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Indiana is Making ‘Major Moves’ By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

Murphy Tractor Hos ts Customer Event...8

MBI Holds 100th Annual Convention...22

Sal es Stro ng at Ri tchie Bros . Sal e... 94

Table of Contents ........4 Paving, Compaction & Milling Section ......51-73 Parts Section ..............85 Auction Section ..90-103 Business Calendar ......99 Advertisers Index ....102

In 2005, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels constructed a plan — Major Moves — to lease the Indiana Toll Road (ITR) in exchange for an upfront payment of $3.8 billion. The Indiana General Assembly approved the plan and in April 2006, the state entered into a 75year lease with the ITR Concession Company LLC (ITRCC) to operate and manage the Toll Road. ITRCC formally assumed responsibility for all operating and maintenance of the Indiana Toll Road on June 30, 2006. Indiana set aside $2.8 billion of the toll road lease payment to fund highway construction programs. Major Moves enabled INDOT to launch a comprehensive transportation network construction and improvement program to begin or

Pigeon Creek Bridges – The Pigeon Creek Bridges in Gibson County were among the first major bridges built in the I-69 project.

complete construction on more than 200 transportation projects. Major Moves also forestalled the need to raise state income or gas taxes for transportation improvements and allowed Indiana to avoid future debt incurred by borrowing money for highway funding –

Regional Gas Price Disparities Explained

see MOVES page 38

Ky. Paying $8.3M for Property for New Ohio Bridge Approach FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) The state will pay $8.3 million for a historic estate in eastern Jefferson County in order to build a new Ohio River bridge that has been decades in the works. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said it has contracted to buy the Drumanard estate, approximately 50 acres owned by Soterion Corp. The cabinet said in a statement that the purchase is expected to close by April 17. Kentucky and Indiana are working together on the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. Indiana will oversee construction of the eastern bridge connecting the Lee Hamilton Expressway in Indiana and the Gene Snyder Freeway in Kentucky, with the approach tunneled beneath the Drumanard property. Kentucky is contracting for a downtown Louisville bridge and approaches on both sides of the river.

By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

With fuel prices once again on the rise, there is a noticeable disparity in cost from one region to the next, leaving many consumers wondering why. Several factors affect the price of gas everywhere, including demand, supply and supply disruptions, which, in turn, can be affected by events such as hurricanes and politics, distance from the supply source, competition and federal emissions standards — or even higher environmental standards in some regions, which require specific refining, distribution and storage, all of which add to the cost. Environmental programs often require reformulated gasoline that contains additives to reduce

pollutants. Approximately onethird of the gasoline sold in the United States is reformulated. This creates “gasoline market islands,” according to John Cook, director of the petroleum division of the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration. Because the clean-burning requirements in these islands are unique, few refineries can supply them, leading to the possibility of higher prices in certain markets, due to demand or the potential for supply interruptions. Don’t Be Crude Crude oil acquisition costs are the single biggest driver impacting gas prices, according to Tim Hess, analyst of the U.S. Energy Information Administration. see PUMP page 34


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MOTORGRADERS

SKID STEERS

Cat 140M, 2008, N5606, EROPS, A/C, Heat ....................$254,000

Cat 226B2, 2009, W2130 NA, EROPS, Hyd QC ................$29,000 Cat 252B2, 2005, UE1485, EROPS, Heat ..........................$26,500

COMPACTION

Cat 236B, 2006, UE1601, EROPS, Heat, A/C ....................$25,000 Cat CP433E, 2005, UN2062, OROPS ................................$58,000

PATTEN CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

Cat 236B, 2006, UE1602, EROPS, Heat, A/C ....................$25,000 Cat 236B, 2005, UE1233, EROPS, Heat, Self-Leveling ......$25,000

ID# N4761 $49,000

Cat CS54, 2008, N5757, OROPS, Sm Drum ....................$115,000 Cat CS-433E, 2005, UN2129, OROPS................................$48,000

Cat 246C, 2008, UE1047, EROPS, Heat, Aux Hyd ............$36,000 Cat 247B, 2008, UE1549, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ..............$23,300

TRACK LOADERS

Cat 256C, 2007, W1533, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$32,000 Cat 256C, 2007, W1531, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC, SF Hyd ..$34,000

Cat 953C, 2006, N4908, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt....................$80,000

Cat 257B, 2005, W0539, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$27,000

Cat 953C, 2006, N4827, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt ..................$80,000

Cat 257B, 2007, W1522, EROPS, Heat ..............................$29,000

ID# UN1922 $122,000

Cat 953C, 2006, N4907, EROPS, 2.25 CYD GP Bkt ..........$85,000

Cat 272C, 2007, W1905 NA, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$42,000

Cat 963C, 2005, N4354, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt ................$125,000

Cat 287B, 2007, W1561, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$39,000

Cat 963D, 2008, N5718, EROPS, GP Bkt ........................$170,000

Cat 289C, 2009, W2058, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$48,000

Cat 963D, 2008, N5643, EROPS, Heat ............................$180,000

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

Cat 963D, 2008, N5642, EROPS, GP Bkt ........................$180,000

John Deere 320D, 2011, UE1603, EROPS, Bkt ................$34,000

TELEHANDLERS

DOZERS

Cat TH360B, 2006, N4761, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$49,000

Cat D4K LGP, 2008, N5801, EROPS, 3rd Valve ................$90,000

ID# N5606 $254,000 WHEEL LOADERS/LOADER BACKHOES

Cat D5G LGP, 2006, N4976, EROPS, Heat ........................$84,000 Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5413, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$80,000

Cat 416E, 2007, N5303, EROPS, Heat, A/C, E-Stick ..........$78,000

Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5469, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$75,000

Cat 420E IT, 2008, UE1253, EROPS, Heat, A/C, E-Stick ....$70,000

Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5601, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$80,000

Cat 430E, 2007, N5471, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Ride Cntrl......$80,000

Cat D6K XL, 2007, N5337, EROPS, 4th Valve..................$135,000

Cat 430E, 2007, N5415, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ................$96,000

Cat D6N XL, 2007, N5477, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$190,000

Cat 430E IT, 2006, N5209, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................$56,000

Cat D6T LGP, 2008, UN2165, EROPS, ARO Ready ..........$265,000

Cat 906H, 2009, UE1497, EROPS, Ride Ctrl, QC ..............$68,000 Cat 924GZ, 2007, N5786, EROPS, Heat, Ride Control ....$100,000

EXCAVATORS Cat 304CCR, 2006, W0930, OROPS, 2-Way Aux Hyd ......$43,000

Cat 924GZ, 2008, N6148, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CuYd Bkt ....$94,000

ID# N5246 $186,000

Cat 305CR, 2005, W0279, EROPS, A/C, Long Stick ..........$36,000

Cat 924H, 2007, N5786, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CYD Bkt$100,000 Cat 930G, 2006, UN1922, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$122,000

Cat 308C CR, 2005, N3784, 7’3” Stick, QC ......................$58,000

Cat 930G, 2007, N5772, EROPS, 2.9 CYD Bkt, Ride Cntl ..$115,000

Cat 315CL, 2006, N4867, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ..............$78,000

Cat 930H, 2008, N5661, EROPS, Ride Cntl ........................$132,000

Cat 315CL, 2007, N5239, EROPS, 10’2” Stick, QC ............$80,000

Cat 938GII, 2006, N5064, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Ride Cntrl $100,000 Cat 938GII, 2006, UE1454, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$105,000

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Cat 950H, 2007, N5284, EROPS, Heat, Ride Cntrl ..........$175,000 Cat 950H, 2007, N5594, EROPS, Heat, Ride Cntrl ..........$190,000

ID# N5413 $80,000

CALL 887-688-2228

Cat 980H, 2008, UE1484, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$364,000

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We Buy USED Equipment – One Piece or Entire Fleets – Call Jay Germann

Fuchs MHL350B, ’05, 9931 hrs ............$149,500

Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3199 hrs....$146,500

PAVING

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SHREDDERS, TROMMELS

Blaw Knox PF510, ’93, 2,721 hrs ....................$11,500 Gehl 1649 Paver, ’01, 433 hrs ........................$24,500 Hypac C747B, ’01, 3,524 hrs ............................$9,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’00, 1,535 hrs ......................$29,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘03, 3683 hrs ........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘04, 2,739 hrs ......................$26,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’04, 1,823 hrs ......................$24,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘05, 3200 hrs ........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8510LD, ’06, 306 hrs ..........................$74,500 LeeBoy 8515, ’00, 1,303 hrs ..........................$53,500 LeeBoy 8515B, ’09, 1260 hrs ..........................$59,500 Vogele SUPER 700, ’07, 80 hrs ........................$CALL

Komatsu WB140-2N, ’04, 2,805 hrs ..................$CALL

Doppstadt SM617, ’09, 290 hrs ........................$CALL Doppstadt SM720, ’09, 235 hrs ........................$CALL Doppstadt SM726, ’09, 257 hrs ........................$CALL

MILLING Wirtgen W1900, ‘06, 3902 hrs ..........................$CALL Wirtgen W2000, ’03, 2,996 hrs..........................$CALL Wirtgen W2000, ’96, 9,346 hrs..........................$CALL Wirtgen WR2000, ’11, 334 hrs ..........................$CALL Wirtgen WR2500S, ’07, 3,100 hrs ....................$CALL

OFF ROAD TRUCKS Komatsu HD785-5, ’01, 22,508 hrs....................$CALL Komatsu HD785-5, ’01, 25,415 hrs....................$CALL

LeeBoy 8515B, ’09, 1260 hrs ..................$59,500

V I S I T

COMPACTION Cat C563, ’94, 5,794 hrs..................................$31,500 Hamm HD14VV, ’08, 816 hrs ..........................$32,500 Hamm HD14VT, ’09, 1,083 hrs ........................$32,500

DOZERS Case 850K XLT, ’04, 2,646 hrs ........................$47,500 Cat D4C LGP, ’98, 4,617 hrs ............................$24,500 Cat D5C, ’97, 6931 hrs ....................................$26,500 Komatsu D37P-5, ’94, UKN hrs ......................$18,500 Komatsu D37P-5, ’98, 2,624 hrs ....................$21,500 Komatsu D39P-1, ’97, 6,189 hrs ....................$27,500 Komatsu D39EX-21A, ’05, 1,176 hrs ..............$57,500 Komatsu D51PX-22, ’08, 2,436 hrs ..............$129,500 Komatsu D61EX-15, ’05, 4,778 hrs ..............$114,500 Komatsu D65EX-15, ‘05, 5,312 hrs ..............$129,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3199 hrs............$146,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ‘96, 4,969 hrs ................$49,500 Komatsu D155AX-5, ’03, 6,809 hrs ..............$224,500

WHEEL LOADERS Cat 980G, ’03, 15,594 hrs..............................$124,500 Dresser 540, ’89, 4,082 hrs ............................$24,500 Komatsu WA200-5, ’05, 617 hrs ....................$97,500 Komatsu WA320-6, ’08, 3961 hrs ................$126,500 Komatsu WA380-5, ‘06, 4965 hrs ................$132,500 Komatsu WA400-5L, ’04, 7,169 hrs ................$94,500 Volvo L220E, ’03, 15,335 hrs ..........................$49,500

FORESTRY Deere 548E, ’91, 15,300 hrs............................$32,000 Deere 653/Slingshot Heat, ’97........................$25,000 Fecon FTX90L, ’05, 630 hrs ............................$72,000 Franklin 132XL Forwarder ..............................$16,000 Franklin 132XL Forwarder ..............................$40,000 Franklin 3000/Stroke Head, ’92 ........................$9,800 Valmet 415EX/380, ’07, 5275 hrs..................$198,000 Valmet 840.2/6, ’06 ......................................$165,000 Valmet 840.3/8, ’06, 9,592 hrs ....................$185,000 Valmet 911.3/370.2, ’04, 10,511 hrs ............$168,000

EXCAVATORS Case CX240B, ’07, 4810 hrs..........................$114,500 Fuchs MHL350B, ’05, 9931 hrs ....................$149,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ‘09, 1195 hrs ................$92,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,363 hrs ........$104,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-2EO, ’07, 4377 hrs ......$69,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’07, 3935 hrs............$77,500 Komatsu PC270LC-7, ’04, 4,608 hrs ............$124,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’02, 4,887 hrs ............$134,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ’06, 4,609 hrs ........$144,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ‘07, 1,230 hrs ........$189,500 Komatsu PC400LC-8, ’07, 2,811 hrs ............$239,500 Komatsu PC750LC-7, ‘05, 4,517 hrs..................$CALL

Cat D4C LGP, ’98, 4617 hrs ....................$24,500

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LIKE NEW LOADERS AT LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE!!! $78,000 JD 644E tool carrier tractors, Complete factory remanufacture in 2001, Marine Corps contract. Everything was gone through (engines, axles, transmissions, pivots, etc) at that time and the units have very low hours since the remanufacture process. Erb is putting on new paint, new air conditioning units, new 4 yd buckets. Units vary in hours and pricing. Pricing for a unit with less than 2500 hrs, with new paint, air conditioning, hydraulic quick coupler, new bucket and good rubber. $78,000

Fiat 65E, 110HP, Blade Bomag BW205, 84" Pitch, 252 Hrs, #A7104 Drum, #A5331 .............. ........................$110,000 ........................$32,000

JD 9520 Scraper Bomag BW180AD, 71" Tractor, #U10748, 3 to JD 310SG, #N4288, choose from .................. Cab, Air, Aux Hyd .......... Drum, #A4597 .............. ................$118,000 Ea. ........................$52,000 ........................$38,000

JD 800CLC, 14' 5" Arm, JD 600CLC, 13' 5" Arm, 36" Pads, #N4385 ........ 36" Pads, #U10798 ...... ......................$450,000 ......................$185,000

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1988 Cat 627E ........................................$85,000

1988 Cat 627E ........................................$85,000

Cat 426C ................................................$31,500

1994 CAT D4HXL ..................................$24,500

S/N 6GB00654, 22,350 hours, Erops, push pull, tires 2 good – 2 fair, retarder, p t guard

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

S/N 6XN03727, 5174 Hrs, EROPS, E-Stick, 4x4, 24” Bkt, Tires Good

S/N 8PJ00616, 9847 hrs, Orops, 90% undercarriage remaining, V PAT BLADE

1986 Fiat Allis FG95A ..........................$18,500

1979 Cat 631D ......................................$45,100

1983 Cat D6D ........................................$34,000

2004 Gehl 4840 ......................................$14,500

S/N 45M00169, 12636 hours, erops, 14' blade, tires fair

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

S/N 04X08892, 2574 hours, orops, u/c fair, sheet metal good, frame hours unknown

S/N 406754, 2067 Hrs, Orops, 2-speed, hydraulic coupler, bucket, tires poor

2006 Cat D5KLGP................................$115,000

1998 Cat IT28G......................................$47,500

1994 Case 850G ....................................$27,500

2009 Gehl 7810E....................................$22,500

S/N YYY00151, 1504 hrs, Erops, A/C, 26” tracks, blade

S/N 8CR01529, 16,143 Hrs, EROPS, Std Differentials, Tires 50%, Bkt

S/NJJG0217270, 7871 hours, orops, sweeps, P.A.T. blade rear screen, u/c good to fair

S/N 905605, 4038 Hrs, EROPS, Heat, Manual Coupler, 2-Speed, No Bkt, Tires: 2 Good, 2 Fair

2006 Cat 216B ......................................$18,500

2000 CAT D5CXLIII................................$29,500

1993 Bomag BW202AD ......................$22,500

2008 Cat 272C........................................$33,500

S/N RLL03958, 1050 hrs, Orops, bucket, man quick coupler, heat, 1-speed

S/N 7PS01311, 3315 Hrs, EROPS, Undercarriage Fair

S/N 109640600102, 3160 Hrs, Orops, 84" double drum, asphalt roller, water system

S/N RED00965, EROPS, A/C, Tires Fair, 1743 hrs, Hyd Quick Coupler

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Murphy Tractor Says ‘Thanks’ With Customer Event Murphy Tractor & Equipment Company Inc. invited customers to attend an appreciation event held at its North Platte, Neb., branch location on Feb. 23. The event was held to show thanks to customers for their continued business with the company. “With over 250 attendees, I was very pleased with the turnout and the positive comments I received from our customers. A special thank you to the staff at North Platte for their hard work to help make the event a success,” said Dwight Englert, branch manager, Attendees had the opportunity to learn more about equipment on the market, enjoy lunch, share their own views and meet with personnel from Murphy Tractor and John Deere. Product consultants from John Deere attended the event to provide support to customers. Jason Welch, machine technology specialist, Murphy Tractor, presented worksite solutions to customers, which included: • JDLink: Built-in technology that allows you to access information about your machine’s location and performance. • Fleet Care: A service which interprets machine data and advises the best methods to proactively control machine health. • Service Advisor Remote: Allows Murphy Tractor to connect remotely to your machine for diagnostic trouble codes, record performance data and update software remotely, without requiring a job site visit. Murphy Tractor & Equipment Company Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in Park City, Kan. The organization has 28 locations throughout the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.

Todd Ehlers, resident field technician, provides product support to customers in the Colby, Kan., area. Ehlers is a John Deere certified technician with more than 25 years of experience.

Murphy Tractor Service Technician, Jake Tolstedt (R) discusses features of John Deere D-Series skid steer.

A John Deere 770GP motorgrader on display.

Attendees sign up for a chance to win door prizes.

A customer from Biehl Cattle Company checks out a John Deere excavator.

Dwight Englert, branch manager, and other Murphy Tractor personnel mingle with customers.

Larry Hock of Paulsen Inc. (L) speaks with the president of Murphy Tractor, Tom Udland.

Attendees enjoy lunch and a worksite solutions presentation from Murphy Tractor.


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Go to www.fabickcat.com for a complete listing and description of our new and used equipment.

Portable Screen Telsmith offers an array of inclined and horizontal portable screening plants that have been designed to meet the variety of challenges encountered in different applications. Whether you need the ruggedness required when scalping large stone, to the finesse necessary for finish sizing, Telsmith has an efficient portable solution to meet your site needs.

Model TJ3258 - Jaw Crusher Designed around the Telsmith 3258 hydraulic jaw crusher, the TJ3258 is specifically designed to deliver high production while processing hard, abrasive stone. With a large crusher gape and width, the 3258 processes larger feed and has greater crushing capacity than competitive models. The 3258 jaw also incorporates unique hydraulic features proven to reduce maintenance and downtime to an absolute minimum: • Hydraulic Adjustment: reduces maintenance through simple, fast push button controls. • Hydraulic Relief: lowers operating costs through tramp metal overload protection. • Hydraulic Chamber Clearing: safely clears the crusher in minutes for increased uptime.

Model TI6060 - Impact Crusher Featuring the heavy duty Telsmith PA6060 Primary Impact Crusher, this plant is engineered for maximum productivity while processing less abrasive quarried stone or concrete recycle. Capable of receiving 40” stone or 58" wide concrete slabs, the PA6060 has proven to be a dependable, low cost producer. Advanced hydraulic features built into the PA6060 reduce maintenance and downtime providing increased production: • Hydraulic Apron Adjustment: reduces maintenance through simple, fast push button controls. • Hydraulic Relief: lowers operating costs through tramp metal overload protection. • Hydraulic Tilt Feed Plate: safely clears bridging in minutes for greater uptime.

DID YOU KNOW? For over a hundred years, Telsmith has designed and manufactured in the United States of America.

Crushers should operate for decades. With that standard in mind, Telsmith designs, manufactures and services a range of jaw, cone and impact crushers as well as single-deck to quad-deck screens.


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USED EQUIPMENT 1974 CMI SUBURBAN 56-120

2008 CAT D6K LGP

2000 CAT PS360

2007 CAT 924G

Slipform paver, 12’-24’, CAT 3306 Engine, Float Pan, Hyd. Vibrators, Auto Float.......... ............................................................$34,000

S/N DHA00679, 2492 Hrs, AC, 4th Valve, Accugrade Ready ........................$129,500

S/N 9LS00183, 2427 Hrs, 2 Speed Trans, Variable Forward/Reverse ............$83,000

s/n RTA00851, cab, a/c, 2.3yd bucket, Tier ll engine ........................................$115,000

2007 CAT 315CL

1994 CAT 928F

2007 CAT 320CL

2004 JOHN DEERE 310SG

S/N CJC05317, 1900 hours, 10’2” stick, coupler, hammer circuit, a/c ......$115,000

S/N 2XL00486, 4517 Orig. Hrs, GP Bkt, Cleaned/Painted, Good Operating Condition ........................................$62,000

S/N PAB07035, 2300 Hrs, quick coupler, mechanical thumb, 42” bucket ..$122,500

486 Actual Hours, Open ROPS, 4 Wheel Drive, Standard Stick ....................$53,500

1998 CAT 973

2004 CAT 980G II

2008 CAT 908H

1996 GOMACO GT3600

3000 Hrs, Cab w/Heater, Waste Disposal Package, 90% U/C ........................$106,000

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

s/n MXF00268, 626 hours, cab, a/c, 1.4yd gp bucket, forks ............................$77,000

1515 hours, Molds available ........$60,000

1991 CAT 963

1975 JOHN DEERE 570A

2011 NORAM 65E

2010 MORBARK 4600XL

12,500 Hrs, Cab w/Heater, Bushing Wear 50%, Runs and Operates Well ......$39,000

Cab w/Heater, Front Scarifier, Front Tires are New, Rear 75%, Very Clean ....$23,500

5.0 Hrs, 10’ Blade, AC, Front Scarifier ...... ......................................................$129,000

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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West Side Tractor Sales ARTBA Hails SCOTUS Ruling Adds Experience to Staff on Clean Water Act Case West Side Tractor Sales recently made a series of personnel additions. Jen Snow joined West Side Tractor Sales as HR manager in October of 2011. She will be working with all ten West Side locations on a variety of HR initiatives, such as training, employee relations, performance management, benefits, hiring and compliance. Lauren Coffaro became marketing manager in February 2012. Coffaro will be working on communications and sales strategy for West Side, incorporating marketing, advertising, PR, special events and social media efforts. Fred Barrett is a sales representative at the Indianapolis, Ind., location. Barrett will be responsible for new and used construction equipment, attachments and trailers in 10 counties west of Indianapolis to the Illinois border. A seasoned professional with more than 12 years in sales experience, Barrett has joined the West Side team with extensive knowledge in construction equipment and attachments. Prior to sales, Barrett was a heavy machinery operator for five years which contributed to his firsthand knowledge of construction equipment. Neal Hall also has joined the Indianapolis, Ind., location as a sales representative. Hall will be serving 11 counties in eastern Indiana in new and used construction equipment, attachments and trailers. Hall has 15-plus years in construction equipment sales. Curt Pattengale has been added to the Lafayette, Ind., location as a sales representative. Pattengale will be responsible for new and used skid steers, compact excavators, compact track loaders, attachments, trailers and commercial mowing equipment and accessories in the counties surrounding Lafayette, Ind. Pattengale has more than eight years of experience in the construction industry as a technician and salesman. West Side Tractor Sales, based in Naperville, Ill., is a John Deere construction and forestry dealership with ten locations throughout northern Illinois and Indiana. For more information, visit www.westsidetractorsales.com or call 765/447-6933.

Fred Barrett

Jen Snow

Neal Hall

Curt Pattengale

The U.S. Supreme Court March 21 unanimously agreed with the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and its allies, and suspended the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) seemingly automatic presumption of the need for a wetlands permit on all needed infrastructure and residential improvements. It marks the second major legal victory for the transportation construction industry from the nation’s highest court since lateFebruary. ARTBA, the only transportation construction association involved in Sackett v. U.S. EPA, joined with 11 other industry associations in filing a brief last year, urging the court to correct a fundamental problem with the Clean Water Act’s wetlands approval process, forcing parties to secure a permit in order to determine whether or not the permit was actually required in the first place. As such, projects are compelled to obtain permits they might not actually need — adding delay and cost. The ruling will force EPA to make substantial changes to its permitting

process and help interject more certainty for current and future transportation projects. “There is no reason to think that the Clean Water Act was uniquely designed to enable the strong-arming of regulated parties into ‘voluntary compliance’ without the opportunity for review — even judicial review of the question whether the regulated party is within the EPA’s jurisdiction,” Justice Antonin Scalia wrote in the court’s decision. On Feb. 22, the court also ruled unanimously in ARTBA’s favor by refusing to widen the scope of the federal Clean Water Act. In PPL Montana, LLC v. Montana, the court addressed the issue of “navigable waters” and removed a road block that could have needlessly delayed transportation improvements. In the last 20 years, ARTBA’s legal efforts have allowed nearly $50 billion in approved — yet challenged — state, regional and local transportation projects and plans to move forward. For more information, visit www.artba.org.

Toro Company Acquires Certain Assets of Astec Underground The Toro Company has acquired certain pete today, but one we believe provides great utility and underground product assets of opportunity to drive global share growth in Astec Underground Inc., a wholly-owned these new categories.” subsidiary of Astec Industries Inc. Terms of Based in Chattanooga, Tenn., Astec the transaction were not disclosed. Industries Inc. is a manufacturer of specialThrough the acquisition, Toro has acquired Astec Underground’s equipment line of vibratory plows, trenchers and horizontal directional “The underground utilities drills for the underground utilities space represents a market in market. Typically used in the installation, repair and replacement of which we don’t compete utilities with minimal impact on surrounding landscapes or struc- today.” tures, these products are designed Rick Rodier Toro’s Sitework Systems Business for power distribution, telecommunications, utility companies, and landscape and irrigation contractors. ized equipment for asphalt road building, “This acquisition helps further grow aggregate processing, pipeline and utility Toro’s product presence in the landscape and trenching, and wood processing. The prodground engaging markets, along with pro- ucts Toro is acquiring, which does not viding access to a new category close to our include Astec’s Trencor product line, are core businesses,” said Rick Rodier, general manufactured at the Astec Underground manager of Toro’s Sitework Systems facility in Loudon, Tenn. Business. “The underground utilities space For more information, visit represents a market in which we don’t com- www.toro.com.


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2011 10’ Service Van: 4.8L V8, Auto, A/C, Single Rear Wheels, Cab Access Door, 6 Compartments w/Adjustable Shelves, 48” Rear Swing Doors, Pine Floor, S/N 110748 ............ ..........................................Sale Price $32,578

2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500: Regular Cab Standard Box 2-Wheel Drive Work Truck ........ ..........................................Sale Price $17,995

2011 Aluminum Utility Van: 6.0L V8, Auto, A/C, 8 Compartments w/Adjustable Shelves, 45% Lighter than Steel, Higher Payload, 9% Fuel Savings, 10’Lx52”Wx57”H Interior Load Space, S/N 110862 ..........Sale Price $32,697

2011 Express 1500 Work Van: 4.3 Vortec V6, S/N 112444 ......................Sale Price $21,999

4x4 8’ Flatbed: Pine Floor, Steel Side Rails, Stake Pockets, Bulkhead w/Screen Window, 2011 2500 4x4 6.0 L V8, Snow Plow Prep w/4.10 Ratio, S/N 110898 Sale Price $28,672

2012 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 12’ Flatbed: 2WD Reg Cab 162” WB, 4.10 Ratio, 6.0L V8 S/N 121418 ........Sale Price $28,262

2011 4x4 Ext Service Body: 2500HD, 6.0L V8, Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Compartment Entry, Steel Box, 4’ Wide Load Floor, 6 Compartments w/Adjustable Shelves, S/N 112488 ......................Sale Price $35,995

Hot Shot Lightweight Insulated Fiberglass Food Transport Body: 50% Oven, 50% Refrigerator or Freezer, 4.3 V6, 1500 2WD Reg Cab, S/N 101488 ..............Sale Price $34,995

12’ Diesel Flatbed: Pine Floor, Steel Side Rails, Stake Racks, Tommy Rail Gate, Bulkhead w/Screen Window, 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 2WD Reg Cab 162” WB, Duramax 6.6L V8, S/N 110238 ................Sale Price $37,883

2011 4x4 Red Service Body: 4x4 2500HD, 6.0L V8, Auto, A/C, Locking Differential, Steel Box, 4’ Wide Load Floor, 6 Compartments w/Adjustable Shelves, S/N 111291 .................. ..........................................Sale Price $30,277

2011 2500 4x4 Service Body: 4.10 Ratio, Snow Plow Prep, 6.0 l V8, Service Body/Utility Body, Steel Box, 4’ Wide Load Floor, 6 Compartments w/Adjustable Shelves, S/N 111132 ............................Sale Price $30,855

2011 Chevrolet Express Commercial Cutaway RWD 3500 139” WB Work Van: 3500 6.0 L V8, Dually, 12’ Cube, S/N 112526 ..........................................Sale Price $29,834

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2011 12’ Cube Van: 6.0 L V8, Locking Rear Dif, S/N 111983 ..............Sale Price $23,995

2012 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 9’ Dump: 4WD Reg Cab 137.5” WB, 4.10 Ratio, Snowplow Prep, 6.0l V8, S/N 121629 .............. ..........................................Sale Price $35,234

2011 Utility Van: 6.0L V8, Auto, A/C, 8 Compartments w/Adjustable Shelves, 2 Rear Access Conduit Doors, 10’Lx52”Wx57”H Interior Load Space, S/N 112363 .................... ..........................................Sale Price $31,507

2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Extended Cab Long Box 4-Wheel Drive Work Truck: S/N 112669 ..............................Sale Price $32,597

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*All Sale Prices Include Manufacturer Rebate & Commercial Rebate For Qualified Commercial Customers To Dealer, Not Including Tax Or License. May need to trade in a ‘99 or newer vehicle.”


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Titan Machinery Hosts Grand Opening

T

itan Machinery held a grand opening event March 23 at its Rogers, Minn., location. The day offered Titan Machinery a chance to showcase a number of the new pieces of equipment it has available for rent. In addition to the opportunity to test equipment from Case, Wacker Neuson, Bryan Ellis of BE Grading, Big Lake, Minn., bought an JLG, Terex and Leica, excavator from Titan and is considering adding some- attendees also were served Jim Ochetti of Titan Machinery, Rogers Minn., is all smiles as he stands in front of this thing like this Case SV250 with a Virnig grapple to his a free lunch. Seppi Super Forst 250 with a 8 ft. 2 in. cutting width attached to a Barko 937 375 HP. fleet.

Titan Machinery’s Dennis Moening (L) and fellow master chef Mike Werman, Titan machine control specialist, cook up pork chops, hot dogs and veggie burgers for open house attendees.

Mark Martin of MM Dirtworks, Elk River, Minn., likes what he sees in this Case CX135SR mini-excavator.

Titan Rentals Account Manager Tom Deveny of Shakopee, Minn., stops for a photo next to this Wacker Nueson 625 generator and E2200 ground thaw unit.

Drew Stillwell (L), inventor of the Stillwell powered hydraulic trailer jack; and Stillwell Jacks Sales Representative Justin Kendall of Minneapolis, Minn., are happy to show off their time-saving product at the open house.


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6340 Highway 101 Shakopee MN 55379 952.445.5400 952.445.0365 fax shakopee.titanmachinery.com

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Register for Door Prizes and Receive a Free TITAN Hat

Great Buy! Rugby 50 Laser Package with Tripod and Fiberglass Rod

$899


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More production. More profits. Let’s work. More breakout force. More uptime you can trust and depend on. More comfort in the legendary Volvo Care Cab. Get to Nuss Truck & Equipment for the Volvo L350F Wheel Loaders that are stronger and more purpose built for load after load of work. Get yours today at your local Nuss branch and get more work done with Volvo.

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CAT 312CL 0.98 YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 90 HP, Cab w/Heat & AC, 9’10” Stick, 36” Bkt w/Teeth, Single Shank Fixed Thumb, Good U/C w/28” Pads ..................................$56,500

CAT 320CL 1.83-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 128 HP, Cab w/Heat & AC, 9'6" Stick, 42" Bucket w/Teeth, Very Good UC w/ 31.5" Pads .. ............................................................$97,500

CASE 580 SUPER M 4X4 1-YARD LOADER BACKHOE, 73 HP, Canopy, GP Front Bucket w/Bolton Edge, 36” Hoe Bucket w/Teeth, Good Tires.. ............................................................$37,500

1991 GMC TOPKICK SLE SINGLE AXLE DUMP TRUCK, Gas, 5-Speed Manual, 11’9” Dump Box w/26” Sides, 22,300 GVWR, 8100 Front Axle, 14,200 Rear Axle..........................$7,750

2012 WITZCO CHALLENGER RG-50, 50-Ton TriAxle Detachable Ground Bearing Lowboy, 24’ Loadwell, Outriggers, Self-contained, Spring Suspension, LowPro Tires, Budd Wheels, $ Included FET ............4 In Stock $38,266 Each

FIAT ALLIS FG65C TANDEM DRIVE ARTICULATED MOTOR GRADER, 80 HP, Canopy, 6F-3R CAT D7F HYDRAULIC STRAIGHT DOZER Powershift, 10’ Moldboard w/Sideshift & Tilt, W/TILT, 180 HP, Canopy, Powershift, Good Very Good Tires ..................................$34,500 Undercarriage w/22” Pads ..................$36,500

CAT D5G XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 90 CAT D3G XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 77 HP, Canopy, Heater, Hydrostatic Drive, Joystick HP, Canopy, Hydrostatic Transmission, Joystick Controls, Good U/C w/20” Pads..........$39,500 Controls, Very Good Undercarriage w/16" Pads ............................................................$37,500

CASE SUPER L 4X4 1-YARD LOADER BACKHOE, 80 HP, Cab w/Heat, 4F-4R Shuttle Transmission, Extendahoe, 4 Lever Controls, 18” Hoe Bkt w/Teeth, NEW Tires ........$28,500

FIAT ALLIS 65B TANDEM DRIVE MOTOR GRADER, 68 HP, Canopy, 6 Speed Powershift, 10’ Sliding Moldboard, Scarifier, Good Tires .......... ............................................................$22,500

CAT 257B CRAWLER SKID STEER, 57 HP, Canopy, Hydrostatic Drive, Operating Cap 2310 Lbs, Manual Quick Connect, 66” GP Bkt, Very Good 15” Rubber Tracks ....................$21,500

2012 WITZCO CHALLENGER RG-35, 35-Ton Tandem Axle Detachable Ground Bearing CAT 420D 4X4 1-1/4 YARD LOADER BACK- Lowboy 24’ Loadwell, Outriggers, SelfHOE, 88 HP, Cab w/Heat & AC, GP Front Bucket Contained, Spring Suspension, Low Pro Tires, CAT 613B 11-YARD ELEVATING MOTOR w/Bolt-on Edge, 24” Ditching Bucket on Hoe, Budd Wheels, ABS, Price Includes FET ............ SCRAPER, 150 HP, Canopy, Powershift, Good Good Tires ..........................................$42,500 ............................................................$32,100 Chains & Flights, Good Tires ..............$15,500

CAT D6M XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 140 HP, Cab/Heat & AC, Fingertip Control Powershift & Steering, Drawbar, Good UC w/22” Pads..........................................$62,500

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Construction Equipment Guide Special Pricing... Say You Saw it in CEG!

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www.ruddequipment.com Albert Medcalf Office: (502) 456-4050 • Cell: (502) 592-6510 2004 Kobelco SK115SRDZ, s/n YY0305193, 2884 Hrs, Equipped w/a Thumb and Bucket $58,000

2008 Volvo A40E, s/n 12138 with 7596 hours equipped with a tailgate $350,000

2007 Volvo EC330BLC, s/n 80267, 3252 Hrs, Equipped w/ 36” Bkt $180,000

2009 Volvo DD112HF, s/n 200987, 221 Hrs, Excellent Condition $145,000

2008 Volvo L120F, s/n 66481, 19,678 Hrs, Equipped w/Bkt and Solid Tires $82,000

2006 Volvo L330E, s/n 62291, 17,344 Hrs, equipped with 154” Volvo rock bucket $130,000

2003 Volvo L330E, s/n 62117, 23957 Hrs, and a Bucket $135,000

1999 Volvo L220D-LB, s/n 1449, 21,771 hrs, with a bucket $55,000

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Gov. Sam Brownback appointed a construction company owner March 23 to lead the Kansas Department of Transportation, describing the new Cabinet secretary as someone who loves the road-building industry, works hard and “has the blisters to prove it.” Mike King, from McPherson, is taking over the department as it winds up the second year of a 10-year, $8.2 billion program of highway, bridge and other transportation projects. Both he and the governor said they’re committed to the program, and Brownback promised to protect it from raids on its funding. King has worked more than three decades in construction, starting by pouring concrete pavement. He’s owned the family business, King Enterprise Group Inc., since 1991. “He’s a person who understands the meaning of hard work, and he has the blisters to prove it,” Brownback said during a Statehouse news conference. “His family has had sweat equity put in these roads in the state of Kansas. He knows and loves this business.” King will replace Barb Rankin, who became acting secretary in December following the resignation of Deb Miller, who stepped down after nearly nine years as secretary to take a private-sector job. Rankin, who’d served as KDOT’s top attorney, will return to that job. “From a young age, I’ve had a passion for construction,” King said. “As a child growing up in Hesston, I dreamed of building large projects.” King already holds a part-time position as chairman of the Kansas Lottery Commission, having been appointed last year by Brownback, a fellow Republican. However, King will give up his spot on the commission for the secretary’s job. King said his construction company isn’t involved in any state highway projects and concentrates on projects for the oil and gas industry, but he will put his interests in a blind trust. He also plans to sell another, 9-month-old alcohol and drug testing business, Assured Occupational Solutions. Brownback spokeswoman Sherriene Jones-Sontag said King should begin working as secretary within a few weeks, when his financial arrangements are completed. King’s appointment also must be confirmed by the state Senate. King said his construction company has about 70 employees. KDOT has about 2,800 employees and a total budget of $1.6 billion, making it one of the state’s largest agencies. Over the past two decades, when the state has faced financial problems, governors and legislators have repeatedly diverted funds from highway projects to education, social services and other government programs. Brownback himself helped balance the budget last year by shifting $200 million from highway projects to the state’s Medicaid program, which covers health care for the poor, elderly and disabled. But Brownback has promised that he won’t support such a move again to ensure that the projects promised under the current 10-year program are completed. “I want to get us out of the business of the state needing to raid KDOT all the time for the rest of the operations,” he said.


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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 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$63,500 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 IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 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 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . .$13,000 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 Taylor-Way 12' Transport Disc, 24" discs, (4) tires, hyd lift, exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

CRAWLER LOADERS

MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, OFF ROAD HAULERS Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 (2) Cat 637 scrapers, 1975, 91P series, dual Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 engine, OROPS, good rubber . .$23,500 Ea. hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. Kobelco SK200LC Extra Long Reach, 1993, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 32" TBG pads, 42' reach, nice . . . .$68,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” CRAWLER TRACTORS boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Cat D6H, 1987, Semi U blade w/tilt, ROPS, bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 fair U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, aJRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG CRANES pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. TRUCKS & TRAILERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Drott 3330B Carry Deck, 7.5 ton capacity, (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good dsl, 4 section boom 8' jib . . . . . . . .$14,500 Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000

AIR COMPRESSORS IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL SPECIALS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,900 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow-type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $5,200 IAmerican Augers 16" Boring Machine, 10 HP gas, 35,000# thrust, 30' track . .$7,500 BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500 Volvo BL60, 2006, 4x4, EROPS, ext hoe, aux hyd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500 CRUSHING & CONVEYING Read RD90B screening plant, 1994, Lister diesel, dual tires on axle, hyd extensions, good condition, work ready . . . . . .$32,500 Viper 301 Portable Screening Plant, 1997, dsl, 5'x7'. side & rear conveyors, T/A carrier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea.

ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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2010 VOLVO L110F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Heated Air Susp. Seat, Boom Susp, 3rd Function, Hyd. Att. Bracket, Rev. Cooling Fan, Add’l. Work Lights, Block Heater, Care Track, Scale, 4.4 Cy. H/O STE Bkt, w/BOE, 23.5R25 Tires

WHEEL LOADERS 2004 VOLVO L60E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, 2.2 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires ....$72,500 2002 VOLVO L70D, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5-25 Tires ....................................$58,000 2002 VOLVO L70D, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Air Susp. Seat, Work Lights, Boom Susp., Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Limited Slip Rear Differential, 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE ................ ..........................................................$82,500 2003 VOLVO L70D, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Air Susp. Seat, Work Lights, Boom Susp., Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Limited Slip Differential, 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5-25 .. ..........................................................$87,500 2005 VOLVO L70E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 2.9 Cu. Yd. Bkt. w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires ..................................$189,000 2006 VOLVO L70E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 2.9 Cu. Yd. Bkt. w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires ....................................$79,000 2003 VOLVO L90E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, 3rd Function, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 3.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5-25 Tires ..................$92,000 2009 VOLVO L90F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Boom Susp., Caretrack, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, 3.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt, 20.5R25 Tires.......... ........................................................$165,000

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2011 VOLVO L90F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Heated Seat, Boom, Suspension, 3rd Function, Hyd Attachment Bracket, Work Lights Front & Rear, Reversible Cooling Fan, Engine Block Heater, Rotating Beacon, Care Track, 104” 3.5cy Bkt, w/BOE, 20.5R25 Bridgestone VJT L-3 Tires ..........................................$177,000 2009 VOLVO L120F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, Reversible Cooling Fan, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 4.4 CY Bkt, w/BOE, 23.5R25 Tires ..................$CALL 2006 VOLVO L150E, Cab, A/C, radio w/CD, Work Lights, Boom Susp., Return to Dig, 5.25 CY Bkt w/BOE, 26.5R25 Tires ......$CALL 2005 VOLVO L220E, Cab, A/C, Radio, Additional Work Lights, Return to Dig, Boom Susp, 7 Cu Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 29.5R25 Tires ...... ........................................................$135,000 1996 VOLVO L330C, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Boom Susp, 9 Cu. Yd. Spade Nose Bkt w/Teeth, 35/65R33 ............................$57,500 2001 VOLVO L330D, Cab, A/C, Boom Susp., Comfort Drive Cont, 9.6cy Spade Nose Bkt, w/Teeth, 35/65R33 Tires..................$137,000 1998 KOMATSU WB70, Cab, Heater, Front/Rear Work Lights, Hyd QC, Log Bkt w/Teeth, 15/70-18 Bridgestone Tires, C&P .... ..........................................................$23,000

2008 VOLVO EC160CLC, A/C, 28” Pads, 9’10” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$115,000 2003 VOLVO EC210BLC, A/C, Radio, 32” Pads, 9’6” Stick, Hammer/Shear Piping, Geith Pin Grabber, 48” Bkt ..........................$56,500 2005 VOLVO EC210BLC, A/C, Radio, 32” Pads, 9’6” ARM, Hammer/Shear Piping, QC Piping, Heavy CW, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block and Oil Pan Heater, Geith Pin Grabber, 30” Bkt ..............................................$77,500 2010 VOLVO EC210C LC, A/C, Radio w/CD, 32” Pads, 11’6” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, QC Piping, Pilor Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater, Rear camer w/Color LCD Monitor ............................................$154,000 2009 VOLVO ECR235CL, A/C, Radio w/CD, 32” Pads, 9’6” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater ..................................................$CALL 2004 VOLVO EC240B LC, A/C, Radio, 36” Pads, 9’9” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, QC Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater, Wain Roy Twist QC, Rockwell Hyd. Thumb, 72” Ditching Bkt, 42” GP Bkt ............ ..........................................................$95,000 2007 VOLVO EC240BLC, A/C, 36” Pads, 9’9” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilor Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$119,000 2007 VOLVO EC290BLC, A/C, 36” Pads, 13’1” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Q/C, Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$137,500

2008 VOLVO EC290CLC, A/C, 36” Pads, 12’2” Stick, Aux. Hyd. Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$157,000 2003 VOLVO EC360BLC, A/C, Radio, 36” Pads, 60% U/C, 12’13” Stick, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change ..................................$112,000 2005 VOLVO EC360BLC, A/C 36” Pads, 12’10” Stik, Hammer/Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, S-3 Coupler, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block & Oil Pan Heater ......$135,000 2006 VOLVO EC360BLC, 36” Pads, 12’10” Stick, Q/C Piping, Hammer/Shear Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Walk Way, Block Heater ..............................................$137,500 2009 VOLVO EC360C LC, A/C, Radio w/CD, 36” Pads, 12’10” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Slope / Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater ........ ............................................................$CALL 2003 VOLVO EC460BLC, A/C, Radio, 36” PADS, 15’9” Stick, Hammer/Shear Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, HYD CWT Removal................................................$CALL 2003 CATERPILLAR 321C LCR, A/C, Work Lights, 32” Pads, 60% U/C, 9’6” Stick, Hyd Q/C, 30” Bkt ......................................$67,500 2005 CATERPILLAR 345BL, A/C, Radio, Work Lights, 36” Pads, Reach Boom, 12’10” Stick, Hyd Pin Grabber, 54” GP Bkt, Municipal Trade ........................................................$119,000 2006 DEERE 35D, OROPS, Work Lights, 12” Rubber Pads, Offset Boom, Hyd. Thumb, Leveling Blade, Q/C, 16”/24”/36” Bkts$25,000

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MBI Presents 100th Annual Convention

Staff Sergeant Sal Giunta (L) receives the SIR Award from MBI President/CEO Scott Norvell.

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he 100th annual convention of the Master Builders of Iowa was held Feb. 20 to 22 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. In addition to the MBI convention there was an Iowa construction exposition. More than 500 Standing in front of this Mustang 3300V (L-R) are Dan Hutton of Star Equipment’s Des Moines branch; Brad people attended the Masters Award ceremony and this year Bowman of Star Equipment’s Cedar Rapids branch; and Lonnie Umdenstock of Star Equipment’s Des Moines branch; Pat McDowell, vice president of operations of Dave Schmitt Construction, Cedar Rapids and Mitch Staff Sergeant Sal Giunta was presented with the SIR (Skill, Integrity and Responsibility) Award. McDonough also of Star Equipment’s Cedar Rapids branch.

Brandon Humston, compact equipment demo operator of Ziegler CAT, Altoona, Iowa, likes the traffic and sees an uptick in interest from attendees, especially for machines like this Cat 289C.

Taking a look at the features under the hood of this John Deere 328D is Greg McBurney (L) of OMG Midwest, Des Moines, Iowa, with Van Wall Territory Manager Brandon Bice of Perry, Iowa.

(L-R): Mid Country Machinery’s Tim Plegge, Randy Reiners, Trent Cook, Mark Swedlund, Bud Pecoy and Lucas Peed, Kawasaki Products Representative Aaron Reichart, and Mid Country Machinery’s Doug Miller meet and greet the attendees at the 100 year Master Builders of Iowa event.


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2007 Komatsu PC300LC-7E0; #81265, Cab/AC, 13’ Arm, QC, 5550 hrs ........................$159,500

2005 Cat 953C LGP; #80890, Cab/AC, GP Bkt/Teeth, 2-Stick Control, 4100 hrs ....$89,500

2003 Komatsu WA450-5; #80597, Cab/AC, JRB QC/Bkt, Good Paint, 8700 hrs ............$129,500

2011 Komatsu D65WX-16; #81663, Ripper Hyd, Sigma Blade, Sweeps, 30� Tracks, 650 hrs ................................................................$CALL

2006 Ingersoll-Rand SD116DX; #80790, OROPS, 84� Drum w/ Shell Kit, 1900 hrs ..........$89,500

2010 Komatsu PC350LC-8; #81636, Cab/AC, 10’ Arm, 33.5� Shoes, 3100 hrs ..............$CALL

1990 Dresser 850; #81668, Cab, 13’ Moldboard, 14x24 Tires, 3600 hrs ..........................$39,500

2007 Komatsu D51EX-22; #81332, Cab/AC, 20� Shoes, PAT Blade, 1500 hrs................$119,500

2003 Komatsu D37PX-21; #80781, OROPS, 24� Shoes, Good U/C, 4850 hrs............$59,500

2007 Komatsu PC138USLC-8; #81142, 27.5� Shoes, Aux Hyd, 8’ 2� Arm, 3100 hrs $109,500

2007 Komatsu WA250-5; #81439, Cab/AC, QC/3 yd Bkt, 3rd Valve, 4100 hrs........$109,500


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ELFA Releases February’s Survey of Economic Activity The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s (ELFA) Monthly Leasing and Finance Index (MLFI-25) , which reports economic activity for the $628 billion equipment finance sector, showed overall new business volume for February was $5.0 billion, up 22 percent from volume of $4.1 billion in the same period in 2011. Volume was down two percent from the previous month. Year-to-date cumulative new business volume is up 22 percent. Credit quality metrics were mixed. Receivables over 30 days increased to 2.5 percent in February, up from a two-year low of 1.9 percent in January, due to higher-thannormal delinquencies reported by one of the 25 companies responding to the survey. Charge-offs were unchanged from the previous month at 0.5 percent. Credit approvals rose to 79 percent in February up from 77 percent in January. Finally, total headcount for equipment finance companies in February remained unchanged from the previous month, and was down 3.0 percent year over year. Supplemental data show that the construction and trucking industries continued to lead the underperforming sectors. Separately, the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation’s Monthly Confidence Index (MCI-EFI) for March is 61.7, up from the February index of 59.6, indicating industry participants are optimistic despite concerns that external factors, including gas

prices and the upcoming elections, may have on the market. ELFA President and CEO William G. Sutton said: “The data show that companies continue to invest in equipment, replacing obsolete and worn assets in some sectors while beginning to expand in others. The roller coaster trend pattern of our credit-quality metrics, aging of receivables, charge-offs and credit approvals are caused by the unique aspects of different sectors and their cashflow cycles. However, we see them continuing to move in a positive direction overall.” Jerry Newell, executive vice president, Bank of the West, headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., said, “Bank of the West Equipment Finance has seen an increase in capital spending and equipment finance activity across most equipment sectors including technology, manufacturing, construction, healthcare, and agriculture. Much of this activity is for replacement equipment that was deferred in the downturn, but we have also noted capital spending for expansion, which is a positive sign. While a few industry segments remain soft, overall we are cautiously optimistic that the equipment leasing and finance industry will continue to see growth at a moderate pace this year.” About the ELFA’s MLFI-25 The MLFI-25 is the only index that reflects capex, or the volume of commercial equipment financed in the United States. The

MLFI-25 is released globally at 8 a.m. Eastern time from Washington, D.C., each month, on the day before the U.S. Department of Commerce releases the durable goods report. The MLFI-25 is a financial indicator that complements the durable goods report and other economic indexes, including the Institute for Supply Management Index, which reports economic activity in the manufacturing sector. Together with the MLFI-25 these reports provide a complete view of the status of productive assets in the U.S. economy: equipment produced, acquired and financed. The MLFI-25 is a time series that reflects two years of business activity for the 25 companies currently participating in the survey. The latest MLFI-25, including methodology and participants is available at http://www.elfaonline.org/Research/MLFI/. MLFI-25 Methodology The ELFA produces the MLFI-25 survey to help member organizations achieve competitive advantage by providing them with leading-edge research and benchmarking information to support strategic business decision making. The MLFI-25 is a barometer of the trends in U.S. capital equipment investment. Five components are included in the survey: new business volume (originations), aging of receivables, charge-offs, credit approval ratios, (approved vs. submitted) and head-

count for the equipment finance business. The MLFI-25 measures monthly commercial equipment lease and loan activity as reported by participating ELFA member equipment finance companies representing a cross section of the equipment finance sector, including small ticket, middle-market, large ticket, bank, captive and independent leasing and finance companies. Based on hard survey data, the responses mirror the economic activity of the broader equipment finance sector and current business conditions nationally. About the ELFA The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) is the trade association that represents companies in the $628 billion equipment finance sector, which includes financial services companies and manufacturers engaged in financing capital goods. ELFA members are the driving force behind the growth in the commercial equipment finance market and contribute to capital formation in the United States and abroad. Its over 550 members include independent and captive leasing and finance companies, banks, financial services corporations, broker/packagers and investment banks, as well as manufacturers and service providers. ELFA has been equipping business for success for more than 50 years. For more information, visit www.elfaonline.org.

Wright Express Releases Construction Fuel Index Results Wright Express Corporation, a global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions, in collaboration with IHS, a leading global source of information and analytics, released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated a decrease of 0.6 percent in February versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. The construction segment comprises approximately 20 percent of the Wright Express portfolio of customers. Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including over 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and 45,000 vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly,

quarterly and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced using the yearover-year percent change of the monthly data. For February 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies decreased by 0.6 percent versus February 2011 and increased by 1.1 percent versus the previous month. “The analysis of the February 2011 FCI data has been mixed for the construction industry,” said Michael Dubyak, chairman and chief executive officer of Wright Express. “The 1.1 percent increase in fuel consumption in February 2012 is a nice rebound from the previous month; however in January 2012 total construction put-inplace declined 0.1 percent, with construction spending excluding improvements falling 0.3 percent.” The Wright Express Construction FCI, which is available monthly in advance of the U.S. Census Bureau figures on construction spending, is available at www.wrightexpress.com/fci. February 2012 Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI) According to the Wright Express

Construction FCI, a true recovery remains a long way off, but the construction industry has seen small growth in recent months with improvements extending into this year. Additionally, while increases are likely unsustainable given the budgetary problems confronting state and local governments, infrastructure spending posted a solid 1.0 percent increase and is up 6.8 percent over the past six months. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, the February result of the Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index reflects the slowly recovering construction industry. After falling 2.0 percent in January, the seasonally-adjusted index regained some ground in February. Housing inventory dropped to 2.31 million units in January, the lowest level since March 2005. These numbers suggest that the housing glut is going away; however, other data suggest that getting rid of the excess will be a drawn-out affair that will take at least two more years. For example, the homeowner vacancy rate, which measures the proportion of homes that are vacant and for sale, stood at 2.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011, down from 2.7 percent four quarters earlier. This vacan-

cy rate is consistent with a glut of about a half of a million houses. At the current pace, eliminating the overhang should take less than two years, but will probably take longer, because it is concentrated in a few high-unemployment states. The construction numbers for 2011 were dismal. Total construction spending was at its lowest level since 1999. But the numbers improved as the year went on. The improvements will extend into this year. Still, 2012 is not expected to be much better than 2011 for the construction industry. About Wright Express Wright Express is a provider of valuebased, business payment processing and information management solutions. The company’s fleet, corporate and prepaid payment solutions provide its more than 350,000 customers with security and control across a wide spectrum of business sectors. The company’s operations include Wright Express Financial Services, Pacific Pride, Wright Express Prepaid Cards Australia and Wright Express Fuel Cards Australia. Wright Express and its subsidiaries employ more than 850 associates in six countries. For more information, about Wright Express, visit wrightexpress.com.


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PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR362L - ‘08 • Electric 8-16’ screed, Top Con Syst V, approx 1563 hrs............................................................................$177,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘10 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/ Hopper Insert, 940 hrs..........................................................................................$289,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘11 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/Hopper Insert, 427 Hrs ........................................................................................$429,900 GILCREST PROPAV 8-13 - ‘00 • Conv Fed, 8’-13’ Track Paver, 2975 Hrs...... ........................................................................................................$14,500 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 277 Hrs........$95,000 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 45 Hrs........$105,500 MIDLAND SPD-8 - ‘11 • RH & LH Discharge Widener to 8’, 340 Hrs............ ......................................................................................................$145,000 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

MILLING MACHINES ROTEC RX400 - ‘11 • 48” Cut, 4 Track, Front Loading, Mill w/470 Hrs ........ ......................................................................................................$349,500 WIRTGEN W50 - ‘11 • 20” Cut, 3 Wheel, Rear Discharge Mill w/150 Hrs .... ......................................................................................................$164,700

ROLLERS SAKAI CR270 - 36", 3000lb, 4000VPM, vibratory, 217 hrs ..............$9,800 SAKAI GW750 - ‘11 • Vibratory Pneumatic, 79’ Wide, 320 Hrs ....$109,900 SAKAI R2H-2 - ‘10 • 3 Wheel Static Roller, 83” Wide Coverage, 350PLI, 450 Hrs ..........................................................................................$85,000 SAKAI SW300-1 - ‘09 • 39.2" Dbl Drum vib, “on rent”, 260 hrs......$22,500 SAKAI SW320 - '07 • 47" Dbl Drm Vib w/foldable ROPS, 535 hrs ..$16,950 SAKAI SW800II - '09 • 67" Dbl Drm Vib, 1115 hrs..........................$57,500 SAKAI SW800II - ‘11 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/remaining standard and EPTW, 96 hrs..............................................................................................$95,000 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 541 hrs ................................................................................$87,500

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Caterpillar Takes Trade Writers on Tour of N.C. Facility By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

ed shape of a bucket for load retention, and separately dedicated hydraulic pumps for front-load arms and steering so the performance of neither is degraded at peak working moments. Another added value is a seatmounted, adjustable, electronic joystick for controlling an implement. Of probably greater import is the reduced rated-speed setting of Cat’s C6.6 ACERT engine — down to 1,800 rpm from 2,400 rpm. Think what that means: getting the same amount of work done from a slowerrunning engine. That translates into less fuel consumption — a 30 percent reduction — and less noise for the operator, plus a longerlasting engine because pistons are completing fewer cycles per operating hour. More pluses: a “creeper control” that delinks speed from rpm when additional ground power is the need. Cabin noise reduced to 66 decibels. An air intake for the engine moved to the rear from the sides where wheels are churning up dirt around the hulking machines. (The K Series might be termed “small loaders,” but the smallest of them weighs 14 tons [12.7 t].) A passive diesel filter that automatically burns away particulates so filter maintenance is necessary only after 12 to 16,000 hours of operaDuring a demonstration at the visitors center, an operator lowered the rear-facing tion. An entire side of engine hooding that bucket on a 308E, detached the boom from the bucket, used the boom to nudge the swings up for easy access for mechanics. “Our message,” said Grimes, “is put the bucket around on the ground, and then reattached the boom to the now-front-facfuel in the machine and run it.” ing bucket — all within about a minute and without leaving the operator’s seat.

Immerse trade writers for three days in Caterpillar small construction equipment and what is the one-word takeaway? Engineering. Obviously, a lot of things are going on under that Caterpillar Yellow paint. “When the engineers talk to a customer to see what a company values, and design it in, it shows up well in the new equipment,” said Deke Yeargin, senior project engineer and site manager of a Cat engineering and test facility in Clayton, N.C. “If we can get our engineers on the tractors, it gives them a better feel for what they are designing.” The 285-acre test property, developed four years ago across N.C. 42 from Cat’s Building Construction Products (BCP) Division facility, is where engineers get all the “seat time” they want to evaluate their designs for backhoes, compact tractors, and small wheel loaders. The facility was toured by the trade writers as a prelude to introduction of new models at the BCP. At the test site, a high-profile, open, allweather test building is a prominent vertical structure. However, most of the developed acreage is given over to such landscape features as a concrete “deadman” wall for test machines to push and pull against to validate computer tests, a ramped area for loading and dumping exercises, a variable grade road course, and a half-mile banked track D Series Skid Steers with both gravel and conThe new 272D and 292D crete surface areas. New skid steers — including high generation engines are tested performance XHP models at this center — continuous, — meet Stage IIIB/Tier IV around-the-clock running — Interim emission standards, to establish performance and but that’s a given. The endurance baselines. machines feature a thicker One open area of the site front-door panel glass (now is where new machines get ½ inch) and an engine comtheir buckets and blades partment in the rear that is dirty in red clay. To ensure sealed from the cabin and that comparisons between hydraulic lines in the front. earthmoving machines are Swinging up the hinged skid valid, the soil is periodically steer cab — floor and all — excavated 8 to 10 ft. deep now reveals a remarkably and then layered and packed accessible and neatly laid out in 3 to 4-ft. strata so that the area of hydraulic lines. ground consistency is uniThe new skid steers also form top to bottom for each Hershberger of Caterpillar talks about mainte- Joel Grimes, Cat’s senior marketing engineer for small ride on fully suspended new dig. Such painstaking Kevin nance access on a Cat F Series backhoe. wheel loaders, discusses the 938K wheel loader. undercarriages, two torsion care assures engineers that bars per side. The effect is a virtual and actual test results are calibrated to latest generation of small and compact which necessarily are more expensive than more comfortable ride, longer undercarriage known density. “We firmly believe these machines are equipment rolled out in static and operating machines equipped with Tier 3 technology life, and better traction, perhaps especially — will receive more for their money than on tracked skid steers. “Hooking it to the going to redefine the industry,” said Joel displays. That the new machines redefine standards just new power plants with lower emission ground” is one of the virtues of a machine Grimes, senior marketing engineer for small running on belts, noted skid steer Senior wheel loaders, standing next to one of the of excellence seems to be a core claim of all standards. Marketing Engineer Kevin Coleman, and 938K Series loaders produced by the inten- new Cat equipment powered by engines Cat has “the longest belt in the industry.” K Series Small Wheel Loaders sive testing across the highway. For three meeting Stage IIIA&B/Tier IV Interim Other new features on the D Series skid In the case of the K Series loaders, the days at the BCP visitors center, Grimes and emission standards. The idea is that cusother Cat marketing personnel extolled the tomers buying the Cat Tier IV models — extra value is in such dividends as the patentsee TOUR page 42


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Attachments Manufacturer TrynEx CSDA Unveils New International Celebrates 15 Years Logo at WOA 2012 TrynEx International, the manufacturer of SnowEx, TurfEx and SweepEx product lines, celebrated its 15-year anniversary on March 2, 2012. Established in 1997, TrynEx was formed from a small lawn care and snow removal company. Using field experience to develop unique products, TrynEx began by manufacturing a limited line of spreaders and broom attachments. The company has grown and now offers a diverse line of professional-duty products aimed at boosting efficiency and reliability. TrynEx is known for multiple breakthroughs during its 15 years in business. These include offering the first spreader with a rotomolded polyethylene hopper, developing the first pivot mount swing-away spreader and engineering the first auger feed system for spreaders. TrynEx continues to invest in the industry through research and development aimed at customer

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Enbridge to Spend $3.8B on Pipeline Work CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Pipeline builder Enbridge Inc. is investing nearly $4 billion in a new round of construction that will increase the flow of Canadian oil sands crude to the U.S. Gulf Coast. Enbridge, Canada’s largest transporter of crude, said March 27 it will expand its Flanagan South Pipeline from Flanagan, Ill., to Cushing, Okla., to a 36-in. (91 cm) diameter line with a capacity of 585,000 barrels per day. The Flanagan pipeline, expected to be in service by mid2014, will be built along the route of Enbridge’s existing pipeline from southeast of Chicago to Oklahoma. In a separate announcement, Enbridge said it will twin the jointly owned Seaway Pipeline from Cushing to the U.S. Gulf Coast at Houston, where crude is expected to start flowing in June. The expansion, which includes an extension of the pipeline to Port Arthur-Beaumont, will add 450,000 barrels of capacity to that system. Both projects will cost Enbridge $3.8 billion, including $2.8 billion for the Flanagan project and $1 billion for the twin line and extension of Seaway, which is partly owned by Enterprise Products Partners LP. The new construction will relieve a supply glut of oil in the U.S. Midwest and boost prices and producers’ bottom lines. Oversupply at Cushing, caused by ever-increasing domestic supplies, has been eroding the value of North American crude. Draining that oil to refineries along the coast would likely act to lift prices and increase producer revenue. The construction also gives Enbridge an edge in the race to tap into profits from domestic oil over rival TransCanada

Corp., which is still waiting for U.S. State Department approval for its controversial Keystone XL pipeline. Aside from Enbridge’s network of oil pipelines, oil sands crude can get to the U.S. market now through TransCanada’s base Keystone system, which currently delivers crude to the U.S. Midwest and Cushing. Crude from the oil sands and oil-rich states like North Dakota and Montana currently runs into a logjam at Cushing because of a lack of pipeline capacity and a limited number of rail cars that can transport the oil south to Texas refineries. Oilsands producers say there’s enough pipeline capacity from Canada to the United States for now, but their planned expansion in the years ahead depends on new pipelines — the full Keystone XL or Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline across northern British Columbia to the West Coast. Some have touted rail transport as a stop-gap solution. TransCanada recently announced plans to build the most urgently needed portion of its controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline as a $2.3 billion stand-alone project. U.S. President Barack Obama pushed for the speedy approval for the southern leg of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline as he said oil has an important place in his national energy plans. The announcement came just a few weeks after Obama rejected the entire length of Keystone XL, a pipeline that would transport Alberta oil sands bitumen from the northern reaches of the province through six U.S. states to Texas. The president said there wasn’t enough time to review a new route around a crucial aquifer in Nebraska in order to meet a deadline imposed by congressional Republicans.

The Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) marked its 40th anniversary with celebrations at the World of Concrete and the CSDA 2012 Convention. It also introduced a fresh, modern look to represent a new identity for the future. A new CSDA logo was unveiled to the membership at the 40th Anniversary Convention and Tech Fair on March 4 to 9, 2012, in Maui, Hawaii. This is the first major change in identity for CSDA since the association was established in 1972. In 2011, with the 40th anniversary approaching, the CSDA board tasked the marketing committee to “rebrand” CSDA. “The original CSDA logo featured core drill bits inside of a saw blade. It was reflective of the services offered by cutting contractors at the time, but no longer reflects today’s market. Nowadays, contractor members of CSDA cut, core, break, polish, grind, groove, scan, remove and recycle concrete. Many people felt the timing was perfect for a new look,” said Patrick O’Brien, executive director of the association. The objective was to refresh the look of the logo and make the letters CSDA more prominent, as members comment that they think of the association as CSDA rather than the Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association. In addition, a logo was needed that represented the full range of services now offered by the CSDA membership — not just a blade and a core bit. The industry has grown and evolved tremendously over the last 40 years. In particular, the dramatic economic shifts of the last few years has led to many sawing and drilling contractors expanding their service offerings to appeal to a greater number of architects, engineers, general contractors and government officials who specify concrete cutting. This expansion has allowed contractors to thrive and survive, even in a tough market, according to the CSDA. The new logo features the letters “CSDA” in a modern, lowercase font together with design elements that encapsulate the precision and motion of the services performed by members of the association. CSDA has always been mindful of its mission to promote the selection of professional sawing and drilling contractors and their methods. The industry has grown from its humble beginnings to a major segment of the construction and demolition industry. With a fresh look and motivated members, the association aims to continue this growth into the next 40 years. For more information, visit www.csda.org.


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nternational Construction Equipment (I.C.E.), headquartered in Williamsburg, Va., held its annual golf outing recently at the Falcon’s Fire Golf Course in Kissimmee, Fla. I.C.E. is primarily in the business of importing and exporting used construction equipment across the world. “Our business depends heavily upon our connections and contacts all across the world,” said Bob Williams, president and founder of I.C.E. “We work with a multitude of companies to both locate and sell heavy iron. One of many keys to effective networking is maintaining strong relationships with your client base. These equipment auctions that are held annually in the Orlando area draw thousands of equipment buy- (L-R): Nate Sirotak of Altorfer CAT; Rich Carifano of Foley ers and sellers from across the globe. This cre- CAT; Lori Bunger of Holt CAT; and David Mehrtens of Road ates the perfect opportunity for us to get togeth- Builders Machinery and Supply. er with a group of close friends and associates and enjoy a day on the links.”

Bob Williams (R), founder of International Construction Equipment (I.C.E.) and his sons, Rob (L) and Dave, hosted this annual event.

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Crude Oil Acquisition Costs Single Largest Price Factor PUMP from page 1

Although the United States is the world’s third-largest producer of crude oil, it imported 13 million barrels of oil and petroleum products per day in July 2008. Typically, the farther the point of purchase is from the source of the supply, the higher the cost. Sixtytwo percent of the crude oil processed by U.S. refineries in 2010 was imported. About 26 percent of that was brought in by ocean tanker through the Gulf Coast. The Midwest and the smaller Rocky Mountains market, which rely on inland crude mostly from Canada, enjoy lower gas prices than eastern regions that depend on more expensive coastal and imported crude. “Due to rapid growth of oil production, North Dakota is a new major production center in the U.S.,” Hess said. However, because production came on so quickly, it has outpaced construction of infrastructure to transport it to other regions.

“There’s no pipeline from North Dakota or the Rockies to the west coast because there wasn’t sufficient production in the past to justify one,” Hess elaborated. Without a pipeline, it can be shipped only by rail or truck. But, he added, infrastructure is catching up. Until it does, transportation constraints and increasing production have resulted in discounted crude in this region over the past year. While refineries paid $3 less per barrel than average prior to 2011, last year the difference rose to $14 per barrel. In November, the most recent month the EIA has provided data for, the difference was $16 per barrel. According to the EIA, East Coast refiners paid $22 more per barrel of crude than Midwest refiners in late 2011. Lower crude oil costs in the Rockies resulted in lower gas prices. Gas prices in the Rocky Mountain region fell between Thanksgiving 2011 and the end of January 2012, while prices in other parts of the country rose.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Weekly Retail Gasoline and Diesel Prices.

“On January 30, 2012, average gasoline prices in the Rockies were 41 cents below the U.S. average, which was a record for the region since EIA began tracking regional retail price data in 1992,” EIA reported. Even after a “heavy September refinery maintenance schedule,” according to EIA, gross inputs to Rocky Mountain refineries were 4 percent above average

during the last three months of 2011. The increase in refinery inputs has continued this year, averaging 10 percent above fiveyear averages in January 2012. This has kept inventory 12 percent higher than average. In contrast, East Coast refinery inputs dipped 41 percent below average. The HOVENSA jointventure refinery located in the U.S.

Virgin Islands, a major source of product supply, was closed on Jan. 18, Hess reported. A planned closure, it follows the idling of two other refineries in the Delaware Valley by Sunoco and ConocoPhillips. When Sunoco idles an additional refinery in the region by mid-2012, it will collectively cut up to 50 percent of refining capacity in the East Coast region. “No refinery wants to close,” Hess said, explaining that idling a refinery only helps its competitors. “There’s an incentive not to shut down because they have long-term contracts that have to be filled. If they’re not operating, they have to buy crude from another refinery.” However, because many of the less sophisticated East Coast refineries rely on heavier crude imported from Africa, they can’t produce quality product for the same cost. Crude is classified as light or heavy, depending on its density. Gasoline and diesel fuel come see PUMP page 95


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Sustainability Increasing Pavement Preservation’s Value By Pierre Peltier SPECIAL TO CEG

While the economic downturn has taken a little wind out of the “green” or “sustainability” movement’s sails, the environment is still on the minds of legislators and the general public. From greenhouse gases and the Clean Air Act, to storm water legislation, to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), green is going strong. And as an eco-friendly and socially responsible aid to infrastructure, pavement preservation deserves recognition and additional consideration for the role it plays. Green Benefits You Can See As a short list of their benefits, compared to mill and fill alone, preservation methods such as slurry and micro surfacing and chip sealing consume less aggregate and binder — i.e., natural resources. The fact that they reduce the need to demolish, haul and dispose of (or even recycle) old pavements, coupled with the fact that they are quicker, cooler processes to apply, translate to a reduction in waste, emis-

Eco-friendly pavement preservation methods, such as slurry and micro surfacing and chip sealing, consume less aggregate and binder and reduce waste, emissions and greenhouse gases.

The main reason national parks choose pavement preservation is because of its environmental benefits, with its budget friendliness as a side benefit. For government agencies, these are sometimes reversed.

sions and greenhouse gases. Simply put, the carbon footprint from pavement preservation projects is lower than that from traditional asphalt paving. Pavement preservation methods offer additional, less obvious green advantages as well. For example, because there is no need to establish a nearby aggregate source or hotmix asphalt plant, dust from crushing and screening, additional emissions and energy needs are reduced. Roads are drivable within a short period after the treatments have been applied, reducing traffic delays and the associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

“In general, the longer a contractor is out there, the more energy and materials you consume, the more emissions and greenhouse gases you create, and the more risk there is to workers and the general public — it’s a snowball effect that pavement preservation keeps under control,” explained Rusty Price, president and general manager of Intermountain Slurry Seal, a subsidiary of Granite Construction Inc. Research backs Price’s logic. For instance, BASF Corporation's recent Micro Surfacing Eco-Efficiency Analysis (EEA) found that, compared to mill and fill techniques alone, micro surfacing consumes 40 percent less pri-

mary energy, uses 50 percent fewer resources by mass and creates 45 percent less GHG emissions. Further, the BASF EEA report has been verified by NSF International, a notfor-profit, non-governmental organization accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to develop standards and provide third-party conformity assessment services. NSF determined that the EEA complies with its Protocol P352: Validation and Verification of Eco-Efficiency Analyses. Laws surrounding emissions and storm water have no doubt made more contractors aware of pavement preservation’s green benefits than the agencies whose projects they fulfill. According to Price, “Those of us who work with chip seal, slurry seal, micro surfacing, etc., already know that these techniques are environmentally friendly. They require less materials and energy, and they create fewer emissions and less risk to the environment and the public. It should make sense to everyone that the green benefits are there. Unfortunately, for agencies, the green aspect has so far been mostly ancillary to pavement preservation’s low-cost benefits.” One exception to date, however, has been the Federal Highway Administration’s Central Federal Lands Highway Division and under this agency, the National Park Service. Charles “Chuck” Luedders, pavements engineer of the division, said that when a contractor deals with the National Park Service, every job has to have the environment in mind as a major concern. see PAVING page 40


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BY THE END OF 2015 – • 87 roadways will be completed or substantially under construction • 413 centerline miles of new roadway will be constructed — 34 percent of the state's inventory • 6,350 miles of highway will be resurfaced — 36 percent of the state's inventory • 1,070 bridges will be rehabilitated or replaced – 19.5 percent of the state's inventory • More than $11 billion will be invested in major new construction and preservation projects


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National Park Authorities Find ‘Green’ Practices Essential

Educating the public about the green and cost benefits of projects such as this helps them understand the many reasons why pavement preservation should be used.

BASF Corporation’s recent “Micro Surfacing Eco-Efficiency Analysis” found that micro surfacing consumes 40 percent less primary energy and 50 percent fewer resources by mass, while it creates 45 percent less greenhouse gas emissions than mill and fill techniques. PAVING from page 36

National Parks: Handle With Care Luedders said that within our national parks, pavement preservation, especially chip seal and micro surfacing, has been a good option for maintaining infrastructure assets — from a budgetary and green point of view. “The biggest advantage for most agencies is that pavement preservation extends budgets; for the most part, ‘green’ is a side benefit. For national parks, however, it is a primary benefit. Their major concerns are the environment and the visitor experience. We are always providing information to them on the green benefits of pavement preservation and how quickly the work can be completed.” In addition to the normal eco-friendly aspects to pavement preservation, the national parks require some special steps to be taken as part of their preservation projects. For instance, in most chip seal projects, loose aggregate can be swept to the side of the road. But in the national parks, it must be swept and hauled off of the park’s land because the stone is not native to the ecology. “Once the excess chips are vacuumed up, they’re taken to another location,” said Luedders. “The contractor can then sell them to homeowners, or if they are cleaned up and meet specification, they can be reused on the roadway.” Price explained that other National Parks requirements include taking special care

with emulsions to keep them only on the road surface and off of curbs, rocks and greenery. “We have to be careful transferring from the transport trucks to the spreaders and also ensure that aggregate and emulsions stay out of storm drains and water sources such as rivers, lakes and streams. You have to know where the storm water goes every inch of the way and watch the weather,” he said. “You can’t lay an emulsion if there’s going to be a thunderstorm.” Overspray of asphalt onto historic features is another concern, according to Luedders. In some national parks, even the stone curbing is considered historic, and must be covered with tape or protective paper. These requirements are typically written into the job specifications. “With national parks jobs, we conduct pre-construction meetings to help employees remember that the environment is a top priority,” Price said. “But in general, we try to make the environment a priority everywhere we work. We don’t like upsetting anyone, whether they’re homeowners or agencies.” Luedders agreed. “From a PR standpoint, for any such project, it’s a good idea to emphasize the green nature of pavement preservation. It gets the public behind the projects, as opposed to only looking at the cost as a reason to preserve,” he suggested. Additional Points to Ponder Pavement preservation fits well with the current interest in sustainable development. Defined as “development that meets the

Micro surfacing is suitable for Interstate highway preservation and provides minimal disturbance to the environment, as shown here along I-80, which cuts through Parley’s Canyon to connect Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah.

needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs,” sustainable development tries to balance the needs of people, nature and the economy — and it includes green construction practices as part of its tenets. Similarly, the U.S. Green Building Council has introduced the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program to encourage developers to design more sustainable projects. LEED has grown and evolved from a single standard for new construction to several different project development and delivery processes. The rating systems address new construction and major renovations, existing buildings, core and shell, commercial interiors, schools, retail, healthcare, homes and neighborhood development. In many cases, pavement plays a role in the overall rating. Several of LEED’s intents are to reduce pollution from construction activities by controlling soil erosion, sedimentation and air-

borne emissions and dust. Pavement preservation methods provide numerous environmental benefits, including reducing the consumption of natural resources and reducing emissions. At the bidding stage and beyond, it would certainly be beneficial for contractors to bring all of these points to the specifying agencies’ attention. “I’ve said for years that there has to be more than a low bid. There has to be something of value besides finding the lowest cost,” Price said. “Keeping the environment in mind is one of those added benefits.” Pierre Peltier, a 30-year pavement preservation industry veteran, is the president of the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) and general manager of marketing and business development at Terry Asphalt Materials Inc. To contact Pierre, call 615/630-2315, email ppeltier@terryasphalt.com or visit ISSA’s Web site at www.slurry.org.


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Journalists Get Up-Close, Personal With Cat Engineering

The K Series wheel loader in action. TOUR from page 26

A D Series skid steer mows down a tree.

steers include a more powerful engine — with net horsepower increases among the models ranging from 5 to 18 percent — a 19 percent boost in lifting force, and electrically activated quick couplers instead of hydraulically operated couplers. The skid steers also offer Cat’s “Intelligent Leveling” system that keeps buckets level when being raised and lowered, automatically returns a bucket to a preset position and angle after unloading, and repositions work tools to preset stations for more uniform and easier operation. “These can mean a serious increase in productivity,” Coleman said. The array of attachments for skid steers continues to grow. Some of the tools on display at the visitors center included augurs with easy-off replacement tips, a 7-in. planer, and a mulcher with replacement teeth now attached by one bolt instead of two for quicker change-overs. By such attention to detail is valuable downtime shaved.

Interim emission standards, as required of engines with less than 75 hp. They also have higher ambient cooling systems, more efficient hydraulic systems, and redesigned control layouts. Horsepower in the largest of the excavators, the 308E, was boosted 20 percent, as was the hydraulic output. Each model has a new digital control panel, called COMPASS, which regulates continuous hydraulic oil flow for operator ease, and a scaled hydraulic system so an operator can match his hydraulic needs to a task. COMPASS also contains an “Eco Mode” feature to conserve fuel, and an alphanumeric anti-theft element that requires a password for operation. It also offers a fast decoupling system. During a demonstration at the visitors center, an operator lowered the rear-facing bucket on a 308E, detached the boom from the bucket, used the boom to nudge the bucket around on the ground, and then reattached the boom to the now-front-facing bucket — all within about a minute and without leaving the operator’s seat.

E Series Mini-Excavators Cat mini-excavators are especially popular in Europe. Contractors working in Europe’s older cities where smaller buildings are connected by narrow alleyways can utilize the small machines in lieu of handheld shovels and other implements. Such tight work sites demand features like the mini-excavators’ laterally moveable tracks that hydraulically shrink to the width of the operator’s cabin. How popular are the little machines on the Continent? Ten of the small Cat excavators are snapped up by European contractors for every one sold in the United States. The five new models of the E Series are fitted with engines meeting Stage IIIA/Tier 4

F Series Backhoe Loaders Caterpillar has built some 250,000 backhoes over 27 years. “In general, backhoes are utility machines,” said Kevin Hershberger, another Cat senior marketer, “but to some customers they are concerned about productivity.” The comment reflects on the versatility of the backhoe, which has been around for nearly 60 years. It was the handy piece of equipment contractors and others turned to for clean-up and small-scale digging. In some respects, it was a predecessor of the skid steer, though the load volumes involved are different. The three models in the Caterpillar F

Series have Tier 4-compliant engines. Only the larger 430F model has more horsepower than its predecessor, but the backhoes have improved lift characteristics: The maximum dump height has been increased 7 percent to get the bucket up and over the side of multiaxle dump trucks; the lift arms have 13 percent more lift capacity; bucket breakout force was boosted by 9 percent. “The whole point is to deliver a machine that’s going to be earning money instead of costing money,” Hershberger said. To that end, the machine’s passive regeneration chamber automatically incinerates particulates, producing better productivity and fuel performance. Downtime considerations designed into the F Series include large side panel swingaways for wide-open access to the engine for maintenance technicians and a hinged cooling pack that gives additional clearance. One notable convenience feature for maintenance in shop or field is a relocated battery. It now sits in the nose of the machine. For jumpstarting, remote battery attachment posts were moved to one side of the machine for unfettered access. K2 Series Track-Type Tractors The Cat C4.4 ACERT engines meet Stage IIIB/Tier IV Interim emission standards and produce 8 percent more power in the doing. The “Eco Mode” fuel saving feature can improve fuel economy 25 percent by automatically controlling engine speed at optimal levels. The more interesting features are closer to the ground. A function called “Stable Blade” uses sensors to subtly reposition a blade in finish grade applications, rather than having an operator constantly adjust the blade. This means more uniform finish grades produced

in less time. One official at the equipment rollout likened the K2 with Stable Blade to “a small grader.” A “Power Pitch” feature lets the operator adjust the pitch of the blade, moving the top forward or back, so that the blade can push more straight up and down, then be backed off during lift-and-carry. Pushing is enhanced by “Traction Control,” which senses when a track is slipping in moist earth and slows the track to increase grip. In that way, a blade can be kept in position longer in less than optimum conditions. The cabins on the K2 tractors are still comfortably laid out, but now the operator’s seat can be heated or ventilated, according to need, and the joystick handle can be warmed to the touch as well. TL1255C Telehandler This extendable-boom piece of equipment is a specialty machine, with 80 percent of smaller models rented from rental yards only as needed. In Europe, the telehandlers are most often found on farms stacking big bales or gently lifting sick cows over a lot fence. Commercial applications include raising construction materials and small equipment to a rooftop. The new 1225C is the largest machine in the C series with a maximum lift of 6 tons (5.4 t) and a lift height of 54 ft. (16.5 m). It can extend 42 ft. (12.8 m) laterally. The engine meets Stage IIB/Tier IV Interim emission standards, develops 142 hp (105.8 kW), and can burn B20 biofuel. The power-shift transmission has 4 forward and 3 reverse speeds. A single joystick controls boom lift and extension, with a button for work tool tilt function. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Don Smock Auction Company Ushers in New Era, Celebrates 20 Years 2012 is a big year for Don Smock Auction Company Inc. As it celebrates its 20th year in business, the company is also ushering in a new era. Nic Smock, son of the company founder Don Smock, has taken over the reigns as president. Nic’s father, Don Smock, got his start in the business while working on the financial side of the construction equipment industry. In that capacity he came to recognize the significant role of auction companies in liquidating equipment assets. Involved with the construction auction business since 1969, Don Smock has conducted auctions throughout the Midwest, Southeast and Northeast as an employee of Thorp Sales, ITT Auction Services, Miller & Miller Auctioneers and Henderson Auction Company before starting his own auction company. Through the years, Don gained a reputation for his honesty and integrity. According to Nic, his father would rather turn away Nic Smock business than give an estimate that was high just to get the business. The approach paid off and the company has grown to include a staff of four full-time salesmen, two office staff employees, and two yard workers. The company is definitely a family business, with not only Nic, but his sister and brother-in-law, MacKenzie and Ron Shreve, involved as well. Throughout the years, Don’s wife Debi

Smock has played a key role in the company’s operations, as well. The company headquarters situated just off Interstate 69 in Pendleton, Indiana, is also the location of its 80 ft. x 100 ft. all-weather auction theater where it conducts four major auctions every year. The 40 acre facility houses two office buildings, and 10 acres for customer parking and 30 acres for equipment parking, both of which are graveled. Throughout the year, the company conducts on site auctions in Indiana, Ohio and Illinois with plans to expand into Kentucky and beyond. Don Smock Auction Company Inc. belongs to the National Auction Association and several state associations and its employees are GPPA certified. The company also provides appraisals, trustee liquidations, and outright purchases and has recently gotten involved with real estate auctions. Nic Smock has been involved with the company since he was 13 years old when he would help park cars on auction days. As company president, Nic feels he has a lot to live up to saying, “I’m truly blessed to have been given the opportunity and I look forward to contributing to the company’s ongoing success.”

Iowa Could See Record Road Construction DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Iowa may see one of its biggest years ever for state highway construction as a result of lower bids from contractors and higher-than-expected state and federal funding. The Des Moines Register reported that during an average season about $460 million is spent on Iowa highways. This year’s spending could equal the record of $600 million set in 2009, when federal economic stimulus money flooded the state. The federal government sent more than $67 million in additional highway funding money for the year and another $18.6 million was redistributed to states that used all of their federal 2011 allocation, the Iowa Department of Transportation said. Additional money was freed up when bids came in under what had been budgeted for several projects and the state’s Primary Road Fund receipts exceeded expectations. The fund gets money from fuel taxes, vehicle registration fees, use taxes and other sources. Key projects this year will include widening Interstate 35 to six lanes in

West Des Moines, reconstructing the Interstate 80/U.S. Highway 65 interchange at Altoona and finishing a new Ankeny interchange on I-35. Work also will continue to widen U.S. Highway 20 to four lanes in western Iowa. Interstate projects are planned in Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids and the Quad Cities. Many rural roads will be rebuilt, including northbound U.S. Highway 71 from Spencer to Milford — a corridor frequently used by vacationers headed to the recreational areas around Spirit Lake and Okoboji Lake. “I think we have the potential for reaching the $600 million mark,” said John Smythe, the DOT’s construction engineer in Ames. Iowa’s road construction lobby has pushed hard during this year’s legislative session for a gas tax increase, contending at least an additional $215 million is needed each year for critical improvements. Backers of a gas tax hike contend Iowa’s road construction programs need a long-term, sustainable increase in revenues to assure that city, county,

state and federal roads are properly maintained. They believe this year’s funding increase is only a short-term fix, said Scott Newhard, vice president of public affairs of the Associated General Contractors of Iowa. “It is difficult to hire a lot of new people and make an investment in equipment unless we see the market sustaining itself in future years. Without a gas tax increase, that won’t happen,” Newhard said. But the proposal has stalled in the Republican-led House and the Democrat-controlled Senate. And the issue is less urgent with the prospects for an exceptionally busy season for Iowa road construction. Gov. Terry Branstad has refused to provide his blessing for a gas tax increase this session. Iowans for Tax Relief is among those strongly opposed to a gas tax hike, saying this is the wrong time to consider an increase when state residents will already be paying a larger portion of their family budgets for transportation just because of higher gas prices.

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Doosan’s DX350LC Excavator Boasts More Horsepower The Doosan DX350LC excavator is more than just interim Tier IV (iT4) compliant. Improvements span from more engine horsepower and torque to a turbocharger, upgraded cooling system and new hydraulic system. The DX350LC is powered by a 281-hp (209 kW), 6-cylinder DL08K water-cooled diesel engine that has been optimized for use with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) system, diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF). The engines in this configuration are optimized to reduce nitrogen oxides and after treatment is needed to reduce particulate matter, to comply with iT4 emission regulations. The turbocharged 466-cu.-in. (7,636 cu cm) engine features a common rail design with direct fuel injection, electronic control and four valves per cylinder. The high-pressure common-rail (HPCR) system increases the efficiency of fuel delivery by increasing the pressure to 26,100 psi. The increased pressure allows the injector to inject a finer mist into the engine, which results in a more efficient combustion as required by the lower combustion chamber temperature due to the CEGR system. Cooling system upgrades include two variable-speed hydraulic fans. This allows the engine and oil cooling systems to be controlled independently, improving fuel efficiency and provides a quieter operator environment. The new cooling system on average has a 10 to 15 percent greater cooling capacity. Performance The improvements in engine horsepower and torque, coupled with the six percent increased maximum pressure from the main control valve, mean increases in various workgroup functions, according to the manufacturer. Swing torque increased by approximately eight to eleven percent, which allows the excavator to swing uphill more easily, as well as improve backfilling trenches. This leads to decreased time per foot of trench, improving productivity. Digging force has increased approximately five percent, which allows for more power in harsh digging conditions, leading to decreased cycle times and improved production in trenching applications. Lifting capacity increased by approximately two percent, providing improved power out of the trench, allowing the machine to lift and place more material with each cycle. The boom-up speed improved by approximately six percent, which allows for more work to be completed faster, increased cycle times, improved truck loading time and more material moved per hour. A variable geometry turbocharger (VGT)

The DX350LC is powered by a 281-hp (209 kW), 6-cylinder DL08K water-cooled diesel engine that has been optimized for use with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) system, diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF).

is utilized to increase boost pressure at lower engine rpm. Controlled by the ECU, the VGT varies the amount of boost supplied to the engine to optimize combustion over the entire rpm range. The VGT also allows the engine to generate a greater amount of torque in a wider band in the rpm range, increasing engine performance at lower engine rpm. This improves machine performance in the standard and economy power modes while saving fuel. The new closed center main control valve with electro-hydraulic pump control, exclusive to the DX350LC, allows the ECU to maximize engine power. This leads to an approximately 20-percent increase in efficiency of the main control valve, which leads to improved fuel economy. Workgroup performance increased approximately 10 percent compared to the Tier III DX350LC model. Smoother control and more accurate placement of materials is a result of the operator’s ability to control the machine with more precise movement.

Additionally, the new boom float option allows the boom of the excavator to “float” up or down, allowing the operator to focus more on the task while decreasing the machine workload and increasing efficiency. The float mode allows the boom to move freely up and down without hydraulic flow. The breaker mode allows the boom to freely move down, only without hydraulic flow. A temporary reset button allows the ability to momentarily disengage the float, allowing hydraulic flow to activate the boom. Comfort Doosan continues to focus on operator comfort with further enhancements to the roll-over protective structure (ROPS) cabin. Both a seat height lever and tilting function for the seat cushion were added to the seat to allow the operator to find an optimum seating position. The cabin mounting mechanism has been improved with a thickened dampening plate, and a coil spring has been

added to reduce cabin vibration 20 percent, allowing operators to work longer days with less fatigue. The door window position slider now locks in various positions, preventing it from moving from its intended location. Both front and rear glass windows also are adjustable. The door space of the cab has increased by 1.8 in. (4.6 cm), allowing the operator to get in and out more easily. The cabin size has increased 6.1 percent, providing more headroom. The joystick angle has been reduced from 25 degrees to 19 degrees to provide a more ergonomic profile and decrease interference with operator’s legs. The DX350LC is covered by a 48-hour parts guarantee. The program guarantees that if a “machine-debilitating” part is needed, Doosan will deliver this part to the end user within two business days or Doosan will pay for a replacement machine rental. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.


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The new line-up includes three wheeled models — 9460R, 9510R, 9560R.

Deere Adds Track Models to Scraper Special Series Line John Deere introduced the 9R/9RT Scraper Special Series Tractors, providing contractors improved productivity, increased uptime and lower daily operating costs on the job site. The highlight of the new series is the unveiling of three track models — the 9460RT, 9510RT and 9560RT — designed for the toughest earthmoving applications and work site conditions. The new line-up also includes three wheeled models — 9460R, 9510R, 9560R. The full line is equipped with a fuel-efficient, high-torque IT4 13.5L PowerTech PSX engine featuring 460 to 560 hp (343 to 417 kW). “With six new models available from John Deere, earthmoving contractors can choose the scraper tractor best suited for their application needs,” said Mark Oliver, product marketing manager of scraper systems, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “In particular, our special track models will help contractors navigate the harshest terrains on their job site.” Special Track Tractors The 9460RT, 9510RT and 9560RT are equipped with the Durabuilt 5500 Series Scraper rubber track in a 30-in. (76 cm) width. These tracks are manufactured with four-ply layers and are designed for tough debris and resistance to high side loads. To increase durability, John Deere enhanced the internal construction with a heavy-duty main cable and optimized it for puncture resistance. “Operators asked us for a tracked tractor to give them a comfortable and dynamic piece of equipment suitable for use on soft, low friction and uneven ground,” Oliver said. “The new 9RT models will allow these contractors to be more productive throughout all job site see DEERE page 74

The 9460RT, 9510RT and 9560RT are equipped with the Durabuilt 5500 Series Scraper rubber track in a 30-in. (76 cm) width.


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Buck & Knobby Equipment Co. 6220 Sterns Rd Ottawa Lake, MI 49267 734-856-2811 Titan Machinery Inc. 6304 Hwy. 101 Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-5400 800-795-9274 Fax: 952-445-0365 14375 James Rd. Rogers, MN 55374 763-428-5009 4311 Haines Rd. Hermantown, MN 55811 218-727-3038 N1626 Wuensch Road La Crosse, WI 54601 608-788-1025 Vermeer Midwest 2801 Beverly Dr. Aurora, IL 60502 630-820-3030 PO Box 224 Eureka, IL 61530 309-467-3716 1801 179th Ave. Moline, IL 61244 309-751-9540 13402 Britton Park Rd. Fishers, IN 46038 317-842-1040 3566 Citadel Circle Newburgh, IN 47630 812-490-4400 3310 West Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46808 260-484-2494 PO Box 273 17550 Chesterfield Airport Rd. Chesterfield, MO 63006 636-532-2332 1005 Thorez Rd. Jackson, MI 49201 517-750-3783 1196 A Franklin St. Marne, MI 49435 616-677-5900 Vermeer of Iowa PO Box 168-661 Hwy T14 Pella, IA 50219 641-628-2000 Vermeer Siouxland 4858 D Ave. Marcus, IA 51035 712-376-2310 Vermeer of Eastern Iowa 101 Commerce Blvd. Tipton, IA 50219 563-886-2444

Custom Truck & Equipment 7701 Highway 24 Kansas City, MO 64125 800-861-1065 www.cte-equipment.com

Paint Valley Equipment 10550 Twp Rd. 262 Millersburg, OH 44654 877-774-0081 330-674-4031

Roeder Implement Inc. 2550 Rockdale Rd. Dubuque, IA 52003 563-557-1184 Fax: 563-583-1821


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IN THE WORLD OF ASPHALT THERE IS ONLY ONE NAME TO KNOW!

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Compact Cold Planer Milling Machine

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IN THE WORLD OF ASPHALT THERE IS ONLY ONE NAME TO KNOW!

NEW

NEW

BM600/15

BW138AD-5

Compact Cold Planer Milling Machine

54” Vibratory Double Drum Roller


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ENGINE TYPE

MODEL

GOMACO Commander II Commander III-3T Commander III-4T Curb Cadet GT-3200 GT-3600 GT-6000-78 GT-6000-90 GT-6300 GT-6300-4T Slipform GT-3400 GP-4000-2T GP-4000-4T GHP-2800-2T GHP-2800-4T GP-2400-2T GP-2400-4T GP-2600-2T GP-2600-4T 4400

Cummins Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Vanguard Caterpillar John Deere Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Cummins

GEHL

Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV88

1448 Plus 1648 Plus

ROADTEC RP 170 RP 175 RP 190e RP 195e SP 200

Cat Cat Cat Cat Cat

VOLVO Tracked: PF4410 PF6110

Deutz Cummins

Wheeled pavers: PF2181 PF6160 PF6170

Cummins Cummins Cummins

WEIGHT LBS. (KG) 20,000 (9,000) 28,000 (12,700) 33,400 (15,150) 2,650 (1,200) 15,000 (6,800) 29,680 (13,462) 12,200 (5,500) 13,100 (5,900) 23,100 (10,500) 28,500 (12,700) 27,500 (12,475) 88,000 (39,900) 115,000 (52,000) 72,000 (32,600) 87,000 (39,400) 45,000 (20,412) 50,000 (22,680) 65,000 (29,500) 83,000 (37,650) 30,000 (13,608) 7,775 (3,527) 10,600 (4,808)

Asphalt CR352L CR362L CR452 CR462 CR552 CR562 CR652RX CR662RM

Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel

Concrete (Slipform) SF2204C HVW SF3502C SF3504C (Automatic Roller) Terex Bid-Well 5000 Terex Bid-Well 6500

Cat, diesel Cat, diesel Cat, diesel Kubota, diesel Kubota, diesel

SCREED SIZE FT. (M)

31,870 (14,456) 34,560 (15,676) 38,495 (17,461) 42,600 (19,323) 41,370 (18,765) 44,315 (20,101) 44,100 (20,003) 48,300 (21,910)

8 (2.4) 10 (3) 10 (3)

11,966 (5,428) 13,925 (6,316)

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260 (79.2) 297 (90.5) 297 (90.5)

tach or VersaScreed 8 (2.4): Stretch 16, Fas tach or VersaScreed Fas 16, tch Stre 8 (2.4): tach or VersaScreed 10 (3.05): Stretch 20, Fas tach or VersaScreed Fas 20, tch Stre 10 (3.05): tach or VersaScreed 10 (3.05): Stretch 20, Fas tach or VersaScreed Fas 20, tch Stre 10 (3.05): tach or VersaScreed 10 (3.05): Stretch 20, Fas tach or VersaScreed Fas 20, tch Stre 10 (3.05):

53,000 (24,040) 73,000 (33,112) 99,000 (44,906)

15.5 (4.7) 15.5 (4.7) 19.5 (5.9) 19.5 (5.9) 19.5 (5.9)

242 (73.8) 246 (75)

8 (2.4) 10 (3)

30,450 (13,812) 43,370 (19,672) 43,670 (19,808)

12 (3.67) 13 (3.96)

276 (84) 200 (60) 284 (86) 215 (66) 168 (51)

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8.3 (2.5) minimum 12 (3.7) minimum 12 (3.7) minimum n/a n/a

HOPPER CAPACITY TONS (T)

8 (2.4) 16 (4.9) 20 (6.0) 1 (0.3) 5 (1.5) 10 (3.0) 4 (1.2) 5 (1.5) 16 (4.9) 20 (6.07) 6 (1.8) 50 (15.25) 50 (15.25) 32 (9.75) 32 (9.75) 24 (7.5) 24 (7.5) 32 (9.75) 32 (9.75) n/a

80 (24.4) 130 (39.6)

8 (2.44) 8 (2.44)

32,495 (14,470) 47,614 (21,597)

PAVING WIDTH FT. (M)

30.8 (9.3) 50 (15.2) 37 (11) 50 (15.2) 50 (15.2) 50 (15.2) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 50 (15.2) 22.6 (6.9) 22.6 (6.9) 40.1 (12.2) 16.4 (5.0) 37.1 (11.3) 41.5 (12.6) 29.3 (8.9) 22.6 (6.9) 37 (11)

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

30,040 (13,600) 33,220 (14,600) 38,800 (17,600) 41,525 (18,835) 62,500 (28,300)

ILDING TEREX ROADBU

PAVING SPEED FPM (MPM)

400 (122) 250 (76) 290 (88) 175 (53) 290 (88) 175 (53) 290 (88) 225 (68.6)

22 (6.7) 35 (10.7) 30 (9.0) 75 (22.9) 75 (22.9)

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21 (6.4) 26 (7.9) 21 (6.4) 26 (7.9) 26 (7.9)

20 (6.1) max 20 (6.1) max 28 (8.5) max 28 (8.5) max 30 (9.1) max 30 (9.1) max 30 (9.1) max 30 (9.1) max

20 (6.1) max 34 (10.4) max 34 (10.4) max 12 to 68 (3.6 to 20.7) 12 to 66 (3.6 to 20.1)

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

4 (4.06) 6 (6.09)

11 (9.9) 10 (9) 13.8 (12.5) 13 (12) 12 (10.8)

9.7 (8.8) 14.4 (13) 11.4 (10.3) 14.4 (13) 14.4 (13)

10.0 (9.07) 10.0 (9.07) 14 (12.7) 14 (12.7) 16.7 (15) 16.7 (15) 16.7 (15) 16.7 (15)

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The Victor L. Phillips Co. 4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 816-241-9290 Garden City • 620-275-1996 Topeka • 785-267-4345 Wichita • 316-838-3346

KENTUCKY

Diamond Equipment 1046 Lovers Lane Bowling Green, KY 42103 270-781-1061 800-489-1061 Fax: 270-781-0907

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MICHIGAN

Midland Engine Midland • 989-631-4608

MINNESOTA

Titan Machinery Rosemount • 651-423-2222

MISSOURI

The Victor L. Phillips Co. 4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 816-241-9290 Brookline Station • 417-887-2729 Joplin • 417-781-8222

WISCONSIN

Titan Machinery La Crosse • 608-788-1025


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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

BOMAG

42 (106.7) 50 (127) 54 (137)

Static Drum Rollers BW5AS BW9AS BW11AS

Deutz Cummins Cummins

s Pneumatic Tire Roller BW11RH BW24RH BW27RH

Cummins Deutz Deutz

ory Rollers Tandem Drum Vibrat BW900-50 BW90AD-5 BW100ADM-5 BW100AD-4 BW120AD-4 BW135AD BW138AD-4 BW141AD-4 BW151AD-4 BW161AD-4 BW190AD-4 BW266AD-4 BW278AD-4 BW284AD-4 Rollers Intelligent Compaction BW190AD-4 AM BW278AD-4 AM Rolers Combination Vibratory -4 BW120AC Rollers Single Drum Vibratory BW124DH-40 BW124PDH-40 BW145D-40 BW145DH-40 BW145PDH-40 BW177D-50 BW177DH-50 BW177PDH-50 BW211D-40 BW211PD-40 BW213DH-40 BW213PDH-40 BW213D-4 BW213DH-4 BW213PDH-4 BW213DH-4 BVC

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

n/a n/a n/a 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100)

Honda Kubota Kubota Kubota Kubota Deutz Kubota Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz Cummins Cummins Cummins Deutz Cummins Kubota Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz Cummins Cummins Cummins Deutz Deutz Cummins Cummins Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz

Soil Compactors BC462EB BC772EB-2

Deutz Deutz

Soil Compactors MPH122-2 MPH125 MPH362/364-2

Deutz Deutz Cummins

47.2 (120) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138) 59.1 (150) 66.1 (168) 66.1 (168) 78.74 (200) 66 (167.6) 78 (198.1) 84 (213.4) 78.74 (200) 78 (198.1) 47.2 (120.0) 47.2 (120.0) 47.2 (120.0) 56.1 (142.6) 56.1 (142.6) 56.1 (142.6) 66.4 (168.6) 66.4 (168.6) 66.4 (168.6) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 113.6 (288.5) 148.6 (377.5) 91.7 (233.0) 91.7 (233.0) 79.0 (200.5)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

52 (132.1) 62.5 (159) 62.5 (159) 68 (173) 83.4 (211.8) 83.4 (211.8) 37.8 (96.1) 37.6 (95.6) 41.6 (105.6) 42.4 (107.6) 50.23 (127.6) 54.3 (138) 57.9 (147) 65.4 (166) 72.4 (184) 72.4 (184) 85.0 04 (216) 72 (182.9) 84.5 (214.6) 90 (228.6) 85.04 (216) 84.5 (214.6) 50.23 (127.5) 51.6 (131.0) 51.6 (131.0) 60.8 (154.6) 60.8 (154.6) 60.8 (154.6) 71.5 (181.6) 71.5 (181.6) 71.5 (181.6) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 141.7 (360.0) 149.6 (380.0) 110.6 (281.0) 112.2 (285.0) 115.0 (292.1)

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112.5 (285.5) 142 (361) 156 (396.2) 108 (274.3) 209.4 (531.92) 209.4 (531.92) 64.8 (164.7) 79.9 (203) 78 (198) 107.1 (272.0) 103.1 (262.0) 143.7 (365) 103 (261.6) 176.8 (449) 173.2 (440) 173.2 (440) 166.93 (424) 163 (414) 198 (502.9) 165 (419.1) 166.93 ( 424) 198 (502.9) 103.1 (262.0) 88.2 (224.0) 88.2 (224.0) 109.5 (278.0) 109.5 (278.0) 109.5 (278.0) 123.1 (312.7) 123.1 (312.7) 123.1 (312.7) 142.3 (361.5) 142.3 (361.5) 142.3 (361.5) 142.3 (361.5) 137.6 (349.6) 137.6 (349.6) 137.6 (349.6) 137.6 (349.6) 162.0 (411.6) 121.7 (309.0) 137.8 (350.0) 147.6 (375.0) 252.0 (640.1)

FREQUENCY HZ

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 4,200 3,780 3,780 3,300 to 4,200 3,300 to 4,200 3,000 to 3,600 3,480 to 2,820 2,400 to 3,600 2,400 to 3,600 2,400 to 3,000 2,880 to 3,600 3,400 to 4,000 3,400 to 4,000 3,400 to 4,000 2,760 to 3,420 2,500 to 3,000 3,300 to 4,200 2,460 2,460 2,040 2,040 2,040 1,800 to 2,400 1,800 to 2,400 1,800 to 2,400 1,800 to 2,160 1,800 to 2,160 1,800 to 2,160 1,800 to 2,160 1,800 to 2,160 1,800 to 2,160 1,800 to 2,160 1,680 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a


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New Warren GS87 & GS84 Tailgate Spreader, designed to mount on standard dump bodies, manual feed-gate control, eight one-foot sections for spread width adjustment, operator’s platform with safety rail

1989 Rosco SPRH Chip Spreader, 12’ spread hopper, Cummins engine, dual rear wheels, platform on front, manual transmission

2005 Ingersoll Rand DD132HF Roller, Cummins diesel engine, 84” double drum vibratory, weight 30,325, water system, ROPS canopy

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Bomag BW90AD-5 Light Tandem Roller Designed for Efficiency Designed for more efficient operation, Bomag’s new BW90AD-5 tandem vibratory roller features intuitive controls and optimum all-around visibility. Highly maneuverable and fuel-efficient, the roller is an ideal solution for a wide variety of small and medium asphalt compaction projects, according to the manufacturer. The newly developed driver’s platform is highlighted by a multifunctional travel lever and the Smart Drive steering wheel, which has a smaller diameter that provides comfortable space for the operator, as well as a clear view of all controls. The dashboard contains modern circular instrumentation with warning signals, hour meter and fuel level indicator. An adjustable operator seat also provides added comfort and an enhanced view of the drums. The BW90AD-5 is powered by a 20.2-hp (15 kW) Kubota diesel engine that features ECOMODE, a system that automatically idles the engine to conserve fuel during inactivity. Offering a working width of 35.4 in. (90 cm), the roller delivers 3,822 lbs. of centrifugal force at a frequency of 4,200 vpm. Additionally, the roller is equipped with Bomag’s intelligent vibration control to achieve consistent compaction quality. Built with travel motors contained within the

Offering a working width of 35.4 in. (90 cm), the roller delivers 3,822 lbs. (1,734 kg) of centrifugal force at a frequency of 4,200 vpm.

vibratory drums, the unit’s compact design is wellsuited for operation in tight spaces, thereby eliminating the need for additional compaction with vibratory plates near obstructions. The BW90D-5 includes a 26.4-gal. (100 L) water tank and pressurized spray system. The water spray nozzles are windscreen protected and triple filtered to ensure the drums receive sufficient water coverage even in strong winds. Maintenance is simple, due to a durable composite hood that allows easy access to the engine and a steering column that can be quickly opened to view central electronics. A bolt-on articulating and oscillating joint is maintenance free, and each drum includes two flexible scrapers. Front, center and rear lift points help simplify transport and reduce unloading times. Standard safety features on the BW90AD-5 include a spring-applied, hydraulically released parking brake, ROPS with retractable seat belt, back-up alarm, emergency stop button, and front and rear working lights for night operation. Additionally, the engine hood and instrument panel are lockable to protect against vandalism. For more information, call 800/782-6624 or visit www.gobomag.com/light-equipment.

GOMACO C-450 Has Versatility of Two Finishers in One GOMACO’s C-450 cylinder finisher for bridge decks and flat slabs is now available with a transitional framework. Transitional framework for the C-450 allows it to be set up for widths up to 104 ft. (31.7 m) faster and easier than with standard framework, while providing a lighter-weight machine for finishing applications. The C-450 can finish at narrower widths using its standard framework. The C-450’s new frame features transition sections connecting the standard 24 in. (61 cm) tall framework to the 42 in. (107 cm) tall framework used on a GOMACO C-750 finisher. The frame sections only need to be pin-connected and the cross arms bolted in place. The transitional framework provides a much quicker assembly time and also decreases the weight of the machine considerably. It is estimated to be 8 lbs. per ft. (11.9 kg/m) — lighter when compared to a machine with an overhead truss. The transitional framework can be added to new or existing C-450s. The GOMACO C-450 features easy operation, reliability, high-production results and enhanced serviceability with added safety, according to the manufacturer. Automatic advance, an automatic selfwidening carriage, powered widening to

maintain crown position on tapered decks, and operator enhanced monitoring of the machine functions with panel-mounted bogie and carriage circuit pressure gauges help provide ease of operation. The console and operator’s platform can be positioned anywhere within the framework sections to give the operator the best visibility possible. The hydraulics are electronically controlled for greater precision, versatility, ease of setup, and ease of operation. The automatic advance at the end of each finishing pass with preset timing is electronically The C-450’s transitional framework allows wider width finishing without the overhead truss syscontrolled. As the machine tem. It allows a quicker assembly time and decreases the overall weight of the machine. advances, the undercarriage can change its attack angle and con- from the operator’s console. GOMACO’s slab. A 360-degree turntable on the upper crete finishing resumes. The turntable- three-point finishing system on the new fin- carriage allows maximum skewing of the attached undercarriage features a bearing isher assures high-production and a superior undercarriage to keep the finishing cylinders parallel to the center of the slab on skewed system that allows the undercarriage to finish, according to the manufacturer. An auger levels the concrete, the cylinders deck pours. smoothly change the attack angle. For more information, visit www.gomaA hydraulic PTA allows the operator to consolidate and finish the concrete and the make on-the-go crown elevation changes float pan seals and textures the surface of the co.com.


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ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES COMPANY 5633 W Hwy 13 Savage, MN 55378 952/895-9595 800/888-9515 Duluth, MN 218/727-8671 800/888-9535 Grand Rapids, MN 218/328-5916 800/459-5916 Virginia, MN 218/741-9011 800/752-4304 Sioux City, IA 217/252-0538 800/633-9104 Des Moines, IA 515/282-0404 800/555-1445 Cedar Rapids, IA 312/363-9655 800/616-6615 Milan, IL 309/787-1742 800/633-9114

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Putzmeister Debuts 42Z Truck-Mounted Concrete Boom Pump reduced due to the pedestal sub-frame’s bolted connections. They allow for flexibility in the frame by adjusting to torsion from the force of the pump. Another significant change in the design of the new 42Z pump is the increased parts commonality between components of the pipe system and an improved pipe layout. In the new design, only two different types of elbows — 45- and 90-degree — are used, as compared with 30-60-90-degree elbows in the previous model. The turret pipe has gone from having two bends, to only one. Both the new 45-degree elbow and the simplified turret elbow layout offer improved wear, so elbows need to be rotated or changed less frequently, according to the manufacturer. Contributing to the pump’s enhanced usability is the new ergonic graphic display, which features wireless computer technology and a high resolution, color screen. Putzmeister ergonic technology is a main control system that increases the convenience, performance and overall ease-of-use by allowing the operator to set parameters that control the boom, pump and a variety of other functions. Overall, the lifetime cost of the new unit is reduced because there are more maintenance-free parts and less variance between types of parts. For more information, call 800/884-7210 or visit www.putzmeisteramerica.com.

The new design uses only two different types of pipe elbows, making maintaining the system easier and less expensive.

The new 42Z truck-mounted concrete pump has been completely re-engineered to be more user-friendly and easier to service.

Featuring a high resolution, color screen, the new ergonic graphic display is the first of its kind on Putzmeister America’s concrete pumps.

Putzmeister America Inc. introduced its new 42Z truck-mounted concrete boom pump at the World of Concrete trade show in January 2012. The new pump keeps the operator in mind with greater payload capacity, a user-friendly design and increased ease of service, according to the manufacturer. “The new 42Z pump is an extension of our 50 years of innovation in the design and manufacturing of concrete pumps,” said Jim Bury, director of engineering of Putzmeister America. “With the new generation, we listened to feedback from customers, operators and Putzmeister employees on how we could improve upon the pump’s design and then completely re-thought how each piece could work together seamlessly. We are confident this pump will set new standards in the market.” The resulting new design makes a gross weight of less than 30 tons (27 t) possible, increasing payload capacity for job site equipment, water and fuel. While the pedestal has remained the same size, several components that were previously located on the deck have been moved, which has allowed for approximately 30-percent more space. The more spacious deck is easier to maneuver for maintenance and service needs, as well as providing an increase in physical space for the payload. Additionally the life of the pump is increased, while the chance for downtime is


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Our rollers are pretty basic. Basically perfect. BOMAG improves on perfection with the BW120AD-4 roller. Want a roller that will finish the job better, faster and more efficiently? Then you want the BW120AD-4 from BOMAG. We took the top tandem-drum vibratory roller in its class and made it even better: A more powerful 33.8-hp diesel engine, a 14-percent faster working speed, and a larger operator’s platform with standard laterally sliding seat for better visibility. Improving perfection? That’s just the basics with BOMAG. To do the best job, you need the best equipment. To learn more visit www.bomag-americas.com, or call 1-800-78-BOMAG today.

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Owensboro, KY 270/684-2339

Burlington, KY 41005 859-586-6133

Cambridge, OH 43725 740-432-6303

Marietta, OH 45750 740-374-7479

Perrysburg, OH 43551 419-874-0331

Paducah, KY 270/554-1131

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Holt, MI 48842 517-694-0471

Dublin, OH 43016 614-889-1073

Mentor, OH 44060 440-255-6300

Troy, OH 45373 937-416-6397

Evansville, IN 812/473-0484

Evansville, IN 47715 812-476-7321

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Gallipolis, OH 45631 740-446-3910

Monroe, OH 45050 513-539-9214

Rockford, IL 815/961-3160

Mount Vernon, IL 618/244-6800

Fort Wayne, IN 46808 260-483-8868

Brilliant, OH 43913 740-598-3400

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North Canton, OH 44720 330-494-3950

South Holland, IL 708/331-6362

Indianapolis, IN 46268 317-872-4877

Brunswick, OH 44212 330-225-6511

Mansfield, OH 44903 419-529-4848

1400 W. Ogden Ave. Naperville, IL 60563 630/355-7150

Wauconda, IL 847/526-7700 Rockdale, IL 815/730-9011


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DIMENSIONS (WxL) FT. (M)

MODEL

ROADTEC RX-400 RX-500 RX-700 RX-900

VOLVO Volvo MT2000 Volvo MW500

BOMAG BM500/50 BM600/15 BM1000/30-2 BM1200/30-2 BM1300/30-2 BM2000/60-2

by 2.49) 40.83 by 8.17 (12.44 by 2.19) 45.67 by 7.17 (13..92 by 2.49) 52.75 by 8.17 (16.08 by 2.74) 55.08 by 9.00 (16.79 6) 8.1 by 47.8 ( 2.5 0byby14. 9.4) 5.9 by 30.8 (1.7

1.41) 28.05 by 4.36 (8.544 xx 1.41) 28.05 by 4.36 (8.5 ) 43.5 by 6.9 (13.26 xx2.1 2.2) 43.5 by 7.27 (13.26 ) 2.2 x 43.5 by 7.27 (13.26 ) 48.9 by 8.2 (14.9 x 2.5

BUILDIN) G TEREX ROAD11. 8 by 8.2 (3.6 by 2.5 ) PR165 PR330T PR600 (3 track) PR600 (4 track) PR950 (3 track) PR950 (4 track) Reclaimer/Stabilizers RS350 RS446C RS600C RS950B

36.2 by 8.5 (11 byby2.6 2.6) 51.6 by 8.50 (15.7 .7 by 2.6) 51.6 by 8.50 (15.9 ) 2.8 by 55.6 by 9.2 (16 by 2.8) 55.6 by 9.2 (16.9

2.5) 25.3 by 8.1 (7.7 by by 3.1) 30.1 by 10.1 (9.2 by ) 26.8 by 9.9 (8.2 by 3.0 ) 26.6 by 9.9 (8.1 3.0

WIDTH CUT IN. (CM) or 122) 26, 36 or 48 (66, 91 8, 201 or 218) 74, 79 or 86 (181, 218, 24.9 or 305)) 79, 86, 98 or 120 (20 249, 305 or 381 8, (21 150 or 120 86, 98, 78.9 (200) 19.8 (50.3)

19.7 (50) 23.6 (60) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 21.2 (1,30) 78.7 (2,000)

DEPTH CUT IN. (CM)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

12 (30) 13 (33) 14 (36) 14 (36) 14 (35.5) 8.3 (21)

0-8.3 (0-21) 0-8.3 (0-21) 0-12.6 (0-32) 0-12.6 (0-32) 0-12.6 (32) 0-12.6 (32)

up to 12 (30.5) 24 (61) up to 12 (30.5) 2) (12 48 up to 14 (35.6) 86 (218.5) up to 14 (35.6) 86 (218.5) ) up to 15 (38.1) 381 or .9 342 .6, 261 (218.5, ) up to 15 (38.1) 86, 103, 135 or 150 8.5, 261.6, 342.9 or 381 86, 103, 135 or 150 (21 up to 16 (40.6) (50.8) 20 75 (190.5) to 17 (43.2); up to.6) up ) 96 (243.8 up to 16 (40 ) 20 (50.8) to 3.8 up (24 96 up to 16 (40.6); ) 96 (243.8); 120 (304.8

48,600 (22,045) 56,640 (25,691) 74,080 (33,602) 89,120 (40,424) 80,930 (36,709) 20,020 (9,081)

16,755 (7,600) 16,976 (7,700) 42,108 (19,100) 42,770 (19,400) 43,100 (19.550) 66,800 (30,300) 21,500 (9,752) 41,500 (18,870) 87,000 (39,462) 90,600 (41,095) 90, 620 (41,105) 98,620 (43,733) 36,000 (16,329) 51,600 (23, 405) 61,880 (28068) 70,500 (31,978)

ENGINE HP (kW) 325 (242) 630 (470) 700 (522) 950 (708) Cummins 610 (45) 5) Deutz 125 (93

125 (92) 125 (92) 275 (205) 275 (205) 275 (205) 590 (440) 165 (125) 330 (246) 600 (447) 600 (447) 950 (708) 950 (708) 350 (261) 415 (309) 600 (448) 950 (730)

VISIT WWW.CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM FOR COMPLETE MILLERS, FINISHERS AND PROFILERS LISTINGS. Roland Machinery Company DePere, WI 920/532-0165 Deforest, WI 608/842-4151 Franksville, WI 262/835-2710 Schofield, WI 715/355-9898 Eau Clair, WI 715/874-5400 Escanaba, MI 906/786-6920 Springfield, IL 217/789-7711 Carterville, IL 618/985-3399 Bridgeton, MO 314/291-1330 Cape Girardeau, MO 573/334-5252 Columbia, MO 573/814-0083 Palmyra, MO 573/769-2056 Portage, IN 219/764-8080

VT LeeBoy, Inc. • 500 Lincoln County Parkway Ext. • Lincolnton, N.C. 28092 • 704.966.3300 • www.leeboy.com


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Mauldin’s 1750-C Super Paver is ready for fast and hard action. Unmatched performance and durability set this heavyweight apart from all others.

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Miller-Bradford & Risberg, Inc.

15 W 400 No. Frontage Rd. Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (630) 654-3700 Fax: (630) 654-3792 www.finkbinerequipment.com

W250 N6851 Highway 164 Sussex, WI 53089 (262) 246-5700 Fax: 262-246-5719 Madison, WI (608) 222-9191 Eau Claire, WI (715) 832-3443 DePere, WI (920) 338-5800 Abbotsford, WI (715) 223-2381 Negaunee, MI (908) 475-4181 www.miller-bradford.com


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JCB’s Double-Drum Ride-On Rollers Offer Productivity JCB Vibromax is introducing a range of double-drum ride-on rollers, delivering high frequency compaction with JCB reliability and serviceability. The VMT380 and VMT430 models are both available in two drum widths, creating four distinct machines. With modern styling, a frontmounted engine and JCB Vibromax’s tapered front frame design, they offer lower ownership costs with increased productivity and ease of use, according to the manufacturer. The four models are the VMT380-130, VMT380-140, VMT430-130 and the VMT430-140, and they feature: • A robust single-piece exciter shaft design for maximum reliability • Front-mounted engine with tapered frame for improved visibility and weight distribution • Maintenance-free center joint and improved service access • High frequency and high amplitude with multiple vibration options

• Up to 5 percent fuel saving over previous models JCB Vibromax has redesigned its midweight ride-on roller range with a new frame, new engines, revised hydraulics and improved service access. Both the VMT380 and the VMT430 can be specified with either 51 or 55-in. (129 or 140 cm) wide drums. These rollers replace the previous VMT390 and VMT500 in the JCB compaction line-up. The new rollers benefit from an improved drive system that delivers a 20 percent increase in vibration frequency, to 66Hz, and for rolling speeds that are now up to 10 percent higher than the others. Gradeability has been improved by 42 percent, while all models use a mechanical gear shift for smoother starting and braking, according to the manufacturer. With a turning radius of 7.8 ft. (2.4 m) for the 51-in. drum machines and 8 ft. (2.4 m) for the 55 inch width models, the JCB

The new rollers benefit from an improved drive system that delivers a 20 percent increase in vibration frequency, to 66Hz.

Vibromax rollers offer 13 percent better maneuverability than others. Operators can now choose between single-front, singlerear or twin drum vibration, for more control on smooth finish asphalt layers. New Operator Station With the engine moved to the front section of the chassis and the larger water tanks now rear-mounted, the VMT machines benefit from a totally new operator station. The ergonomic drive lever now comes with an integrated cutter control, and an optional second drive lever contributes to added versatility. JCB’s automatic vibration control (AVC) system, which cuts off vibration when the roller stops traveling, remains a standard fit on all models. The machines have three working modes with a detented throttle control for three different frequencies. With less weight and a more efficient vibrator design, the rollers offer up to a 5 percent fuel saving over the

previous machines, while a larger fuel tank provides 4 to 8 hours of additional working capability between refills, reducing downtime. The larger 64.7-gal. (245 L) water tank, which has a pressurized water delivery system, also permits longer working between refills. Service Access The sturdy locking engine cover is gasstrut assisted for easy access to the engine and drive system. All models benefit from a center articulation joint that is maintenancefree, cutting the requirement for 500 hour greasing intervals. A single-piece exciter shaft also calls for less maintenance and lubrication, reducing service costs. In the event of a breakdown, the VMT models also have a towing pump installed, allowing the rollers to be pulled out of the working area for repair. For more information, visit www.jcb.com.

Both the VMT380 and the VMT430 can be specified with either 51 or 55-in. (129 or 140 cm) wide drums.


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Authorized Dynapac Dealers Brooks Tractor www.brookstractor.com Sun Prairie, WI 608.837.5141

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Milwaukee, WI 414.462.9790 West Salem, WI 608.786.2644 De Pere, WI 920.336.5711

Columbus, OH 614.443.6541 Toledo, OH 419.872.7101 Cincinnati, OH 513.771.3922 5LFKÂżHOG2+ 330.659.6681

Casey Equipment www.casey-equipment.com

Cadiz, OH 740.942.8871

Arlington Heights, IL 847.437.8686

Dayton, OH 937.879.3154

Lemont, IL 630.257.1261

Canton, OH 330.453.4521

Rockford, IL 815.332.8222

Painesville, OH 440.352.0452 Piketon, OH 740.289.3757

Construction Machinery Company www.cmcky.com Owensboro, KY 877.683.2262 Louisville, KY 866.901.2262

Dynapac USA

3700 East 68th Avenue Commerce City, CO 80022

Phone: 800-732-6762 Fax: 303-288-8828 www.dynapac.us

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The Victor L. Phillips Co. www.vlpco.com

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Fenton, MO 636.343.9970

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Evansville, IN 812.425.4428

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DMI Diesel Machinery, Inc. www.dieselmachinery.com

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Bradco Cold Planer Offers Precise Lapping, Taper Cuts

A standard-flow model is available with a 12-in. (30.5 cm) cutting width to operate with hydraulic flows of 12 to 22 gpm (45 to 83 Lpm). Five high-flow models are available in cutting widths from 16 to 40 in. (41 to 102 cm) and operate with flows from 22 to 40 gpm (83 to 151 Lpm).

Road Machinery & Supplies

McAllister Equipment Co.

Savage, MN 952/895-9595 800/888-9515

Des Moines, IA 218/741-9011 800/555-1445

12500 S. Cicero Ave. Alsip, IL 60803 708/389-7700

Duluth, MN 218/727-8671 800/888-9535

Sioux City, IA 712/252-0538 800/633-9104

Villa Park, IL 630/530-7600

Grand Rapids, MN 218/328-5916 800/459-5916

Cedar Rapids, IA 319/363-9655 800/616-6615

Rockford, IL 815/227-0555

East Peoria, IL 309/694-4455 Springfield, IL 217/789-0351

The Bradco cold planer by Paladin Construction Group, available in standardand high-flow models, attaches to skid steers to mill asphalt and concrete surfaces in open and confined spaces. Its independent depth adjustment side plates allow for precise lapping and taper cuts, while the high rear spoil clearance reduces recirculation of material. The planetary drive delivers high torque and durability and the angled spoil guard wheel design prevents the wheels from riding up and over millings. This provides a flat surface for the wheels to ride on, reducing rolling resistance, and allowing for consistent control over the depth of the cut. A 25-in. (64 cm) left to right side shift feature and removable right side plate allow for working next to curbs or other obstructions. The Bradco cold planer is ideal for asphalt and concrete pothole and frost heave repair, curb cutting, pavement texturing for improved skid resistance and roadway

removal around manholes. A standard-flow model is available with a 12-in. (30.5 cm) cutting width to operate with hydraulic flows of 12 to 22 gpm (45 to 83 Lpm). Five highflow models are available in cutting widths from 16 to 40 in. (41 to 102 cm) and operate with flows from 22 to 40 gpm (83 to 151 Lpm). The controls can be factory furnished with magnetic base joystick electric controls, or an optional wire harness to provide in-cab fingertip controls to operate side shift, tilt and cutting depth on high-flow models. Shields for hydraulic and electrical components help protect against unnecessary wear and tear. An optional water kit to reduce dust and increase pick life by up to 30 percent comes standard with a 30-gal. (113.5 L) tank and electric water pump. The nozzles and hoses required for the water kit are furnished with the Bradco Cold Planer. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com.


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BRANDEIS MACHINERY & SUPPLY COMPANY

ROLAND MACHINERY DePere WI 920/532-0165 • 920/532-0526 Deforest WI 608/842-4151 Franksville WI 262/835-2710 Schofield WI 715/355-9898 Eau Claire, WI 715/874-5400

Escanaba MI 906/786-6920 Springfield, IL 217/789-7711 Marengo, IL 815/923-4966 Bolingbrook IL 630/739-7474 Carterville, IL 618/985-3399

Bridgeton, MO 314/291-1330 Cape Girardeau, MO 573/334-5252 Columbia, MO 573/814-0083 Palmyra, MO 573/769-2056 Portage, IN 219/764-8080

1801 Watterson Tr. Louisville, KY 40299 502/491-4000 • Fax: 502/499-3195 www.brandeismachinery.com Evansville, IN 812/425-4491 • Fax 812/425-1171 Corbin, KY 606/528-3700 • Fax 606/528-9014 Lexington, KY 859/259-3456 • Fax 859/254-0783

Stanville, KY 606/478-9201 • Fax 606/478-9208 Paducah, KY 270/444-8390 • Fax 270/575-4907 Indianapolis, IN 317/872-8410 • Fax 317/872-8417 Ft.Wayne, IN 260/489-4551 • Fax 260/489-1620


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MODEL

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

ENGINE TYPE

SAKAI Soil Compactors SV201D-1 SV201T-1 SV201TB-1 SV201TF-1 SV400D SV400T SV400TB SV400TF SV505D SV505T SV510D SV510T SV510TB SV510TF CV550D CV550T Asphalt Rollers CR270 SW300 SW320 SW330 TW320-1 TW330-1 SW652 SW770HF SW800 SW850 SW880 SW990 R2H-2 GW750-2 SD43 PD43 PDB43 SD54 PD54 PDB54 SD66X SD66XC SD84X SD84XC WP2500 WolfPac 3100 WolfPac 3100D WolfPac 4100 WolfPac 6100

Kubota V3307- Tier III Kubota V3307- Tier III Kubota V3307- Tier III Kubota V3307- Tier III Deutz TCD2011L04W Deutz TCD2011L04W Deutz TCD2011L04W Deutz TCD2011L04W Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Isuzu BB-6BG1T Isuzu BB-6BG1T Honda GX-610 Tier IV Kubota D1703-M-ET01 Int. Tier IV Int. T01 M-E 03D17 ota Kub Tier IV Kubota D1703-M-ET01 Int. Tier IV Int. T01 M-E 03D17 Kubota Tier IV Kubota D1703-M-ET01 Int. Kubota V3307-DI-T-KDN Isuzu 4JJ1XDIA Isuzu BB-6BG1T Deutz BF4M2012C Deutz TCD2012L04-2V Deutz TCD2012L06-2V Kubota V3307-DI Isuzu 4JJ1XDIA Deere 3029DF150 Deere 3029DF150 Deere 3029DF150 Deere 3029DF150 Deere 3029DF150 Deere 3029DF150 Cummins B3.9-110 Cummins B3.9-110 Cummins QSB3.9C-130 Cummins QSB3.9C-130 Honda GX340 Honda Twin GX610 Kubota Diesel D722 Kubota Diesel D902 Kubota Diesel V1505

N WACKER NEUSO Hatz RD 7H-ES RS 800A RSS 800A RT 56-SC-2 RT 82-SC-2 RD 12-90 RD 12A-90 RD 16-90 RD 16-100 RD 27-100 RD 27-120

Honda Honda Kohler Kohler Wacker Honda Kohler Kohler Perkins Perkins

54 (1,370) 54 (1,370) 54 (1,370) 54 (1,370) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 35.5 (90) 39 (99) 47 (119) 51 (129) 47 (119) 51 (129) 58 (147) 67 (170) 67 (170) 79 (200) 79 (200) 84 (213) 22/43 (55/109) n/a 43 (109.2) 43 (109.2) 43 (109.2) 54 (137.2) 54 (137.2) 54 (137.2) 66 (167.6) 66 (167.6) 84 (213.4) 84 (213.4) 28/32 (71/81.3) 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 40 (101.6) 47.25 (120)

25.5 (65) 28.3 (72) 28.3 (72) 22 (56) 32 (82) 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

60 (152) 60 (152) 60 (152) 60 (152) 76 (193) 76 (193) 89 (225) 76 (193) 91 (231) 91 (231) 91 (231) 91 (231) 110 (280) 91 (231) 110 (280) 110 (280) 35.5 (90) 44 (111) 52 (132) 56 (142) 52 (132) 56 (142) 64 (162) 75 (190) 87 (220) 87 (220) 90 (228) 83 (210) 87 (221) 49 (124.5) 49 (124.5) without blade 57 (144.8) without blade 59 (150) 59 (150) without blade 68 (172.7) without blade 73 (185.4) 73 (185.4) without blade 91 (231) 91 (231) without blade 36 (91.4) 39 (99) 39 (99) 44 (111.8) 50 (127)

27.5 (70) 33 (83) 33 (83) 22 (56) 32 (82) 40.8 (103) 40.8 (103) 39.4 (100) 43.3 (110) 43.3 (110) 51.2 (130)

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103 (263) 103 (263) 103 (263) 103 (263) 115 (290) 115 (290) 115 (290) 115 (290) 136 (345) 136 (345) 136 (345) 136 (345) 136 (345) 136 (345)

74.5 (189) 107 (271) 103 (261) 99 (251) 103 (261) 99 (251) 143 (363) 170 (431) 173 (439) 173 (439) 172 (436) 165 (419) 122 (309) 94 (238.8) 94 (238.8) 94 (238.8) 89 (226.1) 89 (226.1) 89 (226.1) 127 (322.6) 127 (322.6) 158 (401.3) 158 (401.3) 99 (251.5) 78 (198.1) 78 (198.1) 85 (215.9) 113 (287)

na na na 73 (186) 63 (160) 61 (154) 61 (154) 79.6 (202) 77 (196) 98.8 (250) 94.9 (241)

FREQUENCY HZ

1,800 (30) 1,800 (30) 1,800 (30) 1,800 (30) 1,800 to 2,300 (30 to 38) 1,800 to 2,300 (30 to 38) 1,800 to 2,300 (30 to 38) 1,800 to 2,300 (30 to 38) 1,650 to 2,200 (28 to 37) 1,650 to 2,200 (28 to 37) 1,650 to 2,200 (28 to 37) 1,650 to 2,200 (28 to 37) 1,650 to 2,200 (28 to 37) 1,650 to 2,200 (28 to 37) 1,800 to 2,400 (30 to 40) 1,800 to 2,400 (30 to 40) 4,000 (67) 4,000 (67) 4,000 (67) 4,000 (67) 4,000 (67) 4,000 (67) 3,000 to 4,000 (50 to 67) 2,500 to 4,000 (42 to 67) 2,500 to 4,000 (42 to 67) 2,500 to 4,000 (42 to 67) 2,500 to 4,000 (42 to 67) 2,500 to 4,000 (42 to 67) n/a 2400 (40) 35 35 35 35 35 35 30 to 40 30 to 40 30 to 35 30 to 35 N/A 65 65 67 67

3,300 4,200 4,200 2,500 2,500 3,900 3,900 4,200 4,200 3,300 3,300


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CHARTS from page 68

MODEL

CASE DV201 DV202 DV204 DV207 DV210 DV213 SV208 SV210 SV212 SV216 PT240

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Deutz D2011 L2 Deutz D2011 L2 Deutz D2011 L3 Cummins BTAA 3.3 Cummins QXB 3.3 Cummins QSB 4.5 9 Cummins QXB 3.3 C9 9 Cummins QXB 3.3 C9 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 3.3

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Kubota D1703-M

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 57.1 (145) 66.9 (170) 82.7 (210) 66 (170) 66 (170) 87 (220) 87 (220) 78.2 (199)

47.2 (120)

VOLVO Soil Compaction VOLVO SD25F VOLVO SD45F VOLVO SD70F VOLVO SD77F VOLVO SD100F VOLVO SD105F VOLVO SD116F VOLVO SD160F VOLVO SD200F Asphalt Compaction CR24 CR30 DD14 DD16 DD29 DD31HF DD38HF DD70 DD70HF DD90 DD90HF DD112HF DD118HF DD118HFA DD132HF DD138HF DD138HFA

Kubota V2203-M Kubota V-3600T Kubota V3800DI Kubota V3800DI Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Kubota V2203 Kubota V2203 Kubota D722-B Kubota D722-B Kubota V2203M Kubota V2203M Kubota V2203M Cummins 4B3.9- NA Cummins 4B3.9- NA Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5

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WIDTH IN. (CM) 42.9 (109) 50.8 (129) 54.9 (139) 60.6 (153) 71.7 (182) 87.5 (222) 74 (188) 76 (193) 96 (245) 98 (250) 82.7 (210)

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ADM Releases New Single-Drum Counterflow Plant Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc.’s EX Series asphalt plants with single-drum counterflow technology offer high efficiency and a compact design for contractors with low to medium production needs. The EX Series asphalt plants produce 100 to 425 tons (91 to 385 t) per hour at a very low cost per ton. They boast long aggregate drying and mixing times and are capable of processing high percentages of RAP, according to the manufacturer. Using counterflow technology, the EX Series has separate drying and mixing zones to achieve the maximum level of heat transfer and fuel efficiency. Furthermore, this system virtually eliminates unsafe hydrocarbon emissions, which are a common problem with other drum mix plants. To make the plants even more environmentally friendly, ADM designed the system to reintroduce residual gases back to the drum’s combustion zone. The plants are available in portable or stationary versions. They meet all federal and state specifications and consistently produce quality asphalt to help protect operators against out-of-spec damages. Plant controls are sophisticated in their abilities, yet simple in operation. The EX

The EX Series asphalt plants produce 100 to 425 tons (91 to 385 t) per hour.

Series can be operated by just one plant operator and one loader operator. Additionally, the plants are built with durability and low maintenance in mind, so onsite staff is able to handle most breakdown issues. A wide range of components further customizes each plant for particular customer needs. Available individual components include cold feed bins, hot oil asphalt cement

tanks (both horizontal and vertical), directfired horizontal cement tanks, portable and stationary bag houses, mineral filler systems, RAP systems, self-erect and stationary silos, weigh and drag conveyors, weigh batchers and fuel oil tanks. In addition to the EX Series, ADM also offers its MileMaker, RoadBuilder and SPL Series. Each ADM plant can be custom designed to meet the requirements of indi-

vidual sites, essentially building each client’s business based upon the components and plant size needed. A family-owned company since 1974, Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc. offers asphalt plants, auxiliary equipment, parts and service. For more information, call 260/637-5729 or visit www.admasphaltplants.com.

Terex Bid-Well 2418 Workbridge Offers Wide Walkway The Terex Bid-Well 2418 requirements, according to workbridge offers a 24-in. the manufacturer. (61.0 cm) wide walkway over This feature provides the its 18-in. (45.7 cm) deep truss operator with simple switch frame, allowing crew memcontrol of forward and bers to cross freshly laid conreverse workbridge movecrete surfaces to efficiently ment. perform required tasks behind With its low, 12-lb.-perthe paver. The 2418’s boomlinear-ft. (17.9-kg/m) style, all-welded construction weight, the standard-duty offers a stable frame at 2418 is the smallest workextended widths, and its bridge in the line, which also design snaps together to elimincludes the Terex Bid-Well inate the dozens of nut-and3424 and 3430 models. With bolt connections found on 3-, 6- and 12-ft. (0.9, 1.8 and other units. Its interlocking 3.7 m) truss insert segments, bottom truss castings with the 2418 offers flexibility in pin-type top sections deliver meeting a variety of operatfast assembly at the job site, ing widths up to a maximum according to the manufactur- The Terex Bid-Well 2418 places workers low to the concrete surface for quicker, easier hand finishing. of 105 ft. (32 m), making it a er. complement to the Terex The 2418’s workbridge Bid-Well 2450 and 3600 With a flexible design that can be built to pass over obstructions. frame design is capable of fitting in between bridge pavers. Its telescoping end segFor bridge work, the 2418 can be ments offer up to 10 ft. (3.0 m) of leg travthe barrier wall steel on bridge decks. While customer configurations, the 2418 workother designs must be set above the vertical bridge offers multiple leg and wheel options equipped with either concave wheels for el — from 15 ft. (4.6 m) retracted to 25 ft. steel of the barrier wall positioning workers to meet job site demands. Its standard bolt- riding on screed pipe or pneumatic tires for (7.6 m) extended — to each side of the far away from the concrete surface, the together, fixed-height leg offers economical use on highway or roadway applications. workbridge, so it can adapt to flaring deck Terex Bid-Well 2418 places workers low to operation in any application. An optional Whether used for bridgework or roadwork, widths. the concrete surface for quicker, easier hand screw-jack leg design enables workbridge the optional power drive unit for the 2418 For more information, visit height to be quickly raised and lowered to is a cost-efficient way to reduce labor www.terex.com. finishing.


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John Deere Adds to Scraper Special Series Tractor Line DEERE from page 48

conditions and drive profits to the bottom line.” Answering the customers’ requests, all 9RT Series Track Tractors are equipped with an AirCushion suspension system. This suspension isolates the entire front chassis when operating on harsh, uneven terrain. The entire system is fully automatic and requires no operator adjustment or special care. In addition, this system allows the tractor to travel much faster over rough terrain found in everyday operations, while increasing operator comfort, according to the manufacturer. CommandView II Cab Fitted with the CommandView II Cab, the 9R/9T Series tractors provide operators a spacious and comfortable cab. The new cab design and layout takes the mobile office environment to a whole new level with easyto-use fingertip controls and enhanced visibility, convenience and productivity. Improvements to the cab include a 10 percent increase in overall cab volume, seven percent more glass area and four times more storage area over the previous CommandView cab. In addition to a new cab design, John Deere incorporated many creature comfort features to ensure a productive and enjoyable ride. The right-hand console from previous models was removed to improve visibility and provide more space. In its place, John Deere added a right-hand convenience area. This area includes: two cup holders, an ISO connector, power outlets, an MP3 jack (premium radio option required) and storage for cell phones, MP3 players, etc. The functions and features formerly located on the right-hand console were relocated to the redesigned CommandARM, including a new 7-in. color CommandCenter display. The CommandArm provides fingertip controls of key tractor functions, including throttle, transmission speed and direction, and selective control valves. Additional adjustments and configuration settings are made on the optional touch-screen capable GreenStar (GS3) CommandCenter display. Transmission In an effort to lower daily operating costs, John Deere incorporated the Powershift transmission (PST) with efficiency manager as base equipment on all 9R/9RT Scraper Special Tractors. This transmission allows the tractor to operate at an optimal performance level while minimizing fuel consumption. With a thumb wheel located on the transmission lever, the efficiency manager gives pinpoint ground-speed control by allowing the operator to set speeds for transport or when the operator is not in the cut

loading dirt. Efficiency manager also allows maximum efficiency and productivity from the tractor through continuous communication between the engine and transmission. The program can make appropriate adjustments based on inputs received from the tractor and matches engine and transmission performance to ground speed, providing a fuel-efficient tractor. JDLink and Service Advisor Remote Capability For those fleet managers, owners or operators looking to get the most out of their equipment, the JDLink system continuously collects and transmits machine data for machine management via mobile phone technology. The system enables the preventive maintenance and remote diagnostics of tractors, as well as the tracking of machines working on multiple job sites. John Deere provides its customer with the tools to optimize their tractor’s performance. Additional Enhancements The 9R/9RT Scraper Series Tractors incorporate feedback directly from John Deere customers. To start, John Deere included a new common hydraulic/transmission/axle oil reservoir that provides the operator many benefits, including improved oil level management and a common oil reservoir that improves ease of operation by decreasing the number of checkpoints. Additionally, the oil reservoir allows the operator to easily maintain the proper oil level for all conditions. For improved serviceability, the 9R wheel tractor now has two hydraulic oil filters, instead of one. This enhancement increases the service interval from 750 hours to 1,500 hours. Other improved features on the scraper tractors include enhanced fender coverage, upgrades to the frame, chassis and axles, and a standard tow cable. The increased tire fender coverage helps the operator spend less time cleaning dirt and mud off windows and more time in the cab. The foundation of the 9R Scraper Special Series is a three-section frame with components specifically designed for the harsh demands of the job site. Axle flats integrated on 4.72-in. (12 cm.) diameter axles offer improved wheel attachment and reduced maintenance. The axle lubrication system features pressurized cooled and filtered oil for greater axle component reliability and service life. In addition, the tow cable is now included as base equipment and is no longer a field install only kit. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.

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Mustang RT Series Feature HydraTrac Automatic Track Tensioning System Mustang has two new RT series track loaders — the 1750RT and 2100RT. The Mustang RT series track loaders feature HydraTrac automatic track tensioning system, which eliminates the need for manually tensioning the tracks on the loader before operation. This not only saves valuable time on the job site, but it also increases the life of the tracks and bearings by ensuring the proper tension immediately upon machine start-up, maintains tension during use, and then releases tension when the machine is shut down, according to the manufacturer. Other key features of these loaders include: • Yanmar Tier III naturally Optimized radial lift boom offers customers enhanced strength and optimal aspirated (1750RT) and tur- forward reach at trailer loading and dumping heights. bocharged (2100RT) diesel • The standard “5x5” drive control system offers five setengine with 179 ft. lbs. (242.3 Nm) and 206 ft. lbs. (279.3 Nm) torque respectively, and AntiStall technology provides tings that change five parameters to suit operator preference and application requirements. the power to handle the largest jobs with ease. • Welded, dedicated track system enhances grading, trac• Optimized radial lift boom offers customers enhanced strength and optimal forward reach at trailer loading and tive effort and provides a smoother ride. • Tilt-out foot pod allows for foot well cleanout and produmping heights. Lifting over 127.5 in. (324 cm) high. • Operator’s cab features enhanced ergonomics, comfort vides access to the fuel tank and other components under the and visibility. Adjustable seat-mounted electro-hydraulic cab. For more information, call 800/628-0491 or visit controls move with the operator enhancing precise controlwww.mustangmfg.com/maketracks.aspx. lability and reducing operator fatigue.

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John Deere Announces Final Tier IV/Stage IV Engine Technology Path John Deere announced continuation of its planned building-block approach to meet United States Final Tier IV and European Union Stage IV emissions regulations. Final Tier IV/Stage IV regulations for off-highway diesel engines begin as early as 2013 for engines 74 hp (55 kW) and below. Regulatory dates for engines 75 hp and above will be implemented in stages starting in 2014 and 2015, and require particulate matter (PM) levels established by Interim Tier IV/Stage III B regulations to be maintained while requiring an additional 80 percent reduction in nitrogen oxides (NOx) from previous regulations. To meet Final Tier IV/Stage IV emissions regulations in some power categories, John Deere developed the integrated emissions control system — an optimized aftertreatment solution paired with the performance-enhanced, fuel-efficient Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engine platform, featuring proven cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR). The John Deere Integrated Emissions Control system will typically consist of a diesel oxidation cat-

alyst (DOC), diesel particulate filter (DPF) and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system specifically designed to meet the rigorous demands of off-highway applications. John Deere will continue to tailor its integrated emissions control system configurations to fit a variety of off-highway applications. “At John Deere, we continue to offer the right combination of technologies at the right time to meet increasingly stringent emissions regulations and customer needs,” said John Piasecki, director of worldwide marketing, sales and customer support of John Deere Power Systems. “Exhaustive research and testing determined that an application-specific SCR system that is well integrated with our proven Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engine platform will be the best solution to achieve Final Tier IV/Stage IV emissions compliance while delivering the power, performance, ease of operation, fluid efficiency, reliability and economical operating cost that our customers expect from John Deere.” Consisting of an exhaust filter and SCR aftertreatment

components that are optimized and fully integrated, the Integrated Emissions Control system will allow John Deere engines to utilize less diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) than alternative Interim Tier IV/Stage III B SCR technology solutions. Lower DEF consumption means DEF tank size can be smaller — minimizing the impact on vehicle applications, extending DEF filter service intervals and reducing operator involvement. Monitored and controlled by proprietary electronics within the John Deere enhanced engine control unit (ECU), the integrated emissions control system also provides fluid efficiency without sacrificing overall performance. Like the John Deere approach to previous tiers, its Final Tier IV/Stage IV technology solution has been designed to consider overall performance and operating efficiency, which takes into account total fluid consumption including diesel fuel and additional fluids such as diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). John Deere Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines will operate efficiently with traditional ultra low-sulfur diesel as well as biodiesel 5 to 20 percent (B5B20) blends meeting applicable ASTM standards, providing optimal performance and fuel choice flexibility. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com/tier4. To meet Final Tier IV/Stage IV emissions regulations in some power categories, John Deere developed the integrated emissions control system — an optimized aftertreatment solution paired with the performance-enhanced, fuelefficient Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engine platform, featuring proven cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR).

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316-945-1015 ASPHALT CUTTERS EXTREME SERVICE Large Overseas Order 10 Extra Units Retails: $3,100 Blowout Special: $2,000 24 Hr. Shipping 218-863-6445 Email: attintl@loretel.net

Cat D343 Industrial, Cranes, Generator of Marine Use, 0 hours on complete major rebuild, non-spacer plate.

2010 Volvo EW180C, 8'6'' arm, A/C, hammer shear piping, very good, 702 hours ..................................$196,000.

Bobcat T-190, Gold package, heat, A/C, radio, keyless power, QuickAttach hi-flow hyds, 1500 hrs...............................$23,500. With/without Bobcat 18'' wheel saw cuts, asphalt concrete Frost..............................$7,500. Togther........................$29,000.

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Track Loaders

Hydraulic Excavators

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LOADERS Backhoe Loaders 2008 Yanmar CBL40, 3 pt hitch, PTO, backhoe loader bucket with skid plate, very good condition, 216 hours ....................................$32,500.

612-751-7806 brbaumann@ broadband-mn.com 2004 Bobcat T190, 12'' track width, 2 speed, A/C, cab, aux. hyds............................$27,685.

Skid Steer Loaders 2007 JCB 1110T, canopy model, SSL 17'7'' width, Servo controls, Pictures available, 980 hours...........................$32,000.

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2011 Powerscreen Chieftain 2100X, 2 deck, Cat 4-4, regular grid, remote control tipping function, excellent condition, 590 hours..................$245,000. 502-326-9300

TELEHANDLERS Telescopic Handlers

2006 John Deere CT322, ROPS, aux. hyds., standard dipper, 2778 hours......$25,000. 316-945-1015 2007 Takeuchi TL150, EROPS, heat, A/C, newer tracks, dirt bucket, forks available for addt'l., excellent running condition, 1200 hours ........$38,750. 219-616-6067

MATERIAL HANDLERS

Ingersoll Rand VR8432, Cummins diesel, 4x4, 28'2'' max forward reach, fork assy., 8000 lb. capacity, good condition, 1158 hours .........$49,600. 708-297-3541

MOTOR GRADERS Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697

Screening Plants

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Material Handlers 641-628-2000

RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

Graders 2005 John Deere 770D, 12' blade, A/C, blade tilt, diff lock, 5251 hours...............$145,000. 316-945-1015

REAL ESTATE

2006 JCB 506C HL, 6,000 lb lift capacity to 42 feet, pallet forks, very good condition, 279 hours...........................$64,900. 847-437-8686

TRAILERS Tag-A-Long Trailers 2003 Trail King TK12, 16'x6'8'' wood deck, 2 axles, spring suspension, 4' ramps..........$3950. 316-945-1015

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. CATERPILLAR 160H | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE SEVERAL UNITS OF THE FOLLOWING CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS. ALL GRADERS MUST BE IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE PROVIDE A COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR, MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND LAST OFFER PRICE. CAT 12G (1977 - 1995) CAT 140G (1987 - 1995) CAT 140H (2000 - 2003) CAT 14G (1978 - 1995) CAT 14H (1995 - 2000) CAT 160H CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM| –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER USER USA KOMASTU D85 D135 D155 375 BULL D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 1997 AND UP CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO TRADE (4) 295X35 TIRES WITH RIMS FOR 295X29 USED TIRES CONTACT: K SANSALONE PHONE: 856-297-4758 FAX: 856-362-5602 EMAIL: KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– REQUIRED USED MACHINES TO IKRAM ULLAH KHAN & COMPANY | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 920.930.950B, E & 966D, E CAT 140G S/N:10,000 UP. DYNAPAC CA251D, CA262D, CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 YEAR 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1,EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1,UH07-7,UH083 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC 200-6,-7. WWW.IUKCO.COM CONTACT: IKRAM KHAN PHONE: +92-300-2831078 EMAIL: IUKANDCO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT S130 SKID STEER | ABOUT 30 UNITS YOUG LOW HOUR BOBCAT S 130 SKID STEER CONTACT: KAM PENG TING PHONE: +6019 3211233 FAX: +603 79803422 EMAIL: TINGKAMPENG@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS AND OTHER MENTIONED MACHINES | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 920.930.950B, E & 966D,E CAT 140G S/N:10,000 UP. DYNAPAC CA251D,CA262D,CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 YEAR 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1,EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1,UH07-7,UH083 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC 200-6,-7. WWW.IUKCO.COM CONTACT: MR MAHSOOD PHONE: 0092-313-2002763 EMAIL: INFO@IUKCO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WE NEED A FRONT MOUNT SCARIFIER FOR A NORAM 65E. CONTACT: JAMI SALTER PHONE: 318-343-6700 EMAIL: JSALTER@SCOTTCOMPANIES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED ALL THE TIME BULLDOZER D6D7D8D9D10 2005 UP AND LOADER GRADER USER 2005 LOW HOURS USER USA CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR A USED 3500 LB. DEMOLITION BALL. CONTACT: JAMES SIMS PHONE: 770-886-8319 FAX: 770-886-4715 EMAIL: JSIMSDEMOLITION@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2003 42M CONCRETE BOOM PUMP LOOK HERE: HTTP://NESD.CRAIGSLIST.ORG/GRD/290 4049031.HTML CONTACT: SCOTT PHONE: 724 323-4526 EMAIL: APPALACHIAN76051.SCOTT@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAISSON ROCK BIT 36” I BEAMS | WANT TO BUY: I NEED A USED CAISSON ROCK BIT TO DRILL ROCK SOCKETS FOR 36” I BEAMS. PLEASE RETURN EMAIL PRICE & PHOTOS. CONTACT: CLIFF PHONE: 724 323-4526 EMAIL: CBERTOCCI@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA LAWN TRACTOR DIESEL 60" | DESCRIBE WHAT YOU WANT. CONTACT: CLAYTON EMAIL: CXTHEG@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 750J LT TRACK DOZER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR EAST COAST LOCATION GOING TO NH WHOLESALE ONLY! CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 02 CAT 320C, 05 CAT 966C | GREETINGS ALL, I AM LOOKING FOR A 2002 CAT 320C AND A 2005 CAT 966C. SEND ME YOUR BEST PRICE ALONG WITH THE COMPLETE DETAILS FOR EACH MACHINE. CONTACT: HATIM YOUSIF PHONE: 515-333-7660 EMAIL: HATIMBAREED@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER D9T LOW LOW HOURS RIPPER USER USA I NEED 2 CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– **WANTED** BOBCAT BRAND EQUIPMENT | AM BUYING BOBCAT BRAND MACHINERY LOCATED IN THE S.E. UNITED STATES. PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES; S320, S300, S250, T320, T300, T250. PREFERENCE GIVEN TO GOLD PACKAGE MACHINES, BUT WE WILL CONSIDER ANY BOBCAT BRAND EQUIPMENT. PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE ***DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND*** CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

SKID STEER LOADER | 64 HORSEPOWER SKID STEER THAT HAS AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS. WANT TIRES NOT TRACKS. PREFERABLY IN KANSAS REGION. CONTACT: JOHN SMITH PHONE: 620-221-9196 EMAIL: SMITHANG@PIXIUS.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI TRACK EXCAVATORS EX200, EX400 | WE WANT TO BUY HITACHI TRACK EXCAVATORS EX200 & EX400, OFFER ME WHEN AVAILABLE FOR SALE. CONTACT: FAIZ KHAN EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR, HITACHI, DYANPAC | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES (WE BUY FOR OUR STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 910.920.930.950B, E & 966D,E CAT 140G S/N:10,000 UP. DYNAPAC CA251D,CA262D,CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 YEAR 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1,EX 300 EX 400 EX 600. EX100WD-1,EX60WD-1,UH07-7, UH083 AND ALS JCB TELEHANDLERS 550. IF AVAILABLE ANY TIME CONTACT ME WWW.IUKCO.COM CONTACT: IKRAM KHAN PHONE: +92-33-55-55-360 EMAIL: IUKANDCO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS 910, 920, 950, 950B, 950E, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966FII | WE ARE LOOKING FOR CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS 910, 920, 950, 950B, 950E, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966FII, PLEASE INFORM US WHEN AVAILABLE FOR SALES OR UP COMING UNITS. CONTACT: HIDAYAT KHAN PHONE: +92-345-8818803 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHANINTRCO@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR JCB TELEHANDLERS 550 | WE ARE LOOKING FOR USED JCB TELEHANDLERS 550, OFFER US & KINDLY SEND US DETAILS, PICTURES & OFFER US BEST PRICE. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PHONE: +92-333-3298751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MACK FRONT LOADER TRASH TRUCK | 2001 OR NEWER MODEL MACK FRONT LOADER TRASH TRUCK, MR MODEL, ENGINE MIN 300 HP, TRANSMISSION: AUTO/OVERDRIVE, A/C, POWER STEERING, TANDEM AXLE, FULL EJECT BODY, HEIL, NCNELIS OR EZ PAK, MIN 32 YARDS, TRUCK MUST BE ABLE TO PASS USDOT INSPECTION AND VA STATE INSPECTION CONTACT: HOLLIE RYAN PHONE: 804-469-4500 FAX: 804-469-4503 EMAIL: HRYAN@DINWIDDIEVA.US –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER PART | WE ARE LOOKING FOR STEEL TRACKS FOR DOZER D9N 1993 CONTACT: OUFI EMAIL: ALOUFI01@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

ASPHALT TANKER TRAILER | WANTEDGOOD USED ASPHALT TANKER TRAILER WITH BURNER TUBE. PROPANE OR DIESEL HEAT. PREFER 6000 TO 7200 GALLON CAPACITY. CONTACT: KEITH SOMERVILLE PHONE: 3194800056 FAX: 5634883303 EMAIL: MSISTREETS@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR PARTS | PART # 4W7018, 4W-7019, 4P-9830, 7W-5929 CONTACT: MARK TKILMER PHONE: 877-576-1123 EXT. 134 FAX: 855-279-1840 EMAIL: WMANDEQUIPMENTSLLC@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D8N D8R ENC CAB WITH RIPPER LOW HOURS USER USA NO SALESMAN CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN | PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 | EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 627G | CAT 627G(S) :: < 5000 HRS, CAB, A/C, PP, RETARDER :: UNITED STATES :: WEST COAST PREFERRED :: CONTACT - SOUTH MOUNTAIN TRACTOR :: WWW.SOMOTRACTOR.COM CONTACT: MATT PHONE: (602) 358-1591 EMAIL: SOMOTRACTOR@COX.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– OTR TIRES | I BUY AND SELL OTR TIRES, OFFER ME YOURS, I HAVE THOUSANDS FOR SALE. CONTACT: JEFF WILLISON | PHONE: 918-407-8787 | EMAIL: JEFFWEQUIPCO@TULSACOXMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SEEKING VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY ICE, MKT AND/OR APE. WE PAY CASH AND/OR WIRE WITHIN 24 HOURS OF ACCEPTANCE. YOUR BEST OPTION FOR SELLING YOUR SURPLUS PILING EQUIPMENT. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON PHONE: 864-542-4369 EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WHEEL LOADERS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING WHEEL LOADERS. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE EMAIL US WITH COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND LAST OFFER PRICE. KAWASAKI LOADERS: 50Z-V 60Z-V 65Z-IV, 65Z-V 70Z-II, 70Z-IV, 70Z-V 80Z-II, 80Z-IV, 80Z-V 85Z-II, 85Z-IV, 85Z-V 90Z-II, 90Z-IV, 90Z-V 95Z-II, 95Z-IV, 95Z-V CAT LOADERS: 910, 920, 930, 936E, 936F, 938G 950B, 950C, 950E, 950F, 950G 966C, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966G 980C, 980F CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 65 TON JOHNSON BLOCK (CRANE) | WANT 65 TON JOHNSON LOAD BLOCK (OR EQUAL) WITH FOUR(4) EACH 18" DIAMETER SHEEVES FOR 7/8" CABLE CAST SWIVEL HOOK WITH THRUST BEARING & SAFETY HOOK CHEAP ONLY! CONTACT: CLIFF | PHONE: 724 323-4526 | EMAIL: CBERTOCCI@AOL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

HITACHI EX OR ZX 200, JD 200, KOMATSU 200 TRACK EXCAVATOR | CLEAN REASONABLE HOURS WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MINI EXCAVATORS CONTACT: HRELECTRICSINC PHONE: 9144243171 EMAIL: HRELECTRICE@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PILE DRIVING EQUIPMENT | SEEKING PILE HAMMERS OF ALL MAKES AND MODELS. AIR, DIESEL, AND VIBRATORY HAMMERS AND ACCESSORIES. ALSO SEEKING CLAMSHELL BUCKETS. CONTACT: KRISTIN PHONE: 856-456-0081 FAX: 856-742-1994 EMAIL: KDELARGEY@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BG380 JG1 TRACK JAW | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR US LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1999-2001 LINK BELT HTC 8670 INTEND TO PURCHASE IMMEDIATELY. CONTACT: SAM WETMORE PHONE: 904-786-3181 FAX: 904-786-1131 EMAIL: SAM@JAXCRANE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 315D EXCAVATOR WITH LOW HRS CONTACT: FRANK HORAN TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES, LLC PHONE: 1-800-654-USED (8733) EXT. 1230 FAX: 856-697-4842 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROOFING COMPANY GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. EVERYTHING GOES CONTACT: TIM LOPEZ PHONE: 813 217-2110 EMAIL: TTL929@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER ALL THE TIME D3 AT D10 2005 AND UP LOW LOW HOURS USA USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 140G CAT MOTOR GRADER WE ARE URGENTLY NEED OF USED CAT 140G MOTOR GRADERS, YEAR MODEL 1989-1995 WITH RIPPER. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE EMAIL US WITH COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND YOUR FINAL PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GUZZELL VAC TRUCK CONTACT: BUD BROZIO PHONE: 217-428-4381 FAX: 217-864-6638 EMAIL: BBROZIO@BODINESERVICES.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CAT 312B RIGHT SIDE ACCESS DOOR ENGINE | LOOKING FOR RIGHT SIDE (AS SITTING IN OPERATORS SEAT) ACCESS DOOR THAT EXPOSES FILTERS ON ENGINE COMPARTMENT. PLEASE EMAIL WITH CONDITION, PRICE AND CONTACT INFO. CONTACT: MIKE FOSTER PHONE: 830-438-6623 EMAIL: LANDSMITHENTERPRISE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR IT28G TOOL CARRIER | LOW HOUR IT28G WITH CAB/AC, GP BUCKET AND FORKS CONTACT: FRANK HORAN TRICO EQUIPMENT PHONE: 1-800-654-USED (8733) EXT. 1230 FAX: 856-697-4842 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCKS VOLVO A35D(S) | WANTED: TWO (2) VOLVO A35DS. AROUND 2000 HRS +-, TAILGATES, LINERS, PREFERABLY WEST COAST. WWW.SOMOTRACTOR.COM WWW.IEDAGROUP.COM WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SOMOTRACTOR WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/EQUIPMENTPOST WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/SOMOTRACTOR WWW.TWITTER.COM/SOMOTRACTOR.COM CONTACT: CHRIS LOHMAN PHONE: (602) 363-2396 FAX: (480) 307-3711 EMAIL: SOMOTRACTOR@COX.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATORS AND CAT LOADER | WE ARE LOCAL GOLD MINERS HERE IN MALI SUB-REGION OF WEST AFRICA. WE ARE LOOKING FOR COMPANY THAT WILL SUPPLY US WITH THE MENTIONED MACHINES ON JOINT VENTURE PARTINERSHIP TO INCREASE OUR PRODUCTION CAPACITY. CONTACT: MR.YUSSF GARUBA PHONE: +22370233959 FAX: +22365499083 EMAIL: AFRICA.INVESTMENT@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR, HITACHI, DYNAPAC , KOMATSU | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 920.930.950B, E & 966D, E CAT 140G S/N:10,000 UP. DYNAPAC CA251D, CA262D, CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 YEAR 1999-2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1, EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1, UH077, UH083 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC 200-6,-7. CONTACT: MR KHAN PHONE: +92-300-283-1078 EMAIL: IUKANDCO@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANYONE LOOKING FOR A 1971 LIMA 450TC CRANE IN WORKING CONDITION ON A JOB SITE AND JUST RECEIVED YEARLY INSPECTION! HAS 170FT MAIN BOOM AND A 40FT JIB PHONE: 304 210-8404 EMAIL: CSMITH@SMITHBROSERECTION.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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• Fort Worth, TX May8,2012 • Los Angeles, CA May11,2012 • Oklahoma, OK May11,2012 • Mansfield, OH May15,2012 • Orlando, FL May16-17,2012 • Bozeman, MT May17,2012 • Tipton, CA May18,2012 • Chicago, IL May22,2012 • Denver, CO May24,2012 • Sacramento, CA June6,2012

• Syracuse, NY Sun.,April29,2012 For:Construction,LawnandGarden Equipment,SupportandAccessories

• Detroit, MI June6,2012

• Atlanta, GA Fri.,May4,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Attachments,Support,TrucksandTrailers

• Denver, CO June8,2012

• Buffalo, NY Sat.,May5,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment,Support, Tools,TrucksandTrailers • Cortland, NY Sun.,May6,2012 For:LiquidationofAutomotiveand ResidentialGlassCo. • Dallas, TX Tues.,May8,2012 For:RentalFleetConstructionEquipment, Support,TrucksandTrailers • Middletown, NY Sat.,May12,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment • Kissimmee, FL Tues.,May15,2012 For:Construction,Aerials,Support, TrucksandTrailers • Columbus, OH Fri.,May18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Attachments,Trucks,Trailers • Racine, WI Sat.,May19,2012 For:LateModelTrucksTractors,Trailers, DumpTrucks,ConstructionEquipment • Syracuse, NY Sat.,May20,2012 For:Construction,GardenTractors, Mowers,Lumber,BuildingSupplies

• Kansas City, MO June7,2012

• Chehalis, WA June14,2012

• Atlanta, GA June26,2012 • Albuquerque, NM June26,2012 • Minneapolis, MN June27,2012 • St. Louis, MO June29,2012 C ANADA • Saskatoon, SK April18,2012

• Grand Junction, CO April20,2012 • El Paso, TX April24,2012 • Pittsburgh, PA April24,2012 • Lincoln, NE April25,2012 • Phoenix, AZ April26,2012 • Huron, SD April27,2012 • Boise, ID May2,2012 • Gonzales, LA May3,2012 • Las Vegas, NV May4,2012

• Prospect, CT April28,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Hackensack, NJ Wed.,April18,2012 For:SurplusLiquidationof ConstructionEquipment

• Prospect, CT June23,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment • Prospect, CT August18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Dallastown, PA Wed.,April25,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY April25,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

BUNCH BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS www.bunchbrothers.com 270-376-2992 • Louisville, KY Tues.,April17,2012 For:SpringLouisvilleConstruction Auction

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Denver, CO April19,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment • Minneapolis, MN May17,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment • St. Thomas, PA June28,2012 For:CharlesE.BrakeCo. (CompleteDispersal)

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,May3,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

www.1800lastbid.com 616-560-0839

• Prospect, CT December8,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Sealed Bid Auction Deadline:May23,2012 For:CraneSurplusLiquidation

MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP

DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES

IRAY AUCTIONS

• King George, VA Tues.,April24,2012 For:Pre-CastConcretePlantand Equipment

• Online Only BiddingCloses:April24-10AM For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers,FarmImplements

• Foley, MN Fri.,June8,2012

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277

GERLACH COMPANIES

www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

MIEDEMA AUCTIONEERING & APPRAISAL

• Prospect, CT October13,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

• ONLINE ONLY Fri.,July27,2012 • Foley, MN Fri.,September14,2012 • Foley, MN Fri.,November30,2012

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS

www.gerlachcompanies.com 262-367-4950

www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINEAUCTIONS Gotowww.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

• Waukesha, WI Thurs.,April26,2012 For:MasonryandConstruction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY April19,2012 For:ConstructionandAg Equipment

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP

• ONLINE ONLY April25,2012 For:ConstructionandAg Equipment

www.gforceauction.com 877-631-0650 • Smyrna, DE Sat.,May5,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Attachments,Trailers

GOODRICH AUCTION SERVICE INC. www.goodrichauctionservice.com 607-642-3293 • Newark Valley, NY Wed.,April25,2012 For:ConstructionandFarm Equipment

G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 717-428-0922 • ONLINE ONLY Mon.,April30,2012 For:Construction,TruckandFarm Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY April26,2012 For:ConstructionandAg Equipment

www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Tues.,April24,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Pontiac, MI Fri.,May18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION

• Lumberton, NC Thur.,April26,2012 For:Construction,Pavingand CompactionEquipment,Trucks andTrailers

• Philadelphia, PA Wed.,May16,2012 For:SurplusLiquidation–Snow RemovalandLandscape Equipment

• San Bernardino, CA April28,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY April18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Reno, NV April18,2012

www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

• West Alexandria, OH Tues.,April24,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers

• Westminster, VT Sat.,May26,2012 For:CompleteLiquidationofSanta’sLand AmusementPark:RunningTrains,MerryGo-Round,Rides,RealEstate

www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700

BAR NONE AUCTION

BIG IRON

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

DAVIS AUCTIONS

• Salt Lake City, UT June19,2012

• Charleston, WV Thurs.,May24,2012 For:Construction,Attachments,Trucks andTrailers

• Corinna, ME Sat.,June2,2012 For:LateModelConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Support,Attachments

Coming Auctions

• Columbus, OH Fri,May18,2012 For:EarthmovingandPaving Equipment,Trucks,Trailers

www.motleys.com 804-232-3300

• Raleigh, NC Fri.,May4,2012 For:UtilityTrucksandEquipment • Richmond, VA Fri.,May18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment& Trucks

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311 • Morgantown, WV Fri.,April20,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment • Middletown, OH Wed.,May2,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers

NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI Thurs.-Fri,April27-28,2012 For:AnnualSpringContractor’s Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,April26,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,May10,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Fri.,May11,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Southern CA Sat.,August18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers • Northern CA Sat.,September8,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicles • Southern CA Sat.,October13,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers • Northern CA Sat.,October13,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicles • Northern CA Sat.,November17,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicle

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,May31,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Southern CA Sat.,December8,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers

ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY

• Northern CA Sat.,December15,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicles

www.rogersauctiongroup.com 800-442-7906 • Charlotte, NC Sat.,April21,2012 For:ChautauquaCountyArea MunicipalContractorEquipment Auction

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat.,May5,2012 For:Heavy Equipment, Fleet Vehicles, Trucks, Trailers, Landcare, Farm Equipment

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173 • West Fargo, ND Wed.,July25,2012 For:AgIron 61 Consignment Event – Construction Equipment

THE AUCTION COMPANY

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs.,May17,2012 For:SpringContractorsPublic Auction

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat.,September22,2012 For:Mid-AtlanticEquipment Auction

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC.

www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300

www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

www.pesco.com 800-660-6553

• Southern CA Sat.,April28,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers

www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728

• Hudson, MA Sat.,May5,2012 For:CompleteLiquidationof DaddarioInc.–OwnerRetiring

• Northern CA Sat.,April28,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicles

• Frederick, MD Fri.,May21,2012 For:MidAtlanticContractors Auction

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC.

• Northern CA Sat.,May19,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicles

PAUL E. SAPERSTEIN INC.

• Brooklyn, MS Fri.-Sat.,April27-28,2012 For:Huge2DayFarm& ConstructionAuction • Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thur.,May30-31,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Wendell, NC Thur.,April19,2012 For:AbsoluteAuctionforWorner Concrete

www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Newark, NJ Fri.,Apr27,2012 For:EquipmentLiquidationfor JenicarBuildersContractorsCo., Inc. • Pocasset, MA Fri.,May4,2012 For:EntireInventoryofUtility InstallationEquipment,Trucksand Trailers

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• Northern CA Fri.-Sat.,June22-23,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Govt.Vehicles

• Kissimmee, FL Fri.,May18,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Southern CA Sat.,June23,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers

• Darlington, PA Thurs.,May31,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Northern CA Sat.,July28,2012 For:TimesOnlineOnlySaleon BehalfofPG&E

• Bowe, NH Thurs.,June7,2012 For:ConstructionEquipment


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Fleet Reduction Thursday, April 26 Featuring equipment from

2006 KOMATSU PC400LC-7

2004 GOMACO GT3600

(2) CATERPILLAR 12H

2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 KOMATSU D41E-6

2004 KOMATSU PC270LC-7

(4) INGERSOLL RAND DD70

2001 CATERPILLAR 140H

(2) CATERPILLAR D300E

(4) ROADTEC RP190

(4) INGERSOLL RAND PT125R

CATERPILLAR 826C

Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change.

Visit www.ironplanet.com to see the complete list of equipment, review the guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.

Inspected and Guaranteed www.ironplanet.com s 888-433-5426


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Ritchie Bros. Sells More Than 200 Cranes in Five Weeks Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers sold more than 200 cranes in five weeks at its first unreserved public auctions of 2012 in North America, Europe and the Middle East — with close to 90 cranes already scheduled to be sold globally by the end of April. Every crane was sold to the highest bidder, regardless of price — with no minimum bids or reserve prices. The highest dollar value crane sold so far this year: a 2008 Liebherr LTM1400-7.1 400-ton all terrain crane sold for $2.1 million to an online bidder from India at a Ritchie Bros. auction in France on March 6, 2012. “Our great selection and global footprint make Ritchie Bros. the best place in the world to buy and sell cranes,” said Steve Simpson, chief sales officer, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “For our crane-buying customers we provide one of the largest selections of ready-to-work cranes in the world and for our crane sellers we provide a global audience of bidders unmatched anywhere else in the equipment industry. As a result, we have already set a new crane sale record this year.” So far in 2012 Ritchie Bros. has sold more than 70 rough terrain cranes, 25 all terrain cranes, 15 carry deck cranes, 15 crawler cranes, 10 conventional truck cranes, as well as 20 hydraulic truck cranes,

15 tower cranes and more. These cranes have been sold in auctions held in the United States, Canada, Dubai, France, Italy, Spain and The Netherlands. At its upcoming auctions around the world, the company has close to 90 cranes already scheduled to be sold by the end of April. The line-up includes more than 40 rough terrain cranes, 15 hydraulic truck cranes, 10 all terrain cranes, as well as conventional truck cranes, crawler cranes, tower cranes and more — with more cranes to be added. 2012 North American Crane Highlights Of the 200 cranes sold at Ritchie Bros. auctions to-date in 2012, more than 135 of them were sold in North American auctions, including more than 55 rough terrain cranes, 10 carry deck cranes, 15 hydraulic truck cranes, 10 crawler cranes, tower cranes, as well as 10 conventional truck cranes and more. Recent 2012 crane sales highlights from North America include: a 2007 Manitowoc 10000 crawler crane that sold for $565,000 to an online buyer from the state of Georgia at a Ritchie Bros. auction in Denver, Colo. (March 14). One week prior, at a Ritchie Bros. auction in Fort Worth, Texas (March

8 - 9), the company sold a 1994 Grove/Krupp KMK5175 175-ton all terrain crane for $340,000 to an on-site buyer from Mexico and a 2002 Kobelco CK850II 80ton crawler crane for $255,000 to an online buyer from the state of Georgia. The company already has a great selection of cranes to sell at its upcoming auctions across North America over the next few months, including auctions in Sacramento, Calif., on March 27 and in Lincoln, Neb., on April 25. In the March 27 Sacramento auction, Ritchie Bros. sold a 1996 Grove GMK5160 all terrain crane, a 1997 Grove RT9100 rough terrain crane, as well as several other rough terrain cranes, conventional truck cranes and more than 2,000 trucks and heavy equipment items. In the April 25 Lincoln, Neb. auction, Ritchie Bros. will sell two 2008 Terex RT780 rough terrain cranes, a 2008 Terex HC110 crawler crane, as well as several other rough terrain cranes, crawler cranes and hundreds of heavy equipment items. 2012 European Crane Highlights A new Ritchie Bros. European crane sale record has already been set this year: highest gross auction proceeds generated by the sale of a single crane at Ritchie Bros. auc-

tion in Europe in the history of the company, with the sale of a 2008 Liebherr LTM1400-7.1 400-ton all terrain crane that sold for $2.1 million dollars to an online buyer from India at a Ritchie Bros. auction in St. Aubin sur Gaillon, France on March 6, 2012 — this also is the highest dollar value crane sold globally so far in 2012 by Ritchie Bros. In total, close to 50 of the 200 cranes sold by the company in 2012 to-date were sold at European auctions and more than 15 sold in the Middle East. Other European crane sale highlights include a 2000 Demag AC500-1 all terrain crane that sold for more than $1.6 million to an online buyer from the Netherlands and a 2005 Liebherr LTM1090-4.1 all terrain crane that sold for $538,000 to an online buyer from Australia — both of which sold at an auction in Caorso, Italy (March 8). Ritchie Bros. already has a great selection of cranes at its upcoming auction in Moncofa, Spain on April 26 - 27, including a 2007 Liebherr LTM1055-3.1 all terrain crane and a 2003 Liebherr LTM1080/1 all terrain crane, as well as several other all terrain cranes and a hydraulic truck crane. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.


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Ritchie Bros. Holds Sale in Medford

Travis (L) and Butch Simon of Leading Edge Contractors, Sleepy Eye, Minn., are keeping a close eye on the equipment prices, especially this Komatsu D155AX crawler dozer.

Mason Hinchley gets a feel for what it’s like behind the controls of this Hitachi Zaxis 230LC excavator as his proud father Matt Hinchley of Hinco, Rochester, Minn., looks on.

Scott Wolff of Wolff & Sons, Owatonna, Minn., looks over this Cat 308B SR excavator.

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itchie Bros. held a sale March 21 in Medford, Minn., outside of Minneapolis. Highlights of the auction included a 2008 Ingersoll-Rand PF4410 crawler asphalt paver that sold for $140,000 and a 2004 Caterpillar D6N LGP crawler tractor that went for a winning bid of Brandon Dummer (L) and Randy Peterson of Randy’s Bobcat Service & Trucking Inc., Hutchinson, Minn., take a look at a lowboy TrailKing trailer after buying a new dozer and needing a trailer to get it around. $92,500.

David Vanderpol of David Vanderpol Construction, Harrison, S.D., gets ready to take home this Cat 430D TLB that he won with a bid of $59,000.

Fran Haan of Viking Terraces, Northfield, Minn., is happy with the deal he got on this 1974 International TD-8 dozer.


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ONE OWNER ABSOLUTE AUCTION C.A. SHINDELDECKER & SONS, LLC. TUESDAY, APRIL 24th, 2012 • 9:30 A.M. 4902 State Route 35 E, West Alexandria, OH 45381 EQUIPMENT: Case 580SM Backhoe, 4x4, Extendahoe, Cab w/ Heat & Air, Deere 410 Backhoe, Cat 320L Excavator, Cat D8H, Cat D6 S/N 9U, Cat D5H and Deere 450G & 450C Crawler Tractors, New Holland LS170 Skid Loader, 2-Cat 212 & Road King Antique Pull Behind Graders, Cat 920 & Michigan 85 Wheel Loader, ’72 Grove TM155 FWD Truck Crane, 2- Cat 627A Scrapers, 2- Wabco Self Loader C Scraper, Pull Type Scraper, Galion 810 Ton Roller, Diesel, Clark 4000# Forklift, Boring Machine w/Augers & Push Tables, Air Boring Rig w/ Bits & Extensions, TRUCKS: ’83 Peterbilt 359 Truck Tractor, ’87 Peterbilt 377 Tandem Dump, ’79 Ford 9000 Tandem Dump, ’85 Ford F800 Single Axle Dump, ’84 Ford LV700 Fuel Truck, ’72 Ford 900 Cab & Chassis, ’03 Ford F550 Dump Truck, ’97 & ’00 Ford F250 Service Trucks, ’99 Ford F250 Pickup w/ 6 1/2” lift, ’57 Ford T-bird Kit Car, w/ ’89 TBird Super Couple Motor & Drive Train, 3-Wheeled Golf Cart, TRAILERS: ‘79 Nelson 35 Ton Detach Lowboy, ’98 Traileze 20 Ton Tag, ’64 Fruehauf Dump Trailer, 2 Hopper Belly Dump, Speed Loader MX Tilt Top Tag, 4-Semi Trailers, VARIOUS: Kohler 20 Generator, 298 Hours Trailer Mounted, 2-48” Double Drum Sheepsfoot, Double 7’ Offset Disc, 2

Bottom Oliver Fast Hitch Plow, Baltic 3 PT Spreader, 3 PT Bushog, 4x8, 6x8, 8x8, 8x16 & 4x16 Trench Boxes w/ Papers, Assorted Sheet Steel, Power Pack Bermer Gasoline, Etourneau K-30 Rooter, 2-Concrete Dump Buckets, ATTACHMENTS: Hydraulic A1198 Angle Broom, for Skid Loader, Complete Set of tracks for Cat 9V, D6 or Early Cat D5 Unused, Air Hammers for Backhoe & Excavator, Cat 24” Backhoe Bucket, Hyd. Compactor for Backhoe, 24” to 36” Excavator Buckets, Winch for Cable Dozer, MISC: Mueller Tap Can’t Make it to the Auction? BID LIVE ONLINE! Register for this auction on proxibid.com

Sale Site Manager: Ron Beverly 317-625-0664 Terms: Complete Payment on Sale Day – Payment May Be Made By Cash or Check. *ALL CHECKS MUST HAVE CURRENT BANK LETTER GUARANTEEING FUNDS* BUYERS PREMIUM: 1% on each item $2,501 & greater 10% on each item $2500 & less Auctioneers: Don Smock – Lic. #5719925876

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. 6531 S. State Road 13 • Pendleton, IN 46064

rstinger@dsaauctions.com www.dsaauctions.com

Pain at the Pump, Explained PUMP from page 34

from light crude, which is more expensive. As Hess pointed out, crude differs from region to region. “Each has its own characteristics and grade.” Proximity of a refinery to a higher grade of crude impacts costs. Redrawing the Map Shifts in regional crude acquisition costs are redrawing the U.S. refining map. “The ingrained supply chain is being turned on its head,” Hess said. “It’s an interesting time.” Because Midwest markets are pulling gasoline from the Gulf Coast, higher acquisition costs are driving the price of gasoline there, rather than Midwestern production costs. Meanwhile, in the Gulf Coast, refiners have been investing in increased conversion depth, allowing regional refineries to replace light crude with the less expensive heavy crudes. These upgrades, when completed, will affect the volume of light crude piped north. In addition, the reversal and later expansion of the Seaway pipeline could result in significant volumes of light crude being shipped south from the Midwest to the Gulf

Coast just when southern demand is down due to the local deep-conversion refinery expansions. As Hess reiterated, it’s acquisition costs that affect the price of gas more than anything else. “The local station isn’t really making a lot on gasoline; they make more on the candy bars they sell.” According to the U.S. Department of Energy, out of every dollar spent on gas, only 65 cents is applied to the cost of crude oil. Fourteen percent goes to refining, 13 percent to state and local taxes and 8 percent to distribution and marketing. Fluctuating acquisition costs and minimal margins are why local retailers are in constant contact with suppliers, Hess said. “The local stations are responding to rapidly changing market prices, which are volatile right now because of the changes in the supply chain and the cost of acquisition.” The discrepancies in these aspects from region to region create micro-economies that result in the divergence of gas prices. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Machine, Fuel Tanks, Sand Blaster, 2-Horizontal & Vertical Milling Machines, AMCO Aluminum Welder, Military 160 Generator, Floor Jacks and Stands, Shop Press, Threaded Rod Stand, 20 Drawer Steel Cabinet, Router Table, 30# Greaser, 5,000 Fuel Tank, Generators, Water Pumps, Plate Compactors, Drill Press, Cut Off Saws, Grinder, Air Dryer for Shop Compressor, 12” Wood Planer, 6” Jointer, Large Selection of 1” & 3/4” Sockets, Famco Arbor Press, 230 AC/DC Electric Welder, HD Welding Table 1 1/2” Thick, Buzz Box Welder, Delta Drill Press, Piston-Block Boring Machine, Craftsman Tool Chest full of tools, MBC Tool Chest full of tools, Welding Tables w/ Vices, Parts Washer, Hyd. Power Unit, 2 Battery Chargers, Large Alum. Tank w/ Steel Legs, Alum. Rear Tank off Fule Distribution Truck, ECOA PivJib Extendable Boom for Forklift, Winpower PTO Driven Generator, Monarch Metal Lathe w/10” Chuck & 5’ Bed, Metal Lathe w/ 16” Chuck & 5’ Bed, Viles & Bemont Metal Lathe w/ 24” Chuck & 10’ Bed, Large Belt Driven Drill Press, 18” Grinder, Surface Grinder, 2-Unused Modine Hanging Gas Heaters, IMS 14” Wood Ban Saw, 6-11R 24.5 Tires, Perkins 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine, Large Varity of Pumps and Small Engines.

ONLINE AUCTION

Trucks, Trailers, Farm Implement, Fertilizer and Construction Equipment Bidding CLOSES Tuesday, April 24, 2012 Beginning @ 10:00 AM CDT GO TO:

www.delpeterson.com

Floaters: ’99 Terra Gator 1803 dry, ‘98 IHC 3010 Loral XCab liquid, ‘97 Mertz 4300 liquid, ’96 Terra Gator 1803 liquid, ‘96 Terra Gator 1903 liquid. Sprayers: ‘06 John Deere 4920, ‘06 John Deere 4920. Trucks: ‘06 Peterbilt 378, ‘06 Peterbilt 379 extended hood, ‘06 Peterbilt 386, (3) ‘06 Peterbilt 387, ’05 Peterbilt 387, ‘05 Peterbilt 379 extended hood, ‘05 Peterbilt 379, ‘05 IHC 9400I Eagle, ‘99 IHC 9900I, ‘96 International 4700, ‘96 Ford F Series, (2) ‘93 Ford LTL9000, ‘92 GMC TopKicK Service Truck, ‘87 Ford LTL9000, ‘85 Mack R 686ST. Grain Trucks: ’04, Freightliner FL80, ‘72 Chevrolet C50. Dump & Crane Trucks: ‘92 Peterbilt 378 Barrel dump , ‘90 Mack RW613 Superliner, ‘87 Freightliner dump, ‘98 Volvo Tri-Axle Crane Truck. Vehicles: 2009 Cadillac CTS4, ‘06 Cadillac DTS Sedan, ‘10 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4, ‘07 Chevrolet Avalanche 4x4, ‘06 GMC 1500 Crew Cab 4x4, ‘04 Dodge Durango 4x4, ‘03 Ford Expedition, ‘03 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4x4, ‘01 Ford F250 Super Duty XLT Super Cab. Four Wheeler: ‘07 Yamaha LTD Wolverine 450. Dry & Liquid, Trucks: ‘96 Freightliner FL120 dry tender, ‘88 IHC liquid, tender. Trailers: 2008 Willmar 24 ton tender, ‘04 Hart 42’ tandem axle belly dump trailer, ‘97 Timpte 42’ grain trailer, ‘94 East end dump, (3) ‘90 Harmon 7000 gallon oil tankers, ‘88 Timpte 42’ grain trailer, ‘73 Acro 5600 gallon transport trailer. Farm Implements: ‘92 John Deere 7800 Completely rebuilt John Deere engine. Anhydrous

Equipment: (3) Dual 1450 gallon anhydrous nurse tanks. Running Gears: (6) Dalton 5th wheel running gears, (2) P&H 5th wheel running gears. Construction Equipment: Caterpillar 963C, Caterpillar 963 For more information, contact Del Peterson & Assoc, 419 West Judy Drive Fremont, NE 68025, 800-492-9090 or 402-721-4388, E-mail: auction@delpeterson.com, Web Site: www.delpeterson.com

DPA ON-LINE IS HIRING! Earn up to 3% commission Contact Steve Peterson at 800-492-9090 for details!


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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION LATE MODEl CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, SHOP, TRUCKS & TRAILERS. Snow N-Son, Inc.

GARY

AUCTION

(SAINT JOHN),

INDIANA DIRECTIONS: From Gary/ Chicago International Airport: Southeast on US 12E toward Birch Ave. 1.1 miles, take first right onto Clark Rd., take first left to stay on Clark Rd. .4 mile. Right onto W 5th Ave. 2.1 miles. Take the IN-912 S/ Cline Ave. ramp .2 mile. Merge onto IN-912 E/ Cline Ave. 3.7 miles, continue onto N Cline Ave. 1 mile. Right onto 45th St./W Glen Park Ave. 2 miles, continue to follow 45th St. Turn left onto S. Indianapolis Blvd. 6.4 miles. Site will be on the left. Address: 9543 Wicker Avenue (Hwy 41/Indianapolis Blvd.), Saint John, IN 46373.

NOTE: After many years in the construction industry the corporate decision has been made to liquidate this fine quality equipment, trucks, trailers & top notch support equipment. NO CONSIGNMENTS.

AUCTION ON THE PREMISES & ON THE NET

MASONRY & CONSTRUCTION AUCTION S65 W22065 National • Waukesha, WI 53189 Auction Date: Thurs., April 26, 2012 @ 10:00 am Inspection: Wed., April 25, 2012 @ 10:00 am to 6:00 pm & Thurs., April 26, 2012 @ 8:00 am to 10:00 am TERMS: No warranties or guarantees. Cash, Cashier’s Check or a Check Only With A Bank Letter Guaranteeing Your Check. 10% Buyer’s Fee Onsite & 13% Buyer’s Fee Online. Register @ proxibid.com/gerlach. For More Information Contact Connie 414-881-3201 Telescopic Handlers: (05) JLG Skytrak 10054; (04) JLG Skytrak 8042; (3) (00) IR VR843’s; (95) Gehl 883; (97) Gehl 553; (95) Gehl 663; (99) JLG Skytrak 8042 M1Hydro Mobile Scaffold Systems: (99) Model MU-707S 6,000#; (2) (99) Model MU-712W’s 15,000#; (97) Model 1201-01 15,000#; (2) (99) Model 4724J’s 15,000#; (6) (97) Model 2401-01’s 15,000#; (2) (99) Model MU-724J’s 15,000#; (98) Model MU-724J 15,000#; Tower, Braces, Bridges, Hoists, Etc. Semi Tractors & Trailers: (04) Freightliner Columbia, 410hp, 13 speed, sleeper; (00) 53’ utility reefer trailer, IR Thermo King Whisperer; (05) 53’ utility reefer trailer, IR Thermo King SB210; (97) Etnyre hydraulic goose neck Low Boy trailer, 50-ton; (00) 16’ Rugged Road tag trailer Skid Loader: (96) Gehl SL4625 skid loader Pickups/Vehicles: (01) Ford F150XL 4x4; (04) Ford F150 4x4; (95) Dodge 1500 plow truck; (99) Ford Mustang convertible Fork Trucks & Construction Items: Clark CGC20; JLG 40H boom lift 500# x 40’; Granite Scaffold; Non-stop scaffold systems; Trowels; Scales; Jobsite compressors, JLG boom lift; So Much More!

GERLACH COMPANIES

262-367-4950 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers 144, 1347, 1212, 2123, 2122

For more information visit our website @ www.gerlachcompanies.com

EARLY HILITES: 3 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Kobelco SK350LC Acera Mark 8, Hitachi EX330LC-5, Hitachi EX200LC, 3 MOTOR SCRAPERS: Cat 613C, Cat 613B, JD 762B, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: JD 544H, 2004 Case 621D, 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D4C, JD 750C, 2006 JD 650JLGP, JD 650GLGP-II, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 580 Super L-II (4x4), ASPHALT ROLLERS: Case 252, VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Dresser PD784, AIR COMPRESSORS: Sullair 185Q, WELDERS: Miller Bobcat 225NT, GENERATORS: Honda EB3500, Honda EB2500, ProForce 3750watt, PUMPS: (2) Tsurumi 2in. LB3-750, Homelite HSM-750 2in., Honda WT20X 2in., DUMP TRUCK:1981 Ford 9000 (t/a), TRUCK TRACTOR: 1988 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 3 UTILITY TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Chevy 2500HD (4x4), 1991 Chevy 2500 (4x4), 2 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2003 Chevy Silverado 1500HD (4x4), 1992 Chevy Scottsdale 2500, CONTAINERS: 8ft. x 10ft. x 8.5ft. tall, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2005 Etnyre 55EDT3 55T (tri.), TAGALONG TRAILER: 1999 Talbert TBT-20 20T (t/a), CARGO TRAILER: 2007 Roadmaster 3T (s/a), 2 STORAGE & JOB SITE TRAILERS: (t/a), (t/a moving van), (s/a box), LASER EQUIPMENT: Laser Alignment 4700 Pipe Laser, (2) Beam Aligner 4700 Pipe Lasers, Laser Alignment LB-10 Level lasers, Laser Alignment LB-1 Level Laser, (3) David White LT8-300 Level Transits, Many Tripods and Grade Rods, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Snow & Mulch Buckets, Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb, (2) 36in. Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Stihl TS400 Demo Saws & Spare Parts, Stow 14in. Walk Behind Saw, Diamond Blades, JVC GR-AXM67OU Camcorder, Hoses for Pumps, Excell XR2500 Pressure Washers, Northern 30gal. Parts Washer, Rice Hydrostatic Test Pump, Cherne Manhole Vacuum Plate & Vacuum Generator – testing plugs and mandril, Reed DMPVC PVC drilling Machine, Mueller B101 Drilling & Tapping Machine for ductile pipe, US Pipe S-54 Pressure Tapping machine for 4in.-16in. taps, 4,000lb. Engine Hoist, 3 Ton Floor Jack, Snap-On 1/2in. Air Wrench. SALE SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 INDIANA LICENSED AUCTIONEER: Mike Powers INDIANA AUCTION LICENSE: (Alex Lyon & Son, Inc.): # AC30000006

FRI., APRIL 27 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

LYON

& SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com


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Sales Strong at Steffes Auctioneers Consignment Event

A camera shy Ross Vig gets a feel for what it’s like behind the wheel while proud father David Vig keeps a watchful eye on his son.

The Steffes Truck Crew Geri Paul (L) and Bob Steffes team up with auctioneer Lynn Richards of Richard Realty Auctioneers to make the sale a success.

Rick Romfo of Hannah, N.D., is the proud owner of this Komatsu PC200LG after he offered up the $27,000 winning bid.

S

teffes Auctioneers held its AgIron 60 Consignment Event March 14 in Fargo, N.D. The event included Andrew Nelson of Concrete Impressions, Ada, Minn., is equipment from manufacturers such as Case, John Dan Schoff of Hawley, Minn., needs a skid steer like the winner of this Versatech grapple after bidding this Case 287 to clear trees. $1,850. Deer and Komatsu.

The Steffes staff checks in bidders for the big auction at the company’s trailer.

Ray Wingert of Rays Machinery, Plainview, Minn., is happy to have secured this Cat TH103 telehandler.


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Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Successful Business Grow Here! 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: Saturday and Sunday, April 14 & 15, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tree Climbing Workshop Thursday, April 19, 2012 (8:00 AM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12:00 PM CST) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; How to Hire Immigrants: Must Doâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ts Wednesday and Thursday, April 25 & 26, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; ICPI Level I Paver Installation Certification Wednesday, April 25, 2012 (9:00 AM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:30 AM CST) Employment Seminar â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Independent Contractor, G/C Liability, Hiring Process Thursday, April 26, 2012 (1:00 PM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2:00 PM CST) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Webinar: Raingarden Installation Tuesday thru Thursday, May 8 thru May 10, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Minnesota Safety & Health Conference. Wednesday, June 20, 2012 (6:30 PM CST to 9:00 PM CST) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Garden Party Thursday, August 9, 2012 (all Day) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2012 Wisconsin Nursery Field Day Thursday, August 16, 2012 (all Day) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Carlin: 2012 BuyerFest

AGC of ST. LOUIS EVENTS: AGC of St. Louis Inside Insight Luncheon, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012 at the Greenbriar Hills Country Club, St. Louis. Registration: 11:15 AM Lunch: 11.45 AM Speaker: 12:15 PM Adjourn: 1:15 PM Cost is $35 for AGC of St. Louis Members and $70 for Non-Members. Does a St. Louis City/County Merger Make Sense? What analysis has been done and what does the transition look like? How do we move forward? If there is no City/County merger, are there some measures that can be adopted to make the region work more efficiently? What functional changes would need to be made within the city if it were to become another municipality within St. Louis County? How would a City/County merger affect the average citizen? St. Louis Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chief Operating Officer, Garry Earls and Jeff Rainford, Mayor Slayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chief of Staff will answer these questions and more as we analyze the concept of a potential merger of the governmental offices of St. Louis City and St. Louis County. Please register by Friday, May 4th. If you have questions regarding the registration online process, call Kathy Givens at (314) 480-3172. Questions: Call the AGC of St. Louis office at (314) 781-2356.

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AGC of MINNESOTA EVENTS: April 17, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Meeting â&#x20AC;&#x201C; AGC of Minnesota Spring Member Delaware Contractors Association, Wilmington, DE is offering two Meeting will be held at Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove. Member meetings are open to all employees of AGC of Minnesota outstanding events happening in April. They include: member companies and are a great way to meet other members and DCAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ANNUAL SPRING SPORTING CLAYS OUTING, Wednesday, learn what is happening in the industry. April 25, 2012 at M & M Hunting Preserve, Pennsville, New Jersey. April 25, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Blue Bookâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s GC Showcase is on Wednesday, Registration and Lunch: begins at 11:00 AM April 25th at the Minneapolis Convention Center. It is a great opporPractice Rounds: 11:00 AM until 12:15 PM tunity to network with general contractors. For more information or 50 Targets: 12:15 PM until 3:00 PM to register, click on the following link: Cocktails and Awards Ceremony: 4:00 PM This is a fun shoot based on the Lewis System: Three Lewis Classes http://www.thebluebook.com/images/showcase/MN_attendee_Sprin g12.pdf. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Places and High Overall & Runner-Up All the above for $75.00 per person! Sponsorships for this event are available. If you are interested in spon- May 1, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Program â&#x20AC;&#x201C; AGC of Minnesota is offering a series of soring lunch, prizes, beverages, and/or stations please contact Marla classes beginning May 1st due to requests from current Supervisory Leadership Program (STP) students. Kindly contact AGC of DiSalvo at mdisalvo@e-dca.org, (PH) 994-7442, (F) 994-8185. Minnesotaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & DCA Member Networking Night at RIZZOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wine Cellar & Cigar Social Events at 651-796-2186 or go to www.agcmn.org for more inforon Thursday, April 26, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at Rizzoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mation. Wine Cellar, Rizzo Avenue (off of New Castle Avenue) Wilmington, DE at $50 per person (member) and $75 per person (non-member). June 7-8, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Conference . Registration is not open for AGC of Price includes TWO â&#x20AC;&#x153;TOP SHELFâ&#x20AC;? Cigars and Heavy Hors dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;oeuvres Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first national conference on environmental issues that and Beveragesâ&#x20AC;ŚENJOY an evening of good food and fun at the beau- affect construction professionals, being held June 7-8 in Arlington, tiful venue of Rizzoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wine Cellar. This is an excellent opportunity to Virginia. The 2010 AGC Contractors Environmental Conference will provide educational sessions, discussions, networking opportunities meet, mix and mingle with fellow DCA members! and technology demonstrations with a specific focus on how to generate profits, gain efficiencies, save money and manage risks. The Georgia Utility Contractors Association, Inc. first day-and-a-half at the conference will provide construction pro2012 2nd Quarter Safety Training Schedule fessionals with information and resources to meet environmental 804 Main Street, Suite C, Forest Park, GA 30297 requirements and remain competitive in the marketplace. AGC also Phone: 404-362-9995, Toll Free: 877-SAF-GUCA, plans to hold a supplementary workshop on environmental issues Web: www.guca.com important to federal owners and construction contractors on the Safety and Educational Classes for April 2012 include the follow- afternoon of the second day (same location). You can register for the conference only, the conference and the afternoon workshop, or ing topics: simply the afternoon workshop with one easy-to-use registration . Competent Person Excavation form, available at http://www.agc.org/cs/events/2012_agc_environ. Confined Space Entry Program mental_conference.M&T EXPO 2012 . OSHA 10 Hour M&T EXPO 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Latin-Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest and most important event . Damage Prevention/GUFPA Law/PSC in the area of equipment for the construction and mining industries is . NPDES Level 1A Course and Exam 17% larger in exhibition area than the showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s previous edition back in . NPDES Level 1A Recertification Course 2009. The trade show takes place from . GA Utility Manager Exam Review . GDOT Approved Flagging Program May 29th to June 2nd at the Centro de Exposicoes Imigrantes, Sao Paulo â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Brazil. Please contact GUCA for more information. This growth in exhibition area is justified by the success of the event among equipment manufacturers, the growing interest among a numAmerican Subcontractors Association â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council ber of the sectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s companies in having more room to exhibit their is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty con- introductions of equipment for construction and mining and, furthertractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the com- more, to deploy distinctive promotional actions targeting those who munity in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. visit the show. The ASA Midwest Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s purpose is to improve the construction Among the outstanding attractions promoted by exhibitors are live process through active participation in education, legislation and demonstrations of equipment in the outdoor area of M&T Expo 2012. cooperation. The ASA Midwest Council has been named â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chapter of These promotional initiatives serve as an important marketing tool for the Yearâ&#x20AC;? by the American Subcontractors Association five out of the brands since they are expected to attract a significant number of visilast seven years. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, tors who are interested in accompanying these kinds of attractions. For visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Susan Winkelmann at 314- additional information, please visit the official website: www.mtex845-0855. ASA Midwest Council â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Voice of the Midwest po.com.br. Subcontractor. Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704 Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association Phone: 217-241-1639 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: 217-241-1641 162 N. Hamilton Road www.iaap-aggregates.org Gahanna, Ohio 43230 1.800.OH.ROCKS 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; IAAP Convention â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SAVE THE DATE! PH: 614.428.7954 FAX: 614.428.7919 The IAAPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 44th Annual Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, May 15, 2012, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois. Ohio Oil & Gas Construction/Materials Workshop April 26-27th, 2012 Featuring: APWA (American Public Works Association) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Register Now for the *Drilling Pad and Road Construction â&#x20AC;&#x2122;12 Sustainability in Public Works Conference in Pittsburgh, PA (Pads alone can require up to 20,000 tons of Aggregate) June 25 to 27, 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Fourth Annual APWA Sustainability in *Aggregate Needs! Public Works Conference will explore the latest and most innovative *Sand (Frac Sand) and other Materials Specifications tools, practices and case studies in public works. The demands for *Infrastructure Needs economic, social and environmental responsibility are increasing *Master Service Agreements & Insurance Requirements daily. This conference gets you access to the resources and experts *Special Safety Training and Equipment you need to take sustainability to the next level in your community. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll also have an opportunity to see a city that has undergone one of the most impressive sustainable transformations in the entire U.S.! This Workshop is your â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Stopâ&#x20AC;? to learn what you need to do to be ready to be a beneficiary of this major economic opportuni- Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get left behind! SIGN UP TODAY! Questions? Please contact: Diana Forbes, APWA Meeting Planner & Exhibit Sales Manager, ty. 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ADVERTISER INDEX AIM ATTACHMENTS ......................................................................34 ALEX LYON & SON INC GARY IN ................................................................................97 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ........................................20 ALTORFER CAT ............................................................................28 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT ..................................................25 ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC ..........................................39 ARING EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................................................21 BARGAINS ................................................................................86,87 BID SPOTTER ..............................................................................92 BLS ENTERPRISES ......................................................................57 BOBCAT CO ..............................................................................74,74 BODINE MFG ................................................................................38 BOMAG AMERICA'S INC ........................................................52,61 CARROLL EQUIPMENT ................................................................27 CAT AUCTION SERVICES TWIN CITIES MN ................................................................101 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................................37 CK POWER ....................................................................................35 CLASSIFIED ..................................................................................88 COMPANY WRENCH ....................................................................34 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED ................................................................................89 WHEEL LOADER TOOL CARRIER PROMO ........................50 SHOPPING FOR USED EQUIPMENT ................................List AUCTION TRIPLE PLAY ........................................................96 CUSTOM MADE PRODUCTS ......................................................29 DEL PETERSON AUCTIONEERS ..........................................95,100 DON SMOCK AUCTION CO ALEXANDRIA OH ..................................................................95 DYNAPAC ......................................................................................65 EFFICIENCY PRODUCTIONS INC ..............................................27 ERB EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................6 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC ..............................................................7 FABICK CAT ..............................................................................10,11 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................25 FLANGE LOCK ..............................................................................33 GEHL ..............................................................................................73 GERLACH COMPANIES ..............................................................97 GOMACO CORP ..........................................................................69 HITACHI MFG ................................................................................84 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..............................85,104 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................................55 ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ..................................................3 IRAY AUCTION ............................................................................100 IRON PLANET ..............................................................................91 JCB INC ........................................................................................47 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................................57

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