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Bantam T250

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by 72hayes, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. 72hayes

    72hayes Well-Known Member

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    I have the broshure on the T250 but still have yet to find one. I’ve got one or more of every other lattice boom Bantam
     
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    I need to get down to our Bone Yard.
    There was something like that sitting there.
    Been a long time since I saw it.
    Pretty sure it was a Bantam, but can't remember if it's on a military chassis or crane.
    I know it's a hoe and on rubber. I think the shovel attachment is with it also.
    It's so growed up in there, I need to wait until later in the fall to even find it.
    Tom
     
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    Hey i have a bantom shovel sitting in the bush for sale
     
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    Bump
    still looking!
     
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    Bump, what do you mean by still looking good? As I think I stated before, I went to the Bantam Factory, I drove home a new T-250 we ran that old girl 10 hours a day 6 days a week for 10 to 12 years as I recall. There were three of them in Western South Dakota and I know the names of the guys that own them. Call me if you want to talk Bantam T-250

    I still own a C 350 crawler and it's in my shop and Kadoka South Dakota. It runs like a fine Rolex watch. I have a backhoe attachment on it with a 24in, 30 inch, 36 inch, and 42 in buckets.

    Rich Grable.
    605 390 7777
     
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    Wayne Knutson, in Gila Bend Arizona has most everything you need for a Schield Bantam machine, backhoe attachments, long boom and short boom, crane booms and inserts, I think he's got clam buckets, drag buckets, headache balls, double and triple sheav blocks. Tell Wayne I sent you his name.
    Rich Grable
    richgrable@yahoo.com