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331g vs t76 vs t770 vs tl10

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by Deathscythe272, Sep 2, 2021.

  1. Deathscythe272

    Deathscythe272 New Member

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    I am taking over the family ranch/farm from my father and looking at making a compact track loader purchase to help with general farm task. Land clearing, pushing/digging, tree removal and hauling for firewood, fencing and a general hoss of a machine for things I can't handle.

    I've lined up demos for the machines above and I think I've narrowed it down to the 4 machines listed. Leaning heavy towards john deere due to relationship with John deere salesmen he always answers texts and calls within a few hours I have to chase down the others it seems.

    However I want the best bang for my dollars has anyone had any experience comparing one of these loaders to the others?
     
  2. skata

    skata Senior Member

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    Get the one that doesn't have any emissions crap on it!
    With that said, I'm a big fan of Takeuchi. They are solid machines, except for the newer ones with emissions...
     
  3. Joe Fick

    Joe Fick Well-Known Member

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    Have a deere 333g for same application your saying n many more. It have served me well n im really happy with it
     
  4. Zewnten

    Zewnten Well-Known Member

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    Don't pay attention to the sales man. Pay attention to the service department. That makes are breaks the purchase down the road. Company got a great deal on a tackuchi skid bramd new but the dealer wont honor it and nickel and dimes us on everything.
     
  5. skata

    skata Senior Member

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    The Takeuchi skidsteer with tires? I never understood why Takeuchi sold those rebranded asv machines. I don't even see them on their website anymore.
     
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    I don't think many who work for Taki understood that decision. It appears that they have ceased that venture.
     
  7. Zewnten

    Zewnten Well-Known Member

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