Originally Posted by Eric McCarthy
Not to nitpick but 310 hours is freakishly low for a 13 year old tractor. But as much paint is missing on the bucket it looks like it has more hours on it then just 310...
My 2002 B7500 had around 1,100 hours on it last year when it was replaced by the L3200. The loader saw a lot of use in dirt and with crushed stone. One of the first things I did when the B7500 arrived was to move 20 tons of riprap to stop some erosion. Until out main driveway was paved, there was quite a bit of loader work on that. The last 50 or so hours on it were the first half of moving 76 tons of sand and a similar amount of 3/4" clean stone. Here's a picture of the B7500 with the L3200 on delivery day.