Are you sold on the idea of investing in a personal dozer to get some heavy-duty jobs done on your land? You may be convinced, but your wife may not. If she needs a little more incentive, it’s time to start paying attention to those hints she’s been dropping, or to drop a few of your own.
With your MAGNATRAC, you could…
Build a Garden
One of the greatest joys of owning your own land is being able to live off of it. But starting a garden takes a lot of work, especially when it comes to tilling up the ground and bringing in (or leveling) new soil. If your wife has a green thumb, she’ll be thrilled to have a new space to work in.
Add Landscaping to the Yard
Has your wife been wanting to clear out brush, haul off felled trees, or add in new shrubs around the fence line? You can get all of it done in a day, with a STRUCK!
Keep Yourself Occupied
Are you recently retired or do you spend a lot of time at home? A lot of couples joke about the husband being in the house and getting into the way, but if you’re outside working on projects with your dozer, you won’t ever run out of excuses to be out of your wife’s hair.
Put in a New Patio
Extending or building a new patio is a great way to get everyone outdoors or to entertain the neighbors. If your home is a place where people frequently gather, or you’re running out of room indoors, a new patio may be the perfect add-on that everyone will enjoy.
Build a Fence
With STRUCK’s add-on attachments, you can do anything…even dig post holes for that new privacy fence or pasture. Paying someone to put a fence in for you (even a chain link one) can cost thousands of dollars!
Big projects often require contractors, because homeowners don’t have the equipment they need to do it themselves. Take digging a pond, for instance. You would love to use your weekends to start picking away at your new fishing hole (that’s wife approved, of course) but without a dozer to do it, you’re talking about paying someone else to do it for you.
If you have more than one big project planned, investing in a small dozer could make all of them more budget friendly.
Corey Sutton says
Hi guys. I don’t see the 8000 listed anymore. Did you quit making it?
Great question. The bad news is that the MH8000 has been discontinued from our product line. We have just sold our factory demo model as well.
The good news, is that we have other options available. The other options would be: to take a look at the MH4900 model, which came out at the end of 2017. It has newer technology in it and we are doing more with less hp, so basically it out performs the MH8000. It uses the same attachments as the MH8000 and it has many upgrades available, like track upgrades, etc. Or you could take a look at our diesel model that will be coming out this Fall. It will be using the same technology as the MH4900 (tandem piston pumps, etc.) but it will be using a 3 cylinder liquid cooled Kubota diesel, with heavy-duty tracks like the MH8000, nicer seat, LED headlights, but it has no exact release date yet, only this Fall.
To give you an idea of price: the MH4900 starts at around $16k and the diesel will start around the $25K range.
Please let me know if you have any other questions at this time. The MH8000 page has been moved to this area of the site. > https://struckcorp.com/older_products/magnatrac-mh8000/
Corey Sutton says
Thanks for the reply. I must admit the Kubota diesel option is tempting. Now I’m going to have to do more thinking! Oh well, there are worse decisions I’ll have to make. You’ll hear from me in the near future.