Boxer 532 Mini Skid Steer

Discussion in 'TreeBay' started by Jamin_Mayer, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    This is a 2007 Boxer 532 model. I bought this mini loader March of 2008 with 100 hours on it. I currently have 310 hours on it. It is in excellent condition. Here is a Video

    The ever so popular question is: Why are you selling it? I'm selling it because I originally purchased it because I have a 2 man crew (including myself). It really made back yard tree removals a breeze. Heck, any tree removal is nice with this unit. [​IMG]

    However, this year I started experimenting with putting a crane on every tree removal. I found that I'd rather do tree removals this way. (So, I can get fat. Right Ed?) I do crane work with a 40t with about 115' W.R. At 100' we can pick 1,500lbs. In a nut shell. I did 57 descent sized tree removals with a crane last year and I anticipate doing more this year. The Boxer didn't get used much [​IMG]

    It will come with forks, a bucket, trailer hitch attachmentt and BMG grapple.

    $16,000 OBO

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  2. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    Here are the specs from the Boxer site:[b/]

    Engine Power: 26 HP Diesel
    Engine Manufacturer: Perkins
    Engine Description: 403C11
    Tip Capacity: 2100 LBS
    Hydraulic pressure: 3000 PSI
    Dump Height: 60 "
    Travel speed: 3.7 MPH
    Ground clearance: 5 "
    Ground pressure: 3.7 PSI
    Overall Length (without bucket): 77 "
    Operating Capacity, 35% of tip load: 735 LBS
    Operating Capacity, 50% of tip load: 1050 LBS
    Hydraulic Auxiliary Flow: 14.5 GPM
    Flow Ground Drive: 0 - 14.5 GPM
    Overall Width (fully extended): 35 - 43.5 "
    Overall Operating Height (Fully Raised): 98 "
    Weight (without bucket): 2513 LBS
    Hinge pin height (fully raised): 76 "
    Track Width: 9 "

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  3. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    Hauling brush is very nice. This is a small load for the Boxer, but impossible for a person. [​IMG]

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  4. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    I've used it to put the chipper into small places where a truck cannot go and I have used it to move aroud a trailer lift.

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  5. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    Here is a photo showing how well it loads my dump trailer...

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  6. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    I often used this to pick whole leaders with the GRCS to then lower the leaders down with the boxer...

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  7. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    Believe it or not, but this leader was 53' in length. And we did this between 2 homes...

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  8. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    You'll never know how you may use one. I used this for the freebee playset for the kids. I didn't have to take it apart and reassemble because the Boxer took care of that. [​IMG]

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  9. jim454

    jim454 Well-Known Member

    how wide is the 532 Jamin?
     
  10. Tom Dunlap

    Tom Dunlap Administrator

    interesting to see your analysis.

    you've taken the axiom,

    Go big, then go home

    to a different level
     
  11. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    Jim. It is 35" when the variable tracks are in. 43" when the tracks are out. I pretty much opperate the Boxer with them in. However, if I'm riding alone the side of a slope I put the track out wider (to prevent rolling over).

    Another feature the Boxer 532 has is the hudraulic valve control. This can make for very fine tuned movements in delicate areas.

    Oh! The operators platform is awesome too. It has suspension. [​IMG]
     
  12. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    [ QUOTE ]
    interesting to see your analysis.

    you've taken the axiom,

    Go big, then go home

    to a different level

    [/ QUOTE ]

    We'll see if my plan continues to work. [​IMG]
     
  13. Lumberjack

    Lumberjack Member

    Certainly not something I would do, as my best profit is in the margins.

    Hope it works out well for you. :)
     
  14. HÖLLENREICH

    HÖLLENREICH New Member

    [ QUOTE ]
    (So, I can get fat. Right Ed?)

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    I can hear your arteries hardin already!!! [​IMG]
     
  15. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    [ QUOTE ]
    [ QUOTE ]
    (So, I can get fat. Right Ed?)

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    I can hear your arteries hardin already!!! [​IMG]

    [/ QUOTE ]

    I knew I'd get ya! [​IMG]

    Na. No arteries clogg'n, just a spare tire forming. [​IMG]
     
  16. pajeepman

    pajeepman New Member

    I bet if you were closer, my boss would be very interested. he has been toying with the idea of getting one of this type of thing.
     
  17. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    For those who didn't see... I updated my first post on this thread with a link to a video of the Boxer in action...

    Here is the Video.
     
  18. Jamin_Mayer

    Jamin_Mayer Active Member

    Bump. Watch the video from my last post. I also brought the price down to $15,500
     

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