Originally Posted by muddywater
The controls are instane. 4 little levers to control the machine, 2 levers to go forward and backward, and 2 levers for the bucket. It is kind of like the wheeled dingo units. Very uncomfortable to operate.
Plus the idiots put exposed hydraulic cylinders under the machine so the tracks can be narrow or wider. No a good idea to have an exposed cylinder underneath a machine.
Ya, that's why I went with the Vermeer. The pilot controls for the bucket and the tracks are super easy for anyone to use.
I never considered the exposed cylinders on the variable tracks. Now super glad I didn't go with Boxer as I had considered that option.