My Westendorf

Customer Testimonials

I have a Westendorf quick-attach loader on my 684 International Tractor now, and it has been great! It is probably the most used implement I have. All the Westendorf products I have seen have been top quality, and I would not hesitate to purchase a Westendorf product.

Lewis R. Gooding - Monerey, TN

A Man's Two Best Friends... His Westendorf and His Dog I really like the 340 loader; it's a very powerful loader, and it's made very well.  This loader really looks good on the tractor, like it's been molded to fit; you can see really well because of this.  I especially like the heavy-duty bucket and how easy the loader is to take on and off the tractor.  I've used it for everything around the farm and have not had any problems.  I'm a satisfied customer.

Mike Gfeller - Junction City, KS

My loader is working great.  It is the only loader to buy.  My dealer recommended Westendorf on my first tractor and that's all I've bought ever since.  I've had other brands, but nothing compares to my Westendorf. I use it mainly for dirt, gravel and hay.  I recommend Westendorf to all of my neighbors.

Steve Randell - Porum, OK

I thought I would send you some pictures of the Brush Crusher I bought from you. I clear cut about a 1/2 acre of cedar trees that all were about 35 ft tall. I clear cut them off of a native prairie that I own. The implement worked extremely well and I am very pleased with it. The product was exactly what was promised.

Scott J. Kitt

"Everyone says it's the Cadillac - but it's the Mercedes. It's a good heavy loader with good visibility. Other loaders sit a foot and a half above the hood, and that makes it hard to see. I love the quick On and Off feature because I don't have to lie down in the mud to take the loader off."

H.B. Burch - Ekron, KY

I like everything about my TA-28 loader - It's the best.  I clear a lot of manure, as I have a lot of cattle.  I use it to haul wood and handle brush.  It's got good lift height (over 13') and works great for stacking bales.  I couldn't get along without it!  I really like the quick-tach bucket teeth.  They work really good for scooping manure, an you were the only company I found that had a quick-tack style so the teeth don't need to be bolted on.  When I want them off they're off and when I want them on, they're on in just a few minutes.  That's quite a patent and loader you have.

Chester Speer - Maywood, MO

I received my BC-3000's last Friday, and I can't begin to tell you how useful of a tool they are. I was able to cut a large quantity of fire wood in a short amount of time, and the logs I was lifting was amazing. Overall, I am happy with my purchase, and I found myself looking around to see what else I could lift.

Tom Murgo - Chepachet, Rhode Island

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

I bought my Westendorf sun shade and its been great. I should have bought one years ago. It is amazing how much cooler I am during summertime.

Mark Nussbaum - Cape Girardeau, MO

It's a fantastic loader.  Fits like a glove and has excellent visibility with the loader on.  Three neighbors are already looking at it.  This will give New Holland a run for its money.

Bill - Harrisonville, MO

I was a big hay farmer at one time. I owned both a IH 686 with a 2250 IH loader and another with a John Deere 146 loader. We needed another loader tractor for sharecropping so in looking around,  I bought a new TA-26 Westendorf and put it on an IH 826. In the long run the Westendorf loader is the best, hands down.  I decided to retire and had to sell out.  I sold six tractors and many pieces of equipment.  My old 826 and Westendorf loader is NOT for sale.  I have had it about 10 years and not spent anything on the loader and there are no welds on it.  I am very well satisfied.

Randle Dotson, Dickson, TN

I have used the Brush Crusher to pile trees as high as the loader will go.  I no longer have to cut up trees to get them to the burn pile, I just pick up the whole tree and stack it for burning.  When I first got the attachment, I had trouble understanding how to work the Brush Crusher.  They sent out a man to set it up and show me how to work it.  Name any other company that will do that for one person who bought a small item as a Brush Crusher. The Brush Crusher has saved me dozens of chain saw chains and an aching back. 

Dennis Trometer - Jamaica, IA

 

 

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