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    I read an ad for a 'crawler' with front loader and backhoe from a company out of Wisconsin. (made in the USA) Seems like a useful machine. Not as fast as a tractor but more traction etc. Costs about the same as a kubota of equal hp and attachments.

    Does anyone know anything about these machines re durability and value and usefullness etc.


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    Jul 2003
    La Habra Heights, near Los Angeles, CA
    busted up New Holland TC 24D hydro :(, Replacment NH TC 24D!

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    My neighbor has a Magnatrac crawler to use on his slopes. He looks a little silly on it but it works where tractors donít. His machine has been very reliable and is thinking of getting a new one. As I recall you can get them as kits. Below is the link to their site.



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    I to have been trying to find out info on how good of a product their crawlers are. I am concerned about part suport.

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    Veteran Member Slamfire's Avatar
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    Mar 2002
    Coker Creek, TN
    Mitsubishi D 1800

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    I blew the engine in my '58 Oliver OC-3, danged thing didn't last 50 years. I'm disgusted!

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    Elite Member SPIKER's Avatar
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    Jun 2002
    Ohio, Jeromesville, Ashland County
    Jinma 284

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    I think you might be talking about the NORTRACK stuff, which is all good they are sold all over by the company NORTHERN TOOL, ( ) i think will get you there, those are Golden Dragon crawlers made in china and have a pretty good rep so far, they have been on the market for about two years now I think. several different companies are selling them under different names and parts re redily available. no I'm not a dealer or salemen or get any $ from them or anyone else. anyhow they can be gotten for a good price nearly as cheap as a ragged out used big name dozer.

    some OTHER dealer/distriburos post here regularly in the china forum under the other heading below. for a great list of dealers and distributors ect check out "JOHNS'S web site, here

    hope that helps.

    Mark M [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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