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Wow this kinda surprised me to see there are no threads in this forum. I operate 2 RTV models at my job and man are they impressive machines. Not necessarily in terms of performance, but they are super stout and durable. My machines are used for light mobile railcar repair in a yard, which by most standards is still very heavy service. They are used 24-7/365 in very difficult weather conditions with temps ranging from -40 to 120 above, in dust, rain, snow, and hail. Wecalso utilize Kubota tractors for utility work around the yard. Good stuff!
 

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Wow this kinda surprised me to see there are no threads in this forum. I operate 2 RTV models at my job and man are they impressive machines. Not necessarily in terms of performance, but they are super stout and durable. My machines are used for light mobile railcar repair in a yard, which by most standards is still very heavy service. They are used 24-7/365 in very difficult weather conditions with temps ranging from -40 to 120 above, in dust, rain, snow, and hail. Wecalso utilize Kubota tractors for utility work around the yard. Good stuff!
That is an awesome testimony...thanks!
 

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I'll try to get some photos up of my work machines, but these things have literally been hit and drug by trains, multiple times in the case of the main (older) unit. They have seen thousands in repairs and are heavily modified but the base machine is still Kubota RTV.
 
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