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Old 12-14-2016, 02:36 PM  
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Not ready yet just looking .

Seems like a good price for a CAT ?

https://buffalo.craigslist.org/hvo/5908259473.html


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Not ready yet just looking .

Seems like a good price for a CAT ?

https://buffalo.craigslist.org/hvo/5908259473.html
In California that would be a high price but I think it is fair. Here we have no rust. It is an older machine but the hours are low for its age.
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In California that would be a high price but I think it is fair. Here we have no rust. It is an older machine but the hours are low for its age.
HMM , seemed like a lower end price around here . But I have months to keep looking and see. Everything here is covered in rust . We salt everything during winter . My trucks days are numbered just for the rust lol . It's odd but my oils have leaked for years , tranny and oil pan gasket . My truck on the under side looks great , lol .
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Yes I watch that site alot . But that's just an opening bid . I don't think I'll bid on anything . I like hard numbers . Bidders know what thier looking for lol.
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Yes I watch that site alot . But that's just an opening bid . I don't think I'll bid on anything . I like hard numbers . Bidders know what thier looking for lol.
It would be nice if they showed previous sales.
Like this.
http://www.constructionequipmentguid...terpillar/426B

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It might be worth shipping from a dry climate?
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Nevermind......
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What about JCB ? Guy says the meter went out this summer , and had 3500hrs .
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For a jcb 3500 hours is getting to be the expensive part of its life.


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