Which tracked digger?

Masseyrk662

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I was looking for something similar and everything will need work at that kind of budget
There was a lovely one in adare machinery for 6k plus the vat there 2 weeks ago, this man will only use it for cleaning out a few drains and gaps anything will do, and he’s a full time mechanic so I’d imagen a yoke needing work shouldn’t be an issue
 

nashmach

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You must be in the market for one if your looking that closely at them! What sort of one are you after.

I get an urge every now and then! Then I get a Hitachi 120 and the urge is temporarily cured.

Mid 80s or so. Likes of a 50D/H or black cab 3CX. I think the itch is cured for a while though
 
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Arthur

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I get an urge every now and then! Then I get a Hitachi 120 and the urge is temporarily cured.

Mid 80s or so. Likes of a 50D/H or black cab 3CX. I think the itch is cured for a while though
I had that urge for years, eventually got to scratch it and haven't done a fraction of what I thought I'd do, cleaned all drains the first year and put in a few short runs of stoned drain, a few other bits and pieces like a sunken trampoline ffs, when it comes to the bigger jobs its easier get in a 13 tonner or so and work with him on a tractor.
 

nashmach

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I had that urge for years, eventually got to scratch it and haven't done a fraction of what I thought I'd do, cleaned all drains the first year and put in a few short runs of stoned drain, a few other bits and pieces like a sunken trampoline ffs, when it comes to the bigger jobs its easier get in a 13 tonner or so and work with him on a tractor.

That's it exactly and then I think the thing wouldn't clock up 50 hours a year and so the money is best put elsewhere.

Also any man you get in is usually following it every week and knows what they are at when it comes to more detailed work like foundations or drains.
 
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