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which big mtl to buy?

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by aaron762, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. apetad

    apetad Senior Member

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  2. winger_bros

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    Update to the T770 issue - was the swashplate sensors, argued over the extended warranty coverage given the low hours I had put on and the fact the problem had been occurring intermittently over the past year, resulted in trading on a 2016 T770 with a 3yr total warranty through Bobcat - they also split the repair cost. Cannot say they didn't try to meet in the middle, between the splitting repair cost and 3yr warranty it made it even. Now my only worry is the Doosan Tier 4 engine. So far it has run well, low vibration, smooth, decent power. Seems quieter and smoother than the Kubota, but time will tell if it lasts as long.
     
  3. soilmover2

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    we run cat 299d2 models and case tv380's. both have been good machines and reliable. all have high flow due to running diamond brush heads