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Old 02-22-2008, 07:35 PM
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check out the asv rc 30 it a small track outfit works grood
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Old 02-24-2008, 05:10 PM
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For A LOT more info on the subject in this thread,

My understanding from this thread is that the ramrod is not really that good.
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Old 02-24-2008, 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Lawnworks View Post
This is a common misconception. Mini-skids are not a cheaper substitute for a full size skid steer. Mini-skids have there own niche. I have both a full size and 425. I use my dingo for 80% of my projects. I guess it depends on the majority of the work you will be doing.

As far as mini-skids go. I think the Dingo, Vermeer, Ditch Witch and Boxer would be the only ones I would consider. Also, I would not consider a model that is not tracked... well unless it is dingo wheeled unit for $3500.

Why not buy used? I have seen a Dingo 425 w/100 hours go for 11k on ebay.
I demoed several units at the expo last year. Vermeer, ditch witch, and boxer units were nice. I didn't get a chance to run a dingo. I know a couple other landscapers around me who use the Bobcat MT55 units and rave about them.
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