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If I bought a newer 580M
|steve||I'll possibly be in the market for a newer 580M in the Spring. I would want 4 wd/extendahoe, possibly clam. I have had several 4 stick/foot pedals and am happy with those. What year good or bad would you advise? I have plenty of time to be picky in finding the right one. Appreciate any inputs. Thanks.
|Ted Fenner||It is obvious to me that manufacturers make small improvements in each new model so the newest model that you can afford would be best. However don't get hung up on the year. Rather look to the condition first and always. only then make your choice.
|steve||Sorry, I should have said to begin with that my current machine is a 580SL with 4wd, clam, extendahoe.
I am very happy with it, just thinking ahead.
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