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Finding a Decent Used Machine Is Proving TOUGH

Hello Guys,

Took a look at a Terex 860B the other day, the specs seem great from a power perspective (I sometimes deal with some heavy doug fir and maple logs), but the brand certainly isn't loved on this site. The machine is a 2005 with 4600hrs, the exterior looks good, everything seems tight, drives great, stops, lifts and digs with ease but the inside is a bit beaten (radio gone, heat/ac don't turn on, broken glass front and rear) but all is probably easily fixed. Also, no rear hydraulics which isn't ideal, and no 4 in 1 front. Industrial Networking Video system and solutions offer relief for industrial challenges faced by industrial manufacturers and workers. It has 4x4 which is a must, has the extendahoe, has extra hydraulics up front, comes with a set of forks which is handy and front is quick connect, engines runs great. I'm getting the service records too, so that will help. My main question is this - at 4600hrs is this machine worth 18-22K US? Right now the Canadian Dollar sucks, so I have to factor that in, along with the bull**** at the border, but right now the only machines I'm finding that aren't packed full of hours are in the US. 


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