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    Artillian

    Have been trolling this site for 1.5 years now. Love my 1023e. Well with the winter in Maine coming and a need for a better 54 inch plow set up I trolled this site. The Artillian option was attractive, but a bit pricey. Well, I decided to go for it and went with an internet provider not Artillian. Trying to save a few bucks, wow. After 14 days and no communication I called and got a run around, and then the parts were on order, not in yet. Ouch, Winter is here now! I cancelled my order and put in an order with Artillian on 12/24/16. Well, within a few hours I get a reply they will not be looking at orders until 12/27/16 due to the Holiday. No problem I have been waiting for 2 weeks for any communication from another source. Well on 12/28/16 I come home and my order will be here tomorrow! Yikes and we have a 2 foot nor,easter coming. What timing and great service, please consider their products.
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    Wish I had 2 feet coming!

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    Oh what you get

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    This is another great option! 54" HLA Snowpusher.

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    Chris at Artillian is great to work with. It may become a little addictive of what you may want to buy next. What did you buy? Was it the adapter to put the plow out on the front of your FEL? I may make that my next purchase so that I can stack snow. I currently have the 54" Deere setup with Artillian's extemsion rubber wings and rubber cutting edge. I bought a used rear PTO blower for this winter to control the heavier snowfalls and will decide if I need the FEL adapter. I do have the 36" forks and find them invaluable.
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    I have learned over the years that the lowest price is not always the best way to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNGreen View Post
    I have learned over the years that the lowest price is not always the best way to go
    Exactly. And, let's keep in perspective, we paid a premium for these green tractors....no reason to cut corners on accessories and implements in my opinion.
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    No doubt that Artillian makes great products and gives great service! You're going to be impressed with the quality when you get it. Everything from the packaging to the instructions - and, of course, the product!!

    Chris has been pretty quiet the last several months. Let's hope that's just because he's super busy in the "Artillian Skunkworks" quietly developing more stuff designed to empty our wallets!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjg1026r View Post
    This is another great option! 54" HLA Snowpusher.

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    What kind of pricing on the 54" pusher? Looked on site, but no pricing listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weathertite View Post
    What kind of pricing on the 54" pusher? Looked on site, but no pricing listed.
    I got mine for $685.00.

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