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  1. #1
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    Mar 2013
    '13 Kubota M108S, '68 AC180D, '67 ACD17IVD, Kubota L4330, Ford 8N, Farmall H

    Default ASV/Terex PT100 vs PT80

    Hey guys,

    I got a 75hp Gehl wheeled skid steer and am looking to move toward a tracked machine. I have a 250 acre farm about 1/2 of it is wooded. Looking for good all round performance for everything to snowblowing, to tree planting to forestry mulching and general handy farm use. Some of the work will be on and around finished lawns. (Which I drive a 9,000lb tractor on with R1s)

    Think I'm better off with the Pt100 or 80? The only thing that concerns me around the 100 is its weight and bigger size may cost me some maneuverability. I'm not losing TOO much sleep over the price difference. I'm going low-hour used,mand the 100 I'm looking at is a 100G with the forestry pkg. Seems like I'm always finding ,us elf doing something in tight quarters with the skid steer...

    Let me know what you think!



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    Silver Member catskinner's Avatar
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    May 2010
    SE MI
    AC 170

    Default Re: ASV/Terex PT100 vs PT80

    What did you decide? I'm debating between a pt30 or pt 60 myself.

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    Metro/Brainerd, MN
    JD 5065e MFWD w/553 FEL

    Default Re: ASV/Terex PT100 vs PT80

    Why do the ASV's have such terrible resale value?

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