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MDOTRehabilitates Crucial Mich. Corridor By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

ICUEE Welcomes Large Turnout to Louisville…12

HCEA Preserves History at Annual Convention…14

Hall Industrial Thanks Customers in Ohio…58

Table of Contents ............4

A short 19-mi. (30.5 km) stretch of road just north of Detroit has been transformed into an improvement project with a rather complicated strategy. Extensive work on the I-96/I-696 corridor in Oakland and Macomb counties has been divided into four separate projects. Project 1 consists of rehabilitation of eight bridges and repair of 4 mi. (6.4 km) of pavement in Oakland County between Novi and Halsted roads, including the I-96/I-696/M-5 interchange in Novi and Farmington Hills. Project 2 picks up where the first project ends and involves pavement patching and rehabilitation of 42 bridges on I-696 in Oakland County between Halsted and Campbell-Hilton roads. Project 3 focuses on rehabilitating 22 bridges on I-696, 15 of which are located within the I696/Mound Road interchange. Project 4 includes rehabilitation of six bridges and extensive pavement repairs to I-696 between Hayes and Nieman roads in Macomb County. Also included are safety upgrades and lighting replacement on the median and ramps. Overlap For all practical purposes, the $67 million overall project has been divided into two contracts — east and west — with two prime contractors: Dan’s Excavating out of Grant, Mich., on the west contract and C.A. Hall on the east. But even that division is a little blurry. “There are overlapping facets,” says Bob Daavettila, construction director for Tetra Tech,

A total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilitation. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for all bridge work on both contracts and since there is a lot of bridge work in the west contract, Hall is doing considerable work on both.

particularly concerning the bridge work. A total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilitation. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for all bridge work on both contracts and since there’s a lot of bridge work in the west contract, Hall is doing considerable work on both. “Because they’re a major sub, it leads to a lot of coordination. Hall is at all the meetings for the Dan’s contract.” According to Daavettila, the two big contracts consist of a two-year project for $47 million to reconstruct pavement from Novi to Farmington Hills — the west project — and a

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$14 million contract to conduct bridge rehabilitation and concrete patching on I-696 — the east project. The west contract involves significant amounts of overlay, but there is none on the east contract. Instead, there is, as Daavettila says, “a lot of concrete patching.” Other Names for an Old-Time Trail Before being designated as a military highway in 1832, the corridor from Lake Michigan through Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids was see MICHIGAN page 44

Constructing a Healthy Look at Health Care Reform By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

Health care reform in the United States has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into October, the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with construction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. Any change in the system definitely will have impact on contractors and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-to-medium-sized. The truth of the matter is the

reform model in which government would provide most health care services would dramatically change the way every business operates, large or small. It is impractical to hope that health care reform will be tailored to the construction industry. Nevertheless, small businesses consistently favor certain reform initiatives over others. Were Washington to institute reform along the lines general contractors might lay down, the following features would be among the legislated changes: • New authority for associations to negotiate insurance packages see REFORM page 51


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DOZERS

Cat 232B, 2004, UN1671, EROPS, Aux Hyd ........................$21,000

Cat D3C XL, 1999, UN1956, EROPS, A/C, PAT Blade ..........$31,000

Cat 236B, 2005, W0142, EROPS, Heater, Hyd Coupler ........$20,000

Cat D4C, 1988, UE1006, OROPS, PAT Blade ........................$20,000

Cat 257, 2004, N3169, EROPS, Heater, Hyd Coupler............$19,000

Cat D6R LGP, 2006, UN1810, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade........$235,000

Cat 262B, 2005, UE1024, OROPS, Aux Hyd ........................$20,000 Cat 277B, 2004, N3403, EROPS, Heater ..............................$19,000

Cat D6R XL, 2006, UN1811, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade..........$229,000

ID# N3912 $40,000 TRACK LOADERS

Cat 287B, 2005, UN1814, EROPS, A/C, Aux Hyd ................$31,000 Cat 287B, 2006, UN1666, EROPS, A/C, Hyd Coupler ..........$32,000

Cat 953B, 1994, UN1413, OROPS, GP Bucket, New Paint....$46,000 Cat 953C, 1997, UE1014, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ..............$40,000

TELEHANDLERS

Cat 953C, 2005, N4193, EROPS, GP Bucket ......................$120,000 Cat TH63, 2000, UN2254, OROPS, Forks ............................$23,000 Cat TH220B, 2005, N3912, OROPS, Hyd Coupler................$40,000

Cat 963B LGP, 1996, UN1581, OROPS, GP Bucket..............$55,000

ID# UE1013 $120,000

Cat TH360B, 2005, N3785, EROPS, Hyd. Coupler ..............$47,000

Cat 963B LGP, 1997, UN1794, OROPS, Drawbar, GP Bucket$45,000 Cat 963B LGP, 1998, UN1943, OROPS, GP Bucket..............$40,000 Cat 963C, 2006, N4694, EROPS, A/C ................................$125,000

EXCAVATORS

Cat 963C, 2005, N4112, OROPS, Product Link ..................$145,000 Cat 305CR, 2005, W0279, EROPS, A/C, Long Stick ............$39,000 Cat 315L, 1994, UN2173, EROPS, Heat................................$30,000

WHEEL LOADERS/LOADER BACKHOES

Cat 330CL, 2002, UE1017, EROPS, A/C, Aux Hyd ..............$88,000 Deere 450C LC, 2005, A/C, Quick Coupler ........................$225,000

ID# UE1024 $20,000

Cat 420D, 2005, UN2031, EROPS, A/C ................................$50,000 Cat 420D IT, 2003, UN2290, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ..............$38,000

Hitachi EX700, 1994, UN1552, A/C ..................................$125,000

Cat 420D IT, 2004, UN2289, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ..............$44,000

COMPACTION

Cat 420D IT, 2005, N4236, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ................$59,000 Cat 430D IT, 2005, N4001, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ................$59,000

Cat CB-534DXW, 2003, N2824, DD, Water/Vibe SYS, OROPS ..........

Cat 420E IT, 2006, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................................$65,000

....................................................................................................$59,000 Cat CB534D, 2003, N2896, OROPS, Versa-Vibe, DD Water Spray ........

ID# UN1956 $31,000

Cat 980G, 2001, UN0980, A/C, Ride Control, GP BKT ......$199,000

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Cat 938G, 2005, UE1013, EROPS, A/C, Ride Control ........$120,000

ID# WO353 $23,000


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1995 CAT 140G, S/N 5MD03352, County Trade-in, New tires being put on, Fresh Paint, 13,467 hrs ..........................................$79,500

1996 CAT D8R, 7XM00704, Cab, A/C, SU Blade, 60% UC, Winch, 15,960 hrs ..............................................$169,500

2005 CAT 420D IT, BLN12969, Cab, Air, 4x4, E-Stick, 24" Bucket, 428 hrs .. ................................................$69,500

2005 CAT D6R XW, AEP00590, Cab, A/C, SU Blade, New UC, 9,442 hrs........ ..............................................$133,500

1997 CAT 140H, 2ZK02102, Cab, Air, 14' MB, 1400x24 Tires, 6,816 hrs ........ ..............................................$115,000

2005 CAT 815F, BKL00774, Cab, Air, Straight Blade/Tilt, 1,514 hrs ................ ..............................................$359,000

2001 CAT 950G, 4BS00728, Cab, A/C, Ride Control, GP Bucket/ Toe Clamp, 8,013 hrs ................................$99,500

2002 CAT 385BL, S/N BKX00145, Running Everyday, 84" Bucket w/tips, 11'2" stick, Good Condition, 11,300 hrs ......................$180,000

2007 GENIE Z30/20N, S/N Z30N07-10276, Low hours, Good Cond.......................$22,950 Also Avail. – '07 GENIE Z34/22N, Good Cond. .. ..........................................................$21,950

2007 CAT 308 CR, S/N KCX01992, 91" Blade, Single Fuction Aux. Hyd., Quick Coup., Choice of Bkt, Rental Fleet Unit, 192 hrs........$75,000

1998 CAT 771D, S/N 6JR00282, A/C, 18.00R35 Tires @ 80%, Starting Aid, 9,143 hrs ....................................................$279,500

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ICUEE CELEBRATES SECOND LARGEST SHOW IN ITS HISTORY

The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) attracted more than 16,500 registered attendees — making it the second largest in show history despite a down economy, especially in construction-related markets.

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NORTRAX PARTICIPATES IN UPPER MIDWEST LOGGING SHOWS

The company showcased the new John Deere E Series Forwarder, Harvester and the 1490D Energy Bundler as well as its line of Morbark Industrial chippers and grinders. Additionally, Nortrax hosted a customer appreciation dinner at its Escanaba store.

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HALL INDUSTRIAL HOSTS OPEN HOUSE TO THANK CUSTOMERS

The event has become an annual tradition over the past eight years and is designed to provide information about the latest in equipment innovations while thanking loyal customers with food and entertainment.

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ALEX LYON & SON UNLOADS CASE FLEET FOR MACDONALD MACHINERY IN INDIANA

As a well established Case dealer in the midwest, MacDonald Machinery Co. sold very late model rental fleet equipment to make room for next year’s new arrivals.

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Komatsu PC150LC-6, ‘98 ..............................$42,500

Cat D6NXL Dozer, ‘03 ............................$89,500 EXCAVATORS

SKID STEER LOADER

ARTICULATED TRUCK

Komatsu PC50MR-2, ‘06, 1161 hrs ......$40,000

Gehl 7810, ‘04, 1517 hrs ........................$21,500

Volvo A35C, ‘01 ....................................$117,500 Moxy MT30, ‘95, 9000 hrs ......................$37,500

Komatsu PC150LC-6, ‘98, 9246 hrs ......$39,500 Komatsu PC150LC-6, ‘99, 5600 hrs ......$45,000 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘05, 3800 hrs ......$84,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘05, 2718 hrs ......$89,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘04, 5418 hrs ......$72,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘06, 3724 hrs ......$90,000 Komatsu PC228UCLC-3, ‘01, 4587 hrs..$75,500 Komatsu PC300LC-6, ‘01, 11,700 hrs ....$67,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ‘03, 6222 hrs ......$99,500 Komatsu PC750, ‘04, 4600 hrs ................$P.O.R. Cat 311B, ‘96, 4080 hrs ............................$29,500 Cat 315CL, ‘01, 4080 hrs ........................$55,500 Cat 325BL, ‘97, 12,172 hrs ......................$42,500 Hitachi EX400LC-3, ‘96 ..........................$36,500 Hitachi ZX450, ‘05, 5060 hrs ................$139,500 Volvo EC160BLC, ‘04, 3200 hrs ..............$60,000

COMPACTION, MILLING & PAVING Blaw Knox PF500, ‘87 ............................$19,000

FORESTRY

LeeBoy 8500, ‘96 ....................................$22,500

Fabrek FT-133 Harvester, ‘00 ..............$90,000 Timbco 415D, ‘99 ..................................$145,000 Timbco 415D, ‘00, 7365 hrs ..................$165,000 Timbco 415B, ‘96 ....................................$95,000 Timbco 425E Proc., ‘01........................$145,000 Valmet 911C Processor, ‘00................$110,000

LeeBoy 8500, ‘97 ....................................$14,500

WHEEL LOADERS

LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘04, 2236 hrs................$45,500

Komatsu WA380-5L, ‘06, 4293 hrs ......$115,000 Komatsu WA400-1, ‘87, 12,564 hrs ......$39,500 Komatsu WA500-3, ‘99 ..........................$70,000 Komatsu WA600-3L, ‘02 ......................$186,500 Deere 624G, ‘93, 7223 hrs ......................$39,500

(2) Hamm HD120HV Rollers, ‘03+’06 ......CALL (3) Hamm HDO120HV Rollers, ‘06 ..........CALL Hyster Roller C747B, ‘01, 3497 hrs ......$14,500 Hyster Roller C747B, ‘06 ......................$14,500

IR DD24 Roller, ‘00, 2238 hrs ................$16,500 IR DD24 Roller, ‘04, 2728 hrs ................$16,500 IR SD105DX Roller, ‘03, 1487 hrs..........$54,500 Metso ST620 Mobile Plant, ‘05 ................CALL Raygo Barco 100 Planner, ‘82..............$12,500

MISCELLANEOUS

DOZERS

Tramac Breaker V55, ‘02........................$36,500 Komatsu TLB WB140, ‘03, 796 hrs ........$34,000

Cat D5C, ‘01, 4500 hrs ............................$42,500 Cat D5GLGP, ‘02, 4300 hrs ......................$40,500 Cat D6NXL, ‘03, 3841 hrs ........................$89,500 Deere 550GLGP, ‘96, 4861 hrs................$29,500 Deere 550GLGP, ‘98, 9415 hrs ..............$21,500 Komatsu D31P-20, ‘93 ..........................$18,000 Komatsu D31PX-21, ‘06, 317 hrs ..........$56,750 Komatsu D61EX-15, ‘05, 950 hrs ........$105,500 Komatsu D475-3, ‘03, 15,197 hrs ................Call Load King 50 Ton LB, ‘86 ....................$18,500

Komatsu WA65-3, ‘02, 3076 hrs ............$36,500

Valmet 911C Processor, ‘00 ......................$110,000

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2005 Vibromax VM116PDB, s/n JKC8340900, 945 hours, 82" Padfoot Roller with Blade ....................$43,000

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2006 Cat 257B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 21,500

2005 Cat 301.8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 13,900

2004 Cat 287B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 23,000

2005 Cat 262B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 23,500

s/n SLK05074, 2,035 Hrs Cab Heat, Hyd QC

s/n BFA03260, 904 Hrs, Canopy, GP Bucket

s/n ZSA00605, 1,595 Hrs Canopy, GP Bucket

s/n PTD01701, 527 Hrs, Canopy, GP Bucket

2005 Cat 268B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,000

2000 Case 1845C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,500

2007 Cat 232B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,900

1999 Case 821C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,900

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s/n JAF0315507, 2,627 Hrs, Canopy, GP Bucket

s/n SCH01118, 275 hrs, Canopy, GP Bucket

s/n JEE0092909, 9,371 Hrs, New Trans, 4 Cyd, GP Bucket

1986 Cat 980C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45,000

2006 Cat 930G . . . . . . . . . . . . . $130,000

2002 Cat D3G LGP . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,000

2006 Cat D5N LGP. . . . . . . . . . $130,000

s/n 63X06512, GP Bucket/Teeth, EROPS, Heat

s/n TWR01732, 790 Hrs, GP Bucket, Ride Control

s/n CFF00314, 3,956 Hrs, EROPS A/C, PAT Blade

s/n AKD02007, 263 Hrs, County Trade, AR Ready

2004 Cat 315CL. . . . . . . . . . . . . $68,000

2005 Cat 308C CR . . . . . . . . . . . . $66,000

2005 Cat TH460B . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000

1997 Cat 325BL. . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,000

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USED EQUIPMENT Concrete Equipment

2006 Soff-Cut X-750 Early Entry Saw, #401249, 8" blade capacity, like new ...... ..................................................................................................................$5,595 2006 Allen Pro 1200 Riding Trowel, #357104, 8' width, Gas, Overlapping, 49 Hours ........................................................................................................$7,950 2007 Miller MB21 Concrete Buggy, #002869, 21 Cubic Ft., Foam Filled Tires, Like New, Propane Only ............................................................................$6,995 2007 Canycom Concrete Buggy, #005019, 16 Cubic Ft., Full Rubber Track, Robin Power..............................................................................................$6,995 2003 Stone 65CM-E Drum Mixer, #347352, 2HP Electric Motor, 6cu ft Capacity, Towable ......................................................................................$1,450 2008 Stone 1285PM Mortar Mixer, #008220, 12 Cubic Ft. Capacity, Honda Gas, New Paint ............................................................................................SOLD 2002 Stone 1285PM Paddle Mixer, #347331, 11hp Honda, Gear Driven, Towable ....................................................................................................$2,500 2008 Wacker WL30, #012156, 143 Hrs, Perkins 2007 Wacker CRT36-24A Riding Trowel, #004104, 6' width, 24 hp Honda, 12 hours ..........................................................................................................SOLD Diesel, cab w/ heat, aux. hyd, 4438 lb straight tip2007 Wacker CRT48-31V-E Riding Trowel, #004105, New, Never Used, 31hp ping load, 6857 lb. operating weight, 54" bucket .... Vanguard, Electronic Steering, 8’ Overall Width......................................$13,250 ..................................................................$37,000 2007 Whiteman/Multiquip HTX-44 8’ Riding Trowel, #009098, Hydro Drive and Steering, Diesel, 125 Hrs..................................................................$16,995 2006 Whiteman/Multiquip STH-55 10’ Riding Trowel, #001672, Hydro Drive and Steering, Diesel, 144 Hrs..................................................................$19,000

Forklifts

2006 SkyTrak 6042 Telehandler Forklift, #372050, 779 Hrs, OROPS, 50" Tilt Carriage, Cummins Diesel, 6000 Lb. Capacity, 42' Max Height ..............$56,700 2007 SkyTrak 6042 Telehandler, #54500, OROPS, 50" side-tilt carriage, 550 hours ......................................................................................................$54,500 2007 SkyTrak 6042 Telehandler, #002414, Cummins, Open ROPS, Side-Tilt, Choice of Carriages, 650 Hours ..............................................................$49,900 2006 SkyTrak 8042 Telehandler Forklift, #372063, cab, side tilt carriage 1450 hours ......................................................................................................$55,500 2007 SkyTrak 8042 Telehandler, #002406, OROPS, 50" side-tilt carriage, new .. ................................................................................................................$73,500 2006 Lull 944E-42 Telehandler Forklift, #365499, Side tilt, Choice of Carriages, 3200 hours ............................................................................$52,500 2004 Lull 944E-42 Telehandler Forklift, #365022, open ROPS, side tilt carriage, 2400 hours ....................................................................................$49,000 2005 Lull 944E-42 Telehandler Forklift, #808846, 1725 Hrs, OROPS, 50" Side Tilt Carriage, Cummins Diesel, 9000 Lb Capacity, 42' Max Height..........$64,000 2002 Lull 1044C-54 Telehandler, #16875, Cummins, Cab, 48" Side-Tilt carriage, Ready to Work ..............................................................................$53,500 2005 Lull 1044C-54 Telehandler, #365404, cab and heat, side-tilt carriage, 3700 hours ..............................................................................................$66,500

Pavers

2005 LeeBoy 8816 Paver, #007698, grade & slope controls, sonic augers, 8'15', 1350 hours ......................................................................................$89,500 1994 LeeBoy 1000 Municipal Machine (serviced), #010897, 2200 Hours, Nice ..................................................................................................................$7,950 2007 LeeBoy 5000 Pathpaver, #005542, 165 Hours, Very Nice ............$59,500

Aerial Lifts

Features

• Automatic fork leveling system for precision load placement • Side-mounted engine for easy access and serviceability • Stabil-Trak stability system for increased operator confidence • Cummins engine with 4-speed powershift transmission for efficient control • Variety of attachments for high versatility in handling jobsite challenges

• Automatic fork leveling system for precision load placement • Tier II compliant John Deere diesel engine • 4-speed powershift transmission for efficient control • Full-time 4WD for increased maneuverability • Standard front outriggers for increased stability • Variety of attachments for high versatility in handling jobsite challenges

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Features 2007 SkyTrak 10054 Telehandler, #005300, 60" SideTilt Carriage, New Tires, 1531 hours ..................$79,900 2007 Atlas Copco XAS 185 Air Compressor, #007042, 400 hours ......$8,495

1999 Stone PDB54 Pad-Foot Roller, #347083, New paint, blade, OROPS, 1050 hours ..$19,750

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2002 JLG 600S Boom Lift, #328035, 4x4, diesel, SkyPower generator, cold weather start package, 3500 hours ........................................................$42,500 2002 JLG 600S Boom Lift, #328036, 4x4, oscillating axles, diesel, 3500 hours.. ................................................................................................................$45,500 2005 JLG 800S Boom Lift, #328081, 4x4, diesel, SkyPower generator, cold weather start package, 1750 hours ........................................................$94,500

Generators/Air Compressors

2007 Atlas Copco XAS 185 Air Compressor, #007042, 400 Hours..........$8,495

Excavators/Skid Loaders

2004 Komatsu SK1020, #427117, 400 Hrs, Open ROPS ......................$18,900 2005 Komatsu PC35, #427164, OROPS, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 531 hours ......................................................................................................$29,900 1999 Komatsu PC30, #906240, 1877 Hrs, Rubber Tracks, Backfill Blade, OROPS ....................................................................................................$23,000 2004 Komatsu PC78US-6, #013379, 5450 Hrs, Backfill Blade, Road liner pads, cab, A/C, tinted windows, 24" bucket ......................................................$42,500 2008 Wacker WL30, #012156, 143 Hrs, Perkins Diesel, cab w/ heat, aux. hyd, 4438 lb straight tipping load, 6857 lb. operating weight, 54" bucket ......$37,000

Lull 944E-42

Lull 1044C-54 Series II

Compaction

1999 Stone PDB-54 Pad-Foot Roller, #347083, New paint, blade, OROPS, 1050 hours ..............................................................................................$17,995 1999 Stone RP1350D Plate Compactor, #347039 ..................................$5,995 2007 Wacker BPU3050A Reversible Plate Compactor, #005779, low hours, 9hp Honda ................................................................................................$3,650 2005 Wacker RT-82SC Trench Roller, #47524, 36" width, remote control, articulating, 310 hours ..................................................................................$19,900 2003 Wacker RT-820 Trench Roller, #475439, 32" width, pad foot drums, diesel, remote control, 542 hours ..........................................................$16,000

• Automatic fork leveling system for precision load placement • Side-mounted engine for easy access and serviceability • Stabil-Trak stability system for increased operator confidence • Cummins engine with 4-speed powershift transmission for efficient control • Variety of attachments for high versatility in handling jobsite challenges

2007 Wacker BPU3050A Reversible Plate Compactor, #005779, low hours, 9hp Honda ............$3,650

Scarifier

1999 Bartell Scarifier, #404461, 8" cut width, Honda..............................$1,995 2008 Edco CPM-8-5B Scarifier, #009411, 8" Wide Drum, 5HP/230V Electric Motor, 220 Lbs, 1/8" Depth @ 350-500 sq ft per Hour ............................$2,095 2008 Edco TG-10 Turbo Grinder, #009410, removes 1/16" of concrete @ 400500 sq. ft per hour, 10" diamond headed disc, 11 hp Honda ....................$2,595 2007 Edco TG-7 Turbo Grinder, #005053, removes 1/16" of concrete @ 300400 sq. ft per hour, 7" diamond headed disc, 2 hp electric ......................$1,795

Features

2004 Komatsu PC78US-6, #013379, 5450 Hrs, Backfill Blade, Road liner pads, cab, A/C, tinted windows, 24" bucket ..................................$42,500

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South Metro/Southwestern MN Tim Rients 952-292-6285

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OFF ROAD HAULERS

Komatsu WA180-1, 1996, EROPS, Quick Coupler, Exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,500 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 . . . . . .$100,000 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 New Holland LS170 Skid Steer, 2004, 300 hrs . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,000 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000

Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 Terex TA40, 2000, 6WD, 6x6, 40 ton Detroit 60 Series, Clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$142,500 Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt .$115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . .$87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites $89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500

COMPACTORS IR DD22, 1993, 39" double steel, vibratory, Deutz dsl, water spray, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 Cat 825B, 1975, cab, S-blade, 50% front, 20% rear tires, good runner, can go to work . . . . . . . . .$52,500 Cat 825C, 1988, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, rear 80%, front 60%, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Galion S4-6B, Deutz dsl, hydrostatic, 42” drums, transport wheels, water spray . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,800 Hypac C747B, 2001, articulated, vibratory, 47” drums, water spray, Deutz 2 cyl, 5500#, good condition . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 Hypac C850B, 1999, ROPS w/cab, 84” smooth drum, drive, Cummins, 18-26 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$47,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 (2) Champion Superpac A421 . . . . . . . . . .$11,500

CRAWLER TRACTORS Cat D4H Series II, 1990, OROPS, 6 way blades, 18" pads, draw bar, 100% Cat U/C . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 Cat D6H, 1988, OROPS, S-blade w/tilt . . . .$76,000 Cat D6H LGP Series II, 1993, EROPS, diff steer, drawbar, 30" pads, fresh undercarriage . . . .$89,000 Cat D6H, 1987, Semi U blade w/tilt, ROPS, fair U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,000 (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea Komatsu D37P-5, 1997, 24" Pads, OROPS, P/S . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,500 LANDSCAPING

Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor,1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Taylor-Way 12' Transport Disc, 24" discs, (4) tires, hyd lift, exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd CRAWLER LOADERS Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt . . . . .. angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 AIR COMPRESSORS Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

SPECIALS TRUCKS & TRAILERS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng .$17,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . . . . .. (12) IR L6-4MH Light Plants, 1992-1995, all . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IAmerican Augers 16" Boring Machine, 10 HP gas, CRUSHING & CONVEYING 35,000# thrust, 30' track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,500 Power Screen, Mark II, 1987, Port. Screening Plant, BACKHOES Double Deck, 24'x40' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,000 Cat 416C IT, 2000, 4x4, OROPS, Quick Coupler, GP Viper 301 Portable Screening Plant, 1997, dsl, 5'x7'. Bkt, Extendahoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, side & rear conveyors, T/A carrier . . . . . . . . . . .CALL OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 DRILLS Volvo BL70, 2003, 4x4, Extend-A-Hoe, EROPS, 24" Bkt, Like New . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,500 John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320L, 1994, 24' drill, condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL carousel, dust collector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$162,500 Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL CRANES HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 Cat 313B-CR, 2001, zero tailswing, A/C & AM/FM, JRB quick coupler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$93,000 Kobelco SK200LC Extra Long Reach, 1993, 32" TBG pads, 42' reach, nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$255,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkt .$77,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working everyday . .$97,500 Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready CALL Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000

Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Drott 3330B Carry Deck, 7.5 ton capacity, dsl, 4 section boom 8' jib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,500 Shuttlelift Model 3330 ELB Hyd. Carry Deck Crane, duel fuel, elec. winch w/remote control, exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500

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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PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS BLAW KNOX PF545 - ‘04 • Cart path paver, conveyor fed, track, 5'-8' w/ 795 hrs........ ..........................................................................................................................$25,500 MAULDIN 690FT - ‘08 • 8' to 13' gravity fed track paver (LOW HOURS), 29 hrs.......... ..........................................................................................................................$42,500 MAULDIN 1750C - ‘08 • 8' to 16' conveyor fed track paver (LOW HOURS) ....$95,000 MIDLAND SP-6 - ‘09 • Legal load, Rt hand discharge to 6', low hrs ................$99,500 MIDLAND SPD-8 - ‘09 • Dual discharge to 8', low hrs ..................................$149,950 MIDLAND SPD-8 - ‘04 • Dual discharge to 8', 300 hrs ..................................$119,500 NEAL 5500 - ‘08 • “Cart Path Paver”, track, conveyor fed, 5'-8' screed, 140 hrs .......... ..........................................................................................................................$49,950 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

ROLLERS INGERSOLL RAND DD90HF - ‘06 • 66" high freq, dbl drum vib, w/lites, 1300 hours .. ..........................................................................................................................$70,000 INGERSOLL RAND SD105DX - ‘04 • 84" smooth drum soil with 1020 hrs ......$53,500 INGERSOLL RAND DD65 - ‘91 • 57" dbl drum vib, 3500 hrs, “fully functional” ............ ............................................................................................................................$9,500 INGERSOLL RAND DD112HF - ‘06 • 78" high freq. dbl drum vib w/ lites and mat temp sensor, 950 hrs ................................................................................................$70,000 SAKAI CR270 - 36", 3000lb, 4000VPM, vibratory, 200 hrs ..............................$13,500 SAKAI SW320 - ‘09 • 47" Dbl Drum vib w/ Foldable ROPS, EPTW, 75 hrs ......$30,500 SAKAI SW330 - ‘07 • 51", 6700lb, 4000VPM, dbl drum vib with 320 hrs, warranty...... ..........................................................................................................................$29,950 SAKAI GW750 - ‘09 • 77" Pneumatic vibratory roller w/ heat shields, 300 hrs.............. ........................................................................................................................$123,500 SAKAI SW850 - ‘09 • 79" Dbl Drum vib, EPTW w/ 350 hrs ..............................$95,000

RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS LIEBHERR A900C - ‘06 • Rubber tired exc., outriggers, dozer blade, LIKUFIX quick coupler 100% from cab, 79" ditch w/rotation, 41" exc and blank for hammer, 551 hrs ........................................................................................................................$139,950 GRADALL G3WD - ‘90 • County owned, v good condition with ditching and excavating buckets, 4500 hours....................................................................................$17,500

MOTOR GRADER PSI MD413XT - ‘08 • 10' moldboard, front bucket, rear scarifier, enclosed cab, 133 hp, 14,000 lbs, 120 hours ................................................................................$84,950

COLD MILLING MACHINE TEREX PR165 - ‘09 • 24” cutting width, 4 large rubber tires, large front loading conveyor, 300 hrs ................................................................................................$175,000 TEREX PR330T - ‘08 • 4 track, front loading, milling machine with “combo cutter” 2',3',4' widths, 850 hours ..............................................................................$279,000 WIRTGEN W50 - ‘04 • 20” cutting width, 4 wheeled, rear discharge conveyor, 250 hrs ..........................................................................................................................$95,000

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Allis 5'x16' single deck horizontal screen,

CRANES

Cummins V-12 diesel, on tandem axle chassis

GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TER-

with hydraulic leveling ..........................$68,000

RAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’

ALLIS H400-SD portable cone plant, Cummins

Power-Pinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic

diesel, rear feed conveyor, side discharge con-

Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists,

veyor, tandem axle chassis with run-on

29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work ............................

hydraulic jacks....................................$172,800

........................................Reduced to $219,900

WHEEL LOADERS

MANITOWOC 777 175 TON CRAWLER CRANE,

KAWASAKI 95Z-V, wheel loader (2006), 340 hp

2000 model, 220' main boom, 40' fixed jib,

Cummins QS15 diesel, 4/3 speed Powershift

hoists with free-fall option, 48" track shoes,

transmission, 29.5x25 Bridgestone L3 radials, 7

Series II counterweight, self-assembly package,

cu. yd. GP bucket, enclosed ROPS with a/c ......

Cummins diesel, third drum, 7000 hours, job

..........................................................$259,900

ready ..................................................$950,000

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

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

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

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

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


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Louisville…

ICUEE Celebrates Second Largest Show in Its History (Editor’s note: This is the first of two-part coverage of ICUEE ’09.) he International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) attracted more than 16,500 registered attendees — making it the second largest in show history despite a down economy, especially in construction-related markets. Also known as The Demo Expo for its trademark of extensive equipment demonstrations in job-like conditions, ICUEE 2009 took place Oct. 6 to 8 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. More than 780 exhibitors used more than 1 million net sq. ft. of outdoor and indoor exhibit space. The show focuses on the utility/construction industry, including electric, phone and cable, sewer and water, gas, general construction, landscaping and public works. “The feedback was very positive from exhibitors and attendees. This was a great opportunity for the industry to get together and assess where they are now and plan for the future. ICUEE was definitely the place to be if you wanted to test-drive the latest equipment innovations and keep up to date on industry trends,” stated Show Director Melissa Magestro. “We encourage industry co-locations to bring maximum ROI to all participants, and ICUEE 2009 had a record number. Their support contributed greatly to our success.” The inaugural H2O-XPO of the National Rural Water Association (NRWA) chose to co-locate with ICUEE 2009, as did the iP Safety Conference and Expo (safety and training) and the IUV Technology Conference (design and engineering). NRWA held its annual convention in conjunction with ICUEE 2009. “Our industry has been one of the hardest hit during the recession, so we’re especially gratified by this support. Participants saw value in the type of face-to-face contact you can only get at trade shows, and the value of a quality show ‘run by the industry, for the benefit of the industry,’ which is our operating philosophy,” stated Magestro. An extensive and well-rounded education program also contributed to the success of ICUEE 2009. Attendees took advantage of more than 100 sessions to pro-actively manage their businesses to increase productivity and operating efficiencies. Field trips and an HDD workshop complemented the classroom learning. Among the “top 10” most popular education session topics were new opportunities in emerging “green” technologies such as solar and wind power, and a special panel discussion focused on the emerging “smart grid” electric power infrastructure. The number-one reason attendees come to ICUEE is to see new products and innovations, and a record 150 exhibitors signed on to the show’s New Product & Technology Program, which highlights exhibitors’ new-to-market innovations. Program participants are listed online in a section of the exhibitor directory (searchable by company name, product category or booth number). This will remain online for several months after the show. A special utility champions display onsite recognized the dedication of utility workers who respond tirelessly during disaster recovery efforts (and also see online). The next edition of the biennial ICUEE will be Oct. 4 to 6, 2011, in Louisville, Ky.

T

see ICUEE page 22

Gregg Zupancic, John Deere’s product marketing manager of skid steers and compact track loaders, shows how easy it is to get to the engine of this John Deere 318D skid steer.

Jack Gorzny (L), Mississippi Valley Equipment Co., answers questions about the MKT V2ESC from Dean Flaig of LDI Industries, Manitowoc, Wis.

Larry Bair (L), president of Bair Products Inc. in Louisburg, Kan., speaks with Harry Dupree of Berkeley Electric Cooperative Inc.

Michael Godino of IBL Industries in Greenwich, Conn., stops by the Eager Beaver booth to ask some question to Christina Flowers of Eager Beaver Trailers.

Pete Doherty (L) of Thalle Construction asks some questions about some rubber tracks to Barry Stoughton, president of BLS Enterprises.

(L-R): Jim Schroeder of Great Lakes Line Builders Inc., Lee Haack of Yanmar America and Keith Knudson of Vermeer-Wisconsin stand in front of the Yanmar VIO 55 compact excavator.

At the controls of this John Deere 333D compact track loader is Marcus Shetler, president of Marcus Shetler Construction, Campbellsburg, Ind.


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Sales, Rentals, Shop & Field Service, Portable Align Boring & Bore Welding Only 3885 original hours

Where Service Comes First! Crawler Loaders

1974 Caterpillar 977L S/N 11K06703, OROPS, GP Bucket W/Teeth............. ................................................................................................................$25,000 1971 Caterpillar 977L S/N 11K03983, OROPS, GP Bucket W/Teeth............. ................................................................................................................$24,000 2003 Caterpillar 963C S/N 2DS02393, EROPS, Air, GP Bucket W/Teeth..... ..............................................................................................................$145,000 2001 Caterpillar 963C S/N 2DS02101, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket W/Teeth, 90% U/C ................................................................................................$95,000 2000 Caterpillar 963C S/N 2DS01069, EROPS, Air, GP Bucket W/Teeth, Good U/C..............................................................................................$105,000 1996 Caterpillar 963B S/N 9BL01328, EROPS, No Air, GP Bucket W/Teeth ..................................................................................................$79,500 1999 Caterpillar 953C S/N 2ZN02364, OROPS, GP Bucket W/Teeth, 1600 Org. Hrs ..................................................................................................$92,500 1996 Caterpillar 953C LGP S/N 2ZN00437, OROPS, 4+1 Bucket W/Teeth . ................................................................................................................$64,000 1988 Caterpillar 953 S/N 20Z2083, OROPS, GP Bucket W/Teeth, New Engine ....................................................................................................$42,000 1985 Caterpillar 953 S/N 20Z0530, OROPS, New U/C, GP Bucket W/Teeth, C/P ..........................................................................................$37,500

2003 Cat 963C, S/N 2DS02393, EROPS, Air, GP Bucket W/Teeth..............$145,000

Grinders

Bitelli SF102 Grinder S/N 95990017 ................................................$135,000 Bitelli SF60 Grinder S/N 01025, No Conveyor ..................................$44,000 Bitelli SF60 Grinder S/N 980199 ........................................................$52,000 Remax 4800 Grinder S/N 9948312601, 48" Cat 260HP Pull Type 12" Depth ......................................................................................................$49,000

Compactors

1986 Caterpillar 815B Conv S/N 15Z00374, EROPS Cab, Excellent, 7300 Hrs ........................................................................................................$100,000 1978 Caterpillar 815 S/N 91P1326, Cab, ST Blade, No A/C ............$79,500 1978 Dynapac CC42A DD Roller S/N 547D25, 66" Double Drum, Cat 3208 Diesel, Water System ..................................................................$16,000

Only 1800 original hours

Wheel Loaders

1999 Cat 953C, S/N 2ZN02364, EROPS, GP Bucket w/ Teeth, 1800 Hrs ....$92,500 Low hours

1972 Case W-14 S/N 9110608, EROPS Cab, New Transmission, New Tires, C/P ................................................................................................$16,000 1999 Caterpillar IT38G S/N 7BS00652, EROPS, A/C, 20.5x25 Tires, 2249 – ECM shows 9139, 3.5 Yd Bkt W/ Boe ............................................$75,000 1992 Caterpillar IT28B S/N 1HF02365, EROPS, 17.5x25 Tires, @ 95% Matched, 2.5 Yd Bkt, 8214 Hrs ............................................................$39,000 1968 Caterpillar 966C S/N 76J110, Cab, Heat, Lights, New Engine, Needs Pin Work, Tires Fair ..............................................................................$21,000 1990 Caterpillar 936E S/N 33Z04157, EROPS, New Trans, GP Bucket W/BOE, C/P ..........................................................................................$54,000 1987 Caterpillar 936 S/N 33Z2474, EROPS, New 20.5x25 Radials, GP Bucket W/BOE ......................................................................................$44,000 1986 Caterpillar 936 S/N 33Z1950, EROPS, New 20.5x25 Radials, GP Bucket W/BOE ......................................................................................$44,000 1975 Clark 55B S/N 416C-793-CAC, EROPS, GP Bucket, New Engine ..... ................................................................................................................$16,000

Crawler Tractors

1997 Caterpillar D-8R S/N 7XM01828, OROPS, SU Blade, New U/C, New Engine, C/P, 9200 Hrs ................................................................$199,000 1994 Caterpillar D-5C S/N 9DL00406, 6605 Hrs, New Trans..........$39,500 1980 Caterpillar D-5B LGP S/N 46X0504, New Engine, C/P ..........$32,500 Caterpillar D-4C S/N 1RJ1417, OROPS ............................................$29,000

Combo Loaders

2002 Caterpillar 430D IT S/N BML02305, 4x4, EHOE, Q CPLRS, A/C, Plumbed, New Tires ..............................................................................$49,500 1988 John Deere 510C S/N 746646, EROPS, Cab, 4x4 ....................$17,000

Motor Graders

1985 John Deere 670A S/N 509900, Cab, Frt Scarifier, 12' MB, 5200 Org Hours ......................................................................................................$26,500

Hydraulic Excavators

1998 Caterpillar 315BL S/N 3AW00489, Plumbed Mech Thumb + Bucket . ................................................................................................................$69,500 1999 Caterpillar 301.5 S/N 3YW00647, ROPS, Dozer, Rubber Tracks, Plumbed ..................................................................................................$14,000 1993 Caterpillar E120B S/N JF1206, 9312 Hrs ..................................$21,000 1995 Gradall XL 4100 S/N 411264, 360° Boom Bucket, Cummins Power Up+Down, A/C ......................................................................................$70,000 1976 Gradall 660C S/N NP24078, Detroit Up + Down, One Bucket $8,500 1996 Komatsu PC-200 LC-6, S/N A82010 Plumbed QC 48" Bucket, C+P ... ................................................................................................................$47,000 1979 Linkbelt LS-3400 S/N 49H4639 ................................................$28,000

Bitelli SF102 Grinder, S/N 95990017 ...... ..................................................$135,000

Skid Steers

1997 Bobcat 863 S/N 514415821, 75HP, Turbo Diesel, 66" GP Bucket, C/P ................................................................................................................$13,500 1997 Case 90XT S/N JAF0245761, Cab, Heat, Lights, 33x15.5x16.5 Tires @ 90% ....................................................................................................$15,000

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Off Road Trucks

New engine

1996 Volvo A-25C S/N 5350V50826, 30% Bridgestones, 4200 Org. Hours . ................................................................................................................$79,500

Trucks

1998 Cronkhite Tag Trailer......................................................................$3,000

Scrapers

Caterpillar 615 S/N 46Z1391, OROPS ................................................$35,000 Caterpillar 615 S/N 46Z1266, OROPS ................................................$35,000 1973 Caterpillar 613 Scraper S/N 71M2400, OROPS, 23.5x25........$15,000 1974 Terex TS-14 B Scraper S/N 17U0T58092, OROPS. 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 401........................................................................................$35,000 1976 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T59817, OROPS, 471, Detroit, 29.5x25, Unit 402 ..................................................................................$35,000 1976 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T59847, OROPS, 471, Detroit, 29.5x25, Unit 403 ..................................................................................$37,000 1976 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T61098, OROPS, 471, Detroit, 29.5x25, Unit 404 ..................................................................................$35,000 1976 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T61111, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Painted, Unit 405 ........................................................................$37,000 1976 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T61483, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 406........................................................................................$37,000 1976 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T62163, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 407........................................................................................$35,000 1977 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T62951, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 408........................................................................................$45,000 1977 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T63684, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 409........................................................................................$47,000 1977 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T64121, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 410........................................................................................$35,000 1978 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T64161, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 411 ........................................................................................$37,000 1978 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T19820, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 412........................................................................................$35,000 1978 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T2165, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 413 ............................................................................................$38,000 1978 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T65614, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 414........................................................................................$40,000 1979 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T65882, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 415........................................................................................$37,000 1979 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T67340, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 416........................................................................................$45,000 1980 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T68628, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 417........................................................................................$40,000 1981 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T69174, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 418........................................................................................$39,000 1986 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T1700, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 419 ............................................................................................$50,000 1986 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T72718, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 420........................................................................................$54,000 1986 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T72943, OROPS, 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 421........................................................................................$50,000 1986 Terex TS-14 B Scraper S/N 17U0T73053, OROPS. 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 422........................................................................................$50,000 1986 Terex TS-14 B Scraper S/N 17U0T73059, OROPS. 471 Detroit, 29.5 X 25, Unit 423........................................................................................$50,000 1986 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 17U0T73060, OROPS, 471, Detroit, 29.5x25, Unit 424 ..................................................................................$50,000 1987 Terex TS-14B Scraper S/N 521263, OROPS, 471, Detroit, 29.5x25, Pilot Controls, Unit 425 ........................................................................$54,000

1997 Cat D8R, S/N 7XM01828, 9200 orig. hrs., new rails, rollers & sprockets, 0 hrs on engine, new U/C ....................$199,000

1999 Cat IT38G, S/N 7BS00652, EROPS, A/C, 20.5x25 tires, 2249-ECM, shows 9139, 3.5 yd bkt w/BOE ................$75,000

Components

Caterpillar 615 Transmission ..................................................................$7,000 Detroit 4-71 Engines Exch Detroit 6V-71 Engine New Caterpillar 3306 Engine Caterpillar 963 Engine Caterpillar 966D Transmission Detroit 50 Series Engine Caterpillar 963 Transmission Perkins Diesel 4 Cyl 65 HP ........................................*NEW* (5) $4,750 Ea IH T444E Diesel 7.3 250 HP W/Radiator ..................*NEW* (4) $5,900 Ea New Duramax 6.6L Diesel 210HP ............................................(2) $7,000 Ea

MISC.

Amida Light Plant, New Gen. ................................................................$7,000 Bobcat Dozer Blade, Hyd New..............................................................$3,600 Bobcat Trencher, Used, Hi Flo................................................................$5,500 Coleman CJ4D40SQ 40K W Portable Generator Set, S/N 4982862, John Deere diesel, Super Quiet Pack....................................................$12,500 Crane Forks ..............................................................................2 @ $600 Each IR Electric Air Dryer S/N 96ADXRO142, 460 Volt 3 phase..............$2,000 TB425X BTI ............................................................................................$7,500 Kent Hyd. Brkr KHB8G11......................................................................$9,500 NPK Plate Compactor, 33"X24" Swivel................................................$5,500 Grove RT 58 Crane Caterpillar 963 Mitsubishi Caterpillar 966C

Parts Machines

One of 25 In Stock & Ready to work!!! All have had needed repairs, Ready for Dirt. $35,000-$50,000


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Preserving History…

HCEAHolds 24th Annual Convention

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he Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA), a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving history of the construction, dredging and surface mining equipment industries, held its 24th Annual International Convention and Old Equipment Exposition Sept. 18 to 20. This year, the show was held at the National Construction Equipment Museum, located at 16623 Liberty Hi Road, Bowling Green, Ohio. Highlights of the show included live demonstrations of horse-drawn, gas and diesel-powered antique construction machinery, equipment and vehicles built or powered by International Harvester were featured, along with other machines in the National Construction Equipment Museum collection. Some of the equipment actually got back into the swing of things by digging a one-acre pond on the site, with the spoil being used to create a massive pile of dirt for the shovels and excavators. Members of the Black Swamp Chapter of the American Truck Historical Society came by on Saturday to showcase their vintage trucks. The event also featured a banquet held at the Grand Rapids Roadhouse. Vendors also were on hand to offer vintage construction toys as well as old equipment manuals and decals as well as other vintage construction equipment related items.

Willie Sayre (L) and Clark Robinson stopped by from Newark, Ohio, to admire one of less than 10 models of the 1948 Cat D6B tired dozer paired up with a Cat bottom dump.

Link-Belt’s 1926 Big Bertha loads a 1962 White Super Mustang truck.

Dan Brathwaite of Harmon Signs watches as his children, Derek and Allison try out some of the new and vintage construction equipment toys on hand.

HCEA Florida Chapter President Joe Black (L) joins Bob Sheely of Sims Crane Service, also based in Florida. Finding some shade under the canopy of this 1913 Holt Model 60 tractor (L-R are) HCEA Local Chapter members Brian Daniels and Jim Weiler, Caterpillar’s Ed McCord in from Illinois, and Paul Matthies of Matthies Service in New York.

Michigan CAT’s Jay Frost and wife, April, admired the old machines and marveled at all the changes that have gone into shaping today’s construction equipment.

Scott (L) and Rand Urmston of Rand Urmston Excavating & Repair LLC admire a Warco Road Hog.

(L-R): George Goldsberry, a proud owner of this LeTourneau 1953 Model D scraper, is joined by his grandson Andrew Edinger and Andrew’s wife, Katie.


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Great Used Equipment Values ARTICULATED TRUCKS

CRUSHERS

GRAPPLES

TRACK LOADERS

1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1958 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1821 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1816 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1957 ........................$13,000 2004 JCB 714, S/N E0830195 ............................$53,600 2004 JOHN DEERE 400D, S/N BE400DT201041 .............. ..........................................................................$135,200 2006 KOMATSU HM300-0, S/N A11002 ..........$131,600 1994 VOLVO A25C, S/N A25V8715 ....................$33,500 (2) 1994 VOLVO A30, S/N V1487 ..............From $30,100 (2) 1998 VOLVO A35C, S/N V5086 ............From $42,700 2001 VOLVO A35D, S/N 61113 ..........................$73,000

2006 BL PEGSON 1000SR, S/N 100312DDSR ..$362,000 2004 CEC 102X115, S/N 4538 ..........................$161,500 2007 EAGLE 1200-25, S/N 30696......................$346,300 2003 EXTEC 1013, S/N 7864 ............................$200,500 2001 EXTEC MEGA-BITE, S/N 6024 ..................$136,200 2006 IROCK RDS15H, S/N P90216 ..................$451,300

2007 PEMBERTON CAST, S/N C/EGR-004-4-0606 .......... ............................................................................$11,600 (3) 2007 PEMBERTON MATERIAL, S/N MDG300-194-50607 ....................................................................$11,600

(2) 2000 JOHN DEERE 555G, S/N 890992 ..........$21,500 2005 TAKEUCHI TL140, S/N 21402461 ..............$17,000

CURB & GUTTER MACHINES

2006 RAMMER S-27, S/N 27AAA0667 ..................$8,600 2003 STANLEY MB50EXS, S/N 2279 ....................VALUE!

2008 Bengal TG1000P ..........................................$9,600 2005 GOMACO GT3600, S/N 902900-641 ..........$90,400 2006 GOMACO GT3600, S/N 902900716 ..........$120,000

DRILLS

ASPHALT PAVERS 1999 BLAW KNOX PF161, S/N 16126-04 ..........$24,300 1998 BLAW KNOX PF3172, S/N 317211-08 ......$29,500 2000 LEEBOY 8500, S/N 2497-8500 ..................$18,500

BACKHOE LOADERS 2006 DEERE 410G, S/N 946106 ..........................$46,000 2005 JCB 214 SERIES III, S/N 904421 ................$20,700 2004 JOHN DEERE 210LE, S/N T0210LE882955.............. ............................................................................$16,000 2002 JOHN DEERE 310G, S/N 907184 ................$24,200 2004 JOHN DEERE 310SG, S/N 926142 ..............$29,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 710G, S/N 939117 ................$45,000 2003 VOLVO BL70D, S/N 10269 ..........................$28,200

CHIPPER 2002 CBI 4000B, S/N 4840HZK34123A0660 ....$152,000

COMPACTORS 2004 AMPAC P33/23, S/N 33071104 ....................$6,000 2001 BOMAG BW142PDB-2, S/N 136510511036 ............ ............................................................................$14,000 1994 DYNAPAC CA151PD, S/N 59810775 ..........$21,700 2000 DYNAPAC CA250PD, S/N 65320989 ..........$31,100 1996 FORD LN8000, S/N 1FDXR82EXTVA27463.............. ............................................................................$11,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690654 ......................$37,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690638 ......................$38,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690694 ......................$38,000 1988 INGERSOLL RAND DD90, S/N 5454S ........$13,000 2000 INGERSOLL RAND PT125R, S/N 164701 ..$21,000 2005 INGERSOLL RAND SD100D, S/N 151759 ..$61,500 1998 INGERSOLL RAND SD100F, S/N 154044....$29,000 1997 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 148473 ....$19,500 2000 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 163541 ....$27,000 2000 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 165166 ....$27,700 1999 INGERSOLL RAND SD70F, S/N 157999......$19,000 2006 INGERSOLL RAND SD70F, S/N 191728......$37,400 2003 INGERSOLL RAND SD77F, S/N 174481......$24,500 2005 INGERSOLL RAND SD77F TF, S/N 179314.............. ............................................................................$27,500 (2) 2005 SAKAI SV505T, S/N VSV16-40175........$44,600 1999 STONE 3100 WOLFPAC, S/N 2699294 ........$3,000 1999 Vibromax W1103D, S/N JKC8302602 ........$33,200 2003 VIBROMAX W1105D, S/N JKC8305009......$32,500 (2) 2006 WACKER BS50-2I, S/N 88591....................$800 (2) 2003 WACKER RT820, S/N 5396924 ..............$6,500 (4) 2006 WACKER RT82SC, S/N 5671753 ............$9,200

CONCRETE PUMPS 2000 CONCORD CCP 36M15, S/N 1M2K197C21M017771 ......................................$121,500 1999 Mack MR688, S/N 1M2K189C5XM013746.............. ............................................................................$89,800 2004 MACK MR688S, S/N 1M2K197C74M023571 .......... ..........................................................................$182,300

CONVEYORS 2005 POWERSCREEN 1400, S/N 6614644 ........$101,500 2006 POWERSCREEN M85, S/N 6103501 ..........$38,500 2007 RADIAL CONVEYOR STACKING, S/N 24X60-070101 ....................................................................$12,200

2006 ATLAS COPCO ECM590, S/N 11457 ........$161,500 2008 DITCH WITCH JT1220, S/N J1220A80000278 ........ ............................................................................$64,000 2007 DITCH WITCH JT520, S/N CMWFT5XXE70000081.. ............................................................................$40,000

EXCAVATORS 2001 BOBCAT 331D, S/N 232511818 ..................$12,200 2002 BOBCAT 341D, S/N 233212073 ..................$19,100 2001 DAEWOO S170-V, S/N 1041 ......................$30,000 2001 DEERE 200LC, S/N 501934 ........................$32,000 2004 DEERE 330CLC, S/N 82918 ........................$54,500 2004 HITACHI EX550LC, S/N 7417 ....................$124,100 2006 HITACHI ZX350LC-3, S/N FF00ASP920074 ............ ..........................................................................$100,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 160C, S/N FF160CX044325 .............. ............................................................................$47,500 1998 JOHN DEERE 230LC, S/N FF0230X060077.............. ............................................................................$33,200 2004 JOHN DEERE 330C LC, S/N 082992 ..........$67,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 082448 ..............$59,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 083241 ..............$76,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 804394 ..............$76,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 330LC, S/N FF0330X080564.............. ............................................................................$39,500 2004 JOHN DEERE 330LC, S/N 082657 ..............$67,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 450CLC, S/N FF450CX091265 .......... ............................................................................$80,300 1999 JOHN DEERE 450L, S/N FF0450X090297 ..$49,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 450LC, S/N 90419 ................$51,700 1988 JOHN DEERE 790D, S/N 790DL007763......$12,200 2006 KOBELCO 70SR, S/N YT0306041 ....................POR 2002 KOBELCO SK200SR, S/N YB0201701 ........$38,500 2001 Kobelco SK250, S/N LL08U0421................$35,900 1998 KOBELCO SK300LC, S/N YCU0961 ............$24,500 2004 Kobelco SK330, S/N YC07-U0745 ..............$50,100 2003 KOBELCO SK480, S/N YS06U0273 ............$56,000 2007 KOMATSU 78MR, S/N 1002449..................$43,500 2001 KOMATSU PC300LC, S/N A84699 ..............$50,000 2000 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LE, S/N A84629 ......$45,500 (2) 2004 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, S/N J20408......$87,500 2003 KOMATSU PC400LC-6, S/N A85328 ..........$85,000 2005 KOMATSU PC600LC-7, S/N 20108 ..........$225,000 2007 TAKEUCHI TB145, S/N 14516716 ..............$34,100 2007 TAKEUCHI TB175, S/N 17515812 ..............$53,400 2003 VOLVO EC210BLC, S/N EC210BLC11522 ..$49,800 2007 VOLVO EC210CL, S/N 210C110192 ............$75,000 2003 VOLVO EC240BLC, S/N V10780..................$58,500 (6) VOLVO EC330BLC, S/N V10081 ..........From $60,800 2005 VOLVO EC360BLC, S/N 11632 ....................$93,600 2006 VOLVO EC460BLC, S/N 80037 ..................$139,500

FORESTRY 2002 JOHN DEERE 843H, S/N 882070 ................$49,000 1993 MORBARK WOLVERINE, S/N 4172 ............$19,800 2000 MULTITEK 3040-90XP FIREWOO, S/N 5050200 .... ............................................................................$36,500 2005 TIMBER KING TK722, S/N C10300205 ....$109,500 2005 WARATAH HTH622B, S/N 622342 ..............$48,500

HAMMERS

HORIZONTAL GRINDERS 2007 MORBARK 4600XL, S/N 188-1042 ..........$382,800

LIFT TRUCKS 2007 CLARK CMP70, S/N CMP570D-0894-9590 ............ ............................................................................$31,400 2006 GEHL RS5-34, S/N RS5JW0912223 ..........$26,000 2007 GENIE GTH-5519, S/N 16804 ....................$31,500 (2) 2004 KOMATSU FG35ST-7, S/N 103491..........$8,500 1994 Moffet M5000, S/N 4414 ..............................$4,400 (2) 2005 PRINCETON PB-50, S/N P10462 ..........$18,200 2000 Skytrak 8042, S/N 13340............................$21,100 (2) 2006 TAYLOR THC-300S, S/N 33008 ..........$100,000 2006 TAYLOR THC-400L, S/N 33106 ................$116,500

MISCELLANEOUS 2007 DITCH WITCH FX30, S/N FX30X0436 ........$27,500 1996 INGERSOLL RAND 185, S/N 144690 ............$3,800

TRACK TYPE TRACTORS 2001 DEERE 550H, S/N 898990 ..........................$31,000 2004 DEERE 650H, S/N 930092 ..........................$35,500 2004 DEERE 650H, S/N 931730 ..........................$35,500 2004 DEERE 650H LGP, S/N 926713 ..................$46,500 2004 DEERE 700H, S/N 938631 ..........................$52,500 2000 JOHN DEERE 450H, S/N 883527 ................$23,500 2003 JOHN DEERE 450H, S/N T0450HX913212 $27,500 2007 JOHN DEERE 450J LGP, S/N 117871 ........$40,800 1998 JOHN DEERE 650G LGP, S/N 84881.......... $24,500 (3) 2000 JOHN DEERE 650H, S/N 891545 ...................... ..................................................................From $29,500 2005 JOHN DEERE 850JLT, S/N TO850JX113640 ............ ..........................................................................$117,000 2004 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1578 ..............$39,600 2004 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1553 ..............$39,600 (2) 2005 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1721 ........$45,100

TRACTORS AG 2002 MASSEY FERGUSON 243, S/N J23115 ........$6,100 2005 MASSEY FERGUSON 461, S/N EP10060 ......$9,200 (4) 2003 MASSEY FERGUSON MF451-4, S/N BN15020 .. ....................................................................From $7,000 2002 McCORMICK F70XL, S/N PFKCM50202 ....$11,200

MIXER

TRAILER - REEFERS

(3) 2006 MACK CV713, S/N 1M2AG11C16M030801........ ............................................................................$78,000

MOTOR GRADERS

(2) 1999 TRAILER HEATED, S/N 1GRAA0620XB024202 .. ..............................................................................$3,900 1997 TRAILER REFRIGERATED, S/N 1GRAA062XVB089443 ..........................................$7,300

2004 JOHN DEERE 670CH, S/N DW670CH590183 .......... ............................................................................$82,100 2000 KOMATSU GD530A-2, S/N 210391 ............$51,500 2004 KOMATSU GD655-3C, S/N 51038 ............$112,300

2007 SMITHCO SL24034, S/N 1S9SS40227L476357 ...... ............................................................................$33,000

TRAILER SIDE DUMP

MULTI-PROCESSOR

TRENCHER

2002 Labounty UP30, S/N UP30204 ..................$26,200

1999 DITCH WITCH 3700LJ, S/N 3X0647 ............$3,900

PULVERIZER

TRUCK CRANES

1973 Bros LSPRM8A, S/N 4150 ............................$6,000

1987 LIEBHERR LTM1160, S/N 12413 ..............$295,200 1988 MACK RD690SX, S/N 1M2P199C7JW003016 ........ ............................................................................$62,000 2006 STERLING LT7501, S/N 2FZHATDCX6AV55737 ...... ..........................................................................$152,400

SCRAPERS - MOTORS 1988 JOHN DEERE 862B, S/N 744221 ................$17,000 (3) 1979 TEREX TS14B, S/N 17U0T61100 ...................... ..................................................................From $13,000

SCRAPER - PULL TYPE 1975 ROME R67H, S/N R67H10516 ......................$1,500

SCREENING PLANTS 2007 EXTEC E7, S/N 10502 ..............................$155,000 2006 WILDCAT 510 COUGAR, S/N 1W9SS26156F351462 ........................................$63,500

SKID STEER LOADERS 2002 BOBCAT A300, S/N 539911335 ..................$17,100 2007 DITCH WITCH XT850, S/N CMWXT850C8C80000256....................................$16,500 1998 JOHN DEERE 8875, S/N 040509 ................$10,000

SKIDDER 2003 JOHN DEERE 648G-III TC, S/N 588699 ......$45,500

STABILIZER/RECLAIMER 2005 ZIPPER AZ-480HD, S/N 109FS08235U022988........ ............................................................................$35,000

TUB GRINDER 1999 DIAMOND Z 1352BL1, S/N 1D9FX4232XN147001 .. ..........................................................................$150,800 2007 Vermeer TG7000, S/N 1VRY4536271000154 ........ ..........................................................................$378,000

WHEEL LOADERS 1999 DEERE 644H, S/N 572749 ..........................$46,700 1999 JOHN DEERE 444H, S/N DW444HX573676 ............ ............................................................................ $26,500 1999 JOHN DEERE 544H, S/N 572508 ................$35,000 2000 JOHN DEERE 624H, S/N 578008 ................$41,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 724J, S/N 588116 ................$70,500 (2) 2006 KAWASAKI KSS65Z-V, S/N 65C4-5475 .............. ..................................................................From $53,200 1998 KOMATSU WA180-3L, S/N A90247 ............$27,400 1997 KOMATSU WA250, S/N A70085..................$24,200 2006 KOMATSU WA250PT-5L, S/N A79287 ........$63,000 1998 KOMATSU WA450-3, S/N 53217 ................$36,900 2001 VOLVO L70D, S/N V19086 ..........................$41,400 2005 VOLVO L70E, S/N V60611 ..........................$71,000

Machines are located in various parts of the U.S. Please call for locations and pricing. Visit our website at FCCEF.com for pictures and more information. Call Darold Longhofer at (904)625-9259 or Cell (904)610-7939 or Home (904)880-3587. Allen Breinig at (904)625-9290. Tom Camphire at (904)625-9263. In Mexico call Luis Ramirez at 01 81 24 51 42 34 or cell 044 81 15 08 47 96. El Cercado (Monterrey) NL. Email daroldlonghofer@fccef.com. thomascamphire@fccef.com allenbreinig@fccef.com

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Wis. Family Wins Free Use of a Gehl 5240E Skid Loader Gehl Company awarded the free use of a Gehl model 5240E skid loader to the Kendall family of Mineral Point, Wis., at the Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, held in July 2009. Fred and Ann Kendall stopped by the Gehl booth, attracted by the “chromedout” 150th anniversary commemorative Gehl model 7810E skid loader on display, and registered for a chance to win the free use of a skid loader. “We were there with two of our boys and we each decided to fill out an entry. I guess I was the lucky one,” Ann said. The 5240E skid loader joins a Gehl model 4835 skid loader, which the Kendalls use primarily for cleaning sheds. “We’ll never be without a Gehl skid loader on the farm,” said Ann. “Once we got one we learned what an important tool it was around the farm.”

(L-R) are Fred and Ann Kendall of Fritz Aschliman of Farmer’s Store of Mineral Point, Wis.

Summer Olympics Loss Forces Chicago to Rethink City Plans By Deanna Bellandi ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

CHICAGO (AP) Chicago’s dream of an Olympics-sized stimulus was dashed when the 2016 Summer Games were awarded to Rio de Janeiro, and the loss amounts to more than a bruised ego for the third-largest U.S. city. Officials can no longer trumpet the $13.7 billion citywide economic impact local Olympics organizers estimated would come of games-related jobs, construction, tourism and transportation. They’ll also have no excuse for distraction in a city grappling with a mounting deficit and violence that has led to dozens of deaths of city teens each year. The loss marked a stunning defeat for Mayor Richard M. Daley, who spent three years working to sell Chicago residents on the games, often highlighting job creation and a financial influx that would help the city emerge from a recessionary slump. “I just know so many construction workers who thought their next seven years were going to be full of work,” said Jane Zefran, a semi-retired Chicago resident. “Now, heavens only knows what will happen. It’s such a shame.”

Fresh off a plane from the International Olympic Committee meeting in Copenhagen, Daley said people shouldn’t be disheartened about Chicago’s future because the city lost the 2016 Summer Games. “We have a great city,” he said. “These are great people. We have a future just as bright as anyone else.” People around town seem doubtful the loss will scar Daley as he mulls whether to seek a seventh term in 2011 — at which point he will have 22 years in office and become Chicago’s longest-serving mayor. “I don’t think he will be looked at like a loser,” said Angela Byrd, a teacher’s assistant from Chicago. Still, a recent Chicago Tribune/WGN poll showed Daley’s approval rating had sunk to 35 percent in part because of skepticism over the Olympics and an unpopular deal to lease city parking meters to a private contractor. And the mayor was in Copenhagen as an unwelcome spotlight again shone on his city after a 16-year-old honors student was beaten to death while walking to a bus stop after school. Back at home, one of the first big issues the mayor will have to deal with comes when U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Education Secretary Arne Duncan meet

with school officials, students and residents to talk about chronic school violence. Daley is likely to be asked yet again what can be done to address the issue. As for jobs, at least some of the anticipated construction still should materialize because the city has pledged to move forward with redeveloping the site that would have been the Olympic Village. The plan calls for transforming the site of a shuttered South Side hospital complex into a mixeduse, mixed-income neighborhood. City contracts already are out for some demolition work and the city plans to sell the land to private developers. But without the games, many improvements to infrastructure, like public transportation, won’t see the speed-up of federal assistance the city expected from a successful Olympics bid. “Unfortunately, not having the bid means that many of those projects will take much longer to complete, but they are still on the table and we will move forward,” said Chicago Alderman Brendan Reilly. Advocates hoped the Olympics would provide the leverage needed in lobbying for funds to overhaul aging transportation systems that support trains on old tracks and

crowded roads that need work. “It doesn’t diminish the need to figure out how to fund this stuff, but it is disappointing,” said Barry Matchett of the Environmental Law & Policy Center, a Chicago-based advocacy group. The Chicago Transit Authority’s elevated subway system is perhaps the most troubled. Some of the worst track has recently been fixed, partly drawing on federal stimulus funds. But some stretches of the more than 240-mi. (386-km)-network remain so shoddy that trains meant to travel more than 50 mph (80 kmh) must slow to the pace of a horse at a trot. Chicago’s Metra commuter trains are better off, but hardly trouble free. The International Olympic Committee’s evaluation report had singled out Metra, saying it would be hard-pressed to handle what would be more than double the peak commuter traffic during the games. Alderman Tom Tunney said the city must quickly move on and refocus efforts on other growth areas like green technology, manufacturing and its reputation as the country’s freight rail hub. “In this economy there is no time for sulking. No, no, no, no, no,” he said.


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1999 Dynapac CC122, Stk 1693 ..................$10,100

2004 Dynapac CC122, Stk 1694 ..................$14,500

2006 Dynapac CC122, Stk 1657 ..................$18,950

2001 Dynapac CC142, Stk 1651 ..................$19,800

2002 Dynapac CC142, Stk 1695 ..................$20,900

2006 Dynapac CC142, Stk 1658 ..................$24,600

1997 LeeBoy 1000B, Stk 9L05195 ...... 2006 LeeBoy 1000F, Stk 1696.............. 2007 Bomag 3313, Stk 2B05202 ........ 2008 Bomag 814-2, Stk 2B04280 .......... ................................................$11,900 ................................................$24,500 ................................................$54,500 ..................................................$85,000

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IAAP, Caterpillar to Host Safety Seminar at Par-A-Dice Hotel The Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP), in conjunction with Caterpillar, will conduct a training seminar on Nov. 2 and 3 designed to help employees understand safe work habits and recognize unsafe conditions when using heavy equipment. This seminar will include: • Tire Safety Fundamentals • Areas of Vision Around Heavy Equipment • Pre-Shift Inspections • Caterpillar Safety Training and Resources • Tie Off Procedures and Fall Protection • What’s Coming From Cat: Designed Safety • Aggregate Equipment Demonstration This safety seminar may fulfill MSHA’s requirements for Part 46 training. The evening of Nov. 2, Caterpillar dealers have offered to host a reception dinner at the Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center. Attendees who would like to attend this dinner must arrive at the Par-A-Dice Hotel & Casino in East Peoria before 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 2. Bus transportation leaving from the hotel will be provided for this reception dinner. Additionally, all attendees are invited to join us for the IAAP’s Safety Committee meeting at 1 p.m. on Nov. 2 inside the Par-A-Dice Hotel. Please indicate on the registration form if you plan to attend the reception dinner. To ensure seminar program quality, seminar enrollment is limited to the first 100 people registering. For more information, visit www.iaap-aggregates.org.

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CRAWLER TRACTORS

2007 Kobelco SK-350LC8 EROPS, A/C, Plumbed, 700 Hrs ........ ..........................................................................................P.O.R. 2006 Kobelco SK-290LC A/C, Very Good Condition, 2,700 Hrs.. ......................................................................................$105,000 2008 Kobelco SK-260LC8 60ft Long Reach ..............FOR RENT 2007 Kobelco SK-260LC8 A/C, Plumbed, NEW ................P.O.R. 2006 Kobelco SK-250LC 60ft. Long Reach, 2,000 Hrs $145,000 2005 Kobelco SK-250LC A/C, Plumbed, Very Good Cond. ........ ........................................................................................$85,000 (4) 2008 Kobelco SK-210LC8 Cab, A/C, Aux Hyd, NEW ............ ............................................................................From $125,000 2006 Kobelco SK-210LC A/C, Hyd. Thumb, 2,500 Hrs ..$85,000 2007 Kobelco SK-170 LC8 Cab, A/C, NEW........................P.O.R. 2007 Kobelco SK-160LC 42" Bucket, A/C ......................$99,000 2005 Kobelco SK-160LC A/C, QC, Hyd. Thumb, 1,600 Hrs ........ ........................................................................................$65,000 2001 Kobelco SK-160LC A/C, Manual Thumb, One Owner ........ ........................................................................................$43,000 2009 Kobelco ED195 Blade Runner, A/C, Plumbed, NEW P.O.R. 2008 Kobelco ED150 Blade Runner, A/C, NEW ................P.O.R. 2007 Kobelco ED150 Blade Runner, A/C, NEW ................P.O.R. (3) 2007 Kobelco 135SR LC A/C, plumbed, wide pads, short radius, NEW ......................................................................P.O.R. 2009 Gradall XL4100, 6x4, A/C, NEW..........................$350,000 2006 JD 180CW Wheel Exc, QC, Ditch Bkt, 1,300 Hrs ..$89,000 2004 JD 160C LC A/C, plumbed, excellent cond, 1,400 Hrs........ ........................................................................................$75,000 2006 Cat 330DL A/C, QC, 1,600 Hrs ............................$190,000 2003 Cat 320CL, Aux. Hyd., One Owner, 5300 Hrs ........$63,000 2000 Cat 318BL, A/C, Good Condition, 4030 Hrs ..........$51,000 2007 Komatsu PC220LC-8, A/C, 48" Bkt, 1,100 Hrs ....$105,000

2006 Cat D8T EROPS, A/C, New Cat UC, 4 bbl Ripper $440,000 2006 Cat D8T EROPS, A/C, SU Blade, 2,700 Hrs ........$420,000 2007 Cat D6K XL EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 900 Hrs ..........$140,000 (2) 2004 Cat D6R LGP EROPS, A/C, Str. Blade, One Owner........ ..............................................................................$105,000 ea. 2001 Cat D6R XL, EROPS, A/C, S/U Blade ....................$95,000 2007 Cat D6R XWIII, EROPS, A/C, 2500 Hrs ..............$185,000 2003 Cat D6R XW, EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, Sweeps, New U/C ........ ......................................................................................$125,000 2001 Cat D6M LGP, EROPS, A/C, 6-Way........................$67,500 1995 Cat D6H XL, EROPS, A/C, S/U Blade ....................$72,000 2007 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 2,900 Hrs ....$137,000 2004 Cat D5N XL OROPS, 6-Way blade, exc. Condition, 1,700 Hrs ..................................................................................$93,000 (2) 2003 Cat 973C EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ............$95,000 ea. 2006 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket, 2,900 Hrs ....$155,000 2004 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket, 4,200 Hrs ....$127,000 2002 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket, 8,400 Hrs ......$79,000 1995 Cat 963B EROPS, GP Bucket, good cond, 7,296 Hrs ........ ........................................................................................$45,000 2006 Cat MT865B, Excellent Condition, 2700 Hrs........$165,000 2005 JD 750J LGP EROPS, A/C, 6-Way Blade, 2,100 Hrs .......... ......................................................................................$107,000 2005 JD 700J XLT, EROPS, A/C, 6-Way Blade................$79,000 2005 JD 700H LGP EROPS, A/C, 6-Way Blade, 3,500 Hrs .......... ........................................................................................$79,000 2006 JD 650J XLT EROPS, A/C, Laser System, 650 Hrs ............ ......................................................................................$110,000

LOADER/BACKHOES 2008 NH B110 EROPS, 4WD, E-Hoe, A/C ..........................P.O.R. 2008 NH B95 A/C, Aux Hyd, Pilot Controls, RC, NEW ......P.O.R. 2007 NH B95 EROPS, A/C, 4WD, E-Hoe, Pilot Con., 168 Hrs .... ........................................................................................$55,000 2005 JD 310G EROPS, 4WD, Standard Hoe ..................$38,500 2004 JD 310G EROPS, 4WD, Standard Hoe ..................$38,500 2001 Cat 416CIT, EROPS, 4WD, E-Hoe ..........................$29,000 FULL LINE OF NEW HOLLAND LOADER BACKHOES AVAILABLE

MINI/MIDI EXCAVATORS 2008 Kobelco 80 CS EROPS, A/C, New..........................$75,000 2007 Kobelco SK 70 SR Steel or Rubber, EROPS, A/C, 300 Hrs ........................................................................................$65,000 2007 Kobelco 50SR-3 EROPS, A/C, Aux Hyd, Rubber Tracks, NEW ..................................................................................P.O.R. 2007 Kobelco 35SR3 (1) OROPS, (1) EROPS, NEW ........P.O.R. 2008 Kobelco 17SR OROPS, Expandable Tracks, NEW ....P.O.R. 2003 Bobcat 325D OROPS, Rubber Tracks, 1900 Hrs ..$15,000 Hitachi ZX70 EROPS, Steel Tracks ................................$35,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2006 Cat 950H EROPS, A/C, 1,700 Hrs........................$159,000 2003 Cat 950G EROPS, A/C, RC, 4,500 Hrs ..................$99,000 2006 Cat 938G EROPS, A/C, RC, 1,000 Hrs ..................$99,000 2006 Cat 938G EROPS, A/C, RC, 2,000 Hrs ..................$87,500 2006 Cat 930G EROPS, A/C, QC, 2,800 Hrs ..................$85,000 (2) 2006 Cat 928GZ EROPS, A/C, QC, LOW Hrs ......$82,500 ea. 2001 Cat 902 EROPS, QC, 2,200 Hrs ............................$37,500 2001 Volvo L220E EROPS, A/C, 7yd Bkt, Radio, RC, 12,971 Hrs ......................................................................................$130,000 1998 Volvo L180C EROPS, A/C, RC, 17,000 Hrs ..........$67,000 2007 NH W190 EROPS, A/C, 4.25 yd GP Bkt, 900 Hrs $145,000 2006 JD 644J, EROPS, A/C, RC......................................$82,000 2005 JD 544J, EROPS, A/C, QC, 1,800 Hrs....................$87,000 1989 JD 444E, EROPS, GP Bkt ......................................$21,500 2003 Komatsu WA180-3RT, EROPS, GP Bkt, 4,813 Hrs $57,500 2005 Hyundai HL740-7, EROPS, A/C, 2,100 Hrs ..........$55,000 1975 Case W20, EROPS, GP Bkt....................................$12,000 Michigan 175B, OROPS, GP Bkt ......................................$7,500

COMPACTORS 2007 IR SD122F 84" Padfoot w/Blade ............................$95,000 2003 IR SD100F 84" Padfoot, 609 Hrs ..........................$75,000 2005 IR SD100D-TF 84" Smooth Drum, 500 Hrs ..........$75,000 2006 IR SD77DX 66" Smooth Drum, 500 Hrs ................$59,000 2003 IR SD77F 66" Padfoot w/Blade ..............................$42,000 2004 IR SD70D, 66” Smooth Drum, 830 Hrs ................$49,500 2005 IR SD70D OROPS, 66" Smooth Drum, 787 Hrs ....$55,000

2003 IR SD70D OROPS, 66" Smooth Drum, 1,300 Hrs $38,000 1999 IR SD70F OROPS, 66" Padfoot, 2,500 Hrs ............$40,000 2004 Bomag BW177AD 66" Smooth Drum w/Shell Kit, OROPS, 1,300 Hrs........................................................................$45,000 2004 Bomag BW177PDH OROPS, 66" Padfoot, 1,400 Hrs ........ ........................................................................................$48,000 Ingersoll Rand DD12 32" Double Drum Roller, 321 Hrs $13,000 (2) 2002 Vibromax 605D OROPS, 66" Padfoot, 1,800 Hrs.......... ........................................................................................$37,000 2007 Dynapac CA150D 66" Smooth Drum, 30 Hrs ........$59,000

FORKLIFTS (10) 06-09 SkyTrak 10054, EROPS, 10,000#, 54Ft. Tilt Carriage ..........................................................................Start at $71,000 (12) 06-09 SkyTrak 8042, EROPS, 8000#, 42Ft, Tilt Carriage .... ..........................................................................Start at $49,000 (9) 05-09 SkyTrak 6042, EROPS/OROPS, 6000#, 42Ft, Tilt Car ..........................................................................Start at $31,000 2007 SkyTrak 6036, EROPS w/Heat, 6000#, 36Ft, Tilt Car, 700 Hrs ................................................................................$52,000 2005 SkyTrak 6036, OROPS, 6000#, 36Ft, 1900 Hrs ....$31,000 2004 SkyTrak 6036, OROPS, 6000#, 36Ft, 2500 Hrs ....$34,000 2008 JLG G12-55A, OROPS, 12,000#, 55Ft, 143 Hrs ......P.O.R. 2007 JLG G9-43A, EROPS, Sidetilt, 9000Lb, 43Ft, 1000 Hrs .... ..........................................................................................P.O.R. 2004 JLG G9-43A, OROPS, 9000#, 43Ft, 1500 Hrs ......$44,000 2007 JLG G6-42A, EROPS, Sidetilt, 6600Lb, 42Ft, 1000 Hrs .... ..........................................................................................P.O.R. 2007 JLG G5-19A, EROPS, 5000Lb, 19Ft, 1300 Hrs ........P.O.R. 2006 Gehl RS5, 6000#, 35Ft, 400 Hrs ..........................$35,000 2006 Gehl RS6, OROPS, 6000#, 36Ft, 1900 Hrs ..........$28,000 2005 Gehl RS6, 6000Lb, 36Ft, 1100 Hrs ......................$38,000 2005 Mustang 634, 6000Lb, 34Ft, 541 Hrs ..................$45,000 1998 Carelift 6044, 6000Lb, 44Ft, 3315 Hrs ................$23,000 1998 Traverse 6035, 6000Lb, 35Ft, 600 Hrs ................$25,000 2007 Lull 1044C-54, OROPS, 10,000#, 54Ft, 1100 Hrs $72,000 1999 Lull 1044C-54, OROPS, 10,000#, 54Ft, 900 Hrs ..$32,000 1998 Lull 644B-37, 6000Lb, 37Ft, 4150 Hrs ................$28,000 FULL LINE OF NEW SKY TRAK & JLG FORKLIFTS AND MANLIFTS

GRADER/SCRAPERS/TRUCKS 2004 Cat 140H EROPS, A/C, Push Block, Rear Rip. ....$145,000 2006 Cat 613C II EROPS, A/C, Exc. Condition, 1,500 Hrs .......... ......................................................................................$150,000 (2) Cat 631B Hydraulic Pull Scraper ........................$30,000 ea. Terex TS-14B EROPS, A/C..............................................$25,000 2006 E-Ject E-22, 22Yd. Hyd. Pull Scraper ....................$75,000 (2) 2005 Cat 725, Matched Pair, Excellent Condition, 2500 Hrs.. ..............................................................................$225,000 Ea. 2002 Cat 725, Articulated Dump Truck, 23.5x25 Tires, 5500 Hrs ................................................................................$152,000 (2) 2008 Volvo A25D, 25 Ton Articulated Trucks, Like New ........ ..............................................................................$225,000 Ea. *OTHER MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT, PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS NOT LISTED CALL IF YOU DON'T SEE SOMETHING YOU'RE LOOKING FOR


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ICUEE Welcomes More Than 16,500 Attendees to Louisville

Walt Wood of Komatsu America Corp. demonstrates the new Komatsu WA 50 compact wheel loader.

Robert Litman of Litman Excavating gets ready to run this Komatsu PC88M miniexcavator.

ICUEE from page 12

Brad Oaks of Rockland Manufacturing Co. demonstrates the easy dig attachment attached to this Komatsu PC78MR mini-excavator.

Isaac Snyder of Snyder Construction competes in one of the Volvo events with this Volvo EC35C compact excavator.

The Ditch Witch Dragster was on display at the ICUEE show.

Jeff Powell, general product manager of Liebherr Construction Equipment Co., shows off the Liebherr 900 wheeled excavator.

Mike Allison (L) of Duke Energy, John Evans (seated) of Duke Energy and Bud Martin, sales manager of Terramite, pose with the Terramite T7.

Bob Beesley (L) of Komatsu America Corp. shows the engine of this Komatsu SK815 skid steer to Lee Wirthwein of L&M Excavating. see ICUEE page 24

Larry Wild of JCB demonstrates the JCB 3CX-14 backhoe loader’s versatility.


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Mustang 940E, 40hp loader, T-bar steering, single pin FAT, tooth bucket, 10x16.5 tires @ 25%, I/D: 499606, 2057 hours $8,495

Mustang 2041, 46hp Yanmar, 1474# load, open ROPS, counterweight, 10x16.5 tires, 55" smooth bucket, I/D: 0016532308, 237 hours $15,995

Mustang 2086, 80hp Cummins, cab, heat, I/D: 0030032312, 285 hours $25,295

Takeuchi TL150, 97hp rubber trackloader, Cab w/Heat & A/C, joystick controls – CASE control pattern, 80" tooth bucket, I/D: 5023572324, 900 hours $39,995

Takeuchi TL120, 52hp rubber track loader, open ROPS, I/D: 200288, 40 hours $24,995

Takeuchi TL130, 67hp rubber track loader, open ROPS, I/D: 308810, 687 hours $24,895

Takeuchi TL140, 81hp rubber track loader, cab, heat, A/C, NEW TRACKS, I/D: 4024482322, 2740 hours $23,995

Gehl 883, 8,000# lift, 40' boom, open ROPS, 50% rubber, 48" carriage w/ forks, I/D: 077242, 7400 hours $14,995

Gehl CT6-18, 84hp Perkins, cab, heat, A/C, blocker heat, I/D: 220076, 1452 hours $40,995

Gehl RS534, 99hp John Deere, cab, heat, foam filled tires, I/D: 811412, 2000 hours $25,995

Gehl RS8, 115hp John Deere, open ROPS, PWP, susp seat, I/D: 216290, 416 hours $68,995

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Bobcat S185 Turbo, 56hp Kubota, 1,850# load rating, open ROPS, 10x16.5 tires new rubber, 67" tooth bucket, I/D: 036163, 1370 hours $15,995

Atlas Copco XAS97JD, JD engine, 185 CFM air compressor, 100 psi normal working pressure, highway trailer, I/D: 016680, 900 hours $6,995

Lift-All Bucket Truck, One man fiberglass bucket, hydraulic tool circuit, rear A-style outriggers, Astoria 11-ft. fiberglass body w/ 40" side packs. Mounted on 1996 Chevy 3500HD, 6.5 liter diesel, automatic trans., brake controller, 148,000 miles, 15,000 GVWR, I/D: 118520 $14,995

Sky Trak 5028, 5,000# lift, 28' boom, open ROPS, 48" carriage w/ 48" forks, I/D: 9D2494, 3050 hours $17,500


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(L-R): Rayco’s Jamie Stephenson catches up with Rayco Distributors Grant Guley, Garnett Rogers and Dru Bridwell, all of Ditch Witch of Oklahoma.

(L-R): Greg Lingner, Josh Kemmerer, Rory Mullarney, Mark Graham and Tim Riordan were on hand to discuss turning iron to green at the Ritchie Bros. booth.

(L-R): AlturnaMats’ Phil Schounard, Jan Oster and Greg Wheeling welcome attendees to their exhibit.

Visitors Treated to More Than 150 Exhibits at ICUEE 2009 ICUEE from page 22

Jordan Mitchell (R) of Diamond Blade Warehouse shows the latest blades to Denny Wilhoite (L) and Jesse Wilhoite, both of Lebanon Utilities.

(L-R): Zeke Hendrix and Todd Dufur of Doosan, are joined by Doosan dealer and Louisville native Steve Ratliff of Air Systems LLC.

In front of the Knapheide water truck are Jamie Trent (L) and Pam Hill, both of Knapheide Manufacturing Co. in Quincy, Ill.

Rick Jerkovitz (L) and Gary Searle of ALT Sales Corp. catch up on the latest industry news while at the ICUEE show.

(L-R): Freightliner’s CFO Roger M. Nielsen, Senior Vice President of Engineering & Technology Elmar Boeckenhoff and Public Relations Manager Maria McCullough unveiled the new Coronado severe-duty vocational truck at the ICUEE Show.

(L-R): Despite the rain, spirits were high at Fecon’s outdoor exhibit where Brian Sellers, Mark Ferguson and Matt Warfel introduced attendees to see their line of land clearing equipment.

The wraps are off the new Freightliner Coronado severe-duty vocational truck at the ICUEE show.


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RANCO ANVIL SIDEDUMPS 3 Year Structure Warranty Ranco Anvil Standard Components: • Replaceable King Pin • Parking Legs - Two Speed • Bolt on Front and Rear Fenders • Rockwell 25,000 lb. 5” Tubular Axle w/Stemco Seals • 16.5” x 7” Air Brakes w/Auto Slack Adjusters • Rockwell-Wabco ABS Brake System • Outboard Hubs w/Centrifuse Drum • 8.25 x 24.5 Steel Disc Wheels • 11R24.5 Michelin Tires • Circuit Breaker Protected Sealed Beam Lights • Wiring in Loom and Enclosed in Trailer Frame • Sealed Document Holder • Ranco Artic White Paint • 3/16” Tub Sheeting in Lieu of Standard 1/4”

RANCO PREMIER SERIES BOTTOM DUMP TRAILERS Ranco Premier Series Features: • Rubber Bushed Oscillating King Pin Plate - Never needs grease! • Bolt on Rear Fenders - Easy to repair! • 7” OR 8” Gate Cylinders - Plenty of Opening Power • Filter and Lubricator in Protected Location

• Pin Setting Gate Equalizers - No Chains to fool with • 22,500 lb. 5” Tubular Axles with Stemco Oil Seals • Outboard Hub-Piloted Hubs with Centrifuge Drums • 16 1/2 x 7” Air Brakes w/Automatic Slack Adjusters • 16 ply Michelin Radial Tires

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Pioneer Becomes First ABC-Certified Green Contractor Pioneer Construction, one of the largest full-service general contracting, design-build, and construction management companies in Michigan, Oct. 1 announced it has been named a certified green contractor by Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC). Pioneer is the first contractor in the Midwest and just the ninth in the nation to receive this designation. The ABC Green Contractor Certification program is designed to document the construction community’s efforts to develop a sustainable workplace environment — both on and off the job site — while also recognizing ABC-member firms that are green industry leaders. To achieve certification from ABC’s National Green Building Committee, Pioneer was evaluated by ABC and a third-party, onsite assessor to determine if its company policies and workplace practices met certain sustainability criteria. ABC’s Certified Green Contractor program focuses on the green initiatives ABC-member firms undertake in the workplace. “Pioneer is proud to be a company that not only delivers ‘buildings that perform,’ but also embraces sustainable practices in our day to day business operations. This helps us meet the needs of our clients with specific sustainability goals, and its good business,” said Tim Showalter, president and CEO of Pioneer Construction. “In many cases, the energy efficiency, employee productivity and other performance objectives of our clients motivate them to pursue building projects that already have many of the green characteristics that help attain LEED Certification or sustainable construction goals.” “ABC members have been on the forefront of the green building movement since its inception, but ABC also believes in stretching green achievements beyond the construction process and into the workplace,” said W. Brewster Earle, chairman of the ABC National Green Building Committee. “The Green Contractor Certification program is another step in ABC’s goal to provide support and recognition for those firms that are setting an example for the industry by promoting green practices within the company and those that would like to create sustainability in the workplace as well as in construction practices.” Each certified company must complete 13 prerequisites ranging from the electronic distribution of documents to establishing an aggressive recycling program. In addition, companies are required to fulfill at least 12 out of 36 elective items that include conducting a professional energy audit, engaging in water conservation efforts and providing incentives for carpooling or using public transportation. Each company also must achieve four education and training benchmarks, such as instructing employees on sustainability issues and requiring at least 25 percent of eligible managers to receive green building awareness education. For more information, visit www.greenconstructionatwork.com/Certification.

(L-R) are Lucas Peed, Bud PeCoy and Mark Swedlund, all of Mid Country Machinery.

Mid Country Machinery signed an agreement with the Des Moines chapter of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to donate 10 percent of all income derived from the rental of the machines for the next 54 months, an amount that is expected to total between $25,000 and $30,000 during the life of the agreement.

MCM Rents Raises Awareness in Iowa

While purchasing the 80-ft. (24.3 m) tall machines was nothing new, PeCoy and company had the machines painted a special pink color at the JLG factory and added custom decals to the boom with their company’s “Reach High for the Cure” slogan, and other decals promoting Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists.

When Bud PeCoy decided he wanted to raise awareness about breast cancer, he did it — literally. In fact, he not only raised awareness, he lifted it more than 80-ft. (24.3 m) in the air. PeCoy, of Mid Country Machinery (MCM), a construction equipment dealer and rental company headquartered in Fort Dodge, Iowa, along with partners Mark Swedlund, Lucas Peed and Bob Conaway, were looking to find a way to give back to the community when they learned that the wife of one of their customers suffered from breast cancer. Seeing this as a worthwhile cause, they decided to create a breast cancer awareness campaign by purchasing two special JLG Model 800S telescoping boom lifts to add to their rental fleet. While purchasing the 80-ft. tall machines was nothing new, PeCoy and company had the machines painted a special pink color at the JLG factory and added custom decals to the boom with their company’s “Reach High for the Cure” slogan, and other decals promoting Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists. In addition to painting and decaling the booms to promote breast cancer awareness, Mid Country Machinery also signed an agreement with the Des Moines chapter of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to donate 10% of all income derived from the rental of the machines for the next 54 months, an amount that is expected to total between $25,000 and $30,000 during the life of the agreement. Because of the current volume of construction activity to build and enlarge existing hospital facilities throughout Iowa, PeCoy plans to send the 80-ft. tall pink JLG boom lifts to those sites as often as possible. In fact, PeCoy said, “If painting our booms pink and adding decals to support the cause can increase awareness of breast cancer, we may even order more pink booms. Hopefully, this is just the beginning of our contribution.”


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TERRIFIC VALUES ON REMANUFACTURED TRAMAC BREAKERS 6 MONTH WARRANTY INCLUDED

TRADE IN YOUR OLD 5,000 OR 7,500 FT LB BREAKER

Model

Description

Impact Class

Year

Carrier Range -lb

SC22 SC22 125SX V32

Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic

550 ft-lbs 550 ft-lbs 1,000 ft-lbs 5,000 ft-lbs

2007 2007 2003 1999

4,850-11,700 4,850-11,700 8,800-22,050 39,700-66,150

Breaker Breaker Breaker Breaker

Trade in your used 5,000 or 7,500 ft-lb breaker with the purchase of the V1200 or V1600 V1200 V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V46

Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic

Breaker Breaker Breaker Breaker Breaker Breaker Breaker

5,000 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500

ft-lbs ft-lbs ft-lbs ft-lbs ft-lbs ft-lbs ft-lbs

2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2005

Budrovich Crane rental is quickly becoming the leader in Midwest crane rental services. We are known for our superior equipment, operators and service with mobile hydraulic cranes ranging in size from 2-550 tons. Now, after 40 years of taking our customers to new heights, we have added a Manitowoc 999 and 0DQLWRZRFWRRXUÁHHWWR meet the increasing demand for hoisting services which go above and beyond the St. Louis market. For your next project, let Budrovich Crane rental show you how we Run, Crawl and do it all. 314-892-3030 • www.budrovich.com

Tundra Tailgate Zone Powered by FABCO’s Cat Generators

39,700-66,150 48,500-77,200 48,500-77,200 48,500-77,200 48,500-77,200 48,500-77,200 59,500-88,200

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2008 2008

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For the second year in a row, the Green Bay Packers have created the Tundra Tailgate zone just outside Lambeau Field. Located in the parking lot on the stadium’s east side, this year the area includes two climate-controlled tents with many amenities. The larger of the two tents provides fans with the opportunity to listen to live music, get alumni autographs, purchase food and beverages and possibly even get their hands on some free Packer gear. The area is open to the public and there is no charge for admission. Those without game tickets can stick around to watch the game on the Zone’s large projection TV. A second tent on the site is used as a corporate hospitality area with

controlled access. All power for the Tundra Tailgate Zone is provided by a pair of Caterpillar generators supplied by FABCO. One 350kW and one 400kW unit are quietly doing their job providing whatever electrical needs are thrown their way. The Tundra Tailgate Zone is in operation during training camp and throughout the regular season. Should the Packers have what it takes to make it to the playoffs, the Zone also will be up and running during the post season. (This story first appeared in Fall 2009 Jobsite Solutions publication and was reprinted with permission of FABCO CAT)


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Visit: www.hulls151.com for Complete Inventory & Photos

RENTAL REDUCTIONS

PRE OWNED

*Buckets Sold Separately*

LOADER BACKHOES

LOADER BACKHOES

2004 JD 755C

1650 Hrs,Cab/AC/Heat, Like New! 98% UC,1 owner, super nice in & out! Must be seen to be appreciated! ........$89,900

2005 CASE 580SM-II LOAD/BH - CAB,AC, HEAT, 4X4, A-HYD, X-HOE, PILOT-C, OPS CONV PAC, F-PADS, DBATT, GOOD CONDITION, 820 HOURS, SAINT LOUIS, MO (39276R) ..........$51,000

2005 CATERPILLAR 963C CAB,AC, 43K, 100"-3.5-CU/YD, 22" PADS, GOOD CONDITION, 2310 HRS, ST. LOUIS, MO (39648R) ..........$125,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2005 JD 444J, AC, 3307 hrs, QC w/2.5 yd bkt, 20.5x25’s, Sharp! ............$65,900 2002 Volvo L90D, 7396 hrs, AC, 3.5 yd bkt, RC, 20.5R25, 80%, Sharp! ..$66,900 2004 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, AC, QC, 4233 hrs, 3rd valve, 3 yd ..............$63,900 2004 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, AC, QC, 6316 hrs, 3rd valve, 3 yd ..............$61,900 2007 JD 544J, AC, 10,175 Light Duty Hrs, new tires & paint, Nice! ..........$62,900 2002 Volvo L70D, cab, AC, heat, QC, 3 yd bkt, 58” forks, Nice! ................$57,500 1997 Kawasaki 70Z IV, C/H, 7700 hrs, 3.5 yd, new paint, 95% L5 tires ....$44,900 2005 Cat 906, A/C, 2031 hrs, QC bkt & forks, new paint, Nice!..................$41,500 1994 Case 621B, C/H, 8712 hrs, 2.5 yd. bkt, New Paint & tires ................$39,900 1998 JD 444H, cab, AC/heat, 12,218 hrs, QC w/2.5 yd bkt, Sharp! ..........$39,950 (2) 1978 JD 544B, C/H, 2 yd. bkt., 3976 & 11,000 hrs, Very Clean! ..........$17,500

LOADER BACKHOES & SKIP LOADERS 2007 CASE 570M XT, 297 hrs, AC, 4WD, Ride CTL, Turbo, 3 pt, bld ........$46,900 2005 JCB 214, C/H, 4x4, E-Hoe, Pilot Ctls, 919 hrs, 36” bkt., 3rd valve & Q/C to front bucket, (4/1 bkt avail), 50% tires, Like New Condition ........................$42,900 2005 Case 590SM II, cab, heat, std hoe, 4x4, 2888 hrs, X Sharp! ............$42,900 2003 NH LB90.B, cab, AC/heat, 4WD, ext hoe, 1044 hrs, Sharp! ..............$35,900

EXCAVATORS 2000 2003 1996 2003 2003 1996 2001 2000

Cat 325BL, AC, 5,119 hrs, aux hyd, sharp, local one owner ............$68,900 Cat 315CL, C/AC/H, 5021 hrs, 48” Bkt, V. Sharp & Tight! ................$58,900 Cat 320BL, C/AC/H, 8100 hrs, QC w/48” Bkt, 24” bkt avail ..............$51,900 Cat 311 CU, AC, 1894 hrs, zero turn, 34” bkt, Tight, Nice! ..............$45,900 Komatsu PC120-6E0, C/AC/H, 2380 hrs, plumbed, V Sharp! ..........$48,900 JD 590D, 6738 Hrs, Exc. U/C, 8'6" wide, Q/C w/36” bkt. Sharp! ......$31,500 Komatsu PC78US-5, A/C, 3738 hrs, rubber pads, new paint............$28,500 Bobcat 334 Mini, 928 hrs, Exc. Rubber Tires, Tight & Sharp! ..........$15,900

2004 2000 2000 2000 1999 1995 1991 1979 1991 1997 1986

JD 755C, CRL. LDR., AC, only 1631 Hrs, one owner, new uc ..........$89,900 JD 450H LT, cab, AC, 6 way, 2275 hrs, 75% UC, Very Sharp! ..........$39,950 JD 450H LGP, 3990 hrs, new UC, new poly paint..............................$35,900 Cat D3C XL, hystat, cab, heat, new Cat UC, 4110 hrs, Nice! ............$31,500 Komatsu D39E, 2545 hrs, 6 way, 85% uc, new paint, V. Good! ......$28,900 JD 550G IV, 6 way, 2703 hrs, 2 owners, Very Nice............................$26,900 Cat D4H, 5203 hrs, new Cat UC, 6-way, Very Sharp, 1 Owner! ........$32,900 JD750, cab, heat, str. blade w/tilt, low hours, 80% uc, Clean! ..........$23,910 JD550G, 6 way, 85% UC, new poly paint, Tight & Nice! ....................$23,900 Cat D4C, 6 way, 3652 hrs, 60% UC, Very Clean! ..............................$22,500 Case 450C, 6 way, 4674 hr, recent new UC and Paint, Exc! ............$17,500

2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2000 2000 1998

Case 40XT, cab, heat, 925 hrs, aux hyd, 65% tires, Sharp! ..............$15,900 JD 250, cab, AC, 1239 Hrs, 50% 12x16.5 tires w/steel tracks ..........$14,950 Cat 257B, track skid steer, 1870 hrs, excellent UC Sharp! ................$16,495 JCB 506C, 1250 hrs, 6000 lb, 36’ reach ht, 90% tires, like New ......$28,900 Sky Trak 6042, 1700 hrs, 4WD, 42’ reach, 70% tires, tight, Nice......$29,750 Sky Trak 8042, 8000 lb, 42’ reach, 4675 hrs, 80% tires, Exc! ..........$25,900 JCB 506C, 6000 lb, 42’ reach, 3500 hr, good tires, Exc Cond!..........$19,500 JCB 930, 4x4, 6000 lb, 21’ strt mast w/side shift, Very Nice! ............$18,950

2005 CASE 590SM-II LOAD/BH - CAB,AC, HEAT, 4X4, A-HYD, X-HOE, PILOT-C, RIDE-C, OPS CONV PAC, DBAT, GOOD CONDITION, 1815 HOURS, SAINT LOUIS, MO (39382R) ..........$45,000

2005 CASE 1850K (SERIES II) - CAB,AC, SEMI-U, 134" BLADE, 24" PADS, COLD START, CUMMINS, 190HP, GOOD CONDITION, 1510 HRS, O’FALLON, MO (39119R) ................$120,000

COMPACTION 2004 IR SD45D, 54" smooth drum, only 490 hrs ........................................$27,900 (SEE WEBSITE FOR PHOTOS)

HULL’S

IMPLEMENT 920-324-5341

www.hulls151.com Jct. Hwy 151 & 26 N.E. of Waupun, WI

ROLLERS SUPERPAC 400P ROLLER ROPS, 40"-PAD FOOT W/ KNOCK DOWN BLADE, DIESEL, GOOD CONDITION, QUINCEY, IL (46864) ............................$5,400 LOADERS

2005 CASE 450 LOADER ROPS,TIER II, 88 HP, FOOT-T, COLD START, 8,830LBS, 73"TOOTH, GOOD CONDITION, 560 HRS, QUINCY, IL (47523) ...... ......................................$23,600

1996 CASE 1840 LOADER ROPS, HAND-T, 10X16.5/GOOD, 63"-TOOTH, 54 HP, 5560 LBS, GOOD CONDITION, 1890 HRS, ST. LOUIS, MO (47206) ..$11,100 MISCELLANEOUS

DOZERS

2006 CASE 550H LGP DOZER - ROPS, 110”-B, PAT, 26”-GR, R-SCREEN, GREAT CONDITION, 590=H, ST. LOUIS, MO (42623R)$49,000

2006 CASE 340B HAUL TRUCK - CAB,AC, HEAT, 6X6, 79.366LB PAYLOAD, 456HP, 29.5XR25, BACKUP ALARM, COLD START AID, 63,900 LBS, GOOD CONDITION, 850 HRS, ST. LOUIS, MO (42906R) ..............................$220,000

LOADERS

BOOM/MAN LIFT 1999 JLG 450A, Genie Z45/25J, 50' art. boom, dual fuel, Both Nice ........$17,900 1999 JLG 600S, 60' straight boom, 3800 hrs, dual fuel, Nice!....................$19,950

2001 CASE 580 SUPER M L/BH - CAB,A/C, 4X4, X-HOE, RIDE-C, TWO LEVER, BUCKET-CPL, FPADS,TIRES / GOOD, 24” TOOTH, GOOD CONDITION, 5605 HRS, ST. LOUIS, MO (45576) ......................................$43,400

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2005 CASE 450 LOADER ROPS,TIER-II, 88HP, FOOT-T, RIDE-C, 12X16.5/ GOOD, BUCKET COUPLER, 82"-TOOTH,W/ BOE, GOOD CONDITION, 595 HOURS, QUINCEY, IL (46653) ...... ......................................$26,500

2005 TAKEUCHI TL130 CTL - ROPS, 67HP, BUALARM, 1500 HOURS, GOOD CONDITION, 1070 HRS, ST. LOUIS, MO (39726R)$17,500

ROLLERS 2003 CASE SV210 ROLLER ROPS, 66"-SHEEPSFOOT, 20,000LBS, SINGLE DRUM, 99HP, 35,970LBS OF CFORCE, ARTICULATED, BACK UP-A, 14.9X24, GOOD CONDITION, 1295 HOURS, ST. LOUIS, MO (36254R) ........ ................................$38,000

2003 CASE 90XT - ROPS, FOOTT, 33X15.5-16.5 HIPPO’S, BUCKET COUPL, BU-ALARM, 85HP, 8950 LBS, GOOD CONDITION, 2760 HOURS, ST. LOUIS, MO (47274) ..........................$14,500 1994 BOBCAT 753 LOADER ROPS, FOOT--C, 43.5HP, 10X16.5GREAT, 60” TOOTH, 4740 LBS, GREAT CONDITION, 1660-H, CASEYVILLE, IL (47687) ..$8,300

1995 RAYCO RG1625 STUMP GRINDER - TRAILER, GOOD TEETH, GAS,ANTI CREEP, 205-H, GOOD COND., ST. LOUIS, MO (45249)................................$7,000

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2006 Hitachi ZX160LC, S/N 1F1Q-006331 with 1,210 hours; Isuzu Engine, A/C, Heat, 16'10" Boom; 10'2" Stick; Bucket $110,000

2003 Hitachi ZX200LC S/N ARH-310232 with 4623 hours; Bucket; AM/FM Radio; 9'7" Stick $85,000

2004 Volvo EC160BLC, S/N 10370 with 3725 hours; Volvo Engine; 24" Track Pads; 17' Boom; 9'8" Stick; Bucket $90,000

2004 Euclid/Hitachi EH1000 S/N 77254 with 4378 hours; Heated Bed; 65 Ton Bed $525,000

2006 Volvo EC700BLC, S/N 10046 with 3505 hours; Volvo Engine; 36" Track Pads; A/C; Heat; Vandal Kit; Bucket $395,000

2004 Volvo L110E S/N 60237 with 21603 Hours; Volvo Engine; A/C; Heat; Boom Suspension; Solid Tires; JVC CD Player $105,000

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www.titanmachinery.com Bismarck, ND 701-250-7925

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2004 Case CX460, CJ2612, 5050 hours, 100,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 36” tracks 70%, 11’ arm, 54” GP bucket, Safety valve ......................................$150,000

2005 Case CX330, CS1348, 1025 hours, 78,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 10’ 8” arm, Control pattern, 32” tracks 90% ....................$139,500

2004 Case CX160, CG3740, 2335 hours, 36,300 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 2 buckets, Hydraulic thumb, Frost ripper ..............................$76,750

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2008 Kobelco SK210, CG3438, 575 hours, 45,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, JRB coupler, 32” track 100%, Control pattern, Long stick ................................................................................$157,500 2005 Terex TX340LC-1, CO1509, 1910 hours, 77,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, ACS hydraulic coupler, 13’ 5” arm, 34” track............ ........................................................................................$150,000 2005 Case CX330, C41201, 2030 hours, 78,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 10’ 8” arm, 21’ boom, Control pattern, 48” GP bucket ....................................................................................$125,000 2006 Case CX210, C30020, 1260 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 9’ 10” arm, Control pattern, 42” bkt. w/thumb ..................................................................$112,000 2002 Case CX330, CJ2613, 4370 hours, 78,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 10’ 8” arm, 32” tracks 80%, 48” GP bucket, Safety valve................................................................................$112,000 2006 Case CX160, C20030, 1970 hours, 36,300 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 8’10” arm, Control pattern, 36” bucket ............................................................................$100,000 2004 Case CX460, CO2187, 6490 hours, 100,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 11’ arm, 54” HD bucket, Hendrix quick coupler, 54” HD bucket ........................................................................$99,899 2005 Kobelco SK210LC, C40100, 2580 hours, 45,000 class, Cab/heat/air, 20’ 10” arm, 28’8” boom, 32” track, 60” ditching bkt.....................................................................................$96,000 2007 Case CX135SR, CN5129, 25 hours, 30,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 24” track, 36” GP bucket ..$94,949 2003 Caterpillar 320CL, C50200, 4295 hours, 46,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 9’ 7” arm, 32” track, 48” GP Bucket ............$90,909 2006 Kobelco SK160LC, C30018, 2000 hours, 36,800 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 10’ 2” arm, Control pattern, 36” GP bkt.....................................................................................$85,000 2006 Case CX210, CN5128, 2150 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 9’ 10” arm, Control pattern, 42” Bkt. w/Mechanical thumb ..............................................................................$84,800 2003 Case CX210, CL0843, 3600 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat./air, Aux. hydraulics, 9’ 8” arm, 42” GP bkt. w/hyd. Thumb, 32” tracks ............................................................$66,000 2002 Case CX210, CK1685, 4875 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 10’ arm, 32” track 50%, 48” GP bucket ..............................................................................$65,500 2005 Case CX80, CE3923, 1810 hours, 18, 300 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 6’ 11” arm, Swing boom, 24” bkt. w/teeth, 24” rubber track, Control Pattern..................................................$58,750

Articulated Haulers 2005 Case 330, CO1516, 2400 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 Michelin tires, Tailgate, TV monitor, Beacon, Cold start..$229,000 2007 Case 330B, CS1066, 1170 hours, Cab/heat/air, 650/65R25 tires, Auto lube system, Rear camera and monitor, Beacon .......... ........................................................................................$225,000 2007 Case 330B, CG3080, 1170 hours, Cab/heat/air, 650/65R25 tires, Auto lube system, Engine retarder, Camera, Beacon ............ ........................................................................................$225,000 2003 Volvo A35D, CJ2835, 2420 hours, Cab/heat/air, Contronic display, Spill guard, 6WD (Davenport)............................$189,000 2006 Terex TA30, CT0098, 1085 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 VLT Bridgestone tires, Heated body exhaust, Spill guard$185,000 2006 Terex TA30, C40116, 1970 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 VLT Bridgestone tires, Spill guard ..................................$175,000 2006 Case 330, CT0096, 1725 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 Michelin tires, Cold start ................................................$170,000 2005 Case 330, CJ1549, 2460 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 Michelin tires, Cold start, Remote mirrors, Rear TV ......$165,000 2005 Terex TA35, CO1441, 3050 hours, Cab/heat/air, 26.5R25 tires, Spill guard..............................................................$165,000 2005 Case 330, CT0086, 3375 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 XADN Michelin tires, Cold start, Mechanical endgate ....$150,000 2005 Case 330, C10038, 2200 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 XADN Michelin tires, Cold start ......................................$135,000

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Wheel Loaders 2008 Case 821E, CS1190, 655 hours, 4 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 tires 100%, 3rd hyd. Function ............ ........................................................................................$152,500 2008 Case 621E, CC0372, 315 hours, 3 yd bucket w/ACS coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5R25 tires 90%, 3rd hyd. Function$150,000 2007 Case 821E, CG3323, 1200 hours, 4 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 tires 100%, 3rd hyd. Function, RC...... ........................................................................................$149,000 2008 Case 621E, CJ2697, 5 hours, 2.5 yd bucket, Cab/heat/air, 20.5X25 L3 tires, 3rd hyd. Function, Cold weather pkg., RC ........ ........................................................................................$142,700 2007 Case 721E, CJ1926, 800 hours, 3 yd bucket w/ACS coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5X25 tires, 3rd hyd. Function ........$142,000 2008 Case 721E, CG3326, 770 hours, 3.5 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, 20.5R25 tires 100%, Reversing fan ........................$135,000 2009 621E XT, CJ2751, 5 hours, 2.5 yd w/ACS coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5X25 tires, 3rd hyd. Function, Secondary steering ..................................................................................$131,850 2006 Case 821E, CG3682, 1980 hours, JRB coulpler w/ 4 yd bkt., Cab/air, 23.5R25 70% tires, 96”x72” JRB forks, RC ............ ........................................................................................$123,500 2006 Case 721D, CC0106, 1305 hours, 3.5 yd bkt., Cab/air, 20.5R25 Michelin 85% tires, 3rd spool, RC ..................$114,900 2008 Case 521E, CG3691, 370 hours, JRB coupler w/2 yd bkt., Cab/air, 20.5x25 95% tires, 3rd spool, RC, 3 yr or 3,000 hrs. FM warranty..........................................................................$107,775 2004 Hyundai HL760-7, CS1364, 4325 hours, 4 yd bkt., Cab w/air, 23.5x25 40% tires, 3rd spool, limited slip, RC ......$86,495 2006 Case 521D, CR0138, 490 hours, 2.25 yd bkt., Cab/air, 17.5R25 100% tires, Z-bar, RC, Tool box ........................$79,900 2008 Case 221E, CG3329, 265 hours, Q/C 1.3 yd bkt., Cab w/air, 405/70R20 100% tires, Hi speed, w/forks ........................$75,000 2005 Case 721D, CK1603, 4545 hours, 3 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5R25 tires 40%, 3rd hyd. Function $73,753 2003 Case 621D, CN5121, 5205 hours, 2.5 yd bkt. w/ACS coupler, Cab w/air, 10% Michelin radials tires........................$67,547 2008 Case 221E, CH2088, 115 hours, 1.3 yd bkt w/universal coupler, Cab/heat/air, 3rd hyd. Function, Limited slip, RC $64,000 1990 Case 621, CS1416, 8500 hours, 2 yd bkt., Cab w/heat, 17.5x25 40% tires, 2 lever controls, Front brakes need work ...... ..........................................................................................$38,500

Backhoes 2007 Case 580SM-2, C40137, 1440 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat/air, pilot controls, RC, 50Th LIMITED EDITION..$61,000 2006 Case 580M-2, C40107, 1110 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Ride control, 93” bkt. ..............................$60,000 2006 New Holland B95, C20940, 275 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat/air, Pilot controls, 88” loader bkt., 24” BH bkt. ..$54,000 2002 Case 580SM, C20983, 6250 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat/air, 2 lever, Aux. hydraulics, Ride control ..........$48,500 2000 Case 590SL-2, CS1460, 4180 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Aux. hydraulics, Hyd. Coupler..$39,500 1997 Case 580SL, CF1273, 4920 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 4 lever controls, Power shuttle, 82” loader bkt. ..................$37,950 1998 Case 580SL-2, CR0224, 5125 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Flip over pads ..........................$37,500 2001 Case 580SM, CK1676, 5590 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Hyd. Coupler, 24” BH bkt. ........................$35,000 1999 Case 580L, CO2164, 2165 hours, 2WD, Standard hoe, Cab/heat, , 2 lever control, Aux. hydraulics, Flip over pads .......... ..........................................................................................$31,000 1999 New Holland 445D, CO2180, 1575 hours, 4WD, Cab/heat, 3 point hitch, Aux. hydraulics, 12x16.5 front tires 40%, 16.9-24 rear tires 50% ..................................................................$25,000 1992 John Deere 310D, CL0815, 4800 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, OROPS..............................................................................$20,000 1977 Case 580C, CJ2847, 2WD, Standard hoe, OROPS, 3 lever, 24” bucket ..........................................................................$9,500

2005 Case CX290, CF0838, 965 hours, 65,000 lb. class, Cab/heat/air, 10’ 6” arm, 32” tracks 70%, 1.8 yd GP w/teeth Esco bkt. ........................$162,218

2005 Case CX240, C41203, 1670 hours, 53,000 lb. class, Cab/heat/air, , Aux. hydraulics, 10’ 2” arm, Control pattern, 32” track ......................................$100,000

2006 Case CX210, C40108, 1175 hours, 44,000 lb. class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 7’ 10” arm, Control pattern, 42” bucket ..............................$95,000


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Trucks & Trailers

SECTION

Kenworth’s ‘Clear Choice’Event Unveils Hybrids in Wis. Customers tested Kenworth on-highway and vocational trucks equipped with Cummins 2010-compliant engines and Kenworth diesel-electric hybrid trucks and learned more about coming 2010 engine technology during Wisconsin Kenworth’s Clear Choice, a one-day customer event recently held at the Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Nearly 175 customers attended and learned more about Kenworth’s latest vocational model — the T470 now in production — and innovative technologies that offer enhanced reliability, productivity and fuel economy in their fleet operations. Key presentations covered 2010 Cummins engines and SCR (selective catalytic reduction) technology, Eaton’s role in Kenworth dieselelectric hybrid trucks, and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and its distribution. Bill Kozek, Kenworth general manager and PACCAR vice president, provided an industry update and an overview of Kenworth’s continuing efforts to enhance its line of truck products. Kozek then joined Brian Lindgren, Kenworth’s director of vocational sales; Jared White, Kenworth Great Lakes regional sales manager; and Patrick Dean, Kenworth engineering program manager; for a question and answer session with seminar attendees. “Customers received a closer look at the technology that will meet the 2010

T660 truck.

Environmental Protection Agency’s dieselengine emissions regulations, and provide the engine reliability they seek,” said Jim Moeller, president of Wisconsin Kenworth. By 2010, all new engines must achieve just 0.2 grams per hp-hour emissions of nitrogen oxide (NOx), a greenhouse gas- and smogcausing compound, to meet 2010 emissions standards. PACCAR and Cummins engines

will accomplish this through SCR technology. “This event gave customers the chance to learn first-hand how SCR technology will achieve up to a 5 percent improvement in fuel economy while meeting EPA regulations,” Moeller said. “It also gave them the opportunity to learn more about steps being taken to ensure an adequate supply and dis-

tribution of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).” The event’s Ride and Drive featured the Kenworth T270, Kenworth T660, Kenworth T800, and Kenworth T2000 in various configurations. The T270 applications included a pickup and delivery hybrid, van body, and landscape unit. The Class 8 product, all equipped with 2010-compliant Cummins ISX engines, featured a T800 milk truck, a T800 day cab, T660 38-inch AeroCab sleeper, and T2000 75-inch Aerodyne sleeper. On display were three T660s and a T270 hybrid with van body. Paul Peardon, production and rental manager of Giuffre Bros. Cranes, and Tom Pydo, general manager of Rands Trucking, said after attending the event they feel more confident about choosing Kenworth trucks and SCR technology to meet the new federal emissions standards. They said they also appreciated the opportunity to ask questions, hear presentations, and get a close look at different Kenworth models, including the diesel-electric hybrid. Peardon said his overall impression with Wisconsin Kenworth’s Clear Choice event was an “11 out of 10 stars. It was professionally run, the people were very friendly and knowledgeable and it allowed me to get a first-hand look at technologies that Kenworth has to offer.” Peardon said his company has been consee KENWORTH page 44

Worldwide Equipment Sales to Sponsor ‘Tow Trucks For Tots’ For the second year in a row, Worldwide Equipment Sales LLC is sponsoring Tow Trucks For Tots — collecting toys for the non-profit orgranization Chicagoland Toys for Tots Motorcycle parade. Last year was the organization’s first year, which displayed more than 240 trucks. This year Tow Trucks For Tots is expecting approximately 500. The Worldwide Equipment Sales second annual tow truck parade will take place Nov. 8. The parade will begin at the Caterpillar plant on Route 6 at 9 a.m. Attendees must arrive at 5 to 7 a.m. Tow Trucks For Tots’s goal is to help children by collecting toys for the holidays, to show towing companies

in a positive light and educating the public about towing equipment, and to go for the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest tow truck parade. Last year, Tow Trucks For Tots collected more than six truck loads of toys and $11,000 to help needy families. Donations are encouaged. All checks can be made payable to: Chicagoland Toys for Tots Motorcycle Parade. Towers are asked to collect toys for toddlers to age 18 and bring them to the parade. Food and beverages will be provided. Additionally, Bill Howard and his band will provide entertainment. For more information, call Patrick Winer at 815/7254400 or visit towtrucksfortots.com.

Last year, Tow Trucks For Tots collected more than six truck loads of toys and $11,000 to help needy families.


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Felling Celebrates 35 Years of Towing

F

elling Trailers celebrated its 35th Anniversary at its two-day dealer meeting Sept. 17 and 18 in Sauk Centre, Minn.

David Abt of Don Laing Trailers in Ponoka, Alberta, Canada, brought some international flavor to the event. He stands next to a Felling FT-80-2PL-HT trailer.

Wayne Massad (L), sales, and Tom Stern, marketing manager, both of West Side Tractor Sales in Naperville, Ill., said that Felling Trailers manufactures a great product and could not pass up a chance to come to Minnesota.

Merle Felling (L) awards Joe Lano, Lano Equipment in Shakopee, Minn., for being a 25-year Felling dealer

Merle Felling said, “Felling Trailers have been making quality trailers for 35 years. We are proud to be a family owned company. We specialize in custom trailers specs and requirements.”

Nathan Uphus, inside sales of Felling Trailers, said that Felling made this custom trailer for Sean Kelly Construction in Sauk Centre, Minn. The trailer has custom rims, paint, laser cut Felling decals, tarp kit, custom diamond plating and a special 110 charging unit that can be plugged in to run the lift. Nathan said this is a great example of how Felling Trailers can custom build trailers for customers who want their business to stand out and say something special.

Dick Courts of Courts Machinery, Windom, Minn., checks out this Felling FT 12DTHD trailer. Joe Lano of Lano Equipment, Shakopee, Minn., said the Felling F12 trailers are the most popular trailer that they sell.

Merle Felling takes a look at the reduced scale trailers they made for events and trade shows. Felling said, “These are perfect to scale replicas of our trailers.”

Merle Felling (L) and Phil Lewis (R), both of Felling, congratulates David Abt, Don Laing Trailers in Alberta, Canada, for being dealer of the year award.

Tom Stern (L), marketing manager, and Wayne Massad, sales, both of West Side Tractor Sales in Naperville, Ill., check out Fellings FT 40-2TA. Stern said the special features on this trailer are incredible.


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Wisconsin Kenworth Displays Product Line at One-Day Show

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C.A. Hall, Dan’s Excavating Tapped for $67M Job in Mich. MICHIGAN from page 1

used as an Indian trail known as the Grand River Trail. In 1871 Detroit renamed its portion the Grand River Avenue. Later, in 1918, it became the M-16, which, in turn, was designated as part of U.S.-16 in 1926 when it became the first paved highway in the state. I-96 replaced the route and designation of U.S.-16 was deleted in 1963, but the plan for the corridor was in the works even before the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act was signed in 1956. As Interstate 96, it was constructed predominantly in sections, which opened from 1957 to 1962, although the Detroit portion wasn’t completed until 1977. Actually an intrastate highway, I-96 is entirely within the state of Michigan. The section in Wayne County was originally named the Jeffries Freeway, but in 2005 the portion within Detroit was renamed the Rosa Parks Memorial Highway by the state legislature. Interstate 696, also an intrastate, is a spur route that branches off I-96 and partially encircles Detroit. Part of the original Interstate Highway System outlined in 1956, it has 6 to 8 lanes for most of its 10-mi. (16 km) length and serves as a major commuter route for Detroit’s suburbs. Also known as the Walter P. Reuther Freeway, after an early automobile factory labor union activist, it’s affectionately nicknamed The Autobahn of Detroit by locals, who also refer to it as The Mixing Bowl because of extensive use of retaining walls and three large landscaped caps. ADT statistics indicate that 150,000 and 100,000 travel the I-96 and I-696, respectively. MDOT considers it one of the most prominent corridors in the state. Because the aging 19-mi. (30.5 km) section of I-96 and I696 encompassed by this project are heavily traveled by commuters and vacationers, Daavettila says it’s important to build a highquality road for better safety and mobility.

Changes in Store “Primarily,” Daavettila elaborates, “it’s a reconstruction job, but we’re adding one additional lane connector for about a mile.” Other additions also are scheduled. Exit ramps will be widened, with some additional ramps being constructed. A westbound weave lane between M-5 and the Novi Road ramp will be constructed to improve traffic flow by allowing for additional maneuvering of traffic entering and exiting westbound I96. Most of the existing roadway is formed of 9-in. (22.9 cm) jointed reinforced concrete pavement with an HMA overlay varying from 3 to 7 in. (7.6 to 17.8 cm) or an exposed 9-in. JRCP with deteriorated joints and cracks throughout. The existing crown is 1 percent. Different processes are taking place at different points on the project. One mi. (1.6 km) of roadway will get a complete concrete reconstruction. Two mi. (3.2 km) will receive a full 5-in. (12.7 cm) HMA (hot mix asphalt) overlay. Some portions are undergoing full-width reconstruction of the mainline, with drainage improvements. Part of the I696 mainline will be inlaid with high-performance concrete pavement. Most of the shoulders will be reconstructed with fulldepth HMA pavement. Nearly 90,000 tons (81,600 t) of various mixes of HMA will be used on this project. Daavettila estimates using equal amounts of concrete pavement and HMA. The reconstruct pavement design consists of a jointed plain concrete pavement (JPCP) section, of 11.5-in. (29.2 cm) thick high-performance concrete mix. The 132-ft.-wide (40 m) mainline roadway will be totally reconstructed with a pavement section consisting of an 11.5-in. (29.2 cm) JPCP slab over a 16-in. (40.6 cm) open-graded drainage course base with geotextile separator and 6-in. (15.2 cm)

Nearly 90,000 tons (81,600 t) of various mixes of HMA will be used on this project.

The $67 million overall project has been divided into two contracts — east and west — with two prime contractors: Dan’s Excavating out of Grant, Mich., on the west contract and C.A. Hall on the east.

open graded under drains. Total pavement section thickness of the concrete portion will be 27.5 in. (69.9 cm). High-performance, non-reinforced concrete shoulders will be constructed, as well as new valley gutter and barrier wall in the median. All ramps at the Novi Road interchange that are being replaced with concrete will be constructed with either a 9.5-in. (24 cm) High Performance JPCP with a 4-in. (10 cm) aggregate base and 12-in. (30 cm) sand subbase section, or a similar section as the mainline pavement. The total amount of concrete pavement used on the entire project will be approximately 77,500 sq. yds. (64,800 sq m), with an additional 30,000 sq. yds. (25,080 sq m) of concrete shoulder. The concrete pavement will meet an improved requirement (High Performance P1-mod) over and above the normal P-1 mixture as required by the Standard Specifications in the expectation that the mixture will lead to greater pavement dura-

The two big contracts consist of a two-year project for $47 million to reconstruct pavement from Novi to Farmington Hills — the west project — and a $14 million contract to conduct bridge rehabilitation and concrete patching on I-696 — the east project.

bility and extended-service life. According to Daavettila, while there are no contract incentives related to completion date or quantities of material, there are penalties and bonuses awarded for quality of materials. Bridge work includes deck patching; replacement of railings, joints, pins and hangers and piers; painting; abutment repair; substructure and slope protection repair and widening with MSE walls and steel plate girders. In some areas, such as Meadowbrook Road over I-696, micropiles are being used in the pier foundation. “It’s not standard bridge work,” Daavettila said. “It’s a unique aspect of this job.” Crews can salvage bridge footings by drilling through them and pouring additional footing. At Meadowbrook, 20 7-in.-diameter (17.8 cm) drilled and grouted micropiles with #18 bar grade 75 all-thread re-bar are being used for the pier foundation. A temporary support, protected by temporary concrete barrier, is placed above the existing shoulder with a timber foundation. Steel sheet piling is proposed to be placed adjacent to the temporary pier to allow for excavation of the pier foundation. Because CSX railroad tracks (a mainline and a siding track) are below two bridges undergoing rehabilitation, MDOT has to carefully coordinate work schedules with train schedules. Plans call for increased under clearance for the CSX railroad. To meet current criteria for highway grade separations over railroads, the vertical clearance needs to be increased to 23 ft. (7 m). Because I-96 is on a curved alignment, a 3.1 percent superelevation rate across the bridge deck is required. The structure must also be constructed to allow for three lanes of traffic in each direction to be maintained during work operations. It has to be raised from approxisee MICHIGAN page 49


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mately 4 ft. (1.2 m) on the low side to 6 ft. (1.8 m) on the high side. This results in significant road approach work, major temporary construction and complex staging. Coordinated Schedules This is not an expedited project, Daavettila notes, so there are no incentives for early completion. Work began in spring 2009 and should be completed on the east contract by midfall. Work on the west contract will see a seasonal suspension over the winter and resume in March. It should be completed in fall 2010, weather permitting. Daavettila said there have been few impediments to progress: cooperative weather and no right-of-way, utility or drainage issues to contend with. “The main challenge has been to maintain traffic flow. Three-fourths of our meetings deal with traffic issues: ramp and freeway closures.” Because the project is expected to impact regional traffic beyond the construction area, Daavettila said MDOT is very cognizant about minimizing interruptions, which is one reason why they have met with communities, businesses and neighborhood groups throughout the project. “They have a say in the details, such as bridge color.” They also have influenced logistics, particularly when work affects the many commercial sites along the route,

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Philosophical Divide Still Wide on Health Care Reform REFORM from page 1

for their members. Besides gaining clout in negotiating benefits, association insurance negotiators could win lower premiums, if given the opportunity. Associated Builders and Contractors noted that private insurance carriers must mark up premiums as much as 35 percent when dealing with small groups in order to meet profit targets and offset overhead. Whereas associations can provide the same administrative services for their members at a cost of 15 percent or less — if, that is, members are allowed to buy insurance through small business health plan pools. • Greater leeway for individuals and companies to buy insurance policies across state lines. Many Americans and American companies are limited by state lines in buying health insurance for themselves or their employees. This particularly is a problem in states that mandate insurance benefits and levels of access. The mandates have the unintended consequences of limiting consumer choice and driving up rates. Example: Most healthy young workers neither need, nor want, plans covering health problems associated with middle age, yet they or their employers are required by some state laws to pay for such plans. A bill to ease these mandates has been offered in the House of Representatives since 2005. It would allow insurance companies to sell nationally, across state lines, which would increase competition for each state’s pool of customers and put downward pressure on insurance premiums. • More emphasis on individual ownership of an insurance policy. The construction workforce is more transient than workers in some other industries because of the nature of the work: Construction occurs at ever changing work sites, rather than in one industrial plant or even in one state. Furthermore, construction workers often pack up their tools and go where there seems to be more opportunity. Having insurance policies as portable as their work skills would benefit construction workers, advocates say. Revising tax laws would let individuals fully deduct the expense of insurance and give them incentive to shop around for policies best suited to their needs, which they then could take with them when they moved to a new job. Companies, in turn, would be freed from obligations to insure the self-insured workers. • Expanded use of Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Savings Accounts. Health Savings Accounts let individual employees put money aside specifically for health expenses in tax-free savings accounts. Flexible Savings Accounts are the “cafeteria plans” by which individual employees have money withheld for spending on medical procedures or co-payments. Small business advocates contend individuals will take control of their long-term health care planning if they are allowed to buy high-deductible plans combined with HSAs or are allowed to let money in their cafeteria accounts roll over from year to year. Proponents of the accounts believe the absence of personal responsibility for health care has led to abuse of insurance — and to greater health care expense for everyone. • New rules for medical liability. In monitoring and lobbying Congress for meaningful health care reform, Associated General Contractors complained as late as September about the “failure of legislation to address malpractice reform.” So far none of the health care bills have touched on the issue. Essentially, the threat of lawsuits has driven up the cost of medical care with doctors and hospitals ordering often-unnecessary procedures as protection against being sued. Reducing liability in medical practice is part of a

national tort reform movement, which seeks higher legal thresholds for filing of suits and lower limits on settlements. Studies show that reforming liability rules along those lines would reduce health care costs, directly and indirectly, without barring genuine victims of medical malpractice from pursuing effective legal recourse. • Enactment of tax laws that will truly enhance reform without injuring businesses. It is difficult to stay current on health care tax proposals because they change week to week. Generally, tax laws that business executives resist are the ones that impose taxes to (1) help pay for a mandate, (2) penalize a company for not meeting mandated requirements,

or (3) raise costs of a company program to prohibitive levels just to force compliance with a preferred government alternative. Such taxes generally do not increase productivity and, thus, are viewed as anti-business. Whereas tax credits or new taxes that level a playing field for small business or reward company efficiency are viewed as business-friendly. The construction industry generally deems the tax proposals contained in current health care bills to be unfriendly. While the aforementioned features of a new system can be shown to measurably benefit construction companies and see REFORM page 52

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Individual Health Plans More Useful for Transient Industry REFORM from page 51

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employees, other features in the reform debate are rooted more in political philosophy than in medical processes or good business practice. One such feature is the so-called “public option.” Supporters of it argue that letting the government compete with private sector insurers in offering insurance will force the insurance industry to offer better deals. They believe true reform will not occur unless government is allowed to compete. Opponents respond that when government enters the marketplace, private sector competitors are automatically disadvantaged despite inherent government inefficiencies and bureaucracy. That’s because when government sets rules and also plays the game, the outcome invariably favors government; after all, if things go badly for government, the rules always can be changed. The same philosophical divide is evident in discussions about other mandates in the reform bills. These include the “pay or play” stipulation, whereby companies either will offer their employees insurance as ordered by government or will pay an 8 percent payroll tax. Opponents of the tax insist it is regressive and will hurt lower income employees the most, inducing job losses. Other mandates under active consideration would force insurance companies to offer health coverage to anyone who wants it regardless of an individual’s health — without regard to actuarial risk assessments, in other words — and to offer the insurance at uniform cost to employees regardless of the actual state of health of individual applicants. Critics note that such rules of coverage totally disregard the question of cost, both to companies and to the country. Consequently, the almost guaranteed results are job losses, crippling financial burdens for companies and runaway federal deficits. Supporters of unrestricted universal coverage, on the other hand, insist that the true budgetary impact of reform will be minimal. Taking the negative view on the mandates is the Construction Industry Round Table. In a late September statement, the consortium of 100 CEOs across the United States declared that “there is no question that the types of ‘reform’ being discussed are filled with mandates on insurance companies and employers, all of which will drive up the cost of insurance for companies that purchase policies for their employees.” The latest congressional offering is a Senate compromise bill from a committee

chaired by Sen. Max Baucus. Calling it a “good faith effort” and the “best effort to date,” the U.S. Chamber of Commerce still finds it an unacceptable reform vehicle, largely because of tax components. “We have grave concerns over the vast array of new taxes contained in the bill,” the Chamber said in part. “This bill creates a new tax on benefits that may well spiral out of control to become the next Alternative Minimum Tax. It taxes prescriptions, insurance policies, medical devices, clinics and labs … and all of these taxes will increase costs for employers and workers. The bill does not contain health courts or any other meaningful medical liability reform. Not to mention, the bill creates a massive new entitlement in the form of insurance credits that will burden taxpayers now and in the future. Overall, the bill still needs tremendous improvement.” President Obama and leaders of the majority party in Congress are pushing for passage this session of health care legislation, one way or another, probably by trimming features and combining other features of several bills until they craft a product with majority support. Their expressed sense of urgency in passing something stems from political calculation rather than from any real crisis in health care. Passage of a reform bill this year or next year is all the same — the arc of medical costs is not shooting up that fast. But votes for the controversial legislation will be easier to cobble together in 2009 than in the election year of 2010 and passage will give a sense of forward momentum to a new presidency. Legislators who prefer to examine the details of the sweeping legislation in a more orderly way are hoping to slow what they consider a rush to enactment. They concede the need for changes in the system, but see fiscal or procedural disaster in acting in haste. Companies and business associations — including construction industry groups — continue to lobby for common sense and enduring principles in forging solutions to rising health costs. Lobbying and informing their constituencies is about all the groups can do. In the end, the decision will be made by the two Houses of Congress and businesses will be handed a new system with instructions to make it work. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Terex Adds Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment in Minn. Heidi Hanson (L), store manager, and Kevin Erpelding, owner, both of Bemidji Outdoor Power Inc.

Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment, headquartered in Bemidji, Minn., now distributes the full line of Terex compact construction equipment. “Our goal has always been total customer service,” explained Kevin Erpelding general manager of Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment. “With the addition of the Terex line of compact equipment, we are even more prepared to meet our customers’ needs.” Founded in 1967 by Oscar Olson, Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment began as a tree farmer logging equipment dealer. Over the years, lawn and garden equipment was added to the lineup to balance the seasonal workload and to better serve customers. In 1992, with a new look and new management, Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment began expanding into the market of outdoor power equipment. “We are excited to welcome Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment to our expanding network of Terex compact equipment distributors in North America,” said Del Carver, area director, North America Compact Equipment. “The addition will allow us to better meet the needs of our customers in the Northern Minnesota area.” The Terex compact product line includes

compact track loaders, compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, site dumpers, tractor loader backhoes, light towers, telehandlers, compaction rollers and a tracked utility vehicle. With more than 45 unique product models, the Terex compact equipment line offers a wide range of compact equipment. Once a customer decides to buy the right product to suit his or her needs, Bemidji Outdoor Power Equipment has a full authorized parts and service department to keep that piece of equipment up and running. Customers who purchase Terex equipment have financing options with Terex Financial Services. Terex Financial Services offers a wide range of effective finance and leasing solutions, structured to complement customers’cash flow and budgets. The Terex Financial Services team assists in all areas of asset management, from the analysis of future equipment values through the disposal of used equipment. “We look forward to a long lasting relationship with Terex and to serving and meeting all of our new Terex customers,” said Erpelding. For more information, call 877/338-1902 or visit www.bemidjioutdoorpowerequipment.com.

Badger Equipment Re-Enters Crane Market With CD4430 Badger Equipment of Winona, Minn., a division of Manitex International, reentered the crane market this year with 20 and 30 ton (18 and 27.2 t) cab-down style rough terrain cranes. Badger Equipment offers the CD4430 30-ton capacity, the CD4430R 30-ton capacity with high rail gear and the CD4420 20-ton capacity cranes. The cranes are designed for railroad customers who install rails and perform maintenance-of-way (MOW) functions, as well as refineries, general contractors and heavy industrial plants. Badger’s decision to return to crane manufacturing was based on market research and a need to fill a niche in the smaller crane markets. The crane features: • Six-sided boom • Tier III Cummins engine All-wheel drive, all wheel steer and crab steering • Optional Hi-Rail system • Highly visible & comfortable cab with joystick controls • Two boom choices • Pick and carry capabilities For more information, visit www.badgerequipment.com.

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Bio-Energy Industry Ingrained in Minn. Projects

Kit Hasbargen (L), Hasbargen Logging, inspects the ConeHead chipper and discusses the operation with Representative Jeremy LeLacheur (R), Dynamic Mfg.

Many factors (supply, cost and infrastructure) are influencing the development of the biomass supply infrastructure, but not the feasibility or need for new markets. Many biomass feedstock projects are either operational or preparing to begin construction in the immediate future. This is evident in the Laurentian Energy Authority, Minnesota Power, Renewafuel, and Wood Pellet projects. The equipment has been developed for the processing and transportation of biomass. Vendors such as Rotochopper, Morbark, Vermeer, and Dynamic Mfg. (Cone-Head) have been demonstrating their equipment at trade shows and in the woods to prospective logging operations. So with the loss of 20 to 25 percent of the demand for stumpage eliminated through the closure of Weyerhaeuser and most of the Ainsworth operations why haven’t many loggers shifted to the biomass markets? One reason is that the loss of these traditional round wood markets has resulted in less biomass generation that would have been produced by the harvest of stumpage to support these mills. Theoretically, biomass would be a co-product created during round wood harvesting that would add value to the timber harvesting process.

Doug Hustad, Hustad Logging, feeds the chipper. The demonstration site was being operated by Hustad Logging.

Tops and Limbs Cannot Be Harvested as Biomass and the Trunk Left Standing The utilization of round wood (chipped) to support bio-energy demand would create new markets and support the feedstock supply demands of what may become a new primary forest products industry. The end product should not dictate forest management or resource utilization. Whether the product is dimensional lumber, paper, engineered wood, energy, ethanol, or toothpicks the market will determine the highest value added use of the forest resource. So what is the “Value” of bio-energy created through the use of biomass as a fuel source? It cannot be benchmarked against other fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas. Those fuel sources do not meet the mandate of generating energy by renewable sources. Current bio-energy markets have established rates for biomass feedstock at levels that do not encourage the significant investment necessary to develop the infrastructure and questionably to remain profitable. Biomass delivered rates in Minnesota are $19 to $23/ton. Authoritative reports track national and international rates for biomass or hogfuel higher than rates in Minnesota. Clearly, the higher rates reflect the recognized cost of operation, transporta-

An operator uses remote controls to run the chipper.

tion and equipment maintenance necessary to support a strong biomass industry. The Minnesota bio-energy sector will have to increase the rate paid for delivered biomass if it wants to ensure a stable and sustainable supply volume and system. The biomass resource represented an expense to public land managers that were required to invest time and money in the disposition or burning of the slash. Charging for what once was an expense and liability to a fledgling emerging industry attempting to develop the necessary infrastructure to meet the potential of a new primary forest products industry contributes to tight profit margins and further impedes the development of the bio-energy markets. Allowing biomass utilization at no cost as part of public timber harvesting activities should be permitted with the public benefit/value being the elimination of the time and money required to dispose of the material. Additionally, fair profit margins and long term contracts will encourage the significant investment required ($250,000 to $450,000) of logging operations to gear up to participate in the bio-energy markets. The existing and proposed projects will require an expansion of the current equipment infrastructure to meet the potential demand. Financial assistance with attractive terms will off-set some of the risk and expense and enable log-

ging operations to acquire the equipment to expand their traditional operations into the biomass sector. See side bar “Forest Industry Eligible for Iron Range Resources Business Development Funding”. In order to jump start the bio-energy market fiber resources need to be generated from traditional round wood harvesting operations at the volumes prior to the shutdown of OSB mills (even if it means using “unmarketable” round wood for biomass operations). Delivered rates need to be increased to levels that reflect the true cost of operation, transportation, maintenance and profit. Financial assistance needs to be available to encourage investment in bio-energy harvesting and transportation equipment. When these policies and mechanisms are established potential of the bio-energy markets will begin to be realized. ACLT UpDate Editors Note: Recent unconfirmed reports indicate that prices for biomass fuel are increasing and range between the mid to upper $20’s per ton. If true this is a good trend that will have a positive impact on the effort to secure biomass fuel. Purchasers should continue to adjust the cost structure upward to reflect the true cost of production and transportation. This story was reprinted from ACLT UpDate, September/October 2008.


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Nortrax Participates in Upper Midwest Logging Shows

Ted Benson (in cab) and his son Josh Benson (C) of Low Impact Logging, try the John Deere E-Series Forwarder cab with Nortrax Territory Manager Brian DeBernardi.

The Nortrax crew at Logging Congress 2009 in Escanaba.

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ortrax Equipment participated in the Lake States Logging Congress, Sept. 10 to 12, in Escanaba, Mich. The company showcased the new John Deere E Series Forwarder, Harvester and the 1490D Energy Bundler as well as its line of Morbark Industrial chippers and grinders. Additionally, Nortrax hosted a customer appreciation dinner at its Escanaba store. The Nortrax crew also helped serve breakfast on Sept. 12 to a large crowd of loggers. On Sept. 17 and 18, Nortrax displayed machines at North Star Expo, a logging show in Grand Rapids, Minn. Nortrax raised more than $5,000 in donations, due to the generosity of area loggers and show attendees, in its annual Log-A- Brad Jackson (L), Nortrax territory Andy McMillion, Nortrax inside sales manager, talks with forwarder opera- representative, helps out at the Customer Load event that took place at both shows. tor, Bill Brown.

(L-R): Nortrax representative Stacey Curtis; Wisconsin logger, Joe Beutner; and Nortrax representatives Sandy Bennett and Cindy Leidholm, pose for a photo at the booth.

Appreciation Dinner.

Jeff Carlson, Nortrax inside sales representative, serves up beverages with his wife Wendy at the Customer Appreciation Dinner.

(L-R): Ken Knauf, Nortrax general manager, with Joe and Larry Bosanic from Manistique, Mich., enjoy the dinner.

Nortrax Field Service Technician Rob Taylor (L), talks with Brad Bernard of Bernard Timber Inc.


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Hall Industrial Hosts Open House to Thank Customers

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all Industrial Company held an open house on Sept. 11 at its 15,000 sq. ft. facility in Northwood, Ohio. The event has become an annual tradition over the past eight years and is designed to provide information about the latest in equipment innovations while thanking loyal customers with food and entertainment. Founded in 1965 by Fred Hall, the company changed focus from fluid power to the aggregate industry in 1999 when Bob Keaton and Jay Zvanovec took over the operation. In 2002, Midwest Mine Services LLC was created as a second company providing installation services of the equipment that Hall Industrial sells. Together, the companies serve quarries, demolition contractors, recycling operations and other aggregate, topsoil and mulch businesses, supplying equipment as well as installation, maintenance and repair services throughout Ohio. Products range from crushers, screeners, shredders and trommels and they are the authorized dealers for Extec, Fintec, Lippmann, Sandvik and Cemco. Midwest Mine Services LLC has six service vehicles and a 12 man crew that can be dispatched 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. According to Bob Keaton, knowledge and train- (L-R): Jamie Henniger, Stephannie Keaton, Abbie Keaton, Jessica Base, Scott George and Pam Makin made up the ing are the key to serving their clients. All of their service welcoming committee greeting guests to Hall Industrial’s open house event. technicians are MSHA trained and are inspected every time they’re in a plant. Working on everything from installation, to scheduled maintenance, they can work on anybody’s portable equipment. Their service area for Sandvik is Ohio and Lower Michigan. Steve Bogoski of Old Castle who stopped by the open house to enjoy the festivities said that they have a 15 year relationship with Hall Industrial & Midwest Mine Services LLC. He went on to say that, in terms of product knowledge and service, he feels they’re one of the best in the business. While much of the attention during the open house was on the equipment on display, local favorites Colin Dussault’s Blues Project provided entertainment for an estimated crowd of 400 to 500 attendees. After serving a dinner of steak with all of the fixings, attendees enjoyed Casino night activities and were awarded door prizes. Sue and Marion Black of Kurtz Brothers enjoyed the (L-R): Phil Eisel of Cardinal Aggregate catches up with see HALL page 60

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(L-R): Deric and Barb Harrington of Hanson chat with Hall Industrial’s Bob Keaton.

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Hall Industrial Event Draws Big in Ohio HALL from page 58

(L-R): Steve and Penny Pawlicki and Calley and Ted Westerlund, all of Stoneco, get ready to head for the Casino Night tables.

Terry and Marilyn Everly of Great Lakes Aggregates head in to join the festivities.

Not content with a standard employee lunchroom, the space was converted into a bar like area perfect for entertaining guests.

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Pirtek Madison Heights Celebrates 10 Years of Business Pirtek Madison Heights (Michigan) marked 10 years of successfully servicing customers with their onsite hose replacement needs. Processing meat to peddling hose and fittings may sound like an unlikely career path to most people, but not to Eli Dorfman, owner of Pirtek Madison Heights. “Business is business,” said Dorfman, “and it’s all about hard work and doing things right the first time, no matter what the industry is or its customer base.” After retiring from the meat processing industry, Dorfman was itching to launch a second career, and Pirtek caught his eye. He opened the Madison Heights shop in 1999 and another one three years later in Westland, just west of Detroit. “I visited the Pirtek operation in Chicago [Illinois], and the business interested me immediately,” said the mechanical engineering graduate. Pushing retirement to the wayside, Dorfman is busy taking care of business at both the Madison Heights and Westland Centers, but he is quick to pat the backs of

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2004 Cat CB224E, 946 hours .....................................$19,900

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Wheel Loaders 2008 Hyundai HL740-7A, 2.7 yd, A/C, like new, 250 hours ....................................$92,500. 2000 Hyundai HL7408M.3, Cummins, 2.5 yard, coupler, 2.5 bucket, forks available, fair condition, 9000 hours ...................................$35,000. 1984 Case W20C, cab, 17.5x25 tires 60%, 2.5 yd bucket, fair condition.........$10,000. 2005 Kawasaki 90ZV, 5.2 yd. loader, A/C, ride control, new 26.5R25 tires, excellent condition, 6500 hours. ..................................$110,000. George & Swede 585-734-1507 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381 JCB 426, s/n 1231556, cab, air, heat, Powershift, smooth ride, 3yd. bucket, excellent condition, 2750 hours ....................................$99,947. Hyundai HL760, s/n HL7600029, looks good , new trans., Cummins, 3.5 yd. bucket, very good condition, 4979 hours..........................$46,998. Komatsu WA320-3, s/n A31786D, new trans., 3 yd. bucket, good condition....... ....................................$54,995. Terex SKL873, s/n 8730233, quick coupler w/forks, good A/C, tight, 2-1/2 yd. bucket, good condition, 1998 hours ....................................$38,989. AZ Production Machinery 800-637-0821 2006 Cat 904B, 3,456 hours ....................................$39,000 2005 928GZ, 2519 hours ....................................$87,300 2006 Cat 938GII, 2,552 hours ..................................$119,000 2006 Cat 938GII, 441 hours ..................................$129,000 2006 Cat 972H, 3,180 hours ...................................$229,000 2003 Cat 980G, 7251 hours ...................................$199,000

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AUCTION

Construction Equipment – Trucks & Trailers 3284 E Arnold Lake Rd, Harrison, MI 48625 ONE DAY ONLY • Thursday October 22, 2009 at 9:00AM DIRECTIONS: 110 Miles North of Lansing on US 127 to the Second (North) Harrison Exit 176 (Old 27), Turn Right (East) on Arnold Lake Rd. Follow the Auction Signs to Sale Yard. Hydraulic Excavators: Komatsu PC300 LC-5L, Hitachi EX160 LC-5, Hitachi 100-3, Caterpillar E100B, 2007 Bobcat 341, 2002 John Deere 160 LC. Mini-Excavators: 2005 Bobcat 430, Bobcat 325, Bobcat 325, 2002 Kubota RX303, Komatsu PC25-1. Crawler Dozers/Tractors: Caterpillar D4 H XL, Komatsu D41 P-6, Komatsu D41-P, Caterpillar D3C-LGP III, Case 550G LT, Case 550G, Case 450C, John Deere 650G, John Deere 650G LGP, John Deere 550H, John Deere 550, John Deere 450E, John Deere 450B, John Deere 350C, John Deere 350, House-Kat Modular Home Mover. Crawler Loaders: John Deere 755B, Case 850. Rubber Tire Loaders: Volvo L180, Case 621B, Case W14, Case W14, Dresser 530, John Deere 544B, JCB 406, CLARK 75B, Hough 65. Loader Backhoes: 2008 Caterpillar 420E, 2005 Case Super M Plus Series II, John Deere 410E, Caterpillar 416, Case 530. Loader Landscapers: John Deere 210 LE, Case 580L. Motor Graders: John Deere 770 B, John Deere 670. Skid Steers: 2006 Bobcat T300, 2005 Bobcat T180 Rubber Track, 2005 Bobcat T250 Rubber Track, Bobcat 853H, Bobcat 553, 2006 Case 440CT Rubber Track, Case 60XT, Cat 236, ASV RX100 Posi-Track, ASV Posi-Track 4810, Gehl 4635SX, New Holland LX885. Telehandlers/Forklifts: 2005 Caterpillar TH360B Telehandler, Terex TX66-41 Telehandler, Manitou R522-4TC, Skytrak 6036, Gradall 534B Material Handler, 2003 Moffett M5500, 2003 Moffett M5500, Case 588G, Hyster H80XL, Baker Fork Truck, Pettibone B68B. Scissor Lift: 1998 JCB 508C. Utility/Farm Tractors: Kubota M9000, Ford 1720 SSS Compact, Case 930, Case 1570. Compaction Equipment: Bomag 172-V, Stanley HS600 Hoe Pack, Ingersoll-Rand SD70 Roller. Sweeper: 1993 Rosco RB48. Forestry Equipment: Hydro Ax 711E Feller-Buncher, Hood 12000 Loader Slasher, Prentice 410D Log Handler, Tree Farmer C4B Cable Skidder. Trenchers: Ditch Witch 1820, Ditch Witch 1230. Screening Plant: To Be Offered Individually, Then As Combined Unit In Production Until October 10, 2009. 1998 Finlay 390 Screen Plant, Wemco 36 Sand Screw, 1999 Finlay 530 Stacker, M70 Stacking Conveyor, M60 Stacking Conveyor, 24x40 Stacking Conveyor, 225KW Genset. Aggregate Equipment: Wemco 36 Sand Screw, Hoover Feed Hopper. Landscape Equipment: Domor CDS 724, Jacobson Fairway Mower LF128 Model 7796, Jacobson Trim Mower, 100 Gallon Sprayer, Kemp A60F1 Brush Chipper, Bandit 65XL Chipper, Bushhog Batwing Mower, Praxis Stump Machine, 8’ Massey Ferguson HD Blade, 10’ Rockland Brush Rake. Skid Steer Attachments: Loegering Snow Plow, Bobcat Backhoe, 2009 Pallet Fork, 2009 Fork Frame, 2009 60” Smooth Bucket, 2009 66” Smooth Bucket, 2009 72” Smooth Bucket, 2009 Stump

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Bucket, 2009 Versatech Hay Spear, 2009 66” Smooth Bucket Grapple, 2009 Mount Plate, Mensch Side Shooter Sand Bucket. Attachments: New Construction Loader Bucket. 42” Bucket, 10’ Front Blade, 8’ Snow Dragon Snowblower, 36” Backhoe Bucket, 24” Backhoe Bucket, 2009 Excaliber X36 Thumb, Balderson Forks, Eversman 700 Land Leveler. Generators: (4) 6800 Watt Commercial Grade, (4) 8000 Watt, (4) 4000 Watt, (4) 1250 Watt, Coleman 6250 Watt. Genset: Cummins 280KW. Truck Tractors: 2004 Western Star 4900SA, 2002 International 9400 Eagle, 2001 International 9200, 2000 International 9200, 2000 International 9200, 2000 Volvo, 1999 International 9400, 1998 International 4900, 1998 Mack GL700, 1995 Mack CH600, 1995 Ford L9000, 1995 International 9400, 1994 Ford L-8000, 1990 Western Star, 1989 International 8300 Toter Truck, 1985 Mack R600, 1980 Mack R600, 1980 Mack R-686, 1976 International Paystar, Kenworth T2000. Boom/Bucket Trucks: 1991 Ford L8000 Boom Truck, 1979 Kenworth Boom Truck, Pitman HL-800 Boom. Dump Trucks: 2002 International 7400, 1996 International, 1999 International, 1984 International, 1975 Ford, 1973 Fruehauf. Mixer Trucks: 1990 Oshkosh, 1988 Oshkosh. Medium Duty Trucks: 2000 International 4900, 1998 Freightliner FL70 Box Truck, 1998 Chevrolet GMT 400 Utility, 1997 GMC C6500 Low Pro Stake Truck, 5005EH Auto Crane, 1996 Freightliner FL60, 1995 GMC Utility, 1995 Ford Cube Van, 1986 International Cargostar 1850B Fuel Truck. Pickup Trucks: 2003 Chevrolet S-10, 2002 Chevrolet 1500, 2000 Ford F350, 1995 Dodge 2500, 1994 Ford. Dump Trailers: 1998 Fruehauf Train, 1996 Fruehauf Train, 1996 Trailstar Lead, 1996 Trailstar Pup, 1984 Fruehauf Lead, 1984 Fruehauf Pup, Fruehauf Steel Dump. Lowboy Trailers: 2000 Simco. Hi-Flat Trailers: 2000 Transcraft, 1987 Transcraft, 1980 Transcraft, 1978 Fruehauf, 1975 Trailco. Tag/Utility Trailers: New 2009 Load Max, New 2009 Load Trail, New 2009 Load Trail, New 2009 Load Trail, 2008 Load Max, 2000 Eager Beaver, 1998 Fruehauf, 1994 Great Dane, 1993 Butler, 1990 Brindle Products, Hydraulic/Electric Lift Trailer, 1989 Interstate, Trail King, General Eager Beaver 10HDB. Van Trailers: 2006 Wabash, 2005 Trailmobile, 2005 Trailmobile, 2005 Trailmobile, 1994 Stoughton, 1989 Dorsey, 1986 Fruehauf. 1985 Budd, 1984 Fruehauf, 1983 Theurer, 1981 Fruehauf, 1977 Theurer. Cars/Vans: 1996 Lincoln Continental, Antique 1930 Model A. Golf Carts/ATVs: John Deere Gators, (2) EZ-Go Golf Carts, Yamaha Golf Cart. Septic Tank Forms: 800 Gallon, 500 Gallon, (2) 750 Gallon, (2) 1000 Gallon. Propane Tanks: (25) 500 Gallon, Used.

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Two Day Auction Two Locations AUCTION ONE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23RD, 2009 * 9:30 A.M. 6th ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AUCTION 49 GOOD MANER ROAD (HWY 23) LUCASVILLE, OHIO 45648 (85 Miles South of Columbus)

Still Accepting Quality Consignments For Auction One. Selling Equipment For: Crace Construction, Ricer Equipment, Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, Local and Regional Contractors, Farmers, Rental Companies, Along with Banks and Other Lending Institutions.

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Register for this auction on proxibid.com DAY ONE: EXCAVATORS: ‘05 Cat 320CL, ‘98 320BL, ’99 307B with Offset Boom, ‘98 Komatsu PC200-6, ‘96 Hyundai 210, ‘03 Ditch Witch MX15 Mini, 885 hrs, Badger 444 Hydroscopic Rubber Tired Excavator, Movax SP 40 Pile Driver, CRAWLER TRACTORS: ‘02 Komatsu D38E c/w 5 Shank Ripper, ‘89 Deere 750B & ‘84 750 Both c/w Forestry Packages, 2-Deere 650G Series IV, one c/w Winch, LOADER BACK HOES: Case 580K, Deere 310C, CRANE: ‘80 P & H Omega RT20, w/ Jib, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: ‘02 Skytrak 10054 & 6036, ‘01 Cat TH63, ‘89 Gradall 534B6, SKID LOADERS: ‘04 Cat 262B, 1530 Hrs, ‘93Bobcat 753, TRACTORS: ‘03 Deere 4100 Utility, 54” Deck, 504 hrs, ‘01 Kubota B7500 HSD, 4x4, Front Loader, 54” Deck, Ford 5000 Farm, Diesel, ‘91 Long 2510, Ford 1310 Utility c/w Woods Mower, Farmall Super C, Gas, Ford Jubilee, c/w Loader, ‘03 Simplicity 25H c/w 60” Deck, Reads Only 527 Hrs, ‘09 Gravely ZT34 & ’07 Gravely 148Z Zero Turn Mower, they were Demo Units, FARM EQUIPMENT: Deere 4 Row Corn Planter, Deere 10’ Grain Drill, Deere 10’ Transport Disc, Woods 106 Ditch Cutter, Lilliston 7.5 Cutter, Deere 6’ Cutter, 3-Woods 5’ Cutters, Pequea MS50G Manure Spreader, Woods 8’ Category 2 or 3 Power Angle & Tilt, Cultivator, Hay Wagon, Post Hole Digger, RUBBER TIRED LOAD ERS: Cat 924F, w/ Forks, Aerial Lift: ‘00 Upright AB46N, FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: ‘87 Timberjack TBJ 240A Skidder, w/ New Chain, ‘07 Prentice 2210 Loader, 42” Rotation Grapple, Saw Package, Sells with, CSI DL4400 Classic Slasher Saw with Reversible Table, Prentice 120 Truck Mountable Loader w/ Rotation Grapple, Barko 160 Knuckle Boom Loader, c/w Grapple, Tandem Axle, Brush Bandit Chipper, Cummins, CAR CRUSHER: Al-Jon Portable Car Crusher, Detroit Diesel Power, Tandem Axle, TRUCK TRACTORS: ‘00 IHC 9400, Detroit 60 Series Diesel, Tandem Axle, 10 speed, ‘95 IHC 9400, 3406 CAT 425HP, Tandem Axle, 9 Speed, 42” Flat Top Sleeper, DUMP TRUCKS: ‘99 Mack CH612, 350HP, S/A, 9 Spd., ‘99 IHC 4700, DT466, 210HP, S/A, 12’

Contractors Bed, Allison Automatic, ‘88 IHC, Tandem, Cummins, SPECIAL ITY TRUCKS: ‘99 Freightliner FL70 Utility, Cummins 210HP, S/A, 6 speed 24’ Enclosed Body, c/w Welder, A/C, Fuel Tank, ‘83 Ford F600 Flatbed w/, Cat 3208, Big John 65C Tree Spade, UTILITY TRUCKS : ‘89 Ford Utility, Diesel, ’02 & ‘04 Chevrolet 2500HD Service, Automatic, Gas, ‘01 Ford Econoline 15 Passenger Van, LOW BOY TRAILERS: ‘01 Pitts LB50-38, Tri Axle, 120” X 49’, c/w 8’ Hyd. Ramps, 50 Ton, ‘92 Lando Drop Deck, Tri Axle,Trailer, 36ft. Deck, Ridgeneck 20Ton, DUMP TRAILER: ‘95 35’ Aluminum Frame Mac Dump, Tri Axle, ‘84 Parker Aluminum Dump, FLATBED TRAILERS: ‘90 Trailmobile 48’,Tandem, 2-40’ Flats, Gooseneck Tilt Grain Bed, Tri Axle Homemade Log Trailer, TAG TRAILERS: ‘08 All Pro 20’ Enclosed Car Hauler, c/w Roof A/C& Genset, ‘82 Trail King Tilt Top, Tandem, ‘07 Pequea Deckover Tag, Tandem, ‘06 Moritz 18’ Tag, Tandem, TOYS: Never Sold 2007 Husqvarna 4421 Utility Vehicle, Kubota Diesel, Deere Gator, 6X6, Gas, 3-EZ Go Golf Carts, VARIOUS: TP60HPP Pull Type Sweeper, Cat 260KW Generator, Detroit Generator, 2-New Sycamore 2500L Gensets, Gas, ‘96 IR 185 A/C, Diesel, 300 Gallon Chemical Sprayer NOTE: This is only a partial listing due to advertising deadlines. Many more Trucks, Trailers and Equipment will be consigned to this auction. Public is welcome to consign and buy. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR UPDATES. CONSIGNMENTS ARRIVING DAILY!!

AUCTION TWO: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 2009 * 9:30 A.M. One Owner - Unreserved Auction Be Prepared For Two Rings Selling Various Equipment in Excess of Crace Construction 316 MAIN STREET • PIKETON, OH 45661

FRIDAY, october 30TH • 8:00AM N5723 Hwy 78 – Portage, WI – Exit 108A

PartO ial LiS sting - Excavators: ‘02 Takeuchi TB175, ‘00 Link-Belt 4300QEX, 2800 Quantum, 2650, ‘98 Link-Belt 5800Q, 2700, ‘97 Link-Belt 3400Q, ‘97 JD 992E LC, ‘92 Link-Belt 2800C, Hitachi 300 Dozer: ‘88 Komatsu D37E-2 Loaders: ‘00 Komatsu WA180-3L, ‘84 JD 444, ‘79 Int’l 510, Dresser 532, Cat 955 Track Ldr Bkhoes: ‘96 Ford 575D, ‘87 JD 510C 4X4, Cat 416 Skid Steers: ‘07 RC-100, ‘03 Gehl 5635SXT, ‘94 New Holland LX565 Graders: JD 770 & 670 Lifts-Fork: ‘94 Pettibone 4x4, Pettibone B66, Hyster H110XL, Nissan 6000 Trenchers: ‘94 Case 660, Case 25+4, Ditch Witch P80 Dumps: ‘99 & ‘98 Sterling LT8501 Tri, ‘91 Ford L8000, ‘90 Ford F800 Flatbed, ‘89 Mack DM690S Quad, ‘83 Ford F800, ‘79 KW Tri, ‘48 Ford F6 Semis: ‘98 F/L Tri, ‘93 Peterbilt Tdm Trucks: ‘99 Chev 3500HD, ‘93 Int’l Tri, ‘91 F/L Flatbed/Boom Quad, ‘84 Ford L9000 Trailers-Dump: ‘07 PJ Tdm, ‘02 Ram Tdm End, ‘98 Raven Tri End, Steco End Tdm, 80” x 14’ Tdm *New*TTrlrs-Flat: , ‘06 Load King Detach Tri, ‘95 Talbert TB20, ‘92 Trail-Eze Tdm, ‘68 Strick Lowboy Mech Detach Tdm, 24’ Gooseneck Dovetail, Hmde Utility Trlrs-Enc: ‘00 Haulmark Tdm Tractor: ‘93 Hillmaster Plus: Trench & Bedding Boxes, Generators, Attachments, Compactors, Shop, Tires & Much More to Come!

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Major Equipment: ‘98 Upright AB38 Boom Lift, ‘01 JLG 1932E Scissor Lift, ‘93 Bobcat 853, Bobcat 811 Backhoe, Bobcat 6’ Broom, ’91 IR 100LWD Air Compressor, Diesel, Block Hog Block/Brick Handler, Spectra Physics LL500Laser Level, Mikasa MVH120 Plate Compactor, Concrete Forms & Accessories: 100 - Symons 2’ x 8’ Form Panels, Steel Frames w/ Wood Faces, 50 – Concrete Blankets, Various Accessories, Scaffolding: 100 Waco 6’ Scaffold Bucks, 200 Braces, Outriggers, Scaffold Feet, Casters, 8’ &16’ long Wood Boards, 5 Gates, 100 Railing Supports, 4 Stairs, Mortar mixer: Imer 350 Workman, Gas, Grout Mixer: 2 Stow M30H, w/ Honda Gas, Stow M40H, Gas/Hyd. Powered, EZ Grout Corp. MH20G03114 Mud Hog, Power Trowels: Whiteman 36” & 42”, Gas, Welders: Miller Syncrowave 200, 220V, Miller 135 Mig, 120 V, Lincoln Trailblazer 275, Various Welders, Welding rod 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16”, Lincoln Electric 7018, 70+ Shield Arc, Murex 7014, Welding Wire, CONCRETE SUPPLIES: Pallets of Masonry & Concrete Expansion Joint, 3M Fire Barrier Mortar, Boxes of Mortar break, Mortarnet, EUCO epoxy E3 Self Leveling Grout, Stainless Steel Flashing, Masonry Durowire, Synkaflex & Primer, Swell Stop, Conseal, Waterstop, Garbo 1/2 Yard Concrete Bucket, Pallets of DBR Rebar Masonr y Table Saws: Edco 14” & 20” Gas/Electric, Material Handlers: 5 Mud Pans, 1 & 2 Yd Dumpster/Hoppers, Miscellaneous Power Tools: Various Corded and Cordless Electric Drills,

Reciprocating, Circular, Jig Saws, Various 14” Cutoff Saws, Grinders, Screw guns, Hilti TE Hammer Drills, Milwaukee Electro Magnetic Drill Press , Various Belt Sanders, Band Saws, and Gas Powered Saws, Multiple Gang Boxes: Several Knaack Job Boxes, Pumps: Various Sized Multiquip Trash Pumps, Sub Pumps, Miscellaneous Piping: Various Types and Sizes of Piping, Fittings, Gaskets, Hangers and Supports, Miscellaneous materials: Aluminum Grating, CI Storm Grates and Frames, Various Fasteners, Nuts, Bolts, All Thread, CI Valve Boxes, Metal studs, Pallet of Reinforced Plastic Tarp 20’ x 100’ Rolls, Linkseal, Stainless Steel Pipe and Fittings, Miscellaneous Tools: Shop Vacs, Plan Table, Fire Extinguishers (Certified in 2009), Electric 48” Fans, Window A/C Units, Welding Leads, Halogen Lights, SumnerR250 Roust About & Sumner 2018 Mechanical Material Handlers, Shovels, rakes, and wheelbarrows, CM & Dayton 1/2 & 1 Ton Chain Hoist, Temporary Chain Link Fencing sections, 3 Torch Carts, Torch Head & Hose Assemblies, KT-50 Welding Rod Oven, Safety Harness, Lifting Sling/Straps, 5 Propane Tanks, 3 Gallon Barrels of Rebar Caps, Red Head Epoxy Guns, Industrial Chemical Sprayer, Air Impact wrenches, Masonry Wall Scrubber, “Booger Hog” by EZ Grout Co., 10 Master 165,000 BTU Heaters, Construction Fence, Various 16’, 24’ & 32’ Fiberglass Extension & Step Ladders, Milwaukee Sharp Fire, Electric, Road Closed Barricades, This is a partial list.

Ask for Ron Beverly or Call Our Corporate Office for a free Colored Brochure @ (765) 778-9277 Terms: Absolutely No Exceptions Full Payment To Be Made On Sale Day ALL CHECKS MUST HAVE CURRENT BANK LETTER GUARANTEEING FUNDS No Credit Cards Accepted 1% Buyers Premium on Each Item $2501.00 & Greater 10% Buyers Premium on Each Item $2500.00 & Less Auctioneer: Don Smock – Lic. #51799258769

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POWERS AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES ANNUAL FALL CONTRACTORS & LANDSCAPERS CONSIGNMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 2009 @ 8:00 A.M. SALE SITE: Former Farm & Fleet, Woodstock, IL 60098 Sale Site Phone: (815) 338-9700 or Fax (815) 338-9766 IL Lic. # 444000318 NO CHILDREN UNDER 18

Directions: 50 miles Northwest of Chicago. Take I-90 West to Rt. 47 (Woodstock) Exit. Go 12 miles North to intersection of Rt. 47 & Rt. 14. Look for Auction Signs. Former Farm & Fleet Location: 2000 S. Eastwood Drive (Rt. 47), Woodstock, IL. 60098 (Next to Harley Davidson)

SKID LOADERS: CAT 257B, rubber tracks, enclosed cab/heat/ac, lo pro bucket, Hydr. Coupler, attachment control kit Bobcat T-300, rubber tracks, cab, heat, a/c, lo pro bucket Bobcat T-250, rubber track, cab, heat/ac, lo pro bucket Bobcat T-250, 75% rubber, orops, quick attach Bobcat T-200, rops, canopy, 18” tracks, aux hydr., 80” bucket Bobcat T-180, Gold Package, cab w/heat/ac, aux hydr. LP bucket John Deere 332CT, rubber tracks,cab,heat, a/c, lo pro bucket w/teeth Case 85 XT, rops, high flow, aux hydr., low pro bucket Bobcat S250, rops, canopy, aux hydr. ACS controls, lo pro bucket Bobcat S185, rops, canopy, aux hydr. Lo pro bucket Bobcat S175, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, diesel Bobcat S150, rops, canopy, aux hydr. Lo pro bucket Bobcat S130, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, New tires, diesel Bobcat S130, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, New tires, diesel ASV Posi Track MD 70, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydr. Bobcat 553, orops, aux hydr. GP bucket, diesel Scat Track 2000D, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket Bobcat 943F, rops, canopy, aux hydr. Bucket, 14x17.5 tires Bobcat 463, rops, canopy, aux hydr., bucket Bobcat 453, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, diesel Bobcat 453, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, diesel Bobcat 453, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, diesel Boxer 530 Mini Ride ON, 25 hspr., dual hydr. Low hrs. gas Dingo Mini Ride ON, 22 hspr, dual hydr. New Holland 885, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket Case 1845C, forks, auger, foam-filled tires NH LS 180, aux hydr. GP bucket, diesel JD 240, cab, aux hydr., GP bucket, diesel Case 1845C, orops, aux hydr. GP bucket, diesel Melroe 753, orops, aux hydr. GP bucket, diesel NH 665, orops, aux hydr., GP bucket, diesel Bobcat 843, orops, aux hydr. GP bucket, diesel

COLLECTOR TRACTORS/TRUCKS: Farmall 300 Row Crop, 4 cyl, gas, Fast Hitch, pto Farmall 100 MTD 1 Row Cultivator, 4 cyl. Gas, Farmall “C” Uni Cycle Front End, 4 cyl.gas, 1926 INT’L Flat bed truck with open cab, SN#1088 Ford 8N Dearborn Loader, 60” bucket, 3pt, Blade, tire chains

EXCAVATORS: Yanmar Vio 70, orops, 80% rubber tracks, indep. Swing, backfill blade, diesel Bobcat 337, rubber tracks, dozer blade, cab, heat, a/c, aux hydr., hydr. thumb Hitachi EX55UR, canopy, zero tail swing, 80% rubber, New Paint, backfill blade, diesel Bobcat 331, orops, indep.swing, rubber tracks, Backfill blade, 3rd valve, diesel Bobcat 331, enclosed cab, heat/ac, dozer blade, Aux hydr., “Next to New”

Yanmar B-37, canopy, std. Boom swing, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 24” bucket, diesel Bobcat 322, rops, 3rd valve, dozer blade, only 500 hrs. Yanmar Vio 40, orops, rubber tracks, zero tail swing, Backfill blade, diesel IHI28N, canopy, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 3rd valve, diesel Airman AX30UR-2, canopy, zero tail swing, Backfill blade, diesel Yanmar B3U, canopy, zero tail swing, backfill blade, diesel Komatsu PC 28UU-2E, canopy 90% rubber tracks, Backfill blade, diesel Komatsu PC 25-1E, canopy, rubber tracks, Backfill blade, diesel Takeuchi TBO 25, canopy, indep. Swing, Rubber tracks, backfill blade, 3rd valve, diesel IHI 15N Mini Excavator, rubber tracks, backfill blade IHI 7J Mini, rubber tracks, backfill blade FORKLIFTS: JLG G-9-42A, rops, 9000lb cap. 42’ reach, 4x4, diesel JLG G-6-42-P, rops, 6000lb cap, 42’ reach, 4x4, diesel Pettibone 6036, erops, 4x4 diesel, 6000lb, 36’reach, hydr. tilt on forks CRAWLER LOADER: CAT 953, orops, GP bucket, diesel CAT 963, orops, GP bucket, diesel BOOM & SCISSOR LIFTS: Snorkel TB-42, 2whl. Drive, diesel, 42’ reach Sky Jack 8841, 4x4, gas engine, roll out platform Sky Jack 8831, 4x4, gas engine, roll out platform (5) JLG 2646 Scissor Lifts (3) Genie z-34-22 Boom Lifts TRACTORS: Case 570 MXT Skip Loader, rops, all hydr. Position, 3pt hitch, Hydr. Box blade, GP bucket, diesel eng., 1350 hrs. Hydr Lift Case 570 MXT Skip Ldr., rops, all position, 3 pt. Hitch, hdyr. box blade, GP bucket, diesel engine, 1400 hrs. Allis Chalmers 5050 utility, with ldr, 3pt, pto, ps, diesel Case Int 245 Compact, 50” belly mower, 3pt, pto, diesel Cub Cadet 5234 Compact, 4x4, 3pt, pto, ps, diesel, rops

For more information please call: POWERS AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES LLC.

Office: 815-338-9700 • Fax: 815-338-9766 AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES LLC

WWW.MIKEPOWERSAUCTIONS.COM EMAIL: mpowersequip@msn.com

TRENCHER: Ditch Witch 3500, 4 cyl. Diesel, roll bar, 5’ bar w/dozer blade SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: Assortment of New & Used Attachments Including: Bobcat TS – 36 Tree spade Bobcat Tree Boom 60”, 66” 72” 84” buckets “NEW” NEW 72” Brushcat mower/Bush hog (4) “New” 48” Pallet forks NEW Harley Power Rake Hydr. Grappler Bobcat Box Blade Bobcat #10 Post Hole auger w/bit NEW Loegering 84” Heavy Duty Snow Plow Bobcat 905 Backhoe attachment Bobcat 76” Rototiller attachment New 6’ LO flo Brush Mower Hydr. Breakers for SS & Backhoes Post Hole Diggers Landscape Rakes Trenchers Bale Forks Tree spades SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (4) New Mustang Plate Compactors (Honda Powered) (2) New Diesel Pro 6800WATT 10 1/2 Hspr Generators, remote start, w/auto shut off “NEW” Magnum Gold 4000 Self Contained Pressure Washer, 4000 psi, 15hspr. Gas eng. with diesel burner, elec. Start. (2) New Mustang Concrete Vibrators (3) Bremer elec. Core drills (2) New Sparks 4000 wt. Generators w/gas eng. (2) New 3400 PSI Power Washers New 12 & 15,000lb. Truck Winches (2) 2000 lb. ATV Winches (2) New 1” Pneumatic Impact Wrenches (2) New 16 Spd. Drill Presses (2) New Chop Saws (3) New 2450 PSI Pres. Washers (2) New Excavator Thumbs approx. 25K Aprox. 50 New Load Binders/Log Chains Graco GM 10,000 Paint Pump with 8 hspr Honda eng. Lincoln Welder with electric Start Briggs eng. AC/DC automatic idol down Twin Cylinder Emglo Compressor w/8hp Kohler

LIGHT PLANTS: Wacker LT 4, Kubota Diesel Ingersoll Rand 1005 Light Source, Kubota Diesel MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT: (3) Off Road Suzuki Mini Trucks, 3cyl. Gas 4x4 Stone Cement Mixer (2) Atlas Copco HP 1610 Hydr-Breakers 2006 Club Car Carry ALL cart, cab, dump box, gas ADDCO DOT-Sign, Changeable message board, Self contained trailer mount, Model DH100, diesel SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT: 6’ Sno Pusher for Bobcat Western Pro Flo Tail gate Salter Spdr. Western V Box 1.7yd. Salt Sprd. Swenson Ice Hawk V Box 2yd. Salt spdr. Self propelled Unit Swenson M.T.D. 4 yd. Salt Spdr. 1 yr. Old Misc. Western Plow Parts TRAILERS: Load Trail 20’ HD Tandem axle tilt, 14,000lb cap, elec. Brake Load Trail 77 x 12 SA, Landscape with gate Load Max 34x102 Gooseneck, Low Pro, 24,000GVW Load trail 83x18 Landscape Trailer with mesh gate Load Trail 80x12 Tandem Axle Dump Trailer, brakes, ramps, 10,400 GVW 2005 Wells Cargo Enclosed Trailer 2002 Eager Beaver M35 Gsl-s, 2 axle Low-Boy Detachable Gooseneck, spring suspension, 8’ deck, 35 tone, 2 position King pin, abs, 1500 org. miles 2002 Imperial 22x8’6’ tilt, 14,000GVW, electric brakes, good condition, 9000 lb elec. Wrench 1993 V-Nose Featherlite Enclosed Box trailer, 24x8, 2 tilt down ramps, elec. Brakes, tandem axle TRUCKS: 2005 Ford F450, 4 dr, 9’ dump bed, tool box, auto/ac/ps, diesel 2005 Chevy 2500 HD, Silverado, 4x4, extended cab, 6.0 liter gas, auto/ac/ps/ 8’ box 2002 Chevy 1500 Silverado, 4x4 PU, Western Sno Plow, w/sno-ex Tail gate spdr. 1999 Ford F-250 Extended cab, 8’ box with a 36’ Dura Lift (1) Man Bucket mounted In Bed 1994 Ford LN9000 Semi Tractor, L-10 Cummins 280 hspr. Wet kit, 14,600 front, 40,000 rear, spring suspension, great rubber 1980 IH 2564, 6 WHEELER, 15’ box, new 1/4’ deck, engine redone, clutch, lift cylinder, rear balance beam bushings replaced, good rubber 1987 Ford Conventional, Reg. Cab, w/11’ hydr. Turn plow 1985 Ford L8000, w/11’ hydr. Turn plow 1985 Ford L8000, w/11’ hydr. Turn plow

IMPORTANT MESSAGE! DUE TO THE SHORTAGE OF PARKING, WE NOW HAVE REMOTE LOTS AVAILABLE FOR TRUCKS & TRAILERS. (SHUTTLE SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE) PARKING ON THE FRONTAGE ROAD WILL RESULT IN PARKING TICKETS/TOWING BY THE CITY POLICE. PLEASE, WATCH FOR SIGNS. THANK YOU!


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2 ABSOLUTE AUCTIONS Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 - 9:30 a.m. Marion, Ohio NOTE: Bruce Gilliam of Gilliam Masonry Inc, is retiring; selling his masonry equipment. Bid online with proxibid.com. More details at freyauctions.com LOCATION: 850 Barks Rd, Just off RT 4 TERMS: 10% B/P on items $2500 & less, pay in full sale day by guaranteed funds. Trucks & Equipment: '00 Mack CH600 Tractor, E7-460, 10 Spd, Jake, Wetline; '94 Trailking TK70RG Tdm Fixed Lowboy, 32', Tail & Ramps. '99 Gehl DL-8H 4x4 Tele Forklift, JD Dsl, 8000#/42', Forks/Bkt, Hyds; '97 Lull 844C42 4x4 Tele Forklift, JD Dsl, 8000#/42', Hyds; (2)3/4yd Hyd Grout Hogs; '99/'98 Ford F350 XCab Flatbeds, PS Dsl, 9' Alum & '96 F350 Flatbed, PS Dsl; '01 Moritz 20' Gooseneck Flatbed; '96 US Cargo 7x14 Cargo Trlr. Hydro-Mobile M1 Scaffold Sys: (Bought New 2000) (4)Power Units; 20' Bridge; (2)18' Bridge; 14' Bridge; (2)6' & (2)2' Bridges; (4)10-Tower Bskts; Yokes; Braces; Ladders; Stops; Arms; Rails; Landings; Outriggers; Hardware & More. Truckload of NEW Bil-Jax Scaffolding! Waco Scaffold Parts; (12) Scaf-Jack Jacks; Imer 4 Bag Horz Mixer; Stow 4 Bag & (3)3 Bag Mixers; Stow Trak20 Saw; Edco, Welco & MK 20", 14” & 12” Masonry Saws. Lots of Small Masonry Equipment, Tools, Block & Supplies; Lasers; Shop Tools.

Friday, October 30th, 2009 - 9:30 a.m. Norwalk, Ohio NOTE: Equipment from King Concrete Paving Inc & Others. LOCATION: Huron County Fairgrounds, Norwalk, OH. TERMS: 10% B/P on items $2500 & less. Pay in full sale day by guaranteed funds. Loaders-Dozers-Trenching: Cat 950B RTL, SN:31R1738, GP; Cat 950B RTL, SN: 22Z1406, GP. Cat D5H Dozer, SN:8RC562, ROPS, 6-way; JD 550GLC ROPS, 6 Way; JD 450G-IV, ROPS, 6 Way; Case 850GLT Dozer, ROPS, 6 Way; (2) JD 610B TLBs; Case 1845C Skidloader, Forks, Bkt. '92 Vermeer T655 14”x6' Rock Trencher; Bomag BW172PDB Vib. Padfoot; Case W1102D Vib, & Raygo 404B Smooth Rollers; (2) Wacker Trench Rollers. Paving Equipment-ETC: CMI 3200-34 20-38' Concrete Paver; Pav-Saver 12-18 Half-Width Paver; '99 Dynaweld 'Special Paver' Detach Triax Lowboy, Air Ride; Modified CMI SF250 Fine Grader/Placer, Back Tamper, Front bld, 20-32'; CMI TR225 Auto Grader, '91 IH 710 Seal Truck w/ EZ Pour 100 kettle; 9.5' Spreader Box; BushHog & Krause Chisel Plow; Rock Windrower; Wilbeck Disc; Light Plants & Air Comps; Paint Striper. Trucks & Trailers: '90 Mack CH Tdm & '99 GMC SA Dumps; '83 Mack Superliner & '78 Mack R686ST Tractors; Mack R Paver Setup w/ Boom; Dynaweld 40TALT 20t Tag; Holden Triax Lowboy; (5) Tag Trailers; Volvo COE Van; IH & Mack Vans, Liftgate; Peterbilt COE C&C; IH S1854 Stake; '00 Chevy 2500HD 4x4 XCab; '00 Ford F350 Crew Cab; Chevy Pickup & Mech Trks; Chevy 2500 4X4 XCab Mech.; '02 Ford 4x4 Explorer.

Robert G. Frey, Auctioneer Archbold, Ohio 43502 Phone 419-445-3739 www.freyandsons.com

ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315-633-2944 • Flemington, NJ Thurs., October 22, 2009 For: Concrete Trucks and Trailers, Plus 52 Acre Quarry Zone for Asphalt & Concrete Plant Usage • Charlotte, NC Fri., October 23, 2009 For: Very Large, Late Model Job Completion Auction • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., October 23, 2009 For: Large Construction Equipment Auction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Hazleton, PA Sat., October 24, 2009 For: Scrap Handling Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Trailers, Pickups, Construction Equipment & Parts Trucks • Los Angeles, CA Tues., October 27, 2009 For: Construction, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Rental Fleet Equipment • Racine, WI Fri., October 30, 2009 For: Construction Equipment Company Liquidation, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Dump Trucks, Trailers & Support • Syracuse, NY Sat., October 31, 2009 For: Large Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklifts, Trailers, Trucks & Support Equipment • Bangor, ME Fri., November 6, 2009 For: Large Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklifts, Trailers, Trucks & Support Equipment • Detroit, MI Sat., November 7, 2009 For: Large Model Earthmoving & Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Springdale, AR Fri., November 13, 2009 For: Very Late Model Aggregate Construction Equipment Auction • South Plainfield, NJ Sat., November 14, 2009 For: Property is SOLD! Complete Liquidation of Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Houston, TX Thurs., November 19, 2009 For: Late Model Construction, Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Support, Truck & Trailers •Manassas, VA Fri., November 20, 2009 For: Job Completion Auction of Cat, John Deere, Earthmoving Equipment & Rental Returns of Late Model Equipment

Coming Auctions Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Dubai, United Arab Emirates Dec 14 - 16

• Greenwich (Albany), NY Wed., December 30, 2009 For: Late Model Kobelco, New Holland, Cat, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Forklifts, Aerial, Support Equipment

• Narita, Japan Jan 27, 2010

• Kissimmee, FL Sunday thru Saturday., February 1-8, 2010 For: Annual 8 Day Sale of the Latest & Greatest Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Cranes, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks and All Types of Trailers and Support Equipment – THE REAL SALE! • Portland, OR DTBA For: Rental Fleet Construction, Aerial, Telescopic Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Newark, NJ DTBA For: Rental Fleet Construction, Aerial, Telescopic Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

CAT AUCTION SERVICES Shakopee, MN Phone: 866-750-9432

• Foxboro, MA For: ONLINE Liquidation Sale – Surplus Equipment from Optimum Equipment LLC – www.josephfinn.com

• Wed., November 11, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

JOE PYLE AUCTIONS Mt. Morris, PA Phone: 724-324-9000

UTILITY AUCTIONS Wilmington, DE Phone: 302-654-1846

• Houston, TX Thurs., October 22, 2009 For: Unreserved Public Auction COCHRAN AUCTIONEERS Boonsboro, MD Phone: 800-310-2844

• Harrison, MI Thurs., October 22, 2009 For: Heavy Equipment, Logging Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Utility Trucks

• Edmonton, AB, CAN Oct 28 - 30 • Torreon, Mexico Oct 30 • Las Vegas, NV Nov 6 • Detroit, MI Nov 10 • Hartford, CT Nov 11 • Atlanta, GA Nov 13 & 14 • Salt Lake City, UT Nov 13

• Queretaro, Mexico Fri., December 4, 2009 For: Large Construction Equipment Auction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Pittsburgh, PA Nov 20

• Columbus, OH Sat., December 5, 2009 For: Construction, Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Istanbul, Turkey Nov 21

• Cincinnati, OH Tues., December 29, 2009 For: Construction, Support

• Wed., October 28, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

• Denver, CO Oct 20 & 21

• Houston, TX Nov 17 - 19

• Atlantic City, NJ Sat., December 19, 2009 For: Late Rental Return Auction of Late Model Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers & Support Equipment

JOSEPH FINN COMPANY Newton, MA Phone: 617-964-1886

DARRYL DUNKLE & ASSOCIATES AUCTIONEERS Harrison, MI Phone: 800-433-6670

• Albuquerque, NM Oct 27

• Meppen, Germany Nov 19 • Kansas City, MO Nov 20

• Phoenix, AZ Nov 19 & 20

• Brisbane, Australia Nov 24 • Grande Prairie, AB, CAN Nov 25 & 26 • Geelong, Australia Nov 26 • Polotitlan, Mexico Dec 8 • Denver, CO Dec 8 & 9 • Toronto, ON, CAN Dec 7 & 8 • Columbus, OH Dec 10 • Olympia, WA Dec 10 & 11

STOCK AUCTION COMPANY St. Edward, NE Phone: 800-937-3558

• Little Rock, AR Wed.-Fri., October 28-30, 2009 For: Job Completion Auction

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS Richmond, BC, Canada Phone: 402-421-2631

• Ocana, Spain Oct 23

• Lebanon, TN Sat., December 12, 2009 For: TBA

• Thurs., October 29, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

• Hagerstown, MD November 5-7, 2009 For: Major 3 Day Regional Equipment & Truck Auction

• Charleston, WV Oct 22

• Thurs., October 22, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

• Louisville, KY Sat., November 21, 2009 For: TBA

BIG IRON TIMED INTERNET ONLY AUCTION Go to www.stockra.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

BLACKMON AUCTIONS, INC. Little Rock, AR Phone: 501-664-4526

• St. Louis, MS DTBA For: Rental Fleet Equipment – Both Large & Small, Support, Trucks & Trailers

• Ledyard (Foxwood Casino), CT Sat., November 21, 2009 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Dallas, TX Wed., December 16, 2009 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Support Equipment, Aerials, Trucks & Trailers

• Las Vegas, NV Feb 5, 2010

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS Pleasanton, CA Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS Lebanon, TN Phone: 800-806-3395

DON SMOCK AUCTION COMPANY Pendleton, IN Phone: 765-778-9277 • Lucasville, OH Fri., October 23, 2009 For: Construction Equipment • Piketon, OH Sat., October 24, 2009 For: Construction Equipment • Marion, OH Tues., October 27, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

• Charleston, WV Sat., October 24, 2009 For: Construction Equipment Auction L & L EQUIIPMENT SALES Fairview, TN Phone: 615-799-0850 ONLINE AUCTION Go to www.landlequipmentsales.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

NITKE AUCTIONS Wausau, WI Phone: 715-362-6162

• Perris, CA Sat., Dec. 5, 2009 – 8AM Live Online Bidding www.wca-online.com

• Wausau, WI Fri. & Sat., Oct. 23 & 24, 2009 For: 2 Day Auction – Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

WILLIAMS AND LIPTON AUCTION Farmington, MI Phone: 248-478-2000

• Wausau, WI Sat., Dec. 12, 2009 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

HOWARD VISSCHER AUCTION Nichols, NY Phone: 607-699-7250

• Manchester, CT Sat., October 31, 2009 For: Special Fleet Lease Auction of Construction Equipment, Tools and Supplies

• Tioga County, NY Sat., October 31, 2009 For: Upstate Machinery Construction Equipment Auction

• North Franklin, CT Tues., November 3, 2009 For: Truck Tractors, Van & Utility Body Trucks, Fleet Vehicles

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY Hatfield, PA Phone: 215-361-9099

• North Franklin, CT Fri. & Sat., November 13-14, 2009 For: Construction, Earthmoving and Paving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Portage, WI Fri., Oct. 30, 2009 For: Heavy Construction Equipment And Semi, Truck & Trailer • Foley, MN Fri., Dec. 4, 2009 For: Heavy Construction Equipment And Semi, Truck & Trailer

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC Perris, CA Phone: 866-731-7760

• Sat., December 5, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. North Franklin, CT Phone: 860-642-4200

IRAY AUCTIONS Foley, MN Phone: 320-968-7230

• Wilmington, DE Fri., October 23, 2009 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment Auction

• Sioux Falls, SD Sat., Oct. 24, 2009 – 10AM Live Online Bidding www.wca-online.com

• Norwalk, OH Fri., October 30, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

• Port Canaveral, FL Wed., November 4, 2009 For: Beyel Bros – Sealed Bid Auction

• Wed., November 25, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

POWERS AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES, LLC Woodstock, IL Phone: 815-338-9700 • Woodstock, IL Sat., October 24, 2009 For: 17th Annual Fall Contractors Consignment Auction RDO EQUIPMENT CO. AUCTIONS Fargo, ND Phone: 866-536-5189 October 20-27, 2009 ONLINE Liquidation Sale www.rdoauctions.com

• Clinton Township, MI Thurs., October 15, 2009 Public Auction of Construction Equipment

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS Frederick, MD Phone: 301-898-0340 • York Springs, PA Sat., October 23, 2009 For: Construction Equipment • Denver, PA Sat., October 24, 2009 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Tools • Frederick, MD Sat., December 11, 2009 For: Southern Mid-Atlantic Contractors Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. Holland, OH Phone: 419-865-3990 • Darlington, PA Thurs., October 22, 2009 For: 7th Annual Fall Auction • Bow, NH Thurs., November 12, 2009 For: 8th Annual Fall Auction • Lorain, OH Thurs., November 19, 2009 For: Rowland Trucking Inc. • Kissimmee, FL Feb 8 –Feb. 16, 2010 36th Annual Kissimmee, FL Auction


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www.ironplanet.com

Online Auction. Thursday, October 29

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AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS

94

DOZERS

156

FORKLIFTS

327

78

BACKHOES

216

EXCAVATORS

137

LOADERS

157 Attachments & Parts

133 56

COMPACTORS

FARM EQUIPMENT

157

SKID-STEERS

35 Scrapers

36 Bore/Trench/Drill

249 Trucks – Off-Road

27 Graders

And Much More

131 On-Road Trailers TRUCKS – ON-ROAD

Auctions you can trust Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change.

Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedule, guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.


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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AUCTION ONE COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIQUIDATION AERIALS & FORKLIFTS, TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, & TRAILERS.

MCM Companies United Rentals RSC (Rental Service Corp.)

Rental Service Corporation

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 @ 9:30 A.M. RACINE, WISCONSIN DIRECTIONS: From General Mitchell Int’l Airport in Milwaukee: (approx. 20 min.), take I-94S to Exit 333, Hwy 20. Proceed to East Frontage Rd., go South to auction site on left. From Chicago O’Hare Field: (approx. 45 min.), take I-294 N to I-94 N. Proceed to Exit 333, Hwy 20E, continue to East Frontage Road. Address: 1821 East Frontage Rd. Sturtevant, WI 53177. NOTE: Featured in this sale will be late model construction equipment, aerials, forklifts, support equipment, late model trucks & trailers from RSC & United Rentals. HILITES: ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: Grove RT65S, 2 HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2004 Case 330, 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2003 Case CX460, 2005 Case CX330, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADER: Cat 950, Michigan 55, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (2) Case 850K-2, 13 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (3) 2002 Gradall 534D9-45, (3) 2002 Terex TH842C, 2002 Terex TH636C, 2003 JCB 520, 2003 JCB 508C, 2003 JCB 506C-HL, 2006 Cat TH350B, 2003 JLG G6-42A, Lull 6K-37, BOOM LIFTS: Genie S40, SCISSOR LIFTS: 2000 JLG 260MRT, AG TRACTORS: JD 4250, TRUCKS: 1995 Int’l. 9500 (s/a), DUMP TRUCKS: 1981 Mack MS200 (s/a), TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007 Volvo (t/a), 2 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2009 LoadTrail 22ft. (t/a), 2009 LoadTrail 20ft. (t/a), WATER EQUIPMENT TRAILER: 2007 LoadKing 553-SS 55ton (tri.), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: 72in. – 84in. Buckets, Pallet Forks, Fork Frames, Thumbs, Hay Spears, Tractors: Shaver 3 point hitch Post Driver, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Pressure Washers: (2) 2009 Easy Kleen Magnum Plus, (2) 2009 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold.

Chad (L) and Steve Robards look over the engine of this Case 850 dozer.

Jaren Stoner of Shinabery Equipment takes a look at this Case 850k dozer.

MacDonald Machinery’s Case Fleet Unloaded at Lyon’s Sale lex Lyon & Son held an auction in Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 9. The auction featured a major Case rental fleet reduction sale for MacDonald

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Machinery Co. As a well established Case dealer in the midwest, MacDonald Machinery Co. sold very late model rental fleet equipment to make room for next year’s new arrivals.

Mark Johnston (L), president and CEO of MacDonald Machinery Co., and Eric Nettleton, business manager of Case Construction, discuss the auction.

Chad Ketelsen (R), Alex Lyon & Son vice president, Midwest division, answers some questions about this Case CX160 from Les Hull of Hull’s 151 Implement.

Kenny Meadows of Meadows Excavating sits in the cab of the Case CX135.

Staying out of the rain in the cab of this Case CX210 is Jim Markus of Markus Backhoe & Trenching.

SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 REGISTERED WI AUCTION FIRM: #223-053 Alex Lyon & Son, Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER: #1878-052 Jack Lyon Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

Visit us on the Internet at www.lyonauction.com The Complete Auction And Appraisal Service

ALEX LY N & SON SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC.

Bridgeport, NY 315/633-2944, Fax: 315/633-8010 • Syracuse, NY (Evenings) 315/637-8912 • www.lyonauction.com


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Metrolift Inc. Appoints Moore as New Chief Financial Officer Metrolift Inc., an independently owned, full service provider of aerial lift equipment and services has promoted Tony Moore to the position of CFO to its executive management team. This is a newly created position designed to address the company’s long term strategic objectives and financial strength. He has served in numerous consulting, financial and strategic roles for companies such as RSM McGladrey, Imperial Group and Bloch Lumber Company where he recently served as CFO. “Tony will be an integral part of our growth strategy as we continue to move forward,” stated Rick Dahl, president and CEO of Metrolift Inc. “He brings a wealth of business knowledge and experience that will emphasize growth and operational efficiency.” Stephen Harrison will retain his position of treasurer at Metrolift and will report directly to Moore. For more information, call 888/5438289 or visit www.metrolift.com.

2 UPCOMING SALES Saturday, November 21st

LOUISVILLE, KY 9:00AM (EST.) Brochure Deadline: October 22nd

Saturday, December 12th

LEBANON, TN

Tony Moore

9:00AM (CST.) Brochure Deadline: November 12th

Now Accepting Consignments for Both Auctions

Farm Machinery, Construction Equipment, Trucks, Fleet Vehicles Selling on Big Iron Timed Online Internet Auction

November 11, November 25

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PRELIMINARY NOTICE - UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Detroit Michigan

Auction Update

25 CAT 375L

1 OF 3– CAT D6R LGP

1 OF 2– 2003 CAT 980G SERIES II

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2001 FREIGHTLINER FL70

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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC RACINE WI .............................................................................72 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..........................................9 ALL ERECTION & CRANE RENTALS ............................................3 ALLU GROUP ...............................................................................31 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT .................................................11 ASPEN EQUIPMENT....................................................................40 BARGAINS ....................................................................................65 BODINE MFG................................................................................60 BRANDEIS ....................................................................................31 BUDROVICH INC..........................................................................28 CEG PRODUCTIONS ...................................................................43 CEG SCALE MODELS..................................................................53 CHAMPION MOTOR GRADERS..................................................46 CLASSIFIEDS ..........................................................................66,67 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE CEG WANTED........................................................................64 CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM .........................34 DARRELL DUNKLE & ASSOCIATES HARRISON, MI .......................................................................68 DIERZEN TRAILERS CO..............................................................40 DON SMOCK AUCTION CO LUCASVILLE OHIO ................................................................68 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ....................................................45 DURATECH...................................................................................62 DYNAPAC .....................................................................................52 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS........................................................17 EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA ..............................................31 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC...............................................................7 FABICK CAT....................................................................................3 FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC .....................................................10 FCC EQUIPMENT FINANCIAL.....................................................16 FELLING TRAILERS .....................................................................37 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO.......................................................11 FREY & SONS AUCTIONEERS ...................................................70 GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT ...................................................15 GEITH INC ....................................................................................28 GROSSMAN CHEVROLET ..........................................................39 HALL INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ....................................................61 HARTS TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO........................................13 HH FABRICATION ........................................................................30 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO................................63,76 HULLS 151 IMPLEMENT INC ......................................................29 IRAY AUCTION FRIDAY / AND FRIDAY...........................................................68 IROCK CRUSHERS......................................................................60 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION..................................................................71

JOHN DEERE ...............................................................................47 JOHNSEN TRAILER SALES INC .................................................25 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ...............................46 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ........................................................48 KUBOTA ........................................................................................49 LINK-BELT CONSTRUCTION EQPT............................................20 LUBY EQUIPMENT SERVICES....................................................29 MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC...........................................................6 MID COUNTRY MACHINERY.......................................................21 MIDLAND EQUIPMENT CO .........................................................42 MUSTANG MFG............................................................................50 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ............................................51 PATTEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ........................................2 PIRTEK USA ...................................................................................6 POWERS AUCTION SERVICE WOODSTOCK, IL ...................................................................69 POWERSCREEN MW DEALER ...................................................59 RDO EQUIPMENT/SCHARBER EQUIPMENT.............................27 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ...........................................62 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LOUISVILLE, KY.....................................................................73 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS DETROIT, MI / AUCTION UPDATE .......................................74 ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES CO...........................................8 ROLAND MACHINERY INC............................................................5 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ...............................................................32 SANDVIK MINING & CONSTRUCTION .......................................57 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ........................................................63 STAR EQUIPMENT LTD ...............................................................23 STOCK AUCTIONS.......................................................................73 SUBURBAN CHEVROLET ...........................................................41 TITAN MACHINERY......................................................................33 TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS ............................................30 TOWMASTER INC.......................................................................38 WEST SIDE TRACTOR SALES....................................................19 WORLDWIDE EQUIPMENT LLC..................................................42 ZM INDUSTRIES ............................................................................6 OHIO STATE SUPPLEMENT BOBCAT ENTERPRISES................................................................3 GIBSON MACHINERY LLC ............................................................5 JD EQUIPMENT INC ......................................................................3 NORTRAX .......................................................................................8 THE MCLEAN CO...........................................................................7

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