and I owe plenty on the s330. I was able to pay off my bc2000 chipper and my haul truck, though. still owe on mini ex and s330. I wonder if spacers on the toolcat would allow me to run bigger tires? that's an interesting thought. I had to replace the tires when I first got the toolcat (it was used) and the replacements are slightly narrower than stock even though they are bobcat brand tires. I'm wondering now, if a little bigger and wider tire would work. Considering how big the trees were that I handled on Sunday and Monday, the toolcat can do a lot. The only difference is the property I was on had very little grass and I could see obstructions. toolcat isn't very well protected under the machine. if you were to run over a stump or other obstruction, it could be disastrous to the engine, fuel tank, etc. I'm going to look into guarding but I don't see how you could get to it for service with skid plates installed. Guys thanks for all the ideas. They help and different perspectives like a wheel loader keep the brain thinking. I think a small wheel loader and grapple would be a good machine for stacking brush but don't see myself getting into another type of machine right now. I'm getting old and it's hard enough to keep up with skids, chipper, toolcat, and attachments!