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new holland lw50b

Discussion in 'Compact Wheel Loaders' started by ctkiteboarding, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. ctkiteboarding

    ctkiteboarding Senior Member

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    looking at this loader, it has 1100 hrs asking 25k offered 20k , wondering if anyone has a new holland 50 series and how it is, ,, to small to load a tri axle? how is the power for digging into a fill pile ? any issues? etc thanks in advance
     
  2. ctkiteboarding

    ctkiteboarding Senior Member

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  3. blowerman

    blowerman Well-Known Member

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    The 50 series is somewhat small to hog and load tri axles. THe price is aboiut right and they are nice machines, just small. Have you thought about a 80?