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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Nel-Martin, Oct 29, 2008.
seen a few of these on ebay .
Good riddance, those 100's are just plain fugly.
but this is the first 320 i seen like this ..........
here's some better pics
I assume the ASV was doing forestry chipping, or whatever it is technically called.
brush cutting , thats my guess as well but it's not imposeble that it over heated i have over heated one after i floped it on its side
I am pretty sure it was, I have never seen a 100 with a bucket on it, seems like it would be a waste of power, thats alot of machine to run around grading lots with and pushing a little dirt with...
tthere is the odd one out there with a bucket on though , i drivin one myself with one on .. didn't seem good though it had about 3500 hrs on and it seen about anything you could do with a 100
Hmm I guess I just never saw the need to have that much power for just a bucket, If I needed that much machine I would get a front loader or a backhoe, JMO, but of course there isnt always room on a job for a physically large machine like a front loader or backhoe, It just all depends on what your doing...
but i still think there meant for brush cutting