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Old 10-28-2010, 09:30 AM
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Price Check - Aisle 3 - 2007 ASV SR80

Hey All.

I have a line on a:
07 SR80, cab, heat, hyd quick attach, 20" tracks, 1100hrs, self leveling, 72" bucket.

I have to inspect it again, but I saw it a while ago, and it looked in decent shape. Tracks are kinda worn down, and lots of chunks off the idler wheels.

It has had it's axles replaced with the beefier ones some time ago. Used by a landscaping company, and regularly serviced at dealer. Being traded in on a new PT80. I will be buying from dealer.

So, what would be a decent price for this, cash out the door?
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Old 10-28-2010, 03:43 PM
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I saw one fairly similarly speced out last week for 30k.
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Old 10-28-2010, 11:25 PM
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I saw one fairly similarly speced out last week for 30k.
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Did that include vasoline?

10-15k max is what I would pay. Good tracks are 4k, bogie wheels are a damn fortune, and asv's resale value is about the same as a turd.
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Old 10-29-2010, 03:48 AM
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i will take 10 of them for 10 k each tomorrow
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Old 10-29-2010, 08:05 AM
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i will take 10 of them for 10 k each tomorrow
me too!........
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Old 10-29-2010, 08:40 AM
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I think it would be worth around 30k ish like someone else said. I haven't come across ASV tracks yet for 2k a piece I thought they were more. As far as the bogies the chunks missing is just cosmetic. They will work fine. Bair has the aluminum ones now to so maybe in the future you could look into those.
I didn't hear you mention AC. Mine is still for sale. LOL Don't let they ASV haters bring you down. 98% of the crap that comes out of their mouth is propaganda they heard from salesman from other brands.
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Old 02-05-2011, 12:05 AM
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Did that include vasoline?
10-15k max is what I would pay. Good tracks are 4k, bogie wheels are a damn fortune, and asv's resale value is about the same as a turd.
You must be a little out of touch on what things cost. 10k, you can't even buy an old ASV rc30 for that.
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You must be a little out of touch on what things cost. 10k, you can't even buy an old ASV rc30 for that.
I guess it all depends on the undercarriage. Have you priced out what it costs to replace an undercarriage?

And yeah my buddy bought an older asv rc30 with a trencher and bucket for $4000 the other day. The rc30s that sell for 10k are newer and have very low hours.

I have another buddy that bought a rc100 with 1300hrs for 13k. Of course it needed new bogies to a tune of 4k.

Point is if you are paying 30k for an asv with 1100hrs in this economy... you have lost your damn marbles.

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Old 10-29-2010, 10:34 PM
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I agree Talus Hate is bred fro Jelousy, most other manufacturers would kill to have the ride and durability of the ASV drive system. It would be a dark day if i ever bought a skid steer with an excavato track system on it. You can address your lift problem at your dealer with a pressure adjustment on your aux system.
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Old 10-30-2010, 12:17 AM
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I had that problem with the filter seal on my PT80. But other than that, its the only thing thats ever gone wrong with it. It has happened 2 times.

I had many fuel system related issues with my RC50, and when my PT60 started do have simular trouble, we knew what to do as soon as the issues came up.

I had my entire wiring system go bad in my PT60, and it kept over heating due to bad alignment of the cooling fan.

I have had some minor belt issues with all my ASV units, but when you check the oil, you tighten them up.

We do break the bucket pin keepers frome time to time. I have learned to stock a few extras as a precaution .


I have never had track problems other than my 80's track tensioner keeps getting loose. So we have to watch it. My RC50 had something like 1200Hrs on it when we traded it, and I never once had to touch the tracks. 60 has almost 400 on it, and same deal with it.

I have never had trouble pushing anything with my 80 unless the tracks get real wet, greasy mud on them, and then they tend to spin out a bit more. But I have never had trouble with the drive sprocket getting plugged up either. But when those are the conditions of that day, we don't work. Same thing if we have to mud bog. A track machine gives to many people a false sense of security. If its to wet to work, then you shouldn't

I guess what I am saying is.

Every machine has a problem, even mine. But, I don't sit here and bicth about it. I fix them and move on. Another thing is that, I have tried other brands of machines. My operators and myself, just can't see whay we should run anything other that ASV machines. For what we do, they are simply the best fit.

J.

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