RUBBER TRACK LOADER for sale-watch the VIDEO--fastest machine on tracks!

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Bob E G, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. Bob E G

    Bob E G LawnSite Member
    from 53717
    Posts: 127

    IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A VERY FAST RUBBER TRACK LOADER, AND ALL THE OPTIONS, CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO !

    Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQLXKWEfZyU


    Excellent Condition. I am the only operator, and I am very particular . I am selling because I needed a smaller machine and can't justify keeping both.

    PLEASE PM ME or POST IF YOU HAVE FURTHER QUESTIONS.

    Thanks,
    Bob
     
  2. TerraFirma Excavating

    TerraFirma Excavating LawnSite Member
    Posts: 163

    Details about the machine would be nice.

    Year?
    Hours?
    What comes with it? Bucket w/ Rezloh edge? Tracks?
    Are those Goodyear tracks?
    Where are you located?
    Most importantly, how much?
     
  3. Bob E G

    Bob E G LawnSite Member
    from 53717
    Posts: 127

    DETAILS BELOW
    2003 Cat 246
    778 Hrs.
    2 Speed 11 MPH !
    Hydraulic Quick Coupler
    Goodyear Rubber Tracks--Almost new--have 150 Hrs in dirt--exceptional traction and long wearing !
    NEW CAT 78" Low Pro Bucket with 3/4" thick Rezloh Cutting Edge--means one bucket does it all--see link http://www.rezloh.com/
    Series B Joystick Upgrade--with proportional hydraulics
    Cab and Heat/Door Included

    I'm in Wisconsin.
     
  4. Splicer

    Splicer LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 992

    Still no price???
     
  5. Bob E G

    Bob E G LawnSite Member
    from 53717
    Posts: 127

    Sorry, forgot to post the price.

    I was thinking I would ask $28,000. I would consider any reasonable offer, though. (No trades, please).

    I figure that if you got a machine with these options, and then added the Goodyear Rubber Track System and The 3/4" Rezloh Cutting Edge, on a NEW Cat bucket, you would put considerably more into it that my asking price or your best offer.

    So I figure it seems a pretty fair price. Really, I hate to sell it. It's the perfect setup for someone who needs a larger machine. It's just too big for my jobs.
     

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