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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Central Kansas
Re: kwik way loaders...how well do they perform?
Originally Posted by ATLANTICCENTRAL
GRAVELY never sold a loader, suggesting they did not consider it the best idea. The 24-G is biggest and heaviest, not counting the 9000's, so it is by far the best GRAVELY for a FEL.
They did, however, list it as an approved "Allied" attachment for the tractor - which is more than can be said for things like the Unicorn log splitters.
I personally don't think loaders are a wise choice in the long run on any Gravely due to the front axle issues, but they do have a "neat" factor. That's just my opinion. I'm not sure if the GMT 900/9000s had a significantly different front axle or not, but they might be better.
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