I own one. I'm working it in the mountains and on unlevel ground and I will tell tell you be ready for it to flip.
All depends on what you want it for? It was all I could afford but is fine for my 10 acres.
Learn very fast to lower that bucket when it starts to go sideways.
Don't know how it wouldn't be enough tractor in Florida though.
If serious about bulldozer it will be fine as long as you are not trying to bull over pine trees. Had to call in a guy with small backhoe for that. Not saying you can't get them up but takes FOREVER. Those tap roots run deep.
Oh, when using the bucket or grapple. The hydraulic system will flip it in a second, same for moving with a load around a hill and letting the tire run over a rock. If not on flat ground be ready at all times.
Pix don't show the amount of angle in the pix but it's there.
Personally the tractor is to much just for plots but you never know what you may need it for.
i've been checking craigslist pretty regular for one. the 3901 is just under 20k but i'd rather have a loader and a belly mower so the bx2670 is what i need. around 12k for one of those. i'm still shopping.
So I need a new roof per insurance and yadda yadda.
I’ve had a few bids, but seems like nobody wants to follow up.
Who do you recommend? Mine is like a 2 and A half on 12, I only had one bid day they may have to do modified roofing. But would give me an answer next week. They came out Saturday
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