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Ok guys have narrowed my search to either Great Bend model 220 or Bush Hog model 1846QT. Bush Hog now owns and makes Great Bend Loaders. It seems to me that on paper the 220 is the better loader but every dealer I speak to keeps pushing the 1846QT won't even mention Great Bend unless you ask. I called Bush Hog and spoke to their CS dept. and he was explaining that they had different specs but could not explain why. To make it easier on the consumer no doubt!.Finally when he saw that I was still leaning towards the 220 when he told me that the 1846QT had a better hydraulic control valve. I will include the spec sheets on both for comparison. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/Nubian/1846QT.JPG[/img]

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