They do such a poor job of responding to parts inquiries I wonder why they bother.I reached out to sales at Terramite to get more info, they said only the building is for sale, not the company and they will still be selling parts. "We plan to be here for a long time supplying OEM parts & service!"
Yes, until they're no longer able to travel under their own power. btw, there is no free-spool option for the hydraulic drive motor AKA 'torque motor' or clutch to disengage it. I suppose a guy could plumb a bypass into the lines ...Do all T5C's make the whining like in the video?
That's good to hear! My next door neighbor has one , I just know when ever it's down it takes him awhile to get it going again! I think last time he had issues with the hydraulic lines , & maybe that's why it took awhile get her going again do to parts available for his Terramite. I'll have to talk with him to see if he knows about what is going on with Terramite , I know he bought her used.I reached out to sales at Terramite to get more info, they said only the building is for sale, not the company and they will still be selling parts. "We plan to be here for a long time supplying OEM parts & service!"
I think that's exactly what's going on. Raising cash by selling the building, with guarantee Terramite will maintain a long term lease with potential buyer. Not a bad deal for any buyer. Make a real estate purchase with immediate income.Loopnet listing says 100% leased, so presumably by Terramite? Maybe they're just freeing up cash locked up in real estate for a better use.