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Customer Testimonials

The main reason I went with the Westendorf TA-25 loader was the bucket.  Kubota's bucket is too shallow and it is not as heavy built as this one.  The main frame and mounting of this loader is super heavy duty adn will last 10 lifetimes.  This baby was built to work!  The installation went very well.  The instructions were good.  I was able to install 95% on my own.  I would and will recommend anyone adding a loader to use WESTENDORF!  WHAT A GREAT LOADER!  I have the skid steer coupler with this and it works great.  Thanks!

Mike - Fayette, Ohio

I have had the BC-3000 for several years now, which I use on my Kubota B3030 HSDC tractor with the LA403 loader. I have over 7000 trees on my property, which are constantly dying and I also purchase firewood. The BC-3000 has been an extremely useful tool in handling trees. It was the best money I ever spent.

Steven Foulks - Gwinn, MI

I bought a John Deere 7320 tractor and a Westendorf TA-28 loader. I wouldn't trade my Westendorf for two of those green ones. A friend of mine has the same tractor with a JD loader on it; he has broken the quick couplers twice, and almost tipped over because of how far the loader sits out in front of the tractor. I also have a WL-21, and my brother has a WL-42 and a TA-28. We both love them!

Bobby Plenge - Luray, MO

I am extremely happy with my Westendorf TA-26 loader. I have always bought Bush Hog in the past, but they don't hold a candle to a Westendorf loader. I like it 100%!

Steve Craig with Taco - Ashland, MO

I love the Freedom Mount loader; it’s a great piece of equipment, and it fits my John Deere 8120 great. I left the loader on for a year before I decided to try to take it off. I was amazed at how quick and easy it came off, and it was just as easy to put back on. It is far and away the easiest loader to mount and dismount that I’ve ever owned.   I was worried about reconnecting the hydraulic couplers under pressure, but the Hydra-Snap units are a great feature--the handles offered enough leverage to easily hook-up the hoses while under pressure.

Mike Recker, Arlington, IA

You guys make a great loader, next thing now is a bale spear.

Dean Avery - Meservey, IA

I wish to thank all who had a hand in installing the TA-160 loader on my tractor.  Everyone was helpful and could not have done more.  I have now used the loader and it works great!  I know it will save me much hard work.  Thank you all.

Charles N. Romm, Sr. - Bennington, KS

My family & I were talking with a gentleman from Westendorf last Friday at your display at the Iowa State Fair, and we were telling him about the old 1940's Westendorf running gear that I had just restored. This running gear was a hay wagon when my Grandfather had it. I am getting ready to replace the wood and fix it back to a hay wagon for parades (and just for fun).
I was around 10 years old when my Grandfather would have me drive the tractor and pull this wagon. I lost my Grandfather back in the 90's. We found this running gear in the field where we previously stored the hay. The running gear was good as new when we found it. I am 41 years old, and I am very lucky to have my parents, as my Dad has been a big part of the restoration of this wagon.
Here are a couple of pictures I thought I would send you.

Todd Whitehead - Des Moines, IA

At the 2005 NFMS in Louisville I bought Snap-Attach™ for my Allis-Chalmers 460 loader, bucket, spear, and manure forks. At the 2006 NFMS in Louisville I bought the FL-48. I recently set up my loader to the Snap-Attach™ system and it works great! I go from moving round bales to moving pallets to scooping manure in seconds!

Brian R. Young - Trimble County, KY

It Was Fun I tried to buy a used WL-42 years ago at a farm sale.  I was always outbid over the price of a new WL-21.  My banker understood, and in no time I got my new 21 loader.  My local dealer said I could pick it up at the factory, and you know, it was fun!  Those guys bent over backwards to get my new loader to me.  That was 15 years ago.  It's about time somebody said something about being built in the GOOD OLD USA again.  Tell them boys doin' the weldin' to keep up the good work... they got it better than NASA when it comes to steel!

Norman L. Willey - Willey Farms - Yale, IA

Easy On & Off I like the versatility my loader offers me by freeing up my tractor for other chores.  I can take it off practically anywhere.  Two minutes is actually stretching it for the time required to mount or dismount a Westendorf; plus you don't have to leave the tractor seat once the hoses are connected.

John Neuman - Baraboo, WI

Two Minutes is Stretching It The easy-on and easy-off feature of my Westendorf keeps my tractor free for other chores.  You can take it off in the dirt--practically anywhere.  Two minutes is stretching it for time.  You don't have to leave the seat to attach the loader once the hoses are connected.

John Neuman - Baraboo, WI

 

 

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