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Old 06-07-2014, 11:03 PM
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Thanks. I'm looking at 160s and 200s. Leaning towards the smaller. I talked to one of the bigger places in the albany area today. They have quite a bit listed on machinery trader. Prices are average. They apply 100% of the rental payments to the purchase. He was wishy washy on who does repairs during this time. Seems like that might be negotiable. Their prices are average. This would just be an easier way to finance for me. I mean the payments would suck but there's little to no approval process. I would have trouble securing real financing on something this big.
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