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Limited-time special on loader attachments

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BOBCAT Equipment South Africa has launched a limited-time special on select ‘priced to go’ attachments as it makes way for new stock.

With over 100 in the full range, this is an ideal opportunity for first-time buyers, said Klinton Kane, New Equipment Sales & Used Equipment Manager at Goscor Earthmoving Equipment and Bobcat Equipment South Africa.

The attachments can be used for Bobcat skidsteer loaders, mini excavators, telehandlers and B730 backhoe loaders.

“We selected a few attachments that we would like to promote to get them out into the market and introduce some of our existing and new customers to the attachments side of the business.”

Kane said interest in the promotion had been keen and several of the attachments have already been snatched up by eager customers. Still available are a breaker, flail cutter, forestry cutter, TLS crane, dumping hopper, TLS manplatform, flail mower, planer, vibratory roller, skeleton bucket, side-shift broom and farm utility grapple and fork.

“We also offer a warranty on the attachments on promotion and carry all replacement parts necessary for any service requirements. Thus, customers who buy these are essentially getting a full package deal on promotion.”

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