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Old 05-20-2010, 12:58 AM
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I've seen them go 7-9k for the biggest model (PVG-C120 - 3) in perfect running shape. But for that price I think you're wasting your money. If you're going to spend around 10,000 on a used screener you can get alot more for your money. It's hard to get any production out of those screeners because your loading/take away equipment has to do soooo much. I've always been curious about orbit screeners, rented one and was extremely impressed they go for +/-25k at auction. Pretty ultimate for mobility and applications.


I've also seen stuff like this go for around 10k, all depends on your application I guess.

Sorry for the hijack, Krazy.

I agree with you on the production but my line of thinking with a screener at least to start with is to be able to set the little thing on the 550 and haul out the skid and screen 100-200 yards tops at a time. I also don't think I'll be getting a loader anytime soon so am stuck with just a skid. I like the Orbit but haven't seen them go reasonable. I have kind of settled on the Proscreen(the three product model) for now if one would get cheap enough. Missed one this winter for $6,500. Sigh...
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Old 05-20-2010, 01:34 AM
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There are a few companies who make miniature power screeners. I'd love to build my own someday.
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Old 05-20-2010, 05:04 PM
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I know Finaly used to make a 15 ton tracked 2 deck screen. I'm pretty sure they had a 5th wheel version that was a little lighter. I've only every seen 1 and never see any for sale.
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Old 05-21-2010, 04:39 PM
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Ps. Richie bros has about 40 Mustang skids going up for auction soon
those auctions are always so far from me!!
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