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Old 02-18-2010, 11:03 AM
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For Sale New Holland LS180

I am selling my New Holland LS180 skid loader: 2 speed, aux. hydrailics, deluxe cab kit w/ door window and heat, 3100 hrs., very well maintained and taken care of. located in SCPA call Andy at 717-465-4976
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Old 02-18-2010, 11:06 AM
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Price and pics of the machine will help sell it
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Old 02-18-2010, 11:23 AM
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Old 02-20-2010, 12:57 PM
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I am selling my New Holland LS180 skid loader: 2 speed, aux. hydrailics, deluxe cab kit w/ door window and heat, 3100 hrs., very well maintained and taken care of. located in SCPA call Andy at 717-465-4976
Hey there,

I'm in Canada looking for the exact same machine at the local New Holland dealer.

Maybe you can help me with something...

The one I'm looking for is a 2001 NewHolland LS180 with 1800 hrs. 15 000$ CAN (these are more expensive here in Canada)

I was wondering how much should I be prepared to invest in the next 500-1000 hours (typical maintenance at this stage)?

Seeing that you are passed 3000 hrs, except regular basic maintenance, did you put a lot of money on this machine?

Would be nice to hear from you soon.

Thanks

Etienne
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Old 02-20-2010, 07:53 PM
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I purchase the same year LS180 3 yrs ago w/ 1100hrs & brand new stickers on tires machine for $13,500... machine was always housed indoors & currently still is.. THis machine can pick/up a skid of anything (<=#3500). The only thing I cannot pick up w/ it is 2'X2'X6' wall block. I got a great deal from a friend, but will say it is dependable. Currently has around 1450 hrs! good luck w/ sale & whoever purchases this machine. It has high lift & can fill triaxle trucks too. It is equiped for hi-flow hydrolics as well!
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Old 02-20-2010, 07:54 PM
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I purchase the same year LS180 3 yrs ago w/ 1100hrs & brand new stickers on tires machine for $13,500... machine was always housed indoors & currently still is.. THis machine can pick/up a skid of anything (<=#3500). The only thing I cannot pick up w/ it is 2'X2'X6' wall block. I got a great deal from a friend, but will say it is dependable. Currently has around 1450 hrs! good luck w/ sale & whoever purchases this machine. It has high lift & can fill triaxle trucks too. It is equiped for hi-flow hydrolics as well!
sorry, mine is open cab... heat would have been great for last few snow storms!
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Old 02-22-2010, 10:16 PM
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i see that you have chains on the front of the skid do they help in the snow thank you i just purchased a brand new 185 a year ago good luck
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Old 02-22-2010, 10:40 PM
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why would u place chains on front wheels.. when clearing black top a lot of the times, the bucket is down & front tires are elevated .... yes???
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A "good" operator should be able to keep all 4 tires on the ground while scraping with the bucket.
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Old 02-22-2010, 11:41 PM
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A "good" operator should be able to keep all 4 tires on the ground while scraping with the bucket.
It all depends on amount of snow, etc, but when its 16", 22" & 28" snows, I beg to differ w/ you!!!
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