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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by zim bob the landscaper, Dec 30, 2005.
I forgot to tell you price $10,000 will get you one with 800 hours on it!
What i would be looking for in a skid steer would be weight, power, lifting capacity. The new Deere's are pretty sweet
Look at Cat Skid steers. You can get them reasonably from catused.com. Our Cat 236b with 560 hours was $16,000 and included a set of forks from the cat dealer.
This thread is over 5 years old. I doubt he is still looking for a machine.
He can have mine, $25,000.
Ron, if you were any closer I would be very interested in your machine. Seems like a good deal.
Why are you getting rid of yours, Ron?
i have the asv and a new holland skid steer,selling both and buying asv 100 with mulching head. changing direction
5 or 6 jobs with it a year doesn't justify sitting around at home anymore when I can make more money and keep more in my pocket working for someone else and not having a payment on a machine and all the other expenses for the support equipment i.e trailer, truck, fuel, rental, insurance.
Another reason is I would average 500 hours yearly, now I get 100 per year.
Ditch the b*tch and move one.