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Tom (Unregistered Guest)
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Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2006 - 02:07 pm:   

I work for a company that own 2 of the gas powered Tritons. They are not a bad machine, but I have had a difficult time getting parts here in California. They also do NOT work well in our marshes as they are to heavy and get stuck. They do work well in the pastures or areas where the water or mudd in minimals. I would suggest that the bottom pans should have a thin plate installed under all chains. If you lose a chain (which does happen) it will cut right through the floor. If you want any specific details feel free to e-mail me.