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Old 05-05-2013, 12:05 PM
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Because I would have put a VTS on it...
You VTS people make me laugh. Always bragging about the advantages of a dual purpose maxhine, but then you start crying about needing a wider trailer and buckets because of the wider width!!!
COME TO THE CTL SIDE AND JOIN US. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:45 PM
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You VTS people make me laugh. Always bragging about the advantages of a dual purpose maxhine, but then you start crying about needing a wider trailer and buckets because of the wider width!!!
COME TO THE CTL SIDE AND JOIN US. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.
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No, resistance is futile because Terex basically stopped marketing and making the VTS.
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Old 05-05-2013, 02:34 PM
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You VTS people make me laugh. Always bragging about the advantages of a dual purpose maxhine, but then you start crying about needing a wider trailer and buckets because of the wider width!!!
COME TO THE CTL SIDE AND JOIN US. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.
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Never Ron! First I had a CTL and it cannot do what a VTS machine can. I can't afford to buy a CTL and keep a wheeled skid. For the work I get a wider machine just isn't going to work. The big problem is Terex, they don't want to do anything with VTS and the OEM's don't want to deal with it.

Any way I agree that TK should have just put wheels on what they had...
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Old 05-05-2013, 08:44 PM
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Our walleye season opened up this weekend and I fished over south of GB with a buddy I used to sell Bobcat with. He found out that the large Terex skids have an upper and a lower fuel tank but the sender is in the lower tank so you think you have a full tank even if the upper tank is almost empty. I'd like to ask the engineer what he was thinking when he came up with that idea. :hammerhead
Did you catch anything? The best I did on opening day was a 18" bass and a couple small northern. My fishing buddy got skunked he was fishing for the "elusive" walleye....
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:21 PM
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Did you catch anything? The best I did on opening day was a 18" bass and a couple small northern. My fishing buddy got skunked he was fishing for the "elusive" walleye....
We fished the University Bay area and caught enough trolling for a decent fish fry. Nothing special.
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