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Old 12-25-2012, 08:46 AM
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Get your self a Bobcat A300 or A770. All wheel steer machines. You get the full lifting capacity, digging and pushing power of a full size skid, but the ground disturbance of a tractor or maybe less than a tractor. (in regards to turning not PSI) I have a A300 and in my opinion they are one of the best hardscaping tools that almost no one uses.
Thank you, Tom!

That's my whole point - TURNING, not ground psi! Ground PSI goes out the door as soon as the machine makes the first turn! How can people be so nieve about that!

Those of us with gravel parking lots, driveways, or loading areas know all too well what the gravel looks like after unloading tools and equipment after a day's work! Could you imagine if quarries used tracked crawl loaders to load trucks instead of articulated loaders??!?!!!

Although.....all this talk towards Bobcat brand and everyone I know with Bobcat always has them down for dealer repairs, and after a few years they move away from Bobcat and never look back
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Old 12-25-2012, 08:56 AM
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Not to mention their hydraulics $@)((
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