We had one of the Reps from them in our yard a couple days ago. They don't have anything in the bigger sizes like we need in any of their locations the Rep said.grandview;464053 said:Not sure if this what your looking for. There in the Buffalo area.
Thanks. I will try them tomorrow if they are open.grandview;464897 said:Have you tried Monroe tractor?
Can't sub it.somm;465727 said:perhaps making an offer to one of these contractors on a piece of their equipment:
22k a month! I think I would'a bought an almost new loader and sold it in the spring. (or leased it out all summer to a gravel pit or similar)NEWLAWNS;484098 said:Sorry I haven't updated this.
We had to pass on the contract because we couldn't find the equipment. No big deal. We have plenty as it is. Hasn't been much snow with this warm spell here.
But yeah...a little while ago, we had an opportunity for a big year round contract thrown in our face that was hard to resist. Had we been able to get the equipment in such short notice long after all winter lease units were already gone...we of had that baby. Would have yielded 22k per month. **** happens fellas.
Yeah, not sure how big it needed to be but things in the 50k range for more compact loaders or 100k even for larger loaders, unless your talking about the 200-300hp diesel cat loaders that come in on an 18 wheeler lolIMAGE;484536 said:22k a month! I think I would'a bought an almost new loader and sold it in the spring. (or leased it out all summer to a gravel pit or similar)