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IEPA Outlines Changes to Fill, Debris Rules

Murphy Tractor Thanks Customers...14

Volvo excavators break up concrete on a bridge that was removed and reconstructed on the western edge of the project. The bridge is part of a pair of bridges bringing TH-10 over I-35W. They were removed over a weekend closure of I-35W carrying thousands of daily motorists. Permian Basin Oil Unit es Indust ry...20

$145M Minn. Interchange Rebuild at Halfway Point By Dick Rohland CEG CORRESPONDENT

Eff ici ency Pr oducti on Opens I ll . Stor e.. .78

Table of Contents ....................4 Recycling Section ............37-51 Snow & Ice Section..........57-61

Fighting early summer rains that turned to a blistering hot summer, bridge and road crews are making good time during their first, full season of construction on a two-year project to rebuild a series of aging bridges and improve a busy, congestive and geometrically awkward interchange just north of the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Located in the Twin Cities suburbs of

Arden Hills, Shoreview and Mounds View, Minn., construction started on rehabilitating the I-694, TH-10 and the Snelling Avenue connection in the early fall of 2011. The majority of the roadwork is taking place on I-694 and a short piece of shared pavement with TH-10. I-694 is part of the interstate beltline that circles the Twin Cities for 70 mi. (112 km). TH-10 is a busy east/west highway that breaks out of I-694 in Arden Hills in a northwesterly direction and runs

New rules governing facilities accepting Clean Construction or Demolition Debris (CCDD) and Uncontaminated Soil Fill Operations (USFO) have been adopted by the Illinois Pollution Control Board and are being enforced by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA). In October, three informational meetings for operators were held to discuss implementation of these new rules. Representatives from the IEPA outlined important changes to CCDD & USFO rules which took effect on Aug. 27. Members of the IAAP’s Environmental Committee offered the environmental consultant’s point of view as well as the operator’s point of view given these new rules. Important points from these presentations are outlined below. New rules define “other excavation,” “potentially impacted property,” and “uncontaminated soil” and require that the pH of all uncontaminated soil fall between 6.25 and 9. IEPA officials noted the IDOT intergovernmental agreement is no longer valid, rules for groundwater monitoring are still being discussed, and the current Maximum Allowable Concentrations (MAC) table, on the IEPA Web page, could change in the future. Every load containing soil must be “covered” by an LPC-662 or LPC-663 form. A new rules section 1100.615 allows incidental see POLLUTION page 97

see INTERCHANGE page 70

Attachment Section ........63-67 Truck & Trailer Section ...81-89 Auction Section ............94-107 Business Calendar ..............102 Advertisers Index ................106

Ritchie Bros. to Hold FirstAuction in China Ritchie Bros. will be holding its first unreserved public auction in China during Spring 2013. Although relatively new to the Chinese heavy equipment market, unreserved industrial auctions have been a quick and easy method for

equipment buyers and sellers to conduct business on a global scale. Ritchie Bros. will bring the certainty of unreserved auctions to Chinese equipment buyers and sellers now that the company’s wholly owned foreign enterprise applica-

tion has been approved by the Chinese government — making it the first foreign auction company to receive this approval. Ritchie Bros. has formally leased land in the see RITCHIE page 100


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SKID STEERS Cat 226B2, 2009, W2130 NA, EROPS, A/C, Heat ..............$29,000

Cat CB-534C, 1998, UE1764, OROPS................................$25,000

Cat 236B, 2005, UE1233, EROPS, Heat, Self-Leveling ......$25,000

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

Cat 252B2, 2008, W1819, EROPS, Heat, 1SPD, QC ..........$29,000

Cat CP433E, 2005, RF0076, EROPS ..................................$69,000

Cat 252B2, 2008, W1822, EROPS, A/C, 1SPD, QC............$29,000

Cat CP-563E, 2007, N5620, Padded Drum................................$79,000

Cat 256C, 2007, W1533, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$29,000

ID# N5875 $112,000

Cat CS54, 2008, N5757, OROPS, Sm Drum ......................$95,000

Cat 256C, 2007, W1531, EROPS, Heater, QC ....................$25,000

Cat CS-433E, 2005, RF0078, OROPS ................................$45,000

Cat 287B, 2007, W1561, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$29,000

Cat CS-433E, 2007, UE1492, OROPS, Smooth Drum........$56,500

Cat 287B, 2007, W1562, OROPS, Self-Leveling ................$25,000

Cat CS-433E, 2006, UE1499, Canopy, 66” Drum ..............$54,500

Cat 289C, 2009, W2153 NA, Cab, A/C, Hyd QC ................$59,000

TRACK LOADERS

Cat 289C, 2009, W2115, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC ................$57,000 Cat 289C 2AIRH, 2009, X0003, EROPS, A/C, QC ..............$49,000 Cat 297C, 2007, W1545, Cab, A/C, Hyd QC ......................$35,000

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

ID# UE1737 $56,000

Cat 299C, 2008, W1968, EROPS, A/C, Hyd QC ................$50,000

Cat 963C, 2005, N4354, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt ................$130,000 Cat 963D, 2008, N5643, EROPS, Heat ............................$132,500

Cat 299C, 2009, W2063, EROPS, A/C, Q/C........................$45,000

Cat 963D, 2008, N5718, Cab, Track 22’, Bkt GP 3.25CYD $130,000

John Deere 320D, 2011, UE1603, EROPS, Bkt ................$29,900

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Cat AP-1055B, 1999, UE1480, Screed, Hose 30’, Truck Hitch $50,000 Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5413, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$69,000

ID# N5606 $265,000 WHEEL LOADERS/LOADER BACKHOES

Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5601, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$69,000 Cat D5K LGP, 2008, N5803, Cab, 3rd Valve ....................$100,000

Cat 430 EX4, 2006, UE1737, Cab, Heater, A/C ..........................$56,000 Cat D6K LGP, 2009, N6127, Cab, 4th Valve ....................$178,000 Cat 906H, 2009, RF0069, EROPS, Ride Ctrl, QC ..............$61,500 Cat D6T LGP, 2008, RF0079, EROPS, ARO Ready ..........$175,000 Cat 906H, 2009, W1953, Cab, A/C, Heat ..........................$69,000

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Cat 924GZ, 2008, N6148, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CuYd Bkt ....$75,000 Cat 924H, 2007, N5786, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CYD Bkt$105,000

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

Cat 930H, 2009, N6195, Cab, QC, Ride Ctrl ....................$157,000

Cat 320DL, 2008, N5713, Cab, A/C, Heat, QC..................$140,000 Cat 320DL, 2008, UE1565, Cab, A/C, Boom 18’7”, Stick 9’6” $169,000

ID# UE1565 $169,000

Cat 924H, 2008, N5868, Cab ..........................................$109,000

Cat 325CL, 2004, UE1713, Cab, Stick 10’6”, QC ......................$97,500

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

Cat 329DL, 2009, N6181, Stick, Boom....................................$200,000

Cat 950H, 2009, N6201, Cab, A/C, Heat ..................................$265,000

Cat 336DL, 2009, N6234 NA, Stick 12’10”, Boom 21’4” $250,000

Cat 966H, 2008, UE1600, Ride Control ..............................$268,500

Cat 345CL CMB, 2008, UE1472, TB-Pin, Stick 12’10”, Boom 22’8” ..$208,000

Cat 980GII, 2003, UE1724, EROPS, A/C ..........................$144,000 Cat 980GII, 2003, UE1740, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt ............$149,000

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Komatsu GD655-3EO, ’09, 1,287 hrs ....$189,500

Cat 324DL, ’06, 4,605 hrs......................$123,500

PAVING

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Blaw Knox PF115, ’89 ..........................................................$11,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ..............................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’10, 2,140 hrs ............................................$54,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’00, 2081 hrs ............................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘03, 3683 hrs..............................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘04, 2,739 hrs ............................................$26,500

Ingersoll Rand XP185WIR, ’07, 667 hrs ................................$9,000

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

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

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

OFF ROAD TRUCKS Caterpillar D25C, ’86, 9,531 hrs ..........................................$14,500 Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,763 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,599 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,268 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD785-5, ’01, 22,508 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HD785-5, ’01, 25,415 hrs ........................................$CALL Komatsu HM400-2, ’07, 7,880 hrs ......................................$199,500 Moxy MT31, ’02, 3479 hrs ..................................................$82,000

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

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

Komatsu PC78UU-6, ’04, 4,085 hrs ........$44,500

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DOZERS Case 850K XLT, ’04, 2,646 hrs ..............................................$47,500 Cat 963C, ’01, 4800 hrs ........................................................$74,500 Cat D4D, ’72 ............................................................................$7,000 Cat D5G LGP, ’05, 3,150 hrs..................................................$52,500 Cat D5H LGP, ’93, 9961 hrs ..................................................$54,500 Cat D8N, ’87 ..........................................................................$78,000 Dresser TD8E, ’81 ................................................................$13,000 Komatsu D37P-5, ’98, 2,624 hrs ..........................................$21,500 Komatsu D51PX-22, ’08, 2,436 hrs ....................................$129,500 Komatsu D61EX-15, ’05, 4,778 hrs ....................................$114,500 Komatsu D65EX-15EO, ’08, 1,365 hrs ................................$199,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3,199 hrs ................................$146,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’08, 5,372 hrs ................................$127,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ‘96, 4,969 hrs ......................................$49,500 Komatsu D155AX-5, ’03, 6,809 hrs ....................................$224,500

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

WHEEL LOADERS Case 721B, ’94, 9,069 hrs ....................................................$28,500 Cat 920, ’73, 7216 hrs ............................................................$7,000 Cat 928G, ’99, 22,931 hrs ....................................................$32,500 Cat 980C, ’86, 7216 hrs ........................................................$59,000 Komatsu WA200-5, ’05, 617 hrs ..........................................$97,500 Komatsu WA250-1, ’95, 17,158 hrs ......................................$29,500 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, ’05, 3,352 hrs ................................$109,500 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 Komatsu WA450-6, ’07, 7,355 hrs ......................................$196,500

FORESTRY Franklin 3000/Stroke Head, ’92 ..............................................$8,500 Puma 409 Forwarder, ’10, 1900 hrs ..................................$155,000 Timbco 415D/Risley, ’00, 8,629 hrs....................................$120,000 Valmet 415EX/380, ’07, 5275 hrs ......................................$184,000 Valmet 415EX/Rolly II, ’05, 10,092 hrs ..............................$145,000 Valmet 840.3/8, ’06, 9,592 hrs ..........................................$180,000 Valmet 911C/965 Head, ’97 ..................................................$35,000

EXCAVATORS

ROCK DRILLS

Case CX240B, ’07, 4,810 hrs ..............................................$114,500 Cat 324DL, ’06, 4,605 hrs ..................................................$123,500 Deere 792, ’85, 2,849 hrs ....................................................$17,500 Kobelco SK480LC, ’05, 11,858 hrs ......................................$54,500 Komatsu PC78UU-6, ’04, 4,085 hrs ......................................$44,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ‘09, 1,195 hrs......................................$92,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,363 hrs ..............................$104,500 Komatsu PC200LC-8, ’06, 4,617 hrs ..................................$129,500 Komatsu PC220LC-7, ’05, 5,017 hrs ..................................$109,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 4,020 hrs ..................................$149,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 5,789 hrs ..................................$114,500 Komatsu PC300LC-6, ‘97, 13,350 hrs ..................................$32,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’02, 4,887 hrs ..................................$134,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6, ’02, 12,377 hrs ..................................$53,000 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’03, 8,516 hrs................................$69,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’03, 8,760 hrs................................$72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’02, 10,834 hrs..............................$72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 9,350 hrs ....................................$99,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 10,300 hrs ..................................$99,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 12,499 hrs ..................................$84,500 Komatsu PC400LC-8, ’07, 2,811 hrs ..................................$239,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’04, 8,449 hrs ..................................$177,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’05, 10,328 hrs ................................$214,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’06, 9,977 hrs ..................................$185,000 Komatsu PC750LC-7, ‘05, 4,517 hrs ......................................$CALL

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

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2001 Cat 345BL II..................................$78,000

1968 Cat 824B ......................................$19,500

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

1996 Komatsu D41E-6..........................$24,000

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1998 Cat IT28G......................................$44,500

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

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

2001 Bobcat T190 ................................$15,500

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2006 Cat D5KLGP..................................$99,000

2005 Kobelco SK480LC......................$129,000

1989 Cat 621E........................................$37,500

1987 Champion 740A ..........................$19,500

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

S/N YS06U0410, 5062 Hrs, EROPS, GP-Bkt, U/C Good, GPS Grade Control, Long Stick

S/N 2PD00725, 16603 hours, tires good to fair, eng & trans rebuilt at 11,100 hrs, hitch rebuilt at 10,148 hrs

S/N 17770, 11,624 Hrs, EROPS, Snow Wing, Tires Fair

1997 Cat 950F II ....................................$57,500

2007 Cat D5GLGP ................................$72,500

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

2010 John Deere 320D ........................$24,500

S/N 5SK02946, 26,697 Hrs, EROPS, Coupler, Bucket, Tires Very Good

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

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

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

Please Contact Bob Williams or Jeff Speer

800/353-1944

414/461-9100

Outside WI & Upper Michigan

Within WI & Upper Michigan

11200 W Silver Spring Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53225

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition CRANES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins TRUCKS & TRAILERS dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., AIR COMPRESSORS 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 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 couCRAWLER LOADERS pler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. MOTOR SCRAPERS boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, COMPACTORS very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, OFF ROAD HAULERS Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideJD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean boards, tailgate (currently off work), work quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” CRAWLER TRACTORS TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working DOZERS (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a- everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Case 1550, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG Carco Winch, Rear Screen, P/S Trans, Low Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Hours, Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .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

BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500

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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Minn.’s Aspen Equipment Earns Trusight Safety Award Trusight Inc., an employer’s association reprelives and even those of their families. Going forsenting 1,150-member companies across ward, we plan to expand these same principles Minnesota, awarded Aspen Equipment into office areas, knowing that desk jobs also Company the highest honor of first place for its have impact on quality of life from being sedenintegrated well-being and safety program. tary much of the day.” Aspen Equipment partnered with occupationA unique feature of this program is that al medicine provider, Twin Cities Occupational although it’s strongly supported by the manageHealth and Rehabilitation (TCOHR), to implement of Aspen Equipment, this is an employeement an ergonomics program designed to predriven program. vent injuries and reduce the impact of physical “The partnership between Aspen Equipment labor on its workforce. and TCOHR seeks to address four key areas: 1) Functional job descriptions were developed to prevent work related injuries; 2) decrease clarify the physical demands of specific posiemployee aches and pains while on and off the tions to ensure new employees are physically fit job; 3) improve operations within the workplace to perform the work required on the job — and from an ergonomic standpoint and; 4) establish to accommodate any restrictions needed when a cultural changes related to management vs. worker is hired with known limitations. employee buy-in, to a culture of wellness particAccording to Aspen Equipment president, ipation,” said Jim Sebesta, vice president of Steve Sill, “Our goal is that the well-being probusiness development for TCOHR. gram will benefit employees not only at work, “TCOHR is proud of our ongoing relationbut in the quality of life they enjoy outside of ship with Aspen Equipment and congratulates work too.” Aspen’s management team in receiving the Sharon Hengel, human resources manager at Trusight Award,” he added. Aspen Equipment, added, “Knowing that many “I am proud of this program because it projobs require workers to maintain awkward static vides employees with a resource to become postures, perform repetitive tasks involving responsible for their own safety and well-being. shoulders, arms and wrists, and the frequent use It’s always been my feeling that taking care of of vibration and impact tools, our first idea was (L-R) are Twin Cities Occupational Health’s Adam Keplinger, Aspen employees is critical in taking care of business,” to implement a stretching program. It quickly Equipment’s Sharon Hengel, Trusight’s Deborah Dorgan pictured at the said Sill. grew into much more, improving employees’ Trusight Awards Banquet in St. Louis Park, Minn., on Oct. 25. For more information, visit www.tcohr.com.

SkillsUSA Recognizes Foley Equipment for Program Loyalty SkillsUSA recently recognized Foley Equipment for its long-standing commitment to the SkillsUSA program at the Contest Chair Kickoff dinner at the new Wichita Area Technical College Webb Road Campus. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. Presenting the award was Ann Wick, Kansas’ director of the SkillsUSA program. On hand to receive the award was Jack Frederick, sales product support manager, Wichita; Gregg Haas, service operations manager, Topeka and Jon Robinson, v.p. parts and engine Service, Wichita. Foley employees have had a long-standing relationship and involvement with the Skills Diesel program. Frederick competed in the Automotive Skills competition at the state, national and international levels from ’06 to ’08, served as a national officer in ’08 and currently serves on the board of directors. Haas has served as a competition judge,

contest committee person and as chair of the contest committee. He also served as state contest chair and national contest committee member in 1987 and 1988 when the national contest was held at Wichita’s Century II Convention Center. Robinson was a Skills contestant in ’91 and ’92 and has also served as a national

officer. The last 10 years Robinson and Haas have co-chaired the State Diesel contest. The annual Diesel Mechanic Skills Contest provides an opportunity for students in high school and post-secondary schools to demonstrate expertise in all aspects of diesel engine technology and repair.

Foley has hosted the Kansas competition at its Park City Rebuild Center for the last 3 years. The contest includes 13 stations that test students’ knowledge and abilities in testing and troubleshooting engines, electrical and electronics systems, power train systems including chassis, transmissions and carriers. Contestants also demonstrate skills in hydraulic systems, vehicle inspections, fundamental failure analysis, brake systems, airconditioning systems and general shop skills. Contestants also perform a job interview and complete a written test. “Jon, Jack and I are honored to receive this award but it really goes to all the Foley employees and management that have supported the program over the years,” Haas said. Foley will host the 2013 Diesel contest at its Park City facility April 25, 2013. Foley Equipment is a full-line Caterpillar dealer serving 104 of 105 counties in Kansas and 40 counties in central and northwest Missouri, including the Kansas City metro with sales, rental, parts, service, product support and technology and productivity soluAnn Wick (second from R), Kansas’ director of the SkillsUSA program presents the tions for the complete line of Cat machines award to Foley Equipment. On hand to receive the award (L-R) was Jack Frederick, and engines as well as Terex Utility trucks. For more information, visit sales product support manager, Wichita; Gregg Haas, service operations manager, http://www.foleyequipmentused.com. Topeka; and Jon Robinson, vice president of parts and engine service, Wichita.


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View us at: www.amstate.com

PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR362L - ‘08 • Electric 8-16’ screed, Top Con Syst V, approx 1667 hrs ............................................................................................................$167,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR452 - ‘12 • Rubber Tired, Stretch 20E, Top Con System V, 400 Hrs............................................................................................................$256,183 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘10 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/ Hopper Insert, 1250 hrs ............................................................................................................$249,982 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘11 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/Hopper Insert, 702 Hrs ................................................................................................................$358,300 MAULDIN 1500 - ‘03 • Track, Conveyor Fed, 8’-13’ Screed, 844 Hrs ........$29,950 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 340 Hrs ..................$84,950 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

MILLING MACHINES ROADTEC RX400 - ‘11 • 48” Cut, 4 Track, Front Loading, Mill w/803 Hrs ..$319,950 SUPERIOR BROOM DT80J - ‘12 • Fully Loaded Mid Mount Broom, 264 Hrs $33,589 WIRTGEN W50 - ‘11 • 20” Cut, 3 Wheel, Rear Discharge Mill w/236 Hrs $149,288 WIRTGEN W500 - ‘02 • 20” Width, 3 Wheel Mill w/ Load-Out Conveyor, 1600 Hrs ..................................................................................................................$79,500

ROLLERS 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 SW800II - '09 • 67" Dbl Drm Vib, 1170 hrs ....................................$55,000 SAKAI SW800II - ‘11 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/remaining standard and EPTW, 182 hrs ......................................................................................................$84,320 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 541 hrs ......................................................................................................$78,500

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

Contact Marty in Illinois 1-800-307-0221

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

MANITOWOC 11000 CRAWLER CRANE

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YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER

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

Large Selection of New & Used Equipment in Stock. AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT ALLIS RT2448 PORTABLE JAW PLANT, 1993, with 24”x48” Jaw, 48”x20’ Vibrating Grizzly Feeder, Front Discharge Conveyor, Six Hydraulic Legs, Tri-Axle Chassis, Cummins NT855 Diesel with Hydraulic Drives for Feeder & Conveyor ............................................CALL LIPPMANN MODEL T-4236 ROLL PLANT, 1995, S/N 950411, 42" X 36" rubber-tire drive rolls, 64" x 16' S.D. screen, Cat 3408 diesel, rotovator and switch gear (offplant) ........................................................................CALL POWERSCREEN MODEL 510 WASH SPREAD, 2002, 5' x 10' 3-deck screen, Deutz diesel, includes a Graystone 36" x 25' screw and (2) 30" x 45' hydraulic conveyors.... ..................................................................................CALL EXCAVATORS DEMAG H95 MASS EXCAVATOR, Powered by a Cat 3408 Diesel, with a 24’7” Gooseneck Boom, and a 10’8” Stick with 43’6” Reach and 25’ Digging Depth, 7.2 cu yd HD Rock Bucket, Approx. 220,000 Lb. Working Weight, 5800 Frame Hours and Recent Engine Rebuild ............................................$125,000 LIEBHERR R974B HDSL UTILITY CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, Powered by a 471 HP Liebherr D9408TI Diesel, 33’11” Semi-Gooseneck Boom with 15’5” Stick, 5 cu yd HD Bkt, 21’x14’ 4” Wide U/C with 30” Track Pads adn Removable Sideframes, Approx. 190,000 Lb. Working Weight..................................................CALL

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

LIEBHERR R954C HD “LITRONIC” CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, (Several 2006-2007 Models Available) with Various Boom/Stick Combinations and Buckets Available, 326HP Liebherr D936L Six-Cyl. Tier 3 Diesels, Hydraulically Removable Counterweights, 124,000 to 130,000 Lb. Working Weights..........CALL CRANES GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’ Power-Pinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work ....................................................................$179,900 GROVE RT875E 75 TON ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 2006, 41’ to 128’ boom, 33’ to 56’ bi-fold swingaway, Model 30 main & auxiliary hoists, 29.5 x 25 tires, 3position outriggers ............................................CALL MANITOWOC 777 SII 200 TON CRAWLER CRANE, 2000, Cummins, 220' main boom, 40' fixed jib, third drum, 7800 hours ..............................................CALL MANITOWOC 11000 100 TON CAPACITY CRAWLER CRANE, 2008, (100 Ton capacity @ a 14' radius), with a 332 hp Hino 6 cylinder Tier III diesel, 200' main boom, 60' jib, LMI, 36” crawler shoes, approximate working weight of 218,000 lbs. with 74,970 lb. 5piece counterweight, counterweight and side-frame removal systems. 3020 hours ............................CALL

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

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

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

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


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USED EQUIPMENT 2005 CAT 950G SERIES II

2006 CAT D6N XL

2006 CAT D6RXL

2008 CAT 928HZ

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

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

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

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

2008 CAT 315DL

2007 CAT 272C

2003 CAT D6RXL

2007 CAT 320DL

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

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

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

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

2006 CAT 315CL

2004 CAT 980G II

2008 CAT 928HZ

2001 TAKEUCHI TW80

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

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

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

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

2010 DEERE 333D

2008 CAT 320DL

2003 CAT 420D

2010 MORBARK 4600XL

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

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

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

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

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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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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Hosts Customer Appreciation Event

T

he Kansas City, Mo., branch of Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc., held a customer appreciation event Nov. 16. The event was held to thank customers for their continued business and patronage to the company. Attendees, had lunch, an equipment walk-a-round and a worksite technology presentation. “It was a nice day to hold our fall customer appreciation lunch. Most importantly, I would like to thank our customers who put aside their own work schedules to join us. When customers attend these events, it gives you a good feeling that you must be doing something right to earn their time,” said Greg Knipp, branch manager, Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. Jason Welch, machine technology specialist, Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc., was in attendance to present the following worksite solutions: • JDLink – Built-in technology that allows customers to access information about the location and performance of their machines. It also provides data such as: machine hours, maintenance reminders, diagnostic codes and more. • Fleet Care – This service interprets machine data and allows customers to increase machine availability and significantly lower their operating expenses. • Service Advisor Remote – Allows Murphy Tractor to connect remotely to customers’ machines for diagnostic trouble codes, record performance data and update software without requiring a job site visit. Murphy Tractor and Equipment Co. 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.

A John Deere 332D skid steer, equipped with a Worksite Pro MH 60C mulching head.

Ben Aldrich (L), customer support advisor, Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc., and customer Duane Bailey of Bailey Farms enjoy the beautiful weather during Murphy Tractor’s customer appreciation event.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. has current promotional offers for compact equipment.

Staff members met with customers over lunch.

(L-R): Fred Caddell, TAG Manufacturing; Greg Knipp, branch manager, Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc.; and Jeff Crane, president of FRD Furukawa Rock Drill USA.

John Deere 323D track loader, equipped with an auger bit.

Gary Sofia (L), shop foreman, and Mike Moore, hauling coordinator, Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc., help grill the food for the event.

Lona Bremer (L), region administrative assistant and Melissa Cook, branch administrative assistant, both of Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co., pictured with Ray Linden, Cimarron Underground.

John Deere Commercial Worksite Products and Worksite Pro attachments were exhibited.


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

JD 544J, Cab, Air, GP JD 644E, Complete JD 700J, LGP, 30” Pads, Factory Remanufacture Bkt, #U11303..$106,000 132” Blade, Winch, ............Call for Details #U11492 ........$179,000

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

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

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

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


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75$&.7<3(75$&7256 1999 CAT D5M LGP Orops, 6,300 hours.......... SOLD!! 97/2012 CAT D11R, D10R, D9R Remans........CALL!! 1988 CAT D4H LGP Orops, Just in!................ $37,000 2006 CAT D9T Full Specs, New UC.............. $380,000 2005 DEERE 700J LGP Orops, 2,400 hours... $78,000 2002 CAT D9R Full Specs, New UC..............$255,000 &203$&7,21 ',5735(3 1996 CAT D9R Erops, 18,000 hrs, Nice!.......$205,000 $4,500-$21,500 1995 CAT D9R Erops, Ripper, U Blade..........$260,000 (10) 48” & 60” SHEEPSFOOT.......... $19,000 EA 1968 CAT D7E Orops, Good Undercarriage....$25,000 (2) 2009 HOLMES ROLLERBLADES........ $19,000 1997 CAT D6R XL Orops, 12,000 hours...... $120,000 2005 ROME TACW-12 OFFSET DISK............$14,500 2004 RECMCO ACW16 OFFSET DISK........... 1996 CAT D6R XL Orops, 4,355 hours........... $92,500 27+(5(48,30(17 1993 CAT D6H LGP II Orops, Nice!................$69,000 1991 CAT D6H XL Orops, Good U/C...............$69,000 2005 CAT 988F Well maintained, Records.... $95,000 (2) 2005 CAT D6N LGP’S Erops, 7k hrs..$135,000 EA 2006 CAT TH460B TELEHANDLER.............. $45,000 (2) 2005 CAT D6N XL’S Erops, 7k hrs.....$130,000 EA 2006 CAT TH580B TELEHANDLER.............. $56,000 (2) 1997/98 CAT D6M LGP’S Orops........$65-69,000 (6) 2002 NOBLE 417B PULL SCRAPERS..$37,000 EA 1987 CAT D5H Orops, 6-way PAT blade.......... SOLD!! (2) 2007 MISKIN DW25’S...................... $75,000 EA 2005 CAT D5N LGP Orops, 7,000 hours........ $68,000 ATTACHMENTS, RIPPERS, BLADES................ CALL!! For equipment rental and sales call 563-872-4112, or email SALES@JJSCHECKEL.COM

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Truck Bodies & Equipment Welcomes Marketing Manager Truck Bodies & Equipment International, Inc., (TBEI) has announced the addition of Nicole “Nikki” Kyle as marketing manager. TBEI is a Minnesota based corporation that encompasses five leading manufacturers of dump truck bodies, hoists and truck and trailer equipment. TBEI brands include Crysteel, Rugby, DuraClass, J-Craft and Ox Bodies. Kyle will be based at the company’s corporate offices in Lake Crystal, Minn., and will manage marketing for TBEI brands Crysteel, Rugby, DuraClass and J-Craft. “We are incredibly excited to have Nikki join our TBEI family,” said Doug Hauck, VP of sales at TBEI. “Nikki’s experience and enthusiasm will be a tremendous asset to TBEI, our distributors and our customers.” Kyle brings more than 15 years experience to TBEI, most recently with Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc. (IMT), and is a graduate of Iowa State University. For more information, visit http://www.tbei.com/.

Nicole Kyle will be based at the company’s corporate offices in Lake Crystal, Minn., and will manage marketing for TBEI brands Crysteel, Rugby, DuraClass and J-Craft.


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JLG 660SJ 4x4 SELF-PROPELLED TELESCOPIC MANLIFT, 65 HP, 36" x 96" Platform, 66'8" Max Height, 500 lb Capacity, Hydraulic Leveling, Very Good Tires ..................$27,500

2006 FORD F450 XL SINGLE AXLE DUAL TIRE DUMP TRUCK, 6.0L Diesel, Crew Cab, Automatic, In-Dash Brake Controller, 9' Dump Box, Electric Over Hydraulic Lift ........$22,500

CAT 320CL 1.83-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 128 HP, Cab w/ Heat & AC, 9'6" Stick, 42" Bucket, Very Good Undercarriage w/ 31.5" Pads, REBUILT ENGINE ......................$91,000

CAT D8H HYDRAULIC SU DOZER W/TILT, 270 HP, Canopy, Powershift, Direct Start, Engine CAT 420D 4x4 1-1/4 YARD LOADER BACKHOE, Enclosures, Auxiliary Hydraulic Valve, Good UC 88 HP, Cab w/ Heat & AC, GP Front Bucket, 24" w/ 24" Pads ........................................$26,000 Ditching Bucket on Hoe, Good Tires ....$39,500

2012 FELLING FT-12-IT-1 6-TON TANDEM AXLE TILT DECK TRAILER, 4' Stationary w/16' Tilt Deck, 82" Deck Width, Spring Suspension, Electric Brakes ......................................$6,950

2001 FORD F550 XL SD DUMP TRUCK, 7.3 V8 Diesel, AC, Automatic, 9' Dump Box, Behind Cab & Side Tool Boxes, 6K Front/13.5K Rear Axle, GVWR 17,500 lbs ......................$15,500

CAT D6M XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 140 HP, NEW Cab w/ Heat & AC (not shown), FTC CAT 312CL 0.98-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVAPowershift and Steering, Drawbar, Good UC w/ TOR, 90 HP, Cab w/Heat, 9’9” Stick, 24” Bkt 24" Pads..............................................$60,000 w/Teeth, VG UC w/23.5” Pads ............$58,500

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

CAT D3G XL HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, 77 HP, Canopy, Hydrostatic Transmission, Joystick Controls, Very Good Undercarriage w/16" Pads ............................................................$37,500

2013 WITZCO CHALLENGER RG-50, 50-Ton TriAxle RGN Ground Bearing Lowboy, 24' Loadwell, Outriggers, Self-contained Hyds., LoPro Tires, Budd Wheels ................$38,500 $ Includes FET

‘13 WITZCO CHALLENGER RG-35, 35-Ton Tandem Axle Ground Bearing Lowboy, 24’ Loadwell, Self-Contained, LoPro Tires, Budd Wheels, ABS........$32,100 Price Includes FET

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

CAT D4H XL III HYDRAULIC 6-WAY DOZER, CASE 1845C RUBBER TIRE SKID STEER, 56 105 HP, Canopy w/ Sweeps & Rear Screen, HP, Canopy, High Flow Auxiliary Hydraulics, , Powershift, Lever Steer, Very Good UC w/ 18" GP Bucket, Tires ................................$12,500 Pads ....................................................$36,500

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

2005 Volvo L220E, Cab, A/C, Radio, Additional Work Lights, Return to Dig, Boom Suspension, Engine Block Heater, 7cy Bucket w/BOE, 29.5R25 Tires, Recent Transmission..$128,500

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

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

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

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

2006 Volvo L70E - 13,500 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Work Lights, 3rd Function, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Front Frame Footsteps w/Locking Toolbox, 3cy Bkt w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires, Recent Hydraulic Pump..................................$75,000

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

2004 Volvo A40D - AC, CONTRONICS, 29.5-25 TIRES, TAILGATE ......$210,000

2011 Volvo A40F – 1262 Hrs, Volvo D16H

2011 Volvo A40F – 1274 Hrs, Volvo D16H

2007 Volvo A40D - A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TEFLON LINERS .......... ..................................................$339,000

(476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat 2005 Volvo L150E, 9400 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Radio, Work w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color Lights, Rotating Beacon, Boom Suspension, Return to Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Dig, 5.25cy Bkt w/BOE, 26.5R25 Tires, New Engine.. Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics ......................................................................$137,000 System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires....$465,000

(476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires…$465,000

2011 Volvo A40F – 1189 Hrs, Volvo D16H (476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires…$465,000

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

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

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

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


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Permian Basin Oil Show Unites Petroleum Industry Members The Permian Basin International Oil Show Inc., not only showcased the latest technology, it also honored the industry’s past.

Kelly Kirkland (L) Warren CAT, Odessa, Texas, discusses the body system for this 475 hp (354 kW) Cat CT13 and a Cat CX 31 automatic transmission with the designer and fabricator, Terry Baily (center) of EMI Body Systems in Washington, Kan., and his wife, Ruth.

W

orking men and women of the oil and gas industry had the opportunity to check out the latest product developments, services and technologies at the Permian Basin International Oil Show, held Oct. 16 through 18 in Odessa, Texas. The exhibit featured more than 700 oil and gas related companies exhibiting in 1,114 specs. Every even-numbered year, the Permian Basin International Oil Show Inc., brings together people from every phase of the petroleum industry. Leaders come to Odessa, Texas, from every corner of the world to learn about the latest technology, the newest equipment, to transact business and renew friendships. The Permian Basin International Oil Show Inc., not only showcased the

latest technology, it also honored the industry’s past. A working cable tool rig operated daily on the show grounds during the threeday show, surrounded by trucks and oilfield equipment from the 1930’s, a key growth period for the industry in the Permian Basin. Over the years the show has grown not only in size but in importance as well. Having survived the booms and busts, industry slumps and slow-downs, wars and embargoes, the Permian Basin International Oil Show Inc., is still one of the largest Petroleum Expositions in the world today. The Permian Basin International Oil Show Inc., is a non-profit venture whose sole purpose is educational, designed to serve the oil and gas industry.

Shawn (L) and Bill Epperson, Sun Electric in Odessa, Texas, discuss their new Mahindra 4025 tractor with Dan Olin of Cisco Equipment.

Alfonso Garza (L), B.G. Trucking in Odessa, Texas, has been speaking with Dustin Thane, Ditch Witch Southwest about the transportation requirements of the Ditch Witch JT 4020 all-terrain trencher.

(L-R): Dewight Anderson and Wendy Clark of Total Truck & Trailer LLC in Norman, Okla., are learning a lot about John Deere equipment from Eric Schiel of Yellowhouse Machinery in Odessa, Texas. (L-R): Johnny Aguilar, Dragon Products, Cutter and Vicki Carroll of Comanche Services in Goldsmith, Texas, take a photo op with the Dragon 2,500 hp (1,864 kW) mobile frac pumping unit.

(L-R): Brent Tankersley, ASCO in Amarillo, Texas, has just given James O. Rudd and Albert Espinoza of Control Systems in Broussard, La., a rundown on the Cat 2P 5000 lift truck.

(L-R): Javier and Malena Porras, R&J’s Backhoe Service in Monahans, Texas, have been examining the Case TR 270 skid steer loader with Greg Miller of Permian Tractor Sales, Inc., (PTS) in Odessa, Texas.

Brady McAllister (L) of Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc., has been explaining the attributes of this Manitou MT 12042 XT to Tommy Miller, Reveal Fishing Tools in Rankin, Texas

(L-R): Alby Enriquez and Dennis White of Allied Oil Field in Denver City, Texas, take a photo op with Bruce Peeler and Brett Ridgeway of Air Compression Solutions in Odessa, Texas.

(L-R): Rached and Joseph Hindi, Hindi Corporation in Albuquerque, N.M., have just had a quick lesson on the qualities of Atlas Copco down-hole drill bits.

(L-R): Berry Ingram and Stephen Slocumb of Capstar Drilling in Odessa, Texas, catch up with Nocona and Tyler Williams, Venture Drilling Supply LLC in Tahlequah, Okla., and the Atlas Copco RD 20 XC mobile oil and gas drilling rig.

Everyone had to take a trip into the past by visiting the Permian Basin International Oil Show “Old Cable Tool Rig.”


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2010 Komatsu PC130-8; #81367, Cab/AC, 24â&#x20AC;? Shoes, 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Arm, 500 Hrs ......................$112,500

2003 Komatsu D61PX-12; #81788, Cab/AC, 34â&#x20AC;? Shoes, Drawbar, 12,050 Hrs ..........$59,500

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

2005 Caterpillar 953C; #80890, Cab/AC, GP Bkt, 2-Lever Controls, 4250 Hrs............$89,500

1999 Komatsu PC270LC-6; #91719, 11â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? Arm, 31.5â&#x20AC;? Tracks, 5350 Hrs ........................$89,500

2006 Komatsu D65EX-15E0; #91603, Cab/AC, 26â&#x20AC;? Tracks, Sweeps, Ripper, 4350 Hrs$159,500

1990 Deere 744E; #91733, Cab, 4.75 Yd Bkt, 23.5-25 Tires ........................................$49,500

1997 Dynapac CA151PD; #91393, OROPS, 66â&#x20AC;? Padfoot, Vibration, 3200 Hrs ................$29,500

2002 Komatsu PC300LC-6; #91646, Cab/AC, 33.5â&#x20AC;? Shoes, 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Arm, 10,700 Hrs ........$76,500

1998 Caterpillar 140H; #81831, Cab/AC, 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Moldboard, Ripper, 6850 Hrs..............$139,500

2003 Komatsu WA180-3; #91673, Cab/AC, Ride Control, JRB QC, 8800 Hrs ..........$47,500

2008 Caterpillar 420E; #91691, Cab/AC, 4x4, Ext-A-Hoe, Aux Hyd, 3350 Hrs..............$59,500


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Mid Country Machinery (800) 206-5936

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

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2012 Kobelco SK350LC-9, EROPS, 2 units available

$225,000

2012 Kawasaki 95Z-7, EROPS, A/C,Ride Control

$CALL

2012 Deere 700K LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Topcon

$CALL

2012 Kobelco SK260, EROPS, LR unit, 298 Hrs

$210,000

2012 Kawasaki 65ZV-2, EROPS, QC, Ride Control

$155,500

2012 Cat D6N XL, EROPS, 6way, Accugrade ready

$235,000

2012 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, 7 units available

$168,500

2012 Kawasaki 45ZV-2, EROPS, A/C, QC, 4WD

$71,500

2011 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, SU Blade, 1180 Hrs

$285,000

2012 Kobelco 140SR, EROPS, Tier 3, Pad 23.5”

$126,500

2012 Kawasaki 70TMC-2, EROPS,A/C, Heat

$162,500

2011 Deere 650J XLT, OROPS, Sweeps, 6 way

$75,000

2012 Kobelco ED150R, EROPS, A/C, Heat

$155,000

2012 Kawasaki 90Z-7, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat

$295,000

2008 Cat D6T LGP, EROPS, A/C, Straight Blade

$199,500

2012 Kobelco SK170-9, EROPS, A/C, Heat

$149,500

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade

$210,000

2011 Deere 544K, EROPS, Ride Control, A/C, Heat

$159,500 2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, Sweeps, SU Blade

$199,000

2008 Cat D6T XW, EROPS, A/C, Heat, SU Blade

$242,500

2008 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, 6way, 3620 Hrs

$149,000

2012 Sany SY215, EROPS, A/C, Aux Hyd.

$122,500

2012 Sany SY135C, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 149 Hrs

$89,500

2011 Kobelco SK295-9, EROPS, 32”pads, 658 Hrs

$179,000

2011 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, A/C, 24”Bkt 2008 Case CX210B, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 151 Hrs

2010 Kawasaki 80ZV-2, Ride Control, 601 Hrs, A/C

$155,000

2007 NH W190B, EROPS, Ride Control, 2667 Hrs

$109,500

2006 Kawasaki 95ZV, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 5613 Hrs

$169,500

2008 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3109 Hrs

$149,000

2006 NH LW190B, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3573 Hrs

$69,500

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4367 Hrs

$210,000

2006 Cat 950H, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 5793 Hrs

$135,000

2008 Deere 650J LGP, EROPS, PAT Blade, 1769 Hrs

$75,900

2005 Komatsu WA200-5, EROPS, A/C, Heat

$55,000

2007 Cat D6T XW, EROPS, SU Blade, 3985 Hrs

$199,000

2003 Komatsu WA180-MC3, EROPS, A/C, Heat

$58,500

2007 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4279 Hrs

$189,000

1986 Cat IT18, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat, 9322 Hrs

$25,000

2007 Cat D6K LGP, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Sweeps

$124,500

$144,500 $CALL

2008 Kobelco SK350HT, EROPS, A/C, 4321 Hrs

$123,500

2008 Kobelco SK260, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 2392 Hrs

$108,500

2008 Kobelco SK260LR, EROPS, LR unit, 2696 Hrs

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2007 Kobelco SK350LC8, EROPS, A/C, 3656 Hrs

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$87,500

2007 Kobelco SK170LC-8, EROPS, Heat, 1655 Hrs

$82,000

2007 Kobelco SK135SLRC, Aux Hyd, Heat, 2291 Hrs

$63,500

2007 Kobelco SK135SR, EROPS, A/C, Plumbed

$69,500

2007 Kobelco SK135SR, EROPS, A/C, Plumbed

$69,500

2006 Kobelco SK330, EROPS, A/C, Heat

$139,500

2006 Kobelco SK115SR, EROPS, Hyd Thumb

$59,300

2006 Kobelco SK 160LC-6, EROPS, Aux Hyd.

$73,000

2006 Komatsu PC200LC-7, EROPS, Thumb, 5482 Hrs

$79,000

2006 Komatsu PC200LC-8, EROPS, A/C, Heat

$96,500

2005 Kobelco SK330, EROPS, 2 units available

$69,500

2005 Deere 200CLC, EROPS, Aux Hyd., 5124 Hrs 2003 Kobelco SK210LC-6, EROPS, A/C, 7033 Hrs

2006 Cat D6R XL, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade

$135,000

2006 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3644 Hrs

$112,000

2002 Cat D6R XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 5542 Hrs

$115,000

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$CALL

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$CALL

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2012 Kobelco SK55SR, EROPS, 4 way blade, 2 units

$64,000

2012 Kobelco SK55SRX C, EROPS, Rubber, 4 way

$64,000

2012 Kobelco SK80CS, EROPS, A/C, 2 units

$85,500

2012 Sany SY75, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2 units

$67,500

$82,000

2009 Kobelco SK35SR-5, EROPS, QC, 2 units

$29,000

$65,000

2008 Kobelco SK17SR-3, OROPS, 355 Hrs

$19,750

2006 Caterpillar 308CCR, EROPS, 24”Bkt, 1725 Hrs

$55,000

2001 IHI 35NX, EROPS, 52” Stick, 3431 Hrs

$17,000

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$55,000

2006 Bomag BW177PDH, 66” Padfoot, 325 Hrs

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2006 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 100 Hrs

$46,500

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$CALL

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2005 Bomag BW177PSH-3, 66” Padfoot, 766 Hrs

$39,000

2010 Cat 450E, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 164 Hrs

$89,000

2005 I-R SD100D-TF, OROPS, Single Drum, 659 Hrs

$57,000

2008 JCB 3CX, EROPS, Aux Hyd., Heat, 354 Hrs

$63,000

2005 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 667 Hrs

$41,000

2008 JCB 4CX, EROPS, A/C, Ride Control, 974 Hrs

$81,000

2004 Cat CP-563E, 84” Padfoot, Blade, 2834 Hrs

$62,000

2008 Cat 420E, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 359 Hrs

$62,000

2004 I-R SD70D, OROPS, Smooth Drum, 2093 Hrs

$29,500

2006 Cat 430E, EROPS, A/C, Extendahoe, 1731 Hrs

$61,500

2004 I-R SD70D, OROPS, Smooth Drum, 44 Hrs

$35,000

2005 Deere 310G, EROPS, Aux Hyd., 4x4, 3109 Hrs

$36,000

2004 Bomag C832C, OROPS, 68” Padfoot, 1207 Hrs

$33,500

1992 Ford 655C, EROPS, Heat, 5922 Hrs

$15,000

1989 Dynapac CA15PDB, OROPS, Blade, 4144 Hrs

$18,500

1987 NH 555B, EROPS, 8028 Hrs

$15,000


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Newspaper Claims Officials Overpaid for I-69 Job Land INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Indiana state highway officials significantly overpaid for parcels of land in the Interstate 69 corridor, according to a newspaper investigation. INDOT said this summer that $162.6 million in state and federal funds were spent on right-of-way purchases for the 94-mi. (151 km) stretch of interstate. The Indianapolis Star reported Nov. 10 it obtained confidential documents about the appraised values and the Indiana Department of Transportation’s final offers for more than 30 properties. The newspaper found that INDOT offered $7 million for land worth a total of $3.34 million. INDOT spokesman Will Wingfield wouldn’t comment on specific purchases because the appraisal documents are confidential under state law. But he said the state sometimes has to shell out more than the appraised value to encourage land owners to sell. “There’s nothing simple about acquiring property for a project such as I-69,” Wingfield said. “It’s complex, and INDOT is working with people who most often don’t want to sell. Sometimes INDOT is criticized for paying too much for property, and often INDOT is criticized for offering too little.” Aaron Smith, a taxpayer advocate, looked at some of the documents the Star had obtained. “There are procedures established in state laws for rightof-way land purchases, things that are tried and true that provide a fair value for everybody involved,” he told the newspaper. “It looks like those procedures were at least sometimes not followed.” Wingfield, though, said, “INDOT followed its typical practice for researching properties and making offers under the federal ‘Uniform Act.’” According to INDOT’s property acquisition guidelines, buyers are to make offers that are close to fair market value for properties. But Denise McHenry, a former purchasing agent for the state on the I-69 project, told the newspaper, “There was no justification [for some payouts]. They were throwing away millions.” McHenry was suspended from the INDOT acquisition program earlier this year. She is appealing the suspension, and said that the allegations of performance issues are untrue and are retribution for being a whistle blower. Gov. Mitch Daniels’ spokeswoman Jane Jankowski declined to comment to the newspaper. “Property purchases for road projects,” she said in an email, “are handled by INDOT.” Landowner Barry Elkins paid $850,000 for about 200 acres in Monroe County owned by former Indiana University basketball coach Bob Knight. State highway officials in July paid Elkins $2.41 million for an easement covering 140 of the 200 acres. State appraisers said the easement was worth $658,000. He also sold two other properties to the state. Wingfield told the newspaper that the property payments have not caused the state to surpass its budget, saying the interstate project is 25 percent under estimates.

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With 10 passes, the paver could cover the 150 ft. (45.7 m) width of the main runway in one shift.

“It’s got a 9,200-pound Blaw-Knox screed and they give a good ride. It’s a rubbertired paver so you don’t get the bounce in the screed that you might get with a tracked paver. We also use an automatic laser grade control system on the paver, and it works well,” said Doug Hansen, paver operator.

New PF610 Paver Helps Lift-Off at Gilman Construction Jim Gilman has come a long way since he started his own landscaping business in the mid-1950s with only a partner, a small Ford tractor and a dump truck. Today, Gilman Construction Inc. is a $24 million construction business with three asphalt plants and a fleet of earthmoving, rock crushing and paving equipment. Gilman, now 78 years old, still works 80 to 90-hour weeks during the construction season in Butte, Mont. He loves nothing better than to operate construction equipment, including his Volvo PF6170 asphalt paver. Gilman’s son, James Jr. and daughter, LaRae Sough, also work in the business. In the early years, the landscaping business gave way to excavating with large hydraulic backhoes. Then Gilman bought a fleet of cranes to use in building prefabricated homes, among a variety of other jobs. “We had a crane at the missile site here in Montana and we had cranes at the copper concentrator,” said Gilman. Butte was home to what used to be one of the world’s largest copper mines. “In 1969 we rented an asphalt plant,” said Gilman. “It was in a million pieces sitting in a hay field in Three Forks. When I looked at it, I thought this is the dumbest thing I ever did. But a friend of mine, Pete Fisher, worked for us and he said he could put it together. He did, and we ran it for one season. At the end of the season we bought a new asphalt plant. “Today, our asphalt paving, rock crushing and chip sealing work are probably 75 to 80 percent of our business. We run one and a half paving crews — one crew for highway paving and a small crew for streets in town. We still have the cranes and earthmoving equipment, and we can do most of the infrastructure work for a new industrial or commercial building site,” said Gilman. Three years ago, Gilman Construction won a $2.35 million contract to pave an overlay and chip seal on State Highway 41 near Twin Bridges, Mont. Gilman began paving with a different brand paver and noted that it didn’t produce the smooth surface that the state demanded in order to win smoothness incentive payments. “We were looking for a better ride,” said Gilman. “Our Volvo dealer, TriState Truck and Equipment, brought us a Volvo PF6170 paver to demonstrate. We tried it, liked it and bought it. That paver helped us win $90,000 in smoothness incentives on the Highway 41 project,” said

Gilman. “And we get good service from TriState.” More smoothness incentives have followed, each paved by the PF6170. Last year, Gilman used the paver to place an asphalt overlay on a secondary road near Polaris, Mont. for the Federal Highway Administration. “We won every smoothness incentive that was possible on that job,” said Gilman.” Last year, Gilman won a $9.37 million contract with the state of Montana to place a 2.5-in. (6.4 cm) overlay on 15 mi. (24 km) of Interstate 15 near Lima. “On that job we ran the Volvo paver and won $141,000 in incentives for ride and compaction,” said Gilman. “Winning the work on these highway jobs is very competitive. We have to make money on ride incentives, or we won’t make much profit.” “A very reliable source told us that Volvo makes some of the best asphalt pavers in the world,” he said. “And Volvo has their screed — the Omni 1000 screed. It’s one of the heaviest screeds in the industry, and it’s a good one. Plus, we have good electronics to control the paver,” said Gilman. “The rubber-tired paver floats along a little better than the tracked paver. A tracked paver has its place, but with a rubber-tired machine the imperfections in the mat don’t reflect through to the screed quite as much. It’s a user-friendly paver,” said Jim Gilman Jr. “I like the alarms that tell you when there’s no asphalt on the slat conveyor in the tunnel. When you’re running the paver behind a windrow pickup machine, you can’t see into the hopper very well and on the Volvo paver there’s a sensor on each side of the slat conveyor that registers when asphalt is coming down the tunnel. That’s a very helpful feature,” he added. Doug Hansen, paver operator, is pleased with the Volvo paver as well. “It gives a good ride,” Hansen said. “It’s got a 9,200-pound Blaw-Knox screed and they give a good ride. It’s a rubber-tired paver so you don’t get the bounce in the screed that you might get with a tracked paver. We also use an automatic laser grade control system on the paver, and it works well.” Hansen also likes the speed limiter feature on the Volvo paver. “You can set it for 20 to 25 feet per minute, and it’s always right there,” said Hansen. “You don’t have to keep playing with it to get the speed you want. When you stop, you just move the forward-neutral-reverse lever into neutral.

Then when you start up again, that paver will go right back to the same speed.” The contractor was most recently working on a $7.7 million paving project at the Bert Mooney Airport in Butte. The project was divided into two parts — a main 9,000-ft. (2,743 m) runway and a smaller 6,000-ft. (1,829 m) runway. To keep the airport open during one phase of the work, the Federal Aviation Administration limited construction time each day from 1:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. One flight came in at 11:00 p.m., and if the runway was not open for that flight, Gilman faced liquidated damages of $40,000 — $20,000 for the incoming flight and the same amount for the outgoing flight the next day. So promptly at 1:30 p.m. each day, a large fleet of equipment attacked the runway. Two milling machines, the trucks to haul millings, followed by three rotary brooms, a truck for placing tack coat — and the PF6170 paver, followed by four double-drum rollers — all swung into action, in that order. Gilman was required to maintain backup equipment for every piece, including a reserve asphalt plant, in case any equipment went down. Gilman subcontracted the milling to Industrial Builders from Fargo, N.D. With two large milling machines, one set at 7 ft. (2.1 m) wide and the other milling 8 ft. (2.4 m) wide, the subcontractor milled 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) from the existing runway surface. The PF6170 paver worked 15 ft. (4.6 m) wide. With 10 passes, the paver could cover the 150-ft. (45.8 m) width of the main runway in one shift. The paver first replaced the 1.5 in. of asphalt that was milled up, and in another phase, Gilman paved a 2-in. (5 cm) overlay on the runways. George Friez is Gilman’s project engineer for the airport. “The biggest challenge is the tight work window that we have each day,” said Friez. “It takes a lot of coordination to get all that equipment working at once, then get it off the runway, stripe the pavement and open the runway up again. We have a meeting with airport management each morning at 10:00 a.m. to discuss whether it’s a go or no-go for the day. Then at 9:30 each evening, we need to confirm that we’ll be off the runway in time for that flight coming in at 11:00 p.m.”


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ARTBA Releases 2012 Election, Ballot Initiatives Report Americans across the country voted Nov. 6 to essentially maintain the division of power that has existed at the federal level since 2011 — retaining Barack Obama as president, Democrats in control of the Senate and Republicans leading the House. The largely status quo results come after an estimated $6 billion in political spending by candidates for federal office and outside groups. Unlike the 2010 mid- term elections where Republicans made large gains spurred by the Tea Party movement, voters seem to have cast their ballots for individual candidates rather than party messages in 2012 — as evidenced by multiple states that elected a senator from one party and supported the opposing party’s presidential candidate. Republicans will likely have a 235-200 majority in the House after Democrats appear poised to gain seven seats compared to 2010 results. Democrats also gained two seats in the Senate, increasing their majority from 53-47 to 55-45 — Senator-elect Angus King (I-Maine) has not officially announced which party, if any, he will caucus with once sworn in but is widely expected to choose to select the majority. With votes still being counted in a number of states, both parties used the election results to affirm their long-held positions relating to the socalled fiscal cliff — a combination of tax increases and spending cuts that will be implemented at the end of 2012 barring no legislative action. While President Obama’s post-election speech highlighted the need for Republicans and Democrats to compromise on matters critical to the country, White House aides are claiming the election shows the American people support the President’s efforts to increase taxes on high income individuals. House Speaker John Boehner (R- Ohio) held a Nov. 7 press conference at which he expressed a desire to work with President Obama to find common ground. He reiterated criticism of raising tax rates, but signaled the party was open to reforming the tax code, which he claimed could generate a growth in overall tax revenues. This public jockeying is not surprising as each party knows a negotiation on taxes and spending is looming and they are staking out initial positions. The tone of the engagement between President Obama and congressional leaders in the coming days — particularly during the postelection session of Congress that convenes Nov. 13 — will provide a better indicator of how the two sides will work together now that the political environment has stabilized. In addition to the fiscal cliff, major transportation-specific items on the congressional agenda for the next two years include: federal transportation investment levels for the remainder of FY 2013 and 2014; the reauthorization of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21); the overdue port and waterway authorization bill; and broad reform of federal tax policy.

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Voters on Nov. 6 showed once again the importance of transportation by approving 68 percent of the measures to increase or extend funding for highways, bridges and transit. This is in line with years past — in 2010 voters approved 61 percent of similar measures, they approved 78 percent in 2008, 77 percent in 2006 and 76 percent in 2004. The total value approved was $2.4 billion. ARTBA tracked 31 measures overall — five were statewide initiatives and 26 were local. All of the seven bond initiatives were approved by voters. Eighteen measures were for increasing, extending or renewing a sales tax for transportation purposes, two were property tax extensions and one was for a local gas tax. Three of the four statewide measures to raise additional transportation funds passed with an average approval rate of 63 percent. Arkansas voters approved a one-half cent increase in the state sales tax to cover a $1.3 billion bond issue for roads and bridges. The temporary sales and use tax will help fund improvements for state highways and bridges, county roads, city streets and other surface transportation. Alaska voters approved a bond issue of $453.5 million for transportation. Question 4 in Maine was approved by 72 percent, providing $51.5 million in bonding for highway and bridge repairs and local road improvements. Voters in Arizona rejected an extension of a temporary sales tax increase that would have raised $900 million in revenue for education and $100 million for the state infrastructure fund. Although a strong majority of voters (65 percent) in Los Angeles, Calif., supported Measure J, which would have extended the 30-year one-half sales tax passed in 2008 for an additional 30 years, the ballot initiative needed a 66 percent super majority for approval. The current sales tax measure is set to expire in 2039. Had the measure passed, it would have extended the current sales tax to 2069 and given the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority the ability to accelerate several transit projects by borrowing against future tax revenues. There was a proposal to increase the gas tax in Memphis, Tenn. Although most local governments do not have the ability to levy gas taxes, there are some states that have exceptions. Voters rejected a proposal to increase the local gas tax by one-cent per gallon to fund bus operations for the Memphis Area Transit Authority. Voters also rejected an increase in the Memphis sales tax to cover a local budget deficit and fund education. Three ballot initiatives did not specifically ask voters to increase funding for roads, bridges or transit, but they did address transportation issues. Voters in Michigan have opened a path to one of the largest bridge projects in the nation by rejecting an initiative that would have required a statewide referendum before building an international crossing to Canada. The referendum was initiated by the owner of the Ambassador Bridge to prevent a new crossing over the Detroit River. The Canadian government announced an agreement with the Governor of Michigan earlier this year to build and pay for a new publicly owned bridge between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, just 2 mi. south of the Ambassador Bridge. The Canadian Transport Minister said the bridge will now be built “ as soon as possible.” The cost of the project is estimated to be $1 billion. Voters in Cornelius, Ore., rejected a measure to repeal the local fuel tax, which is used to improve roads. Residents of Virginia Beach, Va., approved a nonbinding referendum in support of having the local city council explore extending a local light rail system into the city. The results, consistent with the past four elections, continue to demonstrate strong public support for state and local transportation ballot investment initiatives.

House & Senate In the Senate, the Democrats’ gains are significant as many pundits speculated the Republicans would take control of the chamber because Democrats had to defend 23 seats to the Republicans’ 10. Republicans were hopeful Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) would be able to hold onto the seat once held by Ted Kennedy in one of the most Democratic states in the nation, but Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren pulled away in the last weeks of the campaign to switch the seat back to the Democrats. Heidi Heitkamp (D) successfully defended retiring Sen. Kent Conrad’s (D) senate seat in North Dakota despite tough opposition from U.S. Representative Rick Berg (R-N.D.). The controversial statements of Representatives Todd Akin (R-Mo.) and Richard Mourdock (R-Ind.), who were each expected to win their respective Senate races, weakened chances for the Republicans take over the Senate. The Democrats’ pick-ups in the Senate are marginal and will not necessarily change how it is governed for the next two years. Senate procedures empower the minority to block legislation — unless a three-fifths supermajority can be achieved. Securing this 60-vote threshold has been necessary for most major bills over the last decade, including reauthorizations of the federal highway/transit programs, no matter which party controlled the Senate. Democrats and the Independents who are expected to caucus with them will still need at least five Republicans to get the votes necessary to move bills in the next Congress. The institution of the House of Representatives greatly advantages the majority party. Although Republicans lost a few seats, they will still enjoy control of the chamber and will be able to dictate the House’s legislative agenda in the new Congress. The congressional redistricting process, which follows each U.S. Census, did not have a major effect on party control in this election. States like Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, South Carolina, Utah and Washington each added one House seat to their delegations. Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all lost one House seat. Florida gained two seats, while New York and Ohio each lost two. Texas saw the biggest shift in its congressional delegation with four new House seats, reflecting a significant population shift to the state over the past decade. The redistricting process did not have a large effect on party control in the House as state-approved redistricting plans left both Democrats and Republicans in difficult situations, sometimes pitting members of the same party against each other in what are referred to as “jungle elections” which abandon the traditional party versus party format. see ELECTION page 96


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First Half of Ind. Highway Ready, But Cash Runs Low By Rick Callahan ASSOCIATED PRESS

CRANE, Ind. (AP) The nation’s longest new highway in the works — a nearly $3 billion interstate to link rural southwestern Indiana with the state’s capital — is now half-built and ready for traffic, but lingering questions of when the project’s remaining miles will open and how they’ll be paid for could cloud its future. After four years of work, the first 67 mi. of the Interstate 69 extension’s planned 142 mi. opened to cars and trucks Nov. 19 following a ribbon-cutting and a caravan Gov. Mitch Daniels led north along the newly paved stretch, which cost about $900 million. Despite the questions about how many years it will be before the full Evansville-to-Indianapolis route opens, the highway’s supporters in isolated southwest Indiana are excited and hopeful that even the 67 mi. of four-lane, 70 mph traffic will invigorate the region’s economy. Washington, Ind., Mayor Joe Wellman, whose city of 12,000 will be served by one I-69 interchange, believes the opening will help spur new development and jobs and give residents a safer journey to Indianapolis than the winding, hilly state roads that have long been their main link to the capital. “The shortest distance between two points is a straight line,” Wellman said. “Right now, you’ve got a lot of stops and starts — stoplights and small communities you have to go through. There’s just lots of curves and hills.” But for at least the next two years, cars and trucks driving onto the new highway near Evansville will slow and exit at a rural spot halfway to Indianapolis near the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center about 25 mi. southwest of Bloomington. From that point, they’ll continue on those familiar state roads with cross traffic and stoplights. Daniels, whose second term ends in January, will leave office with his successor, Mike Pence, facing the task of completing and paying for the remainder of I-69 to Indianapolis because the funds Indiana tapped to pay for most of the highway’s first half are nearly gone. The state devoted about $700 million to the I-69 project from the $3.8 billion it collected by leasing the Indiana Toll Road to a private consortium. But that money has already been spent or allocated. Pence’s spokeswoman, Christy Denault, said the governor-elect is committed to finishing I-69, which he views as the “missing spoke” in the network of highways linking the state’s different regions. “He’s said multiple times that we need to finish what we’ve started,” Denault said. Aside from tapping state and federal gas tax funds, she said Pence plans to explore a variety of “innovative financing mechanisms” but has no plans to seek an increase in the

state’s fuel tax or to consider tolls to help pay for the highway’s completion. The Hoosier Environmental Council, which has sued to try to halt work on the highway, warns it will damage sensitive ecosystems and has long questioned whether the project will bring the improved travel times and economic development touted by state officials. Tim Maloney, the council’s senior policy director, predicts many motorists traveling between Indianapolis and Evansville won’t be using the half-completed highway. He said Interstate 70 and U.S. 41 will remain their favored path, particularly once a Terre Haute bypass under construction is completed. “That’s still going to be a better through-route than traveling a half-built I-69 to Crane or to Bloomington and then using State Road 37 as it is today,” he said. “That will have no advantages over the 70-41 route.” State officials hope to open by late 2014 a 27-mi. stretch of I-69 now under construction that will extend to State Road 37 at Bloomington — a segment slated to cost $600 million. The high cost of that relatively short segment stems from the fact that it will cut across a rugged, heavily wooded area dotted with a geological honeycomb of caves, springs and underground rivers. Maloney worries sediment from construction — and road salt, auto oil and spills along the completed segment — could cause serious environmental harm in that area. In rural Greene County, the highway’s next stretch has already taken a bite out of about a third of the 47-acre farmstead where Indianapolis residents Bill and Jan Boyd had planned to eventually retire. That land, which Jan’s maternal grandparents purchased in 1919, boasts their old farmhouse, a pasture filled with beef cattle and a weathered smokehouse that’s one of the property’s numerous rustic outbuildings. The Boyds’ land had overlooked a wooded hill abutting a wetland. But in late March, after the couple lost an eminent domain challenge to Indiana’s claim to their land, a state contractor moved through and cut a swath of old trees to clear the way for earth-moving equipment. Jan Boyd, who has fond childhood memories of exploring the woods and nearby springs and spooky nighttime trips to the home’s old outhouse, said her family is heartbroken by the highway’s impact on their land. She said the ravines and woods her five grandchildren

love to explore will within two years be permanently marred by the noise, smell and lights of an interstate highway. “After our family, this was the most important thing to us in our lives. We were going to retire here. How do you live with a highway 200 feet from your front door?” she asked. “There’s going to be an interstate with hundreds or thousands of cars and trucks running through here day and night, 24 hours a day.” When the segment to Bloomington is complete, I-69 will span 94 mi., a stretch considered the longest portion of highway built in the United States in decades over land never before paved. But when the highway’s remaining 48 mi. to Indianapolis will open remains in question, along with the project’s final price tag. An environmental impact released in October shows that a 21-mi. segment that would run from Bloomington to Martinsville could cost between $500 million and $546 million — $100 million more than earlier estimates. Preliminary cost estimates for the project’s final portion, 27 mi. that will extend the rest of the way to Interstate 465 on Indianapolis’ south side, range from $700 million to $775 million. Altogether, that would place the highway’s cost at up to $2.8 billion. In the years ahead, I-69 will more than likely have to compete with Indiana’s many urgent road- and bridge-repair projects for the shrinking pot of gas tax funds available for infrastructure upgrades. Indiana’s tax on every gallon of gas purchased in the state has been 18 cents a gallon since 2003. But since fiscal year 2004, the revenue collected by that tax has fallen nearly 7 percent, to about $543 million, according to state records. Federal gas tax revenue that also help fund state highway projects also is declining as cars have become more fuel-efficient, said Joung Lee, associate director of finance and business development at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. The federal fuel tax has remained at 18.4 cents a gallon since 1993, and the purchase power of the revenue it generates has fallen about one third in the two decades since, he said. “Certainly you get a lot less now for that same steel and concrete, across the board,” Lee said.

The high Cost of that relatively short segment stems from the fact that it will cut across a rugged, heavily wooded area dotted with a geological honeycomb of caves, springs and underground rivers.

Ind. State Officials Won’t Open Kokomo Bypass Early After All KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) State highway officials had considered opening a 4-mi. (6.4 km) stretch of a U.S. 31 bypass around Kokomo this fall, but now they say motorists won’t be able to drive on the road until next

year. Indiana Department of Transportation spokesman Harry Maginity told the Kokomo Tribune that scheduling issues with contractors made it impractical to open the

stretch between Markland Avenue and Indiana 26 early. The entire $155 million project is set to open in fall 2013. The 13-mi. (21 km) road with interchanges will avoid the highway’s

current stoplight-congested stretch through the city. The decision to keep the bypass closed isn’t expected to affect plans for a run-walk along the new road.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Metso C120 Jaw Combines Crushing Efficiency, Safety Metso’s Mining and Construction Technology’s C120 jaw crusher is the 13th member of the C-series range of crushers. Metso’s C120 combines uncompromising reliability, crushing efficiency and versatility in both stationary and mobile applications with safety and ease of use. “When starting the C120 project, we listened closely to our customers and collected field data from a number of sites. Based on that, we decided to design the crusher cavity and kinematics first. As a result, Metso can now offer aggregates producers, large-scale contractors and mining companies a new crusher that meets all the standards set for any demanding application,” said Ilkka Somero, Metso’s product manager of jaw crushers. Productivity Through Long Stroke and Fixed Jaw Die The productivity of the C120 is the result of several new design elements. The crusher features a long and aggressively directed stroke, and a fixed jaw die longer than previously seen in this crusher size class. The C120 has a large feed opening of 34 by 47 in. (86 by 119 cm) and an aggressive cavity cross section, resulting in a high performance and reduction ratio, according to the manufacturer. In terms of cavity volume and crusher weight, the C120 is positioned between the existing Metso C116 and C125 jaw crusher models.

mounted in a variety of ways to ensure an easy fit onto an existing or new steel structure. Mechanical or hydraulic setting adjustment systems are available for quick, easy and safe setting adjustment. For jaw dies, several cavity options are available. Depending on the customer’s preference, it is possible to use either single- or two-piece jaw dies. Safety the Highest Priority Safety is the highest priority for Metso when designing a new crusher. The C120 features optional robust composite flywheel guards that allow quick and safe access to all service points. The standard delivery Metso C120 jaw crusher. includes lifting tools for jaw dies, cheek plates and toggle plate, contributing to operational safety when changing wear Easy to Install parts. The C120 is easy to install, due to its The Metso C120’s nominal power is compact design, and includes an optional 200 hp (160 kW), operating speed 230 integrated motor bed and guards. Being rpm, closed side setting between 2 ¾ to 8 well-balanced, the C120 is quick, easy and cost-efficient to install using rubber The optional, robust compos- in. (70 to 20 cm). The operational weight is mounting pads underneath the crusher ite flywheel guards allow 57,200 lb. (26,000 kg), excluding options. For more information, visit mounting brackets. No separate horizontal quick and safe access to the www.metso.com. supports are needed. The crusher can be service points.

Finlay, McCusker, Snyder, Reese Join Doppstadt US Team Darren Finlay is a veteran material processing sales professional with more than 10 years of market experience.

Doppstadt US, an organic processing and waste to energy equipment company, has recently hired four new employees, Kris Snyder, Micheal McCusker, Darren Finlay and Lauren Reese. Synder, McCusker and Finlay will play a key role in the successful growth of new business and customer relationship management as the newest sales team members. Reese will serve as marketing manager in the Doppstadt US home office located in Avon, Ohio. Finlay is a veteran material processing sales professional with more than 10 years of market experience. He has been involved in every aspect of the business from managing

Micheal McCusker’s sales responsibilities will be conducted in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Montana, Wisconsin and Illinois.

Doppstadt’s newest sales manager, Kris Synder, will cover sales responsibilities in the states of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia.

sales, rentals, inventory and transportation of mobile equipment. In his new position he will be handling all sales responsibilities in the states of New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. McCusker, a veteran in the material handling business, joins Doppstadt with more than 17 years of experience. Coming from a family of engineers, McCusker has been involved in every aspect of the engineering process from design, production and project management, to training and sales. His sales responsibilities will be conducted in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas,

Lauren Reese will take over responsibilities in the home office as marketing manager.

Minnesota, Iowa, Montana, Wisconsin and Illinois. Doppstadt’s newest sales manager, Kris Synder, will cover sales responsibilities in the states of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia. “Doppstadt US is at the cutting edge of our industries technology and I look forward to bringing its value to our customers,” said Synder. Finally, Reese will take over responsibilities in the home office as marketing manager. Her previous experience is in sales and customer relations. For more information, call 440/937-3225 or visit www.doppstadtus.com.


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Telsmith Breaks Ground on Parts Distribution Center Leaders from Telsmith Inc., Astec Industries, and the city of Mequon, Wisc., broke ground Nov. 13 for construction of a 33,760 sq. ft. facility to handle worldwide parts distribution of Telsmith products. The new parts distribution center will be located adjacent to Telsmith’s existing manufacturing facilities in Mequon, 20 minutes north of downtown Milwaukee. “The new parts distribution center will allow Telsmith to better support our customers throughout the world with improved stock levels, ensuring that the right parts are available to meet critical customer requirements,” said Matt Haven, managing director of Telsmith. “We have realized growth over the last several years, which is reflective of the dedication of our 321 employees. This parts distribution center will allow for expansion well into the future, while also providing the service and support that our customers have come to expect from Telsmith.” Telsmith currently operates a 14,000 sq. ft. warehouse within its manufacturing facility. Plans are in place for expanding manufacturing operations into the existing warehouse space once the new Telsmith parts distribution center opens in the spring of 2013. In addition to expanding infrastructure in 2012, Telsmith has increased employment levels by 11 percent. For more information, visit www.Telsmith.com.

(L-R) are Keith Farley, Oliver Construction; Rick Patek, group vice president, Astec Industries Inc.; Norm Smith, president and CEO, Astec Industries Inc.; Curt Gielow, mayor of Mequon; Matt Haven, executive vice president and general manager, Telsmith Inc.; and Ben Brock, group vice president, Astec Industries Inc.

Wood From Torn-Down Detroit Houses Made Into Toys By Megha Satyanarayana DETROIT FREE PRESS

DETROIT (AP) As Laura Schiltz began gluing together the wood blocks that would become a toy train, she got a bit of expert advice. “What I usually do is rub it around. That way, it sticks,” said Robin Scott of Reclaim Detroit and the WARM Training Center. Reclaim Detroit held its first wooden toy-making workshop in August. It was a chance for people such as Schiltz of Ypsilanti and her friend Shannon Tubb of Ann Arbor to turn salvaged wood from one of Detroit’s many old houses into something new. But the workshop, and others like it that Reclaim Detroit does on weekends at its warehouse and workspace on Oakman Boulevard, have two broader aims. The first allows people such as Tubb and Schiltz to make one toy to take home and another to be donated as a Christmas present for a Detroit child. The second allows the women to become part

of a sustainable Detroit that deconstructs and repurposes, rather than one that demolishes and dumps. “We can take a house apart piece by piece, rather than it going into a landfill,”

of WARM Training Center in Detroit. About 50 trainees in construction have learned the other side of the trade — deconstruction — and are sent to houses to take apart the wood, among other things. Some houses have been in Detroit; others have been in places such as Hamtramck and Franklin. The wood is cleaned up, stored at the group’s warehouse and resold. Deconstruction is a slower process than demolition, taking about a week rather than a day or two, but it costs about the same and puts more people to work for a longer stretch, said Rutherford. So far, six houses meeting the criteria of being built before the 1940s, not gutted by fire and not Chris Rutherford presenting an environmental hazReclaim Detroit ard, have been taken apart as Rutherford and James Willer, also of Reclaim Detroit, among others, try to expand the wood reclamation industry in Detroit from relative scratch. said Chris Rutherford, director of The men estimate that 10 percent to 20 Reclaim Detroit. percent of the unoccupied houses in Reclaim Detroit started a little more Detroit could be deconstructed. than a year ago as a job-creation project “The quality of lumber after that is not

“We can take a house apart piece by piece, rather than it going into a landfill.”

that great,” said Willer. And there is no shortage of potential work. A pending Wayne County tax foreclosure auction presents several opportunities for reclamation. And, with Detroit city officials aiming to take thousands of houses down, Rutherford and Willer say they believe deconstruction should be as much a part of the city’s plan as demolition. But the city hasn’t quite cottoned on, said Willer. “There’s a false sense of urgency,” said Willer, as the city wants a house that’s been empty for 10 years gone in one or two days. The demolition process creates an empty lot with bits of rubble that is hard to maintain; deconstruction, he said, leaves the land a bit more manageable. So far, people have learned to build planters, garden benches, bat houses and bird houses. Window flower boxes are next. And while the mission of Reclaim Detroit and the toy-making workshop resonate with Shannon Tubb, the act of building allows her to feel like the craftsman her father was. “My favorite toys, a lot of them, he had made,” she said.


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Metso Introduces Latest Crushing, Screening Products at Product Expo

Many Metso dealers attended the event. (L-R) are Tommi Lehtonen, Pekka Pohjoismaki, Eric Bjornson, Metso Minerals; and Kyle Stratton, Bill Smith and Brian Ellis, Milton CAT.

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

Metso distributors and customers from throughout North America converged on Columbia, S.C., Oct. 24 and 25 for Metso’s 2012 New Product Expo. New Metso products unveiled included the HP3 cone crusher, C120 jaw crusher, Lokotrack ST2.4 mobile screen, CT3.2 mobile conveyor, LT106 jaw plant and the latest vibrating equipment. In addition to showing new products, Metso also re-introduced its GP cone crusher product line. Other Metso products featured included spare and wear parts, conveyor accessories, pumps and Trellex screening media solutions. Guests at the event attended presentations and viewed new Metso equipment, including a large outdoor display of Lokotrack track-mounted crushers and screens. Metso product experts were on hand to share information, answer questions and speak about their specialties. The 2012 New Product Expo took place at Metso’s regional distribution center in Columbia, which provides parts and support for Metso crushing and screening equip-

ment throughout the Americas. Recent investments by Metso have expanded the Columbia facility to include production of the new range of vibrating products and an allnew slurry pump assembly line. Adrian Quigg, Metso’s vice president, distributor sales, Americas, said, “We greatly appreciate the time our distributors and customers are taking to attend Metso’s 2012 New Product Expo. This event helps us continue to build strong relationships and to share exciting information about our new products, and we always receive great feedback from our customers.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Pekka Pohjoismaki, Metso Minerals Inc. president, Crushing, Screening Mining & Construction Equipment, in front of the Metso Lokotrack LT106.

Stan Szupica and Linda Bergmann, Metso Minerals Inc., are in front of the Metso C120 jaw crusher. The reliable and productive jaw crushing cavity is deep for that size class machine, enabling it to apply greater psi crushing force.


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

Norton, WV 304-636-6421 Pikeville, KY 606-432-0321 Marietta, OH 740-373-5255 www.lec1.com

White Star Machinery 3223 N. Hydraulic Wichita, KS 67219 800-950-3321 316-838-3321 Manhattan, KS 785-537-9979

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

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

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

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

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New ‘Specialty Size’ HAMMER Available HAMMER, an Italian manufacturer of hydraulic hammers, now has a 20,000 ft. lb. model available at its U.S. distributor A.T. Equipment. The hammer is 17 ft. (5 m) tall and delivers 200 to 550 blows per minute. The manufacturer also has hammers in the 100-29,000 ft. lb. range, which are available for use on 60 to 110 ton (54 to 100 t) excavators. This “specialty size” is good for quarries, sewer contractors and anyone who needs “extreme power for extremely hard rock,” according to Marek Topolewski, A.T. Equipment manager. HAMMER are either flow tested at A.T. Equipment’s Sutton, Mass., location, or onsite and the company maintains a full stock inventory of parts or anything else a customer would require. “We can service every customer depending on their application,” Topolewski said. “No matter where the customer is located…our technical support team offers on-site support anywhere in the country. We won’t leave until everything is perfect.” Founded in 1995 A.T. Equipment Inc. provides contractors with sales and rentals of heavy equipment. It is the dealer of Yanmar (construction equipment), D&A Hydraulic Breakers and HAMMER SRL Hydraulic Breakers in Massachusetts. It also installs, services and rebuilds equipment, including machines and hammers. HAMMER SRL engineering has been responsible for manufacturing hydraulic hammers for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.atequipment.com. Paul Beaupre, product support at A.T. Equipment Inc., illustrates the size of the 20,000 ft. lb. hydraulic HAMMER newly released in the United States.

Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Welcomes Chris Baer as Structural Design Engineer Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI) welcomed Chris Baer to its engineering team as a structural design engineer. As a structural design engineer, Baer will perform structural steel design for both the washing and material handling product lines. Previously, he worked as a design engineer of Dakota Steel and Supply in Rapid City, S.D., and as a design engineer at Gage Brothers Concrete Products in Sioux Falls, S.D. Greg Stach, engineering manager of KPI-JCI, said the addition of Baer to the engineering team fills a great need in the department. “Because Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. offers turnkey product management, we design, fabricate and build our own structures to support this equipment. It is wonderful to have a professional engineer like Chris for these product lines,” Stach said. “He is a great asset to our team.” For more information, call 605/668Chris Baer will perform structural steel design for both the washing and 2524 or visit www.kpijci.com. material handling product lines.

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www.macallister.com 7515 East 30th St. Indianapolis, IN 46219 800-382-1896 Fort Wayne, IN 800-944-0847 South Bend 800-685-9849 Lafayette, IN 800-283-4231 Washington, IN 800-932-5120 Terre Haute, IN 800-273-5650

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CENTRAL SERVICE & SUPPLY, INC. www.centralsands.com 1701 SE Hulsizer Rd. Ankeny, IA 50021 515-964-8600 Fax: 515-964-3314

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

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BIVITEC 6 x 20 Screenbox, 2 Deck.... ........................$POA

2008 1412 Pegson Hazemag Impactor, 14’ Pan feeder under the crusher, magnet & dirt conveyor, 400 tph on average in concrete but will surge to 600 tph with a 2’ minus feed. 400 tph (4 long bars) and 600 tph (2 long & 2 short) in limestone. Plenty of clearance to prevent blockages in rebar, 4000 Hrs ..........$POA

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Liebherr Introduces LH 60M, A934 HD ERC Wheeled Material Handlers Liebherr Construction Equipment Co. introduced the LH 60M and A934 HD ERC wheeled material handler’s at the ISRI Tradeshow held at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nev. The LH 60 M continues in the “Liebherr Handler” series of design specific material handling machines. The LH 60 M and A934 HD ERC feature the energy recovery cylinder (ERC). The ERC is a nitrogen filled energy storage cylinder designed specifically for use on material handling equipment. The cylinder works by partially compensating for the weight of the working attachment (boom, stick and load). The principle is straightforward: as the equipment is lowered, the gas in the cylinder is compressed, storing energy, as the equipment is lifted, the stored energy assists the lifting action, so that less force is required. This in

turn enables the use of smaller hydraulic cylinders and reduced engine horsepower. The LH 60 M and A934 HD ERC feature additional fuel savings and performance achieved with the newly developed system “Liebherr Power Efficiency” (LPE). Drawing on the characteristic performance parameters of the hydraulic components and engine, LPE electronically ensures that the performance profile is adjusted to the maximum performance efficiency; at a lower engine rpm as well as reduced fuel consumption. These two innovations, ERC and LPE, combine to give the LH 60M and A934 HD ERC more than a 5 percent increase in production, 20 percent reduction in fuel consumption and a 2 db drop in sound levels; when compared to the previous model, according to the manufacturer. The machine features improved

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Parts. 48 hours. Guaranteed. or machine-critical parts, you’re losing money—so Doosan If you’re waiting ffor will ship any machine debilitating part in 48 hours or less. Iff for some reason we can’t, we’ll pay for a rental. It’s as simple as that. Doosan Delivers: Deliverrs: P PAR AR RTS Doosan PARTS The 48-Hour Parts Guarantee is subject to carrier deliverry restrictions and / or governmental agency ncy delays.

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Chicago Pneumatic Rock Drills Doosan Portable Power Designed for High Performance Unveils Air Compressor Line Chicago Pneumatic offers a complete line of rock drills for all handheld drilling projects — from light-duty public works and utilities, to drilland-blast, quarry drilling and bench mining requirements. Chicago Pneumatic CP0022, CP0032 and CP0069 rock drills feature a streamlined, ergonomic design and are engineered to deliver more power and consume less air than traditional pneumatic rock drills. Smooth contours, side exhaust vents and a light weight design make them easy to handle, and their high performance, robustness and low maintenance costs make them ideal for all rock drilling projects, according to the manufacturer. “Our light weight pneumatic rock drills feature several useful innovations, such as a high quality valve and cylinder-porting design engineered to extend the life of the drills, and to maintain consistent drill speeds in even the toughest drilling conditions,” said Olaf Seiffert, Chicago Pneumatic business development manager construction tools. “We’ve designed our rock drills with ergonomics and high performance in Chicago Pneumatic CP0022, CP0032 and CP0069 rock mind.” drills feature a streamlined, ergonomic design. The CP0022 offers a powerful combination of reduced weight and high performance. deeper holes in all ground conditions, and Weighing only 33 lb. (15 kg) with a drill rate where penetration speed and depth are of .5 ft./min. (150 mm/min), the CP0022 is essential. Weighing 60 lb. (27.5 kg) with a drill rate an ideal general-purpose drill for mainteof .85 ft./min. (26 cm/min) and a maximum nance and public works. The flagship of the line, the CP0032 is a depth of 20 ft. (6 m), the CP0069 offers a top performer in its class. Weighing only 55 heavy-duty combination of high drilling lb. (25 kg) with a drill rate of .75 ft./min. speed and performance. The additional weight of this heavy-duty (230 mm/min) and 101.7 cfm (48 l/s) air consumption, the CP0032 is ideal for exca- rock drill helps keep the bit at the bottom of vation work, blast hole drilling, quarry the hole during drilling operations, reducing strain on the operator and resulting in a drilling and bench mining. The CP0069 is a heavy-duty pneumatic cleaner hole. For more information, visit www.cp.com. rock drill designed for drilling larger and

The two-in-one dual pressure units deliver airflow ranging from 375 to 600 cfm and pressures ranging from 100 to 200 psi, depending on the model.

Doosan Portable Power introduced three new models of dual pressure mid-range air compressors — P425/HP375WCU, HP450/VHP400WCU and P600/XP535WCU. The portable air compressors are built to withstand the most challenging applications and perform efficiently in the harshest environments. They are ideal for use in a variety of applications, including general construction, abrasive blasting and pneumatic tool applications, and are the perfect complement to any rental fleet, according to the manufacturer. The two-in-one dual pressure units deliver airflow ranging from 375 to 600 cfm and pressures ranging from 100 to 200 psi, depending on the model. With no increase in dimensional size from previous compressor models offered by Doosan Portable Power, users in a variety of markets will appreciate the small footprint. The compact size and a less running gear option allow the unit to be mounted on truck beds for increased flexibility. All three air compressors are powered by Cummins QSB Tier IVi-compliant engines. The Cummins engines — engineered with DOC emissions technology — offer compact, zero-maintenance design with no regeneration cycles. This is especially important for rental companies where compressors are used by many customers. Among the newly redesigned components on these models is the first ever Mid-

Port full gauge control panel. Standard on the panel is a tachometer display that allows the operator to see selected engine and airend temperatures and pressure as well as percentage of fan speed and engine load. The operator can set service intervals, languages and display features, for an improved operator interface. For those who prefer analog gauges, these machines also feature oil pressure, engine coolant temperature, airend discharge temperature and fuel with analog gauges. A switch on the Mid-Port control panel allows the operator to easily change the pressure setting during compressor operation. The dual pressure feature can create either low airflow with high pressure — ideal for some applications — or low pressure and high flow; making the new compressor lineup highly efficient and versatile. Other new features include a clutch-driven cooling fan that is thermostatically controlled. The fan is much quieter and provides for increased operational fuel efficiency. Service points are easily accessible without removing the canopy, along with simplified wiring and piping that also contributes to ease of servicing. Automatic shutdowns, relative to several critical operational parameters, help to avoid costly damage and subsequent repairs. For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com.


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The new van equipment includes the Sortimo Globelyst, Simpleco and CarMo systems along with industry leading van partitions.

The Knapheide Manufacturing Company has released a full line of commercial van equipment. The new product line includes van equipment for both full size and small commercial van applications. Knapheide offers the extensive van equipment product line throughout its North American distribution network. The new van equipment includes the Sortimo Globelyst, Simpleco and CarMo systems along with industry leading van partitions. Knapheide’s van equipment is designed to help technicians go from curb side to work site, gaining productivity and efficiency. Globelyst components are substantially lighter compared to steel made van equipment resulting in greater fuel efficiency and more available payload. The Globelyst system has been crash tested in a wide variety of commercial vans to ensure the highest level of operator safety. Vocational packages are available and can be ordered for immediate delivery and installation. Simpleco is a simple, economical storage system for small commercial vans. Simpleco has little negative impact to payload or wallet, according to the manufacturer.

Simpleco blocks are mounted to the side walls of the cargo area and enable the technician to have an uncluttered cargo area. Mounting locations allow for convenient and quick technician access to tools and equipment from the rear cargo doors. Short for “Car” and “Mobility”, CarMo provides a unique storage solution for a car or small sport utility vehicle. Carmo features a rugged Sobogrip floor with a wide variety of L-Boxx packages to choose from for storage needs. The floor can be easily removed and re-installed into the back of the vehicle and is pre-cut to match the storage area of the vehicle. Knapheide van partitions are constructed of alternative materials that are lightweight yet rigid and rugged enough to protect the operator. The design allows for ample seat travel in order to retain driver comfort. Bulkhead models are available with or without glass and complement OEM styling and appearance. With any van organizational system, Knapheide strongly encourages the use of a van partition for safety precautions. For more information, visit w w w. k n a p h e i d e . c o m / products/van-equipment/.

The free JDLink mobile application allows contractors to access John Deere’s proprietary system to keep tabs on machine location and alerts via their iPhone, iPad or Android devices.

Free JDLink Apps Monitor Machines’ Locations, Alerts John Deere Construction recently extended the availability of the machine monitoring system JDLink to select mobile devices. The free JDLink mobile application allows contractors to access John Deere’s proprietary system to keep tabs on machine location and alerts via their iPhone, iPad or Android devices. Customers can use a demo function to explore the features provided before subscribing for an account. The application includes a number of interactive JDLink features, including: • Multiple machine mapping • Directions to machines • Ping and share locations of machines • View and acknowledge alerts “We know our customers are constantly on the go and have limited time to track

entire fleets, even when they can manage from their seats via the JDLink Web site,” said Liz Quinn product marketing manager, John Deere WorkSight. “Not only does the application utilize important features of JDLink, it also alerts customers of an issue in real time, even when they’re away from the office.” JDLink is one of five technologies incorporated within John Deere WorkSight. The WorkSight suite of technology solutions assists in business optimization and also incorporates Fleet Care proactive machine health program, Service ADVISOR Remote dealer diagnostics, grade control and payload weighing. For more information, visit Deere.com/JDLink.


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HCT’s Aftermarket Hydraulic Kits Meet Job Site Challenges

For many years, hydraulic excavators were mostly dirt-digging machines. Over time, however, a huge number of attachments have been developed that have exponentially expanded the capabilities of the excavator. These attachments, which include items such as breakers, shears, thumbs, brush-cutters, augers and compactors, all require the installation of one or more additional (or auxiliary), hydraulic circuits that must be integrated into the existing hydraulic system. In the early days, the owner of such an attachment would have to use his own ingenuity to obtain this auxiliary capability. It was not unusual to see draped hoses tied up with wire, or even Schedule 80 threaded pipe, to supply the attach-

ment. Leaking fluid and frequent downtime were commonplace, and perhaps even expected. Safety was sometimes sacrificed for expediency. Today, such methods are not acceptable. Safety and environmental concerns are paramount. Leaks and failures that were once viewed as unavoidable annoyances are now viewed as serious events with consequences. HydrauliCircuit Technology (HCT) has become a leading provider of aftermarket hydraulic kits, engineered to withstand the job site challenges that come with attachment operations. Whatever the nature of the job, whether construction, quarry or demolitionrelated, the auxiliary circuits are subjected to stresses more extreme than any other on an excavator. The high flows, high pressures, fast cycle times, pulsation and external shock are factors that must be considered in the circuit design phase.

HCT tube-hose connections include industry-standard SAE-approved O-ring Face Seal (ORFS), and Code 62 4-bolt flange connections. Tubing is custom-fabricated and bent for each excavator model.

HydrauliCircuit Technology (HCT) has become a leading provider of aftermarket hydraulic kits, engineered to withstand the job site challenges that come with attachment operations.

The experienced design engineers at HydrauliCircuit Technology have continuously upgraded hydraulic components in their kits for many years, as new and better technology became available. One highly visible example of this philosophy is the use of an extremely heavy-duty tubing and clamp system that reduces potential leak points, and provides the most durable circuit available, exceeding, in most cases, the strength of existing machine components, according to the manufacturer. HCT tube-hose connections include industry-standard SAE-approved O-ring Face Seal (ORFS), and Code 62 4-bolt flange connections. Tubing is custom-fabricated and bent for each

excavator model. Tube ends are Pulse-MIG welded for superior strength. A wide array of customdesigned forged steel tube clamps ensure that the tubes will not move under severe stress. Components are protected with UV-resistant powder-coating to withstand harsh environments. Navin Baliga, president of HCT, pointed out that some kit manufacturers use thin-walled flared/ferrule connections. “This might be suitable for industrial applications, but not for use on an excavator,” Baliga stated. “With the demanding applications placed on excavators, especially in the demolition industry with the use of second and thirdsee KITS page 64


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member shears, keeping the integrity of all the hydraulic connections is key for any machine owner. Designing a long tube with multiple sections might enable other manufacturers to pull generic pieces from stock, and to ship quickly. Unfortunately, this practice greatly increases the number of leak points and the resulting connections are disliked by some service technicians. HydrauliCircuit Technology eliminates potential leak points by connecting the tube ends directly to the hose assembly and do not require a male-tomale union connector to achieve this.” Bobby Hudson, national sales manager of HCT, added, “HCT components may take a day longer to build, and may cost more to ship overnight, but in the long run, customers benefit from the value in a product that is designed and built to operate safely and to last for years.” Customers, such as Phil Spiers, service manager at JESCO, a multi-state Deere dealer in the northeast, agree that HCT’s components are the way to go. “We rely only on HydrauliCircuit Technology for our hydraulic kits,” Spiers said. “They are custom built for our application and easy to install. Their tech support department is knowledgeable and always ready to support our service department.” William Neely, Cowin Equipment Company Inc., also is an HCT client. “We rely on HydrauliCircuit Technology as one of our supply sources for hydraulic kits on excavators and tractor

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JRB construction utility forks by Paladin based on a 24-in. (61 cm) load center. Attachments turn wheel loaders into versaJRB construction utility forks are availtile heavy-duty forklifts to safely transport able as a pin-on attachment or are compatilarge loads of construction-related materials. ble with other industry quick coupler sysDrop-forged, fixed tines provide increased tems that can maximize the utilization of a sturdiness and reduce material movement wheel loader and reduce the time it takes to while it is being transported over uneven terrain. Available with manual or hydraulically switch out attachments, according to the actuated tine adjustments, JRB construction manufacturer. For more information, call 800/428-2538 utility forks are built to carry load capacities or visit www.paladinattachments.com. up to 67,500 lbs. (30,617 kg) to meet virtually any heavy-duty material transport job requirement, while the optional hydraulic side shift and rotation allows for precise placement of material, according to the manufacturer. JRB construction utility forks are designed with carriage widths ranging from 60 to 120 in. (152 to 305 cm). Tine lengths range from 48 to 96 in. (122 to 244 cm) and are available in widths of 4 to 8 in. (10 to 20 cm) by thicknesses of construction utility forks are built to carry 1.25 to 4 in. (3 to 10 cm). Load JRB load capacities up to 67,500 lbs. (30,617 kg) to capacities are rated beyond wheel meet virtually any heavy-duty material transport loader lift capacities and are job requirement


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HCT Has the Right Connections Leaking hydraulic fluid can be a minor annoyance, or a major catastr ophe. Either way, way, HCT connections catastrophe. minimize the chance for leaks to develop. U OEM style ORFS or CD62 4 bolt flange connections

U Higher safety standards standards U Efficient designs with fewer connections, reduce reduce the number of potential leak points

Delivering up to 750 blows per minute, the 2,061-lb. (935 kg) DXB100H is designed for use with excavators in the popular 11 to 16.5 ton (10 to 15 t) weight range, specifically the Doosan DX140LC and DX140LCR.

Welded W elded tube ends s for maximum str strength rength ength and durability. durability.

Doosan DXB100H Breaker Uses Energy Recovery System The Doosan DXB100H hydraulic breaker features an energy recovery system that increases strike power for maximum productivity in rental applications. Delivering up to 750 blows per minute, the 2,061-lb. (935 kg) DXB100H is designed for use with excavators in the popular 11 to 16.5 ton (10 to 15 t) weight range, specifically the Doosan DX140LC and DX140LCR. Rated in the 2,000 ft.-lb. impact energy class, the DXB100H requires a hydraulic flow rate of between 18.5 and 31.7 gal. per minute (70 to 120 Lpm). The energy recovery system captures the piston’s rebound energy and uses it to increase strike power, maximizing performance. At the same time, the main control

valve system optimizes strike power. Blankfire protection is standard on the DXB100H and is accomplished by using a cushion of oil at the base of the piston, which reduces the metal-to-metal contact in case of a blank fire situation. The DXB100H breaker comes with a mounting cap, auxiliary hydraulic hoses, two moil points, toolbox and a nitrogen checking device. A one-year limited warranty also comes standard. In addition to the general purpose moil, working tools available for the DXB100H include a blunt tool, a chisel and a pyramidal or “nail” tool. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.

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Fecon Announces Residential Geothermal Vertical Drill Fecon Inc. introduced the Geothermal Series GL300 vertical drill for contractors and HVAC dealers installing ground loop heating and cooling systems. Fecon's GL300 is equipped for up to 300 ft. (91 m) depth to provide high efficiency ground loops with lower grout costs as a result of the reduced hole volume of a 4 in. (10 cm) opening. The compact GL300 also enables contractors to win jobs previously considered inaccessible due to equipment size or weight. The GL300 is just 194 in. L by 73 in. W by 94 in. (492 by 185 by 238 cm) H, weighing 9,876 lbs. (4,479 kg), and comes standard with low impact rubber tracks for maneuverability to cross driveways or flat and hilly lawns. The GL300 tackles high costs and inefficiencies that become a major price detractor for home owners or small businesses wanting to have geothermal systems installed. A 46 hp (34 kW) crawler with load sense hydraulics to the drill mast, and a 99 hp (73.8 kW) 300-CFM/200-psi air compressor enables drilling of 4 in. diameter holes with greater speed and lower fuel consumption than many alternatives, according to the manufacturer. A 200 ft. (61 m) rod rack can carry 10 ft. (3 m) sections of straight rod, auger rod or an air hammer to the hole. Quickly adjust to changing conditions of soft, hard or rocky ground at the hole without having to go back to the truck. And when wet drilling is required, the GL300 is already equipped with a mud valve. The operator can introduce low volume/high pressure mud from their existing mud pump or Fecon's optional MB300 mud boy system. About Fecon Fecon, Inc. was established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Ohio, and originally produced horizontal grinders and other wood processing equipment. Fecon now manufactures forestry track carriers, forestry mulching attachments and general forestry attachments for vegetation management and wood to energy biomass industries and a seismic and geothermal drilling line. For more information, call 800/528-3113 or visit www.fecon.com.

Fecon’s GL300 is equipped for up to 300 ft. (91 m) depth.

Harley D4 Power Box Rake Provides Better Balance, Flexibility

The adjustable Rhino-Hide barrier, located above the roller, gives the operator the ability to adapt to soil moisture conditions and choose the size of material to leave in the seedbed.

The Harley D4 power box rake by Paladin Attachments teams with compact tool carriers to deliver leveling, aeration and preparation of soil for seeding. Harley has designed the D4 power box rake to be 22 percent lighter than previous models to provide better balance and optimum maneuverability without compromising strength. It features a new hex drive system and direct drive motor that has been completely embedded into the rotating drum, protecting it fully from ground debris and allowing for improved performance and reliability with fewer components and less maintenance, according to the manufacturer. The adjustable Rhino-Hide barrier, located above the roller, gives the operator the ability to adapt to soil moisture conditions and choose the size of material to leave in the seedbed. Its dual, independently self-adjusting gauge wheels contour to the ground and provide added flexibility for an even cut on drainage grades and small slopes. The new quick storage flip-up guide wheel arms make storage simple while removable endplates on one or both sides of the rake enable easy windrowing and reverse box raking. Both are adjusted with a pull of a pin. Available in a manual angle and hydraulic angle model with a roller width of 4 ft. (1.2 m), the Harley D4 power box rake’s proprietary specially shaped carbide tooth design and pattern ensures the best possible seedbed subbase fracture to release and retain proper soil moisture. A robust frame with a high quality powder coat finish ensures optimal operational life, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinattachments.com.


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RTL Equipment Inc. 3000 SE Gateway Drive Grimes, IA 50111 515-986-0262 Fax: 515-986-0267 2601 120th St. NW Swisher, IA 52338 319-857-4045 Fax: 928-441-1269

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All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. 4700 Acorn Dr. Independence, OH 44131 800-232-4100 Fax: 216-642-7633 www.allcrane.com

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BRANCH LOCATIONS All Crane Rental of PA, LLC Pennsylvania 412-382-4200 All Crane & Equipment Rental Corp. West Virginia 304-766-0300 Dawes Rigging & Crane Rental, Inc. Wisconsin 414-453-5335 Jeffers Crane Service, Inc. Michigan 419-693-0421 For Your Local Terex Dealer, Please Contact: Waverly Operations 106 12th Street S.E. Waverly, IA 50677 USA Phone: (319) 352-3920 Fax: (319) 352-9395 email: inquire@terexwaverly.com web: http://www.terex-cranes.com


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Built like the BIG Boys

NORAM 65E

53" gear driven circle with “A” frame

Compact Grader

Full power shift transmission

With BIG Grader Features

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NorAm 65E | 110 HP | 16,800 LBS | 10' or 12' BLADE The NorAm 65E is engineered with the same standard features as other BIG grader manufacturers such as a 53" Circle with “A” Frame Drawbar, Full Power Shift Transmission with Torque Converter, and Torque Proportioning Rear Differential, making it the highest resale value in its class. The NorAm 65E…Compact Grader with BIG grader features.

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Shafer Contracting Awarded Project With $46M Bid INTERCHANGE from page 1

northwest to Fargo, N.D. Snelling Avenue is actually HWY-51 and serves as a city arterial street running from the south side of St. Paul through northern suburbs to its connection nearly 12 mi. (19 km) north at I-694. Shafer Contracting, a company specializing in road, sewer and grading work based in Shafer, Minn., came in with a low bid of $46 million to build the project. The company will eventually bring in more than a dozen sub-contractors to complete the project. Another, separate project from the interchange work is the reconstruction of a pair of bridges carrying TH-10 traffic over I-35W on the west end of the I-694 work. Lunda Construction, based out of Black River Falls, Wis., with a Minneosta office in Rosemount, is rebuilding these bridges at a bid amount of $8.6 million. Lunda is a Midwest bridge contractor MnDOT engineers had been planning to improve the long, out-dated geometrics of these highways for more than ten years. However, it was the deteriorating condition of nine bridges along the I-694/ TH-10 corridor that carried funding priority. As MnDOT set off to replace these bridges, they also began looking into funding to include the geometric improvements and, in the words of MnDOT Public Affairs Coordinator Kent Barnard, improvements that were equally critical as the bridge replacements. Chief among them was a short piece of four lanes of traffic shared by both highways that caused a less than ideal connection for the two roads. Along with the traffic chaos created by the shared pavement of I-694 and TH-10, there were “some non-standard left entrances and

corridor. This “combination of travel demand and geometric deficiency (traffic weaving) results in safety issues and travel delays on the corridor and has created one of the worst bottlenecks in the Twin Cities Metro area,” according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) Web site. Traffic statistics that support these improvements include an Average Daily Traffic (ADT) count of 110,000 vehicles per see INTERCHANGE page 80

Cat dozers and a roller move fill near mainline I-694 early in the second season of construction to improve a busy interchange north of St. Paul, Minn.

exits that we wanted to eliminate and we have had a higher than average crash problem along this particular corridor for some time,” said Barnard. The substandard geometrics that contribute to congestion and crashes include the lack of lane continuity for mainline I-694 eastbound and westbound through the TH10 commons area, the left side entrance of eastbound TH-10 to I-694, the left side entrance of northbound Snelling Avenue to westbound I-694 and the short distance of 1500 ft. (460 m) between the two intersecting highways, according to MnDOT reports. The reports state that because of these existing design deficiencies, traffic is forced to weave one lane which is a factor in the congestion and crash problems through this

With the limited right-of-way space, MnDOT added five retaining walls of more than 7,000 sq. ft. (651 sq m) to support areas that lost embankment.

An American crane works inside a wider section of the I-694 median to add lanes through this stretch of freeway.

The fine mist of a huge water spray keeps construction dust down at the site of the TH-10 bridge removal.


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

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

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

Custom Truck & Equipment www.customtruckandequipment.com 7701 E. 24 Highway Kansas City, MO 64125 800/861-1065 816/241-4888 Fax: 816/241-8826 2121 Stephens Blvd. Joplin, MO 64804 417/659-8969 Fax: 417/659-8871


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

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Looking to give productivity a boost? We’ve got your number — 470G LC. Like its highly popular predecessors, this enhanced excavator gets work done with smooth, one-of-a-kind efficiency. With more horsepower and additional arm and bucket digging force, it makes the most of every gallon of fuel. Customer-inspired refinements include a more comfortable, spacious cab. And an enhanced LCD monitor with a rotary control for quick, easy “turn-and-tap” access to a wealth of machine information and functionality. Add a rugged Interim Tier 4/EU Stage IIIB PowerTech™ diesel, and the 470G LC delivers everything you need in your next excavator.

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Kramer Tree Specialists Keeps Chicago Metropolitan Area Looking Beautiful Sporting a population of nearly 10 million people, the Chicago metropolitan area (Chicagoland to those in the know) is one of the largest markets in the United States. Such density clearly offers tremendous economic opportunities, as the demand for most any service and product is going to be quite large. For Kramer Tree Specialists, the success they found was in servicing residential and commercial customer needs for tree care and maintenance. But with the boom in landscape development and management over the last decade, and the passing in Illinois of a landfill ban on green waste, its mulch division has exploded to contribute a significant increase to their overall business. Tim Peters, manager of mulch operations for Kramer Tree, joined the team more than 14 years ago. “This is a family-owned business that has been in existence for more than 35 years now,” he said. “Our core business has always been to be the best tree care and arboricultural company in the Chicago marketplace, and we work hard to maintain that reputation.” But as the demand for landscape products increased (both retail and wholesale demand) and the passing of the Illinois landfill ban on green waste products in the 1990s, Kramer Tree recognized the potential for the business opportunity this presented. “Most of our original source material was the organic waste we generated from our tree care services,” said Peters. “But now we take in fifty loads a day of material from a number of streams, including municipal brush and leaf collection, landscaping companies, land clearing projects and even some clean wood waste and pallets.” Kramer Tree basically produces three mulch products: its high-quality special blended mulch, a red/brown/black dyed mulch, and a leaf mulch. Incoming material is separated by size and type; leaves, brush, and larger logs up to 10 in. (25 cm) in diameter. Kramer Tree puts high priority on ensuring a quality product, and the source streams and production process needs to meet its high standards. Leaves are reduced in a tub grinder and transformed into an organic rich leaf mulch. “Our leaf mulch makes a tremendous soil amendment which is widely used by our landscape customers,” Peters said. Its light brush and clean demolition wood also is processed through the tub grinder, and allowed to cure briefly after the first reduction. “Upon order, we then regrind that mulch before passing it through our coloring trommel to create our red, brown and black dyed mulch products.” Peters added that the colored mulch is new to Kramer Tree in the last few years, but the demand for it has soared. “We just started doing the coloring a little more than a year ago when the C&D stream started coming in. The small landscapers really love it, and it brought back some other customers that wanted a colored product. We’re responding to what the marketplace wants, and this demand is very strong right now.” The largest wood waste that comes in also gets reduced, but rather than trying to force big material through a fuelneedy grinder, Peters turned to a different solution. “The big material we get, mostly from land clearing but occasionally from our tree service or from landscapers, can

be upwards of 8 to 10 in. (20 to 25 cm) in diameter, which can be murder on a high-speed grinder.” Reducing large material in a grinder creates significant wear and tear, and consumes an enormous amount of fuel as some grinders can burn more than 40 gal. per hour. “After doing some research, we discovered the Doppstadt DW shredder and quickly realized the benefits we’d gain from a change in equipment,” Peters continued. “The 32 rpm shaft reduces with high torque rather than high-speed, so the wear and tear, as well as the fuel consumption, drop dramatically. We also like how easy it is to feed: the machine is usually waiting for us to put something in it, rather than our operator waiting for the machine to catch up to us.” Burning less than 10 gal. per hour, the DW series slowspeed shredders perform primary reduction much more economically than a high-speed grinder with much more tolerance for bulky, difficult material, Doppstadt’s DW shredders also include an automatic breakaway comb that harmlessly passes unshreddable material without halting production. And while the final product is clearly larger than the finished product from a high-speed grinder, Peters explained that he sees that as a plus. “We’re doing two passes anyway, so there’s no reason our first pass needs to produce a finished size equal to our final product; it’s really just wasteful to take it that far. We get nearly 200 yards per hour through our DW, so the production rate is fantastic. It’s just a great overall machine.” And there is another hidden benefit they realized as well. “Because the reduction from the DW [slow-speed shredder] is larger, the piles don’t get as compact, which means they don’t cook as much and you eliminate the risk of high temperature and combustion. That’s a significant peace of mind for an operation like ours.” Kramer Tree again turned to a Doppstadt product when they implemented a plan for producing colored mulch. “We selected the Amerimulch system for our coloring needs, but still needed a platform for mixing the mulch and colorant. Doppstadt products are known for their efficiency, and an SM trommel seemed like a perfect solution for what we needed. We get 100 yards per hour through it with no problems at all.” With a fuel efficiency of less than two gal. per hour, the SM 720 trommel performs flawlessly as a mixing drum for their coloring process. “We actually wrap the drum in plastic to keep the material in; it only takes about 20 minutes to do and we replace it once every week or so.” Even though they don’t use the trommel to screen, Peters agreed it is a great multi-use product. “We actually don’t do any screening with it,” said Peters. “But for an operation that does have screening needs, and also wants to produce colored mulch, you really can’t beat it.” Having moved to its current 10-acre site four years ago, Kramer Tree is perfectly positioned to continue serving the massive Chicagoland market for years to come. Their operation is well-oiled and neatly kept, with 5.5 acres on concrete and plans for another acre still to go. As they continue to grow, the opportunities they find will likely be a product of their own success, and it’s clear they see so much more to pursue as they move ahead. For more information, visit http://www.doppstadtus.com.

CONTINENTAL EQUIPMENT CORP.

ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES CO.

A division of AIS

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www.aisequip.com 3600 N. Grand River Ave. Lansing, MI 48906 517/321-8000 Fax: 517/321-4191

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

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Roland Machinery Co. 4670 Crossroads Industrial Drive Bridgeton, MO (314) 291-1330 Cape Girardeau, MO (573) 334-5252 Columbia, MO (573) 814-0083 Palmyra, MO (573) 769-2056 Carterville, IL (618) 985-3399

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Efficiency Production Opens First Factory-Store in Joliet, Ill.

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

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

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

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

Efficiency Production, an American man- design for highly challenging job site condiufacturer of trench safety equipment, intro- tions; sales, marketing and customer service duced Efficiency Shoring and Supply — the support; and onsite installation assistance. company’s first factory-store, serving Efficiency Production, “America’s Trench Chicago and northeast Illinois out of its Box Builder,” provides the widest selection Joliet branch office. Efficiency Shoring and Supply is located at 1906 E. Cass St., Joliet, Ill. Its office phone number is 815/893-6700. The new Chicago branch is staffed and operated by Blake Stevens, shoring and shielding specialist, and Kevin Vollmer, operations manager. Efficiency Shoring and Supply offers a full range of trench shielding and shoring equipment, including: • Steel and aluminum trench shields • Steel manhole shields Build-a-box aluminum modular trench shielding • Hydraulic shores, rescue Blake Stevens, shoring and shielding specialist, shores, high-clearance shores, will operate Efficiency Production’s, Efficiency and hydraulic aluminum shields Shoring and Supply — the company’s first factoryThe branch also features facto- store, serving Chicago and northeast Illinois out of ry-direct rental rates on its Joliet branch office. Efficiency Production’s premier Slide Rail System, supported by the manufacturer’s special operations shoring division; the experienced team of slide rail experts and installers. All products are P.E. certified to meet OSHA standards. Efficiency Shoring and Supply also supplies and services a full range of construction support equipment, such as: • Stone Mizer Bedding Box Material Containers • Porta-Tank Water-tank and Power-Spray System • Road plate • Pipe plugs • Pipe pullers • Gas monitors Efficiency Shoring and Supply is the Chicago area’s Kevin Vollmer, operations manager, Efficiency complete rental resource; offer- Production, will operate the company’s first factoing OSHA and National Utility ry-store, Efficiency Shoring and Supply. Contractors Association (NUCA) certified trench safety/competent of standard and custom trench shielding and person training. shoring systems, according to the manufacAdditionally, ESS is supported by trench turer. Efficiency’s versatile products are shielding and shoring equipment manufac- designed specifically for safe and cost effecturer, Efficiency Production Inc. tive installation of utility systems and infraEngineering support from Efficiency structure improvements. includes custom engineering and pre-bid For more information, visit CAD system drawings; special application http://www.epi-shields.com/.


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Bridge Crews Finish Several Months Ahead of Schedule INTERCHANGE from page 70

day along the I-694 and TH-10 corridor with a projected volume of 165,000 vehicles per day by 2030. At the same time, MnDOT crash studies show a high number of accidents. The majority of them are rear-end crashes which is indicative of “congested conditions” according to the MnDOT traffic reports. Though the bridge replacements drove the entire project, Barnard said that the geometric improvements had also been on MnDOT’s radar at the same time. The project turned public eight years ago when MnDOT staff presented preliminary designs and studies to the public through a series of open houses. When completed, the new geometrics will add four through-lanes and two ramps that will loop around to separate I-694 traffic from TH-10 as the two highways merge together through the commons area. Drivers will have a pair of highways with improved traffic flow, more capacity, exits and entrances dedicated to both roads and less accidents according to the MnDOT Web site. This is the first of four scheduled projects to reach MnDOT’s long term goal to improve I-694 running between I-35E and I35W for approximately 7 mi. (11 km) across the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities. A separate project jumpstarted work on the I-694 corridor several years ago when road crews completed the “Unweave the Weave” project. Similar to the current work, the “Unweave the Weave” project was another mammoth reconstruction to separate common lanes shared by I-694 and I-35E on the east end of I-694. To make the improvements, though, construction crews will close lanes and build bypasses as they rip out thousands of cu. yds. of pavement through the I-694/TH-10 commons area while maintaining four lanes of traffic. Drivers also will face detours throughout the project area when bridges come down and traffic lanes along with ramps are closed for construction. The good news to all this is that MnDOT and its contractor are on schedule to complete this work in two years. As the construction season turns into shorter days and cooler weather, both the MnDOT project engineer and Shafer project superintendent agree that the project has been going well while fighting a wet spring after a warm and nearly snow-less winter. Since construction began, road and bridge crews have been busy. Several key bridges have reopened including the TH-10 and County Rd. 10 bridges that cross I-35W in the west end of the project that also ended a lengthy detour for regular users of these bridges. A couple

of associated ramps for the bridges also were Drawing a small crowd of onlookers on a Barnard noted that approximately 3,000 recently reopened. sunny and warm Saturday morning to a cu. yd. (2,295 cu yd) of concrete and steel Bridge crews completed several months frontage road vantage point, they enjoyed was trucked from the site, “about the size of ahead of schedule another pair of bridges on watching as much as the operators enjoyed an NBA basketball court piled 17 ft (5.1 m) the east end of the project that carry fast handling the controls of a pair of large, deep.” moving, high volume I-694 traffic over the American cranes swinging a wrecking ball About four mi. (6.4 km) east of the TH-10 Island Lake channel that connects the two while a pair of Volvo backhoes chipped bridges, crews also tore down and reconseparate bodies of water that form Island away at a huge piece of highway deck structed the Island Lake bridges through the Lake; a popular recreational lake in Arden brought down by the wrecking ball that land- summer months. Though much smaller in Hills. ed tipped up and out. size, they carry more than 100,000 vehicles Along with the bridge openings, crews Of this particular demolition, one of the per day and four lanes of I-694 traffic crosshave completed a couple of busy ing a narrow channel connecting intersections along the route and the two sections of Island Lake. paved the eastbound lanes of I-694. Here, preparations for the demoTraffic crews recently shifted traffic lition and new construction to the new alignment to begin work involved lining each end of the on the new westbound lanes of Ichannel with sheet piling to close 694. off the small channel from water. Along with hundreds of workers As Barrett explained, “we to move the project forward, at any received permission from the one time, there are dozens of pieces Minnesota Department of Natural of road equipment digging, grading Resources to drive sheet piling and and moving dirt around the site. cut off the north side of the lake Included in this mix are a half from the south side so that the work dozen Komatsu, Volvo, Hyundai area could be isolated from the and John Deere backhoes digging lake. So for erosion and environsewer trenches and removing topmental reasons we could replace soil. Assisting the backhoes in some the bridges and not worry about of the work is more than a half protecting the channel under the dozen Cat and Volvo dozers and bridge.” several Bobcats. MnDOT allowed a six-month On hand for grading work are window to complete the pair of Cat blades, and Bomag, Ingersoll bridges. Each bridge was removed Rand and Dynapac rollers. and rebuilt separately to maintain Nearly a dozen cranes rolled in traffic on bypasses through the conby Lunda crews loomed above the struction zone. project throughout the summer at Excavation crews also have been several distinct areas for bridge busy. Because sections of the highdemolition and construction work. way were lowered more than 12 ft. Included in this mix were Terex and (19 m), engineer’s estimated that American cranes for the heavier approximately 1 million cu. yd. bridge demolition and construction A Cat excavator and dozer work in tandem to remove fill (765,000 cu m) of excavation will and smaller Grove cranes for the where a portion of the new road bed was lowered up to be dug out. Another estimated 12 ft. (3.7 m). lighter work. 800,000 cu. yd. (612,000 cu m) of This huge onsite equipment embankment will be removed. inventory was put to good use when crews largest of all demolitions on the project, With the limited right-of-way space, demolished the pair of bridges carrying TH- Steve Barrett, MnDOT resident construction MnDOT added five retaining walls of more 10 traffic over I-35W earlier this summer. engineer, was pleased with the work and than 7,000 sq. ft. (651 sq m) to support areas On an early weekend in June, traffic timing. that lost embankment. crews closed both highways from Friday “It went really well. We had the freeway Other features include five new ponds and evening to the following Monday morning. open on time and we also put in a new cul- infiltration areas that will be dug with 30,000 With a combined ADT of nearly 185,000 vert crossing I-35W and there was some lin. ft. (9,150 lin m) of sewer pipe to be vehicles per day for both highways, detour paving work done also. So, there were three placed. routes had to be planned and ready to go different operations going in a relatively Road and bridge crews will continue to with advanced notice to the thousands of confined work space” Barrett said. work through the fall and into the winter drivers using these roads. “Crews worked from midnight that with efforts next year to focus on rebuilding Time also was very critical. I-35W had to Friday to 10 a.m. on Saturday to drop all TH-10 along with completing the remainder be open by 5 a.m. the following Monday in bridge superstructures,” Barnard added. of westbound I-694. time for the morning rush hour commute “Then demolition efforts focused on removThe contractor is expected to have the into St. Paul and Minneapolis. ing the bridge debris and hauling it away.” entire project completed by November of Once traffic crews choked off traffic on “Bridge demolition of this size and con- next year. each highway, Lunda bridge crews rolled in figuration performed in a single weekend is (This story also can be found on with a small army of workers with a good extraordinary but minimizing the closure of Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at representation of cranes, dozers, backhoes I-35W was a priority and the construction www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) and bobcats for the tear down. crews made it happen!” CEG


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Talbert Introduces 50-Ton 5051 Traveling Axle Trailer Talbert Manufacturing’s 50 ton (45 t) 5051 traveling axle trailer has been designed for customers that need to comply with 43ft. (13 m) kingpin laws and regulations. Kingpin laws vary state to state but generally apply to any trailer longer than 48 ft. (14.6 m) and less than 53 ft. (16 m). These regulations typically dictate the maximum distance from the kingpin to the last axle must measure 43 ft. or less. Adding to its series of traveling axle trailers, Talbert pushed the deck length to the limit, designing a 51-ft. (15.5 m) traveling axle trailer to maximize the lower deck length and still meet the 43-ft. kingpin law. Talbert’s TA Series trailers are known for their six-degree load angle. This gradual slope is ideal for the towing and recovery industry, as well as rental equipment and small to midsize construction equipment with low ground clearances, such as rollers and pavers. The 15,000-lb. (6,804 kg) planetary winch, which comes standard on all trailers in Talbert’s 50-Ton TA Series, provides customers with an efficient winch. The planetary winch uses a direct-drive system and offers up to twice the loading speed of the worm gear winch. Operators can run Talbert’s planetary winch through a multifunction wireless remote, which allows one

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

person to load a piece of equipment without leaving the trailer. This is ideal for loading inoperable cars or machinery, according to the manfuacturer. For reliable performance in heavy-duty industries, Talbert’s 5051TA also comprises a T-1 & 80K steel beam constructed framework and 4-in. (10 cm) I-beam crossmem-

bers on 9-in. (22.8 cm) centers to accommodate more concentrated loads. Further, the Ibeam construction prevents corrosion, unlike boxed crossmenbers that tend to rust from the inside out. Other standard features include 1½-in. (3.8 cm) apitong flooring as well as side and center tie-downs. Apitong is a tightly woven,

highly dense wood that provides a longer wear life because it is less susceptible to chipping or cracking than other deck materials. Side and center tie-down slots are installed for greater loading ease and application flexibility. For more information, call 800/348-5232 or visit www.talbertmfg.com.

New Option Offered on Landoll’s 455 Traveling Axle Trailer Landoll Corporation has a new option for the Model 455 traveling axle trailer — a hydraulic kicker roller package. This package allows skidmounted equipment for the oil fields and other industries to be easily loaded from the ground onto the trailer deck. Heavy duty 4 1⁄2 in. (11 cm) rollers are stored below the deck surface while the trailer is transporting construction equipment and other commodities. When the operator needs to load skidmounted equipment the rollers are raised hydraulically 2 1⁄2 in. (6.3 cm) above the deck with a dual cylinder lift system. Each roller has 10,000 lb. (4,536 kg) capacity. This package is available with four rollers or an

eight-roller package for even the longest of loads. The Landoll Model 455 is a triple axle 55-ton (50 t) trailer available in widths of 102 or 120 in. (259 or 305 cm). With the standard hydraulic winch, the operator can pull heavy skids onto the deck at a low 6 degree load angle, according to the manufacturer. The kicker roller package is ideal for skids, tanks, bunks for the oil fields, skid-mounted portable buildings and containers for commercial applications. Landoll is a leading manufacturer of traveling axle and detachable lowboy trailers from 5 to 60-ton (4.5 to 54 t) capacity. For more information, call 800/428-5655 or visit www.landoll.com.

The Landoll Model 455 is a triple axle 55-ton (50 t) trailer available in widths of 102 or 120 in. (259 or 305 cm).


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Specialized Trailers...

Rogers Model Utilizes No Foot Self-Lifting Gooseneck

AIS Construction Equipment Corporation 3600 North Grand River Avenue Lansing, MI 48906 517-321-8000 Fax: 517-321-6275 600 44th Street S.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49548 616-538-2400 Fax: 616-538-0449 65809 Gratiot Avenue Lenox, MI 48050 586-727-7502 Fax: 586-727-7311

949 3rd Ave. Windom, MN 56101 507-678-2752

Ditch Witch of North Dakota 1100 W. Main Ave. West Fargo, ND 58078 701-282-3600 877-282-3600 Fax: 701-282-3636 2921 Twin City Dr. Mandan, ND 58554 701-663-9551 877-663-9551 Fax: 701-663-0692

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

Rogers 90-ft. (27 m), 60-ton (54 t) capacity specialized trailer.

Specialized carriers can now haul their “super loads” on Rogers specialized application model. This trailer was specifically designed and built for a major southwestern utility company to transport emergency transformers. It also will haul rough terrain cranes, excavators or other heavy equipment with little or no breakdown. Stretching out more than 90 ft. (27 m), this 60-ton (54 t) capacity trailer features three air-ride axles with 54-1/2 in. (138 cm) axle spacings combined with a 14 ft. 1 in. (4.2 m) booster assembly and two detachable axles. The booster can easily be removed and the rear assembly can be run as a 3-axle, closecoupled 4-axle, or a 5-axle when hauling lighter loads or when a spread axle configuration is not required. The trailer also features Rogers’ detachable rear frame for quick and easy axle load re-distributions. The 26 ft.

(7.9 m) platform deck easily fits under most super loads, according to the manufacturer. This model incorporates Rogers’ No Foot self-lifting gooseneck, which operates on low hydraulic pressures utilizing standard truck-tractor PTO or a self-contained gas engine power unit that can easily and safely raise or lower the deck under full load. Rogers’ tapered, self-aligning beam hook connection offers a quick and safe gooseneck-to-deck connection. The ground-hugging Croucher design has tapered mainbeams for maximum loading stability. An additional feature of this model is a “Dolly Link”, increasing the swing clearance to 182 in. (462 cm), to distribute the trailer’s kingpin load onto the tandem-axle, air-ride suspension helper dolly and the tractor. For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com.

8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231-267-5060 Fax: 231-267-5257 56555 Pontiac Trail New Hudson, MI 48165 248-437-8121 800-457-8121 www.aisequip.com

Vermeer Sales & Service 661 Hwy T14 Pella, IA 50219 866-483-7633 Fax: 641-628-4283 Vermeer Siouxland 4858 D. Ave. Marcus, IA 51035 712-376-2310 Fax: 712-376-2312 Vermeer of Eastern Iowa 101 Commerce Blvd. Tipton, IA 50219 563-886-2444 Fax: 563-886-2223 www.vermeeriowa.com

2216 N. Greenbay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 847-336-1205 10351 W. Laraway Rd. Frankfort, IL 60423 815-464-6650 27939 W. Concrete Dr. Ingleside IL 60041 815-363-4100 www.burrisequipment.com


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Scharber & Sons, Inc. Kentucky 13090 Aiken Rd. Louisville, KY 40223 800-507-9705 4233 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 866-528-9699 140 James Lewis Rd. London, KY 40744 877-231-7151 3279 Lexington Rd. Richmond, KY 40475 800-463-8722 www.holtequipment.net

6140 Highway 10 NW Anoka, MN 55303 763-323-1720 888-448-5266 Fax: 763-422-3949

1015 Highway 212 West Norwood Young America, MN 952-467-2182 Fax: 952-467-3259

13725 Main Street Rogers, MN 55374 763-428-4107 Fax: 763-428-2700 www.scharbers.com

3021 West 133rd Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-6310 Fax: 952-496-0263 23580 Highway 55 Loretto, MN 55357 763-479-8200 Fax: 763-479-8201

901 Parker Ave. W. Dassel, MN 55325 877-570-2740 www.farmriteequip.com

1929 E. Madison Ave. Mankato, MN 56001 507-387-7376 Fax: 507-387-7399

www.westsidetractorsales.com 1400 W. Ogden Ave. Naperville, IL 630-355-7150

600 Walnut Ct Rockdale, IL 815-730-9011

7355 East 30th St. Indianapolis, IN 46219 317-544-3411

310 W. 162 St. Rt. 6 South Holland, IL 708-331-6362

2170 South Yost Ave. Bloomington, IN 47403 812-333-9677 Fax: 812-333-9731

Lafayette, IN 47905 765-477-6933 Fax: 765-448-9038

3110 Prairie Rd. Rockford, IL 815-961-3160 1560 North Old Rand Rd. Wauconda, IL 847-526-7700

5400 Industrial Rd. Fort Wayne, IN 46825 260-482-8576 Fax: 260-483-4057

South Bend, IN 46619 574-232-1461 Fax: 574-233-3324


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Hendrickson’s PRIMAAX Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems celebrated the 10-year anniversary launch of PRIMAAX, a family of severeservice air suspensions for the commercial trucking industry. The original PRIMAAX system was launched in December 2001 followed by an enhanced version of the product, PRIMAAX EX in 2008, which was designed to increase roll stability and improve durability above and beyond the original PRIMAAX’s severe-duty design for even more extreme environments and applications. Doug Sanford, vice president and general manager of Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems said, “PRIMAAX EX has revolutionized the severe-service industry by providing a highly durable, highly stable platform with all of the benefits of an air ride system. Not only does PRIMAAX EX provide stability characteristics similar to a mechanical suspension, but the premium ride quality of the system also helps comfort the driver and protects expensive equipment from premature wear.” Prior to PRIMAAX EX, significant tradeoffs existed between premium ride quality

and high stability. To achieve superior ride quality, manufacturers had to sacrifice stability and vice versa. With the introduction of PRIMAAX EX, Hendrickson was able to achieve both of these suspension characteristics through an unprecedented, technologically-advanced design, according to the manufacturer. Higher levels of roll stiffness and more rugged components allowed PRIMAAX EX to proliferate into numerous vocational and severe applications where other air suspensions are unable to go. The suspension has made a significant impact on the oil field industry, the refuse segment, concrete mixers and the logging business. It is spec’d by heavy-haulers, municipalities and general construction fleets, in addition to numerous additional applications. As the vocational market starts its recovery, PRIMAAX EX is poised for growth. PRIMAAX EX is now available at all major Class 8 truck OEMs in various offerings including both drum and disc-brake configurations. For more information, call 630-910-2800 or visit www.hendrickson-intl.com.

Weather Guard Van Solutions Announce New Trade Packages Knaack LLC announced comprehensive, new weather guard van solutions including professional trade packages, new bulkheads and shelving, new accessories, and new specialty and secure storage, along with enhanced organization and quick installation features. New weather guard profession-specific van storage packages are customized for unique job requirements of general contractors and remodelers, plumbers, mechanical/HVAC, electricians, telecom, security, and more. Pro-packages are available for all full-size, high-roof, and compact vans. New weather guard rapid mount shelving has deeper, fully-hemmed, 16 in. shelves to fit large tool cases and boxes, and tool-less adjustable shelves and dividers. New secure storage door and drawer modules offer extra theft-resistance. End panel caps have easyto-reach tie-down points. Finally, rapid mount shelving comes with notched floor clearance for pack rat drawer units or wide supplies. A wide range of new “red zone” accessories are announced that mount to shelf end panels, bulkheads or van doors for easy access to frequently used items. New tool

and parts cabinets, cases, bin boxes, and locking cabinets are available, as well as the cab command center — a between-the-seat organizer — and the grab & go tool cart. New specialty storage solutions include a heavy-duty tool drawer with power pass electrical pass-thru grommet, complementing the full range of heavy-duty pack rat drawer units, lightweight and stackable itemizer drawer units, and the bed rat sliding platform for side and rear door openings. New weather guard bulkheads have clear, polycarbonate windows for visibility and safety, and tighter fitting end panels for improved climate and noise control. Weather guard bulkheads continue to offer the exclusive dog hatch door for storing long materials. The culmination of years of research, weather guard van solutions identified “red zones” or work zones in the back, side, and cab of the van, that can be organized to maximize productivity and efficiency. Finally, all weather guard van solutions offer an exclusive, limited lifetime warranty. For more information, call 800/456-7865 or visit www.Knaack.com.


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Phoenix Truck and Bus LLC Named VIPAR Stockholder VIPAR Heavy Duty has announced that Phoenix Truck and Bus LLC in Indianapolis, Ind., is the newest stockholder to join its network of distributors. Under the leadership of its president, Mark Smith, Phoenix Truck and Bus operates a 10,000 sq. ft. parts department that carries a complete line of heavy duty aftermarket parts. The company also offers a full-service maintenance and repair facility that specializes in fleet repair. Phoenix Truck and Bus is conveniently located in the heart of Indianapolis near Interstates 70 and 465. The company’s 7 acre facility houses its parts distribution warehouse, along with its body shop, repair center, frame rack and alignment center. “Phoenix Truck and Bus is a welcome addition to the VIPAR Heavy Duty network,” said Jim Pennig, vice president, busi-

ness development, VIPAR Heavy Duty. “They have significantly expanded their product mix and inventory to continue to meet the growing needs of fleets, repair

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2006 INTERNATIONAL 5900i, Stock# CW-226, Cummins ISX Engine, 475 HP, 166,246 Miles, Diesel, 18 Spd Trans, Chalmers Suspension, 3.90 Ratio, Equipped w/ 80 BBL (2,600 Gal.) Steel Vacuum Tank, Dual Chrome Exhaust, Chrome Bumper; Gross Vehicle Weight (lbs): 62000; 6x4................................................................................................$99,995

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2006 KENWORTH W900L, Stock# PW-178m Cummins ISX Engine, 500 HP, 385,554 Miles, Diesel, 18 Spd, Hendrickson Suspension, 4.30 Ratio, 11R24.5 Tires, Equipped w/ Dual Chrome Exhaust, Dual SS Air Cleaners, Chrome Bumper, SS Visor, Wet Kit, Half Fenders.; Gross Vehicle Weight (lbs): 65200; 6x4 ..........................................................................$71,995

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901 Parker Ave West PO Box 26 Dassel, MN 55325 320-275-2737 Toll Free: 888-679-4857 www.farmriteequip.com

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HILCO INDUSTRIAL, LLC www.hilcoind.com 847-313-4747 • Toledo, OH Thurs.,Dec.13, 2012 For:Construction Equipment,Cranes, ForkliftsandTrucks • Baltimore, MD Wed./Thur.,January 23-14,2013 For:Construction Equipment

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YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February11-18, 2013 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks andTrailers


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 8, 2012 • Page 93

Attention Contractors! Post Your Wanted To Buy Listings FREE! Here’s How! List Your Wanted Items

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. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT | PRIORITY EQUIPMENT: -CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADER 966H (YEAR 1995-2005) -LINK BELT EXCAVATOR 265F2 ALSO KNOWN AS SUMITOMO LS2650FJ2 OR A SIMILAR MODEL FROM CATERPILLAR/ KOMATSU/HITACHI (YEAR 1995-2005) KOMATSU MOBILE CRUSHER BR350JG (YEAR 1995-2005) CONTACT: ARTUR BERKALIYEV PHONE: 832-571-3909 EMAIL:ARTUR.BERKALIYEV@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3 YARD BALDERSON HOOK LOADER BUCKET CONTACT: FREDRICK NOLL PHONE: 701-872-6336 EMAIL: FREDNOLL@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR STEEL SHEET PILE AND STEEL H PILE CONTACT: WILLIE PHONE: 201-786-3354 FAX: 201-444-6377 EMAIL:WILLIEKIRCH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY 9 USED GEINE GS1930 MACHINES. CONTACT: ALLEN LIU PHONE: 610-340-2765 EMAIL: CLIU0000@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER D7G D7H D8K D8N D9 D10 1975 AND UP FROM USA ONLY CONTRACTORS NO SALEMAN PLEASE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR CELL 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 444H | TRANS. FOR THIS LOADER 444H CONTACT: BOB WILLIAMS PHONE: 863 494 1616 EMAIL: BOBWILL47@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE SEVERAL UNITS OF 12G (78 - UP), 140G (87 - UP), 140 H (99 - 02), AND 14G/H (72 - 00) CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS, PREFERABLY WITH RIPPER. GRADERS MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. PLEASE SEND PICTURES, CONDITION, SERIAL NUMBER AND FINAL PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 | EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED FRONT LOADER BACKHOE AND CHEVY TRUCK 2500 4X4. FOR 1985 HISTORICAL/CLASSIC BIARRITZ CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVP@OH.RR.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

LOOKING TO PURCHASE USED VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS/DRIVERS IMMEDIATELY. BRANDS I AM SEEKING ARE MKT, PVE, ICE & APE. SEEKING VIBRATORY WITH POWER PACK OR EXCAVATOR MOUNTED PILE HAMMER AS WELL. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON PHONE: 864-542-4369 EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB 212 CONTACT: KEN PHONE: 627-1265 FAX: 623-5009 EMAIL: MASTERLINK@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ARIEL LIFT | CONSTRUCTION A200 FEET HEIGHT TEMPLE SWO TO CARRY GOODS EASILY CONTACT: RABINDRANATHTIADI PHONE: 09438485517 EMAIL: SHREEGURUREALEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRUCKS OR CARS CONTACT: RACHEL PHONE: 417-684-7830 EMAIL: RACHELMCCONNAUGHEY@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOBILE CONCRETE BATCHING PLANT CONTACT: JOHN MICALLEF FAX: 0035621807931 EMAIL: JMICALLEFBUILDERS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS | PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES EQUIPPED WITH THE "GOLD PACKAGE", HOWEVER ANY BOBCAT WILL BE CONSIDERED. PLEASE SEND A FEW PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. QUICK PAYMENT AND REMOVAL OF MACHINERY. ***DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND*** CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– COMPACTION WHEEL LIKE DC12 SKH CONTACT: RALPH HAGEDORN PHONE: 707-349-4700 EMAIL: RHAGEDONE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR BULLDOZER D9N OR D9R AS SOON AS P/S FROM 1990 UP 1998 CONTACT: OUFI PHONE: 966530185141 FAX: 96627512024 EMAIL:ALOUFI01@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

UNDERCARRIAGE ROLLERS | 14 SINGLE FLANGE SYSTEM’S ONE UNDERCARRIAGE ROLLERS FOR D5G CAT – NEW OR NEAR NEW. CONTACT: TOM PHONE: 218-843-1023 EMAIL: CALLPHONENUMBER@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER D7G WITH WINCH EAST COST USER «CONTRACTOR ONLY NO SALEMAN I NEED 2 | D7G D8K D9N D10N CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR CELL 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LULL 844C42 CONTACT: KEVIN PHONE: 856-297-4758 EMAIL: KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU WA 500 WHEEL LOADER | LATE MODEL, LOW HOUR, WORK READY, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– UTILITY VEHICLE UNDER $200,000 CONTACT: JONATHAN EMAIL: JETDST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FORKLIFT | CAT OR YALE FORKLIFT 12,000 B CAP SOLID RUBBER TIRES OR ?? . NEED A 3 STAGE MAST.I BROKER EQUIP TO SELL TO MY CUSTOMER , NEED A GOOD WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: HANK BOTT PHONE: 440-235-1723 EMAIL: HBINDUSTRIAL@JUNO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED ALL THE TIME 7 DAYS BULLDOZER D3AT D10 EXCAVATOR LOADER GRADER USA USER ONLY | «ONLY CONTRACTORS NO SALEMAN« CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTINJ PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY MANUALS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATORS OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS AND VEHICLES OF ALL SORTS. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

ASPHALT PAVERS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE USED DYNAPAC F12, F14, F16 PAVERS AND ABG TITAN 423 PAVERS. MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. PLEASE SEND PICTURES, YEAR, MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GEHL V400 WITH HEAT/AC, QUICK ATTACHMENT FOR EQUIPMENT, A 4-1 BUCKET, TIRES AND REMOVEABLE TRACKS, SET UP FOR SNOW REMOVAL, INCLUDING THE BEST SNOWBLOWER ON THE MARKET AND CHAINS FOR THE TIRES. CONTACT: AL WRIGHT PHONE: 304-693-7218 EMAIL: MOONRIVER1967@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRACKS & PADS | PLEASE QUOTE A PAIR OF TRACKS AND PADS FOR A CATERPILLAR D10N. THANK YOU. CONTACT: KELLY TUCKER PHONE: 8138686714 FAX: 8134892477 EMAIL:KELLY.T@FARESBROS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MKT PILE DRIVERS | I AM SEEKING TO PURCHASE USED MKT PILE DRIVERS AT ALL TIMES. YOUR BEST OPTION TO CONVERT YOUR USED PILE HAMMER INTO CASH. SEND ME PICS AND SPECS ON YOUR USED MKT BRAND PILE HAMMER EQUIPMENT TODAY. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRONT LOADER | WANTED: FRONT LOADER BACKHOE FROM PRIVATE OWNER IN FAIR CONDITION CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVP@OH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER | D21-P CONTACT: RICHARD EMAIL: KR2001FRAN@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOREHOLE WATER DRILLING TRUCK | I WANT A TRUCK ATTACH WITH AN EQUIPMENT TO DRILL WATER, AN INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT FOR DRILLING BOREHOLE WATER CONTACT: BEN PHONE: 713 516 8772 EMAIL: BENCAPILON@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROTOTILT | LOOKING FOR A ROTOTILT TO ATTACH ON BOOM TO USE WITH BUCKET ON A TAKEUCHI TB125 EXCAV. CONTACT: KEN WEAVER PHONE: 724-938-2500 EMAIL: HTR9382500@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WE BUY VOLVO CHAIN EXCAVATORS 2028HT | NEED TO BUY VOLVO USED CHAIN EXCAVATORS MODEL NO. 3035HT AND MODEL NO. 2028H. PLEASE SEND ME ALL DETAILS. IF YOU HAVE THESE EXCAVATORS IN YOUR STOCK. THANKS CONTACT: AGHA WAQAR ALI KHAN PHONE: 92-300-4642935 FAX: 92-42-35942188 EMAIL:BDIL6@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED EXCAVATORS CONTACT: PETER THOMPSON PHONE: 01512360917 FAX: 01512360917 EMAIL: THOMPSONPLANT@BTCONNECT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SCAFFOLDS CONTACT: CHIKA PHONE: 7274030866 EMAIL: NWANNACHIKA@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FIAT ALLIS D5 DOZER LEFT FINAL DRIVE CONTACT: JOHNNY OGLESBY PHONE: 7068718201 EMAIL: KYLEOGLESBY84@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS: 70Z THRU 95Z-II & IV SERIES ONLY, YEAR FROM 1985 TO NEWER. ANY CONDITION CONTACT: IVAN PHAM PHONE: 951-445-7565 FAX: 951-509-4618 EMAIL:PHAMIVAN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATORS | WANTED TO BUY USED KOMATSU, HITACHI, KOBELCO EXCAVATORS ANY CONDITION, COMPACTOR ROLLERS, WHEEL LOADERS. I WILL PICK UP AT YOUR LOCATIONS FAST CASH PAY TO YOU NO WAITING, JUST CALL ME WE BUY EVERY DAY, ALWAYS LOOKING FOR USED EQUIPMENT TO BUY. CONTACT: IVAN PHAM PHONE: 951-445-7565 FAX: 951-5094618 EMAIL:PHAMIVAN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRONT END LOADER | I NEED A LOADER FOR A KUBOTA BX1500. CONTACT: KRIS IVES PHONE: 540-868-2709 EMAIL: IVES.RIOUX@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2007 2009 CAT D8R | LOOKING FOR 10 UNITS OF CAT D8R, SHOULD BE 2007 2009 & NOT MORE THAN 5000 HOURS. TRADE PRICING ONLY CONTACT: GM PHONE: +971552541439 EMAIL: INFO@MACHINERY-MANAGER.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

PARTS FOR CAT 613B PADDLE SCRAPER | I WANT BOTH PADDLE CHAIN IDLER ASSEMBLIES W/MOUNTING BRACKETS FOR A CATERPILLAR 613B PADDLE SCRAPER. CONTACT: SID PHONE: 281-389-7777 EMAIL: SID1786@LIVINGSTON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BUCKET, FRONT LDR KOMATSU WA450L | FRONT BUCKET, (PREFER ROCK) FOR A WA 450L , OR SOMETHING CLOSE TO SAME THAT WE MIGHT RE - LUG AND FAB / FIT CONTACT: JACK CHERRY PHONE: 541-993-0228 FAX: 509-767-2282 EMAIL:OREGONHEAVY@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BRIDGE DECK PAVER • NEED TEREX/BIDWELL 4800 IN EARLY JANUARY IN FORT WORTH, TX. USA CONTACT: WHITNEY BROUSSARD PHONE: 214-507-2157 FAX: 817-232-8984 EMAIL: WB@BROUSSARDEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER • LATE MODEL LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE CATERPILLAR D8K DOZERS, YEAR MODEL 1980 AND UP WITH AFTERCOOLER AND SPACER PLATE AND RIPPER. MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH ORIGINAL PAINT. PLEASE OFFER ME WHAT YOU HAVE WITH BUNCH OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BRH1100 TRAMAC 80MM PIN MOUNT FOR SAMSUNG210 • NEED 80MM SAMSUNG SE210 PIN MOUNT FOR BRH110 TRAMAC HAMMER CONTACT: JOHN NILSEN PHONE: 914-261-0322 FAX: 845-225-0797 EMAIL:SPEC100@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADER TIRE W/RIM MODEL 55B SIZE 175X25 12 STUD USED | USED TIRE/W RIM SIZE 17.5X25 12 STUD LOADER 55B MICHIGAN LOCATION, MASSACHUSETTS CONTACT: TANYA PHONE: 508-587-0770 EMAIL: AUTO362@VERIZON.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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Wright Express Releases Construction FCI Results

With the new jacking system, Liebherr delivers a cost-efficient solution to lift the excavator uppercarriage for easy swing ring maintenance or replacement.

Liebherr Offers Tools for Excavator-Specific Upkeep Liebherr delivers a wide range of service tools for excavator-specific maintenance: pump, cylinder, travel drive, track pad maintenance or replacement, ensuring optimal working conditions no matter the size of the component. The close collaboration between the excavator R&D engineering team and service tools development team ensures that the excavator design encapsulates best-practice serviceability, according to the manufacturer. The tooling design and product range evolve with the excavators. Liebherr Service Tool development meets stringent EC and Australian standards. Before release, Liebherr tooling undergoes an intensive factory and field testing program to meet the challenges faced in the field and exceed the expectations of the end user. With the new jacking system, Liebherr delivers a cost-efficient solution to lift the excavator uppercarriage for easy swing ring maintenance or replacement. Equipped with four synchronous columns for optimum precision and control, the jacking system is a safer and more efficient alternative to the complex crane lift. The ergonomic and compact wireless remote control provides unimpeded movement. Via integrated LCD display, the user can instantly view the health of

the jacking system. It is compatible with Liebherr mining backhoes and face shovels from the R 9250 up to the R 9800. To complete this solution, Liebherr has developed the service powerpack. Fixed to the undercarriage and connected to a generator set, this additional module provides hydraulic power to separate the undercarriage from the uppercarriage. It offers full control of the undercarriage including track chain tensioning and release of the travel brakes. The remote control enables proportional steering for easy and precise undercarriage displacement. Another specific service tool is the pin puller, which provides safety and simplicity when extracting and inserting pressed pins into and from the excavator’s attachment, according to the manufacturer. This tool is available in three sizes across the entire range of Liebherr mining excavators. With the track condition monitoring system, Liebherr provides all specialized electronic and mechanical measurement tools to monitor the wear of the track chain and its components. This system is delivered with dedicated software to track wear of components and facilitate forecasting of spare parts. For more information, visit www.Liebherr.com.

Wright Express Corporation in collaboration with IHS released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated a decrease of 0.8 percent in September 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 decline in the year-over-year results, combined with the first monthly uptick seen in recent reports, serves as another reminder that the U.S. construction industry has yet to forge a clear path to recovery,” said Rick Pomerleau, vice president, corporate development at Wright Express. 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 more than 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 September 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies increased 0.7 percent versus the previous month and decreased by 0.8 percent versus September 2011. Last month’s Wright Express Construction FCI corresponded with decreased construction spending levels evident in most of the government’s subsequent construction data releases, which reinforced the short-term picture of a weak construction market. Construction spending excluding improvements — a good measure of activity — declined by 0.4 percent in August, while private residential construction showed positive growth of 3.0 percent. August housing permit statistics mirrored the declining fuel consumption index by falling 1.0 percent in August to an annual

rate of 803,000. Housing starts did climb to their second highest level since October 2008 with an increase of 2.3 percent in August. Total construction put-in-place decreased by 0.6 percent in August. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, the mild rise in the Wright Express Fuel Consumption Index in September coincides with recent housing statistics, which suggests modest improvement. Existing home

The decline in the year-over-year results ... serves as another reminder that the U.S. construction industry has yet to forge a path to recovery.” Rick Pomerleau Wright Express

sales jumped 7.8 percent in August, which is the best figure since May 2010. Although there were some larger increases in 2009 and 2010, those were boosted by tax credits, while increased home sales in August were driven by economic fundamentals including an improving economy, low interest rates, and a drop in home sales cancellation rate. Normal economic conditions are still at least a couple of years away even though the housing market is expected to see some improvement this year. The rise of home prices in recent months is due to a rising demand by investors, low interest rates, and a drop in the proportion of distressed sales. Any gain in prices is good news because the price gains reduce the number of homeowners with “underwater” mortgages. The housing market will continue to improve, as long as the economy is creating jobs. The current economic outlook, however, is for a modest recovery that lasts three to four years, not the sharp upswing that characterizes most housing recoveries. The Wright Express Construction FCI for September 2012 is available at www.wrightexpress.com/fci.


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CAT RENTAL FLEET LATE MODEL CAT RENTAL MACHINES (THE FINEST!)

AUCTION

COLUMBUS, OHIO (DELAWARE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) NOTE: This sale will consist of late model rental machines that are in great shape and tip-top condition from several Cat rental fleets.

HILITES INCLUDE: 2 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140MVHP, Cat 140H (Trimble system), 2007 Leeboy 685B, 30 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2011 Cat 336EL, 2009 Cat 336DL, 2008 Cat 330DL, (2) Cat 330CL, 2011-2008 Cat 320DLRR, 2010-(2) 2007 Cat 320DL, Cat 320LC, 2011 Cat 319DL, 2008 Cat 315DL, 2006 Cat 315CL, Cat 315L, 2007 Cat 312CL, 2010 Cat 304CCR (584 hrs.), (3) 2008 Cat 303CCR, 2007 Case CX330LC, Hitachi ZX450LC, Hitachi EX450CL-5, Hitachi EX400LC-3, (3) Hitachi EX330LC-5, Hitchi EX300LC-3C, 2005 JD 80C, Mitsubishi 120, 2005 JD 80C, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: 2005 Gradall XL4100, 6 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2011 Cat 980H, (2) 2007 Cat 950H, 2009 Cat 938H HL, 2007 Cat 924H, 2011 Cat 906H (382hrs.), 13 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Cat D8T, Cat D8R, 2011 Cat D6TXL, Unused 2012 Cat D6NXL, 2011 Cat D6NXL, 2008 Cat D6NLGP (cab), (2) 2008 Cat D5KXL, 2004 Cat D5GXL (cab), (2) Cat D4C, (2) 2008 Cat D3KXL, 8 CRAWLER LOADERS: 2012 Cat 953D, Cat 973LGP, (3) Cat 963B, (2) Cat 953B, Cat 943, 10 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2009 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (2) 2008 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (2) 2011-2008 Cat 416E (4x4) (658-669-1067hrs.), 2007-2005 Case 580M-II (4x4), 2007 Case 580M (4x4), 2005 Case 580M (4x4), Case 580L, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE: Grove RT58, FEED LOADERS: Athey Windrow w/ 30in. Conveyor, COMPACTORS: Cat 815F (cab), 8 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2008 Cat CS56, 2008 Cat CP56, 2010 Cat CS54, 2005 Cat CS323C, 2008 Bomag BW145D-3, (2) IR SD100PD, 5 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEER: (2) 2011 Cat 289C, (3) 2011 JD 323D (cab), 13 SKID STEERS: 2009 Cat 272, (2) 2011 Cat 236B-3 (576 & 339 hrs.), 2007 Cat 226B-2 (238hrs.), 2008 Cat 216B-2 (459 hrs.), 2007 NH L185, 2005 JD 317,2005 Bobcat S220, 2004 Case 90XT, Case 1845C, 6 CARRY DECK CRANES: (3) Broderson IC2002C, Broderson IC803E, Broderson IC802E, Broderson IC352E, 6 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2009-2008 Cat TL1055, 2008 Cat TL943, 2008 Cat TL943, (2) 2003 Gradall 544D, 9 FORKLIFTS: 2004 Cat GC30K, (2) 2004 Cat P6000, Hyster S155XL, Hyster H155XL, Hyster S60XM, Taylor TC400L, Crown 40WBTT, Lowry L300XD, 14 BOOM LIFTS: 2009 Genie S125 (4x4), (3) JLG 601S, 2003 JLG 600S, JLG M600JP, (2) 2008 Genie Z80/60 (4x4, 1018-787hrs.), (4) 2009 Genie Z60/34 (4x4, 542-473-357-269hrs.), (2) 2008 Genie Z45/25 (4x4, 824-722hrs.), 35 SCISSOR LIFTS: JLG 500RTS, JLG 40RTS, (3) JLG 33RTS, 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2008 Genie GS2646 (125hrs.), (2) 2008 Genie GS2032 (128-142hrs.), (6) 2008 Genie GS1530 (112-103-99-82-80-63hrs.), Skyjack SJ8841,Skyjack SJ7135, Skyjack SJ7127, (9) 2003 Skyjack SJIII3226, (8) 2003 Skyjack SJIII3219, 18 LIGHT PLANTS: (8) 2011 Allmand Night Lite Pro (327-381389-405-517-865-1475-1548-1755-1854hrs. ) - (7) 2010 (422-955-1081-1142-3175-8448hrs.), 2008-(2) 2004 Allmand Night Lite Pro, 2 AG TRACTORS: JD 9400, JD 3140 (4X4), 3 BROOM TRACTORS: (3) Massey Ferguson 283, WATER TRUCK: 2005 Ford F750 w/ Ledwell 2000gal. tank, 3 BOOM TRUCKS: 1999 Sterling w/ Manitex 1461, 1995 Ford LT9000 w/ 10 ton National(s/a), 1989 Ford F800 (s/a), ROLLBACK TRUCK: 2006 Freightliner Columbia (t/a), 2 VACUUM TRUCKS: 2001 Freightliner (tri.), 1996 Peterbilt (t/a), 10 DUMP TRUCKS: (5) 2009 Peterbilt 367 (quad.), 1996 Int’l. 4900 (s/a), 1995 Int’l. (s/a), IH 9400 (s/a), (2) 1989 F700 (s/a), 8 TRUCK TRACTORS: (4) 2006-(2) 2005 Sterling 9500 (t/a), 2005 Int’l. 8600 (t/a), 1999 Int’l. 9300, AMC (t/a), FLATBED TRUCK: 1991 Ford F600 16ft., UTILITY TRUCK: 2001 Chevy Silverado, 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), 2002 GMC C7500, 2 VAN TRUCKS: 2005 Mack Vision (t/a), 1990 GMC (s/a), PICKUPS: 2006 Ford F150 (4x4), 2 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2003 Talbert 55 Ton Dropside (tri.), 1999 Rogers 50 ton (tri.), 2 DROP DECK TRAILERS: 1999 Transcraft DL20 48ft., 1982 Great Dane 45ft. (tri.), TAGALONG TRAILER: 1997 Towmaster T1ZP 6 ton Bobcat trailer, FLATBED TRAILERS: Schorr w/ Crane, EXTENDABLE FLATBED TRAILER, 3 VAN TRAILERS: (3) Fruehauf 53ft. (t/a), DEMO TRAILER: 1979 Steco 32ft. (t/a), 10 UTILITY VEHICLES: (6) 2005 Kawasaki KAF400B1, 2005 Gator 6x4 TH Gator, 2005-2004 JD Gator 4x2, 2004 Taylor Dunn R380, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New Fabtech 5500, New Fabtech 4800, Excavator Thumbs: Unused Gentec MT2650 Heavy Duty Universal Thumb, Unused Gentec HT1035 Hydr. Universal Thumb, Skid Steers: New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, New Fabtech 60in. Brush Cutters, New Fabtech Backhoe Attachments, New Fabtech 60in. - 72in. Grapple Buckets, New Fabtech 66in. Root Grapples, New Fabtech 60in. Hay Spears, New Fabtech Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 428in. Forks & Frame, New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Diamond Blades, New Mustang Pumps, New Water Pumps, New Mustang Rebar Cutters, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Platform Scales, New Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Demo Saws.

Address: 935 U.S. 23 North Delaware, OH 43015. DIRECTIONS: From the North/South: take I-71 to Rte. 36 & US 37 Exit, proceed West on Rtes. 36 & 37 for 9 miles to Delaware. Turn right on Rte. 23 North for 1.2 miles to the sale site. Entrance on left at the Travelodge. From the East/West: Take I-70 to I-270 bypass, proceed North on I-270 to I-71 to Exit for Rtes. 36 & US 37 and proceed as noted above. NOTE: Auction Entrance is off of Rt. 23.

OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989 SITE PHONE: (863) 660-4811, (863) 325-5949

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

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Class of 2010 Has Significant Knowledge ARTBA’s Issues ELECTION from page 32

State and Local Of the 11 gubernatorial races on the ballot this year, two switched party control — each party gained and lost one — resulting in a wash. As a result, Republicans continue to hold 29 governorships to the Democrats’ 20. Gov. Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island is an independent and former Republican. Voters also participated in ballot initiatives in 15 states regarding transportation and showed once again the importance of transportation by approving 68 percent of the measures to increase or extend funding for highways, bridges and transit. This is in line with years past — in 2010 voters approved 61 percent of similar measures; they approved 78 percent in 2008; 77 percent in 2006; and 76 percent in 2004. The total value approved this year was over $2.4 billion. ARTBA tracked 31 measures overall — five were statewide initiatives and 26 were local. All of the seven bond initiatives were approved by voters. Eighteen measures called for increasing, extending or renewing a sales tax for transportation purposes, two were property tax extensions and one was for a local gas tax. Going Forward Given the relatively status quo results of the 2012 election, Congress now has an opportunity to build upon the passage of MAP-21. The freshman class of the 2010 elections now has a transportation bill under its belt and is significantly more familiar with the issues affecting ARTBA members. They should stand ready to begin work on the next reauthorization well ahead of MAP21’s Sept. 30, 2014, expiration as well as developing solutions to the long-term fiscal health of the country, which should include transportation revenue and investment decisions. The divided party control of the House, Senate and White House continues to demand bipartisan support for enactment of legislation. The passage of MAP-21 was one of the few bipartisan achievements for Congress in 2012. ARTBA will adhere to its long-standing practice of working with members of both parties to advance pro- transportation policies. Relevant House and Senate Committees While there will be many new faces in the 113th Congress, the balance of power in both chambers will remain the same. In the House, John Boehner (R-Ohio) is expected to retain the Speaker’s gavel. Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will likely remain in their leadership positions. On the Democratic side, all eyes are on former House Speaker and current Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), as some speculate she is contemplating stepping down from her leadership post. If Pelosi decides to stay,

no major changes are expected in the House Democratic leadership ranks. If Pelosi does step aside, it could trigger a domino effect allowing current Democratic leaders to move up a position. Under such a scenario, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) would become minority leader and House Democratic Caucus Assistant Leader James Clyburn (D-S.C.) would ascend to minority whip. In the Senate, no leadership changes are expected on the Democratic side of the aisle, with Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin (DIll.) and Policy Committee Chair Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) all remaining in current roles. On the Republican side, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is expected to remain the top Republican in the Senate. However, GOP leadership positions below McConnell are up in the air, with Republican Whip John Kyl (R-Ariz.) retiring and Republican Conference Chair Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) having stepped down from his post earlier this year. ARTBA will provide an update on House and Senate leadership decisions as they are made by each party in the coming months.

member vs. member battle against T&I committee member Leonard Boswell (DIowa). He is expected to maintain that position, unless he opts to chair another subcommittee. Top Democrat on the committee, Representative Norm Dicks (D-Wash.), is retiring at the end of 2012, leaving a vacancy on the Democratic side of the aisle. Representative Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) is next in line by seniority, though she is expected to be challenged for the top Democratic spot on the full committee. On the THUD Subcommittee, current Democrat ranking member John Olver (D-Mass.) is retiring, leaving the top spot for his party open. Congressman Ed Pastor (D-Ariz.) is the next ranking Democrat on the subcommittee and the highest returning Democrat on the full committee that doesn’t already have a subcommittee chairmanship.

Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee Current T&I Committee Chairman John Mica (R-Fla.) has won re-election to his seat. However, due to House Republican Conference rules, is term-limited as the top Republican on the committee. Mica can apply to the Republican Conference for a waiver of the rules to stay on as chairman, a mostly unsuccessful tactic attempted by other chairmen in the past. As such, there will potentially be a new chairman of the T&I Committee. While there are a handful of members more senior on the committee, much of the early discussion has focused around Representative Bill Shuster (R-Pa.). Shuster, who currently chairs the Railroad and Pipeline Subcommittee, announced Nov. 7 he will officially seek the top spot on the committee. Congressman Shuster’s father, Bud Shuster (R-Pa.), served as chairman of the T&I Committee from 1995 through 2000. On the Democrat side, Representative Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) won a hotly contested bid for re-election and is expected to remain the top Democrat on the T&I Committee. Including retirements and those who ran for other office, 12 of the 58 current members of the committee will not be a part of the next House of Representatives.

House Budget Committee Republican Vice Presidential Candidate and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will likely continue to hold his position on the panel. While Ryan is subject to the same term limit rule on Budget Committee as Mica on T&I, Ryan’s stature among Republicans following the 2012 elections and on fiscal issues could enable him to retain this post if he desires. Current Ranking Member Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) will likely continue as the top Democrat on the committee.

House Appropriations Committee The House Appropriations Committee is not expected to see much change on the Republican side. Current Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) is expected to maintain the gavel at the top of the committee. On the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) Subcommittee, Chairman Tom Latham (R- Iowa) won a

House Ways and Means Committee No changes are expected at the top of the Ways and Means Committee, leaving current Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and Ranking Member Sandy Levin (D-Mich.) as the leaders of the tax-writing committee.

Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee Chairman Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) is expected to retain the gavel on the Environment and Public Works Committee for the Democrats. On the Republican side, Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) is term-limited as the top Republican on the committee. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) is the next most senior Republican on the panel. Vitter is currently ranking member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee and played a key role during the passage of the MAP-21 reauthorization bill. Senate Appropriations Committee Sen. Dan Inouye (D-Hawaii) is expected to continue to chair the Senate Appropriations Committee. Ranking Republican Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) is term limited at the top of the committee for the Republicans and will likely have to give up his position. It is unclear who might be next in line, as technically the next most senior Republican member of the committee is Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who would likely not be granted

both his party’s top leadership spot and a committee chairmanship at the same time. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), who will be term-limited as Banking Committee Ranking Member is the next most senior Republican. On the THUD Subcommittee, it would appear Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) will retain the gavel for the Democrats, unless she chooses to chair another subcommittee. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) also is likely to retain her Republican leadership role on the subcommittee. Senate Finance Committee Little change is expected on the Senate Finance Committee, which oversees all tax issues for the chamber. Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) will maintain his position as the lead Democrat on the committee and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) will likely remain the most senior Republican on the committee. Senate Banking Committee The Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, which oversees federal transit programs, will likely continue to be led on the Democratic side by Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.). Given Sen. Shelby’s term limit as top Republican on the committee, the door is open for Senator Mike Crapo (RIdaho) to take the helm for his party. Senate Commerce Committee Sen. John Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) is widely expected to continue as chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, which oversees all aviation, freight rail and transportation safety issues. On the Republican side, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) is expected to take the lead role for his party as a result of current Ranking Member Kay Bailey Hutchinson’s (R-Texas) retirement. Senate Budget Committee Current Senate Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Kent Conrad (D-S.D.) is retiring at the end of this term, thereby opening the door for Senator Murray to take the gavel for the Democrats. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) is expected to continue to lead the committee for the Republicans. Elections End, Hard Work Begins Federal investment constitutes almost half of all U.S. highway and bridge capital improvements. As such, the individuals elected November 6 will be making decisions that directly impact the transportation construction industry and its marketplace for years to come. The reauthorization of MAP21 is less than two years away. At the end of 2014, the Highway Trust Fund will again be facing an insolvency crisis and members of Congress will be forced to find ways to supplement current trust fund revenues to prevent devastating cuts in highway and transit investment.


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ONLINE AUCTION STARTING: DECEMBER 12TH • ENDING: DECEMBER 19TH SURPLUS TO CONTINUING OPERATIONS OF RICHMOND RECYCLING 30225 26 MILE RD • NEW HUDSON, MI 48048 INSPECTION: DECEMBER 12TH, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM 1965 GARDNER DENVER 125 ROTA-SCREW SINGLE AXLE TOW BEHIND AIR COMPRESSOR; INGERSOLL RAND 375 SINGLE AXLE TOW BEHIND AIR COMPRESSOR, DEUTZ DIESEL GILSON TOW BEHIND MIXER; STONE MODEL 950M TOW BEHIND MIXER; 2002 GENIE MODEL TML-4000N TOW BEHIND LIGHT; WHITEMAN EASY CLEAN MODEL WM80-H TOW BEHIND MIXER; HOBART G-250 TOW BEHIND WELDER/GENERATOR; INGERSOLL RAND TOW BEHIND AIR COMPRESSOR

EXCAVATORS 1995 CATERPILLAR MODEL 330L EXCAVATOR, 33” TRACKS; 1987 CATERPILLAR MODEL 206 WHEEL TYPE EXCAVATOR, W/ BACK BLADE; CATERPILLAR MODEL 225LC EXCAVATOR, 30” TRACKS; KOMATSU MODEL PC200LC EXCAVATOR W/ GRAPPLE, 24” TRACKS; KOMATSU MODEL PW60-3 WHEEL TYPE EXCAVATOR, W/ GRAPPLE CRANE 1998 LIFT SYSTEMS MODEL 75MBL 75 TON CAPACITY CARRY DECK CRANE

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WHEEL LOADERS CASE MODEL W14H ARTICULATED WHEEL LOADER, W/ FORKS; 1978 MICHIGAN CLARK MODEL 275B ARTICULATED WHEEL LOADER; MICHIGAN CLARK MODEL 125B ARTICULATED WHEEL LOADER

SEMI TRUCKS 1994 FREIGHTLINER TANDEM AXLE SEMI TRUCK, SLEEPER CAB, EATON FULLER 10 SPEED TRANSMISSION; 1992 FORD L8000 SINGLE AXLE SEMI TRUCK, EATON FULLER 8 SPEED TRANSMISSION

BACKHOE CATERPILLAR 416C TURBO 4X4 LOADER/BACKHOE

FIRE TRUCKS 1987 SPARTAN MOTORS MODEL MC20-2042 FIRE TRUCK, W/ SUTPHEN HALE MODEL QSF125 FIRE PUMP (NOTE: WAS IN ABC’S DETROIT 187 TELEVISION SHOW); 1971 PIERCE SQUIRT FIRE TRUCK, MANUAL TRANSMISSION, SNORKEL FIRE EQUIPMENT MODEL A-5445 SQUIRT PUMPING BOOM

SKID STEER LOADERS 2002 JCB 190 TRACK TYPE SKID STEER LOADER; 2) BOBCAT MODEL 863 SKID STEER LOADERS ATTACHMENTS 1998 ROCK BLASTER MODEL O1C SUPER 3 HAMMER ATTACHMENT; MELROE GRAPPLE BUCKET; SWEEPSTER HB60 SWEEPER ATTACHMENT; BOBCAT BACKHOE ATTACHMENT W/ CONTROLS; CAT & KOMATSU EXCAVATOR ARMS; ASSORTED SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS; ASSORTED BUCKETS, GRAPPLES, RIPPER ATTACHMENTS; ASSORTED RIGGING ATTACHMENTS, JIBS, COUNTER WEIGHTS, WRECKING BALLS FORK LIFTS BRISTOL STEEL REMANUFACTURED RIGGER SPECIAL FORK LIFT TRUCK, 80,000# CAPACITY AT 24”; SPYDER MODEL B4000, 3,500# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK, SCISSOR MAST; CLARK DUAL MAST FORK LIFT TRUCK, GAS; CLARK MODEL GPX40, 7,125# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK; YALE 6,000# CAPACITY DUAL MAST FORK LIFT TRUCK, PROPANE; DATSUN 5,000# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK, DUAL MAST, PROPANE; TAYLOR 12,000# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK, DUAL MAST, DUAL FRONT TIRES; TOWMOTOR DUAL SHORT MAST FORK LIFT TRUCK, PROPANE; HYSTER MODEL S150A, 13,700# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK, TRIPLE MAST, PROPANE; CATERPILLAR MODEL CP25, 4,400# CAPACTIY FORK LIFT TRUCK, TRIPLE MAST, SIDE SHIFT, PROPANE; DATSUN MODEL PF02-A25V, 5,000# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK;

CLASSIC CARS 1927 FORD MODEL T SEDAN; 1970 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA 2 DOOR, 440 MOTOR, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, MOTOR & TRANSMISSION REBUILT, NOT ORIGINAL MOTOR; 1970 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE, 2 DOOR, VINYL TOP, 472 CU.IN MOTOR; 1962 FORD FALCON FUTURA 2 DOOR, INLINE 6 CYLINDER MOTOR TAYLOR MODEL Y-15-WS 15,000# CAPACITY FORK LIFT TRUCK, DUAL MAST, DIESEL, DUAL FRONT TIRES SCISSOR LIFT JLG MODEL 26-MRT, 26’ SCISSOR LIFT BOOM LIFTS SKYTRAK 8042 TELESCOPING BOOM LIFT; GENIE Z-45/22 TELESCOPING BOOM MAN LIFT TOW BEHIND EQUIPMENT COLEMAN ENGINEERING SUPER QUIET-PAC 60KW TANDEM AXLE TOW BEHIND GENERATOR;

Vulcan Materials Company’s Josh Quinn Stresses Importance of Due Diligence POLLUTION from page 1

amounts of stone rock, gravel, roots and other vegetation in USFO’s. It is important to remember if you have a CCDD permit you must submit quarterly fee forms whether or not fill was accepted; this goes the same for quarterly reports at CCDD and USFO operations. A new LPC-667 form has been developed for painted concrete accepted as fill under certain conditions. All other forms have been updated as well and can be obtained from the IEPA Web site, which also includes an overview of recent changes to rules and requirements, CCDD fill operation fees, the new MAC table, facility information, and answers to many frequently asked questions. Greg Wilcox of Winston Engineering presented the consultant’s perspective during these informational meetings. Wilcox stressed that if a violation of IEPA rules occurs on a fill site you operate then all parties involved could be required to pay cleanup costs. For that reason it is critical to comply with all requirements — including appropriate testing and certification by a professional engineer or geologist — as well as undertake thorough “due diligence” to ensure that sites do not accept contaminated soils. Josh Quinn of Vulcan Materials Company offered the fill site operator’s point of view during these meetings. Due diligence is so important that it can’t be overlooked or done carelessly, said Quinn. He offered a due diligence checklist

STAKE TRUCK 1989 INTERNATIONAL S1900 SINGLE AXLE 24’ STAKE TRUCK

and strategies for evaluating information gathered from public and private database reviews as well as on-site visits. Quinn also gave a detailed description of load inspection procedures and stated that the final decision to accept the load lies with the fill site operator who can reject it — as well as the entire project. For more information, visit http://www.iaapaggregates.org/CCDDUpdate.htm

BOATS BAYLINER CAPRI OPEN BOW BOAT, W/ FORCE 85 HP OUTBOARD MOTOR & ESCORT SINGLE AXLE TRAILER; VIKING DECK BOAT, W/ MERCRUISER 165 INBOARD/OUTBOARD MOTOR & SHORELANDER SINGLE AXLE TRAILER; BAYLINER 18’ CUDDY BOAT, NO MOTOR, HUMMINGBIRD 125 DEPTH FINDER, ESCORT SINGLE AXLE TRAILER TRAILER 1998 ASSEMBLED 45’ FLATBED TRAILER, SPREAD AXLE; ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS SALE: SAWS, MILLING MACHINES, LATHES, IRON WORKER, GRINDER, SHEARS, WELDERS, AIR EQUIPMENT AND MORE

2 CONSTRUCTION ONLINE AUCTIONS Tues., Dec. 11th & Wed., Dec. 12th AUCTION 1: Tuesday, December 11th – Repocast.com Items Located At: 601 Gordon Industrial Ct., Byron Center, MI & 2851 James P Cole Blvd., Flint, MI NO MINIMUMS!! 1 DAY ONLY- BEGINNING AT 8AM

AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS: 1997 Case 850G Dozer, 1978 Rex 12 Ton Smooth Drum Roller, International Hough Payloader, 1995 Fruehauf Aluminum Dump Trailer Train, 1998 GMC C7500 5-Yard Dump, 1992 Case 821 Loader, 1996 Volvo 15 Yard Tri-Axle Dump Truck, 1996 International Paystar 5000, 1994 Interstate 20-Ton Tilt Bed Trailer, 1993 Kobelco SK220 Excavator, International TD7 Series-E Dozer, 2002 Interstate 20-Ton 3-Axle Tag Trailer, 1990 Econoline Tri-axle Trailer, 2007 Ditch Witch MX202 Mini Excavator, (2) 1992 Dorsey Trailers, CAT 320BL Hydraulic Excavator, 25 Ton Interstate Trailer, Approx. 350 sections of Biljax scaffolding & more!

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AUCTION 2: Former Bankruptcy Case # 12-21408-dob Wednesday, December 12th - Orbitbid.com Items Located At: 1290 N. Ortonville Rd., Ortonville, MI 1 DAY ONLY- BEGINNING AT 8AM OVER 1 MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF EQUIPMENT SELLING!!!

AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS:

Representatives from the IEPA outlined important changes to CCDD and USFO rules which took effect on Aug. 27.

Caterpillar IT62G Rubber Tire Wheel Loader, Caterpillar 960F Rubber Tire Wheel Loader, Daewoo Mega 250 III Rubber Tire Wheel Loader, Daewoo Solar 220LC-V Hydraulic Excavator, Case 1150D Crawler Dozer, Benford SP 2008D Self Propelled Articulating Roller, Vermeer TG7000 Tub Grinder, Morbark Model 6101A Drum Chipper, Champion 720A Road Grader, 2003 Mack CX613 Tandem Axle Semi Truck, 1997 Peterbilt 379 Tandem Axle Semi Truck, 1994 Peterbilt 379 Tandem Axle Semi Truck, 2005 Sterling Tandem Axle Semi Truck, 1999 Kenworth Tandem Axle Semi Truck, 1998 Kenworth T800B Tri-axle Dump Truck, 1997 Ford Louisville Tandem Axle Dump Truck, 1987 Autocar Volvo Tri-axle dump Truck, 1974 Mack Single Axle Dump Truck, 1998 Chevy C6500 Single Axle Box Truck, 1998 International 4700 Single Axle Box Truck, 1985 Ford 9000 Tandem Axle Boom Truck, New 2012 Dodge Ram 5500 SLT Regular Cab Flat Bed Truck, 2006 Ford F650 Regular Cab Flat Bed Truck, 1985 GMC Brigadier Tandem Axle Service Truck, Mack DM-600 Tri-axle Water Truck, 1998 Eager Beaver 50 Ton Low Boy Trailer, 1994 Fruehauf 4-axle Open Top Chip Van Trailer, 1994 Benson Gravel Train & more!

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Post-Storm Construction Hiring May Boost Industry By Alex Veiga and Matthew Perrone AP BUSINESS WRITERS

Hiring in the long-depressed U.S. construction industry will get a boost from the rebuilding that will follow Superstorm Sandy. Those jobs, in turn, could raise economic growth, analysts say. The modest lift to the economy is expected to come in the first months of 2013. Construction firms, contractors and local governments will hire to rebuild or renovate homes, buildings, roads and bridges that were damaged or destroyed. “This is going to be a net positive, particularly in the midAtlantic,” said Sophia Koropeckyj, managing director of Moody’s Economy.com. Sandy inflicted up to $50 billion in estimated losses from property damage, lost business and additional living costs. The damage was concentrated near the coastlines of New Jersey and New York. Construction jobs are especially vital to the economy. Pay is higher than average: At $25.86, average hourly pay tops the average of $23.58 for all U.S. private-sector jobs — and is far above the averages for areas like retail ($16.43) and leisure and hospitality, which includes restaurants and hotel jobs ($13.35). In addition, job growth in construction typically spurs hiring for other jobs, like architects, real estate agents and sellers of appliances, building materials and office equipment. The stocks of home-improvement retailers like Home Depot (up more than 3 percent) and Lowe’s (up nearly 6 percent) surged even as overall stock prices were flat. Boats and cars destroyed by Sandy also will have to be replaced, likely leading to some increased manufacturing. Economists caution that the construction hiring may be only modest and will likely boost the economy only slightly. And the storm damage could slow growth a bit in the current October-December quarter. Factories, oil refineries, restaurants and stores that were closed or disrupted will cut hours or jobs. Some consumers will earn and spend less as a result. And some construction projects that had been set to start will have to be canceled or put off. In the current quarter, the storm will slow the economy’s annual growth rate by a slight two-tenths of 1 percentage point, predicted Mark Vitner, senior economist at Wells Fargo. But Vitner thinks reconstruction will speed the economy by the same amount in both the first and second quarters of 2013. Last quarter, the economy grew at an estimated 2 percent annual rate. Any help for construction could help invigorate the economy. Since the Great Recession ended nearly 3 and a half years ago, economic growth has been slowed by lost construction jobs and diminished residential and commercial building. Most of the rebuilding won’t start right away, analysts noted. Insurance claims must first be settled. Government money will need to be allocated in some areas. And if the northeast winter is severe, much work will have to be put off until spring. Once construction firms step up hiring in the first few months of next year, Koropeckyj foresees a beneficial ripple effect. “Not only will it help construction directly, but also the

building supply stores, wholesale trade,” she said. “It’s going to be helping the automotive industry by boosting demand for utility trucks and pickup trucks.” The need for rebuilding is widespread in the areas hit by the storm. Along New Jersey’s 127-mi. (204 km) coastline, for example, Sandy wrecked thousands of homes, from multimillion-dollar houses to modest bungalows, along with boardwalks, roads and bridges. “I have construction companies calling me — companies from North Carolina that have moved up here and want to partner up with us,” said James Jefferson, co-owner of Property Services Integrated, a contractor in Jersey City. “We’ll hire another manager, if not two managers, and another person in the office. We’ll probably pick up a handful or six new carpenters.” Some contractors and construction firms could face a shortage of the skilled workers they need for rebuilding. Many lost jobs and left the industry after the housing meltdown all but froze demand for construction. Nearly 30 percent of the industry’s jobs vanished. Their loss has been a chronic drag on the economy. Typically, once recessions end, construction booms and fuels a new economic expansion. That didn’t happen after the recession officially ended in June 2009, which helps explain why growth and hiring have remained subpar since. Construction has begun to recover. In October, U.S. home construction reached its fastest rate in more than four years — a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 872,000.

That’s more than 82 percent above the recession low. Yet it’s still well short of the 1.5 million annual rate considered healthy and the 2 million-plus homes that were begun at the peak of the housing boom in 2007. Just in New Jersey, construction employment since the boom has shrunk by a third, or 60,000 — 12,000 of them this year. “It’s going to be harder for construction firms to find these by-definition experienced workers,” said Ken Simonson, chief economist of the Associated General Contractors of America. “Given that it’s been six years of no net gain in [construction] employment, I think a lot of them would be hesitant to say ‘I’ll drop the job I’ve now found or give up on the training that I’m getting and go back to construction.”’ Some construction companies have struggled to find carpenters or wallboard installers, in addition to pipe-fitters and welders who have migrated to the oil and natural gas industries, Simonson said. Still, most economists expect the sudden demand for construction jobs to draw more workers into the industry, at least temporarily. “We will see not only construction workers in the northeastern part of the country, but workers from around the country will be flocking to the area,” said Sung Won Sohn, an economics professor at the Martin Smith School of Business at California State University. “I think it will be a significant boost to the construction industry.”

Planning Pays Off for Ritchie in China RITCHIE from page 1

Tianzhu Free Trade Zone (Shunyi, Beijing) in preparation for this first unreserved public auction in China. Strategically located within minutes of Beijing Capital International Airport, the Tianzhu Free Trade Zone is connected to one of China’s largest roll-on, roll-off ports in Tianjin. “We have used Ritchie Bros. auction services literally all over the world,” said Sam Farley, used equipment manager, AMECO U.S.A., who has been buying and selling heavy equipment at Ritchie Bros. auctions for many years, and during 2011 has bought and sold at Ritchie Bros. unreserved auctions in the Middle East and North America. “Their method of advertising, their customer base, the flyers that they send out, their e-mail advertising, their internet support services — are without equal in the industry.” Showcasing China to the World: the Unreserved Public Auction Ritchie Bros. has been conducting unreserved public auctions since the company was founded in 1958. At an

unreserved auction each item sells on auction day to the highest bidder — regardless of price — with no minimum bids or reserve prices. Sellers are not allowed to bid on their own equipment to drive up the price. Interested buyers can bid on equipment on auction day at the auction site, or live and online or they can also place a proxy bid. “We strongly believe in the unreserved auction process as it is the most fair and transparent way for equipment buyers and sellers to conduct business,” said Peter Blake, CEO, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “As a buyer, you can be confident that the item you want to buy will sell on auction day to the highest bidder — regardless of price. This hallmark of our business has helped build confidence and trust among our customers. And as a seller, you can be certain that you will get global fair market value for your equipment on auction day, since we invite the world to the sale of your equipment.” In 2011, the company sold $3.7 billion of equipment at 339 unreserved industrial and agricultural auctions around the world.

Ritchie Bros. has been working with Chinese buyers and sellers for many years. The company’s current customer base includes Chinese original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and construction companies that have been selling their equipment at auctions overseas and learning about the international equipment market. Ritchie Bros. also has been working with Chinese government officials for a number of years to acquire the proper permits for holding auctions in China. “We established our presence in China in 2004,” added Chris Edwards, Ritchie Bros. general manager of China, Korea and Mongolia. “We have been learning China’s market, customer needs and behaviors, regulations and business processes. Our goal has always been to be a good, educated citizen in China.” There are currently 81 upcoming auctions on the Ritchie Bros. auction calendar, including unreserved auctions in Australia, Spain, France, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, the United States and Canada. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.


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AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm Springs. The early bird discount, a $200 savings, is available until January 16. Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete conference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of AED Condex 2013: January 16 – 17, 2013, The LVH (Las Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: Vegas Hotel & Casino), Las Vegas, Nevada. Show Location: www.agcmn.org. Paradise Event Center Reach the decision-makers of North America’s leading con- 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will struction equipment, dealerships at CONDEX 2013 in Las host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) Vegas, Nevada. And, now the dealer’s show is a limited space 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held event, so don’t delay! CONDEX 2013 is a powerful venue for JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major building and strengthening your business relationships with events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will both current and prospective dealer clients. Each year the have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional servindustry’s top executives gather at AED Summit & CONDEX ices. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More Trade Show. 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18TH ANNUAL DECEMBER CONTRACTORS AUCTION Sale Site Address: 4070 NC Hwy 211 East Lumberton, NC 28358

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27th, 2012 - 8:00 AM Lumberton, North Carolina Auctioneer Note: Major yearend public auction consisting of absolute packages of equipment and trucks from well known regional contractors that have decided to liquidate their surplus assets. Large seleciton of earth moving equipment, forestry equipment, asphalt and compaction equipment, support equipment, attachments, agricultural equipment, heavy duty trucks and trailers, fleet vehicles will be available for this auction. Make plans today to attend, for this is one auction you will not want to miss!

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(2) 2004 KOMATSU PC27MR-1A

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2006 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA

2007 DEERE 350D LC

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2008 ROADTEC RP-170

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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ..........................................................................................................24 AGGCORP ................................................................................................49 ALEX LYON & SON INC COLUMBUS OH ..............................................................................95 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ......................................................9 ALLSTATE PETERBILT..............................................................................84 ALLU GROUP ............................................................................................18 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT ..............................................................11 ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC........................................................23 ARING EQUIPMENT CO INC ....................................................................19 ASPEN EQUIPMENT ................................................................................59 ATLAS COPCO ..........................................................................................39 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ........................................................................44 BARGAINS ............................................................................................90,91 BODINE MFG ............................................................................................64 BOSS PRODUCTS ....................................................................................58 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ......................................................................101 CEG SCALE MODELS ..............................................................................28 CK POWER................................................................................................35 CLASSIFIEDS ............................................................................................91 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED ..........................................................................................93 ONE BUY NATIONAL COVERAGE..................................................52 AUCTION RESULTS ........................................................................98 FL AUCTION PROMO ......................................................................34 CUSTER PRODUCTS LTD........................................................................84 DON SMOCK AUCTION CO ENON..............................................................................................102 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ................................................54 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ................................................................77 DOPPSTADT..............................................................................................42 DYNAPAC ..................................................................................................78 E-TIP ..........................................................................................................30 ERB EQUIPMENT......................................................................................15 EXODUS MACHINES ................................................................................46 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC............................................................................7 FABICK CAT..........................................................................................13,43 FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................................8 FELLING TRAILERS ..................................................................................82 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO....................................................................11 FLANGE LOCK ..........................................................................................16 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ..................................................................24 FURY MOTORS ........................................................................................87 GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT ................................................................12 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ........................................................50 GROVE WORLDWIDE ..............................................................................76 HILL INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS ..............................................................87 HINIKER ....................................................................................................61 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................53,108 HULLS 151 IMPLEMENT INC....................................................................25 HULTDINS INC ..........................................................................................35 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ........................................................65 I-STATE TRUCK ........................................................................................88 ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ..............................................................3

INDEXATOR INC........................................................................................67 IRAY AUCTION ........................................................................................102 IROCK CRUSHERS ..................................................................................50 IRON PLANET ..........................................................................................99 JEFF BELZERS CHEVROLET ............................................................85,88 JJ SCHECKEL CORP ................................................................................16 JOB RENTALS AND SALES LLC ..............................................................35 JOHN DEERE ............................................................................................73 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................71 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ....................................................................74 KUBOTA ....................................................................................................79 LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS INC......................................................64 LIUGONG ..................................................................................................31 LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION LUMBERTON NC ..........................................................................104 M ADAMS EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................................17 MCALLISTER EQUIPMENT CO ................................................................51 MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC........................................................................6 METSO ......................................................................................................41 METSO MINERAL SCREENING ..............................................................48 MID COUNTRY MACHINERY....................................................................22 MIEDEMA AUCTIONEERING, INC. ORTONVILLE, MICHIGAN ..............................................................97 MUSTANG MFG ........................................................................................72 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ......................................................................64 NORAM ......................................................................................................69 OILDOME OYBKUSHUNG CO..................................................................33 PATTEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................2 POWERSCREEN MW DEALER ................................................................40 PURPLE WAVE INC ................................................................................103 R J MONTGOMERY & ASSOC INC ..........................................................97 RDO EQUIPMENT/SCHARBER EQUIPMENT..........................................60 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ........................................................50 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ............................................................107 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................................................6,21 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ..................................................................33 ROLAND MACHINERY INC ........................................................................5 RON BRETZ EXCAVATING INC ................................................................30 RUDD EQUIPMENT ..................................................................................27 SANY AMERICA INC ................................................................................18 SARGENTS EQUIPMENT ........................................................................51 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ....................................................................53 SENNEBOGEN ..........................................................................................45 SMITHCO ..................................................................................................88 STAR EQUIPMENT LTD ..............................................................................6 STONEBROOKE EQUIPMENT ................................................................58 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES ..........................................................................39 TEREX CRANES ......................................................................................68 TITAN RENTS ............................................................................................30 TOW MART INC ........................................................................................86 TOWMASTER INC....................................................................................89 VANDER HAAGS ......................................................................................87 WILSON EQUIPMENT CO (MW) ..............................................................29 ZIPS TRUCK EQUIPMENT........................................................................86

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