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Aside from the other comments, my experience with these has been a good one. I believe the models I've operated were W20's & W30's, its been a long time. NYS thruway authority or whomever else agency wise, had quite a few of these, they were a common site at their auction, and many contractors would buy them, the state did maintain their equipment reasonably well, both loaders I ran were obtained from NYS auctions. I always thought they were a reliable loader, affordable too when surplused, great machine to start out on, when other equipment you need may warrant more money, these were always within reach compared to other more expensive models. We repaired the brakes on one, and ran a lot of hours on it. One mishap was when a hydraulic line blew with a full bucket over the dump body of an old Louisville ford tandem, collapsed the side, took a little work in the shop to fix that one. This loader was in a small gravel pit they owned and it sure loaded thousands of yards over the years.
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