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Old 11-22-2013, 03:09 PM
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That seems way too high on price(now I sound like my Dad...) for the 260. To me, I'd rather have a big and little(say 8 ton & your Kubota) verses two 6 tons. Could you go with a used 8 ton instead of new? Someone correct me but I've always thought the 8 ton size can handle more hours verses the mini's?
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Old 11-22-2013, 07:11 PM
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Curious why you would want to shut the regen off?
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Like he said Fire hazard and also if you working in close quarters around a crew you do not want the regen too cause a hazrd too personal.
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Old 11-22-2013, 07:12 PM
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That seems way too high on price(now I sound like my Dad...) for the 260. To me, I'd rather have a big and little(say 8 ton & your Kubota) verses two 6 tons. Could you go with a used 8 ton instead of new? Someone correct me but I've always thought the 8 ton size can handle more hours verses the mini's?
It is either sell the Kubota and buy a new TB260 or keep the Kubota and get a used 8 ton machine.
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