2003 Bobcat Toolcat 5600 Utility Skidsteer

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by arbor pro, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    2003 Toolcat with 4500 hours. Has been very well maintainted. Starts and runs like new. Open cab (no doors, no heat but could add both pretty easily). Used primarily for property maintenance and light tree/landscaping work. Runs same attachments as other skid loaders. 2000# payload dump box. Paint and body is all original. Has broken fender and a few dings in the dump box but looks ok overall. Seats have been duck taped. rear tires 90%, front 20%.

    Comes with 60" bucket but other attachments available including vibratory plow, snow bucket, forks, grapple and snowblower.

    $14,500. scott 605.228.9350

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  2. rogerclark

    rogerclark LawnSite Member
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    What is your zip code ?? any idea what it cost to do cab and add heat ?? Price seems a little high considering hours and age... consider trade on New Holland LS-180 skid steer cab, heat with 2 speed ??
     
  3. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    sent you a pm. I don't use this machine for snow removal so enclosed cab not important to me. That said, doors wouldn't be hard to build out of 1" square tubing and lexan or vinyl if you can't find aftermarket ones. Heaters are cheap to buy and easy to install.

    Very few Toolcats on the market for under $20k - let alone under $15k. I've always found that hours are not as critical as how a machine's been maintained. I've seen newer skidsteers with 1/3 the hours in a lot worse condition. This one does everything it's supposed to do with no known issues. Fires right up in the cold and runs great.
     
  4. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    Sorry, forgot zipcode - it's 57401, aberdeen, sd.
     
  5. Landrus2

    Landrus2 LawnSite Platinum Member
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    How much will the doors cost :waving:
     
  6. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    no idea. from bobcat dealer - probably a grand apiece. aftermarket or off a salvage machine would be cheaper and building them would be the most economical choice.
     
  7. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    Reduced to $13750.
     
  8. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    No interest? $13350?
     
  9. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
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