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Asv rc 100

Discussion in 'Skid Steers' started by Landworks, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. Landworks

    Landworks Well-Known Member

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    I have located a 2004 ASV 400 skidsteer with 1200 hours, high flowm cab and air. It seems to be a good buy but wondering if anyone has had much experience with these machines. I will usually be using this machine for cleanup, running a harley rake, and occasionally loading a truck. Thoughts?


    Thanks
     
  2. HeyUvaVT

    HeyUvaVT Senior Member

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    I have an RC100 and wouldnt trade it for anything....cept maybe a brand new PT100F or a brand new TL250 or maybe a brand new 299c or maybe a brand new Supertrak but of course they are ALOT more $$$$
     
  3. rinkydink

    rinkydink New Member

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    I have an ASV-RCV (about the same machine as a 100) have been happy so far, but need to find proper OIL <FUEL & HYDRAULIC FILTER NUMBERS,THERE IS NO DEALER NEARBY,SO I A LOOKING FOR AFTERMARKED FILTERS, ANY HELP?
     
  4. 2stickbill

    2stickbill Senior Member

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    A lot of auto parts stores can cross the numbers over to their number.They keep a cross reference book for this.And if you will look real close this machine is the same as a Cat.Might be a little difference not much.
    The company I used to work for had the ASV 100 sweet machine.No problems unless it was operators fault.
     
  5. eager beaver

    eager beaver New Member

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    filters

    Did you ever get the filter numbers you wanted? I just joined this site and I know your question was a while back. Just thought I'd ask. I have the numbers if you need them.