Posted 12/6/2018 19:36 (#7153970 - in reply to #7153836) Subject: RE: 8010 VS 8120 decision
Rn Co KS
I have not seen much in recent auctions. On dealer lots the 8120 are higher but not a great lot for similar hours. I was sort of thinking an 8010 with recent cage / cone work might be a better "value" than a similar houred 8120 that is close to needing those components replaced. I am finding it difficult to make a good value comparison between any of these due to high cost of repairs and the rate at which they wear. 200 hours difference can be a lot of money needing to be spent. I'm beginning to sense that those who can't seem to find the paperwork when internal repairs were done will be the machines close to big dollar repairs.