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  1. #11
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    1996 Takeuchi TB035

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    I too just bought a Takeuchi TB035. My wife calls it a piece of junk but I say she just cannot see the vision. It is a work horse, and with a fresh coat of paint it will be great
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  2. #12
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    Kubota B7300

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    How much are you guys spending to get these?

  3. #13
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    1996 Takeuchi TB035

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    I bought mine for $8000.00. Engine runs strong . Hydraulics are strong. Just ordered new bushing for dipper arm and bucket. Pins were good.

  4. #14
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    NEW HOLLAND 1520

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    Hello,
    I bought a TB035, this spring. It has earned it's room and board in the past, but has quite a lot of energy left. I laid about 1400' of under drain across one field, some of it 8' deep through tough yellow clay. It has been a handy tool on the farm.
    Regards,
    Bob

  5. #15
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    I used a Takeuchi 2.5 ton exc on a site when waiting to get our jcb repaired and was incredibly impressed! Lots of power, good reach and very manouverable. Put the (new) jcb to shame!!

  6. #16
    Veteran Member chad22's Avatar
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    Sears Garden Tractor with home built loader

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    I'm hoping to be able to purchase one of those mini excavators someday. They look like a fun toy. I know my home made excavator is a fun toy, but I still would love to have one of those tracked excavators.

    Chad
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    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    I need to sell mine and upgrade soon if anybody's needin one. Have to find a newer one first before I can sell but it'll be about 9500. It's a 331 Bobcat

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    Mahindra 3510

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    Quote Originally Posted by Tractor OCD View Post
    Pics: In her neglected, rusted and abused glory.
    Heck, a little wash and blow dry and she will look like a new speckled pup!! Good deal!!
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  9. #19
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    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    Quote Originally Posted by brianb236 View Post
    I too just bought a Takeuchi TB035. My wife calls it a piece of junk but I say she just cannot see the vision. It is a work horse, and with a fresh coat of paint it will be great
    That's what my wife would say also, funny how people see rust and they cant see past it.

  10. #20
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    Wheel Horse, Cub Cadet,Several Speedex's,Allis Chalmers, John Deere, Tuff-bilt, Power Mite, Bonanza, Power King, Bobcat Toolcat, Takeuchi Trackhoe

    Default Re: Takeuchi TB035 Mini-Excavator

    I have a 1996 TB045 with the Yanmar thee cylinder engine. If the temperature drops below 50 degrees, it will not start. It will start with a shot of starting fluid, but the old timers around here say not to use it since the engine will eventually require it to start. It doesn't have glow plugs, but it does have a grid on the intake manifold that is supposed to preheat the intake air. Any ideas short of an engine rebuild?

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