Mini Skid steers.

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Wayner, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. Wayner

    Wayner LawnSite Member
    Posts: 3

    Can anyone give me info about finn eagle 254. I find very little info about drive line and hydraulic specs.
    I am in calgary Alberta building custom wrought iron entrance gates. I always need post holes dug (min. 4' deep x 12") trenching (min. 4" x 24" deep).
    I used to own a full size skid steer, and now I wish to become a specialty type operator. As this city grows yards are getting smaller. I also have tons of snow removal work when I get a machine.

    I need a machine that will handle these attachments, and what I have found out about the finn it seems pretty impressive.

    Comments from other machine owners are welcome, but at this point not neccessary. I wish to find out all I can about the 254 (good and bad).

    If there are any out there for sale, please let me know.

    Most of the attachments that are available I have no trouble fabricating. In fact some that you haven't even heard of.


    Thanks you all.
     
  2. mak landscape

    mak landscape LawnSite Member
    Posts: 18

    i have a vermeer 600 mini track skid and i would recomend it to any one. if you can demo one before you buy anything. the controlls are what sold me along with the lift hieght. good visibilty and plenty of power. great machine.
     
  3. alldredge_2008

    alldredge_2008 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 60

    Wayner,

    I can give the info in a brochure I have with me,

    4 wheel motors
    25 hp Kohler Command Pro
    11 gallon fuel capacity
    2 quart oil capacity
    13.25 gpm flow rate
    parallel hydralic system operating at 3000 psi
    13.25 gpm @ 3600 rpm
    14.75 hydralic reservoir
    4 cubic bucket standard
    1672 lbs with bucket
    operating capacity with 200 lb operator
    loader width with bucket 40.5''
    71.25 hinge pin height
    51.75 dump height with std. bucket
    www.finncorp.com
    I hope I could be of some help.

    Taylor
     

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