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I have a chance to buy a 650-7 skid steer . I cant seem to find much info on them its a 2007 with 950 hours heated and ac cab (ac don't work) are parts easy to find and any info at all . respect all opinions thanks .
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Brand is not too popular inmy area, but gaining. Can't say I know anything about them.
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Default Re: hyundai 650-7

parts may be a little scarce what you should know is that Hyundai heavy industrys is like the cat or john Deere of korea they build a ton of different equipment. and I have in the past seen a lot of real old stuff still working on job sites in soul south Korea . I would not shy away from it if the price was right I would how ever look for a dealer for supply and support. case in point I was working on a JCB excavater this summer, What a well built machine but I only had 2 dealers to deal with one in ca and one in Florida.
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Brand is not too popular inmy area, but gaining. Can't say I know anything about them.
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parts may be a little scarce what you should know is that Hyundai heavy industrys is like the cat or john Deere of korea they build a ton of different equipment. and I have in the past seen a lot of real old stuff still working on job sites in soul south Korea . I would not shy away from it if the price was right I would how ever look for a dealer for supply and support. case in point I was working on a JCB excavater this summer, What a well built machine but I only had 2 dealers to deal with one in ca and one in Florida.

this is a low hour machine 950 hrs the ac dosent work he thinks the compressor is stuck and it needs a new throttle cable and fan belt . it comes with a 7ft hydrolic v snow plow and a nice bucket also a set of 4 chains .he had to have the rad recored because of a leak 800.00$. 13,000 cnd dollars .so hows that sound ? thanks. this machine had 3 hrs use in the last 2 years .
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Brand is not too popular inmy area, but gaining. Can't say I know anything about them.
thanks for the come back .

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parts may be a little scarce what you should know is that Hyundai heavy industrys is like the cat or john Deere of korea they build a ton of different equipment. and I have in the past seen a lot of real old stuff still working on job sites in soul south Korea . I would not shy away from it if the price was right I would how ever look for a dealer for supply and support. case in point I was working on a JCB excavater this summer, What a well built machine but I only had 2 dealers to deal with one in ca and one in Florida.

this is a low hour machine 950 hrs the ac dosent work he thinks the compressor is stuck and it needs a new throttle cable and fan belt . it comes with a 7ft hydrolic v snow plow and a nice bucket also a set of 4 chains .he had to have the rad recored because of a leak .so hows that sound ? thanks. this machine had 3 hrs use in the last 2 years .
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