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Old 01-16-2013, 10:45 PM
BrunoT BrunoT is offline
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Just be aware that these things do have a certain lifespan. 1800 could be nearing it for major hydraulic components, even if you do figure this out. I think if you can, find one with lower hours and pay more. You still get a nice discount vs new. You could be looking at repairs in the next season or two totalling more than that machine is currently worth. I'd save this type of units for those who can fix them themselves and use canibalized or used parts.
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