Good idea with the rentals. I didn’t realize I could rent a post hole 3pt. That would be great because it is just a weekend used project overall. Does this machine handle them well?If you have a good rental place in your area who rents SCUT implements, I would start there for the limited use items, like post Hole Diggers, etc. Things like the landscape rake will be handy for the final site work, but then you likely won't need it much afterwards. Rent what you are going to use just a few times if you can.
I have sold a number of Frontier Implements which I used and then no longer needed and they sell very easily in my area. I don't think it took more than a week to sell a single one on WasteBook Marketplace. Just be careful to not pay too much and make sure you know what you have in each implement when you sell them. In most cases, I sold them for anywhere between 80% to 95% of what I paid for them when I bought them in a group.
If you don't have pallet forks, you will definately need those and keep them, so get what you want. Don't waste extra capacity consuming the lifting capacity as the lightest weight forks are likely just fine. other stuff, i would wait until closer to the project as its likely to change.
Good call with a rake - will have a lot of that needed.
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