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|jr||Planning on breaking up and removing drive way concrete also planning on moving 100 yards of fill around property, setting grade and prep for new 30by 50 garage. Any suggestions for tractor with bucket, sizes, resale?
|bontai Joe||Unless you have plans for the tractor after your project (your mentioning resale kinda indicates that you don't), I'd rent a decent sized machine to get the job done.
|TIM BOISVERT||I have to agree with Joe, you can rent a very large skid steer loader and get the job done quickly.
Anything small enough to work 2 acres (mowing, snow blower, light hauling, etc) will be working hard and long to do the big stuff.