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$102M Viaduct Reconstruction Under Way in N.J. The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) project to rehabilitate the viaduct along Route 495 began in September 2017 and includes repairs and reconstruction of the bridge deck, replacement and strengthening of deteriorated structural steel, and the repair and painting of the substructure.

The Science Behind Tunnel Boring Machines...10

ARTBA: More Than 47,000 Bridges ‘Structurally Deficient’...16

By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT JESCO to Host Demo Day for Long Island Contractors...34

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A $102 million state-funded project involving a nine-span viaduct along Route 495 is currently under way in New Jersey’s Hudson County. Specifically, the bridge carries traffic on

Route 495 over the NYS&W and Conrail rail lines, as well as Route 1 and 9, Paterson Plank Road and Liberty Avenue in the township of North Bergen. The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) project to rehabilitate the viaduct began in September 2017 and

includes repairs and reconstruction of the bridge deck, replacement and strengthening of deteriorated structural steel, and the repair and painting of the substructure. In addition, there will be drainage improvements as well as safety and operational performance improvements. see VIADUCT page 102

Lack of Funds May Mean Repairs to NYC Rail Tunnel

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By David Porter ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK (AP) With key federal funding nowhere in sight for a new $13 billion rail tunnel between New York and New Jersey, project organizers said April 2 they are taking a hard look at whether to shift focus to performing major electrical repairs to the 108year-old tube. It’s an approach similar to the one taken by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo with New York City’s L subway line connecting

Brooklyn and Manhattan, which had been scheduled for a lengthy shutdown this year. In January, the Democrat announced a plan to keep the line open by changing the nature of the repairs to the Canarsie Tunnel, which runs under the East River. The Hudson River tunnel, through which more than 400 trains operated by Amtrak or New Jersey’s commuter rail service pass each day, is at the center of a bitter dispute between the two states and the federal government over how it is to be paid for. Recently, the Federal Transit Administration gave the tunnel project

and an associated rail bridge project in northern New Jersey low ratings that make them ineligible for federal grant funding. Democratic members of both states’ congressional delegations have accused the Trump administration of withholding money for political reasons, something federal rail officials deny. Gateway Development Corp. board members overseeing the Hudson tunnel project said that while they remain committed to continuing pre-construction design and engineering see TUNNEL page 114


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THE SCIENCE BEHIND TUNNEL BORING MACHINES

Project owners are responsible for the Geological Bassline Report. GBRs are legal documents, from which the contractors and equipment manufacturers take the specs to bid the job and determine the type of machinery needed.

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ARTBA : MORE THAN 47,000 BRIDGES ‘STRUCTURALLY DEFICIENT’

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The final piece of structural steel recently was installed at the Liebherr USA Co. new headquarters building — a significant construction milestone. Work is on schedule for completion in 2020.

The HRTAC approved a funding agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation March 29 to deliver the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) Expansion Project — the largest transportation project in Virginia’s history.

This new facility allows SITECH Chesapeake to better serve its customers from a central location, while providing the company access to dedicated warehouse space, a modern workshop and plenty of space for educational seminars.

The 55,000 sq. ft. facility features minimalistic interior features and a complex exterior curtain wall. But the custom cast-in-place concrete arch superstructure is the building’s defining feature.

Case gave an insight into a sustainable, connected and technologically advanced future of construction at the bauma trade show in Munich, Germany, by unveiling its methane-powered wheel loader concept — ProjectTETRA.

Southeast Pa. generates 41 percent of the state’s total economic activity and is home to 32 percent of its population on just 5 percent of its land — a level that requires a “high-capacity transit system to keep the region moving.”

Investments to repair, replace and upgrade aging drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems generate and sustain jobs directly through needed repair projects, but also stimulate economic activity in other related sectors.

The new One Call Rentals Store in Washington offers sales, rental, parts and service, and features a full line of mid-size and compact Cat machinery, including mini-hydraulic excavators, skid steer loaders, telehandlers and more.

Amtrak plans to invest up to $90 million in improvements to the historic station as part of the deal, including expansion and modernization to accommodate passenger growth and significantly improve the customer experience.

JESCO Inc.announced that it will hold a demonstration and training opportunity on the latest technology available for heavy construction equipment at the Local 138 Apprentice Training School in Yaphank, Long Island on May 3.

JLG Industries Inc. has announced the Minnesota Twins LLC maintenance crew as its first winner of the JLG “Crews Across America” sweepstakes. The organization was chosen among hundreds of qualified entries.

AGENCIES OK FUNDING FOR VA.’S HAMPTON ROADS BRIDGE-TUNNEL

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AGC’S BEST PROJECT OF 2018: VETERAN’S MEMORIAL, MUSEUM

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REPORT OUTLINES FUNDING CHALLENGES FOR SOUTHEASTERN PA.

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The Science Behind Tunnel Boring Machines By Jennifer McKevitt CEG CORRESPONDENT

Historically, tunnel boring machines (TBMs) are named for women, a tradition originating with miners praying to their patron saint, Barbara, for protection from cave-ins, suffocation and other dangers associated with digging underground. Naming a boring machine in advance of a project is thought to bring good luck, and thus we have Seattle’s Bertha, the Chesapeake Bay’s Chessie and New York’s Nora, created by the Robbins Company for work on the Delaware Aqueduct. Nora’s namesake was Nora Stanton Blatch Deforest Barney, the first female civil engineer in America. Naming conventions aren’t all that’s fascinating about boring machines. Because creating a tunnel is a massive undertaking, the machines are always built to suit, or specialized, based on the ground and soil types they’re set to plunder. Project owners are responsible for the accuracy of the ground in question’s assessment, called a Geological Bassline Report, or GBR. GBRs are legal documents, from which the contractors and equipment manufacturers take the specs to bid the job and determine the type of machinery needed. A corporate communications director at the Herrenknecht Company, a German manufacturer of tunnel boring machines, headquartered in Allmannsweier, Schwanau,

On Aug. 29, 2018, a 30.4-ft. (9.26 m) diameter Robbins Crossover (XRE) TBM crossed the finish line at the Akron Ohio Canal Interceptor Tunnel.

This 22.3 ft. (6.8 m) single shield TBM will bore a tunnel to replace a damaged portion of the Delaware Aqueduct that supplies half the raw water supply to New York City.

Baden-Württemberg, described the features that contribute to a ground assessment: • Grain size distribution curves; • bulk density/buoyant bulk density; • friction angle; • cohesion; • stiffness modulus; • permeability; • groundwater level; • Atterberg limits (a basic measure of the critical water contents of a fine-grained soil: its shrinkage limit, plastic limit, and liquid limit. Depending on its water content, a soil may appear in one of four states: solid, semi-solid, plastic and liquid); • uniaxial compressive strength/rock mass strength/tensile rock strength; • quartz content; and • abrasiveness. Additionally, she said, “Each individual tunnel route has special geological and hydrogeological conditions, which will help design the TBM equipment for a safe and proper use.” Once the project owner creates a GBR, other tools may be applied by the tunneling team to warn of potential challenges and to assist in determining the appropriate TBM. In hard rock, such challenges may include unexpected waterand air-filled cavities, or sudden changes indicating weakness zones that could cause danger. Therefore, advance detection by means of a Seismic Prediction System (ISP) is often employed, wherein a surface wave is sent along the tunnel wall, ultimately merging into a space wave at the wall face. Once it encounters a potential obstacle, the reflected space wave generates a response indicating an unexpected condition. see TBM page 108


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ARTBA: More Than 47,000 Bridges ‘Structurally Deficient’ According to the latest annual bridge report issued by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, 47,052 bridges in the United States are classified as “structurally deficient,” down slightly from the 2018 edition. ARTBA Chief Economist Alison Premo Black wrote the report and conducted the bridge analysis based on information from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s 2018 National Bridge Inventory database. “America’s bridge network is outdated, underfunded and in urgent need of modernization,” she said in a statement. “State and local governments just haven’t been given the necessary resources to get the job done.” ARTBA’s report said the most traveled structurally deficient bridges in the country are on parts of Route 101, Interstate 405 and Interstate 5 in California, where vehicle crossings are as high as 289,000 per day. The “structurally deficient” classification

— which conforms to performance measures established by a Federal Highway Administration rulemaking finalized in

January 2018 — does not mean the structure is unsafe to use. Rather, it describes bridges in need of repair or replacement of at least

some components, such as the surface decking. ARTBA’s bridge report also noted that: • The average age of a structurally deficient bridge is 62 years, compared to 40 years for non-deficient bridges — a decrease from 67 years, which was the average age of a structurally deficient bridge highlighted in ARTBA’s 2018 report. • Roughly 235,000 or 38 percent of the 616,087 bridges in the United States need repair, replacement or major rehabilitation according to the group’s 2019 report. That’s a slight increase from the 226,837 structures out of a population of 612,677 bridges with “identifiable repair needs” cited in the ARTBA’s analysis last year. Some 18,842 or one out of every three Interstate highway bridges have “identifiable” repair needs; a slight increase from the 17,726 Interstate highway bridges spotlighted in ARTBA’s 2018 report. 

Agencies OK Funding for Va.’s Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel The Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission (HRTAC) approved a funding agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation March 29 to deliver the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) Expansion Project — the largest transportation project in Virginia’s history. The project adds new interstate capacity and twin, two-lane, bored tunnels along nearly 10 mi. of Interstate 64 between Hampton and Norfolk. All I-64 projects under construction in the region today have been made possible through the HRTAC and VDOT partnership. The Project Agreement for Funding and Administration (PAFA), approved by HRTAC at a special commission meeting in Chesapeake, commits $3.56 billion for the I-64 HRBT expansion work, an amount to be paid through the Hampton Roads Transportation Fund from regional sales and gas taxes. The agreement means HRTAC will fund 95 percent of the project. Other project funding includes $200 million from the commonwealth’s Smart Scale program and $108 million from VDOT to fund the replacement of the South Island Trestle Bridges in Norfolk.

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Construction on the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel is set to begin in 2020 and finish in 2024.

“The PAFA we are authorizing today would not be possible without unprecedented cooperation between HRTAC’s local and state leaders, VDOT and the Commonwealth Transportation Board,” said HRTAC Chairman Michael Hipple. “Together, we have worked to provide regional solutions and partnerships that ensure future congestion relief and connectivity throughout the region.” VDOT Commissioner Stephen C. Brich

commended HRTAC for making critical infrastructure investments that will improve travel time reliability and safety, promote economic growth throughout the corridor and enhance the quality of life for all Hampton Roads residents. “We are one step closer to constructing the HRBT Expansion Project, and HRTAC has been a committed partner in advancing this generational project,” said Brich. Hampton Roads Connector Partners

(HRCP) is the design-build team selected to deliver the project by Nov. 1, 2025. A construction contract, which contains an early completion incentive, was expected to be executed in early April. A groundbreaking ceremony for the HRBT Expansion Project was also scheduled for April. “HRTAC, the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization and VDOT are solving our region’s highway congestion by moving highway improvement projects forward at an unprecedented pace,” said Kevin Page, executive director, HRTAC. The HRBT improvements will occur in the cities of Norfolk and Hampton. “With over one billion dollars of regional funding already invested by HRTAC in congestion relief projects under construction by VDOT, HRTAC’s funding commitment to the HRBT expansion is truly another major milestone for Hampton Roads and the Commonwealth,” said Norfolk Mayor Kenneth Alexander. “The nearly 200 lane miles of new and rehabilitated interstate construction currently underway is proof we are just beginning to show what Hampton Roads can do to help solve its transportation problems,” said Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck. 


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2012 HYUNDAI HL740-9 (6006717), 1805 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 145 HP Diesel Engine, 3 CU Yard Pin on Bucket, Back up Camera, Radio ........................$62,500

2005 JOHN DEERE 410G (60021013), 4,625 Hrs, Good Cond, Cab w/Heat, 4WD 90 HP JD Diesel Engine, Side Dump, 2 Lever Controls, 24” BH Bkt, Hyd Thumb.. ......................................................$32,500

2014 KUBOTA KX080-4W3 (6008903), 2505 Hrs, Quick Coupler, 36” WB Bkt, Bolt on Pads, Hyd Thumb, Travel Alarm, MP3 Radio ....................................$52,500

EXCAVATORS 2005 BOBCAT 334 (6008908), 2310 Hrs, ROPS, Straight Blade, Hydraulic Thumb, QC, 18” Bucket ..................................................................................................................$15,000 2008 KUBOTA KX121 (6008909), 3765 Hrs, Cab, QC, 4-Way Dozer Blade, 18” QA Bucket ........................................................................................................................$18,500 2016 KOBELCO 35SR-6E (2903507), 500 Hrs, Cab w/AC & Heat, 4-Way Angle Dozer Blade, Rubber Tracks, Standard Boom, Long Arm w/5’3” Bucket Cylinder............$37,600 2013 KUBOTA KX040-4R3A (3004658), 1,450 Hrs, Cab w/AC, Rubber Tracks, Angle Blade, QC, 24” Bkt, Hyd Thumb ..............................................................................$39,700 2013 KUBOTA U55-4R3A (3004674), 1,860 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, angle blade, QC, 24” bucket, HYD thumb..........................................................................$44,800 2013 KUBOTA KX057-4R3 (3004673), 1,700 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, QC, 24” bkt ........................................................................................................................$44,800 2013 KUBOTA KX057-4R3A (3004701), 1200 Hrs, Quick Coupler, 24” QA Trenching Bucket, Travel Alarm ................................................................................................$48,700 2016 KOBELCO 55SRX-6E (2905502), 490 Hrs, Cab w/AC & Heat, 4-Way Blade, Rubber Tracks, Aux Hyd, Travel Alarm, Werk Brau 24” Bucket & Coupler............$52,700 2014 KUBOTA KX080-4W3 (6008903), 2505 Hrs, Quick Coupler, 36” WB Bkt, Bolt on Pads, Hyd Thumb, Travel Alarm, MP3 Radio ..........................................................$52,500 2017 KOBELCO 85CS-3E (2908502), 685 Hrs, 17.7” Wide Rubber Tracks, Aux Hyd w/Hand Control, Dozer Blade, Werk Brau Special Coupler w/ Hydr. Pin-Mounted Thumb ....................................................................................................................................$95,500 2014 KOBELCO 140SRDZ (2914018), 2000 Hrs, 23.6" Grouser Shoes, Dozer Blade, 1 & 2 Way Flow, Standard 9'4" Arm, Mechanical Suspension Seat ............................$99,000 2015 KOBELCO 140SR-3 (2914021), 680 Hrs, 23.6" Grouser Shoes, Dozer Blade, 1 & 2 Way Flow, Standard Boom, Standard 9'4" Arm, Mechanical Suspension Seat ....$98,900 2009 KOBELCO SK260LR (2926001), 1,900 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, 42” Bucket, Long Reach ........................................................................................................................$140,000 2013 KOBELCO SK260SR (2926004), 2,700 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, Steel Tracks, Hyd QC, 42” Bkt, Pattern Changer ..................................................................................$132,000 2012 KOBELCO SK350LC-9 (2935002), 3,125 Hrs, Cab w/Air, Rear View Camera, 31.5” Shoes, 1&2 Way Aux Hyd, Mechanical Seat ................................................$115,800 LOADER-BACKHOES 1984 CASE 780B (60021011), 780B, 36” Pin On Backhoe Bucket, Pin On Loader Bucket ......................................................................................................................................$9,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 310SG (60021010), Cab w/ Heat, Extendable Backhoe, 24" HD Backhoe Bucket, 2 Lever Controls, 3 Func Hydraulic & Loader W/ RTD ..............$26,900 1998 JOHN DEERE 410E (60021007), 5600 Hrs, Cab With Heat. 90 HP JD Diesel Engine. 1.5 Yard Bucket With Bolt on Edge. 2 Lever BH Controls with 24" Pin on BH Bucket. ........................................................................................................................$18,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 410G (60021013), 4,625 Hrs, Good Cond, Cab w/Heat, 4WD 90 HP JD Diesel Engine, Side Dump, 2 Lever Controls, 24” BH Bkt, Hyd Thumb ....$32,500 2002 CASE 580M (60021002), 8200 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, 4WD, Ext Hoe, 24" Backhoe Bkt ....................................................................................................................................$27,000 2009 KUBOTA M59 TLB (6005278), 1,050 Hrs, 24” Backhoe Bucket, GP Bucket, Hydraulic Thumb, Front Loader, Needs Transmission ..............................................$22,500

2015 JOHN DEERE 310SL (20310555), 1,100 Hrs, Cab, 24” HD Bucket, Extendable Dipper Stick, 2 Lever Mech Controls, MFWD..........................................................$79,900 DOZERS 2016 JOHN DEERE 650K (2065067), 1,400 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 69" LGP Track Guage, Hyd Fan Drive, Air Susp H/BFAB Seat ..................................................................$127,900 TRACTORS & UTILITY VEHICLES 2005 KUBOTA ZD21F-60 (6005286), 1980 Hrs, ROPS, 21 HP Kubota Diesel Engine, 60” Deck, Rear Hopper ................................................................................................SOLD 2010 KUBOTA BX2660TV (6005285), 220 Hrs, Great Condition, 26HP KU Diesel Engine, LA243 Loader, 48” Pin on Bucket, 60” Mower Deck, ROPS, 3 Point Hitch .......... ....................................................................................................................................$10,250 2015 KUBOTA MX4800 (6005287), Front Loader ................................................$23,500 LOADERS 2016 KUBOTA R530R41 (3006526), 710 Hrs, Hydraulic QC, 74” LM Bucket, BOCE .... ....................................................................................................................................$49,900 2012 HYUNDAI HL740-9 (6006717), 1805 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 145 HP Diesel Engine, 3 CU Yard Pin on Bucket, Back up Camera, Radio ....................................................$62,500 2015 KAWASAKI 62Z7 (2706201), 700 Hrs, Heated Seat w/TLV Susp, Back-Up Camera, QC Coupler, 20.5 R25 Radial Tires ..........................................................................$98,900 2015 KAWASAKI 67Z7 (2706701), 1250 Hrs, Radial Set of Four 20.5R25 Tires, 2.8 CU YD General Purpose Bucket, Hydraulic Coupler, Ride Control, 3-Spool Valve Control Lever & Lines, Backup Camera, Heated Seat w/TLV Suspension..........................$104,000 COMPACTION & PAVING EQUIPMENT 2011 DYNAPAC TR850 (4007047), 300 Hrs, 21" Dia x 33" Drum, HATZ 2G40 17HP Diesel Engine................................................................................................................$7,500 2014 DYNAPAC CC1200 (4007076), 360 Hrs, 47” Dual Drum Asphalt Roller, 35 HP Kubota Diesel Engine, Auto Vibration & Water Controls ........................................$29,500 2016 DYNAPAC CA1500D (4007115), 585 Hrs, Open ROPS Cab, 7 Ton Soil Compactor, 66" Drum, 75 HP Deutz Engine ................................................................................$69,900 2015 DYNAPAC CA2500D (4007100), 1100 Hrs, 12 Ton Soil Compactor, Auto Vibration Control, 84” x 59” Drum, Cummins Engine ............................................................$69,900 ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCKS 2013 BELL B35D (4003502), 2,500 Hrs, Cab w/AC, Mercedes Diesel Engine, 35 Ton Capacity, Allison Trans, 26.5X25 Radial Tires, Tailgate ........................................$259,000 MISCELLANEOUS 2015 KUBOTA M SERIES TIRES (6010720), 2 AMR8532 rear tires, 2 AMR8993 front tires ..........................................................................................................................................$3,950 2009 KENT F9 (5801717), 1500 Lb. Hammer w/Moil Point, Hose Assembly & Flat Face Quick Fittings, Smart/Swift Hitch to Fit Deere, Cat, Case Backhoe ..........................$7,900 2018 BOSS UTV V-BLADE (6010759), 6'6" Blade, Plow Box V-Blade, Snow Deflector, Handheld Control Kit ..................................................................................................$5,500 EZ SCREEN 1000B (6010761), 500 Hrs, Soil Screener ........................................$17,000

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

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COMPACTORS

CRANES

Hamm GRW-5 Pneumatic Roller, 1994, Deutz Diesel, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, ROPS Canopy, (9) Ea. 7.50-15C1 Tires . . . . .$15,500 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25,

AIR COMPRESSORS

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, SPECIALS IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . .$49,500 P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towIR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . .$147,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . .$87,500

BACKHOES

Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 DRILLS work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 MISCELLANEOUS

(8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500

CRAWLER TRACTORS

(2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. NUMEROUS Rivinius R600’s, 10’ Wide, Mount on JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick cou- (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . Dozer Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,500 pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500

MOTOR SCRAPERS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 (5)

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rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

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TRUCKS & TRAILERS

dition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100,000 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL

BUCKETS 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 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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AGC’s Best Project of 2018: Veteran’s Memorial, Museum Columbus, Ohio’s National Veterans Memorial and Museum was the most significant construction project of 2018, the Associated General Contractors of America announced April 2. As a result, the project’s contractor, Turner Construction Company, received the association’s Construction Risk Partners Build America Grand Award, as well as the award for the best new building between $10 to $75 million. “In a year brimming with exceptional construction projects, this one stood out as the best of the best,” said Eddie Stewart, the association’s president and president and chief executive officer of Caddell Construction in Montgomery, Ala. “The winning firms demonstrated topnotch skill, teamwork, and innovation to complete projects that serve as benchmarks for our industry and milestones for our communities.” The 55,000 sq. ft. facility features minimalistic interior features and a complex exterior curtain wall. But the custom cast-in-place concrete arch superstructure is the building’s defining feature. This challenging design included a distinct geometric curve shape that limited design options, as “out-of-plane” geometry is extremely rare and challenging for cast-in-place, which uses standard formwork system designs. The superstructure is 55,000 sq. ft. consisting of three concentric rings This challenging design included a distinct geometric curve shape that limited design options, as “out-of-plane” geometry is extremely rare and challenging for cast-inplace, which uses standard formwork system designs.

The superstructure is 55,000 sq. ft. consisting of three concentric rings up to 60 ft. tall and 300 ft. in diameter. An integrated walking ramp connects the front door to the green roof amphitheater.

up to 60 ft. tall and 300 ft. in diameter. An integrated walking ramp connects the front door to the green roof amphitheater. The Turner team worked with the building’s designers and structural engineer to develop a three-dimensional virtual model and printed scale model, all while coordinating daily on the survey and layout. “The Build America Awards recognize the ingenuity, thoughtful planning, and masterful delivery of construction projects across the country,” said Joe Charczenko, construction practice leader at Construction Risk Partners. “We would like to congratulate all of this year’s award winners and nominees for their accomplishments, and are proud to recognize the innovative projects that are transforming the construction industry.” The Construction Risk Partners Build America Awards highlight the nation’s most significant construction projects. A panel of judges, representing all areas of construction, evaluated an impressive number of submissions this year, assessing each project’s complexity, use of innovative construction techniques and client satisfaction, among other criteria. The awards, which were announced during the association’s annual convention in Denver, are considered by many to be the most prestigious recognition of construction accomplishments in the United States. 

Report Outlines Funding Challenges for Southeastern Pa. A new 54-page report crafted by the Southeast Partnership for Mobility — comprised of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation — highlights ways to reverse a falloff in transportation funding affecting the southeastern region of Pennsylvania. Issued in late March, the report noted that southeast Pennsylvania generates 41 percent of the state’s total economic activity and is home to 32 percent of its popu-

lation on just 5 percent of its land — a level of population density and economic productivity that requires a “high-capacity transit system to keep the region moving.” The report in particular looks at the growing fallout from Act 44 of 2007, which requires the PTC to provide PennDOT with $450 million annually for highways, bridges and public transit, with Act 89 of 2013 modifying the payments to dedicate the full amount to public transit. In 2022, the report indicates PTC payments to PennDOT for transit will be

reduced to $50 million and thus “making it clear that the state’s current system for financing transit statewide, which is heavily dependent on turnpike tolls, is increasingly at risk.” The report added that the PTC also “needs to provide relief to its customers from excessive toll hikes” while allowing it to “make critical investments in new interchanges to power economic growth across our entire commonwealth.” To that end, the report makes two recommendations: to secure more statewide

public transportation funding to ease the PTC’s need for future toll increases while ensuring stable funding for public transportation, then passing enabling legislation to allow the new local revenue sources to be invested in projects to accommodate and accelerate regional growth. Meanwhile, the PTC and Port Authority of Allegheny County are conducting a similar study for southwestern Pennsylvania, which is expected to be complete later this spring. 


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2007 Manitou M50-4, 10,000 lb. capacity, 4WD, 163” max lift w/ SS, enclosed cab, 48” forks..................................P.O.R.

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Cab, EROPS, Used, 1674447/74762, GUTO VERY CLEAN CAB 1253367 DASH PANEL CRACKED MONITOR PANEL BAD INSPECTED FOR MSHA RE-CERT Cab, ROPS, Used, 1118549/69078, Good used D10R Cab C-Frame, Used, 3341767/66973, Like new take off C Frame assembly Counterweight, Used, 3672332/84079, NEW CAT SURPLUS 1000 LB COUNTERWEIGHT CAT PART# 367-2332 Counterweight, Used, 3672331/84078, NEW CAT SURPLUS CAT# 3672331 1000 LBS Counterweight, Used, 2173654/88352, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 4515 LBS 47.5" X 32.5" X 32" Counterweight, Used, 1146030/65810, 2300 LB Counterweight fits 980G 2KR Counterweight, Used, 3374888/62291, Good used take off Counterweight 7385 LBS Counterweight, Used, MS2271, 705 LB Counterweight Cat # 3745858 Take off Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 3371952/85091, NEW CAT HPL INTERFACE QUICK COUPLER KIT Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 4447496/86130, Like new take off manual quick coupler Cat # 444-7496 Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, QCCAT312/85372, New Teran brand manual quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 312QC/84850, New Aim brand hydraulic quick coupler 65 MM Pin 312 "A" linkage Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 2924151/85781, Good used take off "B" linkage pin grabber quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3498040/87455, New Take Off Fusion style quick coupler # 349-8040 Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3518749/84994, Good used take off 312E Quick coupler, hydraulic Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 1608289/85782, Good used take off "D" Linkage pin grabber quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3880067/88365, Like new "B" Linkage family pin grabber quick coupler. Includes (1) set of pins # 388-0067 Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 315QCR/77451, New Rockland Brand pin grabber Hydraulic quick coupler Pins have some surface rust Fits 315/315B/315C/315D Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 2225002/79304, LOW HOUR TAKE OFF HPL STYLE QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 1766247/79305, GUTO MECHANICAL QUICK COUPLER MISSING 132-3821 LEVER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 938GCPLR/81242, JRB BRAND GUTO HORIZONTAL PIN LOCK STYLE ( HPL) S/N# 0804-135147-1 ALL CRACKS REPAIRED Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 1715954/85239, Good used take off pin grabber quick coupler for "D" linkage family Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3611096/85426, GOOD USED MANUAL DUAL LOCK PIN GRABBER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, QC303/87845, GOOD USED WAIN ROY STYLE QUICK COUPLER, MANUAL WOODS EQUIPMENT BRAND Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3880067/88365, Very good used pin grabber quick coupler suits "B" linkage family Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 1608296/88374, NEW CAT SURPLUS PINS HAVE SURFACE RUST DEDICATED WEDGE LOCK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3336550/58732, NEW TAKE OFF FUSION STYLE QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, CU880, Hydraulic quick coupler ISO/VOLVO Designed to pick up Volvo interface quick coupler attachments. Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, BRK886, Used IT Coupler hook used only on a Cat SA30 Broom Cat # 2675693 Cylinder, Boom/Lift, Used, 1393788/72191, Good used polished rod fits front shovel boom lift cylinder 121-8909 Rod part # 1393788 Cylinder, Crowd, built, 1270865/70942, Rebuilt stick cylinder Cylinder, Crowd, Used, 1131924/81850, GUTO Stick cylinders suit 5230 Differential, Used, 3880373/81221, GOOD USED INSPECTED FRONT DIFFERENTIAL Differential, Rebuilt, 1367631/55993, Rebuilt 836C diff, no spin Engine, Used, 1006339/81853, Good running take out 5230 engine Aprox 10,000 hours on engine Includes 6I7652 & 6I761 Encloser Engine, Rebuilt, 1537076/85601, REBUILT SOLD OUTRIGHT Does not include alternator, hyd pumps, a/c compressor or transmission and brake coolers. Engine, Used, 1430037/85330, Good running take out Replaced R/M bearings, new injectors, resealed oil leaks, replace F/R crank seals. Dyno tested. Engine, Rebuilt, 1056574/82445, Rebuilt engine with mixed parts Engine, Used, 1537076/81828, GUTO R/M BEARINGS REPLACED REMAN OIL PUMP DYNOTESTED 90 DAY MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY BLOCK, CRANK AND HEAD Engine, Rebuilt, 6I3528/82440, Rebuilt with mixed parts Suits 963b Engine, Used, 2354678/80574, GRTO 3406E APROX 8,500 SMU ON ENGINE ROD/MAIN BEARINGS REPLACED OIL PUMP REBUILT OVERHEAD RAN DYNO TESTED 90 DAY MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY CYL BLOCK, CRANK AND CYL HEAD Engine, Used, 1482061/86400, GRTO 3196 INSTALLED NEW ROD/MAIN BEARINGS REMAIN OIL PUMP ADJUSTED VALVES 90 DAY WARRANTY MAJOR FAILURE ONLY BLOCK CRANK HEAD Engine, Used, 3094421/86216, GUTO C7 NEW OIL PUMP, ROD MAIN

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BEARINGS, NEW STARTER ADJ OVERHEAD, DYNO TEST 90 MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY BLOCK CRANK HEAD Engine, Used, 1986489/80340GRTO S/N# BNT01198 ROD / MAINS AND OIL PUMP REPLACED DYNO TESTED 90 DAY MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY Engine, Used, 2083027/84666, Rebuilt all Cat parts sold exchange core required Engine, Rebuilt, 8N9602/83263, REBUILT LONG BLOCK PLUS ALL CAT PARTS CORE REQUIRED Engine, Rebuilt, 2225432/81554, REBUILT LONG BLOCK CORE REQUIRED INCLUDES REMAN OIL PUMP & OIL COOLER Engine, Used, 1430029/75399, Rebuilt short block all Cat parts Sold outright Engine, Rebuilt, 3015768/87386, Rebuilt C9 Engine suits D6T LGP All Cat Parts, dyno tested Sold exchange Engine, Used, 1074935/88269, GRTO 3116 Engine 3250 hours since rebuild Rod/ Main bearings replaced std/std Oil pump replaced with reman overhead ran, dyno tested. Dyno test result available. 90 day major failure warranty sold outright Engine, Used, 1730355/87319, GRTO ROD/MAN BEARINGS, REMAN OIL PUMP INSTALLED OVERHEAD RAN, DYNO TESTED Engine, Rebuilt, 1537076/85309, Rebuilt 3406E Engine for 740 AXM1SOLD OUTRIGHT . Does not include alternator, hyd pumps, a/c compressor or transmission and brake coolers. Engine, Used, 2250992/81446, GRTO ROD/MAIN BEARINGS, OIL PUMP REPLACED ADJUST OVERHEAD DYNO TEST Engine, Used, 1382001/37356, Good running take out 3176 engine, suits 345B. Rod / main bearings replaced, new oil pump, water pump and turbo. Dyno tested: results available. Engine, Rebuilt, 7E9078/36720, REBUILT 777C ENGINE ALL CAT PARTS Engine, Rebuilt, 2250992/55693, REBUILT LONG BLOCK PLUS CORE REQUIRED, SOLD EXCHANGE Engine, Used, 1981441/72823, Rebuilt exchange Engine, Used, 3452887/77187, Low hour GRTO Rod / main bearings replaced pistons re-ringed dyno tested Equalizer Bars, Used, 2223676/84543, Rebuilt E-Bar Sold exchange Equalizer Bars, Rebuilt, 1414690/28344, REBUILT D7H equalizer bar. We do not use e-bars that have cracked / failed in the center bore. Final Drive, Used, 2676824/85814, Good used take off, inspected does not include sprocket Final Drive, Used, 6i7521/81857, GUTO INCLUDES: 1082721 LH TRACK FRAME 6I7547 TCR GRP 6I7548 SF ROLLER GRP 1221804 TRACK GRP Final Drive, Used, 6i7521/81858, GUTO INCLUDES: 1082728 RH TRACK FRAME 6I7547 TCR GRP 6I7548 SF ROLLER GRP 1221804 TRACK GRP Final Drive, Used, 3W6494/77620, RESEALED. SPROCKET FLANGES HAVE BEEN REPAIRED TO CAT SPEC NO SPROCKET SEGMENTS INCLUDED 90 DAY WARRANTY Final Drive, Used, 1Q3054/81825, Good used take off, inspected. No sprocket groups included Fits D8N LGP ONLY! Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1356158/87486, REBUILT D6M 4JN FINAL DRIVES NO SPROCKET GROUP SOLD REBUILT EXCHANGE ALL CAT PARTS Final Drive, Used, 5183389/87758, Like new take off final drive, right hand, no travel motor Cat # 5183389 Final Drive, Used, 1362956/86397, GOOD USED INSPECTED FINAL DRIVE, DOES NOT INCLUDE SPROCKET CAT# 136-2956 Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/82685, Rebearinged and resealed, brakes worn 7% Sold outright Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/82686, Rebearinged and resealed, brakes worn 9% sold outright Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1268347/68251, REBUILT, SOLD EXCHANGE ALL CAT PARTS # 1268347 Final Drive, Used, 3254665/79379, Rear wheel grp - good used inspected take off sold exchange Cat # 325-4665 Final Drive, Used, 9U3022/69724, PLANETARY GEARS INSPECTED GOOD INCLUDES 9U2856 BRAKE GRP GUTO Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/85329, Rebuilt with all Cat parts Sold outright no core required Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/81861, REBUILT ALL CAT PARTS SOLD EXCHANGE Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1416054/81859, REBUILT ALL CAT PARTS SOLD EXCHANGE Final Drive, Used, 1384810/81163, CHECKED AND INSPECTED WITH BRAKE GP Final Drive, Used, 2327554/81217, GUTO VISUAL INSPECTION OF PLANETARY GEARS Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1362847, Rebuilt final drive, without motor suits 345B Part # 136-2847 Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037, Rebuilt 980G Wheel groups Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1141488/61170, REBUILT FINAL DRIVE, INCLUDES REBUILT TRAVEL MOTOR 1141488 Final Drive, New, 3715138, New Cat 980M/980K Wheel groups 3715138 Grapple, GP, Used, 2756075/79396, Good used take off G125B Contractors Grapple Complete with pins and mounting plate Grapple, Log, Used, 18205005/81608, GUTO JD135 LOG GRAPPLE BUILTRITE BRAND MODEL 18205005 SERIAL # NS6296 Other, Used, 2190426/81797, Like new Cat LT18B Tiller Other, New, 2518303/53371, New Cat VERS-A-MAT AS2302 Front

Mount Screed *electric screed plates 10' width Other, Used, 1554102/32845, New Cat 5130 Rollers Part# 1554102/32845 Other, Used, 1072940/326, Good used H link for 5130 Mass Ex. Other, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926, Rebuilt brake and steering clutch from D6R LGP Part# 8E5273 Rebuilt Other, Used, MS1452, GOMACO CURB AND GUTTER MOLD Ripper, Used, 2244449/84324, GUTO D6T Ripper Ripper, Used, 2567612/88235, Good used take off 953D / 953C/ 953K Ripper Ripper, New, RIPPER320/88294, NEW TERAN BRAND B LINKAGE FROST RIPPER Ripper, New, RIPPER312/88293, NEW TERAN BRAND FROST RIPPER "A" LINKAGE 65 MM PINS Ripper, New, RIPPER336D/84965, NEW TERAAN BRAND FROST RIPPER "DB" LINKAGE Ripper, New, RIPPER315/84963, NEW TERAN BRAND FROST RIPPER 70 MM PINS WILL NOT FIT 315F! Ripper, Used, 2156422/80436, Good used take off single shank ripper for D8T Shears, Steel, Rebuilt, S385C, Rebuilt S385C Shear Stick, Used, 3671522/86775, Low hour take off 12' 8" DB linkage stick includes Linkage Group 236-8415 & bucket cylinder 357-9766 Stick, Used, 1117637/1699, Good used take off medium stick part # 1117637 new nose bearing & dirt seals Stick, Used, 2847105/63045, GOOD USED 9' 2" 314DLCR Stick Stick, Used, 1152624/75445, TAKE OFF NEEDS LINE BORED AND BUCKET PIN BORES FACED. LINKAGE BEARINGS NEED REPLACED DENTED FROM H LINK STRICKING STICK HAS NPK BRACKETS 10.5 C LINK Stick, Used, 2045969/81742, GUTO BARE 10.5' D LINKAGE Stick, Used, 3671534/86437, GOOD USED 10.5' DB LINK STICK Stick, Used, 1663633/72360, TAKE OFF 3.9M NO VISIBLE CRACKS NEEDS BEARINGS AND FACED FACE SPREAD 430MM ( SPEC 441MM) STICK CYL BORE 3.940" (SPEC 3.938 +/- .0017) BUCKET CYL BORE 3.551" ( SPEC 3.544 +/- .0017") Stick, Used, 1583998/81699, GUTO 15,3' V LINKAGE INCLUDES BUCKET CYL 143-8004 H LINKAGE GRP 141-3775 Stick, Used, 2977329/85178, Good used take off 15.3' VB Linkage # 297-7329 Stick, New, 2062511/27571, NEW CAT 5110 B STICK 4.5M 14.76' Hoe style Stick, Used, 2512502/86395, JB LINK 9.5' Stick usable as is, no cracks no line bore repairs needed sold as is- stick currently has used bearings and seals Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1994539/84024, Rebuilt swing drive, all Cat parts Swing Drive, Used, 1362888/86225, Good used take off, inspected left hand Swing Drive, Used, 6i7233/81268, TAKEOFF CLEANED AND PAINTED INC 110-6198 BRAKE GP 122-8068 MOTOR Swing Drive, Used, 1695530/88280, GOOD USED TAKE OFF SWING DRIVE, LEFT HAND INSPECTED Swing Drive, Used, 1695532/88279, Good used take off right hand swing drive No motor Swing Drive, Used, 7I7761/57080, Take off swing drive, inspected and resealed. Includes 7I8627 Swing motor, motor is used and not inspected. Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1141305/32317, REBUILT 330B SWING DRIVE Tires, Used, 1190551/84830(2) TIRE AND RIMS ASSM. SOLD ONLY AS A SET Firestone Super All Traction 23.1-26 Tires Rated R1 Average tread remaining 48/32" ( new spec 52/32") Mounted on rim 6R4385 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 2657360/82418, REBUILT EXCHANGE CORE REQUIRED COMPATIBLE WITH 188-0502 TORQUE STEERING PUMP MOUNTING IS 6 BOLT Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1081427/77674, REBUILT , CORE REQUIRED INCLUDES OUTLET RELIEF Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 3t5832/85945, Rebuilt, all Cat parts Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1173357/82847, REBUILT EXCHANGE CORE REQUIRED CORE MUST BE COMPLETE AND ASSEMBLED Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1613306/65014, Rebuilt all Cat Parts Sold Exchange Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1061711/87248, Rebuilt D6M Torque convertor Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183, Rebuilt D10 84W Torque part # 6P6412 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1431234/56095, Rebuilt, all Cat parts, Torque converter to fit 824B/836/836C Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1285303/52676, Rebuilt 988H Torque Convertor part# 128-5303 Sold exchanage Torque Converters, Used, 6T4674/42945, Rebuilt Torque convertor part# 6T4674 Suits 773B Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1102769/35220, Rebuilt torque converter, suits D10R Cat# 110-2769 Torque Converters, Used, 1210030/47691, Good used inspected D11R/T Torque converter # 121-0030 Torque Converters, Core, 1103391/71477, CORE ONLY REMOVED FROM MACHINE THAT SUFFERED TRANS FAILURE NEEDS CLEANED OUT / RESEALED SOLD AS IS Torque Converters, Core, 1210028/59566, CORE ONLY Torque only, no cover Torque has been disassembled and inspected reassembled loosely, cannot be installed in machine as is all parts guaranteed to meet Cat reusability guidelines

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Just salvaged ! D6M LGP 4JN Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1613306/65016, REBUILT EXCHANGE Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 8E7009/64425, REBUILT EXCHANGE Transmissions, Used, 1466225/81831, Good used take out 740 AXM transmission air tested clutches, filter and screen clean Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1466225/81905, Rebuilt all Cat parts 740 AXM Transmission Transmissions, Used, 1466225/85600, Good used 740 AXM Transmission Air tested clutches, screen and filter clean Transmissions, Used, 1466225/85682, Good used take out 740 AXM transmission Air tested clutches, filter and screen clean Transmissions, Rebuilt, 3T0034/82848, REBUILT 785C TRANSMISSION SOLD EXCHANGE Transmissions, Used, 1066452.863REPAIRED AS NEEDED RESEALED NEW CLUTCH PLATES AND MODULATING VALVES DYNO TESTED SOLD OUTRIGHT Transmissions, Used, 6y6965/79174, GRTO AIR TESTED OK FILTER AND SCREEN CHECKED- CLEAN LIFTING EYE BOLT HOLE ON MAIN CASE WAS CRACKED- WELDED CUSTOMER SHOULD BE AWARE BEFORE INSTALLING! Transmissions, Used, 3P7556/31378, REBUILT TRANSMISSION ALL CAT PARTS NO BEVEL GEAR! Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1109296/81701, Rebuilt all Cat parts Transmissions, Rebuilt, 8E4565/86525, Rebuilt all Cat parts Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1466225/79441, Rebuilt transmission all Cat Parts Fits 740 AXM1Transmissions, Used, 2348866/69055GRTO INSPECTED CLUTCHES ACTUATE WITH AIR PRESSURE SUCTION AND MAGNETIC SCREENS ARE CLEAN NEW TORQUE FLEX PLATES INSTALLED NEW TRANS WIRING HARNESS INSTALLED Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1085655/87448, Rebuilt all Cat parts, sold exchange Transmissions, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318, Rebuilt 988B 50W Transmission, part # 9W0782. All Cat parts Transmissions, Used, 2348866/32134, 500 hour take out, dyno tested ( dyno results available) Part# 2348866 fits 938G Transmissions, Used, 9M8300/42387, Resealed, new clutch plates installed part# 9M8300 Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1402772/57646, REBUILT 924G TRANSMISSION SOLD EXCHNAGE Transmissions, Used, 1164860/74079, GRTO AIR TESTED CLUTCH PACKS- OK Transmissions, Used, 2372331/80168, 2372331 REBUILT 972H TRANSMISSION Truck Components - Engine, Rebuilt, 4P2834/82441, S/N# 2BK03037 REBUILT LONG BLOCK MIXED PARTS 170 BHP @ 2600 RPM SOLD OUTRIGHT NO FUEL SYSTEM Undercarriage, Rollers, Used, 1205766/77277, QTY 2 DOUBLE FLANGE ROLLERS WORN 50% AS IS Undercarriage, Rollers, Used, 4288691, PACKAGE 1 CONSIST OF 18 ROLLERS 5-10 % WORN. AS IS TAKE OFF PART NUMBER 4288691 Undercarriage, Rollers, Used, 4288691B, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 1 LOT CONSISTING OF 18 ROLLERS WORN 10-15% AS IS FROM ZIP 16823 Undercarriage, Sprocket, New, 09110008/49695, 2 NEW Trek sprockets fit ec210blc volvo Undercarriage, Sprocket, Used, 09110013/49693, NEW TREK BRAND SPROCKET EC360BLC VOLVO Undercarriage, Track Frame, Used, 3041894, GOOD USED TAKE OFF SINGLE FLANGE IDLERS PALLET OF 2 PCS AS IS Undercarriage, Track Frame, Used, 9G6752/1834, REAR FRAME D9L AS IS 9G6752 Undercarriage, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2686/54865REBUILT R/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2686- R/H FRAME Undercarriage, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2687/54866REBUILT L/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2687- L/H FRAME Undercarriage, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 9W6491/66669, Rebuilt RIGHT HAND D8R Track frames, includes Idlers 0-24% worn, rollers 20-30% worn Undercarriage, Track Pads / Shoes, Used, 3105825/75526, Other CATERPILLAR D11N/R/T 3105825/75526 (78) 32 INCH TRACK SHOES 50% WORN AS IS Wheels, Rebuilt, 8X2633/68103, REBUILT WHEEL # 8X2633 SOLD EXCHANGE Wheels, Used, 6G6563/69448, GOOD USED TAKE OFF, INSPECTED Wheels, Used, 2G5003/51381, GOOD USED INSPECTED Wheels, Used, 9V1290/84523, GOOD USED TAKE OFF INSPECTED Wheels, Used, 6G8241/3040, GOOD USED TAKE OFF Winch, Rebuilt, 2563738/83931, Rebuilt PA40 winch- suits D5K & D5K2 2563738 Winch, Used, 09056/88066, Good used H70VS Winch to suit D6R Inspected and tested no winch cable Winch, Used, 2641077/81746, Good used PA55 Winch for D6N Winch, Rebuilt, 1208907/83792, REBUILT PA56 WINCH INCLUDES CABLE CONTROLS Winch, New, WN363, CAARCO 50B STANDARD SPEED WINCH ( Equivalent to Cat PA55) For D6N Tier III Winch, New, WN411, PA90 Winch with mounting brackets, lines and controls Suits D7E


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2016 FECON BH74SS

2014 FECON FTX128 F

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Stk# 40806, 1874 874 Hrs, Crawler Cr Mulcher

Stk# 70959, 9, 242 Hrs, 20” Rbr Pads, Bld, 9’ 11” Arm

2015 DEERE 344K

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Stk# 15532, 785 Hrs, Cab, 4WD, 3Fn, 2yd Bkt, Cplr, RC

Stk# 23395, 6190 90 Hrs, Cplr, 32” Pads, 11’ 10” Arm, Plbg, bg, ExtendaHoe

Stk# 14426, 6, 972 Hrs, 4WD, 1.12yd Bkt, Cplr, 2Fn, ExtendaHoe, AH, RC, PC

2011 DEERE 310SJ SJ

2016 HITACHII ZX380

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Stk# 31275, 2456 56 Hrs, 32” Pads, 42” Bkt, 60” Bkt, Cplr, 13’ 1” Arm, PC

Stk# 16143,, 321 Hrs, Cab, 84” Bkt w/ Edge

2014 BOMAG BW W145

2011 HITACHII ZX50

2008 DEERE ERE 85D

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Stk# 31436, 4695 95 Hrs, Cab, 16” Rbr Pads, 18” Bkt, 5’ 7” Arm

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2008 320DL Coupler Hammer Lines 7900 Hours $74,500

2005 304CR Hammer Lines 5300 Hours $27,000

2007 321C LCR Coupler Hammer Lines 10,300 Hours $69,000

2008 F550 XL Ball Bearing Tool Box Compressor Crane, A/C Automatic Trans 63,000 Miles $64,000

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Cleveland Brothers Opens New One Call Rentals Facility in Pa. Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co. Inc., the exclusive Cat dealer of central and western “We’ve experienced a growing Pennsylvania, as well as north- need in Washington and the eastern Pa., northern West Virginia and western Maryland, has surrounding area for our expanded its facility locations to provide products and services to equipment, parts and service. the Washington, Pa., area. Now that we’ve opened, we can The new One Call Rentals Store in Washington offers sales, meet these needs of our customers rental, parts and service, and fea- quickly and efficiently.” tures a full line of mid-size and compact Cat machinery such as Darrin Foulk mini-hydraulic excavators, skidCleveland Brothers Equipment Co. Inc. steer loaders, telehandlers, smaller dozers and wheel loaders. In addition, the facility provides a variety of allied equipment rental options including equipment, parts and service,” said Darrin light towers, small dump trucks, aerial lifts Foulk, vice president of rental/general conand more. struction at Cleveland Brothers. “Now that The decision for the new facility, which we’ve opened, we can meet these needs of opened to the public April 1, was due to local our customers quickly and efficiently.” demand for compact equipment to aid conThe new facility is located at 35 Brownlee tractors, landscapers, excavators and more. Road, Eighty Four, PA 15330. For more “We’ve experienced a growing need in information, call 724/325-9297 or visit Washington and the surrounding area for our www.ClevelandBrothers.com. 


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Liebherr USA HQ Construction Reaches N.J. Natural Gas New Milestone in Newport News, Va. Plans to Invest $507M in Infrastructure As a part of its ongoing commitment to provide safe and reliable service for its customers, New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) submitted a filing to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) to reinforce its natural gas delivery and information technology (IT) systems. Through its Infrastructure Investment Program (IIP), NJNG is seeking to invest $507 million over five years on a series of infrastructure projects that enhance and support the reliability and resiliency of its An artistic rendering of the completed Liebherr USA expansion project. systems. “As a regulated utility and lifeline service provider, we The final piece of structural Workshop Facility Will have a fundamental responsibility to provide our customers with safe and reliable service,” said Steve Westhoven, presisteel recently was installed at Enhance Customer dent and COO of New Jersey Resources. “This obligation is the Liebherr USA Co. new Support and Service headquarters building — a sigLiebherr’s Houston, Texas- what drives our investments and our commitment to proacnificant construction milebased mobile and crawler tively strengthen our systems, improve our operations and stone. Work is on schedule for cranes workshop also has out- continue to exceed our customers’ expectations.” The IIP consists of a series of natural gas transmission and completion in 2020. The projgrown its capacity. The diviect will house Liebherr USA sion is opening a second work- distribution replacement and enhancement projects and a Co. employees working in shop for cranes and construc- critical, integrated IT program that will replace NJNG’s administration, finance, martion equipment in Newport existing systems installed between 1994 and 1997 and will keting, human resources, sales News to accommodate a grow- no longer have extended support after April 2025. The IT and service, product support, ing East Coast customer base. upgrade will strengthen the infrastructure the NJNG team production and distribution for The mobile and crawler cranes uses to serve its customers and will include new billing, cusnine product units. division will have three sta- tomer service, asset management, work order and accountMembers of the Liebherr tions to service and repair ing systems. The initiative also will strengthen NJNG’s family, executive management equipment. This will allow the cybersecurity program. The transmission and distribution projects include: and Newport News, Va., city Work on the warehouse portion of the expansion division to improve its efficien• 19 looping reinforcements that will add secondary feeds officials gathered in July 2018 project is ongoing. cy and productivity. or interconnect to single feed distribution systems, and to celebrate the groundbreakTwelve repair stations will ing of the $45 million project, which housing and logistics. “The new be available for the earthmoving divi- replace and upgrade NJNG’s trunk line system in Lakewood, marks a new chapter for Liebherr in the Liebherr USA facility will provide the sion — an increase from the eight cur- Denville and Roxbury. • Replacing more than 7 mi. of main and installing a new United States. The company has out- latest safety features and an increase of rently available — for equipment modgrown its existing four story adminis- 50 percent in storage capacity. In addi- ifications and pre-delivery inspections. regulator station, connecting NJNG’s liquefied natural gas tration building, which is 100 percent tion to the increased shelf space, the In addition, the building also will house facility in Howell to its transmission backbone. • Reconstructing and relocating a regulator station in Brick occupied. warehousing will also incorporate a a semi-knockdown kit assembly area Favorable weather has allowed con- dual shuttle vertical lifting machine to for concrete pumps. Warehouse roof Township. • Installing 60,000 protective devices on regulator vents in struction to proceed without any signif- increase small component picking installation is under way and foundaicant delays, according to safety and speed and storage capacity over our tion work is in progress for the work- flood prone areas. • Installing approximately 16,000 excess flow valves facilities manager Terrence Leo. existing single shuttle unit.” shop. Curtain walls are now being installed Frey added that “all pallet racking When completed, the new buildings (EFV). An EFV automatically restricts the flow of natural on the four story administration build- will be modernized to include the latest will add more than 251,000 sq. ft. to the gas if a service line is broken. ing. Vertical metal stud framing is safety features and location barcoding company’s existing 560,000 sq. ft. Each of these projects will strengthen NJNG’s delivery under way and the building’s weather will be implemented for all bin loca- campus. The existing four story admin- system and enhance safety, reliability and resiliency. barrier is being placed. Next, concrete tions. Our receiving and shipping istration building will be retained, renPending BPU approval, NJNG will begin necessary engifloor slabs will be poured and windows departments will also be ergonomically ovated and fully occupied by Liebherr neering and design work for the construction of these projwill be installed. Once the buildings are separated to allow for better material Mining Equipment Newport News Co. ects, with all work to be completed over a five-year timeclosed in, work can continue in any flow through the facility versus our cur- Liebherr’s manufacturing of large min- frame. Work will be prioritized based on need and commuweather. A new warehouse and work- rent conditions.” ing gauge trucks will continue in nity impacts. shop also are part of this expansive Concrete aprons on the east and Newport News. In the filing, NJNG is seeking to recover the capital investproject. south sides of the warehouse will proAfter nearly 50 years of operation in ment costs associated with IIP through six annual adjustvide outdoor storage for large compo- Newport News, Liebherr is at another ments to its base rate with the first change expected in Modern Warehouse Will nents such as counter weights, track positive growth juncture. This invest- October 2020. NJNG will submit to the BPU an annual cost Significantly Increase chains and sticks. The south apron will ment in administrative, warehouse and recovery filing for investments placed in service during the Capacity also feature a large canopy for inbound workshop facilities greatly expands the program period. A typical residential heating customer using “The new Liebherr USA Co. ware- and outbound freight staging. A two company’s operations and demon- 1,000 therms per year could see an average annual increase house in Newport News will allow all story office and conference room for strates Liebherr’s long-term commit- of approximately $18.35 or 1.8 percent over the recovery aspects of our logistics operation to be managers and staff will be located on ment to Virginia and the U.S. market, period. Additionally, NJNG will file a base rate case no later fully centralized and integrated into a the warehouse’s south side. Frey said according to the company. than five years after the IIP is approved. modern state of the art facility,” said an overview of the entire logistics operFor more information, visit For more information, visit Oliver Frey, general manager of ware- ation is possible from these offices. www.liebherr.us.  njresources.com. 


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Two recent studies conducted on opposite coasts of the United States led to the same conclusion: realworld vehicle emissions have dropped considerably over time, and advancements in diesel engines and emissions controls are delivering measurable reductions in black carbon emissions (PM 2.5), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and greenhouse gases (GHG).

heavy-duty vehicles passing through the Caldecott Tunnel, located just outside of the San Francisco Bay Area. They compared results to measurements

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diesel particulate filters (DPFs) to correlate the measured emissions with the heavy-duty vehicles, as well as to cross-check the age and compliance status of the vehicles. The study concluded that: • Under real-world conditions, diesel particulate filters (DPFs) systems reduce black carbon emissions by 97 percent compared to pre2004 engines. When a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system is added, heavy-duty diesel engines cut black carbon emissions see STUDY page 96


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SITECH Chesapeake Holds Grand Opening for New Facility

Michael Carris, software representative of Trimble, delivers his Trimble Stratus Drone software presentation in SITECH Chesapeake’s new classroom area.

Caterpillar skid steers were outfitted with Trimble’s Earthworks Grade Control System.

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fficially opened in March 2019, this new facility allows SITECH Chesapeake to better serve its customers from a central location, while also providing the company access to dedicated warehouse space, a modern workshop and plenty of space for educational seminars. Growth has been so robust for SITECH Chesapeake over the past year that the company is looking to hire additional staff over the next couple of months. During the event, technology took center stage. SITECH Chesapeake displayed Trimble Status Drone Software, Trimble Business Center, Fleet Management Systems, Lasers, Trimble Earthworks and Site Positioning Systems. New technology can be daunting for many people, so SITECH Chesapeake ensured any and all questions would be answered by making

available product management teams and senior management from Trimble, dealer representatives from Alban Cat, as well as SITECH’s own expert representatives. Michael Carris, software representative of Trimble, explained the Trimble Stratus software, which helps civil Seen here is the hand-held view of the Trimble contractors use drones to map, Earthworks mobile app for skid steer operators. With Alex Harrington, product specialist of measure and share accurate an intuitive UX, smaller contractors can get the power Trimble, shows off the Trimble SiteVision, which will be released later this year. information about their work- of Trimble for an affordable price point. sites and assets. “If you are on the ground, locating poles, fences or wetland areas, they are location devices. We all think of this as a control for moving material, to help grade the sites. That same technology can be used as a map site for grading,” he said.  CEG

SITECH Chesapeake provided lunch for its guests with the help of Mission BBQ.

Trimble Status Drone Software was on display with the DJI Phantom 4 RTK and the propeller aeroports.


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Case Unveils ProjectTETRA Concept at bauma 2019 The Case methane-powered wheel loader concept is testament to CNH Industrial’s longstanding commitment to alternative fuel technologies, and is further proof of the practicability and flexibility of natural gas, demonstrating its viability in both on and off road applications.

Case Construction Equipment, a brand of CNH Industrial N.V. gave the public an insight into a sustainable, connected and technologically advanced future of construction at the bauma trade show in Munich, Germany, with the unveiling of its methane-powered wheel loader concept — ProjectTETRA. Jointly developed by the CNH Industrial international design and Case engineering teams, this concept is a clear departure from anything seen to date in the

construction industry. The concept reflects both the increasing importance of alternative fuels, and demonstrates their viability in the construction environment: the concept wheel loader is powered by a proven methane engine, produced by sister brand FPT Industrial, and delivers exactly the same performance as its diesel equivalent. This is combined with cutting edge styling and an advanced operator environment, which makes extensive use of touchscreen and voice control technologies.

Furthermore, innovative safety features include biometric technologies together with an obstacle detection system, which is derived from CNH Industrial's autonomous vehicle research and development program. Case has demonstrated the feasibility of this concept in a range of real-world construction environments as well as proving the business case, in terms of sustainability, reduced overall total cost of ownership and operational viability.

The Case methane-powered wheel loader concept is testament to CNH Industrial's longstanding commitment to alternative fuel technologies, and is further proof of the practicability and flexibility of natural gas, demonstrating its viability in both on and off road applications. For further information on the Case methane-powered wheel loader concept — ProjectTETRA, including images, video and technical information, please visit: http://bit.ly/CASE_ProjectTETRA.

Investment in N.J. Water Would Provide Economic Benefit sectors will increase by $2.1 billion An additional $1 billion annual for every $1 billion invested; investment dedicated to improving • 13,787 jobs would be supported New Jersey’s drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems “This report shows unequivocally that increasing investment or created throughout the state would generate $3 billion in eco- in our water systems is a tremendous boon for our fiscal economy every year; • Those workers will earn a nomic benefits and support nearly cumulative $739.5 million per 14,000 jobs, according to a new health as well as our public health…” annum and will generate $143 milanalysis conducted by the American Road & Transportation Builders Bob Briant Jr. lion in additional state and local tax revenues, including $62.8 million in Association (ARTBA). Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey state and federal payroll taxes, Current spending on the net$61.1 million in state income tax works that supply clean drinkand corporate business tax reving water, treat wastewater, enues, and $19.3 million in state and drain stormwater is estian ROI that benefits our communities as mated to average about $1 bil- “The increased investment will well as our coffers, it is clear that the time and local sales and use tax revenues; and • These investments will contribute $1.2 lion per year, according to the for talk is over. Now we must get to billion to the state’s GDP annually. Utility and Transportation not only help prevent future work.” Capital investments to repair, replace and Contractors Association of “A major commitment to improving New Jersey (UTCA), while service disruptions and potential New Jersey’s water infrastructure sys- upgrade aging drinking water, wastewater there is about $2 billion in public is a ‘win-win’ proposition,” said and stormwater systems generate and sushealth hazards, but tems needed investment annually. Alison Premo Black, the study’s author. tain jobs directly through needed repair “New Jersey is looking at a also have enormous positive “The increased investment will not only projects, but also stimulate economic activ$1 billion shortfall every help prevent future service disruptions ity in other related sectors, as water projects year,” said Bob Briant Jr., impacts on the state’s economic and potential public health hazards, but depend on materials such as pipes, fittings, CEO of UTCA. “This report also have enormous positive impacts on cement, and aggregates. Such investments shows unequivocally that productivity and job creation.” the state’s economic productivity and job also will help ensure safe water and reliable wastewater treatment; necessary criteria to increasing investment in our creation.” attract and retain industry, businesses and water systems is a tremendous Among the other key findings in the Alison Premo Black qualified workers. boon for our fiscal health as report: American Road & Transportation Builders Association For more information, visit artba.org.  well as our public health. With • Sales and output by businesses in all


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Mauldin Unveils Three New Commercial Pavers Mauldin unveiled three new commercial class pavers at the World of Asphalt show in Indianapolis this year. The three new models have undergone changes to help increase product performance while maintaining operator convenience, according to the manufacturer. The 1860, which replaces the long-running 1750-C, is sporting a completely redesigned tractor packed with new features aimed to increase machine efficiency and operator convenience. The new machine is powered by a Cummins 110 hp Tier IV Final engine. The redesigned tractor now has a larger 9.5-ton (8.6 t) material capacity. The new lower conveyor utilizes heavy-duty greaseless heat rated bearings designed for longer life meaning less maintenance and downtime. The 1860 is propelled by larger 14 in. (35.5 cm) extreme poly pad tracks giving the machine a solid foundation and better traction. People familiar with the performance and mat quality of the 1750-C will see the same results from the new 1860. The 1860 shares the same Silver 16 screed which has been in production for 15 years. The Silver 16 is still the heaviest screed in its class at 4,500 lbs. (2,041 kg). Paired with the 4-auger feed system the Silver 16 provides a mat quality and density rivaled by none, according to the manufacturer. The electric heat for the screed still comes from a 16 kw 4-zone fail-safe thermostatic control system. Also new for the 1860 are two 5 in. (12.7 cm) digital displays on each operator stand. These displays help bring the

The 1860, which replaces the long-running 1750-C, is sporting a completely redesigned tractor packed with new features aimed to increase machine efficiency and operator convenience.

Mauldin also has released the 1560 commercial paver. The 1560 has replaced the 1550-D and is powered by a Cummins 74 hp Tier IV engine. The 2.8L 74 hp engine does not use DEF fluid and only runs a DOC unit.

necessary gauges, auger controls, and screed heating controls to the fingertips of the operator. While each operator stand has full machine controls, the operator can select which station has control of left/right or both feed controls. Mauldin also has released the 1560 commercial paver. The 1560 has replaced the 1550-D and is powered by a Cummins 74 hp Tier IV engine. The 2.8L 74 hp engine does not use DEF fluid and only runs a DOC unit. The 1560 uses the same 8 to 14 ft. (2.4 to 4.2 m) Freedom Fourteen 4-auger screed. Improved from the 1550-D, the 1560 now comes standard with an electrically heated screed. The thermostat-controlled heat system gets its power from a 14 kw direct-driven generator mounted directly to the engine. This means less horsepower is lost from a belt or hydraulic driven system resulting in the most efficient system on the market. Also new for the 1560 is a color 5-in. (12.7 cm) digital display replacing the analog gauges. In addition to gauges, the digital display also controls the auger material height and screed heating. Lastly, new for 2019 is the 650 gravity fed paver. The 650 is built from the same platform of the 690-G paver. The 650 is powered by a 24 hp Kubota Tier IV Final engine. The 650 is offered with either a track crawler or rubber tire propulsion system. The 650 comes standard with the propane heated 8 to 13 ft. (2.4 to 3.9 m) Freedom Four screed. For more information, visit www.4amauldin.com.ď&#x201A;§


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Monitor Equipment 24/7...

Volvo’s ActiveCare Direct Available for Select Pavers

Owners of select models can now benefit from the 24/7 machine monitoring and reporting service that provides all the benefits of telematics without the burden of sorting through data and alarm codes. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR BAGELA ASPHALT RECYCLER DEALER:

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Yonkers, NY

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Stillwater, ME 45 Dempsey-Greaves Lane, Stillwater, ME 04489 800-479-6193 Fax: 207-827-3774

Holbrook, NY 601 Coates Ave., Holbrook, NY 11741 631-563-7600

Gorham, ME 54 Olde Canal Way, Gorham, ME 04038 800-479-6193

Danbury, CT 42 Kenosia Ave., Danbury, CT 06810 203-743-0088

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Folcroft, PA

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Originally launched in 2017 for excavators, articulated haulers and wheel loaders, ActiveCare Direct is now available on select Volvo asphalt pavers. Starting February 2019, the P7110B and P7170B will be eligible for a one-year free subscription to ActiveCare Direct with a new machine purchase. The move to expand the managed telematics service into the Volvo road machinery line-up has been in large part due to the overwhelmingly positive response and rapid adoption of the service among Volvo dealers and customers. ActiveCare Direct is already available for certain asphalt and soil compactors. “ActiveCare Direct gives road equipment owners and managers access to so much more intelligence and understanding about their business than they would otherwise have,” said Dave Adams, sales manager of connected services, Volvo Construction Equipment. “This is an incredible step forward in how companies manage their equipment and employees. Adding the service to pavers is another sign of the impact and value our customers are experiencing in the

markets where we already offer ActiveCare Direct.” How It’s Different From Traditional Telematics ActiveCare Direct sends data collected by CareTrack, Volvo’s telematics system, to the Volvo Uptime Center in Pennsylvania. There, analysts and a proprietary software sort through thousands of data points and fault codes. An owner, the dealer or both are contacted in near real time whenever an issue needs their attention. Rather than getting a flood of undiagnosed fault codes, ActiveCare Direct provides a case alert with the probable cause, the recommended solution and the consequence of not taking action. With ActiveCare Direct owners also get monthly fleet utilization reports, showing fleet usage, individual machine summaries and machine misuse. This gives them the insight they need to make the best use of their fleet and to address machine misuse issues with operators. For more information, visit volvoce.com/activecaredirect.


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JESCO, Inc. 1275 Bloomfield Ave. • Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 • 800/321-8080 118 St. Nicholas Ave. • S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 • 800/241-7070 www.jesco.us

1440 Route 9W • Marlboro, NY 12542 845/236-3000 www.hoffmanequip.com

30 Barnes Ind. Pk. Rd. • Wallingford, CT 06492 203/265-6781 17 Eagle Road • Danbury, CT 06810 203/775-1203 80 Pratt Rd. • Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808 www.wiclark.com

King of Prussia, PA 800/733-3776 www.usmuni.com

1001 Lehigh Station Road • Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 • 866/683-5338 5035 Genesee Street • Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 • 800/834-9606 monroetractor.com

1701 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, VA 23230 804/359-4048 www.richmondmachinery.com

39 Jersey Street • West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 www.allislandequipment.com


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Berlin, CT 860-356-0840

Vineland, NJ 856-697-1414

251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 413-525-6351

Totowa, NJ 973-785-4900 Freehold, NJ 732-780-4600

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Woburn, MA 781-935-3377

Johnston, RI 401-942-9191

ANDERSON EQUIPMENT CO. 18 Gorham Industrial Pkwy Gorham, ME 04038 207-591-5482 Bangor, ME 207-942-0177 Allegany, NY 716-372-8822

www.andersonequip.com

Endicott, NY 607-748-3400

Henrietta, NY 585-334-6770

Tonawanda, NY 717-877-1992 Syracuse, NY 315-463-8673

Latham, NY 518-785-4500

East Montpelier, VT 802-223-9689 South Charleston, WV 304-756-2800

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Lancaster, NH 603-788-5591

Shippenville, PA 814-226-4100 Clearfield, PA 814-765-5311 Somerset, PA 814-443-2867

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4500 Paxton Street Harrisburg, PA 17111 717-564-3031 Drums, PA 570-788-1127

Lock Haven, PA 570-769-1070 Ephrata, PA 717-859-3132


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W.I. CLARK COMPANY ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT 39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 allislandequipment.com

30 Barnes Ind. Pk. Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 203/265-6781 17 Eagle Road Danbury, CT 06810 203/775-1203 80 Pratt Rd. Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808 www.wiclark.com

JESCO, Inc. 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 • 800/321-8080 118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 • 800/241-7070 www.jesco.us

AMBROSE EQUIPMENT CO.

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY

1401 Hooksett Rd. Hooksett, NH 03106 603/644-8787 1 Madison Street Plainville, MA 02762 508/643-0044 www.ambroseequipment.com

1440 Route 9W Marlboro, NY 12542 845/236-3000 www.hoffmanequip.com

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC.

MONROE TRACTOR

Harrisburg, PA 7201 Paxton Street Harrisburg, PA 17111 800/325-6455

1001 Lehigh Station Rd. Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 • 866/683-5338 5035 Genesee Street Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 • 800/834-9606 www.monroetractor.com

Wilkes-Barre, PA 600 Sathers Drive Pittston, PA 18640 866/667-6756

US MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC.

Ebensburg, PA 2350 Munster Road Lilly, PA 15946 814/886-5191

King of Prussia, PA 800/733-3776 www.usmuni.com

Butler, PA 796 Unionville Road Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221

Albany, NY 3 Industry Drive Waterford, NY 12188 518/357-2200 Syracuse, NY 6018 Drott Drive East Syracuse, NY 13057 800/368-6455 www.stephensonequipment.com


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10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361

38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763

12051 Tac Court Manassas, VA 20109 703/257-2381 Fax: 703/257-2383

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Somerset, PA

724/327-1300

814/445-7915

Lantz Corners, (Kane), PA

Cranberry Twp., PA

814/778-5250

724/776-1400

Clearfield, PA

Erie, PA

Clarksburg, WV

814/765-1611

814/898-3388

304/842-2222

www.clevelandbrothers.com

450 E. Church Road King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Fax: 610/279-6366

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC. WWW.ELLIOTTFRANTZ.COM


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Contact your local dealer:

CHADWICK-BAROSS, INC. www.chadwick-baross.com Bangor, ME 207.942.4838 Caribou, ME 207.498.2547 Westbrook, ME 207.854.8411 Concord, NH 603.224.4063

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Bomag BF 300 Series Commercial Pavers Elevate Paving Efficiency, Mat Quality

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT, INC. www.grofftractor.com

Bomag’s BF 300 series of commercial pavers offer big paver features and efficiency in a 6-ft. (1.8-m) paver. The rubber tire BF 300 P-2 and BF 300 C-2 track pavers are designed to elevate paving quality and productivity, while reducing costs on a range of municipal, department of transportation, city development, and bike and cart path applications, according to the manufacturer. The new BF 300 C-2 track paver displayed during World of Asphalt 2019 offered hydraulically variable paving widths from 5.6 ft. (1.7 m) to 11.2 ft. (3.4 m). Bomag screed extensions, available in 13.8- and 19.7-in. (35- and 50-cm) widths, feature quick coupling technology that utilizes a wedge-and-socket design with locking While big on performance, the BF 300 C-2 is compact, offering handle to quickly extend maximum paving transport dimensions of 16.6-ft. (5.1-m) length, 9.2-ft. (2.8-m) widths to 16.4 ft. (5 m). Available reduction skids height and 6.2-ft. (1.9-m) width. Even with 13.8-in. (35-cm) extenallow for 2.3-ft. (0.71-m) paving widths, signifi- sions mounted to the screed, this commercial paver can be easily cantly increasing the paver’s flexibility for com- moved to and from the job site on a flatbed trailer without permits, improving transport efficiency and lowering costs. mercial contractors. Equipped with Bomag’s SIDEVIEW system, the paver’s operating console and seat are fully adjustable. (DPF) or diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) aftertreatment to meet The entire operator’s platform shifts to the left and right, and stringent Tier IV Final emissions regulations. Standard the seat can be swiveled to offer up to a 23.6-in. (60-cm) Bomag ECOMODE active engine and hydraulics manageoverhang, giving the operator an unobstructed sightline to ment system substantially reduces fuel consumption by up to the hopper, side of the paver and screed. All machine func- 20 percent. By delivering fast screed heat-ups, MAGMALtions are controlled directly from the console, and intuitive IFE further lowers fuel consumption to reduce the paver’s switch positioning delivers a short learning curve for new total cost of ownership, according to the manufacturer. Demand-driven hydraulics deliver the exact power paver operators. required for machine functions, allowing engine noise levels to be reduced to conversational levels. Power for screed heatExclusive Screed Features The BF 300 C-2 boasts Bomag MAGMALIFE technolo- ing is provided by a 24-kW, 240-V generator, belt-driven gy that heats the screed plates to paving temperatures in directly off the engine. Positioning the generator under the approximately 20 minutes. Redefining screed heating, sound-insulated hood and away from the screed operator furMAGMALIFE heat elements are cast into a single alu- ther lowers sound levels to boost operating comfort. minum block that offers enhanced thermal conductivity. In Transport and Maintenance addition to quick heating, MAGMALIFE delivers more uniWhile big on performance, the BF 300 C-2 is compact, form heat distribution through the screed bottom for a tight mat texture without scuffing or tearing. Heated screed end- offering transport dimensions of 16.6-ft. (5.1 m) length, 9.2ft. (2.8-m) height and 6.2-ft. (1.9 m) width. Even with 13.8gates allow for joint matching to increase mat longevity. The BF 300 C-2 delivers the power and traction to pave in. (35 cm) extensions mounted to the screed, this commerup to 10-in. (25.4-cm) thick mats. Proprietary Bomag load cial paver can be easily moved to and from the job site on a control system (LCS) enables the operator to securely lock flatbed trailer without permits, improving transport efficienthe screed into position for a set duration after paver restart cy and lowering costs. The simplified aftertreatment system reduces engine comto eliminate bumps in the mat. Offering increased corrosion protection, the aluminum heating plates on the Bomag plexity to shorten maintenance time. Engine side panels swing open to offer unhindered access to engine, hydraulic screed feature a two-year warranty. Due to a large 10-ton (9.0-t) hopper capacity, the Bomag systems and filters. The available fully automatic central BF 300 C-2 track paver provides extended paving intervals lubrication system improves machine reliability and helps to between asphalt deliveries to the job site. Unique to the com- extend maintenance intervals. Shock-absorbing push rollers mercial class, this paver features a hydraulically folding front ensure smooth truck pick-up without paver damage and allehopper gate in addition to individually controlled hopper viate deviations in the line. The console’s toggle switches wings to clear asphalt from the hopper. Left and right inde- individually control each machine function and can be pendently controlled slat conveyor assemblies channel mate- quickly replaced, keeping maintenance costs and time to a rial to the spread augers, and the reversible slat bars are made minimum. Improving machine visibility and safety during nighttime with high wear-resistant material for long service life. paving operations, the BF 300 C-2 paver can be equipped with 8 LED working lights. For fast clean-up at the end of a Cost-Efficient & Quiet Powered by a fuel-efficient 74 hp (55 kW) diesel engine, shift, the paver has a separate solvent reservoir and system. For more information, visit www.bomag.com.  the new BF 300 C-2 paver requires no diesel particulate filter

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CENTRAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.centralequipmentco.com 45 Dempsey-Greaves Lane Stillwater, ME 04489 800/479-6193

JESCO, INC. www.jesco.us 118 St. Nicholas Ave. 497 Fishkill Avenue South Plainfield, NJ 08070 Beacon, NY 12508 908/753-8080 845/831-1800 1790 Route 38 Lumberton, NJ 08048 609/267-2020 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221

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Dynapac’s FC Series Upgrades Pavers Mean Less Reloading

Serving the Asphalt Industry for 30 Years 2002 Etnyre Centennial distributor, 2000 gallons, computerized, propane heat, 14 ft spray bar, IH 4700 w/T444E diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle

The FC1700C replaces the previous FC1600C model. Although equipped with the larger 120 hp Tier IV Final Cummins QSB3.8 l engine, the FC1700C hood profile is not compromised offering best in class visibility to the hopper. 2011 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1000 gallons, EZ- 2007 Omni 1000 screed, electric heat, paving width 2S computer, diesel heat, 12 ft spray bar, IH Workstar 10-19.5 ft, power crown, slope & height, fits 6000 and 7300 w/Maxxforce DT diesel engine, auto trans 7000 series Blaw Knox/Volvo pavers

2013 Bomag BW120AD-5 double drum 47” vibratory roller, Kubota 3 cylinder diesel, water system, 3 ton

2008 Cat AP1000D paver, AS2302 screed 10-18 ft w/electric heat, front wheel assist, C7 diesel engine$75,000

2003 Etnyre 2WD chip spreader, computerized, 11 ft spread hopper, Cummins 5.9L diesel engine, folding rear hopper

2008 Bomag BW9AS static roller, Cummins diesel engine, water system, hydrostatic drive

1995 Ingersoll Rand PT125R pneumatic roller, 9 wheels, John Deere 4039D diesel engine, water system, good working condition

2005 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1950 gallons, EZ-2S computer, propane heat, 12 ft spray bar, IH 7300 w/DT466 diesel engine, 6 spd transmission

3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

Dynapac North America upgrades commercial class paver range with the new FC1700C, FC1400 II and FC1300 II. The new pavers are equipped with EPA Tier IV Final certified emissions regulations-compliant engines and offer new features that takes the Dynapac commercial class paver range to the next level. The launch of the new FC1700 took place at the National Pavement Expo in Nashville, Tenn. The FC1700C replaces the previous FC1600C model. Although equipped with the larger 120 hp Tier IV Final Cummins QSB3.8 l engine, the FC1700C hood profile is not compromised offering best in class visibility to the hopper. The lower conveyor dumping height and larger 9.5ton (8.6 t) hopper capacity increases paving distance by a third before reloading the hopper is necessary. The wider 14 in. (35.5 cm) track pads further improves traction when paving on soft surfaces by reducing the ground pressure. New operator controls are more intuitive and include individual color displays on both consoles. The screed heat and the pile height controls are integrated in the displays for ease of operation. The “Pave/Resume” feature is unique and brings the automatic feed and travel functions to the previous state when stopped for truck exchange. The Dynapac FC1400C II is the second generation of mid-size Dynapac commercial class pavers now offered with a 74 hp Tier IV Final Cummins QSB2.8 Engine. The new engine does not require a DEF system making it simple to maintain and

operate. Improvements in ease of operation and maintenance include a new color display on the control panel providing vital engine codes. Performance is enhanced with the VF0814 screed now offered with standard electric heating, an upgrade to the gasheated version from the previous generation. The fail-safe electric heat system is designed from the larger FC1700C model with 12 kW generator attached directly to the diesel engine for increased efficiency and faster heat cycle. The heavy duty 3,200 lb. (1,451 kg) VF0814 screed offers best in class density and mat quality, reducing the need for multiple roller passes. The screed mounted four auger system makes the 14-ft. (4.2 m) paving width seamless. Closing out the new commercial paver range, upgrades to the Dynapac FC1300C II include a Kubota D1505, 24 hp Tier IV Final engine. This tilt hopper paver with independent flow gates is perfect for small driveway or patching jobs. The heavyduty construction of this paver stands above the rest in terms of longevity. “The second generation of Dynapac commercial paver range further proves our commitment to paver owners and operators. The updates on these models are based on continuous feedback from the paving contractors about what works the best on the job site,” said Vijay Palanisamy, senior product marketing manager. For more information on Dynapac products, visit www.dynapac.us.


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C.N. Wood Co., Inc. www.cn-wood.com Woburn, MA 781-935-1919

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A. Montano Co, Inc. 571 Route 212 • Saugerties, NY 12477 845/247-0206 www.amontanoco.com

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Wacker Neuson Launches Series II Skid Steers, Compact Track Loaders Wacker Neuson is launching its Series II large frame skid steer and compact track loaders. The new SW24, SW28, ST35 and ST45 offer the latest enhanced cab design and service accessibility. As the big brother to the company’s medium frame line, the machines offer parts commonality and contractors a proven design on the job site. Wacker Neuson’s new large frame loaders will stand out in a crowded field for their daily maintenance service access, including a cab that fully tips forward with the loader arms down, providing complete access to all maintenance components. These machines are engineered to be user-friendly with a simple, open design and efficient layout that requires less time on daily service checks and more time on the job, according to the manufacturer. The Kohler diesel engines feature a maintenance-free, regeneration-free aftertreatment system, eliminating the impact of extreme heat and downtime due to regeneration or the need for cleaning particulate filters. The SW and ST Series II loaders usher in a new era of comfort features including repositioned joysticks that promote intuitive and comfortable operation. The high visibility cab includes angled pedals and foot bed, as well as conveniently located switches that significantly reduce operator fatigue. Access in and out is easy with a wide door and step, plus there is no restrictive lap bar. Control options for any operator include mechanical handfoot (SW models), electric-hydraulic (EH) handfoot and selectable EH (ISO and H-pattern). This ensures operators with varying experience can efficiently operate the machines with ease. Designed and built at Wacker Neuson’s Menomonee Falls, Wis., facility, the wheeled and track models can handle every job. The vertical lift models offer class-leading hinge pin height and all models feature the largest fuel tank in its class, 40-gallons, with an optional 50-gallon tank for track loaders, giving operators more time in the cab and less time spent refueling, according to the manufacturer. All models also feature a variable speed cooling fan that provides on demand cooling of the engine, which maximizes efficiency, improves fuel economy and assists in cold starts. Wacker Neuson’s Series II large frame loaders include two skid steer models (SW) and two compact track loaders (ST). All models are powered by a 74.3 hp Kohler diesel engine and offer standard auxiliary hydraulic flow of 22.1 gallons per minute and optional flow of 31.7 gallons per minute. An updated 5.7-in. full color display is standard on most models (optional on SW models with mechanical hand-foot controls) and offers owners and operators expanded functionality that allows for a variety of customizable options and controls. A rear-view camera can be added and set for backup only or on at all times, giving the operator enhanced visibility on the job site. Wacker Neuson skid steers and compact track loaders are covered by a 3-year standard, 4-year powertrain and 5-year electrical system warranty. For more information, visit www.wackerneuson.com. 

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What Is a Skid Steer Loader? The original model of the compact loader was conceived 60 years ago by two Minnesota blacksmithing brothers, Louis and Cyril Keller. The original Keller Self-Propelled Loader was built to clean upper levels of barns. It was com-

pact and could pivot in its own length. A North Dakota firm, Melroe Manufacturing, saw its potential and contracted to produce the loader. To make the loader even more nimble, Louis Keller discarded the original model’s steerable rear wheel and let the machine roll on four fixed wheels. But how could fixed wheels be steered? Keller’s solution was to distribute the weight of his loader so that one end would always outweigh the other. In practice, this means when a set of wheels on the heavier end counter-rotates to pivot the loader, the two wheels on the lighter end are carried—or skidded—in the direction of the turn. Thus was born the “skid steer” loader, which Melroe soon marketed under the brand name of “Bobcat.” The rest is history. Part of that history, incidentally, involves the creation of a kindred machine, the compact track loader. The Kellers foresaw a market for compact loaders

rolling on rubber tracks, so they manufactured tracks for Bobcat skid steers. The tracks gave more flotation and traction on soft ground and birthed the parallel compact track loader industry, which today is a separate category of machine. This buyers guide is exclusively about skid steers. It is laid out so a reader can systematically and logically reach a conclusion about which model and which brand will best serve. If you prefer to skip around the guide rather than progress chronologically, the following content buttons will send you directly to a topic of special interest. • If you are buying • If you are renting/leasing • Tips on inspecting a skid steer • What you can expect to pay • Specifications and features to consider • Skid steer attachments and auxiliary equipment • Some skid steer loader manufacturers • Summary SEE GUIDE PAGE 76

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GUIDE FROM PAGE 74

If You Are Buying Selecting a skid steer is not a science, nor an art. It is a decision-making process rooted in logic. The logic of it can be boiled down to the following four considerations: 1) Match a skid steer to your need for the machine One size skid steer does not fit all situations. Nor does one size engine in a skid loader fit all tasks, nor one travel speed, one hydraulic capacity, or one lift height. These and other engineering distinctions in skid steers can make one loader more suitable then another. So, you need to look critically at your tasks. Will most of your work with a skid steer loader be at ground level, loading fill dirt, pushing snow, operating an auger? Or will you frequently need to work at a higher level, unloading material into a truck, for example? Will you be traveling far enough that speed becomes a consideration? Will you be using attachments that require high-flow hydraulics? You should know how you will use

a skid steer loader before you go shopping for one. 2) Evaluate a skid steer loader by what it can do and cannot do Equipment manufacturers engineer machinery to efficiently perform identified tasks. Heavy machines on steel tracks and a blade on the front are ideal for leveling a hill or pushing material into piles. They’re called bulldozers. Highly maneuverable wheeled machines with a long hydraulic boom are perfect for transferring materials from the ground to second-story levels. They’re called telehandlers. A skid steer can do none of that. It is designed to nimbly scoop up and dump relatively small bucketsful of earth, to blade or blow snow from a sidewalk, broom-clean a parking lot, transfer a hay bale from pasture to feedlot. A skid loader can perform these tasks with great efficiency and is a highly productive piece of compact machinery. Be realistic about what you want a skid steer loader to do and you won’t be disappointed. 3) Give some weight to brand and dealership considerations Only a fool buys a piece of compact equipment because it is green, or orange and white, or blue. While brand loyalty is understandable, blind loyalty to a manufacturer is short-sighted. Shoppers for a skid loader should enter the market with their eyes wide open. Truly excellent skid steers are produced by numerous manufacturers, and a smart buyer will evaluate them without bias. On the other hand, manufacturers and dealers also should be a part of your calculation. Company reputations matter in respect to customer support, product reliability, and swift delivery of parts. When a bearing wears out or a hydraulic pump fails, will it be an inconvenience for you or a major headache? A topnotch machine won’t bring you satisfaction if it is backed by a lackluster service department. A caveat for fleet managers: While the foregoing counsel on brands is universal, there is practical value in a SEE GUIDE PAGE 78

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GUIDE FROM PAGE 76 fleet of skid steers wearing a common manufacturer’s logo. Having three Case skid loaders, four Cats, two JCBs, and a Takeuchi in the equipment yard invites headaches. Because different manufacturers’ parts aren’t interchangeable, the warehouse is fuller than necessary. Because service requirements vary, technicians must skip from manual to manual. And management software to monitor machine performance varies from brand to brand, so it is incompatible. This all can be avoided by selecting a manufacturer with a complete lineup of skid loaders and staying with it. 4) Don’t overlook machinery auctions The first impulse when you decide to shop for a skid steer loader probably is to visit a dealership for a new or used machine. While that’s a good choice — and can lock in dealer support — it is not the only choice. Machinery auctions are a trustworthy source for second-hand equipment. Nationwide auction houses have been around for decades and have established inspection and warranty policies to protect your investment. Sales are transparent and customer satisfaction drives the process. The auctions themselves are designed to be convenient. Heavy and compact machinery is arranged for hands-on inspection and some-

times is driven across a staging area for seated bidders. Even more conveniently, the larger auctions are simultaneously conducted online. This has the added value of bringing to bidders a skid steer for sale that is not on site, that, in fact, might be parked in an equipment yard in another state or country. The same buyer-protection policies apply to these long-distance transactions. An auction by a reputable company is a reliable resource for a skid loader shopper.

If You Are Renting/Leasing Not being totally responsible for the skid steer loader you rent or lease lifts the burden of ownership from your shoulders. Long-term maintenance is someone else’s responsibility. Having a sophisticated piece of equipment sitting idle and unproductive is not a worry when you only have it around when needed. Still, you should give thought to which skid steer loader you want for the short term. 1) Is it a good fit for your project? Rental houses and dealers typically have in their equipment yard the more popular sizes of skid steers. These include powerful and sophisticated loaders for contractors who will lease them for a month to scoop and load and scrape 8-10 hours a day. But SEE GUIDE PAGE 82

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There continues to be an upward trend in demand for compact track loaders (CTLs), which is shifting sales away from skid steers in the marketplace. CTLs not only have a seat at the table among different machines in the industry, but they are at the head of it. According to EDA, CTLs ranked as the No. 1 construction machine in terms of sales in 24 states from Oct. 1, 2015, to Sept. 30, 2016. All signs point to these machines continuing to gain market share from skid steers. Versatility Is Key With the numerous types of attachments that are out there, customers are finding new ways of adapting CTLs into their business, and the machines’ popularity continues because of it. This is happening in all sectors from construction to forestry, landscaping and agriculture. Recently, there has been an increased demand for CTL’s with higher rated operating capacity (ROC). This is largely due to their flexibility on demanding job sites and their ability to utilize a wide variety of attachments. Their agility, high tractive effort, breakout forces, low ground pressure and auxiliary hydraulics for various attachments, in addition to easy hauling to job sites, makes them convenient and profitable assets. Choosing the Right CTL for the Job It is crucial to make sure you are operating the right size

CTL for the job by checking the ROC of your loader versus material weight and attachments that you will be working with. It is important to know both the limitations of the machine and all operational functions in order to operate the loader safely and effectively. Secondly, know your application. While CTLs are found in some hard surface applications — such as running a cold planer, which provides a rigid and stable platform — loaders are generally better for unstable, varied terrain. Tracked undercarriages will incur higher ownership and operating costs than a rubber-tire machine, especially when used in the wrong application. When purchasing a CTL, the owner should always consider track, roller, idler and sprocket costs — all which impact the bottom line. Turning on hard surfaces and running a CTL on rocky ground or demolition-type applications can greatly reduce the life of the track and undercarriage components. This is where the rubber-tire skid steer still has a place. Those same ground conditions are still tough on tires, but it is much cheaper to replace tires than tracks. Most areas have been taken over by the track loader because of higher production as well as the ability to operate much better in soft and muddy conditions. As long as there is dirt to be moved, and new applications and attachments for these versatile machines, there is no end in sight to the CTL’s popularity. At the end of the day, there is no doubt that utilizing these versatile machines in the correct applications will result in a profitable return. Michael Shebetka is a product and training manager at Takeuchi-US.

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GUIDE FROM PAGE 78 also offered are entry-level machines suitable for puttering around a backyard, cleaning up after installation of an irrigation system, or undertaking a weekend project at the country place. Getting the wrong machine will either waste your money or your time. If you clearly explain what you plan to do with a rented skid loader, you can leave a rental yard with the right machine. 2) Is it a good match for your operator skill level? Skid steers are safer than some pieces of rental equipment—chipper-shredders come to mind. The operator is seated in a protective cage. The loader has a low center of gravity, so it is not easily tipped, especially during ground work. Controls are intuitive and the learning curve is shallow. Still, not everyone is born to operate a piece of equipment. If you are a novice, learn what models of rentable skid steers are in local stores, then Google the models. See if one offers more automatic features than another or if one gives an operator a clearer view from the seat. Get comfortable with a rented machine before you ever strap yourself into it.

Tips on Inspecting a Skid Steer 1) If you are not a skid loader technician, take one along when you shop. These compact pieces of equipment aren’t incredibly complex, but they can hide deficiencies if you don’t know how to detect them. Let someone more knowledgeable than you evaluate a machine. If you are a mechanic or operator yourself, you don’t need assistance, but a second set of eyes can’t hurt. 2) Prioritize the hydraulics. The load-lifting and maneuvering of skid steers are mostly a function of hydraulic oil and pumps. Consequently, an intact hydraulic system is critical to performance. If a bucket sags lower while raised, worry. If the loader you are considering has leaking hoses or cylinders or balky pumps, you may spend more time working on it then working with it.

3) Visually inspect the frame. Skid steer loaders operate in a world of vibration and jolts. Booms are stressed when full buckets bounce as a loader encounters a bump or dip. The arms and frame are impacted when the leading edge of bucket is driven into a pile of material or the ground. So, be aware of cracks and welds and other indications that a loader has been banged around. 4) Run the engine and see what happens. You may not know what a smoothrunning engine sounds like, but you can instinctively detect suspicious

rattles. Pay heed. If the skid steer is powered by a diesel, black smoke may be emitted when the engine is switched on. If dense blackness continues, it could mean the engine has a compression or fuel injection problem. Rev it. Run it. Check it out. 5) Kick the tires, metaphorically speaking. Skid steer loaders are hard on tires because when they aren’t rolling, their skidding. Tire manufacturers compensate for that with extra thick walls and treads. Still, wear happens, so see how much rubber is left. Also ask if the tires are pneumat-

ic, foam-filled, or solid. Each can be OK, but if you’ve a preference, find out what the loader is rolling on.

What You Can Expect to Pay Pricing of skid steers depends on make, model and supply-anddemand pressures. Prices also can vary by region. So, guesstimates of the cost of a skid steer for sale are wide-ranging. However, some reasonable cost projections can be made. • New A small Bobcat S70 skid steer is powered by a 24 hp diesel engine, produces just under 10 gpm of hydraulic flow, is 36 in. wide and stands slightly under six ft. The diminutive loader will cost about $12,000. A midsize Case SR175 (67 hp) with a high-flow hydraulic package, 66-in. bucket, enclosed cab with AC, hydraulic coupler for attachments, and heavy-duty 12x16.5 pneumatic tires will come with a price tag of about $42,000. A larger loader costs more, of course. A 90 hp Gehl V420 has 32 gpm hydraulic flow, 14x17.5 severe duty tires, self-leveling bucket, hydraglide, a vertical lift height of 12 ft. and a cab. Its price tag is $70,000, more or less. • Used Pricing used equipment is so dependent on condition that extrapolating prices is dicey. Still, it is safe to say a 2006 New Holland LS160 with a 42 hp engine with 1,500 hours on it, 1,500-lb. operating capacity, and 10x16.5 tires can be bought for $13,500. A larger used skid loader—a 2016 Takeuchi TS80V2 — with fewer than 300 hours on its 74 hp Deutz engine, a 2-speed transmission reaching 11 mph, 31 gpm auxiliary hydraulic flow, and maximum lift height of almost 11 ft. — could cost $35,000. A bigger machine yet — a 2017 100 hp John Deere 332G loader with a back-up camera, high-flow auxiliary hydraulics, deluxe lighting, an airconditioned cab and quick-attachment connections — can be found for $62,000. • Rental Rental prices for a mid-sized skid SEE GUIDE PAGE 84

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GUIDE FROM PAGE 82 loader range widely—all based on regional demographics, construction activity, and area competition. An online survey suggests renting such a machine for a day can cost anywhere from $225 to $450 a day, $625 to $1,200 a week and $1,700 to $2,700 a month. In addition, some rental companies give corporate and fleet customers a lower rate. • Some financing options “Skid steer for sale” — the ad is enticing, but it means a substantial investment for a buyer, particularly if the buyer is a new contractor or a property owner. Equipment dealers understand this and offer a variety of ways for buyers to pay for the machines. In the first place, some dealers offer lease agreements with an option to buy, sometimes at rates lower than traditional financing. Tax benefits accrue just as if you owned the machine outright. Financing costs vary according to supply and demand, of course. Some manufacturers offer nointerest loans for five years or several thousand dollars in rebates up front. Some conventional loan providers specialize in heavy (or compact) equipment purchases, which is to say they understand that construction work seasons oftentimes are not 12 months a year and ag work is cyclical and seasonal. Tip: Investigate financing options before seriously starting shopping.

Specs and Features to Consider As noted earlier, skid steers offer different levels of performance because they are engineered to different productivity standards. Following are several indicators of performance to look for: 1) Load capacity — Lifting and carrying some hand tools and several armloads of turf is about all the smallest skid steer loader can handle, 600 to 700 lbs. at most. These ultracompact loaders only have 25 hp or so with hydraulic power to match, so lifting a boulder or a cubic yard of soil is out of the question. At the other end of the load spectrum are 100 hp skid loaders that can lift one and a half tons. Don’t oversize, though it always is a good idea to get a machine with slightly larger lift capacity than you normally require just to give yourself a comfortable working margin. 2) Lift height and reach — The pivoting arms on skid steers operate in one of two ways. A radial lift configuration swings from a single pivot point so that a bucket will arc forward slightly on its way up. The pivot of a vertical lift system, on the other hand, is more complex and eliminates the outward arc. Reach and lift height of skid steers vary between the two systems, though the differences have narrowed. Each system enjoys certain advantages. Knowing how you will use your skid steer will determine a preference for one boom system

or the other. 3) Hydraulic capacity and flow — Skid steers have auxiliary hydraulic systems that power a loader’s attachments — that is, the blowers and augers and mulchers that are hooked to the front of the boom. The separate hydraulic system comes essentially in two types: standard and high-flow. The first type typically ranges from 17 gpm on up to 25 gpm. That is sufficient flow for simple attachments such as grapples and augers. A high-flow auxiliary system tops out at 40 gpm, which is sufficient power to operate cold planers and snowblowers. When you rent or buy a skid steer, make sure it has ample flow to do the work you want done. 4) Dimensions — If the gateway to your backyard project is five ft. wide, you don’t want to rent a skid steer 66 in. from side to side. Or try to squeeze a seven-ft.-tall skid loader into a livestock alleyway 80 in. high. Size matters, and not just the size of the engine but also of the chassis. Manufacturers offer skid steers as narrow as 36 in. for narrow and confined applications. Numerous models are under 60 in. wide. While skid steers have grown larger with each new generation, even full-bodied skid loaders are still compact machines. Again, match the skid steer to the worksite application. 5) Engines — The EPA tiered regulation of diesel engines is 15 years old and pushed off-road construction equipment — including skid loader — engines into emissions compliance. Tier IV Final engines are equivalent to European Union Stage IV engines. A Tier V/State V level is in the wings. All that buyers of new or used skid steers need to know is that new and larger engines have emissions technologies that must be maintained, a cost-of-operation consideration. Older loaders may be less expensive to purchase because of lesser EPA requirements at the time of manufacture.

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GUIDE FROM PAGE 84 2) Fork — This second-most-popular attachment is characterized by two projecting flat-steel struts that can slip inside pallets or underneath objects. Commonly used in warehouse or truck-loading applications, the fork is notably simple and functional. 3) Blade — The dozer blade comes in assorted dimensions and is commonly employed for shallow digging and earthwork. Variations include a long, narrow blade and a box blade, each of which is used to roughly level a site for concrete or asphalt pavement work. 4) Grapple — This yawning hinged attachment grips a load rather than supports it. Grapples come in a myriad of tine combinations that are engineered to get a grip on such irregularly shaped materials as roots, brush, logs, boulders and brick stacks. 5) Auger — This earth-drilling attachment takes the back-work out of post-hole digging and similar applications. It requires sufficient auxiliary hydraulic capacity to operate and comes in direct-drive and planetary-drive versions, depending on soil conditions. 6) Broom — This is the answer to concrete surfaces littered with debris or driveways tracked with dirt. Some rotary brooms are angled for systematic side-to-side cleaning. Others have pick-up features that cart away unwanted accumulations of foreign material. 7) Snow-Handlers — These attachments make snow almost welcome. They include simple angled blades that windrow snow and sided blades that contain and mound it. Snow blowers with auger collectors blow it to one side or the other of the skid steer path. 8) Grade-Control Systems — Sophisticated grading attachments from Trimble and other tech manufacturers can fine-tune grades within an inch. Applications include finish-grading for paving and final landscaping. GPS or 3D technology makes it possible. 9) Auxiliary features – Solid tires… Most owners of skid steers choose to run their machines on traditional pneumatic rubber tires with thick-

ened side walls. Another option is foam-filled tires for enhanced puncture resistance. Solid rubber tires are often used when material being run over is particularly harsh or jagged. One tire manufacturer has introduced a one-piece rubber-and-wheel “tire” that rides comfortably without the risk of going flat. The heavier the tire, as a rule, the more expensive it is. Enclosed cabs…The operator platforms on all skid steer loaders are enclosed in a steel safety frame, yet many are open-air seating. Glassedin cabs are an option with either slide-up front doors or wide-opening front doors for entry. A couple of manufacturers employ just one boom arm, therefore making a sideopening door possible. Midsized and larger skid steer cabs can be air-conditioned and heated.

Some Leading Skid Steer Loader Manufacturers 1) Bobcat — This North Dakota manufacturer (now owned by Doosan) pioneered the skid steer loader and spawned an industry. It remains a popular choice and offers a dozen models, including its A770, which can switch from skid steer to all-wheel-steer when an operator believes a different steering mode will help with a particular task. 2) Case — This Kansas manufacturer offers nine models of skid loaders, which are notably powerful machines in the industry. The company embraced Tier IV emission systems early on. Some models have operator-friendly electro-hydraulic controls that offer a range of speed and sensitivity settings so an operator can comfortably operate the machine. 3) Caterpillar — This Illinois manufacturer has eight skid steer models, the largest (272 D2 XHP) with a 110 hp engine and 40 gpm hydraulic flow. Each skid loader model features a hydraulically driven demand fan, which kicks in when worksite conditions especially tax the engine and extra cooling is required to protect the power plant. 4) Deere — This Illinois manufacturer long ago moved from building

agricultural equipment to construction equipment and offers eight skid steer models. John Deere models range from 50 to 100 hp. Operators of its popular midsized machines can choose between foot and joystick controls and otherwise adapt a machine to personal preferences. 5) Gehl — This Wisconsin manufacturer (now owned by French company Manitou Group) produces 10 skid steers, the smallest being a 33 hp model. The largest is the 90 hp V420 with a lift height of almost 12 ft. and an auxiliary high-flow hydraulic system that can pump 41 gpm. Weighing nearly six tons, the V420 is among the largest on the market. 6) JCB — This British manufacturer offers fewer models (4) than some manufacturers but more innovations. The company pioneered mono-boom skid steers, that is, just one arm on the right side raises and lowers material. This allows operator entry through a side door. The company also has introduced a “teleskid”— a loader with a telescopic boom. 7) Kubota — This Japanese manufacturer produces skid steers in two mid-to-upper-size versions: 64 hp and 74 hp. A unique feature is a slide-up, front-entry door, which means entry and exit are possible regardless of the position of the twin booms. Another standard feature is a climate-controlled cab for operator comfort. 8) LiuGong — This Chinese manufacturer offers one model in the North American market, the 385B, the latest generation of its skid steers. Powered by a 70 hp Yanmar Tier IV Final engine, the skid loader features a cab that tilts 80 degrees for easy access to the engine compartment for servicing. Attention was paid to reducing operator cabin noise. 9) Mustang — This Minnesota manufacturer (now owned by French company Manitou Group) has built skid steers for 50 years and today offers 10 skid steer models. The largest is the 98 hp 4200V with a tip load of 8,400 lbs. and a lift height of nearly 12 ft. The skid loaders come standard with an automatic hydraulic self-leveling system.

10) New Holland — This U.S.-rooted manufacturer (now owned by Italian company CNH Industrial) has seven skid steers in the market, four of them with the vertical-lift system the company invented. Its machines range from 46 hp to 84 hp. A safety feature is an in-cab switch to lock a boom in place, an insurance against accidental drops. 11) Takeuchi — This Japanese manufacturer offers two versions of the TS80 74-hp skid steer, one radial lift, the other vertical. It has an optional two-speed drive system that can zip the skid loader along at 11 mph, for projects with unusual travel distances. The heavy-duty machines each have a breakout force of about 5,900 lbs. 12) Volvo — This Swedish manufacturer has eight skid steers in its lineup, ranging in power from 48 to 74 hp. The company has adopted the single-boom design with side-door entry. The company’s latest generation models have stronger booms, which has increased maximum lift height to 10 ft. More spacious operator cabins are another feature. 13) Wacker Neuson — This Wisconsin manufacturer began skid steer production just four years ago and now offers six models. The largest, the SW28, is a 74 hp unit with a vertical lift height of more than 11 ft. The skid steers come with a three-year full-machine warranty and four-year powertrain warranty.

Summary The skid steer loader broke the “Bigger Is Better” mold for construction equipment and heralded a new day of compact machinery. It accomplished this because it is a versatile and productive tool carrier. With a host of tool attachments, one skid loader is the equivalent of several more specialized machines. Whether you are contemplating renting one to augment your fleet of equipment or buying one for personal or commercial use, the skid loader is a work horse that will not disappoint—so long as you get the loader that best fits your situation. That’s the key. 

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MODEL

RATED OPERATING CAPACITY LBS. (KG)

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

MODEL

RATED OPERATING CAPACITY LBS. (KG)

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

BOBCAT CATERPILLAR SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

226D 232D 236D 242D 246D 262D 272D2 272D2 XHP

1,550 (703) 1,850 (839) 1,800 (817) 2,150 (975) 2,150 (975) 2,700 (1,225) 3,400 (1,542) 3,650 (1,656)

66 (49) 60 (45) 66 (49) 73 (54) 73 (54) 73 (54) 95 (71) 106 (79)

59 (150) 59 (150) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 72 (183) 76 (193)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

239D 249D 257D 259D 279D 289D 299D2 299D2 XHP

1,435 (651) 1,610 (730) 1,960 (889) 2,030 (921) 2,055 (932) 2,660 (1,207) 3,200 (1,452) 3,308 (1,501)

67 (50) 67 (50) 73 (54) 73 (54) 73 (54) 73 (54) 95 (71) 106 (79)

66 (168) 66 (168) 68 (168) 66 (168) / 69 (175) 78 (198) 78 (198) 76 (193) / 78 (198) 76 (193)

JCB SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

215 270 300 Teleskid 3TS-8W

2112 (958) 2,723 (1,235) 3,186 (1,445) 3,208 (1,455)

74 (55) 74 (55) 74 (55) 74 (55)

66 (167) 75 (190) 75 (190) 73 (185)

SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

35.5 (90.2) 58.6 (148.8) 64.7 (164.3) 64.7 (164.3) 65.2 (165.6) 65.2 (165.6) 72.1 (183.1) 72.1 (183.1) 72.1 (183.1) 72.1 (183.1) 79 (200.6) 74.7 (189.7)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

55 (139.7) 67 (170.2) 67 (170.2) 67 (170.2) 72.9 (185.2) 72.9 (185.2) 78 (198.1) 78 (198.1) 83 (210.8)

S70 S450 S550 S570 S590 S595 S630 S650 S740 S770 S850 A770 T450 T550 T590 T595 T630 T650 T740 T770 T870

700 (318) 1,300 (590) 1,750 (794) 1,950 (885) 2,100 (953) 2,200 (998) 2,180 (989) 2,690 (1,220) 3,100 (1,406) 3,350 (1,520) 3,950 (1,792) 3,325 (1,508) 1,400 (635) 1,995 (905) 2,100 (953) 2,200 (998) 2,100 (953) 2,570 (1,166) 3,200 (1,451) 3,475 (1,576) 3650 (1,656)

23.5 (17.5) 49 (36.5) 61 (45.5) 61 (45.5) 66 (49.2) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 92 (68.6) 100 (74.6) 92 (68.6) 61 (45.6) 66 (49.2) 66 (49.2) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 92 (68.6) 100 (74.6)

KUBOTA SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%) SSV65 SSV75r

MUSTANG BY MANITOU SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%) R105 R135 R150 R165 R190 R220 R260 V270 GEN:2 V330 GEN:2 V420

1,050 (476) 1,350 (612) 1,500 (680) 1,650 (748) 1,900 (862) 2,200 (998) 2,600 (1,179) 2,700 (1,225) 3,300 (1,497) 4,200 (1,906)

34.7 (25.9) 49.3 (36.8) 49.3 (36.8) 69.3 (51.7) 69.3 (51.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 120.7 (90)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

RT105 RT165 RT175 GEN:3 RT185 RT210 GEN:3 RT215 RT250 GEN:3 RT255 VT320

1,050 (476) 1,650 (748) 1,750 (794) 1,850 (839) 2,100 (953) 2,150 (975) 2,500 (1,134) 2,550 (1,157) 3,200 (1,452)

34.7 (25.9) 69.3 (51.7) 69.3 (51.7) 69.3 (51.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4) 114 (85)

48.4 (123) 52.6 (133.6) 63.2 (160.5) 63.2 (160.5) 64.5 (163.8) 65.5 (166.4) 65.5 (166.4) 69.5 (176.5) 72 (182.9) 81 (205.7) 50.8 (129) 66 (167.6) 64.4 (163.6) 64.4 (163.6) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5)

LIUGONG SKID STEER (Rated Operating Capacity 50%) 385B

2,300 (1,045)

72 (53)

73 (185)

1,950 (885) 2,690 (1,220)

64 (47.7) 74.3 (55.4)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

Kubota SVL65-2 2,100 (953) Kubota SVL75-2 2,300 (1,043) Kubota SVL95-2S 3,200 (1,451)

68.3 (51) 74.3 (55.4) 96.4 (72)

69 (175) 75 (190.5) 65.2 (165.6) 68 (172) 80 (203)

CASE SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

SR130 SR160 SR175 SV185 SR210 SR240 SR270 SV280 SV340

1,300 (590) 1,600 (726) 1,750 (790) 1,850 (840) 2,100 (953) 2,400 (1,008) 2,700 (1,224) 2,800 (1,270) 3,400 (1,545)

49 (36.4) 60 (44.7) 67 (50) 60 (44.7) 74 (55) 74 (55) 90 (67) 74 (55) 90 (67)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

TR270 TR310 TR340 TV370 TV380 TV450

1,890 (860) 2,170 (984) 2,380 (1,079) 2,590 (1,178) 2,660 (1,209) 10,610 (4,823)

74 (55) 74 (55) 90 (67) 74 (55) 90 (67) 90 (67)

59.8 (151.89) 59.8 (151.89) 64.6 (164) 64.6 (164) 69.1 (175.5) 69.6 (176.7) 69.6 (176.7) 69.6 (176.7) 69.6 (176.7) 65.9 (1.68) 74.3 (1.89) 76.0 (1.93) 76.0 (1.93) 76.0 (1.93) 76.0 (1.93)


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MODEL

RATED OPERATING CAPACITY LBS. (KG)

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

1,050 (476) 1,350 (612) 1,500 (680) 1,650 (748) 1,900 (862) 2,200 (998) 2,600 (1,179) 2,700 (1,225) 3,300 (1,497) 4,200 (1,906)

34.7 (25.9) 49.3 (36.8) 49.3 (36.8) 69.3 (51.7) 69.3 (51.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 120.7 (90)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

Gehl RT105 1,050 (476) Gehl RT165 1,650 (748) Gehl RT175 GEN:3 1,750 (794) Gehl RT185 1,850 (839) Gehl RT210 GEN:3 2,100 (953) Gehl RT215 2,150 (975) Gehl RT250 GEN:3 2,500 (1,134) Gehl RT255 2,550 (1,157) Gehl VT320 3,200 (1,452)

34.7 (25.9) 69.3 (51.7) 69.3 (51.7) 69.3 (51.7) 72 (53.7) 72 (53.7) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4) 114 (85)

48.4 (123) 52.6 (133.6) 63.2 (160.5) 63.2 (160.5) 64.5 (163.8) 65.5 (166.4) 65.5 (166.4) 69.5 (176.5) 72 (182.9) 81 (205.7) 50.8 (129) 66 (167.6) 64.4 (163.6) 64.4 (163.6) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5) 69.5 (176.5)

NEW HOLLAND SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%) 1,300 (590) 1,600 (725) 1,800 (818) 2,000 (905) 2,100 (905) 2,800 (1,020) 3,400 (1,542)

49 (36) 60 (45) 60 (45) 67 (50) 74 (55) 74 (55) 90 (67)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

C227 C232 C234 C237 C245

2,700 (1,225) 3,200 (1,451) 3,400 (1,542) 3,700 (1678) 4,500 (2,045)

74 (55) 74 (55) 90 (67) 74 (55) 90 (67)

59.8 (151.8) 59.8 (151.8) 66.1 (167.8) 69.1 (175.5) 69.1 (175.5) 69.6 (176.8) 76 (193.0) 65.9 (167.6) 76 (193.0) 76 (193.0) 76 (193.0) 76 (193.0)

VOLVO 2,526 (1,146) 2,723 (1,235) 3,186 (1,445) 1,550 (703) 1,750 (794) 2,114 (959) 2,112 (958)

74 (55) 74 (55) 74 (55) 56 (42) 56 (42) 73.8 (55) 73.8 (55)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

MCT110D MCT125D MCT135D MCT85C

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

RS-75 VS-75

2,600 (1,179) 3,500 (1,587)

74 (55.2) 74 (55.2)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

RT-25 RT-40 RT-65 VT-70 RT-75 RT-75HD RT-120 RT-120 Forestry

665 (302) 931 (422) 1925 (873) 2,328 (1,056) 2,650 (1,202) 2,650 (1,202) 3,535 (1,603) 3,745 (1,699)

24.7 (18.4) 37.5 (27.9) 67 (49.9) 65 (48.5) 74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 120 (89.5) 120 (89.5)

72 (182.9) 72 (182.9) 48 (121.9) 48.3 (122.7) 66 (167.6) 65.6 (166.6) 70 (177.8) 70 (177.8) 71 (180.4) 73 (185.4)

JOHN DEERE SKID STEERS (SAE Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

312GR 314G 316GR 318G 320G 324G 330G 332G

1,550 (704) 1,760 (799) 1,750 (795) 1,945 (883) 2,190 (994) 2,690 (1,221) 3,000 (1,362) 3,600 (1,634)

51 (37.8) 51 (37.8) 65 (48.5) 65 (48.5) 69 (51.7) 74 (55) 91.2 (68) 100 (74.6)

62.9 (1.60) 62.9 (1.60) 62.9 (1.60) 62.9 (1.60) 67 (1.70) 67 (1.70) 78 (1.98) 78.4 (1.99)

TAKEUCHI SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

TS80R2 TS80V2

2,825 (1,281) 3,500 (1,588)

74 (55) 74 (55)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

TL6 TL8 TL10V2 TL12R2 TL12V2

1,841 (835) 2,105 (955) 2,522 (1,144) 2,975 (1,349) 4,107 (1,863)

65.2 (48.6) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4) 111.3 (83) 111.3 (83)

72 (182.9) 72 (182.9) 60.2 (152.9) 65.4 (166.1) 68.5 (173.9) 77.2 (196.0) 77.2 (196.0)

WACKER NEUSON

SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

MC110D MC115D MC135D MC70C MC85C MC100C MC105C

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

L213 L216 L218 L220 L221 L228 L234

RATED OPERATING CAPACITY LBS. (KG)

ASV

GEHL Gehl R105 Gehl R135 Gehl R150 Gehl R165 Gehl R190 Gehl R220 Gehl R260 Gehl V270 GEN:2 Gehl V330 GEN:2 Gehl V420

MODEL

2,526 (1,145) 2,723 (1,235) 3,000 (1,361) 1,900 (862)

73.8 (55) 73.8 (55) 73.8 (55) 59.9 (43.9)

71 (180.3) 71 (180.3) 71 (180.3) 63 (160) 63 (160) 59.8 (152) 59.8 (152) 76 (193) 76 (193) 76 (193) 66 (168)

SKID STEERS (Rated Operating Capacity 50%)

65.9 (167) 65.9 (167) 65.9 (167) 65.9 (167 72 (183) 72 (183)

COMPACT TRACK LOADERS (Rated Operating Capacity 35%)

67.1 (170) 67.1 (170) 78 (198) 78 (198)

SW16 SW17 SW20 SW21 SW 24 SW 28 ST28 ST31 ST 35 ST 45

1,600 (725) 1,700 (771) 2,000 (907) 2,100 (952) 2,400 (1,089) 2,800 (1,270) 1,960 (889) 2,170 (984) 2,450 (1,114) 3,150 (1432)

56 (42) 74 (55) 56 (42) 74 (55) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4) 74 (55) 74 (55) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4)


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Amtrak to Invest $90M for Baltimore’s Penn Station Project Amtrak has reached commercial close for properties in partnership with local stakeholders and Baltimore Penn Station with the execution of a the community, called Next Stop Baltimore Penn Master Development Agreement with Penn Station Station. Partners to redevelop and expand the historic station. “This is an important project for the city of Amtrak plans to invest up to $90 million in improveBaltimore and one that we need to get right,” said ments to the historic station as part of the deal, includMichael Beatty, president of Beatty Development ing expansion and modernization to accommodate Group. “It’s so important that we stay engaged with passenger growth and significantly improve the custhe community and get their continued input. The tomer experience. first public meeting in July 2018 provided us with so “By investing in the modernization of Baltimore much useful, insightful feedback. We are looking forPenn Station, Amtrak seeks to transform central ward to holding additional public meetings over the Baltimore into a premier regional transportation hub next six months now that commercial agreement has that will provide new amenities and transit connec- Amtrak plans to invest up to $90 million in improvements to the been reached.” Bill Struever, principal of Cross Street tions,” said Richard Anderson, Amtrak president and historic Baltimore Penn Station, including expansion and modern- Partners, added “We want the redeveloped Penn CEO. “This work is part of Amtrak’s ongoing efforts ization to accommodate passenger growth and significantly Station to be treasured by neighborhood residents in to improve the customer experience and grow pas- improve the customer experience. addition to commuters and Amtrak personnel.” senger rail.” The first phase of rail infrastructure work at Planning and development due diligence have been have taken the next critical step toward ensuring that Penn Baltimore Penn Station includes the renovation of an existunder way since January 2018, following Amtrak’s Station can finally achieve its full potential — and I am ing platform to bring it back into service and the construcannouncement of Penn Station Partners as the selected thrilled to learn that Amtrak will be committing significant tion of an additional platform. Baltimore Penn Station Master Developer. The Baltimore- capital to support revitalization of this Baltimore landThe development framework and station area improvebased developer partnership is led by Beatty Development mark,” said Congressman Elijah E. Cummings. “I will con- ments in Baltimore will leverage additional Northeast Group and Cross Street Partners, along with a local and tinue to work closely with Amtrak, Penn Station Partners Corridor infrastructure and capacity improvements, includinternational team of highly qualified planning, design and and the entire Baltimore community to ensure that this proj- ing the new Amtrak high-speed rail expansion effort curconstruction firms. Penn Station Partners was selected ect reflects our local priorities, creates opportunities for rently under way. This project also complements ongoing through a competitive procurement process based on their local minority- and women-owned businesses, and enables Amtrak improvements at New York Penn Station; opening proposal, and commitment to partnering with Amtrak and Penn Station to be both an inviting gateway and an econom- the new Moynihan Train Hall in New York; and further the city of Baltimore to transform the area into a vibrant ic engine for our city.” development of stations in Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Amtrak and Penn Station Partners are currently advanc- Philadelphia. multi-modal hub featuring the historic station at its center. “I am very excited that Amtrak and Penn Station Partners ing a Vision Plan for the station and surrounding Amtrak For more information, visit BaltimorePennStation.com. 


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Volvo CE Enters 20-Ton Class Market With New EC200E Crawler Excavator

NORTRAX www.nortrax.com 1505 Caribou Road • New Canada, ME 04743 207/834-6701 34 Page Road West • Hermon, ME 04401 207/947-6786 106 North Street • Houlton, ME 04730 207/532-6517 396 County Road • Westbrook, ME 04092 207/773-3777 98 Sheep Davis Road • Pembroke, NH 03275 603/225-2769 14 The Crossing Boulevard • Clifton Park, NY 12065 518/371-5111 1486 US Highway 11 • Gouverneur, NY 13642 315/287-0703 300 Clinton Street • Springfield, VT 05156 802/885-6840 375 Engineers Drive • Williston, VT 05495 802/658-2121

RUDD EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.ruddequipment.com 4344 Poplar Level RD • Louisville, KY 40213 502/456-4050 Pittsburgh, PA 412/741-1731 Clearfield, PA 814/765-8500 Charleston, WV 304/755-7788

The EC200E, a new class size in Volvo’s North American crawler excavator lineup between the EC160E and EC220E, was designed primarily for customers who need a light- to medium-duty digging excavator.

The new EC200E crawler excavator from Volvo Construction Equipment gives customers a new option between Volvo’s 16- and 22-ton machines — a 20-ton class excavator that offers strong performance and comes without the added features and cost of a larger excavator. “This machine’s size and price point make it a great new option for rental yards and for owners of smaller fleets looking to move up to take on bigger projects, particularly those in the building segment,” said Sung Sook Kim, product manager excavators at Volvo Construction Equipment. A Strong Addition The EC200E is a new class size in Volvo’s North American crawler excavator lineup between the EC160E and EC220E. It was designed primarily for customers who need a light- to medium-duty digging excavator. The EC200E has a maximum digging reach of 32 ft. 9 in. (10 m) and a maximum digging depth of 22 ft. 3 in. (6.7 m), with a lifting capacity of 16,138 lbs. (7,320 kg). The EC200E is fitted with X1 hydraulic piping and has an attachment management system that allows for pre-setting hydraulic flow and pressure for up to 20 attachments. The machine is equipped for quick couplers, which makes it easier to swap out attachments quickly. Additional features include: • The ability to transport it on a trailer without additional

permits, as opposed to larger machines • Auto idling, auto engine shutdown and ECO mode for increased fuel efficiency • Service-friendly features like grouped filters and singlelayer cooling systems are easily accessible from ground level • ROPS cab, high-visibility handrails, anti-slip steps and easy access to the machine via the right-hand side • Integrated work modes incorporate engine rpm and hydraulic flow into a single dial, allowing operators to easily get the perfect balance of power and controllability • New 8-inch LCD display • Tier IV Final D4 Volvo engine Reliable Support Like all Volvo excavators, the EC200E is backed by the Volvo lifetime frame and structure warranty, which covers the frame, boom and arm for the entirety of the initial period of ownership. It is also eligible for a free year of ActiveCare Direct, the 24/7/365 active machine monitoring and fleet utilization reporting service offered directly from Volvo. The EC200E also comes with the Volvo fuel efficiency guarantee. If the machine’s fuel consumption and productivity do not meet model-rated efficiency levels, Volvo will reimburse a portion of the additional fuel. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com. 

SCHMIDT EQUIPMENT INC. www.schmidtequipment.com 80 Southbridge Rd. • North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786 Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345 Plymouth, MA 02363 508/830-9997 No. Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810 Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595


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W.I. CLARK COMPANY www.wiclark.com 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd • Wallingford, CT 06810 203/265-6781 Danbury, CT 06810 203/775-1203 Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808

FIVE STAR EQUIPIMENT, INC. www.fivestarequipment.com 60 Paul Rd. • Rochester, NY 14624 585/235-3011 1653 NY Route 11 • Kirkwood, NY 13795 607/775-2006 284 Ellicott Rd. • Orchard Park, NY 14127 716/662-2191 6500 E. Taft Rd. • Syracuse, NY 13057 315/452-4560

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Hitachi Wheel Loaders AppointsAl Quinn Managing Director Quinn becomes managing director, reporting to Hirose.

Masaaki Hirose, president of Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America Inc. (HCMA), has announced his retirement from his current position, appointing Vice President of Operations Al Quinn to succeed him in day-to-day management of the company. Hirose has accepted a new position within Hitachi, now serving as chairman and director of HCMA, and vice president of the Hitachi Americas Operations Group. Quinn becomes managing director, reporting to Hirose. Thanking HCMA employees for their support during his tenure, Hirose noted his close collaboration with Quinn in establishing HCMA as a new top-tier player in the wheel loader industry. “Al joined us in 2017, and took the lead in several of our key customer-facing roles. His profound expertise and experience in our industry have been crucial to our success in Sales, Marketing, Parts & Service and Purchasing. Now, as managing director, he will continue to provide leadership in those areas, with additional responsibilities for corporate and production operations,” Hirose said.

Masaaki for his dedication and commitments to improving our company. It is very rewarding to see the improvements that we are making in market share, profitability and in better serving our customers.” Under Hirose’s leadership, HCMA has seen 175 percent growth in revenue and has nearly doubled its market share. Last June, the company celebrated the grand opening of its new U.S. corporate headquarters and training facility, representing a $4 million investment in support for customers and dealers in the Americas. Speaking to more than 30 Hitachi wheel loader dealers HCMA’s first national conference, Quinn said, “It’s great for all wheel loader customers to have access to an alternative global brand. We expect to exceed customer expectations. “Expectations are high, and that also drives change. While we have accomplished much, we still have much more to do,” Quinn said. “We will stay on course to implement the strategies and plans that have been working for us through the past two years. No radical new plans are expected. I am very optimistic that we are creating a very bright future for HCMA.” For more information please visit www.hitachiwheelloaders.us. 

On Track for Growth As Quinn accepted his appointment, he recognized key milestones that HCMA has achieved since it began operations in January 2018. “We have certainly gone through tremendous change in the past 2 years, but I want to say thank you to

Study Looks at Emissions FromHeavy-Duty Diesel Vehicles STUDY from page 40

by a further 81 percent, compared to pre-2010 engines. • Model year 2010 and newer trucks, which use both DPF and SCR systems, deliver emissions levels below today’s requirements: 0.02 g/kg of particulate matter. • The dirtiest 9 percent of the fleet accounted for more than 70 percent of the black carbon and NOx emissions. (Half of these were deemed as exempt from CARB rules and the other half deemed as non-compliant vehicles.) • Diesel trucks are a minor source of NH3 and N2O emissions, both minor contributors to greenhouse gas creation; the implementation of SCR systems increased these emissions. The reduced black carbon emissions delivered by DPFs, combined with the fuel economy gains delivered by SCR systems, far outweigh the effect of N2O global warming increase.

Maryland’s Fort McHenry Tunnel and Hong Kong’s Shing Mun Tunnel The Health Effects Institute (HEI) published the results of a tunnel study conducted between 1992 and 2015 at the Fort McHenry Tunnel, located outside Maryland’s Port of Baltimore. Results were compared with a similar emissions inventory conducted between 2003 and 2015 at the Shing Mun Tunnel in Hong Kong. The purpose of the study was to validate estimates made by the most popular emissions model used to inform U.S. air quality regulations: the MOVES model. HEI concluded that the MOVES model substantially overestimated realworld emissions for most pollutants in Baltimore’s Fort McHenry Tunnel by factors ranging from ~2x to ~100x. Alongside this conclusion, the data gathered by the study demonstrated a substantial decrease (78 to 96 percent) in vehicular emissions from both light-duty (non-diesel) and heavy-duty (diesel) vehicles

between 1992 and 2015 in the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Similarly, the study revealed an 80 percent decrease in PM 2.5 emissions between 2003 and 2015 in Hong Kong’s Shing Mun Tunnel, most likely due to the adoption of Euro V standards and implementation of SCR retrofitting by Hong Kong’s government. Why This Matters Tunnel studies offer unique controlled laboratory settings for evaluating motor vehicle emissions in a real-world setting. These two independent studies highlight the effectiveness of new emissions control technologies and cleaner fuels in diesel engines, and support analyses that suggest that the newestgeneration diesel trucks are achieving low emissions in real-world working conditions. They also raise other important issues, notably that: • The primary motor vehicle emissions model in the United States (“MOVES”) substantially overestimated actual measured

emissions by factors ranging from ~2x to more than ~100x for a number of pollutants. Mobile source models like MOVES are the centerpiece of air quality planning and control policies at the federal and state levels. • In the case of California, a small number of vehicles were responsible for a majority of the emissions. Investments in the newest generation of diesel technologies are helping cities, municipalities and states achieve significant clean air improvements. Since 2011, new commercial trucks sold in the United States achieve near-zero levels of emissions, meeting CARB and U.S. EPA standards for both ozone precursors (NOx) and PM 2.5 emissions. The findings in these two studies should be an indication that there is a need for a greater policy focus on gross emitters, emissions control system tampering and in-use emissions. This new generation of advanced diesel technology is also having a positive climate impact

because it is more fuel efficient, which translates into lower GHG emissions, and is near zero emissions for black carbon, a shortlived climate pollutant. Relative to previous generations of technology, these newest engines reduce emissions by 98 percent. Beyond these advancements, when coupled with low-carbon, advanced renewable biodiesel fuels, existing diesel technologies yield immediate clean air and climate benefits. Many municipalities across the United States, including many in California’s Bay Area, have made the switch to renewable diesel fuel for transit buses and other heavy-duty vehicles and equipment. Accelerating the introduction of the newest-generation diesel technologies offers a means to achieve rapid and large-scale emission reductions. Advanced diesel technologies are contributing substantially to our nation’s ability to achieve our climate and clean air goals today, with more possible in the future. 


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ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT INCORPORATED

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30 Birch Island Road Webster, MA 01570 508/949-0005 www.barryequipment.com

BRENCO EQUIPMENT SUPPLY & TECHNOLOGY 749 Clawson Avenue Hillsborough, NJ 08844 908/369-3340 www.brencoequipment.com

CHAPPELL TRACTOR 454 Route 13 South Milford, NH 03055 800/698-2640 251 Route 125 Brentwood, NH 03833 800/616-5666 391 Loudon Rd. Concord, NH 03301 800/358-6007 www.chappelltractor.com

EQUIPMENT EAST 61 Silva Lane Dracut, MA 01826 978/454-3320 www.equipmenteast.com

PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR 1548 W. Housatonic St. Pittsfield, MA 01201 413/443-2623 www.plt.com

JERSEY RENTS 252 Atlantic City Blvd. Bayville, NJ 08721 732/361-4487 322 Spring Valley Road Old Bridge, NJ 08857 732/591-2088 www.jerseyrents.com

HEAVY MACHINES INC. 159 North Avenue Skowhegan, ME 04976 207/858-0051 888/875-3954 www.heavymachinesinc.com

VERMEER MID ATLANTIC, LLC 8830 Corridor Road Annapolis Junction, MD 20701 800/492-1274 Manassas, VA 800/552-2074 Roanoke, VA 844/837-6337 Charlotte, NC 800-768-3444 Garner, NC 888/883-7633

Colfax, NC 888/933-9344 Simpsonville, SC 800/850-4710 Summerville, SC 800/246-4307 Cranberry Township, PA 888/213-8340 Medina, OH 888/213-3544 Findlay, OH 888/213-8338

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Chadwick-BaRoss, Inc.

Heavy Machines, Inc.

www.chadwick-baross.com

www.heavymachinesinc.com

15 Katrina Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 800-804-0775

159 North Avenue Skowhegan, ME 04976 207-858-0051 • 1-888-875-3954

31 James P. Murphy Industrial Hwy West Warwick, RI 02893 401-640-9303

Norris Sales Company www.norrissales.com

Contractors Sales Company

1010 Conshohocken Road Conshohocken, PA 19428 610-279-5777

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668 Berlin Cross Keys Road Sicklerville, NJ 08081 856-740-1400

121 Karner Road Albany, NY 12212 518-456-1445 • 888-468-5479

Jersey Rents www.jerseyrents.com 252 Atlantic City Blvd. Bayville, NJ 08721 732-361-4487 322 Spring Valley Road Old Bridge, NJ 08857 732-591-2088

Link-Belt Mid-Atlantic Construction Equipment www.Link-BeltMidAtlantic.com Ashland, VA 866-955-6071 Chesapeake, VA 800-342-3248 Frederick, MD 833-546-5235

Chappell Tractor www.chappelltractor.com 454 Route 13 South Milford, NH 03055 603-673-2640 251 Route 125 Brentwood, NH 03833 800-616-5666 391 Loudon Road Concord, NH 03301 800-358-6007


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Terex Advance Hosts AnnualService School for Technicians Terex Advance held its annual service school on Feb. 25 to 26 in Fort Wayne, Ind., as part of its continuous efforts to support its customers throughout the United States. More than 100 technicians from across the country gathered at the Grand Wayne Center to hear Terex Advance production and engineering professionals, service providers and vendors discuss new offerings, troubleshooting and diagnostic repairs for their concrete trucks. For more than 40 years, Terex Advance has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of a complete line of versatile and specialized concrete mixer trucks for the construction market. This class was to continue training the industry More than 100 technicians from across the country gathered at the Grand Wayne Center professionals in properly diag- Terex Advance production and engineering professionals, service providers and vendors nosing and repairing these trucks new offerings, troubleshooting, and diagnostic repairs for their concrete trucks. in a timelier and efficient fashion so they can get them back on the road and maintenance meeting is an important part of allows us not only to help our customers customer engagement. Direct interaction with immediate needs and questions, but maximize uptime. John Leech, general manager of Terex with our customers that deal with the service creates a venue that drives our continuous Advance and Terex Bid-Well said, “The and reliability of our trucks on a daily basis improvement activities going forward.”

The first day consisted of vendor product topics, including engine repair, troubleshooting, and upcoming changes by various engine vendors, and the new disc brakes, axles, and chassis information. Day two was headlined by Terex Advance’s own team of engineers, who took part in a panel discussion with the group of technicians to better understand what issues are being encountered in the field. Along with this, they gave customers time-saving tips to get the most out of their Terex Advance concrete mixer trucks. The Terex Services team also was on site to discuss the merging of the Terex Advance Service team with the Terex Utilities team, and to provide helpful tips on troubleshootto hear ing and diagnosing the electrical discuss system in their trucks. Each session left the attendees with helpful information to better their repair processes and diagnose issues in a more timely fashion. For more information visit http://www.terex.com/concrete.

Doosan to Offer Trimble’s SmartScale on Wheel Loaders Trimble and Doosan Infracore North America LLC announced the availability of Trimble LOADRITE L3180 SmartScale as an option on Doosan wheel loaders. The LOADRITE L3180 SmartScale uses weighing intelligence and solid state sensors for more accurate, precise and faster loading. It also connects machines and devices for the collection and syncing of data via the builtin WiFi to InsightHQ reporting portal. InsightHQ consolidates live, operational information from Trimble LOADRITE devices on loaders, excavators and conveyors across the site, to provide near real-time productivity and performance reports for extraction, processing and load-out operations. Reengineered from the ground up, Trimble’s next-generation loader scale platform features smarter weighing, smarter data management and a smarter interface. Intelligence in the weighing software and new hardware gives operators of all skill levels the ability to load faster and more productively than ever before, according to the manufacturer. “Our Doosan wheel loader customers will benefit greatly from the new option, helping them do their work more precisely to improve their overall productivity,” said Bill

Zak, wheel loader product specialist, Doosan Infracore North America. “This type of technology demonstrates our ongoing commitment to provide our Doosan dealers and customers with state-of-the-art equipment options.” “With Trimble and Doosan working together, we make the ordering process easier for our contractors and aggregate producers,” said Johan Smet, general manager of Trimble’s aggregates division. “Trimble LOADRITE onboard weighing technology on Doosan loaders helps our customers move more material each day.” Smarter Weighing The LOADRITE L3180 offers more precise weighing in a wide range of conditions including adjusting for rough terrain, operator technique and machine movement using new weighing intelligence. The system also features digital CAN-bus sensors for noise immunity and ground slope compensation as standard.

The L3180 features a 5.7in. touchscreen display, which is twice the size of previous generation scales. Colorful graphics, cleaner interface design and the new touchscreen allow for faster menu navigation and interaction.

Smarter Data Management The L3180 now offers incab key performance indicators (KPIs), including ton/hour, tons and truck count to enable operators to monitor performance and achieve daily targets. When using Trimble’s cloud-based InsightHQ quarry reporting portal personnel can gain access to site production and operator performance KPIs on desktop or mobile devices. Data is presented in dashboard or graphical formats, including a new loadout performance heatmap, powered by built-in GPS. The system caches data locally and then syncs it with InsightHQ. Smarter Interface The L3180 features a 5.7-in. touchscreen

display, which is twice the size of previous generation scales. Colorful graphics, cleaner interface design and the new touchscreen allow for faster menu navigation and interaction. New loading information detail including customer and product for each job can be customized on the interface by each operator to match their workflow and make it easier to see the right information for maximum productivity. Availability The Trimble LOADRITE L3180 SmartScale is available now as an option from Doosan equipment dealers across North America. To locate a nearby dealer, visit: http://www.doosanequipment.com/dice/dealerlocator/dealerlocator.p age LOADRITE scales are installed and supported by local LOADRITE dealers. LOADRITE L2180 and LOADRITE 2150 loader scales also are available as factory options. For more information on Doosan products, visit DoosanEquipment.com. For more information about Trimble Loadrite, visit www.loadritescales.com. For more information about Trimble, visit www.trimble.com. 


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Viaduct Carries Traffic Over NYS&W, Conrail Rail Lines in North Bergen, N.J. VIADUCT from page 1

The project is being funded through the State Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) and the contractor is I.E.W. Construction Group Inc., Hamilton, N.J. According to Steve Schapiro, director of communications of NJDOT, Route 495 opened in 1939 and originally provided access between Route 3, Route 1 and 9, and the Lincoln Tunnel. In 1952, the roadway was extended west and a new interchange with the NJ Turnpike was constructed. When this occurred, regional traffic movements shifted westward to the NJ Turnpike, which serves as New Jersey’s transportation spinal cord linking its populaThe bridge carries traffic on Route 495 over the NYS&W and Conrail rail tion and employment nerve centers lines, as well as Route 1 and 9, Paterson Plank Road and Liberty Avenue from Pennsville to Fort Lee. in the township of Route 495 was decommissioned as a North Bergen. federal highway in 1980 and was taken over by the New Jersey Department of Transportation making it a state owned/maintained highway. “The Route 495, Route 1&9/Paterson Plank Road bridge deck is in poor condition and the structural framing and supporting piers have areas of severe corrosion and section loss,” Schapiro said. He noted that the purpose of this project is to restore the structural integrity of the bridge, extending its service life for an estimated 75 years, and minimize the need for future emergency repairs, which impact traffic operating conditions. According to NJDOT, Hudson County is a dense urban area with a population of more than 630,000 people. Connecting the Lincoln Tunnel to the New Jersey Turnpike, Route 495 bisects Hudson County with links serving Secaucus, Jersey City, Hoboken, West New York, Weehawken, Union City and North Bergen. “The biggest challenge on this project is the fact that it is a critAccording to Steve Schapiro, director of communi- ical commuter artery into New York City and there are no altercations of NJDOT, Route 495 opened in 1939 and nate routes nearby that traffic may shift to during construction on originally provided access between Route 3, Route the mainline,” he said. “Therefore, the project has been designed 1 and 9, and the Lincoln Tunnel. in stages with only one lane of traffic in each direction being closed throughout the project. During several stages the work area is between traffic going in opposite directions.” The average daily traffic on Route 495 over the viaduct is 152,000 vehicles. During the morning peak there are more than 9,200 vehicles an hour and during the evening peak the count exceeds 10,100 vehicles an hour. That includes 1,800 buses using the exclusive bus lane (XBL) each morning carrying 63,000 comAccording to Steve Schapiro, director of communications of NJDOT, construction muters into Manhattan from 6 is being accomplished in 12 stages — eight of which are the deck replacement, a.m. to 10 a.m. with a peak of which requires the lane closures.

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Geologic, Hydrogeologic Conditions Determine TBM Design TBM from page 10

In loose rock, Sonic Softground Probing (SSP) systems are employed to ferret out possible obstacles such as boulders, old sheet piles or shafts. In an SSP system, transmitters and receivers operate within the cutting wheel on the TBM. Once the TBM is set in motion, signals capable of reading obstacles up to 44 yds. (40 m) ahead become easily detectable. The appli- A 14.76 ft. (4.5 m) diameter Robbins Main Beam TBM cation of either ISP or SSP endured difficult geology in a small mountainous tools work in conjunction region in Vietnam, six hours from the nearest large with the drilling process and city. From massive granitic rock, to a handful of major do not affect forward tunnel- fault zones, as well as huge water inflows were just a few of the challenges. ing. The soil types established by a GBR respond to different boring machine faces or shields, into which cutting or pressurized mechanisms are built. The Herrenknecht team notes that there are three different types of shield: open-face shields; earth pressure balance shields; and slurry shields. Each is best applied to specific ground conditions. Soft Ground First is soft ground, which contains a mixture of minerals and/or fractions of rock and/or organic materials without mineral cohesion. Generally unstable, cohesive loose soils have high silt or clay contents and a pulpy consistency. On this type of ground, the most effective boring method is an earth pressure balanced (EPB) shield. Through the application of water or foam, EPBs turn the face to be excavated into a pliable soil paste. The resulting paste creates balance, avoiding an uncontrolled rush of soil into the machine. Quick penetration of the soil with minimum settlement is the desired effect. Heterogeneous Ground Heterogeneous ground requires different treatment. Because of its alternating layers of loose soils and solid rock, or alternate and interlocking layers of cohesive and incohesive loose soils coupled with boulders (most commonly found in underwater locations), slurry supported tunneling methods are best. High-water permeability and instability respond best to a liquid medium or suspension or “slurry,” operating under a controlled pressure. Slurry machines are known as AVNs (an AVN is a microtunnelling machine type that bypasses digging when installing an underground pipe) or Mixshields. Generally, these types come with a cone-crushing shield for

A Robbins mega-sized slurry machine, measuring 44.8-ft. (13.7 m) in diameter, launched at an urban job site for the Hiroshima Expressway Line 5 project. The new Expressway Line 5 tunnel will directly connect Hiroshima’s urban area with a major national highway network and is expected to improve access to Hiroshima Airport.

cutter head. A further alternative for rock tunneling is a double shield TBM. Best suited for tunneling long distances, double shields combine the principles of both gripper and single At Mexico City’s Túnel Emisor Poniente II (TEP II), a Robbins Crossover (XRE) TBM shield TBMs. Double shields excel under has excavated at record-breaking speeds through varying geology — even breaking stable geological conditions. a national record of 62.33 ft. (57 m) in a single day. safety when working within pipe diameters of .43 yds. to 4.4 yds. (0.4 m to 4 m). AVN machines belong to the category of closed, full-face excavation machines. The excavated soil is removed using a cutter head adapted to the particular geology in which it’s set to operate. These machines are functional in almost every geological condition. Hard Rock Lastly, there is hard rock, which, according to Herrenknecht, is a mixture of minerals and/or fractions of rock with mineral cohesion. “Rock” is a largely generic description, and includes a wide variety of types such as soft formations to gneiss or granite, with hardness ratings up to 400 MPa (megapascal, a unit of pressure). Of course, hard rock TBMs are applicable. The ideal choice is a single shield TBM,

which functions well when tunneling through rock and other stable, non-groundwater-bearing soils. Single shield TBMs feature a rotating cutter head equipped with disc cutters able to penetrate 32 tons (29 t) per disc. The rolling movement of the discs allows for breaking chips from rock, while buckets near the cutter heads catch the fallout. Also useful for rock face tunneling is the gripper TBM. Gripper TBMs feature a rotating cutter head equipped with disc cutters, which operate at 32 tons of pressure per disc. Grippers are braced against the previously excavated tunnel using laterally extendible hydraulic cylinders. As a result, a Gripper can only be used in stable ground. As with the single shield TBM, the resulting offal is caught by buckets installed at the head of the

Various Conditions Finally, there are classic tunneling shields that function best in ground replete with various geologies. Known as the most challenging terrain in which to tunnel, classic shields are flexibly designed to be adapted to changing ground, and require only a brief conversion time. They also are lower in cost than double shields and grippers. Ultimately, all TBMs are incredible machines. And while it may be that we’ve grown used to the concept of mechanical achievement, TBMs are in a class of their own. Perhaps take a minute to consider as you drive through a tunnel; we’ve created a massive tool capable of digging through whatever underground condition the planet created. This is nothing short of remarkable. And the remarkable surrounds us.  CEG


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Hitachi Construction Machinery Joins Top Ranks of Wheel Loaders With ZW550-6 With the release of the ZW550-6 loader, Hitachi Construction Machinery Loader America Inc. (HCMA) has established a flagship machine worthy of the firm’s goal of delivering on the needs of America’s most demanding buyers of heavy equipment. The ZW550-6 makes a strong case for earthmoving contractors and quarry operators to include Hitachi on their “must see” list when they are looking for a big, dependable machine. Stepping Up for Heavy-Duty Applications The ZW550-6 leads off the new Dash-6 The ZW550-6 leads off the new Dash-6 series of Hitachi wheel loadseries of Hitachi wheel loaders. Weighing in ers. Weighing in at 104,000 lbs. (47,173 kg) and 512 hp, and equipped at 104,000 lbs. (47,173 kg) and 512 hp, and with an 8.2 or 9 cu. yd. (6.2 or 6.8 cu m) bucket, it’s a robust piece of equipped with an 8.2 or 9 cu. yd. (6.2 or 6.8 production machinery built for the heaviest applications. cu m) bucket, it’s a robust piece of production machinery built for the heaviest applications. With its faster duty cycles with more payload each time. Loading tasks are further simplified with the Hitachi’s standard Dual Z-Bar linkage, high tipping load, and high breakout force, Hitachi designers had clearly set their sights ZW-550-6 responsive lift/bucket prioritization. Its Parallel on tough rock handling as well as loading high volumes of Tilt & Lift movement smooths out digging operations while the tandem function prioritizes the bucket when dumping. soil and fill, according to the manufacturer. To meet the expectations of demanding buyers, Hitachi Then the automatic return-to-dig function resets the bucket steps up with a full suite of premium features for the ZW550- for the next load. 6, including joystick steering as standard along with smart Visibility technology such as traction control, ride control, auto powerHitachi claims the best cab visibility in the business for up, and an operator-friendly LCD color monitor. Hitachi’s “Global e-Service” telematics and ConSite reporting, now loader operators, with clean lines of sight in all directions, available in the wheel loader line-up, provides 24/7 remote according to the manufacturer. With standard joystick steermonitoring, daily maintenance and operational data plus ing, there’s no steering wheel to obstruct the operator’s view monthly performance reports. Dash-6 machines also take the of the work zone. Hitachi also opens up the view to the rear lead in Tier IV Final power, replacing DPF filters with clean by relocating the exhaust stack to the far end of the rear cowling. Sight lines are further enhanced by the ROPS design, SCR technology using a simple DEF system. with frame struts forward and away from the corners of the cab. A rear safety camera is standard equipment. Proximity A Solid Foundation The ZW550-6’s heavy duty box frame is built for the long detection provides audible and visual alerts for stationary haul in tough environments. The durable frame is matched and moving objects out to 20 ft. from the loader. with a low-mount lift arm that minimizes twisting on the Goodbye DPF — Hello SCR front frame, especially with uneven loading. The cooling By eliminating DPF and its attendant regen cycles from package is equally suited for long duty cycles in hot, dusty applications. 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WANTED (USA): HITACHI EX400LC-1 EXCAVATOR. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +923322489350 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR 950B WHEEL LOADER. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE:+923322489350 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS POWERHOUSE COMPACT TRACK LOADERS UNIT WITH ATTACHMENTS : BUCKET, AUGER, TRENCHER, TRAILER. EMAIL: TOOLMADAM@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): BROCE BROOM - ALL MODELS SWEEPER TRUCKS. LOOKING FOR LATE MODEL STREET SWEEPER WORK READY - PREFER STILL UNDER WARRANTY. EMAIL: BUCCIROCK@AOL.COM; PHONE: 215-518-6211 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): USED MINI MOTOR GRADER. DON'T NEED THE LASER SYSTEM. JUST THE MINI MOTOR GRADER. EMAIL: SFKF36@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): HITACHI EX400LCEXCAVATOR. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +92-346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 966F II, 950E AND 950B WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +92-346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LOOKING FOR HANIX DEALER TO SUPPLY NEW OR USED PARTS FOR HANIX N450 MINI GIANT. EMAIL: BANDIWILSON@SHAW.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 314C LCR EXCAVATOR - I NEED A 36" HEAVY DUTY BUCKET WITH SIDE CUTTERS FOR MY CAT 314CLCR EMAIL: LAKENORMANLLC@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 917-208-5574 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): KOMATSU PC138USLC-8 EXCAVATOR EMAIL: GCESMARKETING8@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 657-549-4062 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS. CAT 315, 320, 325, 330, 336 DL SERIES EXCAVATORS UNDER 9000 HOURS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET PHONE: 330-987-3508 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US); CATERPILLAR D10N CRAWLER DOZERS. WANT TO BUY «2« BULLDOZER D10N ENC CAB WITH RIPPER FROM CONTRACTORS ONLY USER UNADVERTISED NO JUNK EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (US): ALL MODEL CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS, SELF-LOADING BATCHING VEHCLE 4CUBIC METRES EMAIL: JATOICO@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923336758720 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): CATERPILLAR 330CL EXCAVATORS. WANTED TO BUY 5 UNITS CATERPILLAR 330CL NO MORE THAN 15000 HRS. PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MT): ALL MODELS ROL-AIR AIR COMPRESSORS EMAIL: BROWNSFAN43920@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CASE IH AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT. LOOKING FOR NEW AND USED EQUIPMENT MANUALS OPERATOR,PARTS AND SERVICE MANUALS FOR AGRICULTURE AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM PHONE: 530-864-0771 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JCB ALL MODELS PUMPS. TRANSMISSION CHARGER PUMPS FOR CATERPILLAR/CASE /JCB/FORKLIFT ... PARTS 6Y3864 20/900400 20/925552 EMAIL: TREFLENEGOCE@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +212661325283 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TEREX DIGGER DERRICK TRUCK. NEED A TRUCK CAPABLE OF DRILLING WITH A DOWN THE HOLE HAMMER ATTACHMENT FOR UTILITY POLE INSTALLATION IN ROCK/LEDGE. EMAIL: BOB.BRITTON@CHEROKEEDB.COM; PHONE: 860-747-8828 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 580K BACKHOE LOADER. LOOKING FOR CHEAP PARTS TRACTOR 580K CK OR EQUAL TO 1990 580K BACKHOE IN OR CLOSE TO SOUTHERN CALIF. EMAIL: HELIREDCAT@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 760-636-9709 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE MODEL 624K WHEEL LOADER. ANY 624 HIGH LIFT. EMAIL: LPQ@EMAIL.COM; PHONE: 802-897-7915 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JCB 270T SKID STEER LOADER NEED A VERSATILE SKID STEER ON TRACKS FOR THESE DIFFERENT USES PLUS ATTACHMENTS GRAPPLE BUCKET FOR TREE WORK, STUMP GRINDER. FOR EARTH AN MATERIAL MOVING AND LOADING INCLUDING ROCK, AND BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR DIGGING FOOTERS FOR RESIDENTIAL HOME BIULLDINGS AND SITE CLEAN UP AND PREP. FOR GRASS. PREFER USED. ALSO WILL NEED A DUMP TRAILER BIG ENOUGH TO HAUL THE SKIDSTEER. TRAILER CAN BE USED ALSO. EMAIL: HILLBRANNON9@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN CO): GENERAC GP8000 GENERATORS / GEN SETS / ENGINES. EMAIL: EIBERT@RTEBB.NET PHONE: 970-380-2651 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (IN USA): TAKEUCHI MODEL TB68S EXCAVATORS - LOOKING FOR BOTTOM ROLLERS MODEL TB-68S SERIAL NO 68003. EMAIL: TINBOX67@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: (707) 953-3040 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN CA): BOBCAT ALL MODELS SKID STEER LOADERS - LOOKING FOR AN OLDER MIDSIZED BOBCAT. DO NOT WANT TO PAY MORE THAN 20K. NEED BUCKET AND FORKS. EMAIL: PHLASHLITE2017@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): VOLVO MODEL L90E WHEEL LOADER - LOOKING FOR GP PIN ON BUCKET FOR VOLVO L90E. EMAIL: ALR_666@OUTLOOK.COM; PHONE: 757-291-7666 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN MI): KOMATSU ALL MODELS EXCAVATORS - PC50MR LOOKING FOR 36-48 IN DITCHING BUCKET 50MM PINS 7 7/8 BOSSES WIDTH. EMAIL: OSTRUCKING@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): CATERPILLAR MODEL 330D EXCAVATORS - WANTED: CAT 330D 54" BUCKET. EMAIL: FRANKLURCH@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 732-988-8814 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): LOOKING FOR A USED PIN-ON OR JRB-STYLE COUPLER BUCKET FOR DEERE 524K LOADER <=$4,000. EMAIL: JMEISNER@CLBOYD.COM PHONE: 405-590-3459 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): WE ARE LOOKING FOR A REPLACEMENT RADIATOR FOR OUR SCHRAMM AIR COMPRESSOR CIRCA 1965. IT IS A 125, MODEL COUH, SERIAL 115183. THE CORE DIMENSIONS ARE: 23" X 20" X 3". OUTLET DIAMETER IS 1-1/2" EMAIL: JAMESJNEVEINC@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 610-828-9869 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): VERMEER T455 TRACK TRENCHERS, ANY CONDITION! EMAIL: RDEAN@ROADSIDE.BIZ PHONE: 757-880-0851 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): WACKER NEUSON SAW BTS1035 ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING. EMAIL: SCOTHOWER90@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NC): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS. EROPS, AC, 5 TO 7000 HOURS, TIGHT JOB READY. EMAIL: KEITHBROOKS@IRONPEDDLERS.COM PHONE: 800-438-1933 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): LOOKING FOR ADD-ON COUNTERWEIGHT FOR A JOHN DEERE 27D. EMAIL: WAYNEO34@HOTMAIL.COM PHONE: 814-598-5907 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (IN USA): LOW HOUR 200-400 KW CATERPILLAR NATURAL GAS GENSET. EMAIL: MURPHREEWA@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): VOLVO A40 WATER TRUCK 8000 TO 10000 GAL. EMAIL: JERRYSPLACE@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 770-681-5269 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): ALL MODELS CONVENTIONAL TRACTOR TRUCKS. WHOLESALE TANDEM AXLE DAYCAB TRUCKS – MACK, FREIGHTLINER, KENWORTH OR PETERBILT. EMAIL: MARKETING@ERTRUCK.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): ALTEC AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT, MODEL DR160A. ROUND BALE UNROLLER. EMAIL: RED_WKS@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): DITCH WITCH MODEL JT20 BORING MACHINES. I'M LOOKING FOR DRILL STEM OR PARTS FOR 2020 POSSIBLY PARTS MACHINE. EMAIL: STRAIGHTUPTRIPPIN2014@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 360-324-2637 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN NY): DURA GRADE ALL MODELS ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING. I AM LOOKING FOR USED CONCRETE FORMS - 6 BAR (10X2). EMAIL: BEECHWOODCLOSE@ HOTMAIL.COM PHONE: 917-939-6407 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): VOLVO MODEL L90F WHEEL LOADER. EMAIL: IRON@ZADOON.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): BOMAG BC 772 RB COMPACTION EQUIPMENT. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A DRIVE MOTOR TO FIT A BOMAG BC772RB LANDFILL COMPACTOR. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE TO CHES TROWBRIDGE. THANK YOU. EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WA): VERMEER ALL MODELS DRILLS. LOOKING FOR ANY USED 24 40 DRILL ROD OR NEW ROD FOR A GOOD PRICE. ALSO DRILL MACHINES IN THE MID SIZE CATEGORY. EMAIL: NWDIRECTIONAL@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): GALION ALL MODELS ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING. WANTED GALION STATIC ROLLERS EMAIL JPICT@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (GA): JOHN DEERE 200 MODEL EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: EXCAVATOR WITH A THUMB AND WORKING A.C. GOOD UC AND HYDRAULICS AND NOT PRICED OVER $30,000. EMAIL:WWW.BITMCRAE64@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 972H WHEEL LOADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR IT IN ANY CONDITION. EMAIL: MINA@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 775-234-8837 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 140G MOTOR GRADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR ANY CONDITION (WORKING OR NON-WORKING) WITH A DIGITAL MONITOR OR ANALOG. EMAIL: MINA@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 775-234-8837 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): JOHN DEERE 850J CRAWLER DOZERS. COMMENTS: WE ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD USED JOHN DEERE 850J WINCH. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE TO CHES TROWBRIDGE. THANK YOU. EMAIL: CHES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 519-686-1123 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): CATERPILLAR ALL MODELS, EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: WANTED TO BUY CATERPILLAR 6030 FRONT SHOVEL. EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@ PACIFICCRANES.COM PHONE: 818-956-5231 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALLIS CHALMERS ALL MODELS CRAWLER DOZERS. COMMENTS: PARTS FOR 1945 CLETRAC BULLDOZER, MODEL FDE, ENGINE SIDE COVERS, BATTERY COVER, GENERATOR. EMAIL: ONLY1NAN@PTD.NET PHONE: 610-377-0372 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (ME): HITACHI EX135 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: JAXONEARTHWORKS@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 207-420-6664 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (GA): CATERPILLAR 420E BACKHOE LOADERS. I’M LOOKING UP A BACKHOE CAT 420E, PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE THIS MODEL IN A GOOD PRICE. EMAIL: KARLASA2795@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): KUBOTA U35-4 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: RGARCIA@MVKUBOTA.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR D8R CRAWLER DOZER. EROPS, WITH SINGLE SHANK RIPPER MAX 8000 HOURS. EMAIL: IRON@ZADOON.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): CATERPILLAR 320 CL EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: INFO@SAFARBROS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): KOMATSU D575A-2SD CRAWLER DOZERS. WE WANT TO BUY KOMATSU CRAWLER DOZER D575A-3,D575A-2, D475A-5EO, D375A-5EO. WE PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER. EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM; PHONE: 818-956-5231 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944

• Houston, TX Wed., April 17, 2019 For: Very Late Model Construction Equipment Rental Fleet • North Attleboro (Boston), MA Thurs., April 18, 2019 For: Very Large Late Model Snow & Construction Equipment & more • Waukesha, WI Wed., April 24, 2019 For: Paving & General Contractor Retirement Auction • Buffalo, NY Thurs., April 25, 2019 For: Retirement Auction: Aggregate, Concrete, Construction & more • Johnstown (Albany), NY Fri., April 26, 2019 For: Inventory Reduction Auction • Aguascalientes, Mexico Fri., April 26, 2019 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Parkersburg, WV Sat., April 27, 2019 For: Vintage Collectible Autos & Accessories Retirement Auction • Montreal, Canada Tues., April 30, 2019 For: Late Model Rental Returns • Dansville, NY Sat., May 4, 2019 For: Large Municipal Auction • Canastota, NY Sun., May 5, 2019 For: Annual Lawn & Garden Auction • Pawlet, VT Wed., May 8, 2019 For: Retirement Construction Equipment Auction & more • Detroit, MI Thurs., May 9, 2019 For: Late Model Aggregate, Construction Equipment & more • Sacramento, CA May 10 - 11, 2019 For: Very Late & Great Model Construction Equipment & more

• Boston, MA Sat., June 1, 2019 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Las Vegas, NV Sat., June 8, 2019 For: Very Late Model Rental Construction Equipment Auction • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., June 15, 2019 For: Large Rental Fleet Equipment Auction • Albany, NY Sat., September 7, 2019 For: Very Large Late Model Job Completion Auction

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Houston, TX April 16 - 17, 2019 • Las Vegas, NV April 26, 2019 • North Franklin, CT April 30, 2019 • Lincoln, NE May 1, 2019 • Williston, ND May 3, 2019 • Pittsburgh, PA May 7, 2019 • Denver, CO May 8, 2019 • Tipton, CA May 14, 2019 • Fort Worth, TX May 14 - 15, 2019 • Phoenix, AZ May 17, 2019 • Casper, WY May 21, 2019 • Orlando, FL May 22, 2019 • Lexington, KY May 29, 2019 • Chehalis, WA June 4, 2019 • Bozeman, MT June 6, 2019

• Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed., May 15, 2019 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more

BIDADOO AUCTIONS

• New Haven, CT May 17 - 18, 2019 For: Major 2-Day Job Completion

• ONLINE ONLY April 18, 2019

www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO

• Syracuse, NY Sun., May 19, 2019 For: Large Equipment Shop, Support Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY April 25, 2019

• Orlando, FL Tues., May 21, 2019 For: Large Rental Return Auction

• ONLINE ONLY May 9, 2019

• Toronto (Ontario), Canada Sat., May 25, 2019 For: Major Late Model Rental Return Auction

• ONLINE ONLY May 2, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY May 16, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY May 23, 2019

• Portland, ME Thurs., May 30, 2019 For: Large Ag & Construction Equipment Auction

BIG IRON

• Parkersburg, WV Fri., May 31, 2019 For: Very Special Sale. Late Model Construction Equipment & more

• ONLINE ONLY April 17, 2019

www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

• ONLINE ONLY April 24, 2019

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com • ONLINE ONLY May 1, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY May 8, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY May 15, 2019

BUNCH BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS

www.bunchbrothers.com 270-376-2992 • Louisville, KY April 23 - 24, 2019 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC.

www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Laporte, IN Tues., April 23, 2019 For: Absolute Equipment Auction

DOWNS AUCTION COMPANY downsauctionco.com 603-662-2678

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 2, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks, Material, Tools & more!

FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739

• Coldwater, MI Wed., April 24, 2019 For: Earthmoving & Excavating Equipment

• Tunkhannock (Scranton), PA Thurs., May 16, 2019 For: Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation

I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

• Foley, MN Sat., April 27, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Foley, MN Fri., June 7, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

IRON BOUND AUCTIONS www.ironboundauctions.com 432-209-5112

• Seminole, TX May 21 - 22, 2019 For: Two Day Equipment Auction

J. STOUT AUCTIONS www.jstoutauction.com 888-230-8840

• Spokane, WA Wed., May 8, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Commercial Truck Auction • Portland, OR Wed., June 5, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Commercial Truck Auction

JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS

• ONLINE ONLY April 15 - 22, 2019 For: Ken Porter Monthly Timed Auction

• Palmyra, NY Sat., May 11, 2019 For: 34th Annual Palmyra Government Surplus Auction

• Riverside, CA Sat., April 20, 2019 For: Ken Porter Monthly Consignment Auction

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC

McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY

www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., May 14, 2019 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

NITKE AUCTION CENTER

• ONLINE ONLY April 8 - 17, 2019 For: Scheiber Farm Retirement Auction

(A Hanson Auction Group Company)

www.nitkeauctions.com 715-693-4447

• Wausau, WI April 26 - 27, 2019 For: 54th Annual Wisconsin Contractor’s Auction

MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS

• Jacksonville, NC Tues., May 14, 2019 For: Construction Equipment & Truck Auction

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., April 17, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction

• Kenmore, WA Sat., June 8, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Contractors Equipment & Vehicles

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., April 24, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction

JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., April 25, 2019 For: Construction Equipment

• Livingston, LA May 1 - 3, 2019 For: Late Spring Contractor’s Auction

• Brooklyn, MS May 9 - 11, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks & Ag

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs, May 2, 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

HESS AUCTIONEERS

• Columbia, SC May 15 - 16, 2019 For: Two Day Public Auction

• Marietta, PA Fri., June 14, 2019 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

• Wills Point, TX Thurs., May 23, 2019 For: Inaugural East TX Construction & Transportation Public Auction

www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252

www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

• Tamaqua, PA Fri., April 26, 2019 For: Absolute Auction • Flemington, NJ Thurs., May 2, 2019 For: Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation

www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200

May 9 - 11, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks & Ag

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 1, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., April 25, 2019 For: Construction Equipment • Lebanon, TN Sat., June 8, 2019 For: Construction Equipment

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS

RTI AUCTIONS

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., April 18, 2019 For: JJ Kane Exchange Timed Auction

• Geneseo, NY Sat., April 27, 2019 For: New York’s Favorite 2019 Auction

www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163

• New Haven, CT Sat., June 1, 2019 For: Complete Liquidation Abcon Abatement.

STEFFES GROUP INC.

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs, April 18, 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

HENDERSON AUCTIONS

• Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 4, 2019 For: 10th Annual Spring Sale

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., June 11, 2019 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008

• Toledo, OH Thurs., May 2, 2019 For: Earthmoving, Construction Equipment & more

www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506

www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173

• ONLINE ONLY April 19 - 24, 2019 For: Steffes Online Auction • ONLINE ONLY May 10 - 20, 2019 For: Sletten Excavating Excess Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY May 14 - 21, 2019 For: Steffes Construction Consignment Auction

VANTAGE AUCTIONS

www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., June 8, 2019 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY

www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., June 8, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760 • Perris, CA Fri., April 19, 2019 For: WCA Auctions

WSM AUCTIONEERS

www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., May 11, 2019 For: Live Public Auction

YODER & FREY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS

www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL Thurs., May 23, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Findlay, OH (New Site) Thurs., June 6, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction


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Gary Bennett to Lead Ritchie Bros.’ Leake Auction Company Gary Bennett began buying and selling collectible automobiles in 1971 with the Leake Auction Company, founded by James C. Leake Sr. seven years earlier. After decades in the industry, including 17 as vice president of Barrett-Jackson auctions, Bennett has returned to lead where he began. “I am so excited to be back in my hometown of Tulsa, leading Leake Auction Company into the next stage of its history as a pioneer in the collector car industry,” said Gary Bennett, general manager, new ventures and sectors (collector cars) of Ritchie Gary Bennett Bros. “Tulsa is a special place and Leake is a special company and with the strength of Ritchie Bros. as our owner, we expect to accomplish some amazing things here in Oklahoma and around the country. We aren’t resting on our laurels. Our next auction in Tulsa in June should not be missed.” While at Barrett-Jackson, Bennett oversaw the consignment, bidder, guest services and insurance divisions. He expanded the company from annual events to quarterly events, as well as implementing strategic campaigns to increase attendance at its auctions. Now at Leake, Bennett plans to expand the company’s auctions to Florida and Arizona, as well as online-only auctions through Ritchie Bros.’ online brand IronPlanet.com. The company’s next three day auction will be held at Tulsa’s River Spirit Expo on June 6 to 8. “We had more than 700 vehicles on the auction block in Tulsa last June,” said Bennett. “We encourage interested sellers to contact us early to make sure they get a chance to sell in this auction. The earlier you consign the more time we have to market your vehicle to the world.” For more information about the upcoming Tulsa auction, becoming a registered bidder or consigning a vehicle, call 918/254-7077 or visit LeakeCar.com. Admission is $20 for adults; $15 for seniors; $7 for children under 12; and free for military with ID. Online bidding in the auction will be available via IronPlanet.com. About Leake Auction Company Leake Auction Company was established by James C. Leake Sr. and is America’s first collector car auction. Currently Leake conducts auctions in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Dallas. In January 2018, Leake was acquired by Ritchie Bros. 

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Wednesday, April 24: WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN: 99% Rental Return Auction. HIGHLIGHTS: Construction Equipment, Retirement Auction. Major Paving & General Contractor. HIGHForklifts, Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Support, Trucks, Trailers, Tagalongs LIGHTS: Late Model Pavers, Asphalt Rollers, Motor Graders, Skid and more. Steers, Hydraulic Excavators, Rubber Tired Loaders, Dump Trucks, Truck 20. Saturday, May 25: TORONTO (Ontario), CANADA: Major, Tractors, All Types of Equipment & Dump Trailers, Utility Trucks, Major Late Model Rental Return Auction. Equipment Primarily from Pickups, Various Attachments, Large Qunatity Shop Equipment. one of the Premier Rental Companies of North America. 4. Thursday, April 25: BUFFALO, NEW YORK: Retirement 21. Thursday, May 30: PORTLAND, MAINE: Large Aggregate & Auction. Complete Liquidation. Large Aggregate, Concrete Plants, Construction Equipment Auction. Crushers, Screening Plants, Radial Construction Equipment, Cement Mixer Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Stackers, Conveyors All Types of Late Model Construction Equipment, Support Equipment. Large Quantity Support. 5. Friday, April 26: JOHNSTOWN (Albany), NEW YORK: 22. Friday, May 31: PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA: Very Inventory Reduction Auction. 150 Late Model School Buses, Quantity of Special Sale. Late, Late Model Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Construction Sprinter Vans, Commercial Shuttles. Very High Quality. Equipment, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Service Trucks, 6. Friday, April 26: AGUASCALIENTES, MEXICO: Late Model Pickups, Attachments (The Best). Cat, Case, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, 23. Saturday, June 1: BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS: Late Model Trucks and Trailers, Support, Attachments. Cat, John Deere Construction Equipment, Large Quantity Various Types 7. Saturday, April 27: PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA: of Trucks, Trailers, Attachments and More. Retirement Auction. 100+ Vintage, Collectible Autos and Accessories. A 24. Saturday, June 8: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Very Late Model Very Good Collection. Rental Construction Equipment Auction. Trucks, Trailers, Large 8. Tuesday, April 30: MONTREAL, CANADA: Late Model Rental Quantity Booms, Scissor Lifts, Telescopic Forklifts, Hydraulic Returns of Construction, Utility Compact Equipment, Attachments, Excavators, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments & Trucks, Trailers, Support. Support Equipment. 9. Saturday, May 4: DANSVILLE, NEW YORK: Large Municipal 25. Saturday, June 15: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: Large Auction of Super Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerials, Utility Rental Fleet Equipment Auction. Very Late Model Construction Equipment, Support, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. HIGHLIGHTS: Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Air Compressors, Welders, Cat, John Deere, Case. Generators, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Water & Service Trucks, Pickups, SUVs, All Types of Equipment Trailers, Attachments and 10. Sunday, May 5: CANASTOTA, NEW YORK: Annual Lawn & Support. Garden Auction. Compact Tractor, Tractor Loaders, Light Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support Equipment. 26. Saturday, September 7: ALBANY, NEW YORK: Very Large Late Model Job Completion Auction. Cat, Komatsu Earthmoving and 11. Wednesday, May 8: PAWLET, VERMONT: Retirement Auction. Highway Equipment, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Service Trucks, Complete Liquidation. (30 years in business) Construction Equipment, Pickups, Various Trailers, Support & Accessories. Primarily Cat, Aggregate Equipment, Concrete Batch Plants, Concrete Trucks, Dumps, Utility, Pickup Trucks, Equipment and Dump Trailers, 27. DTBA: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: 2 Auctions in 1 Day. Retirement Tagalongs, Large Amount of Good Support Equipment. Auction & Bankruptcy Auction. HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Tow 12.

Thursday, May 9: DETROIT MICHIGAN: Late Model Aggregate, Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks, Trailers, Support Equipment.

Trucks & Towing Equipment, Asphalt Equipment, All Types of Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks.

13-14. Friday, May 10, Saturday May 11: SACRAMENTO, 28. DTBA: CLEVELAND, OHIO: Construction, Aggregate, CALIFORNIA: 2-Day Auction. Very Late & Great Model Construction Recycling Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Large Quantity Support and Equipment, Aerials, Trucks, Trailers, Plus Large Amount of Municipal Attachments. Equipment and Vehicles Including Dump Trucks, Water Trucks, Truck 29. DTBA: MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Rental Tractors, Pickups, SUVs, Cars, Trailers. Acquisition Auction of Late Model Rental Fleet Utility Equipment, 15. Wednesday, May 15: DALLAS (Ft. Worth), TEXAS: Late Model Support, Attachments. John Deere, Cat, Komatsu, Case Rental Fleet Construction & Utility 30. DTBA: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Equipment, Aerials Trucks & Trailers. PART 2: Large Job Completion Equipment Trailers, Attachments & Support. Project Primarily John Deere and Cat Construction Equipment.

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Bobcat, Montabert Reach Deal on Distribution Rights

Absolute Auction By Order of Secured Creditor Fri., April 26, 2019 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10:30AM Tamaqua, Pennsylvania (Pottsville Area) Crawler Screening Plant: `12 TEREX-FINLAY 693 + Supertrak, s/n TRX00693JDGC54945, Cat C4.4 diesel engine and hydraulic drive, equipped with hydraulic vibrating 11â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? x 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; dump hopper with grizzly, 48' screen feed conveyor, (2) 30" side discharge conveyors, 20'x5' 2-deck vibratory screen, 48" front discharge conveyor, umbilical remote control, and 20" TBG pads. In good condition with good undercarriage. (Meter Reads 3,025 Hours) Articulated End Dump: `06 KOMATSU HM400-2, 40 Ton, 6x6, s/n 2014, Komatsu SA6D140E-5, 6 cylinder diesel engine and powershift transmission, equipped with heated dump body with bed liner, supplemental steering, brake retarder, enclosed ROPS cab with light package, companion seat, and air conditioning, power driver side window, and 29.5R25 tires. In good condition with good tires. (Meter Reads 12,337 Hours) Crawler Tractor: `08 KOMATSU D275AX-5EO, s/n 30107, powered by Komatsu SAA6D140E5 diesel engine and powershift transmission, equipped with semi-U blade with tilt, Komatsu Model 4DD06-F, 4-Barrel, single shank ripper, s/n 30207, with hydraulic pin puller, joystick controls, ROPS over enclosed cab with light package and air conditioning, 3rd valve, AM/FM radio, and 28" SBG pads. In good condition with good undercarriage. (Meter Reads 8,105 Hours) (2,500 Hours on New Undercarriage) Hydraulic Excavator: `04 KOMATSU PC1250-7, s/n 20137, powered by Komatsu 6 cylinder diesel engine and hydraulic drive, equipped with 11'2" dipper stick, 96" digging bucket, enclosed ROPS cab with light package and air conditioning, and 27.5" self-cleaning DBG pads. In good condition with good undercarriage. (Meter Reads 24,044 Hours)

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PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019 • 8:00 AM • WINDSOR LOCKS, CT

Northern Connecticut’s Largest Industrial Auction Company SPECIALIZING IN ALL TYPES OF EARTHMOVING AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT, FLEET VEHICLES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, AERIAL AND MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT, LANDCARE AND FARM EQUIPMENT SALES

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55 KING SPRING RD. WINDSOR LOCKS, CT 06096 Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Thurs., May 2, 2019 – 9:00AM Flemington, New Jersey Asphalt Milling Machine: `14 ROADTEC RX-600E-4, s/n 2077 (1,749 Hours) (Balance of Cummins Engine Warranty Remaining) Asphalt Pavers and Road Widener Attachment: `16 ROADTEC RP-195E, s/n 4031, 10’-19’ screed (590 Hours) (Balance of Cummins Engine Warranty) • `16 WEILER P385, s/n P385B-2050, 8’-16’ screed (869 Hours) • `06 INGERSOLL RAND PF-4410, s/n 188762, 8’-16’ screed (02,967 Hours) • `94 MIDLAND SA Road Widener Attachment, s/n 213 Asphalt Rollers: `17 CAT CB64B, s/n C5600384 (374 Hours) • `16 CAT CB34B, s/n XB400284 (723 Hours) • `16 CAT CB24B, s/n 2X400514 (465 Hours) • `16 CAT CB14B, s/n 47301133 (592 Hours) Hydraulic Excavators and Attachments: `17 MECALAC 8MCR Skid Excavator, s/n KH0131327 (125 Hours) (Balance of Manufacturer Warranty Remaining) • `97 JOHN DEERE 270LC, s/n 70012 • 5-Tine Grapple, with quick coupler (Fits JD 270) • 18” Digging Bucket Tractor Loader Extend-A-Hoes and Road Maintainer: `13 CASE 580 Super N, 4x4, s/n PDC585352 • `07 CASE 580 Super M, Series II, 4x4, s/n N6C412982 • `87 HUBER M-850-A Maintainer, s/n M-652, diesel Skid Steer Loader and Attachments: `14 CAT 289D Crawler, s/n TAW00825 (1,539 Hours) • ATTACHMENTS: `16 CAT PC310B, 40” Cold Planer, s/n LZP00680 • `07 FCC 76” Soil Preparator • JD TR48B, 48" Trencher • BOBCAT 15 Auger • 84” Hydraulic Sweeper • 8’ Snowplow • 48” Forks • BOBCAT Hydraulic Tilt-Tatch Bucket Coupler • PROTECH 12’ Snow Pusher PLUS MUCH MORE! Truck Tractor and Lowboy • Dump, Rollback, and Flatbed Trucks • Portable Drum Chipper, Straw Blower, Trench Compactor, and Air Compressor • Tack Truck and Water Trucks • Utility Trucks, Box Truck, and Pickups • Tag-Along, Gooseneck, and Asphalt Trailers • Forklift & Contractor Tools • Survey Instruments

Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Complete Descriptive Brochure!

www.Hunyady.com PA Auction License No: AY000281 While information is believed to be accurate, all items will be sold “As-Is, Where-Is” without guarantee or warranty. A physical inspection is suggested.


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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Three-Day Auction in Atlantic City

Alex Lyon & Son held a three-day auction from April 4 to 6, 2019, at the Atlantic City Race Track in Atlantic City, N.J.

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lex Lyon & Son held a three-day auction from April 4 to 6, 2019, at the Atlantic City Race Track in Atlantic City, N.J. The late-model rental fleet sale featured equipment from Herc Rentals and Ahern

Rentals. Equipment that went on the block included nearly 60 hydraulic excavators, 22 rubber-tired loaders, 25 vibratory rollers, 28 backhoes, 11 telescopic forklifts, 48 boom lifts, 18 compact track loaders and a wide range of attachments and supplies.  CEG Bidders looking for lifts were not disappointed at attending the Alex Lyon Atlantic

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Gerald J. Wilcox, president of Wilcox Excavating Construction Company, made the trip from South Windsor, Conn., to the Alex Lyon sale in Atlantic City.

John Holt, sales representative of Global Packaging in Oaks, Pa., enjoys the spring day at the Alex Lyon & Son auction in Atlantic City.

City auction.

Tim Crudop (L) looks for deals on equipment with Alonzo Bivins, owner of Trinity Tree Experts in Toms River, N.J.

A good selection of Caterpillar excavators went on the block.

Approximately 30 backhoes went to the highest bidder during the three-day auction.

Don Purdy (L), owner of Purdy Collision, Galloway, N.J., is ready to check out the wide array of equipment offerings with his friend, Dominic Messina.


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Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Charles H. Corby & Sons Excavating, Inc. Thurs., May 16, 2019 – 9:00AM Tunkhannock, PA (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Area)

Late-Model Machines on Block at Alex Lyon & Son’s AC Sale LYON from page 126

Excavators: `08 CAT M316D Rubber Tired • `99 CAT 345BL • `96 KOMATSU PC228UU-1 • `06 CASE CX210 • `03 CASE CX210 • `15 TAKEUCHI TM290CR • `12 TAKEUCHI TB180FR • `05 TAKEUCHI TB145 • `95 CASE 9030B • ROCKRAM 778EXP Hydraulic Hammer Crawler Tractors and Rubber Tired Loaders: `04 CAT D6N XL • `06 JOHN DEERE 550J LGP • `88 JOHN DEERE 650G • `79 CAT D8K • `07 CAT 924H • `73 CAT 980B Tractor Loader Backhoes: `07 CAT 430E IT 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe • `98 JOHN DEERE 310SE, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe • `85 JOHN DEERE 710B Skid Steer Loaders: `08 CAT 287E Crawler • `03 CAT 277 Crawler • `98 CASE 90XT Articulated End Dumps: `99 CAT D400E, 40 Ton, 6x6 • `98 TEREX 4066C, 40 Ton, 6x6 Tri-Axle Dump Trucks: `09 PETERBILT 367 • `05 FREIGHTLINER FLD120 • `99 MACK RD688S • `92 MACK RD688S • `89 MACK RD690S • `88 CHEVY Kodiak T/A • `05 CHEVY C4500 S/A Truck Tractors and Lowboy Trailers: `02 INTERNATIONAL 9900iX Eagle Tri-Axle • `91 MACK RW613 Superliner T/A • `03 TALBERT 51 Ton Tri-Axle • `89 TRAILKING 35 Ton T/A PLUS MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST: Vibratory Compactors • Motor Grader and Scrapers Concrete Curb Machine and Portable Screen • Asphalt Paver and Rollers • Portable Hydroseeder and Straw Blower • Dump and Flatbed Trailers • Fuel/Lube and Water Trucks • Utility and Pickup Trucks • 5th Wheel, Utility, and Tag-A-Long Trailers • Equipment Attachments • Forklift • Air Compressor • Tag-A-Long Trailers • Walk Behind Concrete Saw and Equipment • Fuel/Lube Stations • Storage Containers and Office Trailers • Trench Boxes and Road Plate • Contractors Tools and Equipment

A selection of mini-excavators was available during the sale.

Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Complete Descriptive Brochure!

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34TH ANNUAL PALMYRA GOVERNMENT SURPLUS AUCTION

Saturday, May 11th at 9:00am • Live with Online Bidding Town of Palmyra Highway Department, 131 Kent Street, Palmyra NY NOTICE – All equipment being sold comes from a municipality! Over 100 ŵƵŶŝĐŝƉĂůŝƟĞƐƐĞůůŝŶŐŝŶŽŶĞůŽĐĂƟŽŶ͘ (15) Wheel Loaders, Dozers and Backhoes (10) Skid Steer Loaders, Rollers and Excavators (30) Tandem and Single axle trucks and trailers (100) One Tons, Pickups, and Cars (40) Tractors, Mowers, Landscape (200) Miscellaneous

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Nearly 10 dozers were available to the highest bidder.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ACTIVE HEAVY DUTY COOLING ..........................47

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ......................31

NORRIS SALES CO INC ..........................................6

ADVANCE TIRE ......................................................89

ESCO CORP ..................................................104,105

NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ....................85

AIM ATTACHMENTS ................................................91

FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC ................................29

NORTHEAST SWEEPERS & RENTALS INC ........47

ALEX LYON & SON INC

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ................................28

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..............70

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ............................119

FOLEY INC ................................................................2

BUFFALO NY 4/25

FRALEY CONSTRUCTION MARKETING ..............47

JOHNSTOWN NY 4/26 ..................................121

GEHL ........................................................................83

WILLIAMSTOWN WV 4/27

GEORGE & SWEDE SALES & SERVICE ..............32

MONTREAL 4/30 ..........................................123

GOMACO CORP......................................................56

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ................................106

DANSVILLE NY 5/4

H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC............................15

PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC..........................5

CANASTOTA NY 5/5......................................125

HARTER EQUIPMENT INC ....................................19

PRECISION COMPANIES ......................................28

PAWLET VT 5/8

HELAC INC ..............................................................85

RANSOME ATTACHMENTS ....................................91

PONTIAC MI 5/9 ............................................127

HITACHI EXCAVATOR ........................................94,95

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

KISSIMMEE FL 5/21

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ..................................12

UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION ..............132

LEWISTON ME 5/30 ......................................129

HRT/HUDSON RIVER TRACTOR ..........................89

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY ........114

ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..................23

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

OKADA AMERICA INC ............................................87 OPDYKE INC............................................................36 PERKINS ENGINES COMPANY LIMITED ..............35

ROADTEC INC ........................................................61

ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ............................7

TAMAQUA PA 04/26 ......................................122

AMERICAN EQUIPMENT LLC ................................28

FLEMINGTON NJ 05/02 ................................124

ATI CORPORATION ................................................85

TUNKHANNOCK PA 05/16 ............................128

BAGELA USA ..........................................................52

HYDREMA US INC ..................................................46

GENESEO NY 04/27 ....................................122

BARGAINS ............................................................115

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....110,111

PALMYRA NY 05/11 ......................................128

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ................................18

ICUEE - ASSOC OF EQUIPMENT MFRS ..............39

SAKAI AMERICA INC ..............................................65

BELL TRUCKS AMERICA INC ..............................101

J D EQUIPMENT......................................................40

SALES AUCTION COMPANY LLC

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ........................................22

JCB INC ..............................................................72,73

WINDSOR LOCKS CT 5/04 ..........................124

BOBCAT COMPANY ................................................71

JESCO ........................................................................3

SHORQUIP SUPPLY INC ........................................21

BOMAG AMERICAS INC ........................................64

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ............................................60

SILVI CONCRETE ....................................................30

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO ........40

JOHN DEERE ..........................................................50

CARLSON PAVING PRODUCTS INC ....................54

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER....................................77

CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................44

KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........43

CEG WANTED........................................................117

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................93

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................116

KOMATSU NORTHEAST........................................8,9

THUNDER CREEK ..................................................34

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ....26,27

KUBOTA ENGINE AMERICA CORPORATION ......45

TOMCON INDUSTRIES INC ..................................30

COMPANY WRENCH ..............................................35

KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ..........................................113

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC..........................13

CONEXPO................................................................49

KUBOTA SVL............................................................75

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ........................25

CONNECT WORK TOOLS ......................................91

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ....................109

TRENCHTECH ........................................................41

ROSCO MANUFACTURING....................................53 ROY TEITSWORTH INC

SOOSAN ..................................................................14 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ..........................11 TAKEUCHI ................................................................79

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........68,120

LEEBOY ..................................................................55

VOLVO COMPACTION ............................................57

DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................28

LINK-BELT EXCAVATORS..................................98,99

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA......66,67

DITCH WITCH EQUIPMENT CO ............................92

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ........107

DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ............................89

MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS..............................63

DOOSAN ..................................................................37

MESSICK’S ..............................................................20

DOWNS AUCTION COMPANY

METSO MINERALS SCREENING..................102,103

WACKER NEUSON ............................................80,81 WEACO ....................................................................20 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ............................22

WINDHAM ME 05/02 ....................................124

MIKE ZYNDORF LLC ..............................................14

WIRTGEN AMERICA ..........................................58,59

DUAL DOZER - HITCHDOC ....................................91

MILTON CAT ............................................................20

WOODS CRW CORP ..............................................17

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..............131

MUNICIBID.COM....................................................122

YANMAR AMERICA CORP......................................97

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ....................................36,56

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ....................................87

YOUR NORTHEAST SITECH DEALERS................33

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