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Old 02-01-2007, 06:59 PM
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This is the kind of little 4x4 I grew up with.

She thinks my tractor's sexy!
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That'll shut us up!
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Worked for their company owned store .....they were good to me...

as far as excavators go ...HITACHI with a Isuz engine...Or no laughing a Link-belt is a great excavtor....like the Hitachi it has the Isuzu engine....BUT make no mistake when it comes to resale there is only one name CAT..
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I supply to all the construction and ag companies, and Cat is by far the best to deal with. IMO better engineering and better organized than everyone else.
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Nice car, but when it comes to construction equiptment John Deere is superior.
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New Holland built the skid steers for JD for years , now JD is building their on brand. Bob Cat and New Holland rule the skid steer market but JD does have market share on the bigger equipment. I'm partial because my family owns one of the largest NH dealerships in the country.
Joker we need to talk...Ive been selling New Holland construction for the last seven years (top ten dealer). I am looking to move further south. What dealer does your family own?
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Yanmar is also a great product we carry.
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This is the kind of little 4x4 I grew up with.
I'm more into tracks
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www.PiedmontTractor.com
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