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Takeuchi tl10v2

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by Boston machine, Nov 25, 2021.

  1. Boston machine

    Boston machine New Member

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    Just wondering people’s thoughts on tak tl10v2 , having used tl8r2 was pretty impressed but curious how the heavier machine would be and also would a cat 259d2 or d3 be better thanks
     
  2. CaseFan13

    CaseFan13 Well-Known Member

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    I have 0 first hand experience but a lot of people say the new TL10s are sluggish because they lowered them to 74 HP to get under the DEF requirements.
     
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  3. Boston machine

    Boston machine New Member

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    Thanks mate I ended up going with a low hour 2019 cat 259d2 seeing there isn’t much available here in Australia most brands are 6-10 month wait in machines so managed to get this one from a guy selling up
     
  4. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    Welcome to HEF, Boston Machine !
    Interesting username you have !
     
  5. Boston machine

    Boston machine New Member

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    Thanks mate , it’s actually
    My equipment hire company name
    Here in Aus , Boston machine rental named after my son , Boston
     
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