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Poet T.S. Eliot said that April was the cruelest month, but for members of the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT), April will mark the satisfying end of a muchneeded and much-appreciated four-year highway project. In September 2006, ConnDOT Commissioner Ralph J. Carpenter announced the start of the reconstruction and widening of U.S. Route 7 from Wolfpit Road to Olmstead Hill Road in the town of Wilton. The construction kicked off a series of major highway capitol projects estimated at a total cost of $140 million An average of 25 men worked primarily during the day, with occasional night for the reconstruction and work. widening of U.S. Route 7 in work designed to improve overall traffic operations and from the cities of Danbury to Norwalk, Conn. The contract was awarded on Aug. 11, 2006, to Tilcon safety, according to ConnDOT. Tilcon Connecticut Inc. soon brought in a slew of subConnecticut Inc. of New Britain, Conn., at a contract value of $35,030,663. It was originally scheduled for completion contractors for the four-year span of work projects (see sidein December 2009, but some right-of-way issues put things bar for a complete list), which included the reconstruction back four months to April. Final estimates of the highway and widening of 3 mi. (4.8 km) of Route 7 from Wolfpit work fall in the $42 million range, with some 80 percent of Road to Olmstead Hill Road, by: • Widening the highway from two lanes to four lanes that money being federal and 20 percent state funded. • Providing left turn lanes at key intersections • Improvements to two intersecting state roads and 17 The First Work Work began on Danbury Road (U.S. 7, 7/33/106) and on local roads • Installing 11 new traffic signals and replacing five existRoute 33, Ridgefield Road, in 2006. Utility relocations that had been ongoing for three years ing signals • Plantings and wetland creation area prior continued to supplement and facilitate the construction Four bridges also were rehabilitated, the center of the activities for the widening and reconstruction of Route 7. Dewberry Goodkind of New Haven, Conn., designed the work, including: new highway work and Sept. 13, 2006, saw a promising start see TILCON page 4


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AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT – SCREEN 2007 CEC BOX IT 710, S/N 07373, DEUTZ ENG, 3" PLATE, 3/4 X 4" LOWERS, STK# 18884 ..................................................................................................................................$$55,000 CRAWLER LOADER 2000 LIEBHERR LR622 LITRONIC, S/N 2272, C/AIR, 2.0 YD PIN ON BUCKET, LIEBHERR ENG, 20" PADS, NEWER CHAINS AND SPROCKETS, STK# 19580 ..........................$$55,000 DOZER – CRAWLER 1986 CAT D6H, C/AIR, 22” PADS, U/C @50%, GOOD RUNNER, READY FOR WORK, STK# 19765........................................................................................................................$$55,000 2002 DEERE 450H, C/AIR, SERVICED, U/C @ 60%, CLEAN MACHINE, STK# 19248 ............ ..................................................................................................................................$$46,500 2000 DEERE 650H LT, C/AIR, NEW U/C, FULL 2000 HR SVC DONE, BLADE UPDATE, ONLY 2000 HRS, ONE OWNER, STK# 19656 ....................................................................$$62,750 2007 DEERE 650J, XLT, C/AIR, 105" BLADE, RADIO, 200 HOURS, STK# 19537 ....$$96,500 2003 DEERE 700H, XLT PACKAGE, C/AIR, BLADE RESKINNED, NEW EDGE, STK# 19451 .... ..................................................................................................................................$$73,500 2005 DEERE 750J, S/N TO750JX110563, C/AIR, PAT BLADE, RECENT SERVICE, CLEAN MACHINE, STK# 19345 ..........................................................................................$$131,500 1987 DRESSER TD8E, IH ENGINE, 6 WAY BLADE, 2000 HR SERVICE COMPLETED, STK# 20040........................................................................................................................$$17,500

EXCAVATOR – CRAWLER 2006 CAT 330DL, S/N B6H00233, 1,190 HRS, C/AIR, HYD COUPLER, H/HYDS, 54" BUCKET, PATTERN CHANGE VALVE, U/C 80%, SERVICED, STK# 19584 ........................$$235,000 1997 DEERE 160 LC, C/HEAT, 36” PIN ON BUCKET, PRE OWNED CONTRACTOR MACHINE, GOOD CONDITION, STK# 19889 ..............................................................................$$35,000 2000 DEERE 410E, C/HEAT, 4X4, EXT HOE, H/HYDS, NEW FRONT RUBBER, LOW HOURS, STK# 20071 ..............................................................................................................$$30,500 1998 DEERE 450 LC, C/AIR, H/HYDS, 54" BUCKET, 70% U/C, GOOD CONDITION, STK# 19296......................................................................................................................$$110,000 2005 DEERE 450C LC, 54" BUCKET, JRB CPLR, H/HYDS, A/C, CAB SCREENS, VERY GOOD CONDITION, STK# 19142........................................................................................$$215,000 2000 HITACHI EX330-5, C/AIR, JRB HYD COUPLER, H/HYDS, 54" BUCKET, NEW PAINT, U/C @ 50%, STK# 19326..........................................................................................$$65,000 2004 HITACHI ZX160 LC, C/AIR, 42” BUCKET, MECHANICAL THUMB, LOW HOURS, STK# 19480........................................................................................................................$$75,000 GRADER DEERE 570 GRADER, C/HEAT, 12’ MOLDBOARD, FULLY SERVICED, CLEAN AND DRY MACHINE, STK# 19981 ............................................................................................$$21,500 ROLLER 2007 HAMM 3205, OROPS, 350 HOURS, STK# 20049............................................$$40,750

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Major Drainage Issues Impact Widening Work Along Route 7 TILCON from page 1

• Bridge No. 941 — Route 33 over Metro-North and the Norwalk River • Bridge No. 5260 — Route 7 over Metro-North Railroad • Bridge No. 532 — Route 7 over the Norwalk River • Bridge No. 5477 — Route 7 over the Goetzen Brook In addition, five retaining walls were erected: • Wall 101 South, replacing the existing Baptist Church retaining wall

• Wall No. 102, constructing a retaining wall at the intersection of Route 7/33 • Wall No. 103, a wall constructed at Station Access Road and Commonfund Drive • Wall No. 104, a retaining wall built at Route 7 and the Perry Green property • Wall No. 101 North, a new wall put up in front of property at 463 Danbury Road

Bridge No. 532, one of four bridges constructed during the project, is located on Route 7 over the Norwalk River.

for the roadways and bridges with 450,000 lbs. (204,116 kg) of rebar. Some 100,000 cu. yds. (76,455 cu m) of earth and raw materials will have been removed from the 3 mi. site. According to several ConnDOT officials, including District Engineer Mark D. Rolfe, “An average of 25 men per shift, with the work being done in one shift,” worked primarily during the day, with occasional night work that was required to establish stage construction work zones, paving and “other miscellaneous work that required work to be done in the existing roadway.”

Stage by Stage The work, of course, per most DOT projects, was done in stages. Some Delays The first stage included: Commuters in the Norwalk area were used to seeing • Drainage outlets construction delays over the road since 2006. According to Rolfe and his • Pavement widening and stage construction, fellow engineers, “The existing road was two lanes wide, allowing the new roadway and other structures to be construction in three main stages. • Final pavement courses, pavement markings, traffic signals and signing, to complete the project this March/April. The final completion date is scheduled for April 23, 2010. When the work is done, according to ConnDOT, some 350,000 lbs. (158,757 kg) of structural steel will have been deployed and some 4,600 cu. yds. (3,516 cu m) of concrete poured. Some 70,000 tons (63,502 mt) of asphalt will be used Wall 101 North, another new wall, was put up in front of property at 463 Danbury Road.

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with sporadic signalization and heavy traffic volume during rush hours, resulting in considerable delays, due to volume.” The work did not proceed without some conflicts, according to ConnDOT. One ongoing conflict is between Northeast Utilities 345 KV transmission line (which runs parallel with Route 7 for the length of the project) and proposed drainage and utility installations on the project. ConnDOT officials said this issue is being addressed, with the full impact to be determined. Impacts include: • Major drainage impact, requiring five major drainage revisions and numerous field revisions, to resolve the conflicts. • Utility relocations • The associated costs are fully paid with Northeast Utilities funds. Another conflict included the AT&T utility relocation on Bridge No. 532. This issue involved the relocation of the existing AT&T see TILCON page 13


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NEW YANMAR V4-6 WHEEL LOADER, Stk# 0823, cab w/ heat & a/c, aux. hyd. $61,670 Sale Price $45,499

NEW YANMAR VIO17 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 626B, aux. hyd., adjustable width, blade & tracks List $31,960 Sale Price $23,499

NEW YANMAR VIO55-5 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 505B, cab w/ heat & a/c, angle blade, hyd. thumb, hyd. q/c $83,009 Sale Price $62,499

2006 YANMAR VIO-20 EXCAVATOR, 1440 Hrs, Hydraulic Quick Coupler, Good Tracks, Runs Great. $14,900

2006 YANMAR CBL40 LOADER BACKHOE, Stk# 515D, hydrostatic, 4 wheel drive, our rental since NEW, great machine, 315 hrs. $27,900

2007 YANMAR VIO55-5 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 801B, hyd. thumb, owner trade came from here NEW, great shape, 877 hrs. $33,900

2006 YANMAR VIO15-2A EXCAVATOR, Stk# 193B, our rental since NEW, fresh service, 531 hrs. $19,900

2006 YANMAR VIO27-3 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 066B, our rental since NEW, fresh service, 699 hrs. $18,900

NEW YANMAR VIO75-A EXCAVATOR, Stk# 419B, cab w/heat & a/c, hyd. quick coupler. $92,405 Sale Price $71,900

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NEW YANMAR SVO8 ULTRA-MINI EXCAVATOR, narrows to 2ft. 3in., 2348lb. operating weight. $23,840 Sale Price $19,699

NEW YANMAR VIO45-5 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 119B, cab w/ heat & a/c, aux. hyd., hyd. q/c $70,760 Sale Price $52,199

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2006 YANMAR VIO75-A EXCAVATOR, Stk# 040B, awesome machine, in our fleet since NEW, has been flawless, 1174 hrs, Unit being sold w/ standard digging bucket $57,900

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Where can you go to get high performance boom-mounted attachments? Allied Construction Products, LLC For over 65 years, we’ve developed many attachments that are legendary in the construction and demolition industries that demand high performance. Names like Ho-Ram, Hy-Ram®, Rammer, Ho-Pac® and Pedestal Breaker System™ are names that equal: UÊSimple, proven design (Our attachments have high resale or trade-in value) U Reliable performance (If you purchased an Allied attachment, you’re probably still using it) U Superior productivity (Compare AEM– formerly CIMA– ratings, our attachments get the job done faster) And, now Allied adds to that great family background with the Sandvik (Rammer) and AR Series™ hammers. Allied’s attachments don’t take a back seat to any competitor. In particular, our Sandvik(Rammer) product features a long-stroke design, all oil operation and ProControl. All of our high performance boom-mounted attachments are supported by the most respected parts and service organization in North America. Customer satisfaction is job one at Allied. Great products supported by people who know the industry and its customers. To put a high performance Allied attachment on your machine, call the Tyler Equipment Corporation office nearest you. We’ve become attached to your machines.

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M.A.P.A. Holds Seventh Annual Spring Seminar in Portland

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Fred Reichel (L), Central Equipment, Stillwater, Maine, and David Reposa, Wirtgen Group, Nashville, Tenn., look over the controls of a Hamm HD120 roller.

he Maine Asphalt Pavement Association (M.A.P.A.) held its seventh annual Spring Paving Seminar March 25 and 26 at the Howard Johnson’s Convention Center in Portland, Maine. Keynote speakers Bruce A. Van Note, MaineDOT deputy commissioner, and Michael F. Praul, Federal Highway Administration construction and materials engineer, addressed the group, along with presenters Larry Spring, Richard L. Bradbury and Rob Hannan. Seminar topics included, “Fundamentals of Smoothness and Quality,” “Fundamentals of Asphalt Paving,” “Reading and Correction of Mat Faults,” “Paver Automation Principles and Set Up” and “Fundamentals of Asphalt Compaction.” The M.A.P.A. event also showcased “the best of the best...industry innovations and new technology” in Equipment Alley, featuring a variety of vendors bringing their latest and greatest for inspection. Bucky Turner (L) and Mark Taylor, Marriner’s Paving see SEMINAR page 14

(L-R): Brian Meehan, Derek Anderson and Eric Deschambault, Coastal Road Repair, Falmouth, Maine, take a quick break after lunch to feel the sunshine outside the Howard Johnson Convention Center in Portland, Maine.

Scott Pelletier (L), Bruce A. Manzer Inc., Anson, Maine, and Mark Garcelon, Pike Industries, Fairfield, Maine, stand in front of a Pioneer FT 4250 track impact crusher on display at M.A.P.A.’s seminar and equipment expo on March 25 and 26.

Inc., Rockport, Maine, attended M.A.P.A.’s Seventh Annual Spring Paving Seminar and Equipment Expo.

For two days, approximately 150 paving professionals, engineers, architects and state and public works employees listened attentively to keynote speakers and presenters discuss new paving industry innovations and technology.

Mike Courchaine (C), paving representative, Milton CAT, Hopkinton, N.H., speaks to a group of attendees from F.R. Carroll Inc., Limerick, Maine, about the Cat AP1055D paver exhibited at M.A.P.A.’s show.

Patrick Clark (L) and Dave Bennett, both of Bruce A. Manzer Inc., Anson, Maine, explored the different machines on exhibit at “Equipment Alley,” outside during intermissions from the learning seminars.


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The QUARRYTRAX model TJ3258 offers hydraulic adjustment, overload relief, higher production yields, less maintenance, fewer repair parts, an ability to safely clear the crushing chamber following an emergency shutdown, handheld wireless controls, PLC controls and sonar level sensors.

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TELSMITH 3646 BARE JAW, Excellent Condition ..........................................$$185,000

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Caterpillar Generator 350 KW, s/n 2WB01444 ............................................................$$30,000

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TILCON from page 4

duct bank, in lieu of removal and replacement, as originally proposed. This revision, which is complete as of this writing according to officials, was approved to save approximately nine months of splicing time and the associated costs to the department. Further issues included an AT&T proposed pole relocation in front of No. 187 Danbury Road, which was in direct conflict with the 345 KV Transmission line. As a result, the pole had to be relocated into the private property. AT&T and the property owner had difficulty reaching an agreement for an easement for more than a year, according to DOT. “However, Mr. Bill Brennan, First Selectman of Wilton, through his good office, was able to persuade the property owner to resolve the easement agreement with AT&T and thereby mitigated further delays to the project,” said the project engineer. Bigger Drills The contractor had to adjust the price for furnishing and installing 54-in. (137 cm) diameter drilled shafts. These were

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Wall 101 South, one of five retaining walls erected, replaced the existing Baptist Church retaining wall.

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MaineDOT, FHA Officials Address M.A.P.A. Members SEMINAR from page 8

David Margolis-Pineo (L), an employee of the city of Portland, Maine, listens to David Rita of Astec Inc., Chattanooga, Tenn., at his exhibit.

Dave Gain (L), The Hews Company LLC, South Portland, Maine, sparks up a conversation with Lulian Neacsu, Volvo Construction Road Machinery, Asheville, N.C., while leaning against a Chevy 3500 provided by Quirk Chevrolet in Portland and outfitted with a Reading service body by the Hews Company LLC, on display at the equipment expo.

(L-R): Roger MacCumber, Chadwick-BaRoss, Westbrook, Maine, explains the Volvo PF6170 paver to two very interested attendees and potential customers, Tim Benton and Ed Hernandez, both of F.R. Carroll Inc., Limerick, Maine.


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TILCON from page 13

necessary,” said ConnDOT in a statement. A new retaining wall is required at Route 7, to address the fact that rock, anticipated in the original design, is not present at this location. To resolve this matter, a cast-in-place concrete retaining wall is being designed. Bracing the existing poles to build the wall was resolved through the use of 11-ft. (3.3 m) deep adjacent temporary bracing poles. Another interesting aspect of the project has been labeled the “Our Lady of Fatima Drainage Outlet.” According to ConnDOT, this was identified as a critical drainage outlet that had to be completed in Phase A, prior to starting the pre-stage construction work at the south end of the project. Difficulties were encountered due to the stipulated agreement between the state and Our Lady of Fatima Church that no construction would take place between Sept. 1 and May 1 of each year. The District and ConnDOT Right Of Way worked vigorously through the Attorney General’s office to modify the stipulated agreement. Hence the

April will mark the end of a much-needed four-year highway project; the widening of U.S. 7 from Wolfpit Road to Olmstead Hill Road in the town of Wilton.

drainage work was successfully completed in the Spring of 2007, thereby mitigating significant project delays. “This project, due to the nature and extent of the work, caused considerable disruption to the daily routines of residents, property owners and businesses along the roadway,” said Rolfe. “By disseminating timely information regarding the schedule of the work, and with the cooperation and commitment from all project stakeholders, including the department, the contractor, the town

of Wilton, the designer, the consultant inspector and the major utilities, the project has received positive responses from all quarters and remains on schedule.” Rick Birge, manager of Construction of Tilcon, added “Through cooperation with all involved parties, the project went well.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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NEW ENGLAND SUPPLEMENT ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................9 ACR EQUIPMENT ....................................................13 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ..............................1 ASTRO CRANE ........................................................13 AUTOMATION INC ..................................................12 C N WOOD CO INC..................................................20 CHADWICK BAROSS MA ........................................14 CLASSIFIEDS ..........................................................13 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ....................................13 DOOSAN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ................15 E W SLEEPER CO......................................................1 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGIN ..................1 GORILLA HAMMERS ..............................................1,7 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ............17 KRAFT POWER CORP ..............................................1 LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............10 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT ............................................1 MID CITY STEEL CO................................................13 MILTON CAT ............................................................13 MULTI MACHINE INC ................................................1 NIXON HAMMERS ..................................................16 PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR ..............................6 ROGERS BROTHERS..............................................19 SALES AUCTION COMPANY LLC ............................1 SCHMIDT EQUIPMENT INC ....................................11 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ..........................................16 TST HYDRAULICS INC ..........................................13 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ........................................3,6 W I CLARK CO............................................................2 WOODS CRW OF NH CORP ....................................5 The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.

Maine Gov. Lauds Reed & Reed’s Commitment to Workplace Safety Maine Gov. John E. Baldacci has recognized Reed & Reed, a Woolwich-based general contracting firm, for its efforts in providing a safe and healthy work environment for employees. At a State House ceremony, the Governor joined Maine Department of Labor officials in certifying the company under the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP). The certification covers work at Reed & Reed’s project site at Kibby Township, where the company is the prime contractor for the largest wind power project in New England, which includes erecting 44 wind turbines. It is the first SHARP-certified wind power project in the nation. “For more than 80 years, Reed & Reed has been a leader in construction contracting and engineering providing good jobs for Maine workers,” said Baldacci. “Today, Reed and Reed is a regional leader in wind power construction, and they have incorporated safety and injury prevention in every process of their work, leading to a 60 percent reduction in reportable injury rates.” “The SHARP Award is a tremendous honor for Reed & Reed and all of our employees. It recognizes the commitment our employees make to themselves and their co-workers,” said Reed & Reed CEO, Jackson Parker. “And to be the first wind power project in the nation to earn SHARP status tells the world that companies from Maine can compete at every level.” “Reed & Reed is part of an elite group of Maine employers who have demonstrated high standards and industry leadership in creating a safe and healthy workplace for employees,” said Laura Fortman, commissioner of the Maine Department of Labor. The Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) offers incentives to private sector employers that take a proactive approach to workplace safety. The SHARP certificate is granted to employers who have demonstrated exemplary achievements in workplace safety and

health by receiving a comprehensive safety and health consultation visit, correcting all workplace safety and health hazards, adopting and implementing effective safety and health management systems, and agreeing to request further consultative visits if major changes in working conditions or processes occur that may introduce new hazards. Employers meeting these specific program requirements may be exempt from general scheduled Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspections for one year. SafetyWorks! consultants worked with Reed & Reed to improve safety in all operational areas with a focus on injury prevention. Specific safety improvements involved developing of comprehensive safety training programs, scheduling site inspections and preparing job specific safety plans and hazard identification tools. Founded as a bridge building firm in 1928 by Captain Josiah W. Reed and his son Carlton Day Reed, Reed & Reed has prospered under four generations of family leadership. In the last decade, the company has emerged as a regional leader in wind power construction, having built the first industrial wind power project in Maine in 2006, followed by the construction of numerous other large scale projects throughout New England in the years since. The Kibby project site under way now will be the largest wind power site in Maine producing 132 megawatts of clean, renewable power when it is finished. SafetyWorks! is an outreach program of the Maine Department of Labor designed to reduce job-related injuries, illnesses and deaths. The program provided safety and health training to more than 10,000 Maine workers last year and consultation services to hundreds of employers. SafetyWorks! services are voluntary and offered free of charge. For more information, call 207/623-7900 or visit www.safetyworksmaine.com

Pete’s Repair Changes Name to Better Reflect Breadth of Services After 35 years of business Pete’s Repair has changed its name to Pete’s Equipment Sales & Rentals, effective immediately. While the name is changing, the business will continue to sell, service, and rent earth moving and heavy construction equipment including tractors, chippers, loaders and more. “Our new name clearly underscores the full complement of products and services that we offer,” noted founder and namesake, Pete Couture. Centrally located just off Route 100 & 15

in Morrisville, Vt., Pete’s Equipment sells and rents equipment from Barko, Terex, and Kioti. It still repairs all brands that it sells, as well as other brands of heavy equipment and maintains an extensive parts warehouse. Pete’s Equipment Sales and Rentals welcomes all to an open house on Saturday, April 24, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Kioti, Terex and ASV machines will be on display, many with manufacturer’s promotions. For more information, call 802/888-5138 or visit www.petesequipmentvt.com.


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251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 (413) 525-6351 (800) 292-6351

Joseph Equipment Company 561 Gold Street Manchester, NH 03103 603-641-8608


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