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Customer Testimonials

23 Years I've had my WL-42 loader for 23 years and haven't had to ever put a weld on it!

Warren Dibble - Westbrook, MN

I have a TA-29 self leveling loader, third valve on a 1995 CIH 5240 with a toothed grab fork, round bale spear, and forklift attachment. The TA-29 didn't look like much compared to the heavy high towered loaders CIH offers. I was skeptical at first, but it has been a great loader that is lightweight, yet very strong and slightly flexible. Visibility is very good and it is easy to grease. It has a lot of force, no sense in carrying around more loader than you need too.

Scott Meyers - Lopez Island, WA

No Tool Required My TA-25 is so easy to get on and off my tractor when compared to other loaders.  I really appreciate this when I need to service the tractor.  I especially like that it has its own support system, and there aren't any pieces to lose or tools required.

Billy Willis - Columbia, KY

They Just Don't Compare I own both a 20 series and 40 series Traction Action Loader by Westendorf.  I've owned others in the past, and they just don't compare.  My Westendorfs are large loaders built with strength and durability.  I can easily push silage into my bunker, and my GF-52 grab fork comes back out of the way so I never have to take it off.  It's an excellent tool to handle bunker silage.

Troy Madland - Lyndon Station, WI

I have bought and mounted my new forks on the tractor. I absolutely LOVE the forks--they are GREAT!!!

Kevin Killen - LaFontaine, IN

I'm 71 years old and have farmed all my life. Over the years I have owned 24 Westendorf gears, 2 front-end loaders, and a grapple fork. I trust Westendorf--they are built real heavy duty.

Joe Stoll - Primghar, IA

Gentlemen, I just attended the Farm Progress Show at Decatur, Illinois. I want to comment on the equipment which you had displayed. I was impressed! I am a retired engineer with 12 patents and now go to such shows to see what is new and where things are going with machinery. Most of the stuff is just bigger and more expensive. Your engineers are to be congratulated for some creative design work. Please give one of them a pat on the back from an old man who did some innovative work in his time, too. Congratulations!

John Chapman

Before I purchased a set of Brush Crushers for my John Deere 740 loader I knew they were going to get a serious workout. Over 75% of my 80+ acres are wooded and some logs are 18 feet long!  After some practice I can finesse those claws pretty good and do some delicate work like moving around attachments for my Super C in and out of storage.  Most of the work is moving logs and stumps and an occasional actual brush pile.  I also used it to clean up some scrap iron around the farm. Those Brush Crushers are the Cat's Meow.

Greg Lessord - Spencerport, NY

I absolutely LOVE my TA loader. I'm truly pleased with the performance, more than I actually expected. My neighbor and I have 24 acres that we're putting fence around, and if it wasn't for that loader, we'd never get it done. It hauls our barb wire, fence posts, bags of cement and all the tools. Plus, we use it for stretching and tightening the fences. It is invaluable! It is doing bigger jobs than I ever thought possible. The first day I used my loader - I transported full length telephone poles, several large trees and additional miscellaneous items around the farm. The canopy I purchased with the loader has really been a blessing, it keeps me out of the weather while I'm brush-hogging the pastures and mowing the yard.

Gordon Arteno - Fayetteville, TN

I have never had a loader that I have used so much and that has served my every need, like my Westendorf TA-25; and, as a rancher out here I have many.
You make a far superior product, and I boast to all my ranch friends that they should be so lucky. I hope I can help spread the word and get your Westendorf products on more farms and ranches out here.
Thank you so very much.

Kenneth Cure - Kersey, CO

I really wish to compliment you people on the fine loaders you build. I have a Westendorf loader as do many of my neighbors, and they all like them very much. Built in the good ole USA!

Galen Benton - Worthington, MN

I have a 60" version of the Rear-Ender Auto-Dump on my YM2000 for a few years.  It works great for the investment.  I have spread and leveled gravel, dug drainage reliefs on field edges, and it really works great for moving snow.  Add a hydraulic stop link (high lifter kit) and it becomes a heck of a machine.

Steve - Wenona, IL

 

 

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