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m.t.hands 10-16-2019 03:41 PM

well, it's mine now
 
after several "dry runs" and a lot of looking finally added this to the stable

L 3400 HST, R4's, FEL, and a Bush hog brand cutter

should be a good fit between my BX and the 5030;)

will be looking at a QA bucket upgrade, (currently pin on), hopefully a grapple, and a chipper/shredder soon

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sdk1968 10-17-2019 03:13 AM

Re: well, it's mine now
 
congrats on adding a nice midsize machine!

hope you got a good deal on it!

GreensvilleJay 10-17-2019 04:59 AM

Re: well, it's mine now
 
nice...
QA is the only way to go ! Should be 'standard equipment' !

m.t.hands 10-17-2019 06:24 AM

Re: well, it's mine now
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sdk1968 (Post 358115)
congrats on adding a nice midsize machine!

hope you got a good deal on it!

I think I got a "Fair deal" the price was pretty good but it is going to have to have rear tires SOON:eek: but I kind of figured them in with the deal;)

Quote:

Originally Posted by GreensvilleJay (Post 358120)
nice...
QA is the only way to go ! Should be 'standard equipment' !

I cannot imagine buying new and not insisting on QA, but local dealer had a bunch w/o, 2501's and even about 1/2 of their 3301's

SidecarFlip 10-17-2019 09:19 AM

Re: well, it's mine now
 
Looks to be a nice, straight unit. Do keep in mind that the bucket is a material bucket (lighter weight) and not the HD excavation bucket. Easy to tell the difference. The HD buckets have a rounded top section, the material buckets don't.

m.t.hands 10-17-2019 11:33 AM

Re: well, it's mine now
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SidecarFlip (Post 358148)
Looks to be a nice, straight unit. Do keep in mind that the bucket is a material bucket (lighter weight) and not the HD excavation bucket. Easy to tell the difference. The HD buckets have a rounded top section, the material buckets don't.

yes it is the lightweight bucket, failed to mention I will be doing a different bucket too, and it was represented well in pictures, not beat up just normal wear/tear, looked at several that pictures were definitely the day the prior owner took possession, looked at a lot of beat up equipment:eek:, I was just happy to find one that everything was there and it appears it has been kept up pretty good


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