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Guinea Pig

Discussion in 'Compact Excavators' started by ianjoub, Jun 6, 2022.

  1. ianjoub

    ianjoub Senior Member

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    Way better than a wheel barrow!!
     
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    Ditchwitch makes that same type of loader. They are a pain in the ass to work on. I was happy when that landscape company got rid of those things lol
     
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    Tends to happen when they try to stuff 10 lbs of goodness into a 5 lb bag.
     
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    Well I guess all the hydraulic oil spots on the assembly "frame" are a good sign..?o_O
     
  6. ianjoub

    ianjoub Senior Member

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    I'd rather see them there than on the machine :D

    It may be like a Harley: if it isn't leaking oil it doesn't have any oil in it!