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Miss. River Span Job Sees Finish Line Ahead Brenda Ruggiero

Missouri and Illinois Departments of Transportation photo

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Northern Green Expo Attracts Thousands...10

AED Hol ds Annual Summit, CONDEX Show…16

A huge project involving the Mississippi River Bridge is headed toward completion next year. While the project owners are the Missouri and Illinois Departments of Transportation, the lead is the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), under project director Gregory Horn. The project is actually made up of nearly 40 smaller projects. “This helps us to manage the overall cost of construction and allows us to schedule construction around the main span [the bridge],” said Andrew Gates, customer relations representative of the MoDOT St. Louis District. The full dollar amount of the overall construction project is reportedly about $700 million. The cost of the main span is $239 million. Construction began in Feb. 2010, and the bridge and associated construction is scheduled to be open to traffic by early 2014.

With a main span of 1,500 ft. (457 m), the bridge will be the third largest cable stayed bridge in the United States.

see MODOT page 52

Outlook for Construction Improves for 2013 Broc e. Wald on Join For ces.. .28

Table of Contents ................4 Recycling Section ........29-43 Attachment Section ....47-49 Business Calendar ............62 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................63-73 Parts Section ....................75 Auction Section ..........79-85 Advertisers Index ..............86

Significantly more construction firms are industry should be larger, healthier, more tech- He said that 31 percent of firms plan to add staff planning to add new staff than plan to cut staff nologically savvy and more profitable by the this year, while only 9 percent plan to make laywhile demand for many types of private sector end of 2013 than it is today.” offs this year. The scope of those staff additions construction projects should increase this year Sandherr noted that significantly more firms are likely to be modest, however, with 79 peraccording to survey results released Jan. 15 by are planning to add staff this year compared to cent of firms reporting they plan to hire 15 or the Associated General Contractors of America the number of firms expecting to make layoffs. see OUTLOOK page 84 and Computer Guidance Corporation. The survey, conducted as part of Tentative Signs of a Recovery: The 2013 Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook, provides a generally optimistic outlook for the year even as firms worry about rising costs and declining public sector demand for The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association ment this year will consider numerous end-user beneconstruction. (ELFA), which represents the $725 billion equipment fits while weighing continued uncertainty related to “While the outlook for the confinance sector, revealed its Top 10 Equipment economic conditions and fiscal policies. struction industry appears to be Acquisition Trends for 2013 on Jan. 14. Given that ELFA President and CEO William G. Sutton said, heading in the right direction for every year U.S. businesses, nonprofits and govern- “Equipment acquisition plays a critical role in driving 2013, many firms are still grappling ment agencies spend in excess of $1.2 trillion in cap- the supply chains across all U.S. manufacturing and with significant economic headital goods or fixed business investment (including service sectors. We have distilled recent research data, winds,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, software), financing more than half of those assets, including the Equipment Leasing & Finance the association’s chief executive these trends impact a significant portion of the U.S. Foundation’s 2013 Equipment Leasing & Finance officer. “With luck and a lot of economy. Businesses considering acquiring equipsee ELFA page 84 work, the hard-hit construction

Equipment Leasing, Finance Group Reveals 2013’s Trends in Acquisition

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Cat CB14, 2009, X0285, Water Spray ................................$24,000

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Cat CP56, 2008, N5791, OROPS, Padfoot ......................$143,000

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Cat CS54, 2009, N6078, Smooth Drum ............................$95,000

Cat 289C, 2009, W2115, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC ................$57,000

Cat CS54, 2009, N6085 NA, Smooth Drum ......................$95,000

Cat 289C 2AIRH, 2009, X0003, EROPS, A/C, QC ..............$49,000

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Cat TL1055, 2008, N6124, EROPS, A/C ............................$80,000

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CAT D4HIIIXL, 1996, UE1788, OROPS ..............................$23,500 Cat D5K LGP, 2008, N5803, Cab, 3rd Valve ....................$100,000

Cat CS56, 2009, N6086, Cab, Smooth Drum ..................$115,000

ID# UE1740 $149,000

Cat D6K LGP, 2009, N6127, Cab, 4th Valve ....................$178,000

Cat 953D, 2008, N5790, EROPS, 2.25 CYD GP Bkt ........$179,000

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Cat 430 EX4, 2006, UE1737, Cab, Heater, A/C ..........................$56,000

Cat 308DCR HMR, 2009, W2107 NA, EROPS, QC ..................$86,000

Cat 906H, 2009, W1951 NA, Cab, A/C, Heat......................$69,000

Cat 318C, 2005, UE1791, A/C, QC ....................................$88,000

CAT 907H, 2010, X0022, Cab ............................................$92,000

Cat 320DL, 2008, UE1565, Cab, A/C, Boom 18’7”, Stick 9’6” $169,000

Cat 924H, 2007, N5786, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CYD Bkt$105,000

Cat 325CL, 2004, UE1713, Cab, Stick 10’6”, QC ......................$97,500 Cat 930H, 2009, N6195, Cab, QC, Ride Ctrl ....................$157,000 Cat 328DLCR, 2008, UE1518, Cab, QC............................$290,000 Cat 303CCR, 2008, W1865, Cab, A/C ................................$32,000

ID# UE1788 $23,500

Cat 924H, 2008, N5868, Cab ..........................................$109,000 Cat 924HZ, 2008, N5875, Cab, A/C, Heat ........................$112,000

Cat 303.5CCR, 2007, UE1793, Aux Hyd ..............................$23,600

CAT 938H, 2009, UE1723, EROPS, A/C, QC............................$179,000

Cat 336DL, 2010, X0221, Cab ........................................$285,000

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RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

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MORE THAN 6,000 ATTEND NORTHERN GREEN EXPO IN MINN. Show attendees included educators, government agencies, suppliers, arborists, landscape contractors, landscape architects, nursery greenhouses and others from the green industry.

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The annual Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) Summit and CONDEX show was held Jan. 14 to 17 in Las Vegas.

ASA-MIDWEST COUNCIL DONATES 400 LBS. OF FOOD TO LOCAL CHARITY

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SmartEquip founder and executive vice chairman, Alexander Schuessler will serve as president of the company’s newly formed international group.

BROCE MANUFACTURING JOINS FORCES WITH WALDON EQUIPMENT

NORTRAX NAMES TIM MURPHY CEO, PRESIDENT; ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS

Dale Gessell was appointed regional vice president of Nortrax’s midwest region. Chip Cramer was appointed general manager of the Minnesota branches in Bemidji, Grand Rapids and Duluth. Timothy J. Murphy was appointed global director, Sugar Product Line.

ALTORFER INC. SAYS FAREWELL TO DICK RUPP, WELCOMES TOM WILL

Altorfer Inc. welcomes Tom Will as store manager of the Hannibal, Mo., construction location, effective Jan. 1, 2013. Will replaces Dick Rupp following his retirement on Dec. 31, 2012.

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In 1963, Broce introduced the first-ever mid-mount self-propelled sweeper and continues to be the leader in that market.

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Komatsu PC88MR-8, ’08, 827 hrs ..........$89,500

Komatsu GD655-3EO, ’09, 1287 hrs......$189,500

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Blaw Knox PF115, ’89 ..........................................................$11,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ..............................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’06, 2,750 hrs ............................................$43,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’10, 2,140 hrs ............................................$54,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’00, 2081 hrs ............................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’00, 1,991 hrs ............................................$29,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘03, 3683 hrs..............................................$19,500

Baker Kurtz 4671 Impactor, ’07 ..........................................$325,000 Hazmag APS1313-K Impactor ..............................................$65,000

Deere 320D, ’10, 287 hrs......................................................$32,500 Mustang MTL16, ’05, 2,349 hrs ............................................$18,500

MILLING Cat RM350B, ’02, 6617 hrs ................................................$117,500 Wirtgen W2000, ’03, 2,996 hrs ..............................................$CALL Wirtgen W2000, ’96, 9,346 hrs ..............................................$CALL Wirtgen WR2000, ’11, 334 hrs ................................................$CALL Wirtgen W2100, ’04, 8,373 hrs ..............................................$CALL

BACKHOE LOADER Komatsu WB140-2N, ’04, 2,805 hrs......................................$27,500

OFF ROAD TRUCKS Komatsu CD60R-1A, ’05, 1,136 hrs ....................................$109,000 Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,763 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,599 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,268 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD785-5, ’01, 22,508 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD785-5, ’01, 25,415 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HM400-2, ’07, 7,880 hrs ......................................$199,500 Moxy MT31, ’02, 3479 hrs ..................................................$82,000

AIR CURTIN DESTRUCTORS Concept Products CP2000, ’05..............................................$13,500

ROCK DRILLS Atlas Copco ROC F9-11, ’10....................................................$CALL

Valmet 840.3/8, ’08, 10,006 hrs............$190,000

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DOZERS Cat 963C, ’01, 4800 hrs ........................................................$74,500 Cat D4D, ’72 ............................................................................$7,000 Cat D5G LGP, ’05, 3,150 hrs..................................................$52,500 Cat D5H LGP, ’93, 9961 hrs ..................................................$54,500 Cat D8N, ’87 ..........................................................................$78,000 Dresser TD8E, ’81 ................................................................$13,000 Komatsu D31PX-21A, ’05, 882 hrs ......................................$52,500 Komatsu D37P-5, ’98, 2,624 hrs ..........................................$21,500 Komatsu D51PX-22, ’08, 2,436 hrs ....................................$129,500 Komatsu D65EX-15EO, ’08, 1,365 hrs ................................$199,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3,199 hrs ................................$146,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’08, 5,372 hrs ................................$127,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ‘96, 4,969 hrs ......................................$49,500 Komatsu D155AX-5, ’03, 6,809 hrs ....................................$224,500

EXCAVATORS Case CX240B, ’07, 4,810 hrs ..............................................$114,500 Cat 324DL, ’06, 4,605 hrs ..................................................$123,500 Kobelco SK480LC, ’05, 11,858 hrs ......................................$54,500 Komatsu PC78UU-6, ’04, 4,085 hrs ......................................$44,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ’08, 827 hrs ........................................$89,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ‘09, 1,195 hrs......................................$92,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,363 hrs ..............................$104,500 Komatsu PC200LC-8, ’06, 4,617 hrs ..................................$132,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 4,020 hrs ..................................$149,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 5,789 hrs ..................................$117,500 Komatsu PC300LC-6, ‘97, 13,350 hrs ..................................$32,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’02, 4,887 hrs ..................................$134,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’03, 8,516 hrs................................$69,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’03, 8,760 hrs................................$72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’02, 10,834 hrs..............................$72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 9,350 hrs ....................................$99,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 10,300 hrs ..................................$99,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 12,499 hrs ..................................$84,500 Komatsu PC400LC-8, ’07, 2,811 hrs ..................................$239,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’04, 8,449 hrs ..................................$177,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’05, 10,328 hrs ................................$214,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’06, 9,977 hrs ..................................$185,000 Komatsu PC750LC-7, ‘05, 4,517 hrs ......................................$CALL

SHREDDERS, TROMMELS Doppstadt SM617, ’09, 290 hrs ..........................................$139,000 Doppstadt SM720, ’09, 235 hrs ..........................................$185,000 Doppstadt SM726, ’09, 257 hrs ..........................................$225,000

WHEEL LOADERS Cat 920, ’73, 7216 hrs ............................................................$7,000 Cat 980C, ’86, 7216 hrs ........................................................$59,000 Komatsu WA200-5, ’05, 617 hrs ..........................................$97,500 Komatsu WA250-1, ’95, 17,158 hrs ......................................$29,500 Komatsu WA320-6, ’08, 3961 hrs ......................................$126,500 Komatsu WA400-5L, ’04, 7,169 hrs ......................................$94,500 Komatsu WA450-6, ’07, 7,355 hrs ......................................$196,500

FORESTRY Franklin 3000/Stroke Head, ’92 ..............................................$8,500 Timbco 415D/Risley, ’00, 8,629 hrs....................................$120,000 Valmet 415EX/Rolly II, ’05, 10,092 hrs ..............................$145,000 Valmet 840.3/8, ’06, 9,592 hrs ..........................................$180,000 Valmet 840.3/8, ’08, 10,006 hrs ........................................$190,000 Valmet 911C/965 Head, ’97 ..................................................$35,000 Valmet 911C w/965 Head, ’99 ..............................................$65,000

GRADERS Austin Western Super 500 ......................................................$7,500 Komatsu GD655-3EO, ’09, 1,287 hrs ..................................$189,500

Valmet 911C w/965 Head, ’99 ................$65,000

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2001 Cat 345BL II..................................$69,500

1998 Cat 140H ....................................$125,000

2004 Cat 740 ........................................$139,500

1986 Cat D8L ........................................$77,500

S/N AGS00921, 13,744 hours, EROPS, coupler, GP-bucket, cylinders good, u/c good

S/N 2ZK03040, 7242 hours, EROPS, heat, A/C, tires fair, trans rebuilt

S/N AXM01570, 7720 Hrs, No Tailgate, Tires Good

S/N 53Y04266, 15,980 Hrs, EROPS, Drawbar, SU Blade, U/C 50% Eng & Trans Rebuilt at 11,000 Hrs

1998 Cat IT28G......................................$41,000

1979 Cat 631D ......................................$29,700

2006 Cat 966H ....................................$210,000

2011 Cat 262C........................................$33,000

S/N 8CR01529, 16,143 hours, EROPS, std differentials, bucket, tires 50%

S/N 24W02603, 9284 hours, OROPS, tires fair

S/N A6G00225, 7435 hours, EROPS, A/C, GP-bkt, tires good, engine rebuilt at 7422 hours

S/N MST03900, 2194 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, Hyd Quick Coupler, 2-Speed, Bkt, Tires Fair

2000 Aljon 81K ......................................$35,000

2005 Cat 216B ......................................$16,500

1988 Cat 627E........................................$61,500

2005 Case 450 ......................................$22,500

S/N 13728, 13,500 Hrs, EROPS, Trash Blade, Terra Wheels Good, Pumps Have Been Rebilt

S/N RLL02914, 1703 Hrs, OROPS, Manual Quick Coupler, Bkt, Goodyear Rubber Track System

S/N 6GB00655, 22,447 hours, EROPS, push pull, retarder, p t guard, tires good

S/N N5M417832, 3842 Hrs, EROPS, Heat, Hyd, Coupler, Bkt, 2-Speed, New Eng & Pump Drive at 2500 Hrs

2004 Cat 740 ........................................$135,000

2007 Cat D5GLGP ................................$69,500

2011 Kleemann MC110Z....................$550,000

2010 John Deere 320D ........................$21,500

S/N AXM01186, 8360 Hrs, Trans Rebuilt at 7949 Hrs

S/N RKG03458, 3678 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, PAT Blade, Joystick Steer, Drawbar, U/C Good

S/N K0040240, 380 Hrs, Track Mounted, 300 TPH, 44”x28” Inlet

S/N 181788, 1458 Hrs, OROPS, Manual Coupler, Hand & Foot Controls, Bkt, Tires Good

Please Contact Bob Williams or Jeff Speer

800/353-1944

414/461-9100

Outside WI & Upper Michigan

Within WI & Upper Michigan

11200 W Silver Spring Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53225

www.FABCO.com Hundreds of machines. Listings updated daily.

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NEW M SERIES IN STOCK! Authorized Bobcat® Dealer

Toolcats in Stock, Call for Pricing

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Largest Selection in the Midwest! Bobcat Excavators in Stock, Call for Pricing Bobcat Tractors in Stock Now! Call for Pricing.

USED EQUIPMENT ®

Authorized Bobcat Dealer Bobcat 440 ................Starting at $4,500 Bobcat 463’s ..............Starting at $8,000 Bobcat 542B ..............Starting at $6,900 Bobcat 642 ..............................$7,500 Bobcat 642B ............................$8,500 Bobcat 743 ................Starting at $8,000 Bobcat 751 ......Several Starting at $9,900 Bobcat 753 ..............Starting at $10,000 Bobcat 763F, Series, Open Cab ....$11,500

Bobcat 773G, With Heat ............$15,900 Bobcat 843, Heated Cab ............$10,000 Bobcat 853’s ............Starting at $11,000 Bobcat 863, With Heat ..............$12,900 Bobcat 863G ............................14,900 Bobcat 873 ............................$17,900 Bobcat S130, 2006, Heated Cab ......CALL Bobcat S185s, With Heat and Air, 500 Hours to 5000 Hours....Starting at $14,900 Bobcat S250..............Starting at $17,500

Compact Track Machines Bobcat T190’s............Starting at $17,500 Bobcat T200..............Starting at $17,500 Bobcat T250, Gold ......Starting at $24,500 Bobcat T300..............Starting at $25,000

Other Brands Gehl 4615 Skidloader, Open Canopy $8,500 Mustang 2105 ............................CALL New Holland L175........................CALL John Deere 250/260 Models Available...... ..............................................CALL

Excavators Bobcat 331’s, Several w/Heat & Open Canopys ..................Starting at $15,900 Bobcat 334 ................................CALL Bobcat 337D, A/C, HT ................$35,900 Bobcat 341 ..............Starting at $29,990 Bobcat 442 ....Several Starting at $45,000

Large Used Trailer Selection Starting at $1,500 U.S. Hwy 12 W • Dassel, MN 55325 320/275-2737 • Toll Free 888/679-4857 New Location: Farm-Rite Wilmar 1515 West Litchfield Ave. • Wilmar, MN 56201 320/235-3672

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ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. Route 18 - Atlasburg (Pittsburgh), PA 15004

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees WHEEL LOADERS

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . . . .$79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,500 COMPACTORS

IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 LANDSCAPING

Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 CRAWLER LOADERS

Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000

OFF ROAD HAULERS Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . .$147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . .$87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 CRAWLER TRACTORS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 TRUCKS & TRAILERS

(2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL AIR COMPRESSORS

IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL SPECIALS

(12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towtype, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200

(2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, BACKHOES winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade . .$85,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, CRANES Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 MISCELLANEOUS Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. MOTOR SCRAPERS

ATTACHMENTS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, BUCKETS ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Buckets in Stock Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice -Call For Your Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick couOthers Available Call pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, All Equipment is Owned & Operated By operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.

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An overhead view of the Northern Green Expo floor.

More Than 6,000 Attend Northern Green Expo in Minn.

M

(L-R): John Braunshausen, Dan Scharber and Eric Brunelle, Scharber & Sons, Rogers Minn., showcased many pieces of equipment, like this John Deere 6125R.

Nuss Truck & Equipment Regional Sales Manager Peter Stroh (L) answers questions about his company’s equipment lineup for Andrew Berthiaume, landscape foreman of JT Construction, Elk River, Minn.

ore than 6,000 attended the Northern Green Expo Jan. 9 to 11 in Minneapolis, Minn. The show featured hundreds of exhibitors and offered many seminars. Key speakers included Don Shelby; Adrian Bloom, Bloom’s Nurseries Ltd.; John Kennedy, John Kennedy Consulting; Charles Vander Kooi, Vander Kooi and Associates Inc., and many others. Show attendees included educators, government agencies, suppliers, arborists, landscape contractors, landscape architects, nursery greenhouses and others from the green industry. For more information, visit www.northerngreenexpo.org/. see EXPO page 46

(L-R): Tim Rients, territory manager of Road Machinery & Supplies, Savage, Minn., shows Schifsky Landscaping Inc. owners Troy and Sheila Schifsky of Stillwater, Minn., the latest features of this Takeuchi TL10 track machine.

Charles Mathison (L) of Bachman’s, Lyndale, Minn., stopped by the Titan Machinery booth to talk with Andy Bethel about new equipment, including the Terex PT-30.

Stonebrooke Equipment, Burnsville, Minn., displayed this expandable Fisher plow. Inside Sales Representative Josh Sowada said his company has everything from plows to lights and toolboxes to winches.

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View us at: www.amstate.com

PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR452 - ‘12 • Rubber Tired, Stretch 20E, Top Con System V, 400 Hrs..$256,183 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘10 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/ Hopper Insert, 1250 hrs......$249,982 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘11 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/Hopper Insert, 702 Hrs ........$358,300 MAULDIN 1500 - ‘03 • Track, Conveyor Fed, 8’-13’ Screed, 844 Hrs ................................$29,950 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 390 Hrs ........................................$79,512 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

MILLING MACHINES ROADTEC RX400 - ‘11 • 48” Cut, 4 Track, Front Loading, Mill w/803 Hrs ..........................$319,950 SUPERIOR BROOM DT80J - ‘12 • Fully Loaded Mid Mount Broom, 264 Hrs ........................$33,589 WIRTGEN W50 - ‘11 • 20” Cut, 3 Wheel, Rear Discharge Mill w/284 Hrs ......................$139,950 WIRTGEN W500 - ‘02 • 20” Width, 3 Wheel Mill w/ Load-Out Conveyor, 1600 Hrs ..........$76,500

MANITOWOC 11000 CRAWLER CRANE

GROVE TM9120 TRUCK CRANE

YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER

in WISCONSIN and UPPER MICHIGAN for: GROVE HYDRAULIC CRANES • PETTIBONE EXTENDO LIFTS and CARRY LIFTS • LIEBHERR EXCAVATORS, MATERIAL HANDLERS, CRAWLER CRANES and HYDROSTATIC WHEEL LOADERS • GOMACO PAVERS • KOLBERG/PIONEER/ JCI AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT • SANDVIK and HAZEMAG CRUSHERS • MANITOWOC CRANES

Large Selection of New & Used Equipment in Stock.

ROLLERS

AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT

SAKAI GW750 - ‘11 • Vibratory Pneumatic, 79’ Wide, 320 Hrs ........................................$99,782 SAKAI R2H-2 - ‘10 • 3 Wheel Static Roller, 83” Wide Coverage, 350PLI, 450 Hrs............$85,000 SAKAI SW800II - ‘09 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, 1170 hrs ..........................................................$55,000 SAKAI SW800II - ‘11 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/remaining standard and EPTW, 182 hrs ......$84,320 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 541 hrs $78,500 SAKAI R2H-2 - 3 Wheel Static Rollers, 83”, *(7) machines in stock starting at (2012 w/415 hrs) ..........................................................................................................................................$77,000 SAKAI SW800 - 67” Double Drum Vibratory Rollers, *2012 w/85 hrs, $94,393; *2011 w/234 hrs, $82,320; 2009 w/1170 hrs, $55,000 SAKAI SW850-2 - 79” Double Drum Vibratory Rollers, *2011 w/99 hrs, $99,500; *2010 w/622 hrs, $78,500 SAKAI SW880 - 79” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/very low hours......................$CALL SAKAI SW652 - 57” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/106 hrs..............................$82,495 SAKAI SW330 - 51” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/150 hrs..............................$32,487 SAKAI SW320 - 47” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/very low hours......................$CALL SAKAI SW300 - 40” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, 2009 w/250 hrs................................$24,495 SAKAI GW750 - Vibratory Pneumatic Roller, *2011 w/425 hrs ........................................$99,782 *Comes with any remaining standard and 3 year extended power train warranty.

EXCAVATORS GRADALL XL4100II - ‘04 • Trk Mtd. Exc. w/2 Buckets, 5925 Hrs ....................................$129,950

Contact Marty in Illinois 1-800-307-0221

mahrendt@finkbinerequipment.com Photos & Detail Descriptions view: www.finkbinerequipment.com

ALLIS RT2448 PORTABLE JAW PLANT, 1993, with 24”x48” Jaw, 48”x20’ Vibrating Grizzly Feeder, Front Discharge Conveyor, Six Hydraulic Legs, Tri-Axle Chassis, Cummins NT855 Diesel with Hydraulic Drives for Feeder & Conveyor ............................................................................................................................................................................$185,000 JCI K-300 “KODIAK” PORTABLE CONE PLANT, 300 hp electric motor, 36”x 20’ side discharge conveyor, 36”x 35’ feed conveyor, motor control panel, hydraulic leveling......................................................................................$375,000 POWERSCREEN 510 COMMANDER RINSER SCREEN PLANT, 11.8 Yd. hopper with hydraulic dump grizzly, 36” feed conveyor, 5x10 3-Deck screen, tandem axle, Deutz diesel ..................................................................................$52,400

EXCAVATORS DEMAG H95 MASS EXCAVATOR, Powered by a Cat 3408 Diesel, with a 24’7” Gooseneck Boom, and a 10’8” Stick with 43’6” Reach and 25’ Digging Depth, 7.2 cu yd HD Rock Bucket, Approx. 220,000 Lb. Working Weight, 5800 Frame Hours and Recent Engine Rebuild......................................................................................$125,000 LIEBHERR R974B HDSL UTILITY CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, Powered by a 471 HP Liebherr D9408TI Diesel, 33’11” Semi-Gooseneck Boom with 15’5” Stick, 5 cu yd HD Bkt, 21’x14’ 4” Wide U/C with 30” Track Pads adn Removable Sideframes, Approx. 190,000 Lb. Working Weight ....................................................................CALL LIEBHERR R954C HD “LITRONIC” CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, (Several 2006-2007 Models Available) w/Various Boom/Stick Combinations and Buckets Available, 326HP Liebherr D936L Six-Cyl. Tier 3 Diesels, Hydraulically Removable Counterweights, 124,000 to 130,000 Lb. Working Weights ......................................................CALL

CRANES GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’ Power-Pinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work..$179,900 GROVE TM9120 100 TON TRUCK CRANE, 1997, 42’ to 130’ boom, 33’ to 58’ offsettable telescopic swingaway, Grove HO50 main & aux. hoists, LMI, Cummins 6CT8.3 diesel, mounted on a Grove 8 x 4 chassis with a Cummins N14 diesel and Roadranger transmissions. Tandem boom dolly ..........................................$395,500 GROVE RT855B 55 TON ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1996, with Cummins diesel, 37’ to 115’ boom, 35’ to 60’ swingaway, LMI, Grove model HO30 main & aux. hoists, 29.5x25 tires ..............................................$189,500 MANITOWOC 11000 100 TON CAPACITY CRAWLER CRANE, 2008, (100 Ton capacity @ a 14' radius), with a 332 hp Hino 6 cylinder Tier III diesel, 200' main boom, 60' jib, LMI, 36” crawler shoes, approximate working weight of 218,000 lbs. with 74,970 lb. 5-piece counterweight, counterweight and side-frame removal systems. 3020 hours ..................................................................................................................................................CALL

Milwaukee, WI 1-800-236-6900 Fax 414-541-1892

Wausau, WI 1-800-242-7113 Fax 715-675-9748

Crushing & Screening Div. Little Chute, WI 1-800-236-8318 Fax 920-788-6753

For information on our in-stock equipment, contact Lanny Peterson at:

lpeterson@amstate.com or mobile 1-715-574-8089 or 1-800-242-7113

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USED EQUIPMENT 2005 CAT 950G SERIES II

2006 CAT D6N XL

2006 CAT D6RXL

2008 CAT 928HZ

S/N AXX01814, 5,620 Hrs, AC, 4.25 CYD GP ....................................................$150,000

S/N AKM02149, 3,350 Hrs, Cab, AC, Aro Ready, vpat ..................................$155,000

S/N GJB00601, 6529 Hrs, A/C, Ripper Hydraulics, SU Blade, 22” Tracks $175,000

S/N CXK00407, 640 Hrs, 2.6 CYD GP Bkt, AC ..................................................$137,500

2008 CAT 315DL

2007 CAT 272C

2003 CAT D6RXL

2007 CAT 320DL

S/N CJN00360, 2,317 Hrs, 10’2” Stick, 24” Pads ..............................................$133,500

S/N RED00560, 742 Hrs, AC, Hydr Cplr, Smooth Bkt, New Tires ..................$46,900

S/N AAX00175, 3731 Hrs, A/C, Ripper Hydraulics, 6SU Blade, Suspension Seat .. ..........................................................$190,000

S/N PHX350, 3,003 Hrs, Aux Hyds, Coupler, 48” Bkt............................$160,000

2006 CAT 315CL

2004 CAT 980G II

2008 CAT 928HZ

2001 TAKEUCHI TW80

S/N CJC3818 3,405 Hrs, Aux Hyds, 36” Bkt, 24” Pads ..................................$95,000

S/N AXG01090, 8619 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, Good Tires, GP Bkt........$225,000

S/N CXK00529, 1,976 Hrs, AC, 2.9 CYD GP, limited slip front axle ............$137,500

S/N E110438, 919 Hrs, 48” Forks, 82” Bkt, AC, Coupler, Ride Control ............$65,700

2010 DEERE 333D

2008 CAT 320DL

2003 CAT 420D

2010 MORBARK 4600XL

S/N 190755 1,022 hrs, ac, hydr. coupler, smooth bkt, 2-spd, 18” track ........$48,500

S/N PHX00846, 4,400 Hrs, 42” Bkt, Hydraulic Thumb..........................$149,000

S/N FDP09264, 5108 Hrs, Cab, E-Stick, Awd Hydrs, Ride Control, 30” Bkt, New Front Tires ......................................$46,500

400 Hrs, Cat C27 Engine, Auto Reversing Fan, Magnetic End Pully..............$575,000

Rod Byers 636-680-1579 rod.byers@fabickcat.com

1 Fabick Drive, Fenton, MO 63026 www.fabickcat.com “To Ever Serve Our Customers Better”

Bob Miller 636-680-1594 bob.miller@fabickcat.com

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Mid Country Machinery (800) 206-5936

3478 5th Ave. S. • Fort Dodge, IA 50501 • (515) 574-2302 4734 Sergeant Rd. • Waterloo, IA 50701 • (319) 234-8710 106 8th St. • Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054 • (712) 943-4470

www.midcountrymachinery.com EXCAVATORS

1996 Cat 416B, EROPS, 4WD, Std Hoe, Heat................$19,000

CRAWLER TRACTORS

1996 Cat 416B, EROPS, 4WD, Std Hoe, 6617 Hrs ........$19,000 2012 Deere 700K LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Topcon ....$179,000

2013 Kobelco ED160, EROPS, Blade, New..................$170,000 2012 Kobelco SK350, EROPS, Std Arm, 3 units ........$240,000 2012 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 5 units ........$168,500 2012 Kobelco ED150, EROPS, Aux Hyd, New ............$155,000 2012 Kobelco SK140, EROPS, Heat, Aux Hyd ............$126,500

1990 Ford 655C, EROPS, X-Hoe, Aux Hyd, 5922 Hrs ..$15,000

2011 Deere 650J XLT, OROPS, Sweeps, 6 way ............$75,000

1989 Deere 410C, EROPS, Std Hoe, Heat ....................$22,000

2008 Cat D6T LGP, EROPS, A/C, Straight Blade ..........$199,500

1987 New Holland 555B, EROPS, Std Hoe, 8028 Hrs ..$15,000

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade....................$210,000

1982 Deere 310AD, EROPS, Std Hoe, 3922 Hrs ............$9,500

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, Sweeps, SU Blade ............$199,000 2008 Cat D6T XW, EROPS, A/C, Heat, SU Blade..........$242,500

2012 Kobelco SK170, EROPS, Heat, A/C ....................$145,000

WHEEL LOADERS

2008 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, 6way, 3620 Hrs ......$149,000

2012 Sany SY135C, EROPS, Pattern Changer ..............$89,500

2012 Kawasaki 95Z-7, EROPS, A/C,Ride Control........$395,000

2008 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3109 Hrs ........$149,000

2011 Kobelco SK295, EROPS, Std Arm, 732 Hrs........$179,000

2012 Kawasaki 65ZV-2, EROPS, QC, Ride Control ....$155,500

2008 Kobelco SK350, EROPS, Thumb, Heat, 4330 Hrs..............

2012 Kawasaki 45ZV-2, EROPS, A/C, QC, 4WD............$71,500

....................................................................................$123,500

2012 Kawasaki 70TMC-2, EROPS,A/C, Heat ..............$162,500

2008 Kobelco SK260, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 2542 Hrs....$108,500

2012 Kawasaki 90Z-7, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat ............$295,000

2008 Kobelco SK260LR, EROPS, Long Reach ............$119,000

2011 Case 621E, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat, 18 Hrs ........$139,500

2007 Kobelco SK350, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3656 Hrs....$129,500

2010 Kawasaki 80ZV-2, Ride Control, 601 Hrs, A/C ..$155,000

2012 Sany SY215, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 32 Hrs ..............$122,500

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4367 Hrs ..........$210,000 2007 Cat D6T XW, EROPS, SU Blade, 3985 Hrs..........$199,000 2007 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4279Z Hrs ........$189,000 2007 Cat D6K LGP, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Sweeps ..........$124,500 2006 Komatsu D61EX-15, EROPS, 6way, 4931 Hrs ....$105,000 2006 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3644 Hrs ........$112,000

2007 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 3294 Hrs......$87,500 2007 Kobelco SK135, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 2394 Hrs......$63,500

2008 Deere 624J, EROPS, QC, 3rd Valve, 5516 Hrs ..$145,000

2004 Cat D6R XW, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3829 Hrs ........$170,000 2003 Cat D6R XW, EROPS, 6way, Weighted Hitch ........$98,000

2007 NH W190B, EROPS, Ride Control, 2667 Hrs ......$109,500

2001 Cat D6R XL, EROPS, SU Blade, Long Track ............$CALL

2006 Kawasaki 95ZV, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 5613 Hrs ....$169,500

1987 Cat D6H, OROPS, SU Blade, 24” Shoes ..............$49,000

2003 Komatsu WA180-MC3, EROPS, A/C, Heat............$58,500

1998 Cat D6M XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat ............................$63,000

1999 Cat 950G, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................................$75,000

1975 Cat D7G, Open Sweeps, New Undercarriage ........$55,000

1998 Deere 644H, EROPS, Heat, A/C ............................$70,000

1974 Dresser TD15C, OROPS, SU Blade ......................$16,500

2006 Kobelco SK330, EROPS, Long Reach, 3925 Hrs$139,500 2006 Kobelco SK160, EROPS, Aux Hyd, Thumb ..........$73,000 2006 Komatsu PC200, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3745 Hrs ....$96,500 2004 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, A/C, Heat ......................$65,000 2003 Kobelco SK160, EROPS, Thumb, 5306 Hrs..........$56,500 1986 Cat IT18, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat, 9322 Hrs ..........$25,000 2001 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, Heat, 5460 Hrs..............$55,000

COMPACTORS 1983 Case W20B, EROPS, 4in1 Bucket, 7662 Hrs ........$16,000

1998 Komatsu PC220, EROPS, Long Reach, 5957 Hrs $55,000

LOADER / BACKHOES

2007 Dynapac CA150PD, Single Drum, 129 Hrs ..........$55,000

MINI EXCAVATORS

2006 Bomag BW177PDH, 66” Padfoot, 325 Hrs ..........$44,000 2006 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 100 Hrs ......$46,500

2012 Deere 310SK, EROPS, 4WD, Heat, A/C 8units ........$CALL 2010 Cat 450E, EROPS, 4WD, Aux Hyd, 206 Hrs..........$89,000

2012 Kobelco SK55SR, EROPS, 4 way blade, 4 units ..$64,000 2005 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 766 Hrs ......$39,000 2012 Kobelco SK55SR, OROPS, 4 way blade ..................$CALL 2005 I-R SD100D-TF, OROPS, Single Drum, 659 Hrs ..$57,000

2008 Cat 420E, EROPS, 4WD, X-Hoe, 359 Hrs ............$70,000

2012 Kobelco SK35SR-5, EROPS, Heat, Aux Hyd............$CALL

2008 JCB 4CX, EROPS, 4WD, X-Hoe, 953 Hrs..............$81,000

2012 Kobelco SK80CS-2, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 310 Hrs....$85,500

2005 I-R SD70D, OROPS, 66” Smooth drum, 1300 Hrs$43,000

2008 JCB 3CX, EROPS, 4WD, Aux Hyd, 362 Hrs ..........$63,000

2012 Sany SY75, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 2 units ..................$67,500

2004 I-R SD70D, OROPS, 66” Smooth drum, 2396 Hrs$35,000

2006 Cat 420E, EROPS, 4WD, X-Hoe, 3163 Hrs ..........$57,500

2009 Kobelco SK35SR-5, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 926 Hrs ..$29,000

2004 HyPac C832C, OROPS, 68” Padfoot, 1207 Hrs ....$33,500

2005 Deere 310G, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 1978 Hrs ..........$35,000

2008 Kobelco SK80CS-1, EROPS, Blade, 829 Hrs ........$53,000

1989 Dynapac CA15PDB, OROPS, Blade, 4144 Hrs......$18,500

2005 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 667 Hrs ......$41,000

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JD 450DLC, 12’10” JD 750J LGP, 156” Blade, #U11482 ............ Arm, 36” Pads, CWRD, ......................$175,000 #U11280 ........$355,000

JD 544J, Cab, Air, GP JD 400D, New KLEIN JD 700J, LGP, 30” Pads, 8000 gallon water truck, Bkt, #U11303..$106,000 132” Blade, Winch, 6234 hrs, #U11425........ #U11492 ........$179,000 ......................$268,000

Fiat 65E, 110HP, Blade JD 330CLC, 60’ Super Pitch, 252 Hrs, #A7104 Long Front, #U10682 .... ......................$108,000 ......................$129,000

JD 310SG, #N4288, JD 9520 Scraper Bomag BW180AD, 71" Special, #U10292 ........ Cab, Air, Aux Hyd .......... Drum, #A4597 .............. ......................$129,000 ........................$48,000 ........................$38,000

NPK Hammers, All JD 800CLC, 14' 5" Arm, JD 600CLC w/ Genesis Sizes for All Makes. 36" Pads, #N4385 ........ GXP1200R Shear, Inspected and Well ......................$450,000 #U10798 ........$500,000 Maintained, GH4-GH18

JD 770D, Tall Cab, JD 850J, 24” Pads, 12’ Blade, Warranty, 128” Blade, #U11325 .... #U11496 ........$152,000 ......................$184,000

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Associated Equipment Distributors Hold Annual Show

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he annual Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) Summit and CONDEX show was held Jan. 14 to 17 in Las Vegas. Keynote speakers John Hofmeister, founder and CEO of Citizens for Affordable Energy; Fox News Channel’s Stuart

Barry Stoughton (R), president, BLS Enterprises, shows his track pads to Bill Lyon (L) and Rick Albert, president, Rick Albert Machinery, Pleasanton, Calif.

Varney; and Eli Lustgarten, senior vice president of Longbow Securities and president of ESL Consultants addressed attendees and dealer and manufacturer representatives manned the booths on all days of the event. see AED page 22

(L-R): Bruce Bunting, Knapheide Manufacturing, Quincy, Ill., discusses service trucks with Rick Smith, Tractor & Equipment Co.; and Haily Meyer, Knapheide Manufacturing.

Tom Collins (C), Anderson Equipment Co., stops by to see the latest from Strickland Manufacturing. Representing Strickland are Mick Crimmins (L), and Sean O’Reilly.

(L-R): Bobby Hudson and Robbie Hegwood, both of HydrauliCircuit Technology Inc., answer questions from David Mehrtens, RoadBuilders Machinery and Supply Co. Inc.

(L-R): The father and son team of Bryan and Phil McCoy, RoadBuilders Machinery and Supply Co. Inc., visit the IronPlanet booth and speak with Carson Erickson, sales manager, IronPlanet.

Woods Equipment Co., headquartered in Oregon, Ill., had its new Woods variable coupler on display, which drew a lot of traffic to the booth. (L-R) are Don Kemp, MinnPar, Mounds View, Minn.; Jerry Johnson and Doreen Putnam, Woods Equipment Co.; and Bill Grundy, Avant Tecno USA, Elk Grove Village, Ill.

John Gaughan (L) and Eric Briese, both of TVH Parts Co., Olathe, Kan. TVH, well known in the forklift industry, is now entering the construction industry.

Displaying the Magnum MS-4 HFB are David Hughes (L), Magnum Attachments, Etobicoke, Ontario; and Tom Bottrell, company president.

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CONTACT 815-968-0818 www.adamsequipment.com

CASE 430-3 RUBBER TIRE SKID STEER, 77 HP, Canopy, 2-Speed Ground Drive, GP Bkt, Very Good 12-16.5 Tires, VERY LOW HOURS.. ............................................................$21,500

2011 JAGUAR XK 2 DOOR CONVERTIBLE 5.0L V-8 GAS, Automatic, Ultimate Black Exterior, Charcoal Gray Leather Interior, Heated/Cooled Front Seats. Loaded! ONLY 4,300 Miles $62,500

CAT D6R XL HYDRAULIC DOZER W/TILT, 175 HP, Cab w/Heat & AC, Powershift w/Differential Control, Fingertip Autoshift, Good U/C w/30” Pads ....................................................$92,500

FIAT ALLIS FG65C TANDEM DRIVE ARTICULATED MOTOR GRADER, 80 HP, Canopy, 6F3R Powershift, 10’ Moldboard w/Sideshift & Tilt, Very Good Tires ..........................$32,500

CAT 315CL 1.13-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 99 HP, Cab w/Heat & A/C, 10’6” Stick, 48” Bkt, Hydraulic D/C, VG UC w/28” Pads ...... ............................................................$75,500

CAT D8H HYDRAULIC SU DOZER W/TILT, 270 HP, Canopy, Powershift, Direct Start, Engine 2001 FORD F550 XL SUPER DUTY DUMP Enclosures, Auxiliary Hydraulic Valve, Good UC TRUCK, 7.3 V-8 Diesel, AC, Automatic, 9’ Dump w/ 24" Pads ........................................$26,000 Box, Behind Cab & Side Tool Boxes ....$15,500

CAT D6H SERIES II HYDRAULIC STRAIGHT DOZER W/TILT, 165 HP, New Cab w/Heat & AC, Engine Enclosures, Powershift, Differential Steer, VG UC w/24” Pads ....................$77,500

CAT 330CL 2-3/4 YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 247 HP, Cab w/Heat & A/C, 12’9” Stick, 74” Ditching Bucket, VG UC w/34” Pads .......... ..........................................................$102,000

CAT D6M XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 140 HP, NEW Cab w/ Heat & AC, FTC Powershift and Steering, Drawbar, Good UC w/ 24" Pads .. ............................................................$60,000

CASE 580 SUPER M 4x4 1-YARD LOADER BACKHOE, 73 HP, Canopy, Extendahoe, General Purpose Front Bkt, 36” Hoe Bucket w/Teeth, Good Tires ............................$32,500

2003 DIERZEN DOMINATOR 22’ TANDEM AXLE QUARTER FRAME END DUMP, Dual Function Tail Gate, Manual Tarp, Aluminum Budd Wheels, Spring Suspension................................$24,500

CAT D3G XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 77 HP, CAT 950G 4-1/2 YARD ARTICULATED 4WD Canopy, Hydrostatic Transmission, Joystick LOADER, 180 HP, Cab w/Heat & AC, ECPC Controls, Very Good Undercarriage w/16” Pads.. Transmission, GP Bkt, Good Tires ......$72,500 ................................................................$37,500

CAT 938F 3-1/4 YARD 4 WHEEL DRIVE LOADER, 140 HP, Cab w/Heat & A/C, Powershift Autoshift, GP Bkt, Ride Control, Good Tires ..........................................$57,500

CAT 950F II ARTICULATED 4-YARD 4 WHEEL DRIVE LOADER, 170 HP, Cab w/ Heat & AC, REBUILT Powershift Transmission, GP Bucket, VG ......................................................$62,000

For our full inventory, please visit www.adamsequipment.com

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Months 2 1 r o f % 1.9 0/13 Expires 4/3

Offer ends 01/31/2013. Some restrictions apply; other special rates and terms may be available, so see your dealer for details and other financing options. Subject to approved credit with John Deere Financial.

The difference is in the D-tails. You asked. We delivered. Our D-Series Skid Steers are loaded with customer-recommended enhancements, like larger operator stations, quiet pressurized cabs with best-in-class visibility, and curved-glass swing-out doors. D-Series innovations include an exclusive cooling system with available hydraulically driven variable-speed fan that reverses to clear core-clogging buildup. Plus options such as electrohydraulic joysticks, variable boom and bucket speed settings, and more than 100 attachments to let you take on more tasks. Packed full of best-in-class productivity and uptime-enhancing features, the D-Series are destined to become owner and operator favorites. Ask for a demo today.

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(262) 781-3770 Jim King Mobile: (414) 530-0592 13001 W. Silver Spring Drive Butler, WI 53007

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Heated Suspension Seat, Boom Suspension, Hyd Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Work Lights, Reverse Alarm, Front Frame Steps, Rear Fenders w/Guard Rails, 113” 4.4cy H/O STE Bucket w/BOE, 23.5R25 Tires ............................$185,000

2003 Volvo EC360B LC - 12' 10"' ARM; AC; RADIO; 36" PADS; 70% UC; 54" P/O BUCKET; PILOT PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE ..................................$103,500

2009 Volvo ECR145CL - A/C, Radio w/CD, 24" Pads, 8'2" Stick, Hammer/Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Pilot Pattern Control Changer ............$112,000

2007 Volvo L90F - Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Air Suspension Seat, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Rotating Beacon, Foot Step w/Lockable Toolbox, Rear Light Guards, Rear Cover Plate, 3.5cy Bkt w/BOE, 20.5R25 Michelin XHA Tires ........$CALL

2008 Volvo L220F - 10,700 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Boom Suspension, Eng. Block Heater, Logging CWT, 8cy Bkt w/BOE, 29.5R25 Tires ..........$185,000

2004 Volvo A40D - AC, CONTRONICS, 29.5-25 TIRES, TAILGATE ..........$CALL

2008 Volvo DD24 - Dual 47” Drums w/Urethane Wipers, ROPS, Sliding Seat w/Dual Lever Control, Hydrostatic Drive, Work Lights, Rotating Beacon, Offset Articulation Joint, 68 Gallon Pressurized Water System w/4 Nozzles Per Drum, Loading/Unloading Traction Control, (NEW) 3 Cylinder Cummins Engine (32HP), Operating Weight 5,725 lbs ..............$18,500

2005 Volvo L150E, 9400 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Radio, Work Lights, Rotating Beacon, Boom Suspension, Return to Dig, 5.25cy Bkt w/BOE, 26.5R25 Tires, New Engine.. ......................................................................$137,000

2012 Volvo L90G, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Heated Operator's Seat w/Left Hand Armrest, Forward View Mirror, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Sliding Window Operator's Door, 2011 Volvo A40F – 1262 Hrs, Volvo D16H Additional Work Lights Front/Rear, Boom Suspension, 3rd (476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat Hydraulic Function, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Reverse Alarm, Rotating Warning Beacon, Rear w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color Frame Cover Plates, Rear Belly Guard, Front Frame Footsteps, Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Full Rear Fenders, CareTrack Satellite System w/3yr Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics Subscription, 104" 3.5cy Bucket w/BOE, 20.5R25 Bridgestone System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires....$450,000 VJT L-3 Tires, Volvo D6H (Tier 4i) Engine ....................$CALL

2012 Volvo L70G, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Heated Air Suspension Operator's Seat w/Left Hand Armrest, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Sliding Window Operator's Door, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd/4th Hydraulic Functions, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Engine Block Heater, Reverse Alarm, Rear Frame Cover Plates, Front Frame Footsteps, Logging Counterweight, CareTrack Satellite System w/3yr Subscription, 100" 3.1cy Bucket w/BOE, 20.5R25 Michelin XHA2 L-3 Tires, Volvo D6H (Tier 4i) Engine....$CALL

2009 Volvo ECR88, 1100 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Radio, Suspension Seat, Anti-Theft System, Work Lights Front/Rear, 18” Rubber Tracks, 83” Stick, 140” Offset Boom, Joystick Pattern Selector Valve, Pilot Controls, Q/C Piping, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Automatic 2 Speed Travel, Leveling Blade, Optional (882lb) Counterweight ........................................................................$88,500

1999 Volvo L90C, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Radio, Single Lever Control, F/R Switch, Front Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd Function, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, 3.4cy Bkt w/Teeth, 20.5R25 Tires 35%........................................................$60,000

2005 Volvo L220E, Cab, A/C, Radio, Additional Work Lights, Return to Dig, Boom Suspension, Engine Block Heater, 7cy Bucket w/BOE, 29.5R25 Tires, Recent Transmission..$89,500

2008 Volvo L70F - Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Front Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd Function, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Front Frame Footsteps, Right Hand Side Steps w/Lockable Toolbox, Engine Block Heater, Dymax Hydraulic Q/C, Dymax 4cy High Tip Bucket w/BOE, 20.5R25 Goodyear RL-2+ Tires 50% ......$103,000

2005 Volvo L70E - Cab, A/C, Contronics, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 2.5CY Bucket w/BOE ................$108,500

WE ALSO HAVE AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT. PLEASE CALL DENNY KREUSER (608) 386-8480 FOR MORE INFO.

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Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale...$60

Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader on a Kenworth W900 and Trailking Trailer, 1:50 Scale...$150 Allis-Chalmers Forest Green HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$90 Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $90

All New in Box

Allis-Chalmers Yellow HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..$90 Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ......................$70

CALL Toll Free

Bantam Truck Mounted Crane, 1:50 Scale ..................$125

800-523-2200

Bantam Truck Mounted Shovel, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

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Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$40

Bobcat M400 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader,

Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$110 Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$90 Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$80 Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$50 Komatsu PC200 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$105 Komatsu PC350 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$90

Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60 Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$30

Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85

Caterpillar 247B3 Multi-Terrain Track Loader, 1:32 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$50

Komatsu PC360LC-10 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ................$95 Komatsu PC400 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$95

1:25 Scale..........................................................................$25

Caterpillar 432E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75

Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale..............$260

Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer

Caterpillar 906H Compact Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Loader ..............................................................................$25

Caterpillar Military 924H Versalink Loader in Desert

Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$45

Camouflage, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$45

Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$95

Bobcat S205 Skid Steer Loader & Pick-Up Truck/Trailer

Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale ..

Set, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$65

Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$55

........................................................................................$100

Bobcat 743 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ....................$40

Doosan Moxy MT31 Articulated Truck ........................$115

Link-Belt 800 X2 Excavator,1:50 Scale ........................$200

Bobcat 773 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25

Hamm GRW280 Compactor w/Cabin ............................$80

Scale..................................................................................$25

Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Case 580N Super N Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ........$50

International "S" Series Dump Truck,1:25 Scale ........$125

Caterpillar AP655D Asphalt Paver, W/O Canopy, 1:50

International TD-15 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$65

Scale..................................................................................$85

International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale..........................$24

Caterpillar Military D8R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale$65

International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$70

Caterpillar D6K Track-Type Tractor................................$60

John Deere 400D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale............$50

Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110

John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$45

........................................................................................$100

Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$105

John Deere 850K Dozer ..................................................$60

Terex AC 100/4 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$190

Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$90

John Deere 872 GP Grader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$60

Volvo EC460 L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................$150

Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$50

Komatsu 475A Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$145

Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ....................$25

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CEG Scale Models 470 Maryland Drive Fort Washington, PA 19034

Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane..........................$200 Mack Granite MP w/ Bottom Dump Trailer ....................$95 Mack R Model Mixer Truck, Patriotic Detailing, 1:34 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$95 Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ................................$75 Peterbilt 367 Dump Truck w/ Beavertail Trailer, 1:50 Scale

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1995 Komatsu PC250LC-6; #91777, Aux Hyd, Mech Thumb, 31.5� Tracks, 10,000 hrs$49,500

1994 Komatsu PC200LC-6; #91806, Cab/AC, 9’ 6� Arm, 31.5� Tracks, 6,800 hrs ..........$47,500

2001 Caterpillar 730; #91650, Cab/AC, 23.5-25 Tires, 12,400 Hrs ..................................$99,500

2003 Komatsu WA180-3; #91673, Cab/AC, Ride Control, QC/Bucket, 8,800 hrs ......$47,500

2003 Caterpillar D6N LGP; #91804, Cab/AC, Good U/C, Trimble System....................$98,500

2002 Komatsu PC300LC-6; #91646, Cab/AC, 13’ Arm, QC, 33.5� Tracks, 10,650 hrs ......$76,500

2001 Komatsu WA380-3; #81866, Cab/AC, Ride Control, QC/BKT/Forks, 8,300 hrs $79,500

2003 Caterpillar D6R XL II; #91695, Cab, Sweeps, 26� Tracks, 14,500 hrs ........$104,500

2001 Komatsu WA180PT-3; #91793, Cab/AC, GP Bucket, 17.5-25 Tires, 9,450 hrs ....$34,500

1996 Komatsu WA250-1; #91810, Cab/AC, GP Bucket, 20.5-25 Tires ............................$34,500

2002 Caterpillar 769D; #81825, Cab/AC, 18:00-33 Tires, Approx 10,000 hrs ....$269,500

2006 Komatsu WA600-3; #81553, Cab/AC, Ride Control, 8 yd BKT, 3,400 hrs ......$399,500

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Fox News’ Stuart Varney Addresses AED Members at Show AED from page 16

Manning the Tag Manufacturing Inc. booth (L-R) are George Hedges, John Creswell, Fred Caddell Jr., and Gary Wilt.

Talking street sweepers are Rick Thompson (L), VanEd Equipment, Surrey, BC, Canada; and Frank Chulick, president, Stewart-Amos Equipment, Harrisburg, Pa.

(L-R): Duane Neumann, Roadwidener, Oconomowoc, Wis., and Devin Wolf, president, Roadwidener, show the company’s products to Southeastern Equipment Co.’s Paul Bell and Mickley Gourley.

Allied has long been an industry leader in the manufacturing of hydraulic hammers. (L-R) are Greg Smith, Allied; Cindy and Dale Leppo, Leppo Rentals/Bobcat in Akron, Ohio.

see AED page 80

Bagela is quickly becoming the recognized leader of asphalt recycling equipment in North America. Representing the company are Bagela’s Dan Kovalick (L) and Greg Harla.

ITR America, Hobart, Ind., was well staffed (L-R) by Larry Gray, Joshua Timm, Larry Kinn and Jamie Dunn.

Jeff Abele (L), Abele Tractor, Albany, N.Y., proudly works with Joe Tedesco, Gorilla Hammers, Randolph, Mass., to supply his customers with high-quality hammers that are priced right.

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STOPS FUEL GELLING NEW: The Universal Filter Preheater is designed for diesel fuel filter housings, for lube oil and hydraulic filters too (specify hyd. size). It wraps around the filter housing and reduces or eliminates the possibility of cold weather fuel gelling stopping the engine. It is easily removable and transferable and is wired for your choice of: direct current or alternating current or a convertible model combining dc and ac. A standard 12V or 24V Universal Fuel Filter Preheater is priced at $138.

ASA-Midwest Council Donates 400 lbs. of Food to Local Charity

The ‘peel & stick’ Universal Preheater attaches to the bottom or the side of the oil pan and converts the housing into a heat transfer element. It warms the oil without burning it making cold starts easy. It can be used on gearboxes, transmissions, transfer cases, water tanks and even bulk oil tanks. The Preheater plugs into any 120 or 240 volt outlet and consists of a thin silicone fiberglass pad containing a metal grid. To install it, you clean an area on the bottom or side of the oil pan and press the pad onto it, then use silicone to seal the edges of the pad and place a flexible ceramic insulation pad over it. It is available in several models depending on the lube capacity. A 50 watt unit sells for $42 and a 350 watt unit sells for $133.

Members of St. Louis-based American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council and their families recently donated 400 pounds of food, plus $300 to the St. Louis Area Food Bank. The donations were collected at the association’s annual Casino Night holiday party on Dec. 19. The donation will help to provide more than 1,400 meals to the St. Louis area’s needy. (L-R) are Robert Trask, ASA-Midwest Council secretary; Susan Winkelmann, ASA-Midwest Council executive director; Steve Giacin, ASA-Midwest Council president; Vince Irwin, ASA-Midwest Council vicepresident.

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SmartEquip founder and executive vice chairman, Alexander Schuessler will serve as president of the company’s newly formed international group. During the initial phase, Schuessler will lead the company’s expansion into Europe. SmartEquip currently provides the North American rental industry with a technology platform, connecting equipment manufacturers and dealers electronically with large fleet owners, to provide both real-time product support and electronic procurement capabilities. Users of SmartEquip’s e-FleetPro technology have documented dramatic operational efficiency improvements, as well as reduced equipment owning and operating costs. The SmartEquip Network in North America presently supports more than 100 suppliers and is used by approximately 40,000 users across 4,000 rental, dealer and other equipment locations. “Europe has long represented a natural expansion of our market. Today, we support many European, U.S.- based, and other international manufacturers in North America, and they have long urged us to

support their customers, dealers, and distributors on a broad global basis,” noted Schuessler. “Similarly, over the past eighteen months, we have worked with numerous European rental companies and global contractors, who have carefully studied the use of the SmartEquip Network in North America and are ready to implement the technology in their business. We are excited about the partnerships we have now started to build in Europe, and I am personally pleased to oversee this very important aspect of our company’s growth.” Schuessler served as the company’s founding CEO from 2000 to 2011. Prior to founding SmartEquip, Schuessler was a co-founder of Script International — a company that drove Caterpillar’s entry into the equipment rental business across South America. In the mid-1990s, he was a professor at New York University, where he also served as the director of the Politics Data Center, a research he designed and founded. He published an influential book as well as several articles on advanced statistical methods, published by the U.S. National Academy of Science.

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Two Is Better Than One...

Broce Manufacturing Joins Forces With Waldon Equipment Broce Manufacturing Co. announced Dec. 1, 2012, that it has joined with Waldon Equipment LLC to offer additional lines of equipment. In 1963, Broce introduced the firstever mid-mount self-propelled sweeper and continues to be the leader in that market. Providing high quality products and product support has allowed Broce to maintain the market leadership position, according to the company. Since 1957, Waldon has been manufacturing compact four-wheel drive articulated loaders and forklifts and in 1997, the company added the “Dig Master” loader backhoe line. "Combined, our two companies (Broce and Waldon) possess more than 105 years in heavy equipment manufacturing," said Jim Cornelson, president of sales of Broce. "The Broce/Waldon team brings together a shared vision of providing the highest quality products and services to our customers in their respective industries. This new partnership highlights our commitment to excellence and will enable us to better serve the broad range of needs of our customers. “We will continue working hard to earn your business and want to personally thank you for your loyalty and support. Any questions related to the new products can be directed to your regional salesman or Broce’s corporate office,” added Cornelson. For more information, visit http://www.brocebroom.com or http://www.waldonequipment.ca/.

Merle Patzkowsky (L), managing partner, Waldon Equipment shakes hands with Jim Cornelson, president, sales, Broce/Waldon, taken recently at the AED Summit Condex show in Las Vegas.

Construction Material Prices Down Between Nov., Dec. Prices for construction materials inched down in December, closing out a year of relatively subdued changes in both materials costs and bid prices, according to an analysis of new federal figures released Jan. 15 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said the price decline was likely to be temporary, noting that the vast majority of contractors predict materials prices will rise in 2013. “Moderate price swings for several materials last year gave contractors some breathing room, but future price spikes could push many firms into the red,” said Ken Simonson, chief economist of the construction trade association. “Contractors still have not recovered from the cost increases they had to absorb in 2010 and 2011.” For the 12 months ending in December,

the producer price index for all construction inputs rose 1.3 percent, similar to what contractors are estimated to charge for new nonresidential buildings, Simonson noted. The index for new school buildings rose 1.1 percent; new industrial and office construction, 1.4 percent; and new warehouses, 2.6 percent. Materials costs rose more than 5 percent in both 2010 and 2011, while bid prices were virtually unchanged in 2010 and rose between 2.9 and 4.8 percent in 2011, depending on building type, Simonson added. The construction economist attributed the mild annual materials price increase to moderation in fuel, metals and paving prices, which offset steeper jumps in several materials used in residential building. The index for steel mill products fell 7.9 percent in

2012 after leaping more than 12 percent in both 2010 and 2011. The index for aluminum mill shapes decreased 1.6 percent, while copper and brass mill shapes increased 1 percent. Diesel prices climbed 1.8 percent, the smallest amount since 2008. The indexes for concrete products rose 2.4 percent and asphalt paving mixtures and blocks, 4.4 percent. In contrast, the index for gypsum products soared 14.0 percent, which Simonson said reflected the demand from new apartment and home construction, along with renovations of office and retail space. Other building products with substantial price increases included lumber and plywood, 10.8 percent; architectural coatings, such as paint, 10.1 percent; insulation materials, 5.1 percent; and plastic construction products,

4.7 percent. Association officials noted that 90 percent of contractors surveyed for the group’s 2013 Construction Hiring and Business Outlook predict materials prices will increase in 2013. They added that an increasing number of contractors will try to pass on some of those price increases to customers this year, noting that 29 percent report they will try to raise bid prices this year, compared to only 15 percent that raised prices in 2012. “The days of low bids and relatively inexpensive construction costs are clearly numbered,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “While the construction industry is still facing some difficult headwinds, there is a clear sense that the industry is slowly turning a corner.”

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section W.S Tyler Unveils F-Class Double Eccentric Screen W.S. Tyler introduced a 10-ft. (3 m) wide version of its F-Class Vibrating Screen during MINExpo 2012 in Las Vegas. The F-Class offers a double eccentric screening solution for challenging applications that require minimal vibration transmission during operation. This allows for the use of multiple machines within the same building or structure without the same reinforcing measures required to house traditional vibrating screens. Due to its consistent G-Force, the F-Class also is known for its ability to keep screen openings clean, thus avoiding the pegging of material and making the processing of sticky material possible, according to the manufacturer. “It just made sense,” W.S. Tyler President Florian Festge said. “Our double eccentric technology has been so effective that customers expressed the need for larger screens as their operations grew. We answered with the largest double eccentric screen to date, the 10foot-wide F-Class. Its size, paired with its versatility, make the F-Class a viable option for customers who were previously forced to invest in much more expensive technologies, such as exciter driven screens. For these clients, the F-Class offers reduced capital expenditures combined with enhanced screening performance. How do you beat that? ” The 10-ft.-wide F-Class follows a tandem design. Two completely new modules measuring 10 by 12 ft. (3 by 3.6 m) and 10 by 16 ft. (3 by 4.8 m) were engineered. By forming any combination of these two modules, machine sizes of 10 by 24 ft. (3 by 7.3 m), 10 by 28 ft. (3 by 8.5 m) or 10 by 32 ft. (3 by 9.7 m) can now be configured according to the process requirements. The F-Class, in tandem design, also can be operated at variable speeds and with different angles of inclination between the modules, thereby creating a banana type effect. The result is a fully customized screening system adaptable to meet the needs of almost any application. The F-Class is now available in widths ranging from 3 to 10 ft. (.9 to 3 m) and is ideal for screening situations that require consistent, load independent performance at constant G-Force in all operational modes. Featuring four-bearing technology, the F-Class minimizes structural vibration and delivers a consistent stroke, which two-bearing or even horizontal screens see F-CLASS page 30

The F-Class offers a double eccentric screening solution for challenging applications that require minimal vibration transmission during operation.

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F-Class Features Rugged HUCK-Bolted Screen Body for Strength, Rigidity F-CLASS from page 29

cannot provide. This means that, when equipped with the right media choice, the F-Class virtually eliminates blinding and pegging. With the ability to handle the toughest applications, the F-Class is designed and built for classifying of ores, copper, gold, minerals, stones, sand and gravel, according to the manufacturer. The F-Class features an advanced eccentric shaft design,

“Our double eccentric technology has been so effective that customers expressed the need for larger screens as their operations grew.”

The F-Class features a rugged HUCK-bolted screen body, allowing for extra strength and rigidity. Side plates are constructed with high-strength carbon steel. The area surrounding the shaft assembly is strengthened with a reinforcing plate, which ties together the side plate, screen panel and shaft assembly. Screening experts work to design the ideal screens for each application. All 6, 8 and 10-ft. (1.8, 2.4 and 3 m) wide units are built on platforms that combine a machine width and a drive type, consisting of an eccentric shaft assembly. Within the platform, the customer chooses basic parameters, such as screen length and the quantity of decks the application requires. To personalize the machine and optimally adapt to each operation, the customer then configures multiple variables such as deck set-up, suspension systems, reinforcing plates, wear lining and stroke and speed combinations. Every F-Class vibrating machine is born from substantial engineering experience. All screens undergo extensive testing, inspections and vibration analysis prior to shipping. These inspections assure proper workmanship, correct balance and smooth operation. During commissioning onsite, the screen is again tested to make sure it achieves optimal performance within the customer’s specific operation and

Florian Festge W.S. Tyler

supported by four high-performance, double spherical roller bearings. The double eccentric shaft creates a constant positive stroke that handles material volume spikes without losing momentum. As the eccentric shaft turns, the screen body is forced to follow the shaft movement. While it travels upward, the counterbalance weights move in the opposite direction and create an equal force to that generated by the body. As a result, the forces cancel each other, allowing a dynamically balanced system that transmits minimal to no vibrations into the structure. This allows multiple screens to be placed side by side while minimizing the investments into heavy structures. Furthermore, the design keeps noise emissions low for a quieter system and reduced overall plant noise. These features are the reason why demanding producers of products such as iron ore and phosphates as well as limestone utilize the F-Class in buildings housing up to 45 units over up to 8 stories while minimizing the investments into the required structures. The continual circular screening action provided by the eccentric design also produces a constant, optimized GForce. Not only does this further maximize screening efficiency, it allows the F-Class to be an effective solution in both wet and dry applications. Designed for high tonnage outputs, the F-Class can process up to 1,200 tons (1,088 t) per hour, as well as provide fast, accurate sizing. It precisely screens virtually any material from 6 in. (15 cm) down to 20 mesh. To provide maximum versatility, the F-Class can be run with up to three screen decks. The unit features inclines from 10 to 25 degrees and comes with a base frame that allows for simple installation in a customer’s existing structure.

“Its size, paired with its versatility, make the F-Class a viable option for customers who were previously forced to invest in much more expensive technologies.” Florian Festge W.S. Tyler

performance targets. The F-Class is backed by a standard 18month warranty from date of shipment, 12 months from the installation date, or 6,000 operation hours — whichever comes first. This warranty can be increased with optional customer-specific warranty upgrade packages. W.S. Tyler is a member of the wholly owned Germanbased Haver & Tyler Processing Technology Alliance, and a leading manufacturer, systems provider and specialist in the screening, washing and pelletizing industry. Focused on all aspects of the screening circle, from particle analysis and screen media, to vibrating screens and processing technology, as well as screening services, it’s the company’s mission to bring new approaches and technologies to the marketplace. For more information, call 800/325-5993 or visit www.wstyler.ca.

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Wirtgen Group’s Technologies Adapt for Extreme Conditions

The Wirtgen Group offers machines for mining and processing useful minerals with the Wirtgen surface miners and Kleemann crushing and screening machines.

The Wirtgen Group’s Mineral Technologies division offers a range of products for mining and processing useful minerals with the Wirtgen surface miners and Kleemann crushing and screening machines. Extracting minerals in opencast deposits and processing mineral raw materials places great demands on man and machine. Durable, high-performance equipment is an absolute necessity. Due to its many years of experience in the field of mineral technologies, the Wirtgen Group has technologies which are adapted for the most extreme conditions, according to the manufacturer. Wirtgen Surface Miners The established mechanical mining procedure is accomplished without conventional drilling, blasting and pre-crushing. Wirtgen uses its high-performance cutting technology here. The surface miners function much like cold milling machines, cutting and crushing the rock with a special cutting roller. Sturdy conveyor systems load it onto dumpers or deposit it beside the surface miner. Alternatively, the rock also can be placed between the chassis behind the machine.

The Wirtgen Surface Miners have cutting widths of 7.2 to 13.8 ft. (2.20 to 4.20 m) and cutting depths of 7.8 to 32.7 in. (20 to 83 cm) up to a uniaxial compressive strength of 120 MPa. Special machines for rock construction can even cut hard granite up to 260 MPa. Moreover, Wirtgen covers a performance spectrum from 110 to 3,307 ton (100 to 3,000 tph). The Product Range: Individually Configurable Standard Machines With the 2200 SM, 2500 SM and 4200 SM, Wirtgen offers three performance classes which can be variably configured specifically for each project. All of the machines can be configured for loading the material into dump trucks or depositing it as a windrow behind the machine. More than two dozen cutting roller designs are available as standard, while additional configurations are developed and built for the specific task at hand. The surface miners’ fields of application include opencast mining and routing work on roads, railway lines and tunnels. They enable the selective extraction of valuable minerals, coal, limestone, gypsum, bauxite,

phosphate and iron ore with great purity. Constant expansion of the spectrum of use means that surface miners also are used for special applications in salt mining, granite, kimberlite and oil shale. Kleemann Crushing and Screening Machines The Wirtgen Group also offers a wide range of jaw, impact and cone crushers and as well as screening machines for processing mineral raw materials. Kleemann has been in the business of processing natural stone for more than 150 years. Pieces of rock obtained from drilling and blasting work in quarries are processed to defined grain sizes. These classified final granulations are used as standardized additives for concrete and for asphalt base, binder and surface courses in road construction as well as civil engineering. In addition, Kleemann products are designed to handle the hardest minerals and materials. Kleemann provides its customers with application consulting for selecting the right machine to suit their requirements, according to the manufacturer.

The Product Range: Single Machine or Interlinked Machine Combinations Jaw crushers serve as classic primary crushers in natural stone. The mobile machines’ performance spectrum ranges from 110 to 1,653 tph (100 to 1,500 t). Extremely robust, high-performance machines with feed capacities from 496 to 1,102 tph (450 to 1,000 t) are used for traditional quarry applications. Secondary crusher units such as trackdriven impact and cone crushers are electrically interlocked to work in tandem with primary crushers and screens. The screen area of the chain-driven screening machines ranges from 75 to 198 sq. ft. (7 to 18.4 sq m). Their performance spectrum runs all the way up to 1,102 tph, making them well-suited for demanding tasks and material which is difficult to screen. Stationary machines with capacities from 110 to 1,102 tph handle all of the individual processes in addition to crushing and screening, such as washing, sand processing, mixing, dust collecting, etc., thus rounding off the range of offers. For more information, visit www.wirtgen.com.

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1636 Isaac Shelby Drive Shelbyville, KY 40065 800-860-1523

3201 N. Louise Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57107 605-336-3010

860 Kaderly Drive Columbus, OH 43228 866-249-4330

Traverse City 8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231-267-5060 Fax: 231-267-5257 West Detroit, MI 56555 Pontiac Trail New Hudson, MI 48165 248-437-8121 800-457-8121

ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com 816 N. Dirksen Parkway Springfield, IL 62702 217-789-7711 Fax: 217-744-7314

4670 Crossroads Industrial Dr. Bridgeton, MO 63044 314-291-1330 Fax: 314-291-8050

220 E. Frontage Rd. Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630-739-7474 Fax: 630-739-9443

4110 I-70 Drive Southeast Columbia, MO 65201 573-814-0083 Fax: 573-814-0087

18210 Beck Rd. Marengo, IL 60152 815-923-4966 Fax: 815-923-4973

3364 Percy Drive Cape Girardeau, MO 63702 573-334-5252 Fax: 573-334-1887

1505 Donna Drive Carterville, IL 62918 618-985-3399 Fax: 618-985-2992

701 Industrial Drive Palmyra, MO 63461 573-769-2056 Fax: 573-769-2059

6450 Melton Rd. Portage, IN 46368 219-764-8080 Fax: 219-764-8613

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Superior Trailblazer Conveyor Offers Quick Setup Time Superior Industries’ Trailblazer conveyor enables crews to set up or take down in as little as two hours. That’s a significant time savings over both transfer conveyors, which contain multiple pieces, and stationary groundline conveyors, which require days or even weeks for setup and tear down. The versatility of the Trailblazer conveyor makes it ideal for a variety of applications and industries including aggregate, mining, recycling, waste handling and bulk processing. It includes 500-ft. (152 m) of fully belted and assembled groundline-style conveyor that folds up in an accordion style to easily transport on an attached 84-ft. (25.6 m) trailer. Providing 500-ft. in a one-load, towable package makes installation as easy as determining a starting point and marking the destination. Once marked, the truck driver moves forward, and a crew of two to four unloads the conveyor. The crew inserts the supports as the conveyor takes shape, sets take-ups and attaches the conveyor’s hopper. For added productivity, the hopper can be placed at any location along the conveyor. The Trailblazer conveyor’s accordion design not only allows for easier transport, but it also provides greater length with less set-up time. With a length of 60 to 80 ft. (18 to 24 m) for an average transport conveyor, it would take up to eight of them to equal the same 500-ft. stretch of the Trailblazer con-

The Trailblazer conveyor includes 500-ft. (152 m) of fully belted and assembled groundline-style conveyor that folds up in an accordion style to easily transport on an attached 84-ft. (25.6 m) trailer.

veyor. Those other conveyors also would require eight belts to maintain, eight drives to power and eight transfer points. Connecting points can become spillage zones and greasing points. Eliminating them

not only decreases the amount of spillage, but also the number of areas that require supports. That, in turn, significantly reduces downtime for maintenance. Further enhancing efficiency and produc-

tivity is Superior’s Navigator return trainer. Used to provide continuous belt alignment, the return roller from the company’s components division maintains tracking and avoids material buildup that can cause costly downtime. Hinges provide belt flexibility to easily accommodate variations in grade, and a 50 hp (37 kW) system ensures smooth travel at any incline. Trailblazer conveyors are fully customizable and can be designed to various lengths and with additional components to fit a customer’s specifications. Standard belt sizes are 36 or 42 in. (91 or 107 cm) wide by 500 ft. long. Capacity limits range from 1,000 to 1,200 tph (907 to 1,088 t) of 100 lbs. per cu. ft. density material, with a belt speed of up to 400 ft. (122 m) per minute. The Trailblazer conveyor also is engineered and equipped with safety in mind. Its towable package includes a fifth wheel hitch, brakes and directional lights. Transport straps and pull-pins ensure that each conveyor section comes off the chassis one at a time, and help guide it safely onto supports. Bolt-together guard rails easily pin into place. In addition, to ensure safety during set up and take down, Superior’s team provides conveyor operators with complete training on the system. For more information, call 800/321-1558 or visit www.superior-ind.com.

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AIS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 3600 North Grand River Avenue Lansing, MI 48906 517-321-8000 Fax : 517-321-6275

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Rockford, IL 815-227-0555 East Peoria, IL 309-694-4455 Springfield, IL 217-789-0351

5633 West Hwy 13 Savage, MN 55378 800-888-9515 Fax: 952-895-9564 315 North Hoover Road Virginia, MN 55792 800-752-4304 Fax: 218-741-9465

ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES CO. 314 Garfield Avenue Duluth, MN 55802 800-888-9535 Fax: 218-727-3340

2525 16th Avenue SW Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 800-616-6615 Fax: 319-363-2075

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Bandit of Ohio 5050 N. River Rd. Schiller Park, IL 60176 847-678-3633 Fax: 847-678-3587 Mokena, IL 708-596-8050 West Chicago, IL 630-293-0606

Wauconda, IL 847-526-4255 Yorkville, IL 630-553-0150 www.atlasbobcat.com

1800 W. Hwy 13 Burnsville, MN 55337 952-894-0894 877-262-2284

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Leslie Equipment Company Cowen, WV 304-226-3299 Beaver, WV 304-255-1525 Cross Lanes, WV 304-204-1818 Fairmont, WV 304-534-5454

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Bradco Series II Mulchers Transform Trees, Brush Into Fine Chip Layer

Brandeis Machinery & Supply Co. www.brandeismachinery.com Evansville, IN (812) 425-4491 Ft. Wayne, IN (260) 489- 4551 Indianapolis, IN (317) 872-8410 Corbin, KY (606) 528-3700 Lexington, KY (859) 259-3456 Louisville, KY (502) 491-4000 Paducah, KY (270) 444-8390 Stanville, KY (606) 478-9201

Gibson Machinery LLC www.gibsonmachinery.com Oakwood Village (Cleveland) OH (440) 439-4000 Pittsburgh, PA (724) 695-5000

An interchangeable tooth design keeps each tooth seated in its holder with a cross bar that runs the full width of each tooth.

The new Bradco Series II mulchers by Paladin Attachments attach to excavators, skid steers and forestry tractors to shred hardwood trees, brush and ground vegetation up to 8 in. (20 cm) in diameter. Available in cutting widths of 36, 60 and 72 in. (91, 152 and 183 cm) — depending on the machine and application — they feature a heavyduty bent-axis variable displacement piston motor that offers better performance on demand, prevents stalling under heavy loads and provides a quicker recovery time, according to the manufacturer. To increase versatility, return on investment and productivity, they can be switched between prime movers without changing hydraulic motors, belts or belt drive sprockets/pulleys. The drive train’s synchronous belt drive system eliminates belt and belt drive sprocket/pulley slippage to lower operating cost and maintenance needs. An interchangeable tooth design keeps each tooth seated in its holder with a cross bar that runs the full width of each tooth. Standard reversible carbide teeth double operation life and can be easily interchanged without needing to rebalance the rotor. The spiral

cut pattern reduces the amount of cut per tooth for less drag, finer chip size and increased performance. The heavy-duty rotor construction of the Bradco Series II Mulchers features a balanced 0.75-in. (1.9 cm) wall drum that rotates at speeds up to 2,000 rpm with a 2.44-in. (6.2 cm) high-strength alloy steel shaft that passes through the entire length. Internal reinforcement rings minimize rotor flex for longer bearing life. Available exclusively on the MM36E 36-in. excavator model, the tree stabilization guide captures a standing tree trunk between the cutting rotor and frame with an angled “kick” plate to help the operator maintain full control. All Bradco Series II mulchers feature an adjustable push bar and replaceable abrasion-resistant AR400 skid shoes. An optional oil cooler also is available for both field and factory installation. Skid steer and tractor models feature an on-board pressure gauge for monitoring the system pressure with easy viewing from operating position. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinattachments.com.

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3402 36th St. SW Fargo, ND 58014 701-280-3100 800-726-7475

1701 SE Hulsizer Rd. Ankeny, IA 50021 515-964-8600 Fax: 515-964-3314

3630 Miriam Ave. Bismarck, ND 58501 701-223-0890 2803 I-94 Business Loop E Dickinson, ND 58601 701-456-1400 1201 S. 46th St. Grand Forks, ND 58201 701-775-4238 1505 Hwy 2, Bypass E Minot, ND 58701 701-852-3508 4950 E Highway 12 Aberdeen SD 57401 605-225-6240 3601 Deadwood Ave. N Rapid City, SD 57702 605-342-4850 20571 Truck Stop Ave. Pierre, SD 57501 605-224-5400 3201 N. Louise Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57107 605-336-3010

ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com 816 N. Dirksen Parkway Springfield, IL 62702 217-789-7711 Fax: 217-744-7314

4670 Crossroads Industrial Dr. Bridgeton, MO 63044 314-291-1330 Fax: 314-291-8050

220 E. Frontage Rd. Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630-739-7474 Fax: 630-739-9443

4110 I-70 Drive Southeast Columbia, MO 65201 573-814-0083 Fax: 573-814-0087

18210 Beck Rd. Marengo, IL 60152 815-923-4966 Fax: 815-923-4973

3364 Percy Drive Cape Girardeau, MO 63702 573-334-5252 Fax: 573-334-1887

1505 Donna Drive Carterville, IL 62918 618-985-3399 Fax: 618-985-2992

701 Industrial Drive Palmyra, MO 63461 573-769-2056 Fax: 573-769-2059

6450 Melton Rd. Portage, IN 46368 219-764-8080 Fax: 219-764-8613

AIS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CORP. 3600 N. Grand River Ave. Lansing, MI 48906 517-321-8000 Fax: 517-321-6275 www.aisequip.com Grand Rapids 600 44th Street S.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49548 616-538-2400 Fax: 616-538-0449 Northeast Detroit 65809 Gratiot Avenue Lenox, MI 48050 586-727-7502 Fax: 586-727-7311 Saginaw 4600 AIS Drive P.O. Box 253 Bridgeport, MI 48722 989-777-0090 Fax: 989-777-1583 Traverse City 8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231-267-5060 Fax: 231-267-5257 West Detroit, MI 56555 Pontiac Trail New Hudson, MI 48165 248-437-8121 800-457-8121

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Powerscreen Launches New L L I H E H T F O G N I K XH320X Mobile Impact Crusher www.superior-ind.com

At Superior, we’re constantly searching for new ways to use our knowledge of bulk material handling systems to solve challenges and improve production. We’re driven by curiosity, loaded with determination and energized by progress. How can we help you?

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905 20th Ave. SE Minot, ND 58701 800-825-0479 Local: 701-852-0479 Fax: 701-852-1451

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4600 Valley Industrial Blvd S Shakopee, MN 55379 800-966-1455 Local: 952-224-1500 Fax: 952-224-1570

Official dealer partner of Superior Industries in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota & Iowa

Powerscreen, a leading provider of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has launched the new XH320X impact crusher. Damian Power, Powerscreen global product director, said, “Building upon the success of the XH320 in the quarry and recycling industry, the new XH320X is the next generation of impact crusher for these markets.” The XH320X has been developed to incorporate a fully independent hydraulically driven pre-screen, which will improve fines removal and reduce chamber wear costs for the customer. To coincide with the independent prescreen feature, a hydraulically folding extended side conveyor with a stockpile height of 12 ft. (3.7 m) has been added to the machine.

The hopper capacity also has been increased by the addition of hopper extensions, which also can be hydraulically folded for transport. The new hopper design incorporates hydraulic locking pins for rapid setup time and removes the need for manual wedges. The XH320X has a full length product conveyor, which is ideal for quarry applications with optional under pan feeder for recycled applications where steel may be in the material. There also is the option of an extended hydraulically folding product conveyor which increases the stockpile height to 13 ft. (4 m). For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.

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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” ALTA EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.altaconstructionequipment.com

BRANDEIS MACHINERY & SUPPLY COMPANY www.brandeismachinery.com

Wixom, MI 248-449-6700

Sterling Hts, MI 586-977-6000

Muskegon, MI 231-798-8754

Zeeland, MI 616-748-4108

Kentwood, MI 616-698-2960

Lansing, MI 517-272-5033

Battle Creek, MI 269-965-1269

Wixom, MI (Cons. Division) 248-356-5200

Romulus, MI 734-641-8238 Saginaw, MI 989-752-9400

Byron Center, MI 616-878-7450

Louisville, KY 502-491-4000

Paducah, KY 270-444-8390

Evansville, IN 812-425-4491

Indianapolis, IN 317-872-8410

Corbin, KY 606-528-3700

Ft.Wayne, IN 260-489-4551

Lexington, KY 859-259-3456 Stanville, KY 606-478-9201

HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT LLC www.howell tractor.com Gary,IN 800-852-8816 Peru, IL 800-342-6072

GIBSON MACHINERY LLC www.gibson machinery.com Oakwood Village, OH 440-439-4000 Pittsburgh, PA 724-695-5000

ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com Carterville, IL 618/985-3399

Franksville, WI 262-835-2710

Bridgeton, MO 314-291-1330

DePere, WI 920-532-0165

Columbia, MO 573-814-0083

DeForest, WI 608-842-4151

Cape Girardeau, MO 573-334-5252

Eau Claire, WI 715-874-5400

Palmyra, MO 573-769-2056

Schofield, WI 715-355-9898 Escanaba, MI 906-786-6920

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Kansas City, MO 800-878-9290

Savage, MN 800-888-9515

Milan, IL 800-633-9114

Joplin, MO 800-878-8223

Des Moines, IA 800-555-1445

Duluth, MN 800-888-9535

Brookline Station, MO 800-955-2729

Cedar Rapids, IA 800-616-6615

Virginia, MN 800-752-4304

Wichita, KS 800-878-3346 Topeka, KS 800-878-4345 Garden City, KS 800-511-1435

Sioux City, IA 800-633-9104

TITAN MACHINERY www.titanmachinery.com Bismark, ND 800-247-1282

Rapid City, SD 888-388-0266

Dickinson, ND 888-418-2873

Sioux Falls, SD 800-262-5373

Fargo, ND 800-342-4330

Williston, ND 877-570-4635

Omaha, NE 866-733-1100

Lincoln, NE 866-801-6261

Minot, ND 701-852-3188

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Attendees Partake in Seminars, Enjoy Free Lunch, Win Prizes

Show attendees were able to attend seminars. EXPO from page 10

Richard Ohm of Flying W Gardens, Park Rapids, Minn., accepts a grand prize of $250 from Jordi Larson of the Northern Green Expo. Monty Woolf of Trenchers Plus, Burnsville, Minn., is proud to discuss the debut of the Toro Pro Sneak 360 vibratory plow.

Ron (Hogz) Hogan of Merit Chevrolet, St. Paul, Minn., is eager to discuss this 2013 Chevrolet 3500HD with a Knapheide landscape body.

Isaak Smith (L) and Karl Poling, both of I. Smith Earthscapes, St. Paul, Minn., attempt to guess the weight of a boulder carried by this Bobcat E26 excavator. If they guess correctly, they win a toy Bobcat T190. Lano Equipment Inc. of Anoka, Minn., sponsored the contest.

Tim Niebur of Niebur Tractor, Hastings, Minn., worked the Kubota booth, which featured this Kubota L5740 tractor.

Chad Adams, territory manager of Ziegler CAT was on hand to answer any and all question about Cat iron.

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Safety, Efficiency Depend on Proper Drill Operation By Randy Stevens SPECIAL TO CEG

Pneumatic concrete dowel drills have one purpose — to drill holes. While their intended use is easy to recognize, operation of this equipment isn’t quite so simple. In fact, it’s a bit of a science. That’s not to say they’re difficult to operate. But there are certain best practices and processes to keep in mind for proper drill operation, whether it’s an ongrade, slab-rider or equipment-mounted model. Operators who adopt these guidelines and implement them on every job are rewarded with better performance from the machine and fewer hassles overall. First Things First Before even getting the drill close to a concrete slab, a few simple preparations are needed. A pneumatic dowel drill virtually comes out of a box, poised to go to work; all it takes to ready it for a job is air, a drill bit and a couple simple steps. Specific instructions vary with each make and model, so follow the exact recommendations in the owner’s manual. Generally speaking, the basic items begin with attaching and securing the air hose from the compressor to the drill. Next, install the drill bits. When doing so, it’s necessary to have the correct bit guide bushing to match the bit. This centralizes the bit and keeps it from moving around too much. The bit also must be the proper chuck size for the drill. Adjust the drill spacing and height, level the drill and set the drilling depth. Finally, be sure to start with the proper lubricating oil in the oiler. Most manufacturers recommend rock drill oil, as it’s heavy and thick enough to run this large of a piece of equipment. Some operators may try to use pneumatic tool oil or even automatic transmission fluid. These types of lubricants are much lighter and almost a watery consistency. While ideal for smaller tools, like impact wrenches, these lubricants often won’t stand up to the demands of a large dowel drill. After these basic preparations, a dowel drill is almost ready to begin its job. Prior to

any actual drilling, every operator should know the basics of proper use to ensure a smooth process and end result. Following a few guidelines will result in projects that are completed efficiently, safely and without equipment failure whether they’re new pours or full-depth repairs. Under Pressure Most highway paving, airport repair and smaller residential roadwork projects have one thing in common: deadlines. Every piece of equipment must perform at its maximum efficiency level so the company can keep up with strict timelines and avoid penalties. Setting a drill to the proper feed pressure is the first step to optimal drilling. There is a common — and incorrect — belief that increasing the feed pressure will increase the drilling speed and efficiency, but that’s simply not true. Finding the proper feed pressure is the best way to ensure maximum efficiency, and also to prevent unnecessary damage to drill bits and the drill itself. This greatly minimizes downtime for replacements, as well as costs for new bits or more significant repairs to the drill. Whether using an on-grade, slab-rider or equipment-mounted drill, each has virtually the same process for setting and adjusting feed pressure. Feed pressure varies based on the drill and application, so there’s not a specific setting that’s going to work for all scenarios. The best approach is to set a logical starting point and then adjust as needed based on the results. Most manufacturers recommend a starting point between 18 to 25 psi for horizontal drilling applications. From there, the operator simply needs to watch the machine’s performance and adjust if necessary. For example, if the drill is “bouncing” on the concrete’s surface rather than drilling into it, the pressure is too weak and the operator needs to increase it. Conversely, if the pressure is too great, the bit’s rotation will slow down or even stop. In this case, adjust the pressure down until normal rotation resumes. Most drills have an easily

adjustable regulator knob that simply needs to be turned one way or the other to adjust pressure up or down. On job sites with multi-gang drills, it’s recommended to go through this process one drill at a time. After proper adjustments have been made to each individual drill, they can be run simultaneously. However, after they’re all turned on simultaneously for the first time, it’s also the first time they’re all being run off the same air compressor, so slight adjustment may be needed to be sure they’re all still receiving adequate pressure. Some on-grade and slab-rider drills can be converted to vertical drilling and there also are specific models designed just for this application. In the case of vertical drilling, the same process can be used with a minor adjustment. Feed pressure should be reduced anywhere from about 5 to 9 psi from the start, then adjusted up only. This is a common safety precaution because, if the pressure is set too high, the drill can tip over. Keep in mind the two factors that affect ideal feed pressure before the bit ever meets the concrete: drill bit size and the hardness of concrete. It’s important to remember this when the drill is moved from one job site to the next. What worked for one airport lane addition may not be ideal for another one in a different setting. Again, it all goes back to monitoring performance and adjusting pressure as needed. Another key to achieving optimal operation and minimal stress on the drill is a relatively simple concept: every drilling application should be approached in a series of strategic steps. Keeping Things in Order Imagine a homebuilding project. The only way to succeed is to follow a proper series of steps. Pour the foundation, put the framing in place, put up the drywall and, finally, install the fixtures. Mess with the sequence and the project won’t make it very far. Similarly, there’s a proper sequence for before and after drilling. Following it prevents damage to the drill and components and makes a successful project more likely.

Spawling is a great example of an issue one can avoid with proper pre- and postdrilling procedures. This common problem results in excess concrete chipping away from the hole area. While some spawling is natural in a concrete drilling application, following the proper sequence will keep it to a minimum and is the best way to avoid any issues with inspectors. In addition, both the pre- and post-hole techniques help to prevent dry-firing, a situation in which the drill is in operation but there’s no pressure on the bit. Dry-firing adds unnecessary stress to the drill and can damage its trunnion bolts. Every bit has a latch, which is held in place by a trunnion bolt. The stress dry-firing places on the drill can eventually cause the bolt to break. With proper operation, a trunnion bolt can last the entire lifetime of the drill. At around $80 apiece, it isn’t a part most operators want to replace frequently, if ever. Whether it’s for a single hole or set of holes, the first step is to properly position the drill along the designated area of a slab where holes are to be drilled. Next, feed the drill. Place it against the concrete and move the feed control valve to the “In” position. When the bits make initial contact with the concrete, place the main power switch in the “On” position and the drill will begin operating. After the drill has reached its desired depth, it’s crucial to turn it off immediately to prevent dry-firing. Then, there’s a proper removal sequence to follow as well. Prior to taking the drill out of the hole, stop the drill by moving the main power switch to the “Off” position. Do the same for the feed control valve and that will cause the drill to retract. Occasionally, the drill bit can become stuck in the hole and make it difficult or impossible to retract the drill. If that’s the case, simply turn on the power valve. This will allow the bit to rotate enough that it should easily begin to retract. At that point, shut off the valve. If a drill has an auto align switch, it’s wise to place it in the “Up” position before fully pulling it away to move to see DRILL page 48

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Doosan DXB260H Breaker Features Two-Speed Control The Doosan DXB260H hydraulic breaker features two-speed control of breaker frequency for improved efficiency in demanding demolition and rock-breaking applications. Delivering up to 600 blows per minute, the 5,400-lb. (2,500 kg) DXB260H is designed for use with excavators in the 30 to 41 ton (27 to 37 t) weight range, specifically the Doosan DX300LC and DX350LC. Rated in the 8,000 ft.-lb. impact energy class, the DXB260H requires a hydraulic flow rate of between 39.5 and 63.5 gal. (149.5 to 240 L) per minute. With two speeds, the DXB260H breaker frequency can be adjusted between short and long stroke settings. This allows the operator to match the breaker frequency to the ground conditions for optimized productivity. Standard features include a cradle-mounted grease station and blank fire protection. The cradle-mounted grease station delivers With two speeds, the DXB260H breaker frequency can be adjusted between short and long stroke settings. This allows the operator to match the breaker frequency continuous grease flow, reducing bushing and tool wear while minimizing mainteto the ground conditions for optimized productivity.

nance costs and downtime. Blank fire protection uses a cushion of oil at the base of the cylinder to reduce metal-to-metal contact. The breaker’s suspension system extends excavator workgroup life by absorbing harmful vibrations and stress waves. Also, the valve design reduces hydraulic pressure peaks that can reduce pump life, crack excavator workgroup welds and cause system overheating. Finally, an energy recovery system on the DXB260H increases strike power by using energy generated by piston rebound, according to the manufacturer. The DXB260H breaker comes with a mounting cap, auxiliary hydraulic hoses, cradle-mounted greaser, two moil points, toolbox and a nitrogen checking device. A one-year warranty is standard. In addition to the general purpose moil, tools available for the DXB260H include a blunt tool, a chisel and a pyramidal or “nail” tool. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.

Safety, Efficiency Depend on Proper Drill Operation DRILL from page 47

the next location. This slightly raises the drill away from the concrete. When the drill has been moved and placed in its next location, move the auto align switch to the “Down” position and repeat the sequence. Some operators neglect to turn off the drill before removing it from the hole and others even leave it running when moving to a new location. While it’s tempting to skip the proper steps in an effort to save time, it’s not safe and will end up causing more headaches. Safety is one area on the job site where there’s no room for compromise. As with any major piece of machinery, dowel drills have their own set of safety guidelines that everyone on site needs to follow. Safety Notes Dowel drilling isn’t a dangerous process. However, as with any piece of equipment, negligent operation or a complete disregard for safe practices can create serious hazards. Just like ignoring proper operational sequences, ignoring safe operation practices may put more than just the operator in jeopardy; it also can lead to a damaged drill or component.

Begin with the basics, proper work attire. Workers should wear earplugs to prevent damage from drill and air compressor noise. Debris flies during drilling, so the operator and other workers on the site must wear safety glasses and hardhats, as well. Concrete dust is often emitted during the process too, so dust masks are a must-have for all on site workers. But concrete dust can pose other risks too. If large amounts are emitted, the dust can cloud a site and create a low-visibility environment for workers or, worse, for nearby live traffic. To help minimize dust emissions, many companies offer pneumatic drills with dust suppression kits or dust collection systems. Dust suppression kits include a spray nozzle, which attaches to each drill system and sprays water on the bit as it’s drilling. A dust collection system runs on the same compressor as the drill and vacuums dust as it’s emitted. The system’s dust collection head typically mounts to the end of the bit guide, where the bit penetrates the concrete. The vacuum draws out dust straight from the hole and into the collection bag. Both systems keep airborne dust and related hazards to a minimum. A few areas of the drill pose specific danger to operators. Every drill has pinch points

where fingers, hands or limbs can become caught. A primary example is the carriage assembly. Keep clear of the carriage assembly to avoid being caught between the carriage and frame. When moving a drill, be sure the carriage lock is set to prevent the assembly from sliding onto fingers and hands. Furthermore, improperly moving a drill can cause operator strain or a serious accident. When moving a drill on the ground, operators should use the unit’s designated handles. If the drill is lifted improperly, it could cause a strained back or other muscle and joint problems. If a drill needs to be moved a greater distance, a lifting device might be necessary. In this case, use a properly weight-rated strap or chain and attach it to the drill’s lifting bale. Be sure the carriage lock is in place. Compressed air is required to run a pneumatic drill and the great pressure can pose safety issues. The operator should monitor the air compressor’s gauge to be sure pressure doesn’t inch up too high. If the pressure is too high, it can damage the drill. This may void the warranty altogether, but even more detrimental is the lost productivity as a result of downtime. Additionally, before moving,

disconnecting the air hose or any parts or disassembling the unit, the operator must first shut off the air supply and bleed off any air in the system. Taking just a few minutes to do so will help eliminate potential injuries. One final note to ensure efficient operation and long drill life is perhaps the simplest of all — keep the drills clean. At the end of each workday, use the air compressor to blow off all dust and debris from the drills. While it doesn’t seem like much, it can pay off greatly. Doing so prevents clogging issues and excessive dust build-up. In the event of rain, any dust accumulated will quickly harden to concrete when it dries. If choosing to pressure wash the drills postoperation, be sure to dry thoroughly to prevent any potential concrete accumulation. No matter the project size, timeline or logistics, the need for correct drill operation is one component of a job that’s always a constant. Proper operation isn’t difficult or complicated, it simply boils down to a few best practices. The small investment of time and thought pays back large dividends in job site safety and productivity. And, ultimately, the result is a piece of equipment that costs less to own and offers more years of reliable service.

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Grouser Products Launches V Flex Plane Designed to Fit Any Skid Steer

Designed for high productivity, the V3 FlexPlane features two double-beveled hardened cutting edges.

Grouser Products’ V3 FlexPlane, is the latest in a series of heavy duty, contractor-grade attachments. Grouser’s V3 FlexPlane is designed to attach to any make and model of skid steer. • Featuring a pivoting action, the heavyduty V3 FlexPlane features a self-adjusting blade that rotates to contour to uneven terrain. • Designed for high productivity, the V3 FlexPlane features two double-beveled hardened cutting edges. • Built with heavy-duty, contractor-grade materials and components, the V3 FlexPlane is designed for low maintenance and long product life. • The V3 FlexPlane is offered in five models of varying length. Available sizes are 72-, 78-, 84-, 89-, and 96-in. (183, 198, 213, 226 and 244 cm). Based in West Fargo, N.D., Grouser Products provides a full line of heavy duty dozer and belly blades, as well as an extensive series of over-the-tire tracks and track parts. For more information, call 800/747-6182 or visit www.grouser.com.

ESCO Corporation Debuts New PosiGrab Hydraulic Coupler ESCO Corporation, a global provider of wear parts and attachments for the mining and construction industries, has developed a new hydraulic coupler that gives machine operators a simple connection to attachments and provides enhanced site safety. The ESCO PosiGrab coupler features both front and rear locks that are mechanically engaged through the full working cycle. The natural position of the coupler is locked and only opens using forced hydraulic pressure. The connection and release of an attachment, including the visual confirmation that the locking mechanisms are engaged, is done without the operator leaving the safety of the cab. Along with the safety and ease-of-use benefits, PosiGrab coupler was engineered to reduce stress on attachments and machines.

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$700 Million Job Includes Almost 40 Smaller Projects MODOT from page 1

The main span contractor is a joint venture between Massman of Kansas City, Mo., Traylor Brothers of Evansville, Ind., and Alberici of St. Louis, Mo. The project includes a cable stayed bridge between St. Clair County, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo., and the realignment and reconstruction of Interstate 70 and numerous local roads on both sides of the state line. According to Gate, the project includes the following key components: Missouri North I-70 Interchange; a roadway connection between the existing I-70 and the new bridge, with further connections to the local street system at Cass Avenue at St. Louis; an Illinois I-70 connection; a roadway connecMissouri and Illinois Departments of Transportation photo

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A huge project involving the Mississippi River Bridge is headed toward completion next year.

tion between the existing I-55/64/70 TriLevel Interchange and the main span; an Illinois Tri-Level Interchange; and improvements at the I-55/64/70 Tri-Level Interchange in East St. Louis, which will connect to the I-70 connection leading to the main span. “Working on a river bridge, especially a river bridge over the Mississippi River, is always challenging,” said Horn. “Early in the project, we lost several months of construction because the river was flowing at or above flood stage. We couldn’t safely stage our construction equipment for the initial foundation work. Now, less than four years later, we are experiencing exceptionally low water levels. That means that our contractor has to continually adjust their process to complete installing sections of the deck and the superstructure.” Challenging projects often also have

The main span contractor is a joint venture between Massman of Kansas City, Mo., Traylor Brothers of Evansville, Ind., and Alberici of St. Louis, Mo.

some unique aspects, as well. “One unique element is building an iconic landmark about a mile away from another St. Louis iconic landmark, the Gateway Arch,” Horn said. “This meant that as we went through the design process, we had to make sure that the new bridge’s design complemented, and in no way overshadowed, the Arch. Another unique element we had to deal with was the rock strength under the river bed. Our contractor suggested an alternate method of constructing the drilled shaft foundation for the bridge, based on special equipment they had. Our contractor proposed to install a test shaft to prove that their design would meet the strength requirements for our foundation. The test shaft maxed out the test equipment, and set a world record for drilled shaft strength.” The main span construction includes

12,152,790 lbs. (5,512,413 kg) of reinforcing steel in the entire job. Each tower, including footing and shafts, contains 4,442,530 lbs. (2,015,098 kg) of reinforcing steel. There is a total of 16,367,840 lbs. (7,424,327 kg) of structural steel. The tower height is 400 ft. (122 m), and each tower contains 7,768 cu. yds. (5,939 cu m) of concrete. In addition, each footing has nearly two million lbs. of reinforcing steel, and required 3,600 cu. yds. (2,753 cu m) of concrete. This required 400 trucks to pour continuously over a day and a half. With a main span of 1,500 ft. (457 m), the bridge will be the third largest cable stayed bridge in the United States. It will require 600 mi. (966 km) of cables, which is enough to stretch between St. Louis and Kansas City and back. Currently, large equipment on site for the main span construction includes a Manitowoc 7000 ringer barge mounted crane; two Manitowoc 2250 track cranes, one on a barge and one on land; one Leibherr LR1300 track crane on land; two Manitowoc 4100 track cranes on barges, two grove rubber tire cranes, two FabCo tower cranes (one on each tower), and two tugboats. Throughout the job, additional Manitowoc cranes were used for short durations. This included a 4100 Ringer, a 3900, a 4,000, and two additional 2250s. Contractors on associated projects include Millstone Bangert, Fred Weber, Keeley and Sons, Kilian, Baxmeyer, Hanks Excavating and Landscaping, Petroff Trucking Company Inc., Insituform Technologies, Hayden Wrecking, Moniger Excavation, Halverson, and Mason Landscaping. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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The project includes a cable stayed bridge between St. Clair County, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo., and the realignment and reconstruction of Interstate 70 and numerous local roads on both sides of the state line.

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Howell Tractor 2770 May Road • Peru, IL 61354 800/342-6072 Fax: 815/224-2538 480 Blaine Street • Gary, IN 46406 800/852-8816 Fax: 219/977-4220

Illinois Truck & Equipment www.iltruck.com 320 Briscoe Drive • Morris, IL 60450 815/941-1900 Fax: 815/941-1486

Mid Country Machinery 3478 5th Ave South (Bus. Hwy 20) Fort Dodge, IA 50501 800/206-5936 4734 Sergeant Rd. (Hwy 63) Waterloo, IA 50701 319/234-8710 106 8th Street • Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054 712/943-4470

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STAR EQUIPMENT LTD. 1401 2ND AVENUE DES MOINES, IA 50314 (515) 283-2215 FAX: (515) 283-0295 (800) 369-2215

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124 N. Schmale Rd. Carol Stream, IL 60188 630/510-6050 Fax 630/510-6051

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2900 E. Jackson St. Macomb, IL 61455 888/360-9225

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Nortrax Names Tim Murphy CEO, President; Announces Promotions CONTINENTAL EQUIPMENT CORP.

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Nortrax recently made several alterations in employee promotions: Tim Murphy is appointed president and CEO of Nortrax Inc., effective Jan. 16. Murphy will replace Timothy J. Murphy. Murphy began his career with Nortrax in 2000 as vice president and general manager of the midwest region. During his tenure, the midwest region consistently delivered good market share and profitability results, and he provided great leadership to that midwest team, according to the company. Prior to joining Nortrax, Murphy spent 23 years in heavy equipment sales, marketing and service activities. He held key management positions at the branch, district, national and international levels for leading manufacturing and distribution companies, with a particular emphasis on forestry equipment. Effective Jan. 16, Dale Gessell was appointed regional vice president of Nortrax’s midwest region. Gessell will be replacing Timothy J. Murphy. Gessell started his career with a John Deere dealership in 1987 working part-time while attending school; he was hired full-time in 1991 as an inside sales manager with North Country Equipment. The past 13 years Gessell has been the general manager of three branch locations in Minnesota. During this time, these branches have consistently delivered market share and profitability results, within the top rankings of Nortrax North America, according to the company. Chip Cramer was appointed general manager of the Minnesota branches in Bemidji, Grand Rapids and Duluth,

Chip Cramer.

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effective Jan. 16. Cramer will be replacing Dale Gessell. Cramer spent four years in the Air Force and has spent the last 25 years working within the construction and forestry business. He started in the business working for N.C. Machinery in Juneau, Alaska, in 1988. Cramer started with Nortrax in 2001 as a territory manager and then moved to inside sales, where he has spent the last 10 years. Timothy J. Murphy was appointed global director, Sugar Product Line effective Jan. 16. In this position Murphy will lead the efforts to drive growth in shareholder value added (SVA) within the sugar cane harvesting business globally. He also will continue collaboration with the Worldwide Construction & Forestry (C&F) Division to manage important supply relationships in landscape loaders and scrapers. Murphy joined Deere & Company in 1996 as a senior financial analyst in the treasury department. Throughout his career he has held a number of positions of increasing responsibility in the construction and forestry division, as well as in business development and the treasury department at Deere & Company. Murphy has held the positions of vice president and chief financial officer of Nortrax Inc., director, finance and accounting-South America, and director, strategic planning and business development of the agricultural division. Most recently, Murphy has been president and CEO of Nortrax for C&F. Murphy is replacing Craig Fawcett who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities with his family business.

Prior to joining Nortrax, Tim Murphy spent 23 years in heavy equipment sales, marketing and service activities.

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ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com 816 N. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 62702 217/789-7711 Bolingbrook, IL 630/739-7474 Carterville, IL 618/985-3399 Marengo, IL 815/923-4966 Portage, IN 219/764-8080 Escanaba, MI 906/786-6920 906/786-5813 Fax Bridgeton, MO 314/291-1330 Cape Girardeau, MO 573/334-5252 Columbia, MO 573/814-0083 Palmyra, MO 573/769-2056 DePere, WI 920/532-0165 920/532-0526 Fax DeForest, WI 608/842-4151 608/842-4193 Fax Eau Claire, WI 715/874-5400 715/874-5401 Fax Franksville WI 262/835-2710 262/835-2844 Fax Schofield, WI 715/355-9898 715/241-0044 Fax

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ARNOLD’S OF KIMBALL www.arnoldsinc.com 701 State Hwy 55 E Kimball, MN 55353 320/398-3800 Fax: 320/398-6900

Now available with a pressurized comfort cab. Schedule your Kubota SVL Series demo today.

ARNOLD’S OF MANKATO www.arnoldsinc.com 1715 Howard Drive No. Mankato, MN 56003 507/387-5515 Fax: 507/387-6449

BURRIS EQUIPMENT CO. www.burrisequipment.com 2216 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 847/336-1205 Fax: 847/336-2697 27939 W. Concrete Dr. Ingleside, IL 60041 815/363-4100 10351 W. Laraway Rd. Frankfort, IL 60423 815/464-6650

WEINGARTZ SUPPLY CO. www.weingartz.com info@weingartz.com 39050 Grand River Ave. Farmington Hills, MI 48335 248/471-3050

LANO EQUIPMENT INC. www.lanoequip.com 6140 Highway 10 Anoka, MN 55303 888/448-5266

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NIEBUR TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT, INC. www.nieburtractor.com Hastings, MN 888/839-6860

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6715 W. Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73127 405/495-7820 Kansas City, KS 913/850-6300 877/851-5729

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Walter Payton Power Equipment LLC 930 W 138th Street Riverdale, IL 60827 708/656-7700 Fax: 708/532-1273 25210 Brest Road Taylor, MI 48180 734/947-9250 Fax: 734/947-9260

920 S State Road 39 Lebanon, IN 46052 765/482-4145 Fax: 765/482-4928 2126 Glenview Drive Evansville, IN 47720 812/422-6912 Fax: 812/422-6982

Aspen Equipment Company www.aspenequipment.com 1525 S.E. Cortina Dr. Ankeny, IA 50021 515/965-1000 Fax: 515-965-1790 11475 S. 153rd St. Omaha, NE 68138 402/894-9300 Fax: 402-894-9302

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BusinessCalendar HxGN LIVE – Hexagon’s International Conference, 3 – 6 June, 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA! Join Leica Geosystems at the HxGN LIVE Conference – formerly known as Hexagon 2013! It’s a different name, but the same great conference – and an experience you don’t want to miss. REGISTER for the Early Bird discount by January 14 for just $699 and save $600 off on-site rates. Group registration options and special discounts for previous conference alumni, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and authorized dealers are also available. For more information contact: Angelique Ortega Angelique.ortega@leicaus.com +1 925/790-2318. See you in Las Vegas! Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow – February 6, 2013. The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), Bloomfield Hills, is pleased to announce that the Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will be returning to MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit. This one-day tradeshow will be held on February 6, 2013, and will be attended by construction owners, contractors, suppliers, architects and engineers. Show hours are 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will also play host to the CAM 127th Annual Meeting, CAM Magazine Special Issue Awards, Green Building Awards, and Construction Project of the Year Award, which will be held inside the Sound Board. CAMTEC, the training and education division of CAM, will offer classes during the tradeshow, as well. Booth space is available for purchase. Contact Ron Riegel or Cathy Jones at CAM for tradeshow rates and information. Telephone: 248/972-1000 and Fax: 248/972-1001, 43636 Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302. World of Concrete / Concrete and Masonry Construction Event – World of Concrete - Exhibits: February 5 – 8, 2013 Seminars: February 4 – 8, 2013 Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada USA Since 1975, World of Concrete has been the industry’s only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. Featuring indoor and outdoor exhibits, leading suppliers showcasing innovative products and technologies, exciting demonstrations and competitions, a world-class education program, and the information you need to help sustain and grow your business. Start the year off strong at World of Concrete! EMAIL: contactus@worldofconcrete.com ARA The Rental Show is February 10-13 at a new Las Vegas location: The Sands Expo and Convention Center, right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. Click on www.therentalshow.com for a detailed schedule and more information. AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm Springs. The early bird discount, a $200 savings, is available until January 16. Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete conference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org.

Diamond Equipment Inc. 1060 E. Diamond Ave. Evansville, Indiana 47711 (812) 425-4428 (800) 258-4428 Fax: (812) 421-1036 www.diamond equipment.com 2000 Harlan Drive Terre Haute, IN 47802 (812) 299-4747 (888) 343-4747 Fax: (812) 299-3687 17035 N. Illinois Hwy. 37 Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 (618) 242-2273 (800) 388-6396 Fax: (618) 242-9161

1046 Lovers Lane Bowling Green, KY 42103 (270) 781-1061 (800) 489-1061 Fax: (270) 781-0907 1530 Heil Quaker Blvd. Nashville, TN 37086 (615) 641-1100 (800) 635-9454 Fax: (615) 641-1108

2300 Cassens Drive Fenton, MO 63026 (636) 343-9970 www.lubyequipment.com 199 Airport Rd. Cape Girardeau, MO 63702 (573) 334-9937 4375 Camp Butler Rd. Springfield, IL 62707 (217) 744-2233 2625 North 24th St. Quincy, IL 62305 (217) 222-5454 8853 Petrov Drive Caseyville, IL 62232 (618) 397-9971

4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 (816) 241-9290 (816) 241-1738 www.vlpco.com Joplin, MO (800) 878-8223 (417) 781-8222 Springfield, MO (800) 955-2729 (417) 887-2729 Wichita, KS (800) 878-3346 (316) 838-3346 Topeka, KS (800) 878-4345 (785) 267-4345 Garden City, KS (800) 511-1435 (620) 275-1996

2013 ANNUAL PAVING SEMINAR Tuesday, February 26, 2013 Brought to you by Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc., The Paving Authority Who Should Attend: Owners – Superintendents – Equipment Operators Arlington Convention Center 1200 Ballpark Way Arlington, Texas 76011 7:30 AM Registration 8 AM to 4 PM (lunch provided) Reservations Required by February 15, 2013 To Register, go online at: www.kirby-smith.com and click on the Paving Seminar link. ***limited seating! Morning Breakout Sessions: . Milling . Paving . Soil Stabilization . Compaction Afternoon General Sessions: . New Technology in Hot Mix Designs Including RAP and RAS . Advanced Theory “Cold in Place Recycling” . Paver Tamper Screeds and Emulsion Advancements . Advanced Paver and Milling Grade Control Exhibit Hall Equipment Displays: . Complete Asphalt Paving Train . From Utility to Mainline Milling Machines . Latest Design in Soil Stabilizers . Introduction to Oscillating Compaction 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. AGC St. Louis Construction Leadership Council MARDI GRAS FLOAT The AVENGERS of Construction Safety

SOULARD MARDI GRAS PARADE February 9, 2013 Please Dress in Hero Gear & Safety Construction Attire $80 per Ride: Price includes beer, beads and a great ride on the CLC Float! First come, First served: Limited availability!!! Registration Deadline: February 1, 2013 Fax: (314) 781-2874 FLOAT: $80 per Rider Sponsorship Package: $500 (sponsorship and four riders) PROCEEDS go to the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation. Questions ??? Please contact: Jackie McMahon at (301) 659-9090 or Email: Jackie.McMahon@affinitycenter.com AGC – St. Louis ***SAVE THE DATE! Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you need? JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). AGC – St. Louis SAFETY BANQUET – FEBRUARY 21, 2013 (Details to Follow) AGC of Minnesota Sales and Use Tax Seminar – Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Do you know when you become a contractor-retailer? Or the definitions of real property and tangible personal property? If you pay tax on material from another state, do you owe the full Minnesota use tax on those materials? Get the answers to these and many other tax questions on Wednesday, February 13. Please email: info@agcmn.org or contact AGC’s website: www.agcmn.org or telephone (651) 632-8929 or (800) 552-7670 for more information. American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Executive Director Susan Winkelmann at 314/845-0855. March 5 - 6, 2013 – 2013 Ohio Asphalt Expo, Columbus, OH Registration is now open for the Ohio Asphalt Expo on March 5 thru 6, 2013 at the Columbus/Polaris Hilton Hotel located at 8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43240. Office address and contact information: 6205 Emerald Parkway, Suite B, Dublin, OH Phone: 614/791-3600; Toll Free: 1/888-4HOTMIX; Email: info@flexiblepavements.org. March 6 - 8, 2013 – NTEA/THE WORK TRUCK SHOW, Indianapolis, IN The must-attend event for the work truck industry. . 500,000 square feet of vocational trucks and equipment . Newest products and technical support from more than 550 exhibitors . More than 60 educational sessions on top-of-mind industry issues For more information on this event: Phone: 248/489-7090; Toll Free: 800/441-6832; Email: info@ntea.comStaff. MARCH 19 – 21, 2013 – OAIMA (Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association) Aggregates Academy & Expo, San Antonio, Texas AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo focuses exclusively on the aggregates industry as its leading education resource. This event combines a plethora of education sessions led by experts in virtually every segment of the aggregates industry with the latest innovations in equipment, technology and software on the AGG1 Expo show floor. REGISTER TODAY at www.AGG1.ORG. You may contact the OAIMA at 1-800/OH.ROCKS. 614/4287954. Fax: 614/428-7919. March 19 – 21, 2013 – World of Asphalt , San Antonio, TX Don’t miss the Industry’s Main Event! Register to attend and save 40%. Exhibit Show Floor is Almost Sold Out! Hurry, space is still available but going fast. Reserve space today! Co-located with AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo March 19 – 21, 2013, San Antonio, TX, USA, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center World of Asphalt Show & Conference is the leading exposition and education resource for the asphalt industry. The event features in-depth industry-focused educational programming and comprehensive exhibits that showcase the latest technologies and innovations in asphalt-related equipment, products and services. World of Asphalt Show Management: Association of Equipment Manufacturers 6737 West Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, WI 53214-5647 USA Toll Free Telephone: 800/867-6060 or contact info@worldofasphalt.com. March 20 & 21, 2013 – 34th West Virginia Construction & Design Exposition The region’s largest trade show for the Construction and Design Industries invite you to be a part of the 34th Annual Exposition – EXPO! The Contractors Association of West Virginia, American Institute of Architects – WV Society of Professional Engineers & WV Utility Contractors Association, with the support of 24 co-sponsors, want the opportunity to make EXPO work for you. Let us hear from you, if you have questions! expo@wvexpo.com. Pat Parsons, Show Manager and Alice George, Office Manager

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Talbert’s 50 ton (45 t) 5051 traveling axle trailer has been designed for customers that need to comply with 43-ft. (13 m) kingpin laws and regulations.

Talbert Introduces 50-Ton 5051 Traveling Axle Trailer Talbert Manufacturing’s 50 ton (45 t) 5051 traveling axle trailer has been designed for customers that need to comply with 43ft. (13 m) kingpin laws and regulations. Kingpin laws vary state to state but generally apply to any trailer longer than 48 ft. (14.6 m) and less than 53 ft. (16 m). These regulations typically dictate the maximum distance from the kingpin to the last axle must measure 43 ft. or less. Adding to its series of traveling axle trailers, Talbert pushed the deck length to the limit, designing a 51-ft. (15.5 m) traveling axle trailer to maximize the lower deck length and still

meet the 43-ft. kingpin law. Talbert’s TA Series trailers are known for their six-degree load angle. This gradual slope is ideal for the towing and recovery industry, as well as rental equipment and small to midsize construction equipment with low ground clearances, such as rollers and pavers. The 15,000-lb. (6,804 kg) planetary winch, which comes standard on all trailers in Talbert’s 50-Ton TA Series, provides customers with an efficient winch. The planetary winch uses a direct-drive system and offers up to twice the loading speed of the

worm gear winch. Operators can run Talbert’s planetary winch through a multifunction wireless remote, which allows one person to load a piece of equipment without leaving the trailer. This is ideal for loading inoperable cars or machinery, according to the manufacturer. For reliable performance in heavy-duty industries, Talbert’s 5051TA also comprises a T-1 & 80K steel beam constructed framework and 4-in. (10 cm) I-beam crossmembers on 9-in. (22.8 cm) centers to accommodate more concentrated loads. Further, the Ibeam construction prevents corrosion,

unlike boxed crossmenbers that tend to rust from the inside out. Other standard features include 1½-in. (3.8 cm) apitong flooring as well as side and center tie-downs. Apitong is a tightly woven, highly dense wood that provides a longer wear life because it is less susceptible to chipping or cracking than other deck materials. Side and center tie-down slots are installed for greater loading ease and application flexibility. For more information, call 800/348-5232 or visit www.talbertmfg.com.

Work Trucks Meet Stage 8 Mechanical Locking Fasteners Stage 8, an active mechanical locking systems manufac- is removed. The system works the same way with nuts. It spring clip, all of which combine to work together. turer, now has applications that keep work trucks on the road. includes a grooved nut, an application specific retainer, “When you see the clip and retainer locked in place, you Any mechanic will confirm that shock, pressure, vibration which serves as the “wrench socket and handle”, and a know the fasteners have maintained their full pre-load,” said and temperature change all combine to loosen fasteners, Robert Ahern, Stage 8 manager. “Until you remove the which inevitably come loose at the worst possible time. clip and retainer, the nut or bolt will not budge. Stage 8 provides application specific locking fasteners The Stage 8 system retrofits existing components, is in an unlimited range of sizes, materials, thread pitches fully reusable and works on items as small as eyeglass and retainer configurations. The system is designed to screws, to bolts as large as 8-in. (20 cm) in diameter stop threaded joint failure and downtime by preventing holding generator propellers onto a hydroelectric dam. fastener loosening from starting, according to the manuTo date, the system has no reported failures in more than facturer. 17,000,000 applications, according to the manufacturer. Stage 8’s GrooveLok fastener locking system acts like Stage 8 manufacturers many types of active, fail-safe a small wrench locked onto a bolt head, with the wrench mechanical locking fasteners including locking header (Stage 8 locking retainer) braced against a stationary Stage 8 provides application specific locking fasteners in an bolts. object, such as a frame, casting or protrusion. This stops unlimited range of sizes, materials, thread pitches and retainFor more information, call 800/843-7836 or visit any counter rotation of the bolt until the locking system er configurations. www.stage8.com.

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Landoll Corporation’s new trailer is designed to handle empty 20 ft. (6 m) containers. The Model 342 is a light duty Gooseneck trailer that works well with short single-axle tractors for increased maneuverability. The trailer comes standard with a fifth wheel king pin, 7-way electrical connection and a single air brake axle. The gooseneck is a short 8 ft. (2.4 m) and the lower deck is 23 ft. (7 m). The overall length being 31 ft. (9.4 m) long will legally handle up to 25 ft. (7.6 m) long containers. The 342 comes standard with a chaindrive load system, loading bridle, tie-down chains, push bar and container side pin lockdowns. The standard storage box is designed to keep all items organized with chain hanging racks and trays.

The 342 operates hydraulically by means of a wet kit on the truck or with an optional 27 hp (20 kW) engine package mounted on the gooseneck. The 342 features a 10.3 degree load angle, 15,000 lb. air brake axles and weighs 8,800 lbs. (3,991 kg). The gear box chain drive system is a continuous ½ chain that has 12,000 lbs. line pull. Customers may choose the 2 5/16 in. ball hitch and electric brake axle option when pulling this trailer with a lighter duty truck. The Model 342 features Landoll’s standard equipment including powder coat paint on entire trailer frame, centralized grease system, Grote wiring harness and LED lights. Landoll trailers include a 5-year limited warranty package. For more information, call 800/428-5655.

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Philippi-Hagenbuch Truck Bodies Minimize Maintenance Philippi-Hagenbuch (PHIL) takes hauling and sticky, and it tends to form a hard rock and ore to a new level with its bridge across the front of the truck HiVol Hard Rock/Ore Bodies. body. Traditionally, that has left Designed with the hard rock and ore min- valuable and costly material ing industry in mind, PHIL engineered its behind. As the name suggests, special Hard Rock / Ore bodies to easily hydrophobic materials repel moishandle highly abrasive material while mini- ture. PHIL strategically places this mizing carryback and maintenance require- unique steel in key parts of the ments. The reduced-weight design also truck body — areas where carrykeeps operators comfortable while allowing back begins — reducing the liketrucks to haul at maximum capacities, lihood that materials will be able according to the manufacturer. to build up, according to the manPHIL customizes every HiVol truck body ufacturer. to the individual mine’s specifications. The A substantial taper of the body custom design approach provides each oper- from the front to the back also ation with the highest possible payload, decreases wear and carryback longest lifespan and best possible long-term potential on the body sides. return on investment, according to the man- Because the body is narrower at ufacturer. the front than at the back, material To ensure the body will fit a company’s releases immediately as it begins application and specifications precisely, to dump and slides straight out of PHIL’s engineers work closely with mining the body without abrading the Philippi-Hagenbuch customizes every HiVol truck customers in identifying key factors that will sides. By constructing the body in individual mine’s specifications. impact the design of the truck body. Those a manner that reduces wear to the factors may include density and cohesive sides, Philippi-Hagenbuch is able to cut integrity in the unlikely event that they are qualities of the material, height and width weight from the sides of the body and use struck by a loading tool. In addition, steel bolsters that run from restrictions, loading equipment and climate the extra weight capacity to reinforce other conditions. In addition, PHIL applies its load areas of the truck body that generally receive side to side under the body floor double the size of the “sweet spot,” the area that can profiling process in examining the natural the most wear. angle of repose, or how the material lays Reinforced body side top rails are half handle the greatest material impact, within once it is dumped into the body, to maximize sections of rounded pipe that tie the inside the center floor section. The bolster design runs through the frame rails, its payload capacity and which run from front to back and reduce potential for material tie the floor together more subto fall out of the body. stantially than any other floor in Once it has identified all the the industry. The floors in all key factors, PHIL begins the PHIL custom bodies create a engineering process. As with super structure that won’t buckle all of its products, the compaunder the immense weight of the ny’s engineers focus on a promined materials. At the same prietary process for all HiVol time it keeps payload at a maxibodies that removes unnecesmum capacity. sary steel and, as a result, PHIL also incorporates speunnecessary weight. By doing cially sourced 450 Brinell steel so, they are able to add feathroughout every HiVol body. tures, such as greater width This steel contains less carbon and the most substantial floor than most 450 Brinell steel being bolster system available; all used in truck bodies today. The based on PHIL standards that lower the carbon level, the less have been refined over five likely it is that the steel will decades. The combined become brittle and crack in cold design aspects contribute to weather conditions. As a result, greater capacity to equal fully utilized gross vehicle weights Philippi-Hagenbuch’s body lifting system builds four removable the steel in PHIL bodies is able (GVW). free-floating lifting eyes made of 450 Brinell steel for temporary to handle intense environments and require little maintenance, The design continues with- integration into the floor of the truck body. even after hundreds of thousands in the load containing portion of HiVol Hard Rock / Ore bodies with steel plate to the outside plate at the top and of tons hauled. In addition, HiVols are wider than other hydrophobic steel liners in the front corners cover the gap between them. They provide and the front third of the body slope, along added reinforcement to the sides of the truck bodies and and have a lower center of gravwith a high-abrasion liner in the rear third of body and eliminate the potential for material ity, with a third of the weight over the front the floor. The liners provide ultimate dura- to build up within the sidewalls. With out- axle and two-thirds over the back. The combility against abrasive materials while ensur- side steel plates that taper inward near the bination delivers several benefits. First, it allows for even and well-balanced ing as much hauled material as possible top, the top rails also provide a compressive leaves the body during dumping. Often, the effect. In other words, they provide added weight distribution across the entire bed of ore and soil mixed payload becomes muddy strength to the body walls to protect their the truck body. Improved weight distribution

benefits truck body and tire life by eliminating the potential for greater weight wearing on specific areas. With the weight more equally distributed across all of the tires themselves, the potential for uneven wear also is greatly reduced. Finally the near perfect weight distribution provides a smoother, safer ride for the driver. Customizing each HiVol body to the mine’s specifications increases loading safety and greatly reduces the potential for loading damage. PHIL designs each body to ensure the width is correctly paired with the loading tool. This provides body to the for the lowest possible loading height and allows the shovel to get closer to the floor of the body, nearly eliminating the chances that loading equipment will damage the sides. It also translates to less vibration to the truck driver and less impact within the truck body when material is loaded. In addition, the HiVol is constructed to ensure that the tail of the truck body has ample clearance at full dump. Taking berm height requirements into consideration, PHIL engineers its bodies so they do not fall below the center of the wheels, or the height of the berm, at full dump. This helps eliminate tail damage from dumping into a pile. PHIL’s body lifting system also contributes to easy maintenance and installation of its truck bodies. The system builds four removable free-floating lifting eyes made of 450 Brinell steel for temporary integration into the floor of the truck body. This compares to traditional bodies, which place lifting eyes on the body sides and pull in on them when the body is being lifted. During installation or removal of a body, the 10-in. diameter lifting hole covers are removed and operators can attach rigging to the eyes that are inserted from beneath the body. The lifting eyes integrate into the floor support structure, so there is no stress placed on the body’s sides, increasing their life. Lower lifting points also mean bodies don’t need to be lifted as high during removal, which results in the ability to remove or install a body within most mine maintenance shops. This provides greater efficiency and enhances safety for personnel during installation and removal. Worker safety is further increased as lifting straps can be hooked from the truck floor rather than from the high sides of the body. For more information, call 800/447-6464 or visit www.philsystems.com.

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Caterpillar Develops MT5300D AC 320-Ton Capacity Truck Caterpillar’s MT5300D AC 320-toncapacity (290-t-capacity) mining truck integrates a Cat C175-16 engine and Cat 360T AC electric drive system with the Unit Rig MT Series trucks. The MT5300D AC takes its place in Caterpillar’s large mining truck product line between the 250-ton-capacity (227-t-capacity) 793F and the 360-toncapacity (327-t-capacity) 795F AC. The new truck builds on Unit Rig’s 50 years of electric-drive mining truck experience and the thousands of units currently working in mines around the world. The strength of the Cat engine and drive system combine with Cat dealer support and Unit Rig designs to deliver high performance and efficiency to mining customers. The MT5300D will be commercially available in the near future. The MT5300D AC leverages Unit Rig’s millions of hours of field experience with the MT Series truck chassis, hydraulics, electrical system and suspension and integrates those systems with a Cat engine, AC drive and vehicle information management system. The Cat AC electric drive train is efficient and reliable, and has logged hundreds of thousands of hours in the lab and field,

most notably in the 795F AC, according to the manufacturer. The Cat electric drive truck program also leverages Electro-Motive Diesel’s (EMD) locomotive experience in design and manufacturing. EMD is a Caterpillar company, and the system is Caterpillar designed, integrated and supported. The MT5300D AC is designed to offer strong performance, safety, ease of operation and maintenance, and reliability. The Cat C175-16 is proven in Cat large mining trucks, and the Cat AC drive system features dynamic retarding capacity combined with four-corner wet disc brakes. The system creates operator confidence that leads to productive and safe operation, according to the manufacturer. The ROPS cab, wide access stairways, traction control and quiet radial retarder grid with wide right-side visibility enhance safety and further benefit the operator. Simple hydraulic systems, modular components, hydraulic gauge cabinet, grouped service locations, engine bay service walkways and more ground accessible maintenance points translate into less downtime and enhance safety for maintenance technicians.

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Efficient Service Access and Integrated Monitoring Liebherr mining trucks are equipped with ladders designed for easy engine access. The low working heights of maintenance areas provide safe and efficient service access. Access to the engine and alternator from both sides of the chassis, and there is dual access into the axle box for maintenance and inspection. Hydraulic filters and the battery isolation box, as well as filling points for fuel, hydraulic oil, grease and coolant, are all at ground level. The integrated electronic system monitors, records, and outputs vital truck health and performance data. Data is stored and available for download to perform detailed analysis. This system supports predictive maintenance strategies to minimize unscheduled downtime. For more information, visit www.Liebherr.com.

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fewer people in 2013 and only 13 percent planning to hire more than 25 new workers this year. Among the 30 states with large enough survey sample sizes, 56 percent of firms in Maryland plan to hire new staff this year, more than in any other state. Only 14 percent of firms in South Carolina plan to add staff this year, the least amount in any state. Meanwhile, 37 percent of firms in Michigan plan layoffs for this year, the highest percentage of any state. No firms working in Maryland reported plans to make layoffs this year. Contractors appear increasingly optimistic that demand for certain private sector projects will expand this year, Sandherr noted. Firms are most optimistic about the outlook for hospital and higher education construction, he said, noting that 36 percent of firms predict the amount of money spent on those projects will grow in 2013 while 39 percent of firms expect the market will remain stable compared to last year. Contractors also were optimistic about the markets for power construction, but had lower expectations for manufacturing; private office and retail, warehouse and lodging construction. Meanwhile, contractors expect demand for many types of public construction will decline in 2013. For example, 40 percent of contractors report they expect demand for public buildings to shrink in 2013 while only 18 percent expect that market to grow. Another 37 percent of contractors report

they expect demand for K-12 school construction to shrink while only 20 percent expect it to increase. And 35 percent of contractors expect the market for manufacturing facilities to shrink this year, while only 23 percent predict it will expand. A significant — but smaller than last year — number of contractors report that customers’ projects have been delayed or cancelled because of tight credit conditions. Forty percent of responding firms report that tighter lending conditions have forced their customers to delay or cancel construction projects. Only 3 percent of firms reported having an easier time getting credit while 41 percent report no change in credit conditions. “Unfortunately, there are almost as many causes for concern as there are signs of optimism,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Demand for public buildings is set to decline, manufacturing work appears to be slackening, materials prices and health care costs continue to rise and many firms are reluctant to make major investments in new equipment.” Simonson noted that overall demand for new construction equipment is likely to remain modest in 2013. Sixty-four percent of firms plan to purchase new equipment this year, down from 70 percent last year, while 77 percent of firms plan to lease this year compared to 78 percent in 2012. Contractors are increasingly relying on leasing equipment to see OUTLOOK page 84

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1997 SK-120 Kobelco, 5350 Hrs, 2 Buckets, 3rd Valve...........................................................$29,500 3 PK Courts Machinery • 507/678-2752

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2009 Grove RT 880E, 80 Ton Rough Terrain, Tier 3 Cummins, 41’-128’ Main Boom, 33’-56’ Jib, Auxiliary Winch, Block, Ball, 18000 Lb Hydraulic Removable Counterweight, A/C and Tilt Cab, 4500 Hrs, FOB Cleveland, OH ..................................Call Call Andy at 216-316-1511 3-4 EB

2007 Bobcat S185 SSL, 717 Hrs, Enclosed Cab, Heat, Susp Seat, PowerBobTachTM, E/N 1054344......................$26,950 2006 Doosan DL400, s/n 5099, Cab, Heat, AC & Bucket, 2859 Hrs ......................................$115,000 800-950-3321 • www.whitestarmachinery.com 3-4 JM Call David 219-696-5680 2-3 JM White Star Machinery, Topeka, KS

1991 John Deere 300D, S/N 775834, Open ROPS..........................................................$19,000 Call 502/456-4050 Ask for Melissa or Albert 3-4 EB

2005 Takeuchi TB135, s/n 13516545, 2450 Hrs, Cab w/Heat and AC, Dozer Blade, 12” and 24” Bkts.............................................................$31,000 Call Steve at 630-878-8765 2-3 JM

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2007 Bobcat S330 SSL, 772 Hrs, Joystick, High Flow, E/N 1053177 .........................................................................$33,100 800-950-3321 • www.whitestarmachinery.com 2-3 JM White Star Machinery, Garden City, KS

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2008 New Holland L160, 290 hrs, 66” tooth bar bkt, 46 hp, single speed, OROPS, 1,600# capacity, 5,534 lbs.....$19,700 2-3 JM Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151

2005 Cat 287B, 1,485 hrs, OROPS, 82 hp, 10,300 lbs, 80” bkt, 2,520# capacity ..................................................$24,600 2-3 JM Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151

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2007 New Holland L190, 850 hrs, 78” bucket, OROPS, 90 hp, 2 speed, 2,800# capacity, cold start, 7,765 lbs...$25,900 2-3 JM Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151

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2000 New Holland LS180, 3,000 hrs, 72” bucket, 2,555# capacity, OROPS, 2 speed, 67 hp, 7,223 lbs.............$12,300 2-3 JM Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151

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Altorfer Inc. Says Farewell to Dick Rupp, Welcomes Tom Will Altorfer Inc. welcomes Tom Will as store manager of the Hannibal, Mo., construction location, effective Jan. 1, 2013. Will replaces Dick Rupp following his retirement on Dec. 31, 2012. Mark Hanson, vice president of the Altorfer Construction Division, said Will and Rupp have been working side by side since September to ensure a smooth transition. “Dick Rupp embraced his position with passion, led by example, and has built a great team at Hannibal over the years,” said Hanson. “We are excited to bring Tom Will on board, who shares the same enthusiasm for our industry and for our company. Tom has the values, skills and personal traits necessary to help Altorfer continue to succeed in Hannibal following Dick’s retirement.” Rupp retired after 45 dedicated years of service. He began his career at the Hannibal facility working with undercarriage and then moved into the main shop as a technician. In 1977, Rupp became machine inspector and assisted with diagnostics, and shortly after became a product support sales representative, covering the majority of Altorfer’s

Missouri service territory. In 1993, he was promoted to his most recent position as Hannibal store manager. Will joins Altorfer with 25 years of experience in the construction equipment industry, where he has gained both direct sales and

“Dick Rupp embraced his position with passion…” Mark Hanson Altorfer Construction Division

management experience in all facets of the business, including machines, parts and service. Altorfer wishes Rupp a happy retirement, and congratulations to Will on his new position. For more information, visit www.altorfer.com.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 •Kissimmee,FL Sat.-Sun.,February2-10,2013 For:Annual9DayAuction! ConstructionEquipment,Trucks, Trailers,Support •IowaCity,IA Wed.,March13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, Attachments,Trucksand Trailers •LasVegas,NV Sat.,March16,2013 For:LateModelRentalFleet Equipment •AtlanticCity,NJ Thurs.-Sun.,March21-24,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, TrucksandTrailers •AdamsCenter,NY Sat.,May4,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment 300+CollectibleCars,19401970,USArmyJeepsandMore

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 •Houston,TX February6-7,2013 •LasVegas,NV February8,2013 •Phoenix,AZ February12-13,2013 •Tipton,CA February15,2013 •Orlando,FL February18-23,2013 •Chehalis,WA March5,2013 •FortWorth,TX March5-6,2013 •SaltLakeCity,UT March8,2013 •Denver,CO March12,2013 •LosAngeles,CA March19,2013 •Sacramento,CA March22,2013

BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 •Sacramento,CA Sat.,February9,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

Coming Auctions •SanBernardino,CA Sat.,February23,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment •Sacramento,CA Sat.,March9,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768 •Philadelphia,MS March20-22,2013 For:12th AnnualSpringtime ContractorsEquipmentAuction •Philadelphia,MS May29-30,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment •Philadelphia,MS July17-182013 For:ConstructionEquipment •Philadelphia,MS September18-19,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment •Philadelphia,MS November20-21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 •Springfield,IL Thurs.,January312013 For:ConstructionandFarm Equipment •OnlineOnly ClosingFebruary5,2013 For:LateModelJohnDeere FarmEquipment •OnlineOnly Thurs.,February19,2013 For:ConstructionandFarm Equipment,TrucksandTrailers

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 •Pendleton,IN March29,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment •Pendleton,IN June21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

•Pendleton,IN September20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment •Pendleton,IN December13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com 877-631-0650 •OnlineOnly February26-27,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 •Montgomery,AL Wed.-Fri.,March6-8,2013 For:40th AnniversaryGigantic EquipmentAuction

NUTT AUCTION COMPANY www.nuttauction.com 903-748-4400

•WestFriendship,MD Sat.,March2,2013 For:Part2ofLiquidationofNew RiverLandscapesandLocal Contractors

•GarlandCity,AR Sat.,February16,2013 For:AnnualGarlandCitySpring EquipmentAuction

HESS AUCTIONEERS

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 •Marietta,PA Fri.,February22,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, TrucksandTrailers

HILCO INDUSTRIAL, LLC www.hilcoind.com 847-313-4747 •Tuscaloosa,AL March20-21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 •Charlotte,NC Thurs.,February7,2013 For:Construction Equipment

www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 •ONLINEONLY Thurs.,February14,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment •ONLINEONLY Thurs.,February28,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

QUANTOS AUCTIONS www.quantosauctions.com 253-236-8555 •ONLINEONLY March13,,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 •Wilmington,DE Fri.,February22,2013 For:Construction and Utility Equipment

•WillsPoint,TX Thurs.,February28,2013 For:Annual Contractors Auction

www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311

•ONLINEONLY February26-28,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION

•Bluefield,WV Thurs.,March14,2013 For:Construction Equipment

www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINEAUCTIONS

•NorthFranklin,CT Wed.-Fri.,March14-16,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS

www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200

•Brooklyn,MS Sat.,February23,2013 For:Construction Equipment

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC.

•Laflin,PA Wed.,March,132013 For:ConstructionEquipment, TrucksandAttachments

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC.

www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760

•Perris,CA Thurs.,February14,2013 •Tuscaloosa,AL Wed./Thurs.,March20-21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment andTrucks For:WellMaintainedHighway ConstructionEquipment

NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com 715-362-6162

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990

•Kissimmee,FL •Wausau,WI February11-18,2013 April26-27,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, For:WisconsinAreaContractors TrucksandTrailers

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AED Holds Annual Summit, CONDEX Show in Vegas AED from page 22

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Maeda introduces a new compact crane for the construction and industrial markets with its newest dealer, Woods CRW Corp., headquartered in Burlington, Vt., with locations serving all of New England. (L-R) are Tony Inman, Maeda; Chris Palmer and Mike Sylvia, both of Woods CRW; and John Carpenter, Maeda.

Pine Bush Equipment is now working with E-Emphasis to streamline its internal communication systems and data management. (L-R) are Milind Bagade and Shriram Rajagopal, E-Emphasis; Holly Bodnar, Mark Hufcut and Tammy Hufcut, all of Pine Bush Equipment.

Merle Patzkowsky (L), managing partner, Waldon Equipment, shakes hands with Jim Cornelson, president, sales, Broce/Waldon, during the AED CONDEX show in Las Vegas.

(L-R) are Bill Chaney; Darrell Banks; Amy Banks; and Barre Banks, all of Midland Manufacturing, headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y.

Hydrema introduces the new model 912 flatbed truck to address another unique niche in the off-road construction truck market. (L-R) are Alan Patterson, Alberta Construction Equipment; Chris Binder, executive vice president, Hydrema; Kevin O’Donnell, national sales manager, Hydrema; Sterling Roberts, national service manager, Hydrema; and Tom Hartman, regional business manager, Hydrema.

Pete (second from R) and Cindy Baschmann (R), Baschmann Services, Buffalo, N.Y., examine replacement parts available from MinnPar and Avant represented here by Art Ashworth (L), MinnPar, and Bill Grundy, Avant.

IROCK manufactures crushing and screening plants available from distributors across the country. (L-R) are Sean Donaghy, national sales manager; Robert Nelson, general manager; and Terry Wilson, regional sales manager.

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Purple Wave Provides Easy Way to Sell Used Equipment Purple Wave, the largest no-reserve Internet auction firm in the country, specializes in liquidating equipment and vehicles through online auctions. Customers with one item as well as those with a whole fleet to sell will find that Purple Wave provides an easy, straightforward way to sell used equipment quickly and efficiently, according to the company. The Purple Wave approach to auctions maintains the traditional auction experience for buyers and sellers, but affords the convenience that comes with the Internet in a number of ways. • Purple Wave offers turnkey service from start to finish including photographing customer assets, writing item descriptions, uploading to the web site, advertising and promoting the auction, selling to the highest bidder, collecting the money and sending the customers settlement checks. • Selling with Purple Wave does not incur relocation costs. No need to transport equipment to an auction site. Purple Wave

sells “as is, where is” eliminating all transportation costs. • Fast turnaround. Regularly scheduled auctions, no waiting for a sale. A typical month includes auctions specific to construction, agriculture and trucks/trailers. • No reserve auctions. Bidders compete

with one another, increasing the value of items. Recently recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in the United States, Purple Wave boasts approximately 100,000 registered buyers and 250,000 monthly visitors to purplewave.com, helping sellers reach a much broader marketplace than traditional auctions. For more information, visit www.purplewave.com.

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Cloud Computing Will Transform Some Areas of Industry ELFA from page 1

U.S. Economic Outlook Report and U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study 20122013, industry participantsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; expertise, and member input from ELFA meetings and conferences to provide our best insight for the top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013.â&#x20AC;? ELFA issued the following Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013 to help businesses with their strategic equipment acquisition plans: 1. Corporate perceptions of the economic outlook will be a primary driver of business investment decisions. Despite pressing considerations such as technological innovations and aging equipment, the economy will be the true barometer for whether or not businesses acquire new equipment in 2013. 2. Equipment investment will pick up in the second half of 2013. Equipment investment will grow this year, although the rate of growth will be hampered by fiscal uncertainty. Some companies will remain cautious about taking on large capital investments even now that important decisions impacting short-term fiscal stability have been made. Equipment acquisition activity

will gain momentum through relief from the policy uncertainty that brought the economy to the edge of the fiscal cliff. An improving housing sector will provide an added boost. 3. Pent-up demand will spur investment across varied equipment types. Demand for replacement equipment will drive investment in the construction, agriculture and transportation categories in particular, while other equipment types will await the replacement cycle. However, greater economic improvements will be needed before significant equipment investment expansion takes place. 4. A continuing low interest rate environment will enable companies to acquire the equipment they need and conserve cash. The prospect of continued low interest rates at least through 2014 will be an incentive for businesses to acquire equipment through financing and still hold on to their cash for uncertainties. In addition to maintaining cash flow, equipment financing will help businesses preserve capital and improve expense planning in challenging economic conditions. 5. A majority of U.S. businesses will use some form of financing for equipment

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acquisition. In 2013, $742 billion (55 percent) of the projected $1.3 trillion investment in plant, equipment and software investment in the United States will be financed through loans, leases and lines of credit. Seven out of 10 businesses will use at least one form of financing to acquire equipment. 6. Business size will impact equipment acquisition. Size will matter when acquiring equipment in 2013. Primarily larger businesses anticipate increasing equipment spending over the next 12 months. Small companiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; high degree of concern about general economic conditions and less access to credit will temper their equipment acquisition plans. 7. The gaining prominence of cloud computing will transform the way businesses pay for IT investments. Along with changes in how companies consume software and hardware, cloud computing will spawn new financing options. Companies will look to equipment financiers for variable payment structures in the cloud. 8. Credit market conditions will remain favorable for long-term equipment financing. Businesses will generally find an improving credit supply as they consider

equipment acquisitions. 9. The one-year extension of bonus depreciation may provide incentives for businesses to acquire equipment. The continuation of the depreciation bonus will allow businesses to deduct up to 50 percent of the cost of new equipment purchases in 2013. 10. Although the value of lease financing will remain, businesses will begin to adapt their equipment acquisition strategies to comply with long-awaited changes to lease accounting standards. A new draft of proposed changes to lease accounting standards by the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board should be announced this year, enabling businesses to begin to evaluate how their balance sheets, earnings and other financials will be affected by equipment financing agreements. For a video that discusses the Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013, visit http://www.equipmentfinanceadvantage.org/Articles/10Trends.cfm

Survey Indicates Construction Companies Will Continue to Invest in IT Infrastructure OUTLOOK from page 75

avoid having to pay for idle equipment during lags in construction activity, the economist noted. Even as they shift toward more leasing, firmsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; appetite for new equipment remains modest, with two-thirds of the firms planning to buy and 73 percent planning to lease $250,000 or less in equipment this year. Contractors also report being squeezed by rising costs for health insurance and construction materials. Seventy-five percent of firms reported paying more for health care coverage in 2012 and 77 percent expect to pay even more in 2013. Meanwhile, 88 percent of firms reported paying more for construction materials last year while 90 percent expect to pay more for their supplies this year. However, contractors are increasingly optimistic about their ability to raise bid levels. Twenty-eight percent of firms expect to increase the amount they charge for construction this year, nearly double the 15 percent of firms that increased prices in 2012. An increasing number of construction firms â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 38 percent in 2012 compared to 35 percent in 2011 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; report using Building Information Modeling services, also known as BIM, association officials noted. And 43 percent report they expect the use of BIM to increase in 2013. In addition, more firms report working on public private partnerships, which leverage private-sector dollars to finance public projects. Thirty-seven percent of firms report being involved in these kinds of projects in 2012 and 97 percent expect demand for

these kinds of privately financed projects to increase or remain stable in 2013. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The survey indicates that construction companies will continue to make investments in their IT infrastructure, specifically in areas such as enterprise content management, mobile field applications and solutions that support selfservice functions,â&#x20AC;? said Roger D. Kirk, CEO, Computer Guidance Corporation. Kirk noted that 60 percent of firms report they plan to invest in their information technology departments in 2013. He added that 73 percent of those firms report they expect to invest over $10,000 in new information technology this year. However, a relatively small percentage of firms â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 11 percent â&#x20AC;&#x201D; report they plan to purchase new financial and job cost software in 2013, Kirk added. Similarly, only 9 percent of firms plan to lease or finance the purchase of new financial and job cost software in 2013. The outlook, which the association co-sponsored with Computer Guidance, was based on survey results from more than 1,300 construction firms from 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Contractors from every segment of the industry answered more than 30 questions about their hiring, equipment purchasing and business plans. Economists and specialists from the association and Computer Guidance analyzed those comments to craft the outlook.

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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ......................................................9

IROCK CRUSHERS ..................................................................................34

ALLU GROUP ............................................................................................27

IRON PLANET ..........................................................................................83

AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT ..............................................................11

JEFF BELZERS CHEVROLET ............................................................69,72

ARING EQUIPMENT CO INC ....................................................................19

JJ SCHECKEL CORP ................................................................................23

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ........................................................................37

JOB RENTALS AND SALES LLC ..............................................................26

BARGAINS ............................................................................................76,77

JOHN DEERE ............................................................................................87

BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ..............................................................24

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................53

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ................................................................56,57

FLORIDA ..........................................................................................81

KPI-JCI ......................................................................................................36

CEG SCALE MODELS ..............................................................................20

KUBOTA ....................................................................................................55

CLASSIFIEDS ............................................................................................74

KUBOTA SVL ............................................................................................60

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LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS INC......................................................49

WANTED ..........................................................................................78

M ADAMS EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................................17

AUCTION TRIPLE PLAY ..................................................................85

MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC........................................................................6

IN PRINT OR WEB ..........................................................................42

MERIT CHEVROLET ................................................................................67

EXCAVATOR & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ......................................58

METSO ......................................................................................................33

CUSTER PRODUCTS LTD........................................................................68

METSO MINERAL SCREENING ..............................................................39

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ............................................44,45

MID COUNTRY MACHINERY....................................................................14

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ................................................................59

MIDWEST VIBRO INC ..............................................................................24

DOPPSTADT..............................................................................................38

MUSTANG MFG ........................................................................................54

DYNAPAC ..................................................................................................62

NATIONAL EQUIPMENT REGISTER ........................................................23

E TIP INC ..................................................................................................26

NORAM ......................................................................................................51

ERB EQUIPMENT......................................................................................15

PATTEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................2

EXODUS MACHINES ..........................................................................30,31

POWERSCREEN MW DEALER ................................................................41

FABCO EQUIPMENT INC............................................................................7

PURPLE WAVE AUCTIONS ......................................................................82

FABICK CAT..........................................................................................13,35

RDO EQUIPMENT/SCHARBER EQUIPMENT..........................................18

FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................................8

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................................................6,21

FELLING TRAILERS ............................................................................64,65

ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ..................................................................72

FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO....................................................................11

ROLAND MACHINERY INC ........................................................................5

FLANGE LOCK ..........................................................................................23

RUDD EQUIPMENT ..................................................................................25

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ..................................................................24

SENNEBOGEN ..........................................................................................43

GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT ................................................................12

SIDUMP'R ..................................................................................................71

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ........................................................40

SMITHCO ..................................................................................................68

GROVE WORLDWIDE ..............................................................................61

STAR EQUIPMENT LTD ..............................................................................6

H-E PARTS DISTRIBUTION ......................................................................75

SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES ..........................................................................40

HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ............................................75,88

TEREX CRANES ......................................................................................50

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ........................................................49

TITAN RENTS ............................................................................................27

ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ..............................................................3

TOWMASTER INC....................................................................................73

IRAY AUCTION

VANDER HAAGS ......................................................................................72

FOLEY MN........................................................................................84

ZIPS TRUCK EQUIPMENT........................................................................70

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Grand Rapids 600 44th Street S.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49548 616/538-2400 Fax: 616/538-0449

    Northeast Detroit

65809 Gratiot Ave Lenox, MI 48050 586/727-7502 Fax: 586/727-7311

www.murphytractor.com

www.westsidetractorsales.com  56555  Pontiac  Trail   Naperville,    Bloomington, IN 47403 IL 60563

Saginaw 4600 AIS Drive P.O. Box 253 Bridgeport, MI 48722 989/777-0090 Fax: 989/777-1583





Traverse City 8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231/267-5060 Fax: 231/267-5257

 







630/355-7150 Fax: 630/355-7173





Rockdale, IL 60436   815/730-9011 1-800/937-3355 Fax: 815/730-9036





 

812/333-9677 Fax: 812/333-9731



Fort Wayne, IN 46825 260/482-8576 Fax: 260/483-4057

 Indianapolis,  IN 46219    317/544-3411  Fax: 317/544-3420   Lafayette,  IN 47905

Rockford, IL 60012 815/961-3160 Fax: 815/965-1810







South Holland, IL 60473 708/331-6362 Fax: 708/331-7334 Wauconda, IL 60084 847/526-7700 Fax: 847/526-3565

765/447-6933 Fax: 765/448-9038 South Bend, IN 46619 574/232-1461 Fax: 574/233-3324

Des Moines, IA 800/822-2212

Topeka, KS 800/279-6087

North Platte, NE 800/894-7060

Columbus, OH 800/222-2010

Fort Dodge, IA 800/362-2487

Ulysses, KS 800/472-9238

Omaha, NE 800/416-5095

Lima, OH 800/423-7445

Sioux City, IA 800/352-4693

Kansas City, MO 888/306-3434

Brunswick, OH 800/716-9796

Painesville, OH 866/800-1398

Cambridge, OH 740/439-2747

Poland (Youngstown), OH 866/503-7259

Waterloo, IA 800/772-2019 Dodge City, KS 800/794-0172 Great Bend, KS 800/264-4056 Park City, KS 800/262-0139

Springfield, MO 888/306-2656 Gering, NE 800/205-6784 Grand Island, NE 800/868-4017 Lincoln, NE 800/416-5518

Canton, OH 866/235-0438 Chillicothe, OH 740/663-5300 Cincinnati, OH 800/844-3734

Vandalia (Dayton), OH 800/233-4228 Cranberry Twp, PA 724/776-3636 Delmont, PA 724/837-4500

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