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Discussion in 'Compact Wheel Loaders' started by jc8, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. jc8

    jc8 Active Member

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    Doesn't seem to be a very popular machine (same as Case 321e)..then again none of the compact wheel loaders seem to be!

    Any other owners out there?

    Any feed back would be appreciated before purchase!

    Intended use will be primarily snow plowing.

    JC
     
  2. stuvecorp

    stuvecorp Senior Member

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    I would love to have one but just doesn't make sense moneywise for me. I like the specs on the 321E(or even the 221) as long as it has the high speed option.
     
  3. jc8

    jc8 Active Member

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    It does have high-speed and price isn't too bad, well it's not great but when is it ever?
     
  4. stuvecorp

    stuvecorp Senior Member

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    I really liked the 'feel' of the Case(or sister NH versions) small loaders and think they are great for snow work if you have the work for them.
     
  5. jc8

    jc8 Active Member

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    I need a machine for plowing as I'm moving my shop into an area that will see more snow and a significant amount of drifting as it's very open!