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  1. jacob land and

    jacob land and LawnSite Member
    Messages: 142

    anyone out there have a t140, i went to my dealer and got one quoted...its a brand new one w/cab enclosure and heat, attactment control and a 62" low pro bucket, standard controls and power bobtach. it was $34,501 out the door. i have never ran one was wondering how they performed...?
  2. all ferris

    all ferris LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,309

    I have never used one
  3. Green Acres

    Green Acres LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 316

    I have a 2001 t-190 i bought about 6 months ago. I have had a couple of problems on the bearings on the tracks but that is common on those. Other than that I like it. I think I would look for a good used on though. Mine had 1000 hrs on it and it doesn't have a cab or anything on it and I paid around 12,500. Hope this helps
  4. Henry

    Henry LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 549

    Geen acres, will that 190 carry a pallet of pavers? I'm looking at a used one but am not sure if it's big enough for us.
  5. Green Acres

    Green Acres LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 316

    I don't know what a pallet of paver weigh. It will pick up a pallet of sod though with no problem. I also mover a safe for a guy out of a building, the safe was about 6 feet tall and about 3 feet wide. Hope that helps.
  6. YardPro

    YardPro LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,570

    the local rental yard is demoing one now. I'll be using it some in the next few weeks.

    The roc will be a little over 3K lbs.
  7. Henry

    Henry LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 549

    Most pallets of paver weigh around 3k pounds.
  8. freddy123252

    freddy123252 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 10

    80sq. ft of pavers are 2200lbs

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