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As the title says I am looking for some good options for 10 skidsteers after snow season.
It made more sense to lease them for 3 years. I do have the trailer to transport as well as a dump truck. I currently run a painting business in the summer and my partner owns a remodeling business. Just looking for a few good options for the machinery. Thanks for your help!
 

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Skids would be different. I leased 1 of my wheel loaders to my mulch supplier for the summer last summer. He pays hourly, with a minimum number of hours per month. It’s worked out well so far, and we plan to do the same thing with the second loader I bought for this winter.
 

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I'd leave my skid steers sit and just drive them around the lot once a month before I rented them willy nilly out to Larry Curley and Moe. I have 6 skids and we only need about 2 in the summer. Make them pay for themselves in the winter when you need them and let them sit.
Ha... that is my strategy... only the opposite.

My machines are concrete anchors all winter.
 
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