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Reed & Reed Lands Vital Maine Bridge Project…30

Record Breaking Visitors at the World of Asphalt...44

Trico Lift Celebrates Another Safe Year…48

Table of Contents ........4 Paving Section ......51-63 Skid Steers & Attachments Section...... ..............................65-83 Parts Section ............106 Business Calendar....112 Auction Section112-132 Advertisers Index ....130

NJTA Announces Plans The Stimulus Effect: for 2010 Project Bids Pros, Cons in AYear By Mary Reed

By Giles Lambertson

CEG CORRESPONDENT

CEG CORRESPONDENT

As part of its 10 Year Capital Investment Program, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) recently announced more than 50 construction projects totaling $2,080,000,000 are to be put out to bid in 2010. Of a total of $7 billion to be spent during the decade-long plan, widening and bridge improvement projects dominate at $2,900,000,000 and $1,775,000,000, respectively, followed by improvements to interchanges ($960,000,000), roadways ($790,000,000), and Turnpike facilities ($575,000,000). In 2010 the Turnpike Authority will be awarding contracts as follows: • Widening Projects: $1,500,000,00 • Bridge Improvements: $355,000,000 •Interchange Improvements: $120,000,000 • Roadway Improvements: $65,000,000 • Facility Improvements: $40,000,000 The Turnpike is being widened between Interchanges 6 to 9, as is the Garden State Parkway from Milepost 48 to Milepost 63. The two toll roads are among the busiest in the country and have long been severely and routinely overcrowded. The Turnpike’s 35-mi. long $2.7 billion widening project is the largest of its type to be carried out by the Authority to date. When completed the

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) was intended to be an effective antidote to high unemployment and stagnant growth in the construction industry. A year after the Act passed, the consensus is that things would have been worse without it. There is no denying the impact on the industry of billions of earmarked dollars. Yet there is disappointment. While major construction associations continue to voice support for the stimulus package for which they lobbied hard, even they sound a little defensive about it. “To appreciate the success of the Recovery Act’s transportation provisions, it is necessary to sidestep the political rhetoric about ‘outlays’ and jobs created vs. saved,” declared a white paper authored in February by the Transportation Construction Coalition, co-chaired by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association and Associated General Contractors. “The simple facts from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration are that, as of Feb. 17: • $16.84 billion in recovery act highway funds are under construction; • $8.46 billion in highway funds have been committed for specific projects; • $7.24 billion in recovery act public transportation funds have been

see NJTA page 34

see STIMULUS page 22

New Lake Champlain Bridge One Step Closer The new bridge’s design is visually pleasing, complements the environment and protects the area’s historic nature. The bridge design has an expected lifespan of at least 75 years.

By Mary S. Yamin-Garone CEG CORRESPONDENT

Less than one month after its demolition New York and Vermont officials — and the public — have selected a design for the new Lake Champlain Bridge. In January, New York State Gov. David Paterson and Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas announced the Modified Network Tied Arch Bridge concept had been chosen for the new bridge. The public’s preference was one of several factors considered. It also played a significant role in the recommendation to proceed with the unique arch structure option. “The selection of a design concept for the

Lake Champlain Bridge replacement is a major step in restoring this critical connection between New York and Vermont,” said Paterson. “New York and Vermont’s transportation agencies identified the Modified Network Tied Arch

Bridge as the overwhelming favorite of the people who live near and depend on this vital link. The next phase of design work will begin immediately as we continue our efforts to restore this important transportation connection.” Douglas said, “Both the public and our bridge engineers agree the Modified Tied Arch is an outstanding and appropriate design to replace see BRIDGE page 14


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2007 Cat 938G II Stk#: UP20074, S/N: CRD02494, 2307 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, QC ride $135,000

ASPHALT / PAVING / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 2004 CAT AP-1055B, S/N: A3P00196, Stk #UT10004, 4506 hrs, 10'- 20 ' Ext-A-Mat Screed, Electric Htd Screed, Generator, Push Rollers ................................................................$179,000

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT - LANDFILL 2004 CAT 836G, S/N: BRL00490, Stk #: UT10066, 7159 hours, cab, air, Caron blade, Caron tips 70% remaining ........$355,000

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT - SMOOTH DRUM 2005 CAT CB-224E, S/N: 22401345, Stk #: UP20001, 160 hours, 47" double drum asphalt roller, canopy ..............SOLD 2004 CAT CB-534DXW, S/N: EEA00260, Stk #: 92805, 832 hours, 79" double drum roller, off set hitch, Versa Vibe system, 130 HP, 24,860 lbs ........................................................$75,000 2005 CAT CS-563E, S/N: CNG01235, Stk #: 92808, 1778 hours, 84" single drum dirt roller, canopy ....................$75,000

CRAWLER LOADER 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02600, Stk #: UT10083, 3577 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, serviced every 250 hours ..............$79,000 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02603, Stk #: 96098, 1,004 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, like new machine, U/C about 90%$135,000 2002 CAT 963C, S/N: 2DS02247, Stk #: UT10098, 10,065 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, 3rd valve, single lever control, U/C about 50% ......................................................................SOLD 1999 CAT 963C, S/N: 2DS00630, Stk #: UT10104, 14,319 hours, cab, air, GP Bucket, pin and bushings turned at 12,000 hours ..............................................................................SOLD

DOZER - CRAWLER 1994 CAT D4C, S/N: 6YL00314, Stk #: UT10101, canopy, 6 way blade, fair U/C..........................................................SOLD 2006 CAT D4G XL, S/N: HYD01819, Stk #: UX30001, 1049 hours, cab, air, 6-way blade............................................SOLD 2004 CAT D6R XL II, S/N: AAX00558, Stk #UT10082, 6057 hours, cab, air, SU-blade, U/C about 85% ......................SOLD 2005 CAT D6R XL II, S/N: AAX01075, Stk #: 92811, 4551 hours, AC, SU Blade, New UC, New Injectors, New Equalizer Bar, Ripper Valve ........................................................$139,000 2004 CAT D8R II, S/N: 6YZ01580, Stk #: 92739, 4413 hrs, cab, air, 3rd valve, SS ripper, $30,000 in UC work done .................... ....................................................................................$369,300 2004 CAT D8R II WDA, S/N: 6YZ01964, Stk #: UT10078, 6130 hours, cab, air, Caron SU blade, diff steer, Caron pads$259,000

2004 CAT 836G Stk#: UT10066, S/N: BRL00490, 6874 Hours, cab, AC, Caron blade, Caron tips 70% remaining, serviced approx every 250 hrs since sold new by Ransome CAT, rear axle rebuilt @ 6,600 hours. . .$355,000

CLICK HERE www.ransome.com to view our LARGE fleet of used inventory. OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK 2005 CAT 735, S/N: AWR00825, Stk #92704, 3738 hrs, cab, air, liners, 23.5 R 0 25 XADN Tires at about 50 % ......$269,000 2004 CAT 735, S/N: AWR00715, Stk #92703, 4035 hours, cab, AC, liners ....................................................................$249,000 2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P01461, Stk #: UX30002, 3320 hours, liners, tailgate ..............................................................$305,000 1994 CAT D350D, S/N: 9RF00521, Stk #96056, 20412 hrs, 35 ton articulated truck, 26.5R25 tires @ 50%, painted ....$49,000

SCRAPER (2) 1998 CAT 627F, S/N:1DL00490, Stk#92736 & S/N:1DL00477, Stk #92735, 10,000+/- hours, cab, A/C, push pull, big tires, good cond ............................................$299,000

2004 CAT D8R II WDA Stk#: UT10078, S/N: 6YZ01964, 6130 Hours, cab, AC, Caron SU blade, diff steer, Caron pads, pins & bushings turned & new sprocket segments, minor blade repairs. . .$259,000

EXCAVATOR - CRAWLER 2006 CAT 303.5C CR, S/N: DMY00553, Stk #: UT10044, 698 hours, cab, air, long stick 5'10", blade, rubber pads, hammer lines ..............................................................................$39,900 2005 CAT 314CLCR, S/N: PCA00498, Stk #: UX30005, 2246 hours, off set boom, cab, air, blade, pattern changer, steel pads ......................................................................................$93,300 2005 CAT 322CL, S/N: HEK00837, Stk #: 92787, 3716 hours, 60' LONG REACH, 48" ditching bucket ........................$169,000 2003 CAT 325CL, S/N: BFE00534, Stk #: 96188, 6985 hours, Quick Coupler, AC, aux hyd, 63,000 LBS, 32" pads, long UC, 12'6" stick, 30" bkt ..........................................................SOLD 2005 CAT 330CL, S/N: DKY03490, Stk #92777, 2366 hrs, 77,000 lbs, 12' 6" stick, 34" pads, 36" bkt, eng rebuilt by Ransome CAT, May 2007 ............................................$199,000 2003 CAT 345BL, S/N: AGS01717, Stk #92774, 4941 hrs, 100,000#, 11' stick, 36" pads, 60" bucket, pin grapple .............. ....................................................................................$199,000 2006 CAT 345CL, S/N: PJW00833, Stk #96096, 3809 hrs, mass excavator, 72" rock bkt ........................................SOLD 2006 CAT 365CL, S/N: MCS00331, Stk #HR3179, 2121 hours, 145,450#, 25' 7" Boom, 13' 7" Stick, 60" bucket, 36" Track Pad Width ..........................................................................$495,000

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2006 CAT 904B, S/N: B4L00355, Stk #URR0075, 3456 hours, AC, GP bucket, quick coupler, good tires ........RENTED $29,000 2005 CAT 928GZ, S/N: DJD01847, Stk #: UP20034, 2519 hours, cab, AC, GP bucket, ride control, 600/65R25 XLD L-3 tires ................................................................RENTED $87,300 2007 Cat 938G II, Stk#: UP20074, S/N: CRD02494, 2307 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, QC ride ........................................$135,000 2006 CAT 972H, S/N:A7D00279, Stk #UP20017, 3180 hours, High Lift, Cab, Air, 5.75 GP bucket, Lincoln lube sys, New Bridgestone 26.5R25 Tires............................RENTED $239,000 2003 CAT 980G II, S/N: AXG00616, Stk #: UP20002, 6921 hours, cab, AC, GP bkt, ride control, fenders, 20.5 R-25 tires in good condition ............................................................$199,000 1998 CAT 990, S/N: 4FR00308, Stk #: UP20035, major powertrain rebuild summer 2009 ..........................................$599,000


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USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Contact: Jim Casendino 800-562-0012 jcasendino@bindermachinery.com ASPHALT / PAVING / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 1996 WIRTGEN 2100DC, S/N 3.21.259, 267 HRS, 79” DRUM W/ HT3 TOOTH HOLDERS; MERCEDES 600 HP DIESEL ENGINE; DUAL GRADE & SLOPE CONTROLS. COMPLETE REBUILD........................................................................................................................$285,000

CRAWLER DOZERS

2006 KOMATSU D37EX-21A S/N 5721, 493 HRS, 16” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 9’ BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ........ ............................................................$57,500

2006 KOMATSU D21A-8, S/N 83626, 763 HRS, 12” RUBBER TRACKS; 7’1” BLADE; DECELERATOR PEDAL; OPEN ROPS........................................................................................$35,000 2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 51070, 404 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ............................................................................$47,500 2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 51021, 107 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ............................................................................$55,000 2005 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 50683, 540 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ............................................................................$56,000 2006 KOMATSU D37EX-21A, S/N 5721, 493 HRS, 16” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 9’ BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER..........................................................................................$57,500 2006 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1941, 492 HRS, KOMSTAT II; 20” TRACKS; 9’ BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH A/C ............................................................................................$75,000 2006 KOMATSU D39PX-21A, S/N 1959, 1,017 HRS, KOMSTAT II; 9’9” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ................................................................................................................$70,000 2007 KOMATSU D61EX-15E0, S/N B45024, 522 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 24” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEA-DEF-A/C................................$160,000 2005 KOMATSU D61PX-15, S/N B40114, 624 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C; 100% CERTIFIED REBUILD AT 3,965 HRS ......$125,000 2005 KOMATSU D65EX-15, S/N 67617, 1,673 HRS, 26” TRACKS; SEMI-U TILT DOZER; ADDED CWT; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEA-DEF-A/C ..................................................$135,000 2005 KOMATSU D65PX-15, S/N 67683, 4,806 HRS, 36” (AR) TRACKS; POWER PITCH & TILT BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C; PIN & BUSHING TURN @ 4806 HR............ ......................................................................................................................................$115,000

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS

2007 KOMATSU 61EX-15EO S/N B45024, 522 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 24” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEA-DEF-A/C ..$160,000

2005 KOMATSU D65EX-15 S/N 67617, 1,673 HRS, 26” TRACKS; SEMI-U TILT DOZER; ADDED CWT; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEA-DEF-A/C ............................$135,000

2007 KOMATSU PC138US LC-2, S/N 2166, 1,947 HRS, 24” TRACKS; 8’2” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; HENSLEY 36” DIPPER; ESCO 24” DIPPER..........$75,000 2006 KOMATSU PC160 LC-7KA, S/N K41059, 2,887 HRS, 24” TRACKS; 8’7” ARM; A/C; HYD CONTROL UNIT; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 24” DIPPER. ESCO 42” DIPPER ..........................................................................................................$65,000 2007 KOMATSU PC200 HD-8, S/N A88277, 538 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 28” TRACKS; A/C; HD 9’7” ARM; HKX HAMMER/THUMB COMBO KIT; HAMMER AUTO LUBE WINDOW GUARD; JRB SLIDE-LOC; PSM PROGRESSIVE LINK HYD THUMB; ESCO 42” DIPPER..........................................................................................................................$155,000 2006 KOMATSU PC200 LC-8, S/N A88050, 2,436 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 28” TRACKS; A/C; 9’7” HD ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE. JRB SLIDELOC; ESCO 36” DIPPER ................................................................................................$87,500 2006 KOMATSU PC220 LC-8, S/N A88080, 2,237 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE VALVE. JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 48” DIPPER....................................................................................$120,000 2006 KOMATSU PC220 LC-8, S/N A88066, 1,151 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE VALVE. JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 48” DIPPER....................................................................................$155,000 2000 KOMATSU PC228US LC-2, S/N 15511, 9,211 HRS, 28” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; ESCO 42” DIPPER; NEW TRACK LINK ASSEMBLIES; CYLINDERS REPACKED; SERVICED & PAINTED ........................................................................................................................................$75,000 2000 KOMATSU PC228US LC-2, S/N 15317, 10,681 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; A/C; PARTIAL ENGINE REBUILD; FRONT END REPINNED & BUSHED; NEW HYD PUMP. CYLINDERS REBUILT; NEW UC; HKX HAMMER KIT W/ AUTO-LUBE ................................$110,000 2006 KOMATSU PC228US LC-3, S/N 32510, 3,204 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; LA BOUNTY GRAPPLE MOUNTING PAD. ESCO 42” DIPPER; ESCO 24” DIPPER ..........................................................................................$92,000 1999 KOMATSU PC270 LC-6, S/N A83064, 7,203 HRS, 24” TRACKS; 10’ HD ARM W/ PIPING; HYD CONTROL UNIT; ESCO 48” DIPPER; SERVICED & PAINTED ....................$70,000 2005 KOMATSU PC270 LC-7L, S/N A86254, 1,945 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC................................................................................$145,000 2007 KOMATSU PC270 LC-8, S/N A87090, 2,320 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; A/C; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; YOUNG 60’ LONG FRONT; 60” DIPPER $225,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300 LC-7E0, S/N A88848, 949 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 34” TRACKS; A/C; 10’6” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; JRB SLIDE-LOC. ESCO 54” HOE DIPPER.. ......................................................................................................................................$200,000 2007 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3E0, S/N 30094, 955 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 34” TRACKS; A/C; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; JRB SLIDE-LOC. ESCO 42” DIPPER ...... ......................................................................................................................................$175,000 2000 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A84122, 11,648 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 13’2” ARM; A/C; NEW MAIN CONTROL VALVE; ESCO 48” DIPPER; REPAINTED..................................$90,000

2001 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A84212, 831 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; NEW LINK ASSY. HR METER INSTALLED AT 7,160 HRS; TRAMAC V56 HAMMER ..............................................................................................$275,000 2002 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A85176, 10,889 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; ACTIVE MODE; A/C; ESCO 30” XDP DIPPER ............................................................................$70,000 2001 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A85043, 12,868 HRS, 36” TRACKS; ACTIVE MODE; A/C; 11’1” ARM; GEITH 36” DIPPER ........................................................................................P.O.R. 2005 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86361, 6,500 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM W/PIPING; HKX HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; ESCO 54” DIPPER ..........................................$125,000 2006 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86772, 2,702 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 54” DIPPER....................................................................................$175,000

MINI EXCAVATORS (UP TO 12,000 LBS) 2007 KOMATSU PC35MR-2, S/N 10216, 676 HRS, 12” ROAD LINER PADS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; 5’9” ARM W/PIPING; 4 WAY POWER ANGLE BLADE. WERK-BRAU HYD THUMB W/PIPING; 4 WAY POWER ANGLE BLADE; WERK-BRAU 24” DIPPER$37,500

OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1174, 3,405 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; AUTO-LUBE SYSTEM; BODY HEATER; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM..................$195,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1312, 1,898 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM..$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1310, 2,321 HRS ,BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM..$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1208, 2,134 HRS, GOODYEAR 23.5 RL-2 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; RETARDER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE............................$210,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1177, 2,303 HRS, GOODYEAR 23.5 RL-2 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; RETARDER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE............................$215,000 2005 KOMATSU HM350-1, S/N 1081, 1,919 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; BODY HEATER; AUTO LUBE SYSTEM INSTALLED; QUALCOMM SYSTEM. TAILGATE .......... ......................................................................................................................................$225,000 2004 KOMATSU HM350-1, S/N 1072, 3,117 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; BODY HEATER; TAILGATE. QUALCOM SYSTEM.......... ......................................................................................................................................$215,000 2005 KOMATSU HM400-1, S/N A10022, 2,459 HRS, MICHELIN 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; BODY HEATER; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE. QUALCOM SYSTEM.......... ......................................................................................................................................$275,000 2005 KOMATSU HM400-1, S/N 1230, 2,113 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 29.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM ....................$295,000

SCRAP PROCESSING / DEMOLITION EQUIPMENT 2007 SENNEBOGEN 821R, S/N 821.5.923, 744 HRS, 30” TRACKS; B11 MATERIAL HANDLING PACKAGE; JOHN DEERE ENGINE; 21’ BOOM; 13’9” GRAB HANDLING STICK. PREPPED FOR 13KW GENSET; WINDOW GUARD; LA BOUNTY HDR-50 GRAPPLE$250,000

SKID STEERS 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70, S/N SSB00558, 388 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER; 67” BUCKET...... ........................................................................................................................................$42,500 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70, S/N SSB00557, 178 HRS,”15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER; 67” BUCKET. 8” JRB SNOW PUSHER; ASV BUCKET ........................................................................$47,300 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR80, S/N SEB00957, 288 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; 72” BUCKET ........................................................................................................................................$45,000 2009 ASV PT30, S/N PTA03860, 38 HRS, 11” RUBBER TRACKS; OPEN ROPS; BACK-UP ALARM; UNIVERSAL MOUNT ADAPTER (LOOSE); 48” 0.25CY QDGP BUCKET ......$25,000 2009 ASV PT70, S/N PTH00667, 2 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; WIPER KIT: BACK-UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER. 74” BUCKET W/ RUBBER EDGE ................................................................................................................$55,000 2009 ASV PT80, S/N PTI01318, 1 HR, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COULER. 72” BUCKET ..$60,000 2009 ASV PT80, S/N PTI01319, 4 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COULER. 72” BUCKET ..$60,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2006 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N A53081, 1,943 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. JRB Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET; NEW OEM PAINT ..................................................................................$160,000 2006 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N 65029, 1,934 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET ........................................................................................................................$152,500

ATTACHMENTS FOR SALE

2007 KOMATSU PC200 HD-8 S/N A88277, 538 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 28” TRACKS; A/C; HD 9’7” ARM; HKX HAMMER/THUMB COMBO KIT; HAMMER AUTO LUBE WINDOW GUARD; JRB SLIDE-LOC; PSM PROGRESSIVE LINK HYD THUMB; ESCO 42” DIPPER................................................$155,000

2006 KOMATSU PC220 LC-8 S/N A88080, 2,237 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE VALVE. JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 48” DIPPER ...... ............................................................$120,000

2006 KOMATSU PC220 LC-8 S/N A88066, 1,151 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE VALVE. JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 48” DIPPER ..............................................$155,000

Contact: Gerry Yarka 800-562-0012 gyarka@bindermachinery.com

LABOUNTY LAHDR100QC S/N 100131, GRAPPLE PIN-ON/S-L COMBO PC400............$27,300

KOMATSU KO4PB4000A-F

JRB JRWA200GPWA150

JRB JRWA200GPWA150

S/N A86280; ARM PC400-7 13'4" W/BKT LINK & CYL................................................$23,480

S/N 0406-187797-3; BUCKET QDGP 2.0 CY 94" W/EDGE ........................................$5,400

S/N 0206-180110-3; BUCKET QDGP 2.0 CY 94" W/EDGE ........................................$5,235

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JFK Runway Closure Expected to Rattle Nerves, Wallets By Samantha Bomkamp AP TRANSPORTATION WRITER

NEW YORK (AP) The main runway at New York’s John F. Kennedy International will be closed for four months starting March 1. Millions of travelers will experience delays, including some not flying anywhere near the Big Apple. With about one-third of the airport’s traffic and half of its departures being diverted to three smaller runways, planes will wait on longer lines on the ground for takeoffs and in the air for landings. Delays at one of the nation’s largest airports will ripple to cities across the United States, including Los Angeles, San Francisco and Orlando. Passengers using JFK also face another headache — higher ticket prices. JetBlue, American, Delta and other airlines have cut their schedules by about 10 percent for the shutdown period. They can raise prices because there will be a smaller number of seats to meet demand. JFK’s Bay Runway, at 14,572 ft. (4,442 m), is one of the longest commercial runways in the world. It’s a backup landing spot for the space shuttle, which has its next mission in April. The runway is being repaved with concrete instead of less-durable asphalt

and widened to accommodate today’s bigger planes. The project will affect at least the first month of the peak travel season, which officially starts on Memorial Day. But the chosen four-month period was picked because it’s the driest in the New York area, making weather-related construction delays less likely. Of course, prompt completion isn’t certain. A similar runway repair in Minneapolis last year created thousands of delays when it was slowed by unseasonably wet weather. JFK is already one of the nation’s most delay-plagued airports. It ranked 28th out of 31 major airports in 2009 in on-time performance, according to the Department of Transportation. A delay at JFK, especially one early in the morning, can push back flights across the United States. The airlines and the airport are making adjustments. Besides cutting flights, airlines are adding time into their schedules. So although flights may take longer, more won’t necessarily be considered late. Still, Mike Sammartino of the Federal Aviation Administration expects delays at JFK will be about 50 minutes during peak times and 29 minutes on average — similar to busy summer days. Sammartino also said JFK officials have added new taxi ways at angles that allow

planes to go from terminal to takeoff more quickly. He noted that the FAA and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which are financing the $376 million project, began planning the shutdown in early 2009. JetBlue, the biggest carrier at the airport, said it expects some “operational challenges,” but that its reduced flight schedule should help alleviate congestion. However, for passengers on network carriers like Delta and American the delays will likely be worse, said Lance Sherry, executive director of the Center for Air Transportation Systems Research at George Mason University. JetBlue already tends to avoid the rush hours at JFK. And it has fewer connecting flights, which push delays across the country. Even if you avoid big delays, you could face higher fares. George Hobica of Airfarewatchdog.com said some fares are up significantly for the March-June period. For example, the lowest published fares for flights between JFK and Los Angeles International Airport through June 20 range between $278 and $298 roundtrip. That’s up from $198 to $218 recently. Delays and higher fares will affect Los Angeles travelers the most because the city is the most popular domestic destination from JFK, followed by

San Francisco and Orlando. Airfares usually rise as spring approaches. But the lowest published fare from LaGuardia, just 8 mi. west of JFK, is $100 cheaper for a connecting flight in the same time period — a more significant gap than normal. Nonstop flights to the West Coast aren’t available from LaGuardia. The shutdown also affects the coordination of flights, and the people who make sure the planes take off and land safely. Steve Abraham said he and his fellow JFK air traffic controllers must learn how to move aircraft efficiently without the use of their biggest runway. That could add more time to takeoffs and landing, at least initially. Fifty percent of the controllers at JFK have less than 4 years of experience. “It’s like renting a car in England — you know how to drive but you’re driving on the other of the road,” Abraham said. “I know how to say ‘clear for take off’ but I’m just doing it in a configuration that I’m not used to.” JFK airport officials opted for the fourmonth total shutdown rather than a construction schedule that included overnight work for 2 to 3 years. That’s a move Abraham said air traffic controllers support. “I’d much rather inconvenience people for four months than for two years.”

Ex-West Virginia Gov. Says 2002 Grant Program Paid Off By Mike Ruben THE STATE JOURNAL

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) Bob Wise described it as a model program that pumped millions of dollars into the West Virginia economy during a recession when federal stimulus money was not available. The former governor is referring to a controversial initiative in 2002 that used $225 million in excess video lottery funds to prod development of 47 projects in 27 counties. Projects ranged from a new baseball park in Charleston to shopping hubs in suburban Wheeling and downtown Huntington, parking garages, industrial parks and a wastewater treatment plant. The program was not without discord. Some objectors claimed it placed state government in the inappropriate position of choosing winners in the business community. Others alleged favoritism played a role in the selection process, noting projects awarded to the home counties of committee members. The program’s legality was challenged through multiple lawsuits filed by city governments, county commissions, organized labor and anti-gambling organizations. “Yes, with lessons learned, I’d do it again,” said Wise, who now serves as the president of the Washington-based Alliance for Excellent Education. “It was one of the most positive returns on investment for the state. “It was worth it for a couple of reasons,” he

continued. “It got several projects going that would not have been possible without it; that was critical. And it took place during the recession of 2002. There was no stimulus money then. There was nobody coming forward to keep the economy moving.” Wise appointed Cabinet Secretary Brian Kastick and Development Office Executive Director David Satterfield to a nine-member Economic Development Grant Committee to review project proposals. The House and Senate each also appointed three members. Criteria included the ability for projects to leverage other sources of funding, create or retain jobs and promote economic development in the region. After the projects were selected, the state Economic Development Authority handled the financial arrangements. “The projects had to pass the marketplace tests with local funding and a private share,” Wise added. “They had to have some skin in the game. We had to be able to sell the bonds. We used as solid criteria as possible, and we tried to make it as rigorously tested as we could.” Ensuing court action resulted in several delays before the EDA issued $249.8 million in lottery revenue bonds in January 2004. Construction costs escalated in the meantime. “Litigation is important, but it stretched out the time that it took to get the projects going, and the costs went up,” said Wise. “Now the precedent is there.” Ironically, the project that ignited the debate,

a 10-block Victorian Outlet Center in downtown Wheeling, never materialized. Wheeling Mayor Andy McKenzie, who was a state senator when the concept was introduced, described it as “a great idea that didn’t happen.” The size of the project ($164 million, 100 parcels of land) and the downturn of the economy were roadblocks, he said. Promoters of the Wheeling project originally had requested $80 million of what was projected to be $200 million in available funds. Still, a Northern Panhandle project received the largest amount of funding. The Ohio County Commission received a $35 million grant to develop what was known as the Fort Henry Business and Industrial Center. The site of Cabella’s retail and distribution center has since evolved into The Highlands, a large retail, dining and entertainment development. McKenzie said The Highlands is generating a solid return on investment with more than 2,000 jobs and tens of millions in annual property and sales tax revenue. He also noted that the Panhandle location is justified by the percentage of lottery proceeds that were generated by the Wheeling Island and Mountaineer racetracks. “I have no problem using tax dollars if the taxpayers see real benefit,” he said. McKenzie said the development is reversing a 30-year trend of Mountain State residents shopping out of state in nearby St. Clairsville, Ohio, or Washington, Pa. Cabella’s attracts

overnight visitors from multiple states, he added. “This is the third largest city in West Virginia, and we had very little retail left from 1970 until 2004,” he said. “Because of The Highlands, we now have hundreds of millions of dollars being spent here each year. It’s been a huge windfall for our community.” Each of the grant projects is tracked by the EDA staff, according to Executive Director David A. Warner. The most recent distribution was in January — $826,000 toward a $13.9 million public theater and marina project in Morgantown. With the exception of a $2 million balance toward a wastewater treatment plant project in Moorefield, all $225 million has been distributed. That $5 million project may be progressing to the bid phase this year. EDA staff collected job and wage data from the various project administrators. In many instances, however, the statistics were not forwarded once the projects were completed. Seven-year highs for construction jobs (1,509), permanent full-time jobs (1,391) and permanent part-time jobs (739) were listed in 2005-06, with the 38 of the 47 projects reporting. Combined wages that year were listed at $54.1 million. Financial reports provided by Warner reflect 10 of the grant recipients returned a combined $3.5 million in excess revenue. He said the Legislature designated $2.4 million of that last year, leaving a $1.1 million balance in the fund.


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1985 CAT 988B, S/N 50W7075, 52 Hrs, CAT Certified Power Train Rebuild, 11,420 Frame Hrs, Tires - solids 50%....................$420,000

2005 CAT 735, S/N B1N235, 1,730 Hours; A/C, From Dealers Rental Fleet ........$179,000

2006 CAT D6N XL, S/N AKM1988, 1685 Hrs, AC, 4 Valve Hyd, PAT, 60% U/C Remaining, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............$129,000

2007 CAT D8T, S/N KPZ02173, 157 Hrs, AC, 4 EROPS, Blade, Semi U, Auxiliary Hydraulics .... ........................................................$489,000

Asphalt / Paving / Concrete Equipment

Lift - Scissor

1999 CAT AP-1055B, S/N ABB203, 7,549 Hrs, 10-20B Extendamat Screed ..........................................$79,000

2006 GENIE GS1930, S/N 82135, 90 Hours, GS1930 self propelled scissor lift ....................................$7,100

Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum

Light Tower

2006 CAT CB-434D, S/N CHN616, 226 Hours, Asphalt Roller with water spray system........................$68,500

(5) 2004 GENIE TML4000N, S/N 361, 313, 314, 433, 432 ..........................................................From $3,900

Compaction Equipment - Walk/Tow Behind

Loader - Crawler

2004 RAMMAX P33HHMR, S/N 1534476, 629 Hours, Rammax Soil Compaction Trench Roller with Remote .. ........................................................................$13,250

2007 CAT 963C, S/N BBD3113, 1157 Hours, AC, GP, 3V for MP Bkt or Ripper, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ...... ......................................................................$159,000

Dozer - Crawler

Other Equipment

2005 CAT D5G LGP, S/N RKG1641, 1,886 Hours, OROPS, PAT, From Dealer's Rental Fleet..........$59,000

(2) 2006 Cub 200 Ground Heaters, S/N 541609200019, 541609200027....................$1,050 ea

Excavator - Crawler

Pump

2005 CAT 312CL, S/N CBA2486, 2,100 Hrs, AC, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ........................................$57,000

(2) 2006 GODWIN CD100M, S/N 0542349-28, 0541805-44 ............................................From $13,500

Excavator - Mini (up to 12,000 lbs)

Skid Steer

2006 CAT 301.8C, S/N JSB766, 1,514 Hours, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Leveling blade, New seat assembly, New boom, Short stick ............................................$13,500 (2) 2007 CAT TL642, S/N TBK130, TBK133 .................. ..................................................................$54,000 ea.

2008 CAT 226B II, S/N MJH12218, 47 Hours, Cab, Heat, Manual CPL, GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ........ ........................................................................$34,000 2006 CAT 268B, S/N LBA1553, 1648 Hrs, A/C, High Flow, Hyd. Coupler, Bkt, Tires 50%, Unit available on Iron Planet Auction 3/24/10 ..........................$25,000

Generator Sets

Trencher / Boring Machine / Cable Plow

2001 CAT XQ60, 10,505 Hours, Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..................................$15,000

2005 DITCH WITCH 1230, S/N 1Y2893, Ditch Witch walk-behind chain trencher, honda engine ........$2,500

Forklift - Telescopic

2006 CAT CP-563E, S/N CNT1103, 797 Hrs, OROPS, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..$85,000

Lift - Boom 2006 GENIE S40, S/N 10229, 1,351 Hours, Genie S40 Self Propelled Aerial Work Platform ................$36,000

2007 CAT 262C, S/N MST289, 1,152 Hours; High Flow Hydraulics, AC, NO DOOR. GP Bucket, Tires 40-50% Remaining "AS IS" ............$36,000

2006 CAT 430E ST, S/N EAT245, 527 Hrs, Cab/Air, E-Hoe, 4WD, GP Bkt/24”, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..........................$73,000

2008 CAT 328D LCR, S/N GTN271, 1464 Hrs, Aux Hyd, Reach Boom, Medium Stick, Pin Grabber, Bucket ..............................$228,000

Wheel Loader 2007 CAT 930G, S/N TWR3114, 600 Hours, AC, 3V, Cpl, GP, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ................$105,000

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PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Serving Contractors, Municipalities, and Industry since 1912 Special pricing good through 03/31/10 – cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available 2003 John Deere 824J Wheel Loader, Unit# 21522, 26.5 R 25 XHAT Michelin Tire, Cloth Seat w/Air Suspension, Chrome Exhaust Stack, Sun Visor, Lift Hooks, Heavy Duty Battery, Ether Start Aid, Ride Control .... ................................$97,500 2005 John Deere 110, Unit# 29215, 950 Hrs, 24" Bucket, ROPS, 4X4 ......$19,500

2005 John Deere 310SG, Unit# 29282, 2778 Hrs, AM/FM Radio, Cab w/o AC, Ext. Backhoe, Two Lever Controls, GP Bkt, 4X4, Aux. Hyd., Six Function Valve, 1400 lb. Frt Counterweight ........$36,900

2003 John Deere 755C II Crawler Loader, Unit# 27756, Cab w/Heater Air Cond, Lub Tr 20” 508MM Dbl Grouser, Heavy Duty Rear Bumper, GP Bkt, CRL006, Standard Track, Hyd. Transmission ..............................$67,500

2008 John Deere 313, Unit# 41460, No package, Tires 10x16.5 Hauler, Hyd Cir Std, 2" Seat Belt w/ shoulder strap, standard foot controls, electric quick tach, backup alarm kit, cab enclosure w/ wiper kit, deluxe wire harness, heater w/ defroster kit, rear counterweight, suspension seat kit, horn, PT & Hyd secure expires 8/13/2010 or 2000 Hrs.... ..............................................$18,450

2008 John Deere 315, Unit# 41462, Tires 10x16.5 Hauler, Hyd. Cir Std, 2” Seat Belt w/Shoulderstrap, Standard Foot Controls, Electric Quick Tach, Backup Alarm Kit, Cab Enclosure with Wiper Kit, Deluxe Wire Harness, Heater with Defroster Kit, Rear Counterweight, Suspension Seat Kit, Horn, PT&HYD Secure Expires 9/8/2010 or 2000 Hrs...... ..............................................$19,350

BACKHOES 2003 John Deere 110, Unit# 27743, R4 Front Standard Tire, 72" Std Bucket w/Rep-Edge ............................................................................................$22,900 2003 John Deere 310SG, Unit# 27610, cab, 4x4, extendable backhoe, two lever controls, ride control, suspension fabric seat, aux plumbing, 1.3 cu. yd. GP bucket, AM-FM radio ........................................................................$33,500 COMPACTOR/ROLLER 2006 Sakai SV201D, Unit# 41438, 304 Hrs, 54" Drum Width, Operating Weight - 9590 Lbs., ROPS ..................................................................................$35,900 CRAWLER DOZERS 2005 John Deere 550J, Unit# 25842, Long Track, Rear Chain Guides, 105" Blade C Frame, Hyd. Pump F Use w/o Winch, Radio, Retrieval Hitch, Chrome Exhaust, Ether Start Aid, Three Function Valve, Dual Batteries, Cab w/Heater Air Cond., AT167392 18" Std Lub Trk Shoe, Track Adjuster Relief Valve, Operator Station Accessories, Environmental Drain, Deluxe Cloth Suspended Seat ............$51,000 2002 John Deere 650H, Unit# 27676, Power-Angle-T Blade, Hydrostatic Transmission, Long Track, 105" Blade, ROPS ........................................$34,900 2004 John Deere 700H, Unit# 27510, 1705 Hrs, Hydrostatic Transmission, Cab w/AC, Angle Blade, Extra-Long Track ..............................................$79,900

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CRAWLER LOADERS 2006 John Deere 605C, Unit# 27606, GP Bucket, Cab w/AC, V Pattern Control ............................................................................................................$62,500 2006 John Deere 605C, Unit# 41488, V-Pattern Trans Control, Lub TR 18" 457MM Dbl Grouser, Cab w/Air w/Mech Cloth Seat, 1.63 GP Bkt w/teeth/back drg, 2 Addtl Lights on Cab Front, Air Susp. Cloth Seat, Seat Backrest Extension, Radio Installation, PT&Hyd Secure Expires 6/30/2011 or 3000 Hrs ........$75,000 2003 John Deere 755C II, Unit# 27756, 3281 Hrs, Cab w/ Heater & A/C, Lub Tr 20" 508MM Dbl Grouser, Heavy Duty Rear Bumper, GP Bucket, Standard Track, Hyd. Transmission ........................................................................$66,500 SCRAPER 1976 John Deere 762, Unit# 25838, Cab, A/C, 23.5x25 Tires..................$9,850 SKID STEERS 2008 John Deere 313, Unit# 41459, Tires 10x16.5 Extra-Wall, Hyd Cir Std, 2" Seat Belt w/o shldr strap, standard foot controls, backup alarm kit, horn, PT & Hyd secure expires 9/8/2010 or 2000 Hrs ..............................................$16,250

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Contact: Tel: Fax: Email:

Walt Kay 540/309-1709 540/389-6507 walter.kay@RSCrental.com

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C O M PA C T I O N

2004 GENIE GS1930, SCISSOR LIFT-15-19' DC, S/N GS300465147, UNIT #509416........................................$4,259 2004 JLG 2030ES, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N 0200122797, UNIT #519485....................................$4,846 2004 JLG 2646ES, SCISSOR LIFT-25-26' DC-46-68", S/N 0200122777, UNIT #516754 ..........................................$5,981 2004 SKYJACK SJIII-3226, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N 272214, UNIT #515905 ..................................................$6,327 2005 SKYJACK SJIII-4632, SCISSOR LIFT-30-34' DC-46-69", S/N 711485, UNIT #541377..........................................$10,609

2004 MULTIQUIP MRH800GS, W/B ROLLER-SMOOTH-DD1500# 26", S/N M3646, UNIT #509442 ..........................$3,533 2005 WACKER RT56-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5569442, UNIT #565640 ................................................$9,208 2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5549433, UNIT #548636..................................................$9,809 2005 IR SD45D-COMBO, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 5T 54” S/N 182289, UNIT #555319..................................................$24,830 2005 IR SD70D, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 8T-66” S/N 182296, UNIT #554891 ..............................................................$34,673

BOOM LIFTS

FORKLIFTS

1999 GENIE Z45/25-DF-4WD, ART BOOM LIFT-45-49'-4WD, S/N Z452511256, UNIT #286953..................................$14,539 1998 JLG 601S-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-60-64'-4WD, S/N 0300037612, UNIT#248700..........................................$16,372 2005 JLG E300AJ-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-30-34'-2WD DC, S/N 0300087886, UNIT #581382 ........................................$21,709 2002 TEREX TB85-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N 2660012, UNIT #7602108 ............................................$24,111 2005 JLG E400AN-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-40-44'-2WD DC, S/N 0300081644, UNIT #541391 ........................................$26,000 2002 GENIE S85-DF-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N S853354, UNIT #439174 ..............................................$38,988

G E N E R AT O R S 2005 MULTIQUIP DCA10SPX3, GENERATOR-10-14 KW, S/N 3763449, UNIT #584432 ................................................$5,589 2004 MULTIQUIP DCA45USIC, GENERATOR-30-39 KW, S/N 8200424, UNIT #529066 ................................................$5,955

2005 DAEWOO G25E-NM, IND FORKLIFT-5000 LB, S/N GA00397, UNIT #551736..............................................$10,418 2004 DAEWOO D35S, IND FORKLIFT-8000-9000 LB, S/N FZ00026, UNIT #513074 ..............................................$16,332 2004 GEHL RS5, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 20-34', S/N RS5JV0311221, UNIT#494403 ....................................$19,042 2005 TEREX TX55-19, RCH FORKLIFT-FXD-5000 LB 18-24', S/N TX551911546, UNIT #550230 ..............................$19,982 2003 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9,000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160002173, UNIT #473963..................................$21,787 2004 GEHL RS6, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 35-39',S/N RS6JV0213064, UNIT #489226....................................$23,122 2004 LULL 644E-42, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 40-45', S/N 0160003168, UNIT #484162 ........................................$25,226 2002 LULL 844C-42, RCH FORKLIFT-8000 LB 35-45', S/N 16161, UNIT #412448 ..................................................$25,320 2004 SKYTRAK 10054, RCH FORKLIFT-10000 LB 40-55, S/N 0160004344, UNIT #508084 ........................................$38,623

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2004 DEERE 550H-LT CRAWLER DOZER, 75-84HP-STD TRACK, S/N T0550HX937358, UNIT #512419 ........................$31,494

2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5593138, UNIT #581593............ ........................................$9,809

2004 DEERE 710G BACKHOE4WD 23’ EXT, S/N T0710GX941793, UNIT #531117 ......................................$59,071

2004 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160003850, UNIT #505796 ...... ......................................$29,451

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We are confident that U.S.-made Roadtec equipment with its ease of operation and economically priced parts will not only help you wit h all of your paving and milling needs, but also will save you time and mo ney. We believe experie nce and expertise matters and combined years of expe our employees’ 187 rience in the road-building equipment industry has proven to be a str ategy for success - and wh at you demand from an equipment dealer.

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Bids Released in Feb., Contract Award Slated for April

It was determined that from 2005 to 2008 an inexplicable 14 in. (35.6 cm) of additional deterioration had occurred making the old bridge (L) unsafe and unstable. The new bridge (R) will feature a basket handle arch with a network cable arrangement and internally redundant box tie girders supporting a composite precast deck system. BRIDGE from page 1

the historic Lake Champlain Bridge. The new bridge will fit easily into the historic surroundings and be a source of pride for residents of both states for years to come.” The Modified Network Tied Arch Bridge is a steel structure that more than meets all the design criteria for the Lake Champlain project. It has a basket handle arch with a network cable arrangement and internally redundant box tie girders supporting a composite precast deck system. The design is visually pleasing, complementing the environment and protecting the area’s historic nature. The bridge design has an expected lifespan of at least 75 years. Preliminary plans for the new bridge were released to nearly 70 contractors on Feb. 1. Bid was released on Feb. 22 with the contract scheduled to be awarded April 30. In the interim a new vehicular ferry terminal was constructed. The project involved building access roads to the lake, constructing in-lake docks and studying dredging techniques. Operational since the end of January, the ferry operates 24-hours a day, seven days a week, crossing just south of the former site of the Lake Champlain Bridge. There is no charge to ride so as to help restore commuter, tourist and commercial traffic in the former Lake Champlain Bridge corridor. December Demolition As thousands watched in person, via the Internet and television, New York blasting subcontractor, Advanced Explosives Demolition (AED), used nearly 500 pre-set hightech linear-shaped explosive charges to cut through the steel at 17,000 ft. (5,181.6 m) per second, causing the 80-year old span to implode in under 10 seconds. Following a burst of bright light and a nearly simultaneous boom of more than 130 decibels, spans 4 through 9 — or more than 80 percent of the bridge — dropped into Lake Champlain. The fallen portions were quickly devoured by the icy waters. Those portions and the concrete piers that supported them will be removed by this spring along with the rest of the bridge. The lake in that area is expected to be

Shown here is the deterioration of the pier cap at one end of main span of the old bridge.

open to navigational traffic in April. The 2,184-ft.-long (665.7 m) Lake Champlain Bridge had been ordered closed on Oct. 16, 2009, when engineers who were repairing the span’s upper portion noticed an exposed crack in one of the previously submerged piers. It was determined that from 2005 to 2008 an inexplicable 14 in. (35.6 cm) of additional deterioration had occurred making the bridge unsafe and unstable. New York State’s Department of Transportation’s inspection schedule previously had shown underwater deterioration at the rate of roughly an inch every five years for approximately 20 years since New York and Vermont took over control of the bridge. see BRIDGE page 38

Before and after. The photo on left shows the old bridge’s N.Y. abutment, while the rendering on the right shows what the new abutment will look like.


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2000 HYDREMA 912, STK # H03121C, S/N 6519, 3732 HOURS, REAR DUMP, NEW PAINT, ARTICULATING CHASSIS, 7.3 YD. BODY, CALL EAST PBE! .......... ................................................................................................................$44,900

2004 HYPAC C830C ROLLER, STK# R1939C, S/N 531030, 1146 HRS, 66" DRUM, CAB W/HEAT, CALL EAST PBE! ................$42,000

2003 KOMATSU D155AX-5, STK# D01598C, S/N 75191, 6605 HRS, CAB, A/C, SEMI U, TRASH RACK WASTE PACKAGE, VERY GOOD U/C, RIPPER HYDRAULICS, CALL EAST PBE! ........................................REDUCED $156,000

2002 KOMATSU D39EX-21, STK # D02949, S/N 1124, 3182 HOURS, ROPS CAB, AIR CONDITIONER, RADIO, AM/FM, LUNCH BOX HOLDER, FABRIC SUSP SEAT, TRACK ROLLER GRD, SEG, AS IS WHERE IS, CALL PINE BUSH! ........$35,000

2004 KOMATSU PC200LC-7L, STK # E02867, S/N A87049, 18’8” STD BOOM, 9’7” STD ARM, 27.6” TRACK, MULTIPATTERN CONTROL, 42” BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................................................$78,000

2007 KOMATSU PC160LC-7EO, STK# E02951, S/N K45064, 16’11” BOOM, 8’7” ARM, 24” GROUSER, TRK FRAME U/C, P/C VALVE, 36��� BKT. W/TEETH, CALL PINE BUSH!........................................$90,000

EXCAVATORS 1997 AKERMAN EW230B, STK# E03649X, S/N 230BV01653, RUBBER TIRE EXCAVATOR, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................$36,000 2004 KOMATSU PC50MR-2, STK# E03426, S/N 5318, EXCAVATOR WITH 55'5" ARM AND AUX., 16" ROAD LINERS, A/C, 24" TRENCHING BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................................................$22,000 1999 KOMATSU PC60-7B, STK# E03293, S/N 56422, 2711 HOURS, 12'2" BOOM, 7'5" ARM, HYD. CONTROL, 18" RUBBER SHOES, 25.6" 10 CU. FT. W/THUMB, AUTO GREASE SYSTEM, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................$28,000 2006 KOMATSU PC220LC-8, STK # E02855R, S/N 70162, 2175 HOURS, 19’2” BOOM, 10’ ARM, 28” TRIPE GROUSER, NO BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................................................................................................$99,600 2004 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK# E02583X, 910 HRS, 24” & 42” BUCKETS, HYD COUPLER, MECHANICAL THUMB, AUX HYD PIPING, 18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$120,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK# E01326C, S/N A86681, A/C, 2155 HRS, 33" PADS, 42" ESCO BUCKET, H.D. FRAME GUARD W/CATWALK, CALL EAST PBE! ....................................................................................REDUCED $144,000 2005 KOMATSU PC50MR-2 STK# E02223C, S/N 6024, 2168 HRS, CAB, A/C, 5'5" ARM W/PIPING, BLADE, 24" BKT, MECH. COUPLER, CALL EAST PBE!...... ..............................................................................................REDUCED $28,000 2006 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, STK# E02310C, 2161 HRS, STD BOOM, 11'1" ARM, 31.5" TRACKS, 54" BUCKET, CALL EAST PBE! ....................$219,000 2007 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, STK # E02859CR, S/N A87682, 2211 HOURS, STD. BOOM, 11’1” ARM, 31.5” TRACKS, NO BUCKET, KOMTRAX, CALL EAST PBE! ......................................................................................................$235,000 2005 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK# E01997C, S/N A86958, 2661 HRS, A/C, 10'6" ARM, STD. BOOM, 33" PADS, 48" BKT, CALL EAST PBE! ........REDUCED ..............................................................................................................$119,000

2007 KOMATSU PC160LC-7EO, STK # E02951, S/N K45064, 16’11” BOOM, 8’7” ARM, 24” GROUSER, TRACK FRAME U/C, PATTERN CHANGE VALVE, 36” BUCKET W/TEETH, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................REDUCED $90,000 1999 KOMATSU PC200LC-6, STK # E02950, S/N 94181, CALL PINE BUSH! .... ................................................................................................................$46,000 2004 KOMATSU PC200LC-7L, STK # E02867, S/N A87049, 18’8” STD BOOM, 9’7” STD ARM, 27.6” TRACK, MULTIPATTERN CONTROL, 42” BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................................................REDUCED $78,000 2002 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK # E02641X, S/N 20922, 18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, 42” BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................$50,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7 EO, STK # E02856R, S/N A89104, 2465 HOURS, 21’3” BOOM, 10’5” ARM, 28” TRIPLE GROUSER, NO BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................................................................$175,000 KOMATSU PC220LC-6, STK # E03252, S/N A80201, 8000 HOURS, EXCAVATOR, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................REDUCED $38,000 2007 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, STK# E03494, S/N A88378, 18’8” BOOM, 9’7” ARM, 800 MM TPL GROUSER, MULTI PATTERN CTRL., 42” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................................................................$110,000 2007 KUBOTA KX71-3R1, STK # E03741, S/N 11477, 574 HOURS, EXCAVATOR W/QUICK COUPLER, 18" TRENCH BUCKET, HYD. THUMB, RELIEF VALVE, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................$25,000 2005 KUBOTA KX161-3R2AS, STK # E03443X, S/N 30031, EXCAVATOR WITH CAB/ HEAT/ AC, 24” BUCKET, THUMB AND RUBBER TRACKS, CALL EAST PBE! ........................................................................................................$33,000

MINI EXCAVATOR 1994 KOMATSU PC40-7, STK# E03651X, S/N 24450, 7116 HOURS, EXCAVATOR, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$12,000 CRAWLER DOZERS 1997 KOMATSU D65EX-12, STK # D03650X, S/N 61881, DOZER WITH FULL CAB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$57,500 2003 CASE 850K, STK # D03536, S/N JJG0296716, NARROW GAUGE DOZER, 104” BLADE, CAB W/HEAT, A/C, CAB REAR SCREEN, CALL PINE BUSH!....................................................................................REDUCED $51,000 2003 KOMATSU D155AX-5, STK# D01598C, 6605 HRS, CAB, A/C, SEMI U, TRASH RACK WASTE PACKAGE, VERY GOOD UNDERCARRIAGE, CALL EAST PBE! ....................................................................................REDUCED $156,000 2002 KOMATSU D39EX-21, STK # D02949, S/N 1124, 3182 HOURS, ROPS CAB, AIR CONDITIONER, RADIO, AM/FM, LUNCH BOX HOLDER, FABRIC SUSP SEAT, TRACK ROLLER GRD, SEG, AS IS WHERE IS, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................................................REDUCED $35,000 HAUL TRUCKS 2006 KOMATSU HM300-2, STK # H02876, S/N 2009, HAUL TRUCK, 21.7 CU. YD. BODY, SCISSOR TAIL GATE, CALL PINE BUSH! ........REDUCED $199,000 OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK 2000 HYDREMA 912, STK # H03121C, S/N 6519, 3732 HOURS, REAR DUMP, NEW PAINT, ARTICULATING CHASSIS, 7.3 YD. BODY, CALL EAST PBE! .......... ................................................................................................................$44,900 2002 MOXY MT31, STK# H02673X, 3400 HRS, HAUL TRUCK WITH TAIL GATE, CALL PINE BUSH!........................................................................$99,000

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LOADER BACKHOES KUBOTA L35, STK # B02873X, S/N 72155, 651 HOURS, TRACTOR/LOADER/BACKHOE, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................$21,450 1994 CASE 590, STK # B03258, S/N JJG0207835, 5847 HOURS, CALL PINE BUSH! ....................................................................................................$14,000 1995 CASE 590SL, STK # B03637, S/N JJG0208690, EXTENDAHOE, CAB W/HEAT, 4 STICK CONTROLS, FLIP OVER PADS, REAR AUX. HYD, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................................................$28,500 2007 KUBOTA B26, STK # B03235, S/N # 50324, 347 HOURS, LOADER BACKHOE W/HYD. THUMB, 3RD AUX. HYDRAULICS, 18” AND 66” BUCKETS, FRONT AND REAR WORKLIGHTS, FLIP PADS, CALL PINE BUSH! ......$29,900 DUMP TRAILER 1996 EZ DUMPER, EZ610DX, STK # T03324, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........$3,500

ROLLER 2007 BOMAG BW177D-40, STK# R2423C, 3 HOURS, 66” DRUM, ROPSFOPS CALL EAST PBE!.......................................................................... $75,000 SKID STEER 2004 KOMATSU SK820-5, STK # S03442X, S/N TF50093, SKIDSTEER WITH CAB, HEAT, PALLET FORKS, STEEL TRACKS, CALL EAST PBE! ..........$21,000 WHEEL LOADERS 2001 KOMATSU WA450-3MC, STK# W02330X, 10913 HRS, SOLID TIRES, 5 YD GP BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................................................$78,900 2001 KOMATSU WA380-3, STK# W02389CX, 9200 HRS, CAB, THIRD VALVE, FACTORY AUTO LUBE, NEW TIRES, 4.25 YD BKT, WELL MAINTAINED CALL EAST PBE! ..............................................................................................$80,300


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HYDREMA 912C, 2006, Stk# 01016598C, GOOD CONDITION, 1509 HRS .......................................$89,500 JOHN DEERE 250D, 2006, Stk# 0101548648, GOOD CONDITION, 2634 HRS...............................$175,000 JOHN DEERE 300D, 2006, Stk# 0101548659, GOOD CONDITION, 3218 HRS...............................$179,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2004, Stk# 0101508712, AVERAGE CONDITION, 5003 HRS.........................$120,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2005, Stk# 0101538797, AVERAGE CONDITION, 4411 HRS.........................$185,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2006, Stk# 0101559821, GOOD CONDITION, 2868 HRS...............................$225,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2003, Stk# 0101492376, AVERAGE CONDITION, 6293 HRS.........................$125,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2005, Stk# 0101538800, GOOD CONDITION, 3465 HRS...............................$225,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2005, Stk# 0101538799, AVERAGE CONDITION, 5126 HRS.........................$155,000

GENESIS EQUIP LXP200, 2008, Stk# 01016647, GOOD CONDITION, 39 HRS ................................$73,500

I BACKHOE LOADERS

JOHN DEERE 200CLC, 2006, Stk# 0101567879, GOOD CONDITION, 1808 HRS ............................$89,000

JOHN DEERE 310G, 2003, Stk# 0101919240, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1519 HRS......................$37,500 JOHN DEERE 310G, 2006, Stk# 0101953151A1, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 338 HRS....................$42,000 JOHN DEERE 310G, 2006, Stk# 0101571096, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1547 HRS......................$41,500 JOHN DEERE 310J, 2009, Stk# 0101672168, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 475 HRS.........................$69,000 JOHN DEERE 310SG, 2002, Stk# 0101907024A1, GOOD CONDITION, 3590 HRS..........................$36,000 JOHN DEERE 310SG, 2006, Stk# 960634A1, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 2000 HRS........................$49,000 JOHN DEERE 310SG, 2006, Stk# 960661A2, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 2000 HRS........................$46,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2007, Stk# 0101622925, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1266 HRS ....................$60,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2007, Stk# 0101624786, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 880 HRS.......................$56,500 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2007, Stk# 0101623582, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1033 HRS ....................$60,000 JOHN DEERE 410J, 2009, Stk# 0101671579, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 404 HRS..........................$88,000 JOHN DEERE 710J, 2010, Stk# 0101679756, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 100 HRS........................$155,000

JOHN DEERE 225CLC RTS, 2005, Stk# 0101538818, GOOD CONDITION, 1786 HRS.....................$89,000

I COMPACT EXCAVATORS

GENESIS EQUIP LXP300, 2007, Stk# 01016602, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS ................................$191,500 GENESIS EQUIP LXP400, 2007, Stk# 01016606C, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS..............................$217,000

I EXCAVATORS JOHN DEERE 120C, 2007, Stk# 0101631620, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 669 HRS ........................$85,000 JOHN DEERE 120C, 2008, Stk# 0101642087, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 550 HRS ........................$87,000 JOHN DEERE 135C RTS, 2007, Stk# 0101623538, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1651 HRS..............$85,000 JOHN DEERE 160CLC, 2006, Stk# 0101576210, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1304 HRS..................$92,500

JOHN DEERE 225CLC RTS, 2007, Stk# 0101615925, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1039 HRS .......$140,000 JOHN DEERE 230CLC, 2005, Stk# 0101523886, AVERAGE CONDITION, 2448 HRS ......................$99,500

2004 Ingersoll Rand DD-90HF Roller – 1694 Hours, Good Condition, Stk# 176986A1 Asking $39,900

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I HAMMER / BREAKERS

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INDECO HAMMERS 12000#, 2003, Stk# 0101002084, GOOD CONDITION, 0 HRS ........................$75,500

JOHN DEERE CT322, 2007, Stk# 0101069741, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 335 HRS ......................$27,500 JOHN DEERE CT322, 2007, Stk# 0101073499, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 10 HRS .........................$36,500 JOHN DEERE CT332, 2008, Stk# 0101077444, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 735 HRS ......................$29,000

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JOHN DEERE 600CLC, 2005, Stk# 0101551962, GOOD CONDITION, 2840 HRS ..........................$345,000 JOHN DEERE 80C, 2005, Stk# 0101541734, AVERAGE CONDITION, 2709 HRS.............................$53,500 JOHN DEERE 80C, 2006, Stk# 0101581984, GOOD CONDITION, 1322 HRS ...................................$65,000 INDECO HAMMERS IHC130, 2005, Stk# 01016702G, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS..........................$10,500 INDECO HAMMERS 10000#, 2002, Stk# 01010000183, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS......................$55,000 INDECO HAMMERS 1100#, 2007, Stk# 01016742C, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS..................$19,250 INDECO HAMMERS 1750#, 2002, Stk# 01010000264, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS................$5,000 INDECO HAMMERS 2000#, 2002, Stk# 01010001841, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS .............$21,500 INDECO HAMMERS 2000#, 2004, Stk# 01010002098, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 44 HRS ...........$15,500

2006 John Deere 310SG Backhoe Loader – Cab with A/C, Multi-Purpose Bucket, S/N# 960661, 1800 Hours $46,000

INDECO HAMMERS 3000#, 2003, Stk# 0101000983, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 38 HRS................$7,500 INDECO HAMMERS 5000#, 2005, Stk# 010100003743, GOOD CONDITION, 6 HRS......................$40,500 INDECO HAMMERS 6000#, 2004, Stk# 01010000283, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS ........................$18,000 INDECO HAMMERS 7500#, 2003, Stk# 01010001425, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 4 HRS .............$45,000 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2005, Stk# 01016702F, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 0 HRS...................$54,500 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2007, Stk# 01016747A, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 54 HRS ...............$94,500 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2007, Stk# 01016747B, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 0 HRS..................$94,500

I SKID STEERS JOHN DEERE 270, 2004, Stk# 0101934514A1, GOOD CONDITION, 765 HRS.................................$19,500 JOHN DEERE 315, 2008, Stk# 0101093401, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 156 HRS...........................$20,000 JOHN DEERE 332, 2007, Stk# 0101066751, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 695 HRS...........................$30,500

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AGC: Recovery, Reinvestment Act Saves Construction Jobs STIMULUS from page 1

awarded; and • $1.07 billion in public transportation funds are pending award.” Nonetheless, it is almost impossible to “sidestep the political rhetoric” of the ARRA. The stimulus package was a signature initiative of a new administration and was hailed as the major anti-recession weapon in the administration’s arsenal. The politics of the legislation were virtually interwoven with its other provisions. Assurances repeatedly were given about the number of existing jobs it would save and new jobs it would produce — with a Web site created to track them all. The legislation’s authors said the package of spending programs would spur immediate revival in the building industry via “shovel-ready” projects as well as lay the foundation for longer-term infrastructure renovation and replacement. Twelve months later, it is safe to say the promise of the Recovery and Reinvestment Act is not fully realized. Clearly, the money helped preserve construction jobs. Less clear is if the money actually stimulated construction activity beyond the work funded by the original federal infusion. It is not clear that the funding had a multiplier effect, that it was seed money for subsequent state and private sector investment. And the debt incurred in funding the initiative is worrisome to many. Mostly Overlay Work In Texas, Austin Bridge & Road picked up a stimulus-funded $30 million job in Louisiana shortly after the Act was passed, a project that won’t be complete until later this year. However, the Irving-based company has not landed anything comparable since. “We have picked up a few others, the socalled shovel-ready projects, mostly asphalt overlays. Those are the kind of projects that take three to six months,” said Jim Andoga, company president, “and that saved a few jobs, but I want to tell you that when those months ended, those people were gone. The stimulus needed to generate projects that were more long-term. Most were shortterm.” Austin Bridge & Road produced just under $500 million in revenue in 2009, but it still was a year of shrinkage. When 2009 began, its payroll numbered almost 1,300. More than 250 positions have been lost since. “Some contractors had more than half their employees laid off,” added Andoga, who is western region vice chairman of ARTBA. “They had more than 2,000 employees and are down below a thousand now. They tell me, ‘Wow! You’ve done a hell of a job.’ Well, we were fortunate to have some other projects. Where we have

lost is with the asphalt work, the stimulus jobs.” Andoga is concerned that he soon will have to cut deeper. “I look at my professional staff, my engineers and estimators. As the stimulus money goes away, I’m going to have to lay off salaried staff, the jobs that had been protected. I just don’t have that much work to chase, so I am sitting here with an estimating department without any work. “We are hearing similar stories throughout the country. Yes, there are some companies that were fortunate to have picked up a lot of these stimulus projects, but a lot of that work went very, very cheap.” At the other end of the country, Chuck Niederriter has a different take on the stimulus funding program. Niederriter is chief operating officer of Golden Triangle Construction Co., and president of Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania. “If you don’t think the stimulus has worked, ask Chuck,” President Obama said in mid-February during a press conference marking the one-year anniversary of the ARRA’s passage. Niederriter was on the stage with the president. Golden Triangle has landed two projects that will begin this summer. The jobs had been on the planning shelf awaiting funding, which the stimulus package now has provided. One is a runway project at Pittsburgh International Airport and the other a state highway improvement project involving concrete overlay on asphalt. The two jobs will employ approximately 100 workers, Niederriter said — “most of whom will be recalled. If we hadn’t gotten this work, they wouldn’t have been called back.” Niederriter said that last year he anticipated winning stimulus-funded projects for Golden Triangle and subsequently did. “Maybe I even got a little more than I thought I would.” He said most of the 70 members of the Western Pennsylvania association also are happy with the ARRA program. “Some of them have more stimulus projects than others. There are a few that didn’t get any, but maybe their competitors won some stimulus projects and opened other jobs for them. I haven’t heard anyone in this industry say it wasn’t a good thing. Our infrastructure is in dire need of this money.”

ulus pot — which eventually was recalculated and determined to be $862 billion. Most of the construction funding has neither been spent nor obligated, which has contractors hoping that 2010 will see wider diffusion of the money. “The stimulus is one of the very few bright spots the construction industry experienced last year and is one of the few hopes keeping it going in 2010," Ken Simonson,

impact on their operations during 2009, but they are hoping it will this year. One highway contractor said his company did benefit with road overlays and patching work, but that no jobs were saved, nor new employees hired. Building contractors on the board reported no work as a result of stimulus funding, but an electrical contractor said he was generally satisfied with the program and had gotten some work from it, including building retrofits and solar panel installations. A third highway contractor said the money arrived at the state level relatively soon, but was “way, way late” being contracted out by the state. Yet another one was not satisfied with the stimulus because it was Ken Simonson not large enough. Associated General Contractors Garvey said issues unrelated to the stimulus further muddy the Illinois construction picture. chief economist of Associated General “The problem is that our state has the Contractors, said in a February AGC release. worst budgetary condition in the country "The stimulus is saving construction jobs, other than California,” he said. The situation driving demand for new equipment and is aggravated by the General Assembly’s delivering better and more efficient infra- apparent unwillingness to act until after this structure for our economy." fall’s election, according to Garvey. “The Simonson credited the stimulus with “sta- prospect for things improving in Illinois is bilizing” the jobs picture for the construction very dim indeed, very bleak. Our guys are industry. In other words, while the industry’s politically paralyzed.” nearly 25 percent unemployment rate may not get much better, it might not worsen. Machines Not Moving … Yet "The stimulus will keep a bad situation Equipment manufacturers and distributors from deteriorating further," Simonson said. didn’t see a surge of stimulus-related buying "That may not make for great headlines, but in 2009, as some had expected. it is welcome news for construction workers “We know this bill isn’t perfect,” anxious to continue receiving pay checks." Associated Equipment Distributors presiNiederriter believes there is no disputing dent and CEO Toby Mack declared a year the merits of the program. ago, “but the bill is without a doubt going to “For our industry, I don’t know of anyone expand infrastructure-related equipment who would say the stimulus wasn’t a plus. I markets…” don’t know why anyone would say that.” While a full release of stimulus dollars The construction industry perhaps unwit- obviously hasn’t occurred, a significant martingly was placed in the forefront of the 2009 ket expansion hasn’t happened either. In fact, stimulus debate through popularization of the Equipment Leasing and Finance the “shovel-ready” phrase. It captured the Association’s leasing and finance Index for idea of a quick transference of money from January showed new business volume has Washington to companies working on state declined by 24 percent compared to the preand local projects. That the transfer was not vious January. as quick as advertised has embarrassed stimThat squares with what Ronnie Rowe has ulus proponents. seen from his vantage point as manager of a “The money didn’t arrive nearly as quick- James River Equipment dealership in ly as the bank payoffs were due,” said an Greensboro, N.C. Rowe said most projects Illinois highway contractor, a member of the in his market area have been highway resurSouthern Illinois Builders Association. The facing jobs, which he dismisses as “the quick executive director of the association, Tim and visible fix. Contractors doing resurfacGarvey, informally polled board members ing don’t have a lot of equipment needs.” The dealership boss said business activity during a late February meeting and got a mix in 2009 was about as slow as he has seen, of responses. Several told Garvey the stimulus had no see STIMULUS page 106

“The stimulus is one of the very few bright spots the construction industry experienced last year and is one of the few hopes keeping it going in 2010.”

Maybe Next Year A total of $180 billion was targeted for construction work out of a $787 billion stim-


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Komatsu WA180-1, 1996, EROPS, Quick Coupler, Exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . .$100,000 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 New Holland LS170 Skid Steer, 2004, 300 hrs . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,000 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000

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

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

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

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

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

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

MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . .$4,000 ea.

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


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UB3475, 2007 N.H. B95, 4WD, Cab, Air, Pilot, HED, 369 Hrs ............................................$50,667 UB3480, 2005 N.H. LB90, 4WD, Cab, Air Ride, Pilot, HED, 1217 Hrs ................................$41,320

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WHEEL LOADERS UB3490, 2007 N.H. W50TC, Cab, Air, Glide Ride, 336 Hours ............................................$55,357 UB3491, 2007 N.H. W80, Cab, Air, 386 Hrs........................................................................$64,786 UB3494, 2007 N.H. W130, Cab, Air, 660 Hrs....................................................................$110,071 UB3495, 2007 N.H. W130, Cab, Air, 885 Hrs....................................................................$106,929 UB3496, 2007 N.H. W170, Cab, Air, 860 Hrs....................................................................$115,000 UB2380, 2005 N.H. LW170B, 1763 Hrs ..............................................................................$79,900 UB3498, 2007 N.H. W190, Cab, Air, 572 Hrs....................................................................$135,650 UB3499, 2007 N.H. W190, Cab, Air, 459 Hrs....................................................................$135,650 UB3500, 2007 N.H. W130, Cab, Air, 430 Hrs....................................................................$110,071 DD3521, 2007 N.H. W50TC, Cab, Air, Glide Ride, 1 Yd. Bucket..........................................$58,549

Machines are Equipped w/Cab, Air, Pilot Controls, Hyd. Extendible Dipper, Grid Heater, Aux. Hyd, - Most machines qualify for Purchase Protection Plan 24 Months/2000 Hours, Zero Deductible.

SKIDSTEERS UD2966, Bradco 609 Backhoe Skid Steer Mount ................................................................$5,500 UD3307, 2005 Bradco 609 Backhoe Skid Steer Mount, Like New ......................................$8,995 UD3417, 2007 N.H. L170 Skid Steer, Open Station, 695 Hrs, New Engine ........................$19,900 UD3943, 2004 N.H. LS160 Skid Steer, 3000 Hrs, New Tires, Good Cond. ........................$13,500 UD3947, N.H. 72” Manure Slurry Bucket w/Edge ..................................................................$250 UD4618, 2004 N.H. LS170 Skid Steer, 735 Hrs, Excellent Condition ................................$17,950 UV4607, 2006 Cam 6 Ton 8x8 Deck over Trailer ................................................................$3,295

RENTAL RETURN SKIDSTEERS – ASK ABOUT WARRANTY (ALL RENTAL RETURNS HAVE WARRANTY TILL 02/16/2010) ED3505, 2008 N.H. L175, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, 72” LPE, w/Edge, 61 Hrs..............................$31,180 EE3507, 2008 N.H. L180, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Hyd. Detach, 78” LPE w/Edge, 87 Hrs ..........$34,663 EE3508, 2008 N.H. L180, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, 78” LPE w/Edge, 79 Hrs......................$35,060 EE3510, 2008 N.H. L180, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, Hyd. Detach, 78” LPE w/Edge, 134 Hrs............ ............................................................................................................................................$35,809 EE3511, 2008 N.H. L185, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, Hyd. Detach, 78” LPE w/Edge, 213 Hrs............ ............................................................................................................................................$38,889 EE3513, 2008 N.H. L185, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, 78” LPE w/Edge, 77 Hrs ......................$36,999 EF3517, 2008 N.H. L190, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, Weights 84”, Hyd. Detach, 88 Hrs ......$39,679 EF3518, 2008 N.H. L190, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, Weights 84”, Hyd. Detach, 111 Hrs ....$39,679 EF3519, 2008 N.H. L190, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Weights 84” LPE w/Edge Hyd. Detach, 186 Hrs........ ............................................................................................................................................$37,993 EF3520, 2008 N.H. L190, 2 Speed, Cab, Air, Pilot, Weights 84” LPE w/Edge Hyd. Detach, 99 Hrs $39,679

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Sennebogen 821M, w/ 5 tine Bateman Scrap grapple, like new, 550 hrs, stk# 71146…..CALL

Cedarapids CR662M, trk hitch, conveyor, 22 ton hopper, 6KW gen., 880 hrs, stk# 72416..CALL

John Deere CT332, ROPS, hand controls, 78” bkt, 1915 hours, stk# 73971……..$25,000

Blaw Knox PF150, Duetz Diesel, push roller, 8-13’ screed, hrs stk# 74059…$14,900

Broce RJ350, A/C, 8’ broom, 150gal water tank, 5720 hrs stk# 73190...CALL

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Case 1085B Cruz Air, rebuilt Cummins w/ approx. 5000 hrs, stk# 72986……....$13,900 Interstate G20DT; 20 ton fixed gooseneck trailer, 19’ level deck, stk# 70954…$10,500 (2) IR RX264H, rammers, like new, stk# 31616, 31620………………………....$980 ea (2) IR TC13, trench compactors, Kubota dsl, remote, stk# 30666, 30091…….$18,750 ea IR WS36570DHE, 36” saw, diesel, new concrete blade, stk# 28970………..…..$12,500 Kawasaki 95ZV, 7 yd GP bkt, new tires & paint, 5150 hrs, stk# 27978……..……CALL IR DD158HFA, 84" double drum width, 1476 HRS, stk# 70277…………………CALL IR DD125, 84" double drum width , 2868 hrs, stk# 27086………………………...CALL

(3) 2007 Kobelco SK350, single grouser shoes, 13’7” long arms, 12 month / 1200 hour power train warranty……..…….……..$115,000ea NH CV1500, 88” pad foot roller, 845 hours, stk# 29736………………….$39,900 NH EH35, ROPS, steel tracks, 5’ 2” arm blade, 625 hrs, stk# 29533……...$19,900 (2) NH LM860, RT forklift, cab, heat, 48” forks, stk# 28697, 28698..…$32,900ea Schwartz A9000, 2 gutter broom, Sterling SC8000, 1130 hrs, stk# 28678…69,000 Thomas 255, skid steer, HF, cab, solid tires, 2210 hours, stk# 73105…….$12,900

Case 585G, RT straight mast, 3 stage mast, 2730 hrs, stk# 73507……...$21,750


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1973 MANITOWOC 4600 DRAGLINE, SMU: 1700, ID#: UC11421, S/N: 46284, 140’ BOOM, POWERED BY CAT D379, DETROIT LIGHT PLANT, 7YD ESCO BKT, INCLUDES SPARE BKT, REPAIRS: NEW MOTOR W/1700 HRS $325,000

2004 JOHN DEERE 160CLC HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 6443, ID# UP11393, S/N: 044545, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, 10’2” STICK, 36” BKT, HYD. THUMB, RADIO, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER, UC@6443 HRS, 24” TG SHOES 55%, BUSHINGS 55%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 55%, SEGMENTS 55%, IDLERS 50%, ROLLERS 50%, CARRIERS 60% $42,000

2000 HITACHI EX330LC-5 HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 9026, ID#: UT10323P, S/N: 1H1P021475, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, 24” BKT, STANDARD FRONT, JRB COUPLER, 10’6” STICK, AUTO LUBE FOR HAMMER, UC@9019 HRS, 31.5” SHOES@90%, BUSHINGS 30% NOT TURNED, LINKS 50%, SEGMENTS 50%, IDLERS 60%, ROLLERS 61%, CARRIERS 40% $58,000

2004 CAT D4G XL TRACK TRACTOR, SMU: 5776, ID#: UP10570N, S/N: 0HYD00565, 3406 ENGINE, EROPS, DRAWBAR, A/C, PAT BLADE, JOYSTICK STEERING, UC@5622 HRS, 18” SHOES@80%, BUSHINGS 70%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 75%, SEGMENTS 80%, IDLERS 90%, ROLLERS 55%, CARRIERS 55% $52,000

1981 CAT 769C OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK, SMU: 12444, ID#: UT11253N, S/N: 001X2460, CAB, A/C, RIGID FRAME, RETARDER, 2X6, LUB STARTER, TIRES@12443 HRS, RF KOHAMA 1800R33 51%, LF GOODYEAR 1800R33 51%, RR1 MICHELIN 1800R33 97%, RR2 GOODYEAR 1800R33 97%, LR1 MICHELIN 1800R33 68%, LR2 MICHELIN 1800R33 62% $55,900

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2004 KOMATSU PC400LC-7 HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 7459, ID#: UT11047, S/N: A86191, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, HYD QUICK COUPLER, 11’2” STICK, UC@7114 HRS, 32” TG SHOES 70%, BUSHINGS 60%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 50%, SEGMENTS 60%, ROLLERS 50%, CARRIERS 50% $85,000

2004 CAT D6R IIXL TRACK TYPE TRACTOR, SMU: 6012, ID#: UP10730N, S/N: 0AAX00845, CAB, A/C, WINCH, SWEEPS, SCREENS, SU BLADE (REMOVED BL200), UC@5401 HRS 90%, SHOES 24” $178,000

1996 CAT 950F II WHEEL LOADER, SMU: 5976, ID# UP10692N, S/N: 08TK02579, EROPS, A/C, GP BKT, STEERING WHEEL, 23.5X25 TIRES@5797 HRS 80% $94,000

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2003 CAT 314CLCR HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 3150, ID#: UT1027IN, S/N: 0PCA00169, EROPS, A/C, 36” BKT, 8’2” STICK, AUXILIARY HYDS, PLUMBED TO STICK, FOR HAMMER, COUPLER HAS LINES, FOR REAR BLADE, UC@2939 HRS@65% REMAIN, NOT TURNED $75,000

2003 CAT 322CL HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 7858, ID#: UT9863BN, S/N: 0HEK00133, CAT 3126 DIESEL ENGINE, EROPS W/AIR, 19’4” R REACH BOOM, 9’8” STICK, 32” BKT W/4 TEETH, HAND CONTROL PATTERN CHANGER, S FAMILY BKT LINKAGE, HAMMER CIRCUIT, 70% UC@7429 HRS, 32” SHOES $70,000

2002 CAT D6M XL TRACK TRACTOR, SMU: 10135, ID#: UT10834N, S/N: 03WN03167, CAT 3116 ENGINE, EROPS, A/C, PAT BLADE, COUNTERWEIGHT, FINGER TIP STEERING, UC@10108 HRS, 22” SHOES 60%, LINKS 40%, BUSHINGS 50%, NOT TURNED, SEGMENTS 60%, IDLERS 80%, ROLLERS 35%, CARRIERS 50%, REPAIRS: REBUILT ENG/TORQUE@10108 HRS $95,000

1999 CAT IT28G WHEEL LOADER, SMU: 7687, ID#: UT10462N, S/N: 08CR02025, CAT 3116 ENGINE, EROPS, STANDARD FRONT, WHEEL STEERING, AUTOSHIFT, CB BUILT 2.5CUYD BKT, 20.5R25 TIRES@7541 HRS 70% $61,900

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CRAWLER LOADERS 1985 Cat 943 LGP, Stk# 21498, 8300 Hrs ......................$20,000 1999 Cat 953C LGP, Stk# 19891, 6492 Hrs ....................$39,000 1994 Cat 963 LGP, Stk# 21529, 12,879 Hrs ....................$22,500 1998 Cat 963B LGP, Stk# 21442, 9800 Hrs ....................$29,000

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1998 Case 550G LT, Stk# 21188, 3208 Hrs ....................$20,000 1979 Cat D3B, Stk# 21499, 3254 Hrs..............................$15,000 1987 Cat D4B, Stk# 2XF00568, 21422 Hrs......................$12,500 2004 Cat D5G LGP, Stk# 21173, 1867 Hrs ......................$39,500 2003 Cat D5G LGP, Stk# 21131, 4521 Hrs ......................$43,500

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS 2004 Case CX240, Stk# 21456, 5088 Hrs ......................$47,500 2002 Case CX290, Stk# 207727, 7991 Hrs ....................$40,000 1993 Cat 311, Stk# 21455, 5349 Hrs ..............................$23,000 1996 Cat 312, Stk# 21405, 7370 Hrs ..............................$18,500 2001 Cat 315CL, Stk# 21226, 5954 Hrs ..........................$44,500 Diesel, OROPS, 4x4, Front Aux. Hyd, Hydro Drive, Quick Coupler ....$12,900

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2007 Case 521D, Stk# 20955, 906 Hrs ..........................$62,000 2006 Case 621D XT, Stk# 21187, 2245 Hrs ....................$73,500 1999 Case 721C XT, Stk# 21156, 5074 Hrs ....................$40,000 2006 Case 721E, Stk# 21583, 1000 Hrs..........................$99,000 1992 Case W11B, Stk# 21597, 4079 Hrs ........................$12,500 1996 Cat 938F II, Stk# 19242, 5000 Hrs ........................$46,000

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Reed & Reed Awarded Contract to Big Island, Virginia Replace Well-Traveled Maine Span Laments Demolition of Local Landmark By Justin Faulconer LYNCHBURG NEWS & ADVANCE

Reed & Reed has been selected as the design-build contractor to replace the Veterans Memorial Bridge. Construction is set to begin in May, and will look like this artist���s rendering when completed in December 2012.

Reed & Reed Inc. has been selected as the design-build contractor for Maine’s largest transportation project this year, replacing the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge. In a press conference held by both the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) and Reed & Reed, MDOT Commissioner David Cole announced the selection of Reed & Reed as he signed the $63 million contract. The Veterans Memorial Bridge, which connects two of Maine’s largest cities, Portland with South Portland, carries more than 22,000 vehicles per day. Construction is set to begin in May 2010 with completion slated for December 2012. “This bridge is a gateway to Maine’s largest metropolitan area, and is vital to move vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle traffic safely and efficiently between the two cities,” said Cole. “Reed & Reed’s proposal addresses these needs and also is a fitting tribute to Maine’s many veterans who served their country.” Reed & Reed was selected from three design-build proposals submitted. MaineDOT utilized a “best value” scoring process in its selection of the design-build team that takes into account the technical value of innovations and features of the design and construction concepts as well as the cost of the project. The Reed & Reed team was awarded the highest technical score and they submitted the lowest bid price of $63.1 million. The other teams submitting proposals included the Lane Construction Corporation/Figg Engineering with a bid of $68.4 million; and the Cianbro Corporation/Louis Berger with a bid of $69.6 million. Jackson Parker, president & CEO of Reed & Reed commented, “We are pleased to be building this important bridge project and consider this award an honor, especially given

the qualifications of our competitors. Our team worked hard to develop a number of innovative design concepts and the expertise that Reed & Reed brings to this project makes all of our employees very proud.” Reed & Reed’s winning proposal incorporates a community-centered plan with significant public involvement and a design-build process, which allows for a faster construction schedule. Reed & Reed’s team includes Falmouth-based T.Y. Lin International as the team’s lead design and engineering firm; architectural firm SMRT for landscape design services; GZA GeoEnvironmental for geotechnical engineering services; and Barton & Gingold for the pre-construction public education process and ongoing communications throughout the project. Cole said, “The department is very pleased with Reed & Reed’s proposal as it provides the things we were looking for in terms of innovation, traffic improvements, community outreach and aesthetics. They’re one of our top contractors and we are pleased to be working with Reed & Reed. Reed & Reed has a long history of building many of Maine’s bridges, including the Casco Bay Bridge Approach Spans Substructure; the Brunswick-Topsham Bypass; and Maine’s award-winning Penobscot Narrows Bridge. About Reed & Reed Reed & Reed is one of Northern New England’s largest and most versatile general contractors building bridges, wind power projects, and other essential infrastructure. Founded in 1928 in Woolwich, Maine, by Captain Josiah W. Reed and his son Carlton Day Reed, the company has prospered under four generations of family leadership. For more information, visit www.reed-reed.com.

BIG ISLAND, Va. (AP) If you asked Big Island natives about the weather during much of the past century, a prediction may have come after a tilt of the head. That’s because a 200-ft.-tall, 300-ton brick smokestack that stands at Georgia-Pacific’s paper mill off U.S. 501 served as a visual symbol and barometer for the small Bedford County community since its construction in 1928. Residents and mill employees said the steam from the stack was a longtime source in foretelling precipitation. “If the steam that comes out of the stack dips lower and hangs there, the community says that rain or snow is coming,” said Zoe Miles, a spokeswoman of the company, in a recent interview. That tradition is slowly coming down by the brick as a St. Louis firm demolishes the landmark, which is no longer in use. The destruction — placing scaffolds around the stack and chipping the bricks to fall inside the stack — began in December and is expected to last until late January if weather cooperates, the company announced recently. The ongoing work is painful for some residents to watch. “It broke my heart that they’re going to tear it down,” said Lori Byers, who lives close by. “I know it’s no use to them, but there’s so much history there.” Byers said she has lived in Big Island for most of her life with her late husband, William, and the stack has produced a lot of memories. She said her father, the late John Henry Hudson Jr., was involved in its construction. “He laid the foundation with a horse and plow,” Byers said. A producer of paper containerboard that started in 1891 beside the James River, the mill ceased operation of the smokestack in September when a new recovery boiler came online. It was originally used in connection with three boilers that powered machinery and since the late 1970s vented two smelters replaced by the new boiler, which company officials said reduced the mill’s emissions by 94 percent. “It’s always sad to see a piece of history go away, but I understand the reason it has to come down,” said Tony Ware, a Big Island native and former county supervisor. “It’s just one of those things that’s been there your whole life. It will be different to look across the horizon and not see it there.” Ware, said he recalls seeing the smoke from the stack while going to school at a building on U.S. 501 next to Big Island Baptist Church. That building formerly served as a high school and elementary school before it was torn down. Losing the stack is similar to the loss of the school, he said. Ware worked at the mill to put himself through college, he said. “It smelled like bread and butter,” Ware said of a sulfurlike scent the mill produced, adding, “if you lived in the community.” Mark Simpkins, owner of Rivers Edge Cafe, has a clear view of the stack from his business on U.S. 501. He said a lot of his customers, many of whom are employed by the mill, have expressed sadness in seeing it come down. “It’s going to be something that will be missed for a while,” Simpkins said. “A lot of people would love to have a brick out of it. You’ve got a lot of third-generation working there now.”


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Newest Mack Model Joins Customer Dulles Unveils New for Discovery’s ‘American Loggers’ AeroTrain System When the Discovery Channel was looking for a company to feature in its new television series, “American Loggers,” it turned to Gerald Pelletier Inc., a family-owned and operated business that’s been working the rugged and remote North Maine Woods for three generations. When the Pelletier family needed new trucks that could not only handle the rigors of its day-to-day operations but also look good for the camera, it turned to Mack Trucks Inc. Because the work they do and where they do it is so brutal, it was time to call on the biggest of the Bulldogs. Cue the Titan by Mack, its 16-L Mack MP10 engine snortin’ and snarlin’. This season marks the second for “American Loggers” and the Pelletiers. Airing on the Discovery Channel on Friday nights at 10 p.m., the series tells the story of these seven brothers and their sons who harvest timber in some of cameraman from the Discovery Channel’s show the deepest wilderness imaginable, then haul it out on A “American Loggers” shoots as officials from Mack unpaved, usually ice-covered logging routes. It’s a demand- Trucks Inc. and customer Gerald Pelletier Inc. tour the ing, sometimes dangerous way to make a living. Mack Macungie Assembly Operations outside “We’ve been at it for years, and obviously know it’s tough Allentown, Pa. (L-R) are Jeff Pelletier, Mack Regional work, but a TV show about us? Vice President Brian Buckley, Eldon Pelletier and Bangor Truck Didn’t see that coming,” said Eldon Salesman Eric Dysart. Two Titan Pelletier, the company president. by Mack models built at the plant Eldon oversees all operations of appear in the series. the company, but said he most enjoys being just one of the crew. The idea for the show came from play in the show — not to mention Sean Gallagher, producer for Half their day-to-day operations — a visit Yard Productions and a native of by the Pelletiers and the “American Bangor, Maine. Gallagher was familLoggers” video crew to the iar with other Discovery Channel Macungie plant was in order. programs “Ax Men” and “Ice Road The American Loggers producTruckers.” He also knew of the tion crew recorded Eldon and his Pelletiers and the extreme challenges brother Jeff as they toured the plant they face in their family-run operaNov. 19 to see how the Titan’s tion. Gallagher called Eldon to pitch strength and power comes together the idea of a show. After discussion on the assembly line. They saw the with the rest of the family, the skill and attention to detail the Pelletiers agreed to do the show. The Macungie workers bring to every first season was a huge success, and truck. They learned how Mack’s production of the second season is century-plus experience of building As the camera captures the action, well under way. tough trucks is reflected in each About the same time the Pelletiers Eldon (R) and Jeff Pelletier (C) watch Titan by Mack. And the passion that were looking for new trucks, Mack as a 16-L Mack MP10 engine is lowered Macungie employees have for builda waiting Titan by Mack chassis at introduced its Titan by Mack model. into the Mack Macungie Assembly ing Mack trucks came through loud Built at the company’s Macungie Operations outside Allentown, Pa. and clear in conversations on the Assembly Operations plant outside production line, according to the Allentown, Pa., the Titan by Mack is brothers. a modern-day workhorse that delivers the attitude and perThe Pelletiers left with two Titan by Mack models added formance required for the heaviest of heavy hauls. The 16-L to their fleet. Mack MP10 engine at the heart of the truck delivers 600A Discovery Channel video crew also visited Bangor plus hp and a massive 2,060 lb.-ft. of torque — and does it Truck, the Pelletiers’ Mack dealer in Maine, to shoot prepawithout gulping fuel, according to the manufacturer. ration and delivery of one of the two Titan by Mack models “We were ‘all-Mack’ for many years, and still have quite they’ve purchased. a few of those tough old Macks in our fleet working every “It was a lot of fun having the crew here,” said Eric day, so we know where the phrase ‘Built Like a Mack Truck’ Dysart, salesman of Bangor Truck. “They were very happy comes from,” Pelletier said. “We were very pleased to see with the truck. It’s a beauty and a workhorse at the same them come out with a new model that has the big power we time. We certainly thank the Pelletiers for their business. need in the woods. We expect these new Titans prove to be We’re sure these Titan by Mack trucks can more than handle as tough as the ones we’re used to.” what they have in store for them. And to see it all play out on Given the important role the Titan by Mack model will the Discovery Channel will make it that much better.”

By Matthew Barakat ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

CHANTILLY, Va. (AP) After nearly eight years of digging and more than a decade of planning, Washington Dulles International Airport unveiled a $1.5 billion train system designed to help travelers reach their gates more quickly. The new underground train system, called AeroTrain, replaces the airport’s unique, bulky “mobile lounges” that have shuttled passengers from the terminal to the gates since the airport opened in 1962. While the use of the mobile lounges will be curtailed, they will remain in use for international arrivals and at the airport’s “D” gates for the foreseeable future. The new train system is designed in anticipation of expanding traffic at Dulles, a United hub and the largest of the three airports that serve the greater Washington region. The future planning is such that the train station serving the airport’s “C” gates is built at the future site of the those gates, slightly overshooting the building that serves the existing “C” gates. Passengers will use a moving walkway to backtrack to the existing “C” gates. “This is about the future of Dulles,” Jim Bennett, director of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which runs Dulles and Reagan National airports, said at a preview tour of the system. At $1.5 billion, the AeroTrain system is essentially the final piece of a $3 billion-plus capital improvement program at Dulles initiated a decade ago. It includes two new parking garages, a fourth runway, a new control tower and moving walkways that carry passengers from the terminal to the “A” and “B” gates if they opt not to use the trains. Construction on the AeroTrain system began in 2002. The capital program began a decade ago, before the Sept. 11 attacks disrupted the airline industry. The airports authority put its construction program on hold for about a year after the attacks, but eventually decided that in the long term demand would continue to increase in this market. The improvements were paid for by issuing bonds, and the money is recouped by charging fees to the carriers that operate out of Dulles. Despite the extensive improvements, airport manager Christopher Browne said the fees charged by Dulles to the carriers — which are ultimately reflected in the ticket prices paid by travelers — are competitive with those charges by other airports of its size. The next major expansion will be the construction of a new Midfield Concourse that will eventually be home to the airport’s “C” and “D” gates and will allow the train system to run at maximum efficiency. Bennett said it is too early to know when that concourse will be built because the airport is still negotiating with its largest tenant, United Airlines. The new underground train network is nearly 4 mi. long and runs 29 cars that travel up to 42 mph. The airport expects the average wait time to be less than two minutes, and it takes the train just more than a minute to travel between stations. The train cars, built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, run on rubber tires and are similar to systems used in Hong Kong and Tokyo. Use of mobile lounges will be cut roughly in half, and nearly half of the 100 or so mobile lounge drivers opted to take a buyout offered by the airports authority. The AeroTrain system is operated without drivers. Taking so many mobile lounges out of service also will reduce congestion on taxiways, where the lounges often had to yield to aircraft in making their way from the terminal to the gates.


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Bucyrus Completes Acquisition of Terex Mining Business Bucyrus International Inc., a designer and manufacturer of mining equipment, completed its acquisition of the mining equipment business of Terex Corporation. The transaction will position Bucyrus as the premier supplier of mining equipment, serving its customers from nearly 100 locations around the world with a team approaching 10,000 people. “We are pleased to announce this important milestone for Bucyrus as we begin our 130th year in business. This transaction is a unique opportunity to build an even stronger company for our customers, employees, and stockholders,” said Tim Sullivan, president and chief executive officer of Bucyrus. In connection with the acquisition, Bucyrus paid $1 billion in cash and issued to Terex 5,809,731 shares of Bucyrus common stock. The number of shares was determined by dividing $300 million by the trade weighted average share price of Bucyrus for a 10-day period prior to signing the agreement on Dec. 20, 2009. Bucyrus amended its existing credit agreement and raised additional term debt of $1 billion to fund the cash payment. With the completion of this transaction, Bucyrus has extended the organization’s geographic footprint, diversified its product portfolio and positioned the company as a more globally competitive organization. Bucyrus doubles its addressable market from roughly $15 billion to more than $30 billion. “This transaction is a natural extension of our current operations; we’re one company with a proud history powered by hard-working, loyal employees who are passionate about mining,” Sullivan said. “We’ve reinforced our longheld values of safety, customer focus and reliability at work.” Bucyrus’ portfolio now consists of walking draglines, electric rope shovels, the world’s largest hydraulic excavators, off-the-highway haul trucks, highwall miners, underground longwall systems, room and pillar mining systems and transport machinery and a full line of drills and belt systems for all mining applications. For more information, visit www.bucyrus.com.

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Widening Projects, Bridge Improvements Top N.J.’s List NJTA from page 1

increased capacity is expected to keep traffic moving smoothly until at least 2040. The project calls for the Turnpike to be widened between Mansfield Township, Burlington County and East Brunswick Township, Middlesex County, to six lanes in each direction, and with a completion date of 2014, it is estimated as many as 18,000 jobs will be created during the life of the job. The Garden State Parkway is to be widened to three lanes in each direction between Milepost 30 in Somers Point, Cape May County, and Milepost 80 in Toms River, Ocean County. Bridge improvement contracts to be let this year include deck reconstruction ($140,000,000) and repairs ($40,000,000), substructure repair ($5,000,000), and painting ($5,000,000), with $60,000,000 allocated for bridge security measures. Although for significant

amounts, interchange improvement projects represent a smaller portion of overall 2010 bids, given they involve only Parkway Interchanges 9, 10 and 11 ($110,000,000) and 141, 145, and 150 ($10,000,000). Contracts to be awarded this year for improvements to highways cover resurfacing pavement ($20,000,000) and drainage repairs ($5,000,000), as well as improvements to safety measures ($10,000,000) and signage ($30,000,000). Structures slated to be improved under 2010 contracts include toll utility and maintenance buildings, including the Holmdel motor vehicle maintenance facility ($10,000,000, $23,000,000 and $2,000,000, respectively). In addition, $5,000,000 has been set aside for miscellaneous improvements. This year’s bids feature a number of notable contracts, such as bridge deck reconstruction ($100 to $150 million) in April and the Interchange 8 toll plaza on the Turnpike ($15 to $25 million) the

following month. August bids include microwave tower rehabilitation ($0 to $5 million), and September’s features bridge security work ($5 million to $10 million). October bidding will include bridge rehabilitation ($20 million to $30 million) and December projects to be bid include grade separation for Interchanges 9, 10 and 11 on the Turnpike ($100 million to $125 million) and two contracts for installation of variable message signs ($15 million to $20 million apiece). The first batch of contracts was awarded in Jan. 26, 2010. For the Interchanges 6 to 9 widening program, D’Annunzio & Sons Inc., of Clark, N.J, will carry out grading, drainage, paving, structures and lighting from Mileposts 74.3 to 82.3, in the Townships of Monroe, South Brunswick, East Brunswick and the Borough of Milltown, in Middlesex County. With the addition of signage, IEW Construction Group, based in Trenton, N.J., will

be working on similar projects in the Mansfield Township, Burlington County. D’Annunzio & Sons Inc. also will be carrying out bridge repairs and resurfacing from Mileposts 0 to 122 on the Turnpike as well as on the Newark Bay-Hudson County Extension and the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension. Bridge repairs and resurfacing between Mileposts 126 to 172 will be done by Joseph M. Sanzari Inc., of Hackensack, N.J. Central Jersey Landscaping Inc., headquartered in Chesterfield, N.J., is to carry out reforestation work, planting more than 6,000 trees on approximately 18 acres in Bordenton Township, Burlington County, and Allied Painting Inc., of Franklinville, N.J., will be repainting structural steel on the Basilone Memorial Raritan River bridge. At press time, contracts awarded on Feb. 23, 2010, are still subject to the New Jersey governor’s veto, since the 10-day veto period had not yet expired.

The contracts in question are: • Highway Safety Systems Inc., Hammonton, N.J., for sign panel replacement between mileposts 0 and 48.7; • G & P Parlamas Inc., Neptune, N.J., for construction of the Holmdel Motor Vehicle Facility; • Stavola Contracting Company Inc., Tinton Falls, N.J., for central pavement restoration and miscellaneous improvements between mileposts 75 and 143; • M. L. Ruberton Construction Company Inc., Folsom, N.J., for guide rail improvements between Mileposts 0 and 30; and • PKF-Mark III Inc., Newtown, Pa., for installation of variable message signs at new and current locations on the Turnpike and Parkway. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Norfolk Southern Project to Be Finished by Late Summer By Bill Archer BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH

COOPERS, W.Va. (AP) When the workers laboring to raise the roof of the old Cooper Tunnel on the Norfolk Southern (NS) mainline in Mercer County see daylight, it’s about time to call it a day. NS is on the home stretch of the Heartland Corridor project that started in the fall of 2007 and is on track to be finished later this summer. When it’s done, the Heartland Corridor will enable NS to move double-stacked freight cars from Limbert’s Point (near Hampton Roads, Va.) on the Atlantic coast all the way to Chicago on the Lake Michigan shore. “When people ask, I tell them we’re clear in Virginia as far as Belcher Bridge in Bluefield,” James N. Carter Jr., chief engineer-bridges and structures with NS said. “When they ask me when it will be done, I tell them August.” Carter is an old-school railroader who was born in Piedmont, near Mullens when his father, a Virginian Railway locomotive engineer, was serving in the Korean War with the U.S. Army.

After the Virginian merged with the Norfolk and Western Railway (N and W) in 1959, the family moved from Mullens to Bluefield, where the senior Carter worked with the N and W. The family picked out a home on the Virginia side so young Jim could pursue his lifelong dream of attending Virginia Tech. “As an in-state student,” Carter said. Each structure tunnel, low bridge or narrow cut along the 1,200 mi.-plus long Heartland Corridor has its own set of challenges. Before crews with LRL Construction of Tillamook, Ore., started work, Carter had to hammer out the details of the project with his brother NS railroaders. Both mainline tracks needed to be shut down for a while, but with as many as 18 trains moving through Bluefield over a 12-hour period, Gary Shepard, superintendent of NS’s Pocahontas Division headquartered in Bluefield would have his hands full. “The hardest thing about doing a job like this is having to run trains every day on one of the busiest sections in the NS system,” Carter said. “I worked at the coal

load-out in Lambert’s Point for 15 years, so I know how important it is. I wanted as much uninterrupted time as possible to work on the structures, so the transportation planning people worked with people on the coal traffic side and we figured it out. “Gary asked me: Does it make any difference if you work in the day or night?’ I told him it’s always dark in the tunnel, so it didn’t matter,” Carter said. “They close the track down from 2 a.m., until noon every day. We get a section done, clean everything up and get back to it when we go in the next day.” Since coal traffic is traditionally heavier late in the week, the Cooper Tunnel crew works Saturday through Wednesday. Initial construction of the Cooper Tunnel was a significant moment in the history of the N and W Railway’s development of the McDowell County coalfields. Keystones at both ends of the tunnel bear a 1902 date, but the start of the tunnel triggered the development of the vast metallurgical coalfields in McDowell County. Pioneer coal baron Jenkin Jones

was in the first wave of McDowell County coal developers, but Samuel A. Crozer, John J. Lincoln, L.E. Tierney and others soon ignited the McDowell County coal boom of the early 20th Century. The crews who built the Cooper Tunnel in the late 19th and early 20th centuries built it to last. The 680-ft. long tunnel has a huge void above the roof that appears on maps to extend more than twothirds the length of the structure. The void is listed at as much as 18 ft. on some of the maps, but Bill Hawk, an inspector with Jacobs Associates laughed and hinted that the charts may not be entirely accurate. The roof of the old tunnel was lined with courses of bricks set in mortar, topped with another 4-foot layer of concrete. “Some huge rocks fell on the top in that void over the years, but didn’t come through,” Carter said. “They originally had wood stacked up in there,” Jared Beeler, superintendent on the tunnel job for LRL said. “One place up in there, we found lead buckets that they used to carry grout up there,” Mike

Downs of LRL said. “They built this back when men were men.” The LRL crews donated the lead grout buckets and some other artifacts to Bramwell Mayor Louise Stoker to display at the Bramwell Depot. Carter said crews are replacing the arched brick roof with curved steel I-beams, topping them with 48-in. (122 cm) of concrete and moving the top up from its former 19 ft. 6 in. (6 m) to a new height of 20 ft. 3 in. (6.2 m). After everything is in place, workers will top the steel interior of the roof with shot-crete. In addition to the Cooper Tunnel, crews also are working on the Big Sandy 1, 2, and 3 tunnels. When the project is completed, crews will have completed expansion of five mi. in total length of 28 tunnels. Crews lowered the track in five of the tunnels, but all the rest involved raising the roof. When the project is finished, it will cut the mileage doublestacked trains travel from Hampton Roads to Chicago by about 1,000 mi.


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Bridge Design Will Complement Historic Surroundings BRIDGE from page 14

A Little History The Lake Champlain Bridge (a/k/a/ Crown Point Bridge) originally was designed by the Boston engineering firm of Fay, Spofford and Thorndike. Two construction contracts were awarded: a $385,000 substructure contract went to Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation of New York City; and a $535,177 superstructure contract went to The American Bridge Company of Ambridge, Pennsylvania. Bridge construction began on June 14,

1928. Total cost, including land, materials and engineering services, was $1,149,032. Some other facts about the Champlain Bridge are: • It opened to traffic on Aug. 26, 1929, after a ribbon cutting ceremony on the bridge by New York Gov. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Vermont Gov. John E. Weeks. • Toll collection began on Aug. 27, 1929. • Original bridge tolls were $1 for cars, $1 to $2 for trucks, $3 for buses, 25 cents for pedestrians and 50 cents for horse drawn vehicles.

The Modified Network Tied Arch Bridge is a steel structure that more than meets all the design criteria for the Lake Champlain project.

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Delaware Children’s Museum Takes Shape on Riverfront By Betsy Price THE NEWS JOURNAL OF WILMINGTON

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) The Delaware Children’s Museum is steeling itself for its April 25th opening. And it’s a lot of steel. Walk into what used to be the cavernous space inhabited by Kahunaville, and you’ll find a forest of gleaming steel studs marking off hallways, rooms and doors for what will be a lobby, offices, studio and six exhibits designed to get kids moving and thinking, all while having fun. Some wallboard is beginning to go up, most notably in the entrance — where the three-story Saturn-shaped Stratosphere climbing exhibit will welcome guests. Beyond that, it’s hard to guess what’s going to be where. The painters, plumbers, electricians and other contractors and exhibit-makers have 90 days to finish. “The best news of all is that we remain on schedule and on budget,” said Julie Van Blarcom, the museum’s executive director. “I’m amazed that everybody keeps saying, ‘Are you sure that you’re opening April 24?’But we will be open on April 24 for our first full day of business.” Outside, the $11 million museum will glow a brilliant yellow — a color named “cheerful” — that Van Blarcom and her staff expect to be highly visible from nearby I-95. The staff hopes to use

the steel scaffolding that once held Kahunaville’s foam volcano as a base for its new signage. Devoted to the idea that a child’s job is to learn through playing, the museum will target kids ages 1 through 12. Organizers expect about 135,000 visitors a year at about $10 a head. An economic impact study said the museum could contribute more than $5 million a year to the economy. The Children’s Museum will join the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art and the just-opened DuPont Environmental Education Center as family attractions on the banks of the Christina River. Bill Smith, vice president of the museum’s board, said he’s more than pleased with the progress of construction. “I am overjoyed,” said Smith, who is president of Environmental Alliance Inc., a Wilmington consulting company. “The amount of progress that’s been made in the last 18 months in fundraising and response from the community, and watching the ideas that were started 10 years ago coming into existence has been phenomenal.” Just shy of its original $11 million fundraising goal, the board will make up the difference with supplemental contributions earmarked for operating expenses. “But we’re pretty much on target with our fundraising goals and our spending,” he said.

By mid-February, the museum staff expected to have chunks of various exhibits installed. Lots of pieces already have been built, including the two sculls that will allow kids in “The Power of Me” to row along Digiwalls showing images of the Christina River moving by. “Oh, they’re starting to build out now,” Van Blarcom exclaimed as she looks around “The Power of Me” space, where a partial wall extends at an angle from the back wall. She pointed out where exhibits will be. A huge rounded soffit of wallboard already hangs 10 ft. above the floor where the Stratosphere will be installed. Even now, it’s easy to picture the climbing structure that will fill the space when it’s finished by Tom Luckey, a Connecticut architect-sculptor who was paralyzed from the waist down in a fall about five years ago. The Delaware structure will be the first he’s built designed to be accessible to kids of all abilities. Down the hall will be “Bank On It,” a nod to the state’s banking and financial industry. Visitors will enter it through a vault that’s just taking shape now. Across the hall from “Bank On It” is ECOnnect, which will be anchored by a house built by Delaware’s Challenge Program. That program is designed to provide construction job training and placement among low-income youths and foster children aging out the system.

They are taught construction math, safety and basic construction theory. The ECOhouse will be built using “green” techniques to increase a structure’s efficiency. They may include energy-saving technology, low-flow plumbing fixtures and recycled or sustainable materials. The museum house will be built out of recycled wood, a lot of which was collected by the trainees on the riverfront. It will include a garden area, living area and kitchen. The house’s construction will be paid for by a $206,000 grant from New Castle Pride, through Community Services Block Grant and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds. Behind the house will be a water table that will simulate the waterways in Delaware, including the Roth bridge and its yellow sails over the C&D Canal. Behind that, a lighthouse will stand where planners once considered placing a tree. The ECOhouse may have a national story to tell, Van Blarcom said. It’s believed to be the only exhibit of its kind, and certainly the only one built by a charity devoted to helping young people find “green” jobs in the construction industry. “And we’re just getting started,” Van Blarcom said. “We haven’t even touched the surface of the opportunities out there. We’re just beginning to focus on ways in which we can have creative partnerships with our colleagues in the community, nonprofit and for profit.”


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Former AED Washington New Holland Researching the Counsel Tony Obadal Dies Use of Bio-Diesel Technologies Anthony J. Obadal passed away on Feb. 13, 2010, at the age of 77. He served as AED Washington Counsel for more than three decades and played a central role in the establishment of AED’s Government Affairs Program. In the early 1970’s, Obadal set up the AED Washington Office both to represent the interests of equipment distributors in the nation’s capital and to help AED members get more involved in the policy process at the grassroots level. Shortly after his retirement in 2002, Obadal received the AED Democracy Award for his lifetime of service to the association. “Tony was a great advocate for the equipment industry, a larger-than-life personality, and a good friend,” AED President and CEO Toby Mack said. “He deserves much of the credit for our association’s elevated political visibility in Washington, D.C., and the increased political activism of our members around the country.” In addition to his work for AED, Obadal served a number of other association clients through his law firm, including the Aeronautical Repair Station Association, the American Concrete Pipe Association, the American Concrete Pressure Pipe Association, the National Contractors Association, and the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association. Before entering private practice, Obadal served as Court of Appeals attorney for the National Labor Relations Board and as labor counsel for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Obadal also was involved in a number of community and professional organizations over the years. He was a past chairman of the board of the Westminster School in Annandale, Va., served on the legal advisory board of the National Legal Center for the Public Interest, the board of The Road Information Program, and as a board member and president of the Thomas More Society of America. Since retiring from the law firm of Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein PLC, Obadal and his wife Nancy lived in Williamsburg, Va., where he served on the James City County Planning Commission. Despite all his professional accomplish-

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As a Clean Energy Leader, New Holland has been pioneering the use of bio-diesel in agricultural machinery since 2006, and currently is researching the most advanced technologies. It developed the NH2TM tractor, the first to use hydrogen fuel cells, and the Energy Independent Farm concept, exploring ways to enable farmers to reach zero emissions and energy independence in the future. In the meantime, Tier IVA emissions regulations will become a legal requirement in 2011 for medium- and heavy-duty engines above 174 hp (130 kW). “We believe that a one size fits all approach just won’t work in modern farming,” explained Pierre Lahutte, director of Global Marketing and Communication of New Holland Agriculture. “We are committed to integrating the best available engine technology for every machine and operation.” To achieve these goals, New Holland has adopted SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology for machines with engines above 100 hp (74.5 kW) and CEGR (Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation), for engines below 100 hp. These solutions have been developed in partnership with Fiat Powertrain Technologies. It has already produced more

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JCB Pledges Financial Support for Chilean Quake Victims JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford pledged assistance worth $100,000 to help in the rebuilding efforts in the wake of the Chilean earthquake disaster. He donated a 3C backhoe loader complete with attachments and spare parts to help with reconstruction efforts in the country’s second city Concepción, which was hit by an 8.8magnitude quake. More than 700 people were killed and approximately 1.5 million homes also were damaged. Initial estimates put the cost of rebuilding at between $15 billion and $30 billion. JCB, which has a backhoe factory in Brazil, is supplying the machine through its Chilean dealer Derco, which also is making available free-of-charge a fleet of used machinery for the authorities to use in rebuilding efforts. Derco’s HQ in the Capital Santiago — 270 mi. away from Concepción — has been severely damaged by the quake while its premises in Concepción appear to be largely unaffected.

Bamford said “This is one of the most powerful earthquakes on record and it has had a catastrophic effect on Concepción. I hope in some small part our donation will contribute to the rebuilding effort and help some of those people whose lives have been turned upside down by this disaster.” The contribution to the aid effort follows a series of other JCB machinery donations in recent years to other parts of the world hit by natural disasters, including the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan Province in China, when six backhoe loaders and a team of operators were sent from the company’s factory in Shanghai to help the clear-up effort in the region. JCB also donated machines to help in the aftermath of the Asian Tsunami in 2004, with JCB diggers deployed to Thailand, southern India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Earlier this year JCB donated equipment to help the disaster relief effort in Haiti following the devastating earthquake that killed approximately 220,000 people.


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World of Asphalt Draws Record-Breaking Attendance

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Thomas Young, Hilltop Energy Inc., Mineral City, Ohio, stopped by the Construction Equipment Guide booth to express his appreciation for our local news and stories. The co-located 2010 World of Asphalt Show & Conference and AGG1 Aggregates Forum & Expo have just concluded a record-breaking run despite the lingering downturn. Dynapac’s Rich Mikel (R), regional manager, North Central and Rick Perez, regional manager, Southeast, were on hand to talk about the new model CP274 roller.

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Case Wins Awards From Three Industry Publications in 2009 Case Construction Equipment received awards from three industry publications for 2009 product launches and innovations. Construction Equipment magazine and RER (Rental Equipment Register) both honored Case for innovation in the company’s introduction of joystick steering for Case E Series wheel loaders. And Better Roads magazine named the Case 650L crawler dozer one of the “Top 20 Rollouts” of 2009. Including Case on its Top 100 Products list for 2009, Construction Equipment headlined, “To the relief of shoulder-sore operators, Case Construction Equipment provides joystick-steering option on loaders from 2cubic-yard model up.” The magazine said the innovation will “cut operator fatigue and boost machine productivity in repetitivecycle operations such as scrap and recycling, agriculture, utilities and material handling.” RER magazine likewise applauded the

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Trico Celebrates Another Year of Safe Work Performance In January, the employees of Trico Lift, a incidences is defined by OSHA as meaning Phillips said several programs are in place to job safety analyses, reviewing near misses full-service aerial work platform provider, the company did not have any incidences ensure everyone stays focused on Trico and incidents, examining root causes and achieved 12 consecutive months without which required more than basic first aid or Lift’s safety goal. implementing necessary controls to prevent any lost work time or recordable incidents. which resulted in any lost work time. “Accident prevention measures such as future occurrences are all common practices “This type of accomplishamong our team,” he added. ment proves we can reach Headquartered in New our vision to be the best,” Jersey, Trico Lift has been company President Ken renting, selling and servicing Pustizzi said. “Safety is a lift equipment for more than journey and though there are 30 years. The company no finish lines, there are serves the aerial work platalways milestones worth celform markets in the ebrating. This is the third Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, time we are celebrating 12 Midwest and, more recently, consecutive months and in the Gulf regions. once again it is a testament to The company has the diligence of our team and received industry recognitheir commitment to safety.” tion for its equipment Trico Lift employees inspection program and achieved 24 consecutive numerous awards and honmonths of safe work perors including a recent formance in 2008. “We Contractor Merit Safety never lose sight of our zero Award presented by the injury and risk prevention National Petrochemical & targets and here we are celeRefiners Association for brating once again,” said Trico Lift’s safe work perVice President of Safety Steve Phillips. Trico Lift recently achieved a record of 12 consecutive months without a lost work-time accident. Vice President formance. For more information, According to Phillips, of Health, Safety and the Environment Steve Phillips, leads all Trico Lift initiatives aimed at reaching the comvisit www.tricolift.com. achieving zero recordable pany’s zero accident goal.

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Industry Jobless Rate Hits 27.1 Percent; Economy Grows, Not Construction, Beige Book Finds The unemployment rate for construction workers jumped to 27.1 percent in February (industry jobless rates are not seasonally adjusted), from 21.4 percent a year earlier, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported March. 5. The rate for all workers was 10.4 percent (9.7 percent, seasonally adjusted), up from 8.9 percent in February 2009. Non-farm payroll employment fell by 36,000, seasonally adjusted, but would have risen if not for a 64,000-job decline in construction. Unusually widespread and severe storms and snow cover may have added to the total, but BLS noted the construction number was “about in line with the average monthly job loss over the prior six months. Job losses were concentrated in nonresidential building (minus 10,000) and among nonresidential specialty trade contractors (minus 35,000).” Since peaking at 7,725,000 in June 2006, construction employment has fallen by 2.2 million (28 percent) to 5,555,000 in February, a 14-year low. All five construction categories lost jobs for the 1- and 12-month periods: nonresidential specialty trade contractors, minus 1.7 percent and minus 16 percent; nonresidential building, minus 1.4 percent and minus 15 percent; heavy and civil engineering construction, minus 1.1 percent and minus 13 percent; residential building, minus 0.9 percent and minus 15 percent; and residential specialty trade contractors, minus 0.3 percent and minus 10 percent. Employment in architectural and engineering services, an indicator of current design activity for future construction, fell 0.2 percent and 6.8 percent. Average hourly earnings in construction rose to $25.30, up 68 cents

(2.8 percent) from a year earlier. The all-industry gain was 41 cents (1.9 percent). Reports from the twelve Federal Reserve Districts indicated that economic conditions continued to expand since the last report, although severe snowstorms in early February held back activity in several districts. Nine districts reported that economic activity improved, but in most cases the increases were modest. Construction-related [manufacturing] activity remained weak in the Chicago and Dallas districts. Adverse weather conditions also hampered home sales and construction in the New York, Philadelphia, and Atlanta districts. Home construction was down or stagnant in most districts, with the exception of the Minneapolis, Kansas City, and Dallas districts. Atlanta said the most pronounced weakness was among Georgia homebuilders, and San Francisco attributed weak construction activity to elevated home inventory levels. All districts reporting on commercial construction said that activity remained weak or slow, except for some moderate boost from federal stimulus projects and other public construction. Credit for commercial development and transactions was still very difficult to obtain in several districts, though San Francisco noted a slight improvement in financing availability. New York, St. Louis, and Kansas City reported somewhat tighter credit standards on commercial real estate loans, and New York noted tighter standards for commercial and industrial loans. In other districts, credit standards were little changed but remained tight. In the Dallas district, smaller banks reported that regulatory

requirements were limiting their ability to expand real estate lending….Several manufacturing and construction firms in the Cleveland district began recalling workers. The RSMeans Construction Cost Index for 30 major cities had a “negligible” minus 0.5 percent year-over-year change for the period ending January 2010, Reed Construction Data’s materials price tracking service reported on March 3. “The quarter-to-quarter change annualized was plus 1.3 percent. The sharpest quarter-to-quarter annualized decline in the index was most recently recorded in April 2009, at minus 7.9 percent. The greatest quarter-to-quarter annualized increase in the index occurred in July 2008, at 18.5 percent. The year-over-year change for the materials subindex in January 2010 was minus 4.8 percent. The changes were also negative as reported in October 2009 (minus 6.5 percent) and July 2009 (minus 4.7 percent). On a quarterover-quarter annualized basis, the material component subindex increased 0.4 percent in January 2010. In the most recent 12 months for material costs, weakness has been particularly noted in concrete reinforcing (minus 31 percent year over year), metal joists and decking (minus 26 percent), plaster and gypsum board (minus 15 percent), ceilings and acoustic treatment (minus 15 percent) and structural metal framing (minus 8.8 percent). The quarter-toquarter price changes in those components, with the exception of ceilings and acoustic treatment, have moderated considerably to a range of minus 3.0 percent to plus 1.0

percent. The installation or labor component in the index was 2.4 percent annualized in January 2010. The yearover-year change in the 30-city average hourly rate for skilled workers (i.e. 20 trades) was 4.6 percent. This reflects gains that are protected under union contract, where work is available. The compensation rates for the non-unionized sector of construction are undoubtedly much lower.” “USG and National Gypsum sent letters to distributors on Feb. 12 and 15, respectively, announcing a 20 percent [wallboard] price increase effective March 15,” Thompson Research Group (www.thompsonresearchgroup.com) reported on Feb. 23. “Feedback from a recent wallboard buying group conference confirms that all manufacturers have since approved pushing through the 20 percent increase.” “The annual rate of [construction] wage and fringe increases in 2009 was 3.9 percent, down from 4.4 percent in the prior year,” the Construction Labor Research Council reported. “Based upon increases already negotiated in contracts for the next two years, wage and fringe increases will continue at a rate similar to 2009. Already-known increases to be effective in 2010 average 3.9 percent and for 2011, 3.8 percent. As a result of the upswing in oneyear agreements in 2009, the number contracts expiring in 2010 will be especially high.” © Kenneth D. Simonson is chief economist of the Associated General Contractors of America.


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Paving

SECTION Terex Glider Truck Program Upgrades Older Mixer Fleets The Terex glider truck program from ponents to be reused for the glider truck. Terex Roadbuilding offers ready mix con- Producers can send the donor truck to the crete producers an economical alternative Fort Wayne, Ind., factory to be dismantled or for upgrading front discharge transit mix dismantle the donor themselves and ship the truck fleets in the midst of challenging eco- components to the factory. The most comnomic times and imminent Environmental mon items reused by customers consist of Protection Agency 2010 emission standards. the engine, transmission, transfer case, drive The flexible program allows customers to axles, wheels and tires, drum drive gearbox “glider out” Terex and other brands of mixer and hydrostatic transmissions for the drum. trucks. Additionally, customers have a vast array of upgrade options, including the addition of auxiliary axles to size the truck to changing market conditions. “The concept behind our glider program is we only reuse viable truck components,” explained Steve Howard, director of sales for Terex front- and rear-discharge mixer trucks. “A customer can send us any frontdischarge truck, no matter the model or brand, and we If a donor truck is sent to Fort Wayne as a complete can use the components to unit, it is dismantled, and the components are sent to create a Terex glider of any the appropriate department within the factory. There they are checked, prepped and upgraded (if necesmodel.” Terex assists the customer sary) for installation just like original parts for new with selecting the right com- trucks.

hydraulics, electrical system, suspension, cab and other required components to complete the process. In a matter of weeks, the customer has a Terex glider truck offering a longer service life and much higher resale value than the donor truck, at a lower cost than buying new, according to the manufacturer. If the value of the glider truck is kept to within 75 percent of the cost of buying new, the customer does not have to pay federal excise tax, a savings of up to $13,000. “Lower insurance premiums also could be realized with a glider truck,” added Howard. For producers who wish to upgrade their fleet by doing the work themselves, rather than sending the old truck or components to the Fort Wayne factory, Terex offers glider kits complete with the necessary compoAs part of the upgrade, the truck receives a new frame, nents to complete the air system, hydraulics, electrical system, suspension, rebuild. For more information, cab and other required components to complete the visit www.terex.com. process. If a donor truck is sent to Fort Wayne as a complete unit, it is dismantled, and the components are sent to the appropriate department within the factory. There they are checked, prepped and upgraded (if necessary) for installation just like original parts for new trucks. The glider truck is sent down the same line and assembled by the same factory technicians that build new Terex mixer trucks. As part of the upgrade, the truck receives a new frame, air system,

New LF Forward Compaction Plates 20 Percent Faster Dynapac’s new series of LF forward compaction plates feature improved speed, flexibility and performance. Engineered for asphalt applications and available with a number of options to customize the plates, the new models are approximately 20 percent faster than their predecessors, according to the manufacturer. The Dynapac LF75 and LF100 plates are easily convertible from soil to asphalt applications and feature a specially engineered bottom plate and a water distribution system for all types of asphalt jobs. The bottom plate is the most critical component of a forward plate for asphalt compaction. The new Dynapac LF series bottom plate has been

designed so its edges give a welldefined contact surface that will leave no marks on the mat. The Dynapac LF series also features a water distribution system that is integrated into the bottom plate. Water consumption is optimized by means of a flow adjustment valve that is easily reached by the operator. A large removable water tank with a secured cap makes refills swift, simple and less frequent; this also allows for longer shift operation and more output per day. Maintenance is easier as well because there are no pipes or sprinklers to clean. The Dynapac LF75 and LF100 weigh 165 and 205 lbs. (75 and 93 kg) respectively. The LF75 is available with a Honda engine and a 16.5-in. (42 cm)

bottom plate. The LF100 is available in a gas or diesel option and features a 20in. (51 cm)-wide bottom plate. The LF series is equipped with Dynapac’s Low-Vib handle, which reduces exposure to hand-arm transmitted vibrations and increases operator comfort. For tight spaces, the handle is aligned with the center of the plate for easy maneuverability. The handle can be raised to a vertical operational position, and then easily folded for transportation and storage. All models offer a wide variety of optional equipment such as lifting handles, block paving kits and a protection frame suitable for rental applications, all of which makes it possible to customize the machine.

The Dynapac LF75 and LF100 plates are easily convertible from soil to asphalt applications and feature a specially engineered bottom plate and a water distribution system for all types of asphalt jobs.


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SPRH Chip Spreader

SweepPro Broom

RA-300 Spray Patcher

Maximizer 3 Asphalt Distributor Features:

· · · · ·

8 to 16 Foot Extendible Spraybar Automatic In-Cab Controls 400 GPM Viking Asphalt Pump Enviro-Flush Clean-Out System Internal Spraybar Valves

MAXIMIZER 3 ASPHALT DISTRIBUTOR

Roadbuilding Solutions LeeBoy’s Rosco brand roadbuilding solutions are designed and built for the most demanding applications. From asphalt distributors and brooms to pothole patchers and chip spreaders, count on LeeBoy products for value that delivers bottom-line results. Durability, productivity, ease of operation and value have made LeeBoy an industry leader.

Contact your Rosco Dealer

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC.

39 Jersey Street 1440 Route 9W 1275 Bloomfield Ave. West Babylon, NY 11704 Marlboro, NY 12542 Fairfield, NJ 07004 631/643-2605 845/236-3000 973/227-2221 631/643-4060 www.hoffmanequip.com 800/321-8080 www.allisland Fax: 973/575-5553 S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 equipment.com 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

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

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

Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580 Lancaster, PA 800/347-6998

Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756 Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455 Albany, NY 518/357-2200

20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414 1109 Middle River Drive Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000 www.valleysupply equipment.com

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

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221 walshequipmentinc.com


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Folcomer Equipment Corp. P O Box 340 629 S. Philadelphia Blvd. Aberdeen, MD 21001 800-737-0049 Fax: 410-575-7052 6300 Crain Highway Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 800-227-3580 Fax 301-627-9764 1561 Tilco Drive Frederick, MD 21704 800-951-2550 Fax 301-682-6075 2300 Eskow Avenue Baltimore, MD 21227 800-218-9462 Fax 410-247-7723 12420 Sussex Highway P O Box 338 Greenwood, DE 19950 800-756-9433 Fax 302-349-5785 Tracey Road Equipment 6803 Manlius Center Road PO Box 489 East Syracuse, NY 13057 315-437-1471 1523 Route 11 North Binghamton, NY 13795 607-775-5010 Fax: 607-775-5104 300 Middle Road Rochester, NY 14467 585-334-5120 Fax: 585-334-5127 19598 Cady Road (Exit 44 - Watertown Center - off I-81) Watertown, NY 13606 315-788-0200 Fax: 315-788-3006

EXACTCOMPACT HELPS SPEED COMPACTION BY MONITORING IMPACT SPACING Take

high-frequency Sakai roller and you can speed compaction. With EXACTCOMPACT, you can be sure that you’re rolling at the precise impact spacing. EXACTCOMPACT is a simple visual monitor: Red = You’re rolling too fast. Yellow = You’re rolling too slow. Green = You’re right on target to reach density at the fastest possible ground speed. EXACTCOMPACT is standard on mainline Sakai rollers – optional on all others. Put it to work on your next HMA job.

G & H SERVICES, INC. 121B Water Street Newton, NJ 07860 800/545-1278 Fax: 973/383-5756

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Schmidt Equipment, Inc. 80 Southbridge Rd. North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786

10 Republic Rd. North Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345

1620 Page Blvd. Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595

88 Camelot Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 508/830-9997

115 Railroad Ave. Ext. PO Box 5306 Albany, NY 12205-0306 518-438-1100 Fax: 518-438-4430

2397 Gar Highway (Rt. 6 & 136) North Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810

Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway Zelienople, PA 16063 724/452-7800 Fax: 724/452-7030 McKean, PA 814/476-7755 Dubois, PA 814/371-3600


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Roadtec’s Screed Boost Can Increase Mat Smoothness Screed Assist has been a staple in the industry for some time and simply helps to support the weight of the screed whether the paver is moving or stopped. Roadtec now offers an additional option called Screed Boost to manage the settling of the screed only when the paver is stopped. The feature also compensates for settling of rubber-tired pavers during stops, caused by the tires compressing and “squatting.” Rubber tire compression causes the screed to descend and has led some in the industry to conclude that it is more difficult to get the same mat smoothness from a tire paver than a track paver. Screed Boost effectively addresses this issue giving road builders the tools to pave even, smooth mats with both types of pavers. Roadtec Screed Boost pressurizes the bottom of the screed lift cylinders only during stops and thus prevents the screed from settling and causing a dent in the mat. This pressure will be enough to help the screed from dropping plus help account for tires being compressed with added loads, according to the manufacturer. The operator can adjust the pressure as needed. When the paver starts back into motion the screed boost shuts off and the screed returns to free floating. Screed Boost has a delay switch that allows the boost to stay on 0, 3 or 6 seconds after the paver goes into motion. This allows the operator to create a smooth transition by selecting a longer delay that lets him ease into fine-aggregate mixes that tend to compress more. For less pliable mixes he would use a shorter delay. While the paver is in motion the screed free-floats Roadtec Screed Boost prevents the screed from sinking into the mix when the paver is stopped and is especially helpful to compensate for tire compression during stops. and is not affected by Screed Boost whatsoever.

Terex Bid-Well Automated Sidewalk Roller Saves Time By allowing bridge contractors to pave a bridge deck and walkway simultaneously, the new Terex BidWell automated sidewalk roller from Terex Roadbuilding saves time at the job site and reduces labor costs. With a lightweight, ergonomic design, the roller unit offers simple one-man operation. The new sidewalk roller assembly attaches to the carriage roller frame of either a Terex Bid-Well 3600 or 4800 bridge paver. A three-tier frame hanging system allows the unit to be positioned anywhere on the paver’s frame for maximum paving flexibility. The sidewalk roller’s lower frame offers simple grade adjustments via four hand screws, while the mid frame affords operators quick skew angle adjustments. Its upper hanger securely attaches the entire assembly to the carriage roller frame. Eliminating the need for a separate engine to power the unit, the hydraulically powered sidewalk

roller uses oil supplied via an 8 gal. (30.3 L) pump, driven off the same system that propels the machine. While the paver operator controls oil flow to the sidewalk roller from the platform, two levers at the assembly control rotation and forward/reverse movement of the 6 in. (15 cm) diameter roller. The entire sidewalk roller assembly advances with the paver. The new Terex Bid-Well automated sidewalk roller is the latest in the Terex line. In 2008, the company introduced a bridge paver to offer paving widths in excess of 200 ft. (61.0 m). Terex Bid-Well also offers a spray nozzle design on the paver’s optional fogging system that produces a true, light fog to keep the concrete surface from drying too quickly, reducing cracking. The company’s dual vibration system offers concrete consolidation right up to the formwork of slabs of up to 24 in. (61 cm) thick. For more information, visit www.terex.com.

The new sidewalk roller assembly attaches to the carriage roller frame of either a Terex Bid-Well 3600 or 4800 bridge paver. A three-tier frame hanging system allows the unit to be positioned anywhere on the paver’s frame for maximum paving flexibility.


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AMERICAN MADE MAKING AMERICAN MONEY

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Buying American is good, but don’t base your buying decision on that alone. With our pavers you get high-quality, non-segregated mats, simple operation, maintenance, and trouble shooting; and when you have questions or want to order parts, it’s great to talk direct to the factory. Our customers buy from us because reliability and customer service are most important to them. Why? Because it helps them save

time and make money.

ROADTEC: THE AMERICAN WAY TO MUTUAL SUCCESS AND PROFITABILITY. Call us or visit our web site today! ROADTEC HIGHWAY CLASS PAVERS: RP-195 10’ track paver, RP-190 10’ tire paver, RP-175 8’ track paver, RP-170 8’ tire paver, SP-200 10’ spray paver. See roadtec.com for more.

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Direct-drive track system is self-adjusting with a hydraulic cylinder

Exhaust and/or propane heated screed

Infinite control over travel speed, matching any paving condition (model 1648)

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Total Visibility Compaction is high-precision work, and the experienced operator knows exactly what a perfect job looks like. That is why visibility is one of Dynapacâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s primary design characteristics. Dynapacâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique design gives a perfect view of drum edges, surfaces and sprinkler nozzles. Even the largest model lets the operator see an object of 3 feet in height, at a distance of only 3 feet â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an important safety feature. These are only a few of the ways Dynapac helps you keep an eye on quality. Want to know more? Have a closer look at dynapac.com.

AUTHORIZED DYNAPAC DEALERS ANDERSON EQUIPMENT Bridgeville, PA 412.343.2300 &OHDUÂżHOG3$ 814.765.5311 Clarion, PA 814.226.4100 Somerset, PA 814.443.2867 Cambridge Springs, PA 814.398.8819 Charleston, WV 304.756.2800 Fairmont, WV 304.366.3075 Buffalo, NY 716.877.1992 Rochester, NY 585.334.6770

ANDERSON EQUIPMENT Syracuse, NY 315.463.8673 Albany, NY 518.785.4500 Watertown, NY 315.788.5512 Endicott, NY 607.748.3400 Olean, NY 716.372.8822 Bangor, ME 207.942.0177 Cumberland, ME 207.829.5503 Manchester, NH 603.627.7696

ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP. W. Babylon, NY 631.643.2605 ASPHALT CARE Bensalem, PA 215.639.9800 ESSEX EQUIPMENT Essex Junction, VT 802.878.5316 HARTER EQUIPMENT Millstone Township, NJ 732.446.7600

For more information or a personal demonstration, call 210.474.5770 or visit an authorized Dynapac dealer near you.

STAFFORD Ashland, VA 804.798.4500 Roanoke, VA 540.992.4650 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT Harrisburg, PA 717.564.3434 Lancaster, PA 717.859.1840 Wilkes-Barre, PA 570.654.4612

ATLAS COPCO BALTIMORE STORE 410.485.3366 ATLAS COPCO LUDLOW STORE Ludlow, MA Covering western Massechusets and Connecticut 413.589.7439 LORUSSO HEAVY EQUIPMENT Walpole, MA 02081 508.660.7600

Part of the Atlas Copco Group


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Y O U R G R A D E R O P E R AT O R D E S E R V E S A B R A K E !

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It’s time to put a stop to small-time thinking in small graders!

Penn Jersey Machinery, Inc.

Here’s one way Champion helps you think big for professional results and productivity: ... every Champion Motor Grader is equipped with pedal-operated service brakes supplied by a separate hydraulic pump. Dual brake circuits ensure balanced braking on both sides of the grader for better control and safety. We think small graders should offer the same performance as the big guys. If you think like we do, we have a lot more ideas to show you. Take a brake! Give Champion a call...

Deptford, NJ

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NEW YORK Penn Jersey Machinery, Inc. Staten Island, NY 718-889-0105

Vantage Equipment, LLC Batavia, NY

584-344-1931

Albany, NY

518-220-9500

Syracuse, NY

315-437-2611

PENNSYLVANIA Highway Equipment & Supply Co. Drums, PA

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1990 Etnyre BT-HL 1540 gallon distributor, air on/off controls, propane burners, 10 ft TUC spray bar, Ford F700 w/Ford 6 cylinder diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle, air brakes

2000 SuperPac A471 double drum 47” vibratory roller, canopy double drum drive, articulating, scrapers, water system, Deutz 43 hp diesel engine

Cat 10-20B Extend-A-Mat screed, diesel heat, fits BG240, BG245, BG260, BG265 around 90’s model pavers

1998 Blaw Knox PF 3172 paver, Cummins diesel engine, Omni IIA screed 1018 ft

2007 Ingersoll Rand DD24 double drum 47” vibratory roller, Kubota water cooled diesel engine, 358 hrs

1999 Fontaine 352-ST sliding axle trailer, 35 ton, 53 ft long, 102” wide, air ride, wet line

1981 Blaw Knox RW 100 road widener, broom, hydrostatic drive, John Deere diesel engine, 2-3 ft extension

1994 Rosco SPRH chipspreader, 11 ft spread hopper, Cummins diesel engine, manual transmission

1994 Etnyre S-2000 distributor, 1500 gallon, computer w/1 ft cut-offs, propane heat, 12 ft spray bar, front mount pump, Ford L8000 w/Cummins 8.3L diesel engine, 7 spd double low trans, air brakes

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HEAVY HITTERS You get more performance, reliability and productive per square foot with Stone compactors. Stompers®, forward and reversible plates, walkbehind and ride-on asphalt and dirt rollers, manual and remote control trench rollers - all designed to hit hard and travel fast. They’ll get your job done on time and on budget. When you need a real compaction performer call in one of the heavy hitters from Stone - a 100% employees owned American company.

NORRIS SALES COMPANY, INC.

KNICKERBOCKER RUSSEL CO, INC.

STILLWELL SUPPLY CORP.

1300 East Ridge Pike Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 610/279-5777 1-800/457-RENT Fax: 610/279-7973

4769 Campbells Run Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 412/494-9233 Fax: 412/787-7991

44-68 Vernon Blvd. Long Island City, NY 718/784-2500

668 Berlin Cross Keys Rd. Sicklerville, NJ 08081 856/740-1400 Fax: 856/740-1940 866/80-TOOLS (86657)

233 Tarrytown Road Elmsford, NY 914/592-7600


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WHEN RACING AGAINST TIME – OUR CUSTOMERS RELY ON THE WIRTGEN GROUP

The challenge: bridge rehabilitation in Pittsburgh, PA over the weekend to avoid total gridlock. The solution: fast and cost-effective rehabilitation methods using Wirtgen Group technologies. That’s what Wirtgen Group customers can rely on. www.wirtgenamerica.com

ROAD TECHNOLOGIES

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC 10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361 1457 Oak Ridge Place Hagerstown, MD 21740 301/733-8100 Fax: 301/739-1835 38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763

MONROE TRACTOR

9469 Hawkins Drive 1001 Lehigh Station Road Mannassas, VA 20109 Henrietta, NY 14467 703/393-4014 585/334-3867 Fax: 703/393-4010 Fax: 585/334-0001 450 E. Church Road 5035 Genesee Street King of Prussia, PA 19406 Buffalo, NY 14225 610/279-5200 716/681-7100 Toll Free: 800/834-9606 7300 Eastman Road N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/452-0000 Toll Free:800/287-5286

110 Old Ithica Road Elmira, NY 14845 607/739-8741 6936 State Rte. 434 Binghamton, NY 13732 607/754-6570

EDWARD EHRBAR, INC.

BINDER MACHINERY CO.

THE W.I. CLARK CO.

4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 914/738-5100 Long Island 601 Coates Ave. Holbrook, NY 11741 631/563-7600 New York City 718/626-3331 42 Kenosia Avenue Danbury, CT 06810 203/743-0088 Fax 203/743-0266

2820 Hamilton Blvd. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/561-9000 Fax 908/561-2844 South Jersey Facility – Winslow Twp. 201 North Route 73 Winslow Township, NJ 08095 856/767-5900

30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT 06801 203/265-6781 Fax 203/284-1064 15 Station Road Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 275 Route 32 Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808

WOOD’S CRW CORP OF NH 1401 Hooksett Road Hooksett, NH 03106 603/644-8787 603/644-8747 www.woodscrwnh.com

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT, INC. 6779 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 800/33-GROFF 800/33-(47633) 20 Stouffer Lane Ephrata, PA 17522 888/66-GROFF 888/66-(47633) 210 Rolling Ridge Drive Bellefonte, PA 16823 888/47-GROFF 888/47-(47633)

1010 Pittsburgh Road Valencia, PA 16059 877/33-GROFF 877/33-(47633) 963 South Center Avenue New Stanton, PA 15672 888/82-GROFF 888/82-(47633)


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685B 685B Motor Motor Grader

8510 Paver 8500 Asphalt Paver

400 Roller 400 Vibratory Vibratory Roller

8515 Asphalt Paver Features:

· · · · · · ·

8 to 15 Foot Paving Width 87-HP Kubota Diesel Engine Dual Operator Stations High Deck or Low Deck Configuration Heavy-Duty Vibrating, Heated Legend Screed System Choice of Propane or Electric Screed Heat Dual Joystick Steering

8515 8510 ASPHALT ASPHALTPAVER PAVER

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Contact your LeeBoy Dealer

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC.

JESCO 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553

118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY

VALLEY SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

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

20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414 1109 Middle River Rd. Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000

US MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC. King of Prussia, PA www.usmuni.com 800/733-3776

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC. Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580 Lancaster, PA 800/347-6998 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756

Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455 Albany, NY 518/357-2200

WALSH EQUIPMENT INC.

ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221 walshequipmentinc.com

39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 www.allisland equipment.com

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


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1-800-223-1202 I WWW.ASPHALTCARE.COM 2765 Galloway Road • Bensalem, PA 19020 WE SUPPLY PARTS FOR IR/BLAW KNOX, DYNAPAC, MARATHON, MAULDIN, YANMAR, NEAL, CIMLINE, TOWMASTER AND MANY OTHERS

$9,000

$1,200

BLAW KONTROL JOINT MATCHER Single side control with case.

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2009 MAULDIN MT300 TRACK DISTRIBUTOR TRAILER 300 gallon, hydraulic asphalt pump w/forward & reverse, spray wand & bar, solvent tank, hose reel.

$15,900

2005 INGERSOLL RAND DD-14 ROLLER 130 hours, 35.4” drums w/front vibration, Kubota diesel, pressurized water, 3390 lbs. opr. wgt.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT MARATHON DIRECT FIRE AND OIL JACKETED KETTLES, Many gallon sizes to choose from, propane or diesel fired, skid mount or trailer units. P.O.R.

2008 MAULDIN 550E ASPHALT PAVER, 130 hours, Kubota diesel, 8’-13’ screed, steel track, auto auger feed. $34,500

1974 CAT D3 DOZER, 3140 hours, new rebuilt engine and UC, runs very well. $15,000

2009 ATLAS COPCO XAS185 JD7 COMPRESSOR, 15 hours, water cooled JD diesel, 185 cfm, hammer storage compartment. $11,750

APA Announces Historic Industry Unity The Asphalt Pavement Alliance (APA) announced Feb. 17 a historic degree of industry unity and simultaneously launched its new campaign in support of asphalt pavements. The announcements were made at a special press conference during the World of Asphalt 2010 Show and Conference. “This is a great partnership between the State Asphalt Pavement Associations [SAPA], the Asphalt Institute [AI], and the National Asphalt Pavement Association [NAPA]. The state associations are at the grassroots. We’re the ones who are taking the messages to the customers. The alliance has teams working in all the right areas, and the SAPAs have people all over the U.S. — different climates, different terrain, different circumstances — who will be giving us feedback as to what’s needed,” said David Yates, chairman of the SAPA group. Yates is the executive director of the Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association. The unveiling of the new campaign included a policy white paper, a comprehensive technical document, a new Web site at www.AsphaltRoads.org, and a new tagline and imagery.

“Just a little more than a year ago, the alliance restructured itself into teams. Each team’s members include all three groups, NAPA, AI, and SAPA,” said Gaylen Ghylin. “These teams are working in overdrive to provide a constant stream of new publications and products — at least one new product every month this year.” Ghylin, of Commercial Asphalt Co., Minnesota, is a co-chair of the alliance. The engineering team developed the technical document “Perpetual Asphalt Pavements: A Synthesis,” while the advocacy team released the white paper titled “America Rides on Us. Asphalt.” “‘Asphalt. America Rides on Us.’ is our new tagline. It has the perfect double meaning: Asphalt is the pavement material that carries most of the traffic in the U.S., plus it’s a material that Americans can rely on — we’ve got a lot riding on asphalt,” said Mike O’Leary. “Along with the tagline, the alliance also has a new look for ads, trade show booths, and printed materials. The printed materials are available as downloads from our new Web site, AsphaltRoads.org.” O’Leary, who is based in Kentucky,

is ambassador of MeadWestvaco. The Perpetual Pavement concept was first articulated in 2000 and the concept has rapidly gained acceptance. NAPA’s Dave Newcomb, the principal author of the new synthesis document, said that it “captures the activities that have taken place over the last 10 years, synthesizes the information in a way that is useful to providing guidance for Perpetual Pavement design and construction, and provides a vision for further research and development to refine Perpetual Pavements.” Christie Barbee of the Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association, cochair of the Advocacy Team, said that the white paper “lays out the forces that will shape the asphalt market going forward. These forces include tight federal and state budgets creating a fix-it-first mentality, a litmus test for sustainability on all projects, a push toward livable communities, and an emphasis on job creation.” She said the white paper, which is geared toward elected officials and senior DOT executives, establishes that asphalt pavement is the right choice for cost-effectiveness, sustainability, livability and job creation.

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Caterpillar 797F Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$250

Oshkosh Front Discharge Mixer Truck, 1:34 scale ............................................................$70

Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ........................................................$25

Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$80

All New in Box Allis-Chalmers HD-3 Dozer w/Backhoe, 1:16 Scale............................................................$60 Allis-Chalmers HD41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale ..............................................................$190 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$80 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$70 Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 scale............................................................................$65 Bantam C-35 Dragline, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................................$65 Bell B40D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale..............................................................................$50 Bobcat A300 Wheel Loader, 1:25 Scale ..............................................................................$55 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$18 Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loaer ..................................................$50 Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$80 Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grader, 1:87 Scale ......................................................................$25 Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader w/ripper & scarifier, 1:50 Scale ........................................$40 Caterpillar 825 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$35 Caterpillar 420E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................$45 Caterpillar D6K XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale..............................................................$45 Caterpillar D10T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$75 Caterpillar D11R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$45 Caterpillar D11T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$70 Caterpillar 950H Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$45 Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$35 Caterpillar 992 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$50 Caterpillar 994F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$95 Caterpillar 226B2 Skid Steer Loader w/tools, 1:32 Scale ..................................................$30 Caterpillar CB-534D XW Asphalt Compactor, 1:50 Scale....................................................$40 Caterpillar D5G XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$55 Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$40 Caterpillar Vintage Twenty Tractor w/metal tracks, 1:16 Scale..........................................$70 Caterpillar 302.5 Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale......................................................................$30 Caterpillar 320C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$35 Caterpillar 330D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................................................................$70 Caterpillar 511 OB Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................................................................$65 Caterpillar 247B2 Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........................................................$30 Caterpillar 432E Side Shift Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$40 Caterpillar 365C L Front Shovel, 1:50 w/metal tracks............................................................$70 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$45 Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$25 Caterpillar 611 Motor Scraper in display case, 1:64 Scale ................................................$25 Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 Caterpillar 725D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$30

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CEG Scale Models 470 Maryland Drive Fort Washington, PA 19034

Caterpillar 775E Off-Highway Truck in display case, 1:64 Scale........................................$25 Caterpillar 777D Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$40 Hitachi LX70 Wheel Loader, 1:40 Scale ..............................................................................$65 International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$50 JCB 3CX Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale..................................................................................$50 JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 JCB Vibromax VM 115 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$45 John Deere MC Crawler Dozer, 1:16 scale ..........................................................................$75 John Deere 320 Skid Steer Loader, 1:16 Scale ..................................................................$45 John Deere 850J Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$40 Komatsu 960E Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$275 Komatsu PC300LC-8 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$70 Komatsu WA500-6 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................$60 Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$60 Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$55 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................................$75 Komatsu GD655 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale..........................................................................$60 Komatsu WB146 Backhoe Loader w/tools, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 LeTourneau Super C Scraper w/Cab, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$80 Link-Belt 210 X2 Excavator, 1:40 Scale ..............................................................................$65 Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$100 Northwest Model 25-D Backhoe, 1:50 scale ....................................................................$100 Oliver OC-12 Crawler Dozer, 1:16 scale ..............................................................................$50 Oshkosh Front Discharge Mixer Truck, 1:34 scale ..............................................................$70 Peterbilt Tractor/Trailer w/Caterpillar D8R, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$100 Volvo G970 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ..........................................................................$45 Volvo A25C Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$30 Volvo A25D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$45 Volvo A40D Articulated Hauler, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$50 Volvo BL71 Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ............................................................................$45 Volvo EC 210 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$45 Volvo EC210C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$60 Volvo EC240B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$45 Volvo FH12 Tractor/Trailer w/Volvo L150C, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$60 Volvo L90E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 Volvo L60E Wheel Loader w/Attachments, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$65 Volvo L35B Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$45 Volvo L350F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$80

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Authorized Bobcat Dealers

All Bobcat Equipment. All on sale.

CONNECTICUT

NEW YORK

Bobcat of Connecticut, Inc.

Bobcat of Buffalo South

East Hartford 860-282-2648

Chaffee 716-537-2011 • 866-3 BOBCAT

www.bobcatct.com

www.bobcatofbuffalo.com

Bobcat of Connecticut, Inc.

Bobcat of Saratoga

Stratford 203-380-2300

Gansevoort 518-798-9283

www.bobcatct.com

www.bobcatofsaratoga.com

MARYLAND

Bobcat of Buffalo

Bobcat of Baltimore, LLC Middle River 410-483-0600 • 888-628-3542

Lockport 716-625-6092 • 866-3 BOBCAT www.bobcatofbuffalo.com

www.bobcatofbaltimore.com

Bobcat of Central New York

MAINE Jordan Equipment Company Falmouth 207-797-2240 • 800-423-8873 www.jordanequipment.com

MASSACHUSETTS

East Syracuse 315.437.2829 www.bobcatofcny.com

Bobcat of New York City Maspeth 718-366-7930 www.bobcatzone.com

Bobcat of Boston North Reading 978-664-3727 • 800-287-8590 www.bobcatboston.com

Springer’s, Inc. Oneonta 607-432-0171 • 877-463-1093 www.springersinc.com

Pittsfield Lawn & Tractor Pittsfield 413-443-2623 www.plt.com

Robert H. Finke & Sons, Inc. Selkirk 518-767-9331 www.finkeequipment.com

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Springer’s, Inc. St. Johnsville 518-568-2016 • 877-463-1093 www.springersinc.com

Bobcat of Greater Springfield West Springfield 413-746-4647 www.bobcatct.com

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Bobcat of New Hampshire

PENNSYLVANIA

Chichester 603-224-1234 • 877-852-9316

Highway Equipment & Supply Co.

Call us today to take advantage of these limited time offers! Offers end April 30, 2010.

Bobcat of New Hampshire South

www.bobcatnh.com

Drums 570-788-1127 www.hwyequip.com

Hudson 603-579-9955 • 877-601-7973 www.bobcatnh.com

Delaware Valley Bobcat, LLC Hatboro 215-675-3009 www.delawarevalleybobcat.com

NEW JERSEY Garden State Bobcat, Inc. Freehold • Sales 888-GOBCAT1 Rental 877-GSB-BCAT

Grumelli’s Farm Service Quarryville 717-786-7318

www.newjerseybobcat.com *Limited time offer. Available at participating and eligible dealers only. Offer may vary by product type, series, model and select units in dealer inventory. Offers available on new equipment in US and Canada only. Some restrictions apply. Length of contract may vary. Prior purchases not eligible. 15% down payment required for 60-month term. Offer excludes M-Series models. See dealer for details. Financing provided on approval of credit by authorized Bobcat finance providers to well qualified buyers. The rates listed herein do not take into consideration any administrative fees and are subject to change based on the amount of such fees (which may vary). Offer not available to government accounts, national accounts and municipal/utility bid customers. Non-commercial customers may not be eligible for low rate financing. Bobcat Company reserves the right to extend or discontinue any of these programs at any time without prior notice. “Bobcat” is a registered trademark of Bobcat Company. | #0210695

RHODE ISLAND Bobcat of North Jersey, East

J. J. Gregory & Son, Inc.

Totowa 973.774.9500

East Providence 401-434-7700 • 800-556-7512

www.njbobcat.com

www.gquip.com


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Authorized Bobcat Dealers

All Bobcat Equipment. All on sale.

CONNECTICUT

NEW YORK

Bobcat of Connecticut, Inc.

Bobcat of Buffalo South

East Hartford 860-282-2648

Chaffee 716-537-2011 • 866-3 BOBCAT

www.bobcatct.com

www.bobcatofbuffalo.com

Bobcat of Connecticut, Inc.

Bobcat of Saratoga

Stratford 203-380-2300

Gansevoort 518-798-9283

www.bobcatct.com

www.bobcatofsaratoga.com

MARYLAND

Bobcat of Buffalo

Bobcat of Baltimore, LLC Middle River 410-483-0600 • 888-628-3542

Lockport 716-625-6092 • 866-3 BOBCAT www.bobcatofbuffalo.com

www.bobcatofbaltimore.com

Bobcat of Central New York

MAINE Jordan Equipment Company Falmouth 207-797-2240 • 800-423-8873 www.jordanequipment.com

MASSACHUSETTS

East Syracuse 315.437.2829 www.bobcatofcny.com

Bobcat of New York City Maspeth 718-366-7930 www.bobcatzone.com

Bobcat of Boston North Reading 978-664-3727 • 800-287-8590 www.bobcatboston.com

Springer’s, Inc. Oneonta 607-432-0171 • 877-463-1093 www.springersinc.com

Pittsfield Lawn & Tractor Pittsfield 413-443-2623 www.plt.com

Robert H. Finke & Sons, Inc. Selkirk 518-767-9331 www.finkeequipment.com

Bobcat of Worcester REBATES UP TO

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% APR

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* Months

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Springer’s, Inc. St. Johnsville 518-568-2016 • 877-463-1093 www.springersinc.com

Bobcat of Greater Springfield West Springfield 413-746-4647 www.bobcatct.com

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for

Shrewsbury 508-752-8844

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Months*

NEW HAMPSHIRE

You’ll save thousands on Bobcat® loaders, excavators, VersaHandler TTCs, utility vehicles, Toolcat™ utility work machines, and compact tractors. Don’t pass up this opportunity for HUGE SAVINGS on the toughest, most versatile and easy-to-service compact equipment in the industry.

Bobcat of New Hampshire

PENNSYLVANIA

Chichester 603-224-1234 • 877-852-9316

Highway Equipment & Supply Co.

Call us today to take advantage of these limited time offers! Offers end April 30, 2010.

Bobcat of New Hampshire South

www.bobcatnh.com

Drums 570-788-1127 www.hwyequip.com

Hudson 603-579-9955 • 877-601-7973 www.bobcatnh.com

Delaware Valley Bobcat, LLC Hatboro 215-675-3009 www.delawarevalleybobcat.com

NEW JERSEY Garden State Bobcat, Inc. Freehold • Sales 888-GOBCAT1 Rental 877-GSB-BCAT

Grumelli’s Farm Service Quarryville 717-786-7318

www.newjerseybobcat.com *Limited time offer. Available at participating and eligible dealers only. Offer may vary by product type, series, model and select units in dealer inventory. Offers available on new equipment in US and Canada only. Some restrictions apply. Length of contract may vary. Prior purchases not eligible. 15% down payment required for 60-month term. Offer excludes M-Series models. See dealer for details. Financing provided on approval of credit by authorized Bobcat finance providers to well qualified buyers. The rates listed herein do not take into consideration any administrative fees and are subject to change based on the amount of such fees (which may vary). Offer not available to government accounts, national accounts and municipal/utility bid customers. Non-commercial customers may not be eligible for low rate financing. Bobcat Company reserves the right to extend or discontinue any of these programs at any time without prior notice. “Bobcat” is a registered trademark of Bobcat Company. | #0210695

RHODE ISLAND Bobcat of North Jersey, East

J. J. Gregory & Son, Inc.

Totowa 973.774.9500

East Providence 401-434-7700 • 800-556-7512

www.njbobcat.com

www.gquip.com


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OPERATING LOAD LBS. (KG)

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MODEL

OPERATING LOAD LBS. (KG)

520 (236) 550 (249) 700 (318) 1,000 (453) 1,300 (590) 1,500 (680) 1,600 (726) 1,750 (795) 1,850 (839) 2,050 (930) 2,180 (989) 2,690 (1,220) 2,200 (998) 2,500 (1,134) 3,000 (1,361) 3,300 (1,497) 1,100 (499) 1,400 (635) 1,800 (816) 1,900 (862) 2,230 (1,012) 2,570 (1,166) 2,500 (1,135) 3,000 (1,362) 3,100 (1,406) 3,000 (1,362)

20 (14.9) 25 (18.6) 23.5 (17.5) 35.5 (26.5) 49 (16.5) 49 (16.5) 61 (45.5) 49 (16.5) 61 (45.5) 66 (49.2) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4) 75 (56) 75 (56) 81 (60.3) 85 (63.4) 41.8 (31.2) 49 (36.5) 66 (49.2) 66 (49.2) 74.3 (55.4) 74.3 (55.4) 81 (60,3) 81 (60,3) 92 (68,6) 81 (60,4)

36 (91.4) 44 (111.8) 36 (91.4) 50 (127) 62 (157.5) 68 (172.7) 68 (172.7) 68 (172.7) 68 (172.7) 68 (172.7) 74 (188) 74 (188) 74 (188) 74 (188) 74 (188) 74 (188) 50 (127) 56 (142.2) 68 (172.7) 68 (172.7) 74 (188) 74 (188) 80 (203.2) 80 (203.2) 80 (203.2) 74 (188)

160 170 180 190 1110 180T 190T 1110T

1,389 (630) 1,587 (720) 1,808 (820) 2,094 (950) 2,535 (1150) 1,896 (860) 2,094 (950) 2,535 (1,150)

1,500 (681) 1,850 (839) 2,000 (907) 2,200 (998) 2,200 (998) 2,500 (1,134) 2,450 (1,111) 3,000 (1,361)

60 (45) 74 (55) 82 (61) 82 (61) 90 (67) 82 (61) 90 (67) 90 (67)

313 315 318D 320D 326D 328D 332D CT315 319D 323D 329D 333D

1,260 (572) 1,500 (680) 1,800 (816) 2,000 (907) 2,600 (1,179) 2,800 (1,270) 3,200 (1,452) 1,500 (680) 1,900 (862) 2,500 (1,134) 2,900 (1,315) 3,300 (1,497)

SK815-5 SK820-5 SK1020-5 SK1026-5

1,550 (705) 1,900 (864) 2,000 (907) 2,650 (1,205)

850 (386) 1,050 (476) 1,350 (612) 1,650 (748) 1,650 (748) 1,900 (862) 1,900 (862) 2,200 (998) 2,200 (998) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,700 (1,225) 3,850 (1747)

47 (35) 56 (42) 56 (42) 71 (53) 56 (42) 71 (53) 73 (54) 82 (61) 82 (61) 90 (67)

60 (152) 60 (152) 60 (152) 66 (168) 66 (168) 72 (183) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168)

57 (42) 57 (42) 82 (61) 82 (61) 90 (67)

66 (168) 66 (168) 78 (198) 78 (198) 78 (198)

82 (61) 82 (61) 90 (67)

78 (198) 78 (198) 78 (198)

24 (17.9) 35 (26.0) 46 (34.0) 62 (46.0) 62 (46.0) 62 (46.0) 62 (46.0) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 99 (73.8)

1,433 (650) 1,896 (860)

47.6 (35.49) 74.2 (55.33)

45 (34) 45 (34) 58 (43) 63 (47) 70 (52) 80 (60) 89 (66) 45 (34) 58 (43) 63 (47) 80 (60) 89 (66)

59 (149) 59 (149) 63 (160) 69 (175) 73 (185) 77 (196) 78 (198) 61 (155) 72 (183) 72 (183) 79 (201) 81 (206)

53.7 (39.8) 54.4 (40.3) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6)

64.9 (165 ) 65.3 (166 ) 72 (183) 72 (183 )

2012 2026 2041 2044 2054 2056 2076 2086 2700V 2109

850 (386) 1,050 (476.3) 1,350 (612.4) 1,450 (657.8) 1,650 (748.4) 1,900 (861.8) 2,200 (997.9) 2,600 (1,179) 2,700 (1,225) 3,850 (1,746)

24 (17.9) 35 (26.1) 46 (34.3) 47 (35) 47 (35) 62 (46.2) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 99 (73.8)

36 (91.4) 48 (121.9) 55 (139.7) 59 (149.9) 60.7 (154.2) 62 (157.5) 69 (175.3) 69 (175.3) 67 (170.2) 81 (205.7)

NEW HOLLAND L120 L125 L150 L160 L170 L175 L180 L185 L190

600 (272) 700 (317) 1,350 (612) 1,600 (726) 1,765 (801) 2,000 (907) 2,200 (998) 2,500 (1,134) 2,800 (1,270)

18 (13.3) 16.5 (12.3) 38 (28.4) 46 (34.3) 52 (39.3) 60 (45) 74 (55) 82 (61) 90 (67)

35.2 to 40.25 (89 to 102) 35.2 to 40.25 (89 to 102) 60 (152) 63.9 (162) 63.9 (162) 70.6 (179) 71.25 (181) 71.25 (181) 71.25 to 76.4 (181 to 194)

TEREX ASV 35.8 (90.9) 48.4 (122.9) 53.0 (133.4) 62.0 (157.5) 62.0 (157.5) 62.0 (157.5) 62.0 (157.5) 69.0 (175.3) 69.0 (175.3) 72.5 (184.2) 72.5 (184.2) 69.5 (176.5) 81.0 (205.7)

HYUNDAI HSL650-7A HSL850-7A

54 (137) 54 (137) 54 (137) 67 (170) 67 (170) 53.25 (135) 72 (183) 80 (203)

MUSTANG

GEHL Gehl 1640E Gehl 3640E Gehl 4240E Gehl 4640E (T) Gehl 4640E (T-Hi-Flow) Gehl 5240E (T) Gehl 5240E (T-Hi-Flow) Gehl 5640E (T) Gehl 5640E (T-Hi-Flow) Gehl 6640E (T) Gehl 6640E (T-Hi-Flow) Gehl V270 Gehl 7810E (T)

(37) (37) (45) (63) (69) (45) (63) (69)

KOMATSU 59 (150) 59 (150) 59 (150) 72 (183) 59 (150) 72 (183) 72 (183) 72 (183)

CATERPILLAR 216B2 1,400 (635) 226B2 1,500 (680) 232B2 1,900 (862) 236B2 1,950 (885) 242B2 2,100 (953) 252B2 2,500 (1,134) 246C 2,150 (975) 256C 2,350 (1,066) 262C 2,700 (1,225) 272C 3,250 (1,474) Multi Terrain Loaders 247B2 2,050 (930) 257B2 2,500 (1,134) 277C 3,200 (1,451) 287C 3,850 (1,746) 297C 4,200 (1,905) Compact Track Loaders 279C 3,200 (1,451) 289C 3,850 (1,746) 299C 4,150 (1,882)

50 50 60 84 92 60 84 92

JOHN DEERE

CASE 410 Series III, Tier IV 420 Series III, Tier IV 430 Series III, Tier III 435 Series III, Tier III 440 Series III, Tier III 445 Series III, Tier III 450 Series III, Tier III 465 Series III, Tier III

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

JCB

BOBCAT MT52 MT55 S70 S100 S130 S150 S160 S175 S185 S205 S630 S650 S220 S250 S300 S330 T110 T140 T180 T190 T630 T650 T250 T300 T320 A300

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

59.6 (151.38) 72 (182.88)

Terex PT-30 Terex PT-50 Terex PT-60 Terex PT-70 Terex PT-80 Terex PT-100 Terex PT-100 Forestry

1,600 (726) 3,800 (1,724) 3,800 (1,724) 5,500 (2,495) 6,200 (2,812) 7,600 (3,447) 7,600 (3,447)

32.7 (24.4) 50 (37.3) 60 (44.7) 71 (53) 80.5 (60) 99.9 (74.5) 99.9 (74.5)

11 (28) 15 (38.1) 15 (38.1) 15 (38.1) 18 (45.7) 18 (45.7) 18 (45.7)

VOLVO MC60B MC70B MC80B MC90B MC110B

1,400 (635) 1,500 (682) 1,850 (839) 2,000 (907) 2,400 (1,089)

45.4 (33.8) 53.9 (40.2) 67.7 (50.5) 83.5 (62.3) 83.5 (62.3)

59.8 (151.8) 65.3 (165.8) 72.3 (183.8) 72.3 (183.8) 72.3 (183.8)

Despite efforts by Construction Equipment Guide to contact all the manufacturers of skid steers, not all of them appear in this chart.


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2240 Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440 215/822-0145 Harrisburg, PA 717/652-3190 Baltimore, MD 410/247-2100 Delmar, DE 302/846-0224 Odessa, DE 302/449-2850 Downingtown, PA 610/518-5870 Wilkes-Barre, PA 570/824-9891

100%

comfortable

Komatsu skid steer loaders are designed for comfortable operation all day, every day. Making the operator comfortable ensures the highest levels of safety and productivity. Coupled with ease of service, durability, reliability and quality, Komatsu skid steer loaders provide the ultimate comfort and productivity package. • • • • •

Low-effort Proportional Pressure Control (PPC) loader joysticks have optional SAE/ISO pattern changer. Spacious and ergonomically designed operator platform provides exceptional visibility. Standard two-speed transmission makes short work of load and carry operations. Wide-opening rear door and tilt-up engine cover make access to service check and fill points a snap. Radial lift and vertical lift loader models make it easy to choose the right machine for your business.

When you want your skid steer loader to work for you instead of against you, the choice is 100% clear. Put a Komatsu skid steer loader to work today and enjoy the confidence that comes from machines that are…

KA09

100% Komatsu.

866.513.5778

www.komatsuamerica.com

PENNSYLVANIA Pittsburgh, PA 412/343-2300 Clarion, PA 814/226-4100 Clearfield, PA 814/765-4311 Somerset, PA 814/443-2867 Cambridge Springs, PA 814/398-8819 NEW YORK Buffalo, NY 716/877-1992 Henrietta, NY 585/334-6770 Syracuse, NY 315/463-8673 Albany, NY 518/785-4500 Watertown, NY 315/788-5512 Endicott, NY 607/748-3400 Olean, NY 716/372-8822 NEW HAMPSHIRE Manchester, NH 603/627-7696 MAINE Cumberland, ME 207/829-6969 Bangor, ME 207/942-0177 VERMONT East Montpelier, VT 802/223-9689 EDWARD EHRBAR, INC

www.ehrbar.com 4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 914/738-5100 Holbrook, NY 631/563-7600 New York City, NY 718/626-3331 42 Kenosia Ave. Danbury, CT 203/743-0088

BINDER MACHINERY CO.

C.N. WOOD CO, INC.

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT, CO. INC.

EAST PBE, INC.

2820 Hamilton Blvd. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/561-9000 201 North Route 73 Winslow Township, NJ 08095 856/767-5900

Avon, MA 508/584-8484 Woburn, MA 781/935-1919 Whately, MA 413/665-7009 Johnston, RI 401/942-9191

Route 302, P.O. Box 106 Pine Bush, NY 12566 845/744-2006 Holmes, NY 12531 845/878-4004

283 Pane Road Newington, CT 06111 860/665-7470 Fax: 860/665-7478


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CEAttachments’EDGE Power Rake Fit to Use on Iron With Three-Point Hitches

CONNECTICUT AL PRESTON’S GARAGE 810 Howe Ave Shelton, 06484 203/924-1747 PENNSYLVANIA EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP. 953 Bethlehem Pike PO Box 425 Montgomeryville, 18936 215/699-5871 Uwchlan 610/458-7054

The EDGE power rake from CEAttachments Inc. quickly pulverizes soil, removes rock and debris, finishgrades, spreads fill or topsoil and de-thatches. Features include a powerful direct-drive motor turning a bidirectional drum that works the soil forward and backward and long-lasting carbide teeth positioned for maximum coverage. This unit has no gearbox that requires maintenance and is designed for skid steers, backhoes, loaders and tractors with 3-point hitches. The product is available in three widths — 48, 72 and 90 in. (122, 183 and 228 cm). For more information call 866/232-8224 or visit www.ceattach.com.

Skid Steer Grapple Buckets in Several Sizes Join AIM Attachments’ Lineup AIM Attachments now offers a complete line of skid steer attachments. One heavy-duty attachment in the AIM skid steer lineup is the grapple bucket. AIM grapple buckets combine the top features of a low profile bucket, including heavy-duty construction and high visibility design, with the added clamping ability of dual grapple arms. Both cylinders offer guards to protect them from debris and limbs. A reinforced bottom is included for added durability. Grapple buckets feature a close center of gravity to maximize the full lift capacity of the machine. AIM grapple buckets come in several sizes including 60, 66, 72, 78 and 84 in. (152, 167, 183, 198 and 213 cm) widths. They are available for all makes of skid steer loaders with the universal-style hookup. For more information, call 800/803-3365 or visit www.aimattachments.com.

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT INC Mechanicsburg 717/766-7671 Ephrata 717/738-0220 State College 814/353-8400 Valencia 724/898-1535 New Stanton 724/755-0124 MEDICO INDUSTRIES, INC. 1500 Highway 315 Wilkes-Barre 18711 800/633-0027 Route 611 at Shafers School House Rd. Stroud Township 18360 570/420-0877 MARYLAND FOLCOMER EQUIPMENT CORP 629 S. Phila. Blvd Box 340 Aberdeen 410/575-6580 Upper Marlboro 301/627-3938 Baltimore 410/247-7454 Frederick 301/682-4441

AIM grapple buckets combine the top features of a low profile bucket with the added clamping ability of dual grapple arms.

NEW YORK ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT 39 Jersey Street West Babylon 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 www.allisland equipment.com TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT, INC. 6803 Manlius Center Road PO Box 489 East Syracuse, 13057 315/437-1471 800/872-2390 1523 Route 11 North Kirkwood, NY 13795 607/775-5010 800/370-9488 607/775-5104 - fax 300 Middle Road Henrietta, NY 14467 585-334-5120 866-950-6210 585-334-5127 – fax Adams Center 315/788-0200 888/335-0200 315/788-3006 - fax Albany 518/438-1100 800/692-9669 518/438-4430 - fax


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POWERFUL SOLUTIONS

act your full service dealer for more information

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VIRGINIA WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT, INC. Ashland 804/798-9281 Fredericksburg 540/373-7755 Chesapeake 757/543-2273 Manassas 703/330-1333

Takeuchi understands the needs of the industry and responds with solutions. Track loaders feature high sprocket double reduction planetary reduction final drives which provide the most efficient use of power for more traction and digging force. Wheel loaders feature pushbutton 100% front and rear axle differential lock which provides immediate traction for superior digging and lifting power. Excavators feature pressure compensating piston pumps which provide smooth multi-function operation with unmatched breakk out force and control. Driven to provide maximum functionality and performance. Try a Takeuchi and feel the power ®

The Power of Product and Support www.takeuchi-us.com


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Komatsu’s SK815-5 Skid Steer Built for High Performance Komatsu America Corp.’s SK815-5 skid steer loader is equipped with Komatsu’s Automatic Power Control (APC), and a standard two-speed transmission. The SK815-5 offers options and features for a wide variety of construction, utility, agricultural and industrial applications. With a 54-hp (40 kW) engine, the SK815-5 has a 5,785 lb. (2,624 kg) operating weight with a 1,550 lb. (703 kg) operating capacity. The SK815-5 features an auxiliary hydraulic circuit with a maximum flow of 16.1 gpm (61 Lpm), with the option of a “Super Flow” auxiliary hydraulic circuit at a maximum flow at 26 gpm (98 Lpm). Komatsu offers a standard, two-speed, shift-on-the-go transmission with a working speed of 6.5 mph (10.5 kmh) and a travel speed of 10 mph (16 kmh). All instrumentation is located on the operator arm rest bar for easy viewing, and all controls and switches are within easy reach of The SK815-5 features an auxiliary hydraulic circuit with a maximum flow of 16.1 gpm the operator. The SK815’s proportional (61 Lpm), with the option of a “Super Flow” auxiliary hydraulic circuit at a maximum pressure control (PPC) joystick levers are flow at 26 gpm (98 Lpm).

easy to use while still providing easy and accurate control of the machine, according to the manufacturer. Operators have the choice of control patterns: The single lever travel (ISO) allows for fully independent travel and loader control while the popular two stick travel allows individual travel control. Both control patterns are fully hydraulic, adjustment free and maintenance free. With an optional, fully enclosed cab with slide-up overhead front doors, the SK815-5 features an expansive entrance, 360-degree visibility, heating and air conditioning. Other options include ride control, engine air pre-cleaner and suspension seat. Safety features include a backup alarm, horn, retractable seatbelt, and a seat switch and arm rest bar that automatically neutralize machine operations when the operator moves off the seat or raises the bar. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.

Wakeham Equipment Unveils 88LSL Trimmer to Market

Wakeham Equipment’s new 88-in. (223 cm) grade trimmer features replaceable carbide bullet teeth and a flip up cover for throwing material forward in low spots.

Wakeham Equipment LLC recently has branched into manufacturing skid steer loader attachments and machine forms and has unveiled its skid steer trimmer 88LSL. Wakeham Equipment’s new 88-in. (223 cm) grade trimmer features replaceable carbide bullet teeth and a flip up cover for throwing material forward in low spots. The 88LSL trims through hard packed clay as well as a mixture of hard sand, clay and rock mix. Accompanied by a Leica Power grade system, the 88LSL produces an even grade. Additionally, a snap on/off system comes standard with a tri-sonic sensor that can read string-line, curb, ground or matching grade. This feature can be used with other equipment and its easy removal ensures overnight security, according to the manufacturer. Ideal for concrete and landscapers, the 88LSL can trim topsoil to 2-in. (5 cm) for reseeding with the automatic control of slope and elevation sonic sensors. The grade trimmer has a direct drive hydraulic motor with forward and reverse at the flip of a switch. The attachment’s motor hub has been redesigned to be set in. This allows an operator to trim within 1-in. (2.5 cm) of a curb using the adjustable cutting edge and attachable spread auger. Wakeham Equipment will be at World of Concrete Feb. 2 to 5, 2010, at booth C6896. For more information, call 815/520-0352 or visit www.wakehamequipment.com.


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www.jcb.com

A skid steer with a door. Your safety could hinge on it.

JCB–the common sense solution. You wouldn’t climb over the hood of your Ford F-250 to get in, so why do it with a skid steer? Why risk injury by climbing over potentially dangerous attachments, when there is an obvious solution…to use a door. JCB has developed the world’s only skid steer featuring a door. And with five wheeled and three tracked loaders, you’ve also got a whole lot of choices. The JCB skid steer–it won’t hurt to try it! To learn more about our full range of construction equipment visit www.jcbamericas.com.

Earthborne, Inc.

35 Easton Road Warrington, PA 18976 (Philadelphia Area) 215/443-0770 Fax: 215/443-0787

Farm-Rite, Inc.

Construction Farm & Turf 122 Old Cohansey Road Shiloh, NJ 08353 800/752-6373 856/451-1368 Fax: 856/453-9480 3853 Middle Country Road Calverton, NY 11933 631/284-3127

Liftech Equipment Co. 6847 Ellicott Drive E. Syracuse, NY 13057 315/463-7333 4381 Walden Avenue Lancaster, NY 14086 716/684-9040 241 Paul Road Rochester, NY 14624 585/328-6380 2820 Curry Road Schenectady, NY 12303 518/356-5932

9 Beldon Rd. Bloomfield, CT 860/243-9723 33B Commerce Ave. S. Burlington, VT 802/864-0308

MH Equipment Co. 126 Lakeview Dr. Charleston, WV 25313 304/776-6900 Fax: 304/776-6966 jcbmhequipment.com

Valley Supply & Equipment Co, Inc 1109 Middle River Rd Baltimore, MD 21220 800/633-5077 Fax: 410-780-4004 20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 800/336-7414 Fax: 301/797-3126

8192 Euclid Court Manassas Park, VA 20111 800/300-5579 Fax: 703/331-5688

Walsh Equipment Inc. 796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221 walshequipmentinc.com


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DIG-R-TACH Allows for Use Terex Ups Lift Height, Bucket With Large, Small Hydraulics Rollback With Updated PT-30

The Terex PT-30 compact track loader is designed with a 26 percent increase in lift height, a 16 percent increase in operating capacity and a 45 percent increase in bucket rollback.

The 671 DIG-R-TACH Series 16 earth drilling attachment is intended for smaller hydraulic systems, whereas the Series 24 is designed for larger hydraulic systems found with backhoes and excavators.

For greater job site versatility, General Equipment Company’s DIG-R-TACH line allows for use with both small and large hydraulic systems. Ideal for skid steer loaders, small excavators, knuckleboom cranes and small backhoes, the 671 DIG-R-TACH Series 16 earth drilling attachment is intended for smaller hydraulic systems, whereas the Series 24 is designed for larger hydraulic systems found with backhoes and excavators. Featuring a two-speed chain/sprocket drive and a 5 to 20 gpm (19 to 76 Lpm) hydraulic flow range, the Series 16 balances smaller flow volumes in proportion to auger diameters. The result is a cleaner hole with less loose soil and debris. For higher capacity drilling, the Series 24 operates in a 15 to 25 gpm (57 to 94 Lpm) hydraulic flow range

and delivers a maximum drilling torque of 2,018 ft.-lbs. at 2,500 psi. General Equipment Company’s 671 DIGR-TACH series utilizes a drilling industry standard 2 in. (5 cm) hexagon auger drive system, eliminating excessive auger driveshaft wear. A complete line of earth augers up to 36 in. (91 cm) in diameter is available with Pengo-type, cast-steel boring heads and forged teeth for maximum digging performance. For additional drilling depth, fullflighted auger extensions can be added. For those that prefer a round auger drive system, the 753 DIG-R-TACH series offers a 2.6 in. (6.5 cm) auger connection. Installation of all DIG-R-TACH models is simple with a dipper-stick mounting bracket. For more information, call 800-533-0524 or visit www.generalequip.com.

The new Terex PT-30 compact track loader is designed with a 26 percent increase in lift height, a 16 percent increase in operating capacity and a 45 percent increase in bucket rollback to enhance its production while continuing to offer operators the compact and maneuverable operation of its predecessor. “We continue to enhance our compact track loader lineup based on feedback from our distributors and customers,” said Rick Harris, senior product manager, Terex Construction Americas. “The original PT-30 was introduced in 2001 and continues to be one of our best-selling models for small landscapers and construction contractors, landowners, hobby farmers and municipalities. Our goal with the new PT-30 was to update it with the features that are most popular with our other compact track loader models, while keeping the attributes that have made it so well-liked.” The smallest compact track loader in the Terex lineup, the 4-ft. (1.2 m) profile of the PT-30 offers productive work in limited access areas. The 33.7-hp (25 kW) PT-30 offers an operating weight of 3,600 lb. (1,633 kg), a tipping load of 1,900 lb. (862 kg), with a 950-lb. (431 kg) operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load capacity, and a lift height of 101 in. (265 cm). With a low 3.0 psi ground pressure, the PT-30 easily works on soft or sensitive surfaces with minimal damage or impact, according to the manufacturer. Several features on the new PT-30 have

been updated to match the Terex PT-60 model, including the design of the loader arm. The PT-30 comes standard with loadermounted quick attach interface, allowing it to attach to a wide range of attachments including an auger, backhoe, brush cutter, leveler, pallet forks, box rake, snow blade and blower, tiller and trencher, as well as general purpose, light material and multipurpose buckets. Attachments from Terex for the PT-30 are performance-matched to ensure proper fit, balance and operation. The PT-30 is equipped with pilot-operated joystick controls and a comfortable operator station for easy operation. This model comes standard with a general purpose track with the Terex Posi-Track undercarriage technology and suspension, giving the PT-30 more traction, higher flotation and better operating comfort so operators can make full use of the machine’s higher travel speeds. Terex also offers a special Turf Track for the PT-30. Turf Tracks are ideal for landscapers and others working over fragile or improved surfaces. These tracks feature a special smooth tread that allows select Terex compact track machines, including the PT30, to maneuver on virtually any surface with barely a trace. Scuffing and rutting is practically eliminated, even when used in sharp turns. Terex recommends its Turf Tracks for applications where the surface needs special protection and the conditions are generally dry. For more information, visit www.terex.com.


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TRACKS AND TRACK REPAIRS

Ice/Snow Traction Enhancers

LARRY LUGS

NEED PARTS?

Track with Rubber Lugs and Bolt-On

Fits CAT & ASV

BAIR CLAWS

Multi-Terrain Loaders Hydraulic Track Tensioners & Outer Sprocket Tubes

MIGHTY

MUSCLE

MIDLANTIC MACHINERY INC. 2240 Bethlehem Pike, Rt 309 Hatfield, PA 19440 215/822-0145

Mustang Skid Steer models 2044 and 2054 are compact workhorses designed to dig, load and haul the most stubborn material. • With rated operating capacities of 1,450 and 1,650 pounds, and breakout forces of 4,000 and 5,000 pounds, these skid steers provide the muscle you need • Powerful four-cylinder, 49.5-hp, direct-injected Yanmar Tier III diesel engine • Spacious operator’s station with optional suspension seat reduce fatigue after a rugged day on the job

1400 Joh Ave. Baltimore, MD 21227 410/247-2100

• Two hinged doors provide full access to the engine control valve and hydraulic ſNVGTU and cooling systems

G&H SERVICE, INC. Jim Maillet 121B Water St. • Route 206 North • Newton, NJ Imprint 07860 Dealer 973/390-7392 973/383-3370 www.ghserviceonline.com SERVICING YOUR EQUIPMENT NEEDS SINCE 1946

mustangmfg.com

Dick Clark 973/390-7390


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AccuGrade Matches Grading Box With Integrated Control A new laser-based AccuGrade grading system for Cat CSeries skid steer loaders, multi-terrain loaders and compact track loaders combines the capability of the Level Best Grading Box with the C-Series loader’s integral electro/hydraulic controls to create an automated grading system capable of extreme accuracy. The new system establishes flat or single-slope grades to within plus/minus 0.25 in. (plus/minus .6 cm) without grade stakes or the expense of grade checkers and stake-setting surveyors. Machines grade more area per hour and are more fuel-efficient in the process, according to the manufacturer.

The new AccuGrade system works with the loader’s auxiliary-hydraulic system and integral controls to automatically adjust the elevation of the grading-box blade, eliminating undercuts and overfills (no reworks) and assuring that expensive base materials are spread to exact specifications (no penalties or wasted material). Plus, fewer people on site results in greater safety. The Advanced Machine Information and Control System (AMICS) provides an in-cab display showing the blade’s position relative to finished grade. A trigger switch on the implement joystick allows the operator to choose manual or

automatic operation of the grading box, and with the system in its automatic mode, the operator need only steer the machine and control its speed to achieve precise grades. Support wheels ahead of the responsive, well-designed grading box blade extend the loader’s wheel base for smooth cuts.

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New Case Power Side Discharge Bucket Increases Utility Case Construction Equipment’s power side discharge bucket for skid steers and compact track loaders increases machine utility, making it possible to do more work with the same machine. That added productivity means contractors can bid new projects and make more money, according to the manufacturer. The power side discharge bucket collects and discharges sawdust, sand and silage into barns or stalls. It also spreads a variety of other materials, including stone, mulch or aggregate, making the bucket ideal for applications involving road maintenance, landscaping, sandbagging and backfilling trenches. The bucket can be operated with a choice of either a left or right discharge position and has adjustable discharge gates. A sawdust model also is available, featuring an agitator to eliminate clogging. The buckets are available in 60- and 72-in. (152 and 183 cm) sizes for sand applications and 72- and 84-in. (183 and 213 cm) sizes for sawdust. A variety of buckets and more than 75 compatible attachments are available for Case skid steers and compact track loaders. For more information, visit www.casece.com.

Steel Track Option Available for Compact Track Loaders Bobcat Company has introduced an all-steel track option for compact track loaders. The steel track option is similar to the tracks used on bulldozers. Customers who work exclusively in earthmoving or abrasive environments, such as demolition or forestry, will experience increased pushing force and longer life out of the undercarriage, according to the manufacturer. The steel track undercarriage is best suited to contractors working in conditions where rubber or rubber-reinforced steel tracks could become damaged. For instance, the jagged edges of concrete and rebar that demolition contractors encounter and the sharp tree branches forestry contractors come in contact with can quickly wear down or damage rubber tracks. With steel tracks, these customers reduce the potential for downtime. The steel track undercarriage also is recommended for earthmoving contractors because the steel tracks increase the traction of the compact loader. By increasing traction, the operator can move more material in less time. Unlike dozers, compact track loaders are not dedicated to one task. Through the use of attachments, compact track loaders become multifunctional machines and are a good option for contractors looking to lower their fleet overhead by using a single machine to perform many tasks. The new Bobcat steel track undercarriage is available on the Bobcat T250, T300 and T320 compact track loaders. For more information, visit The steel track undercarriage is best suited to contractors working in conditions where rubber or rubber-reinwww.bobcat.com/loaders/product_lines/track. forced steel tracks could become damaged.


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D-Series Skid Steers, CTLs Offer Customer-Inspired Features The introduction of John Deere’s new DSeries skid steer loaders and compact track loaders (CTLs) is the culmination of years of research and a partnership with skid steer owners and operators from around the world — all to ensure D-Series operators have the comfort, features and performance needed to do their best work. “We’ve listened to what customers told us they wanted in skid steer and compact track loaders, and we’ve responded with nine new models that incorporate their suggestions,” said Gregg Zupancic, Deere’s product marketing manager for skid steers and compact track loaders. The 318D, 320D, 326D, 328D and 332D are the new skid steer models, joining the existing small-frame, radial lift 313 and 315. For the compact track loader line, the new 319D, 323D, 329D and a 90-hp (67 kW) 333D join the recently introduced smallframe, radial lift CT315. A ‘Big Man’ Operator Station One of the most dramatic differences in the D-Series is the cab. “Customers have been asking us for more comfortable cabs similar to those found on larger pieces of Deere equipment, so we’ve introduced an all-new operating environment,” Zupancic said. Overall, D-Series cabs feature 24 percent more room than their predecessors and six more inches of headroom. They also are quieter, positively pressurized and easier to get

in and out of, due to a larger door opening. “Even with all the changes, visibility to the work is better than the industry-leading visibility on the previous generation 300 Series machines,” Zupancic said. The 50-percent noise reduction in and around the D-Series cab comes from several sources beyond mere sound absorption, including a hydraulic fan drive, an auto idle feature (which also saves fuel) and the new electronically controlled engines. A high-performance HVAC system includes eight adjustable airflow vents for additional comfort. Big Machine Features “Operators asked us why they can’t get more ‘big machine’ features in skid steers and CTLs, in addition to the bigger, more comfortable cab,” Zupancic explained. “We think they’re right and that’s why we’ve responded with items like the auto idle, an optional reversing hydraulic fan, and an innovative V-Plenum cooling system that provides significantly more cooling capacity and performance.” D-Series skid steers and CTLs have electronically controlled Tier III/interim Tier IV engines coupled with a new auto idle feature, providing quieter operation and fuel savings. The optional reversing hydraulic fan is a variable speed unit working with a computer program that monitors engine and hydraulic fluid temperatures to ramp fan speed up or down as needed.

“Spinning only as fast as needed saves fuel and reduces noise,” Zupancic said. “Like bigger machines, it has ‘cool on demand’-type advantages — one is that there will be less debris intake into the cooling system if the fan runs slower on average throughout the day, another is the reversing option for high-debris applications. If you’re working in a trashy or high-dust environment, you can easily blow debris off the coolers from the comfort of the cab.” V-Plenum cooling, first introduced on Deere four-wheel-drive loaders, has coolers that are significantly larger and taller because they are side by side. These aluminum coolers are protected from air-blown debris damage since the fan is rearward of coolers — the fan is not blasting debris into coolers but instead drawing or sucking air through coolers from the rear. Other benefits of the new fan placement and design: • A large and efficient design for increased airflow. This eliminates recirculation and also reduces air warm-up time of the ambient air drawn past the engine. A “sucker” fan is more efficient than “pusher” fan from an airflow standpoint. • Larger aluminum coolers with more fins made of heat transferring materials. • Side-by-side cooler design — eliminating the pressure drop inherent with stacked coolers along with the debris build-up and cleaning issues. “The cooling system will be a huge benefit to productivity and uptime, because it runs cleaner longer and is easier to maintain, and that will help keep daily operating costs down,” Zupancic said.

For the compact track loader line, the new 319D, 323D, 329D and a 90-hp (67 kW) 333D join the recently introduced small-frame, radial lift CT315.

Power and Customizable Precision “Customers asked us if they could adjust the maximum speed and sensitivity of the boom and bucket when operating in a specific application,” Zupancic said. “They also asked for a creeper mode to slow down wheel speed independently of the engine speed. So we created the enhanced operator productivity option, called the EH performance package, where the operator can make adjustments to create a machine that perfectly fits his application or skill level.” The EH (electro hydraulic) performance package includes switchable controls from the ISO to H pattern, the creeper mode in which the operator can set wheel or track speed in 10-percent increments of the unit’s top speed, and boom and bucket metering, with three different speed settings: Precision/economy (slow), Utility (medium) and Production (fast). Deere engineers also have made adjustments to the mid-frames in the skid steer and CTL line, the 318D, 320D (skid steers), 319D and 323D (CTLs), which allows them to dump into a 10-ft. (3 m) sidewall dump truck, due to an average of four more inches of lift height at the hinge pin. An EH joystick option also is now available. The D-Series keeps many of the productivity features popular from the 300 Series, including planetary gear drives on the CTLs for increased pushing power and reliability, and bucket roll-back and dump angles — retained even while increasing boom and bucket breakout forces. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.

The 318D, 320D, 326D, 328D and 332D are the new skid steer models, joining the existing small-frame, radial lift 313 and 315.


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JCB Upgrades Skid Steer, Tracked Compact Loader Range JCB’s skid steer and compact tracked loader range has been upgraded with an improved cab environment and controllability and an upgraded transmission power-management system. Hydraulic pressures and flows have been boosted across both the wheeled and tracked model ranges, resulting in improvements in breakout forces and attachment performance. The two largest models, the 190 and 1110, are now powered by JCB’s DieselMax engines, which are both Tier IIIcompliant. However, the most noticeable change to the series II machines is the redesigned cab with its smoother overall shape and greatly improved visibility, according to the manufacturer. The door hinge is now positioned on the B pillar of the cab, further improving entry and exit. JCB offers a single-sided loading arm allowing for a full side door to be fitted. This virtually eliminates the risk of danger to the operator. In contrast, other models require the driver to climb over buckets and attachments to enter the

and switch panel. This allows the operator to control attachments and auxiliary hydraulics without having to remove his hands from the controls. Buttons for the horn and electronically grounded attachments are positioned on the left side servo lever. There also is a two-speed travel button beneath the lever head on the 190W and 1110W wheeled models. The right side lever head incorporates a float button along with a proportional switch for the auxiliary controls. An auxiliary hold button is positioned beneath the joystick head. High-flow machines are equipped with a rotary dial on the console that controls travel speed regardless of engine speed. This is useful for attachments such as planning heads that operate with full revs at very slow-speed travel. A transmission power-management system is incorporated on all machines. This system maximizes the

JCB offers a single-sided loading arm allowing for a full side door to be fitted.

Both the 190 and the 1110 models are powered by JCB Tier III DieselMax engines. The four-cylinder engine is rated at 85 hp (63 kW) in the 190 model. In the 1110 model, it is rated at 91 hp (68.6 kW).

front of the cab. The JCB cab environment features smooth lines and plastic moldings. The Series II interior closely resembles other JCB machines, with a near-automotive quality on both the switchgear and control levers. The switches are situated to the front and side of the operator for improved visibility and ease of use. Alarge glass area in the roof further enhances visibility when loading. While a fully enclosed cab remains an option, the glass roof light is standard on all models. The machines benefit from servo-levers as standard. The left side servo control lifts backward like an excavator to further enlarge the door area for ease of entry. The operator benefits from a single arm-hinged restraint bar rather than the traditional up and over restraint. This allows the operator more room and is less restrictive during operation, according to the manufacturer. Many of the auxiliary controls are incorporated in the heads of the servo levers instead of the floor

Many of the auxiliary controls are incorporated in the heads of the servo levers instead of the floor and switch panel. This allows the operator to control attachments and auxiliary hydraulics without having to remove his hands from the controls.

machine’s engine horsepower whatever the site conditions. The result is more power and control. There are five models in the skid steer line-up: the 160, 170, 180, 190 and 1110, plus three compact track loaders: the 180T, 190T and 1110T. High-flow hydraulics are available on all machines except the smallest 160 skid steer. An additional hydraulic filter has been fitted to all models, boosting reliability and component life. Improving machine controllability has resulted in better straight-line travel performance, especially when using a planer. Both the 190 and the 1110 models are powered by JCB Tier III DieselMax engines. The four-cylinder engine is rated at 85 hp (63 kW) in the 190 model. In the 1110 model, it is rated at 91 hp (68.6 kW).


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Compact size, big possibilities.

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up to speed on the latest technologies and ‘best practices’that will drive growth in tomorrow’s economy,” stated Show Director Melissa Magestro. “Our industry has been hit hard by this recession but there is some optimism looking ahead. We received very favorable feedback about the shows’ value in fostering these industry connections to help participants succeed,” Magestro added. “World of Asphalt and AGG1 are industry-run shows, and industry support has been key to their success,” explained Magestro. “We understand that attendees and exhibitors need to carefully evaluate their budgets and time and make choices. Our industry partnerships and co-located events broaden the depth of the show experience for all participants and provide maximum return on investment,” she stated. Co-locating with World of Asphalt and AGG1 in 2010 were the Flexible Pavements of Ohio annual meeting and the Plantmix Asphalt Industry of Kentucky (PAIKY) Winter Training School. Several educational gatherings also would held in conjunction with the shows. These included the AGG1

Academy; the People, Plants and Paving Program; and the Asphalt Pavement Alliance’s Asphalt Pavement Conference. Attendees also had access to the co-located National Traffic Management and Work Zone Safety Power Workshop, sponsored by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA); a NIOSH Seminar on Major Hazard Risk Assessment; a Project Management Essentials workshop; and an OSHA 10-hour course for construction workers certification program. The shows are not held during ConExpo-Con/AGG show years, so in 2011, World of Asphalt and AGG1 exhibitors and products will be spotlighted at ConExpo-Con/AGG, in March 2011 in Las Vegas. The co-located shows return in 2012 — March 12 to 15 in Charlotte, N.C. World of Asphalt is owned by the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) and Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM); AGG1 is owned by the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA). AEM is the producer of the show. see WOA page 100

Komatsu Product Manager Armando Najera Jr. was on hand to answer questions about their new PC200LC-8 hybrid excavator.

Donny Miniard (L) and Dale Russell of Mount Pleasant Blacktop admire a Volvo Blaw Knox PF 6170 asphalt paver.

Territory Manager Tony Wight talks about VT LeeBoy equipment with Tad Cross of TC Paving.

Asphalt Pavement Alliance Co-chair Gaylen Ghylin, executive vice president, Commercial Asphalt, Minnesota, discusses APA new developments and structure.

Roadtec’s Eric Baker discusses some of the engineering efforts behind Roadtec’s work to address coming Tier IV emissions regulations.


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Manitowoc Promotes John Kennedy, Appoints Allen Kadow Manitowoc has promoted sales and marketing for the John Kennedy to vice presiregion. dent of sales and marketing Kadow joined Manitowoc for its crawler crane product in 2000, and began his career line. He will report to Ingo with the company as an Schiller, Manitowoc’s senior inside sales representative. vice president of sales and He most recently held the marketing for North position of manager of prodAmerica. uct marketing and inside Kennedy joined sales for Manitowoc crawler Manitowoc in 1988 as a cranes in North America. product manager and quickLatin America is a key ly moved into a sales role as strategic market for a field sales manager for the Manitowoc as the company midwest and eastern looks toward future growth. Canada. Prior to joining Buchan said Kadow will be Manitowoc, Kennedy responsible for market worked for P&H in an engianalysis and development neering role. for all of Manitowoc’s “John has held a number brands in Latin America. of positions within the com- Manitowoc has promoted John Kennedy to vice presi- Allen Kadow has been named director of marketing of Kadow will work closely pany, including field sales dent of sales and marketing for its crawler crane prod- Manitowoc in Latin America. with Manitowoc’s local manager, vice president of uct line. regional sales and marketing North Central Cranes, direcstaff Kennedy will direct external and internal crawler crane. tor of product support and, most recently, sales administration and marketing for the “Allen will develop and implement stratedirector of sales for major accounts in the Manitowoc crawler crane product line in gic marketing plans for cranes sales and will Manitowoc in Latin America Americas,” Schiller said. “This vast experi- North America. Throughout the next year, he Allen Kadow has been named director of develop aggressive and creative marketing ence has prepared him for success in his new will be heavily involved in the continued marketing of Manitowoc in Latin America. campaigns,” Buchan said. “He also will role. He’s well-liked among our customer testing and development of the Model In this role, he will report to Bruce Buchan, work on our programs designed to strengthbase and understands their business.” 31000, Manitowoc’s largest capacity the newly appointed senior vice president of en brand awareness.”

Julian

Block

Filing Time Reminders When tax time rolls around, most filers receive refunds. But contrary to the expensive lesson many taxpayers have learned, receipt of a refund does not mean that your return will not be audited. It just means that Internal Revenue Service computers reviewed arithmetic and other basic items. So make sure to file away those checks, receipts and other records that back up deductions, credits and other items, as well as copies of returns mailed in or filed electronically. Keep your records at least until the statute of limitations runs out for an audit — generally, three years after the filing deadline. But the Internal Revenue gets six years to check if you understate your income by 25 percent or more. And there is no time limit if the IRS shows you failed to file or you filed a fraudulent return. Despite what you may have heard, the risk of an audit does not decrease by filing

late, rather than early. All returns, whether they are filed early or late, go through IRS computers that scan them for arithmetic errors and single out returns for audit on the basis of a top-secret scoring system. IRS examiners then scrutinize high scorers, as well as some purely random selections, to determine which ones should actually be examined. One important element in the selection process is how the amount one claims on Schedule A of Form 1040 for itemized deductions like real estate taxes and mortgage interest compares with the amounts claimed by others with similar income levels. If you get a computer-generated notification of unreported income, don’t send a payment to the IRS without first checking on whether you actually omitted income. Every year, without fail, the IRS sends out many erroneous notifications concerning,

for example, interest from savings accounts and dividends from stocks. Errors of fact or judgment on your return for tax year 2008 should not still be causing you cold sweat. A recalculation on IRS Form 1040X usually takes very little time, plus whatever money is involved if you feel you owe something. You also can use Form 1040X if you now discover that you overpaid. For instance, you are not stuck if you take the standard deduction and later discover that itemizing for such expenditures as mortgage interest and real estate taxes would have been more advantageous. Use Form 1040X to amend your return and switch to itemizing, provided you do so within three years after the filing deadline for your return. IRS Publication 556, Examination of Returns, Appeal Rights, and Claims for

Refunds, provides helpful information not contained in the instructions that accompany Form 1040X. IRS forms and publications are available without charge. Call a toll-free number, 800-TAX-FORM (allow ten days for mailing), or download them from the agency’s Web site, www.irs.gov. Free help on ways to trim taxes for this year and get a head start for next year is available from Julian Block, a nationally recognized attorney and author based in Larchmont, N.Y. He has been cited as “a leading tax professional” (New York Times), “an accomplished writer on taxes,” (Wall Street Journal) and “an authority on tax planning” (Financial Planning Magazine). Email julianblock@yahoo.com to request a complimentary PDF file. The file contains newspaper and magazine articles that offer advice on tax strategies. Learn to sidestep pitfalls and take advantage of frequently missed, perfectly legal opportunities that can save thousands of dollars. Information about Block’s books is on his Web site, www.julianblocktaxexpert.com.


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Meet any screening challenge Whatever your application, there is a Lokotrack ST mobile screen that can handle it. Metso offers the widest selection of heavy-duty, dependable tracked screens to meet any challenge, from aggregates processing to soil to demolition and recycling.

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ASV Rubber Track Loaders...

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The PT-70 is a high-performance loader with premium features and exceptional value. It works productively in a wide range of applications using an advanced rubber track undercarriage with suspension for maximum traction, flotation and operator comfort. With a narrow machine width, the PT-70 can easily maneuver and operate in confined or congested work sites.

PT-80

PT-100

The PT-80 is a world-class rubber track loader that digs hard and travels fast. Multi-level suspension maximizes traction and gives a smooth and stable ride. A two speed drive system lets you choose between fast travel and high torque. Auxiliary hydraulics include powerful high flow and variable control low flow. The operator station is spacious and can be customized with many options.

The PT-100 is the largest, most powerful rubber track loader. It features a suspended undercarriage with wide rubber tracks for productive operation, even in the worst ground conditions. A powerful high-flow auxiliary hydraulic system and a high capacity cooling system lets you tackle tough, demanding jobs all day long. The PT-100 includes a comfortable operator station, ergonomic joysticks and a load sensing hydraulic system.

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BE PREPARED: WHEN YOU PUT THIS KUBOTA TO WORK, EVERYONE WILL WANT A TURN. The New Kubota L39 Tractor/Loader/Backhoe Auto-leveling valve keeps bucket or pallet forks level Glide Shift Transmission 39 HP Kubota diesel engine IntelliPanel™ digital information center Side position display for better visibility and faster, safer operation Slanted hood for better visibility Side mounted loader control with arm rest Quick-attach backhoe exposes independent PTO

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Admar Supply Company, Inc. Rochester, NY 14623 585/272-9390 Vestal, NY 13850 800/836-2367 607/798-0333 www.admarsupply.com

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Harter Equipment, Inc Millstone Twp, NJ 08535 732/446-7600 1-888-HARTER-1 Marshall Machiner y, Inc. Honesdale, PA 18431 570/729-7117

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LIBRAX www.libraxworktool.com 80 Dow Road Gorham, ME 207/839-8820 888/839-5008

MIDLANTIC MACHINERY INC. 2240 Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440 215/822-0145 Harrisburg, PA 717/652-3190 Wilkes-Barre, PA 570/824-9891 Delmar, DE 302/846-0224 Odessa, DE 302/449-2850 Baltimore, MD 410/247-2100

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Organizations Join to Promote Rental Industry Worldwide The Global Rental Alliance held wide awareness through individuals its eighth annual meeting in Orlando, of the equipment rental industry. The Fla., where representatives from 37 program, which debuted in late countries were in attendance for The 2008, has supported three internaRental Show 2010. Discussion tional exchanges to date. Future focused on the current economic exchanges are being planned for the environment and future projections fall of 2010. for rental businesses represented by The alliance organizations meet as each of the organizations. Additional a group formally on a semi-annual topics included insurance, safety/risk basis and share information on initiamanagement, sustainability and cortives throughout the year. This has porate social responsibility, and brought about an increased awareequipment theft prevention and ness of overall priorities internationrecovery, areas in which the organially, which serves to strengthen both zations share information and work the strategic outlook and the collectogether for the collective good of tive resources of each association their members. within the alliance, according to The Global Rental Alliance is a members. partnership among seven rental/hire “ARA has gained substantial organizations throughout the world, (L-R front row) are Andrew Paquette, president, Canadian Rental Association (CRA); Graham understanding of rental priorities including the Canadian Rental Arundell, managing director, Hire Association Europe (HAE); Chris Wehrman, CEO, American around the globe that are pertinent Association (ARA); Phil Newby, CEO, Hire & Rental Industry Association (HRIA-Australia); within the program work of the assoAssociation, DLR (France), Rental Michel Petitjean, secretary general, European Rental Association; (L-R back row) are Wayne European Rental Association, Hire & Beckett, senior vice president, CRA; Terry Douris, president, HAE; Kevin McGuinness, chairman, ciation. The alliance has developed Rental Industry Association HAE; Buddy Stubbs, chairman of the board, ARA; Peter Lancken, board representative, HRIA; and into an excellent forum for our asso(Australia), Hire Association Europe, Neil Wallis, national president, HRIA. ciations, providing leadership for the Hire Industry Association of New industry on a global platform,” said During the meeting, the members deter- Foundation. The program advances publicly Chris Wehrman, executive vice president Zealand and American Rental Association (ARA). The purpose of the alliance is to mined next steps for the Global Rental through participants the alliance goal to edu- and CEO of ARA. increase the profile of equipment rental Alliance International Rental/Hire Exchange cate, promote careers in rental and build For more information, visit Program, administered by the ARA leadership for the industry, increasing world- www.GlobalRentalAlliance.com. worldwide and build global understanding.

Kobelco Announces Strategy for Meeting Tier IV Interim Emissions Requirements Kobelco Construction Machinery America recently announced its strategy to meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s Tier IV interim emissions requirements that begin in 2011. Introduced in two phases, Tier IV regulations represent the biggest reduction in heavy equipment emissions to date. Tier IV final emissions requirements, which take effect in 2014, will reduce particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by 90 percent, compared to Tier III requirements. To address Tier IV requirements across the full line of Kobelco excavators, the company will rely on two technologies: selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR). Kobelco developed its SCR and CEGR technologies to ensure that its customers continue to receive the performance, fuel efficiency and reliability they expect from their Kobelco excavators, while delivering substan-

tially reduced emissions required by Tier IV regulations. The goal is to produce excavators that comply with the new requirements, while continuing to meet customers’ needs for productivity, fuel efficiency and reliability, according to the manufacturer. The introduction of SCR and CEGR technologies on its excavators in 2011 gives Kobelco an advantage in terms of the research and development needed to meet Tier IV final emissions requirements beginning in 2014. The investment in R&D will enable it to focus on developing the next generation of productive, fuel efficient and reliable excavators for its customers. SCR Technology SCR is a cool-running system that is separate from the main engine function. This technology enhances engine performance without compromising horsepower or torque. The SCR after-treatment system trans-

forms the NOx produced during the combustion process into nitrogen and water, which occur naturally in the atmosphere, through a chemical reaction with a Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). SCR is extremely fuel efficient because it allows the engine to generate maximum power and optimizes the combustion process. CEGR Technology CEGR provides a user-friendly solution without any change in the operation of the machines. This solution relies on an exhaust filter system to remove PM from the exhaust. By lowering the combustion temperature with a partial exhaust gas recirculation system, CEGR also reduces the production of NOx inside the engine. CEGR provides performance with durability and low maintenance costs, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.kobelco.com.


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CHESAPEAKE SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 8366 Washington Blvd. Savage, MD 20763 410/792-4750 800/483-0885 Fax: 410/792-2854 12915 South Dupont Highway Felton, DE 19943 302/284-1000 Fax: 302/284-2200 www.equipmentbychesapeake.com ABC GROFF, INC 110 S Railroad Avenue New Holland, PA 17557 800/346-8319 717/354-4191 Fax: 717/355-2272 www.abcgroff.com SMITH TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT INC. 15 Hillcrest Avenue Washington, NJ 07882 908/689-7900 Fax: 908/689-8942 ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 2765 Galloway Road Bensalem PA 19020 215/639-9800 1-800/223-1202 Fax: 215/639-9802 www.asphaltcare.com POWERCO, INC. 370 Route 173 P.O.Box 4995 Clinton, NJ 08809 908/735-2149 800/232-7232 7247 Penn Drive Allentown, PA 18106 800/360-1128 610/395-3775 GEORGE & SWEDE 7155 Big Tree Road Pavilion, NY 14525 800/724-8722 Fax: 585/584-8853 www.georgeandswede.com PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR 1548 W. Housatonic St. Pittsfield, MA 01201 www.plt.com 413/443-2623 Fax: 413/499-0023 E.W. SLEEPER COMPANY, INC. 391 Loudon Road Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 800/358-6007 Fax: 603/225-4918 www.ewsleeper.com G & H SERVICE, INC. Route 206 North, 121 Water St. Newton, NJ 07860 973/383-3370 Fax: 973/383-5756 Toll Free: 800/545-1278 www.ghserviceonline.com


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New Holland B Series Loader Backhoes Named in Top 100 Construction Equipment magazine named the New Holland Construction B Series loader backhoes as one of the Top 100 Products of 2009. The six models in the B Series (B90B, B95B, B95B TC, B95B LR, B110B and B115B) were recognized in the heavy earthmoving category as some of the most innovative products. The publication honored New Holland for the curved boom and one-touch flip-up hood featured on the new series of loader backhoes. The curved boom lowers the transport height by 6 in. (15 cm) and allows for greater digging forces and digging depths. The one-touch flip-up hood is easy to open, and provides wide, easy access for routine maintenance needs. Construction Equipment editors annually select the 100 most exciting product introductions of the year. Advances in technology, new product lines, and significant improvement to existing products are considered to determine the top 100. The six models in the B Series range in gross horsepower from 95 to 110 (71 to 82 kW) and feature Tier III-certified turbo-charged 4.5-L engines. The loader backhoes excel in tough digging conditions, with loader breakout forces ranging from 12,169 lbs. (5,520 kg) to 15,212 lbs. (6,900 kg). For more information, visit www.newholland.com.

The six models in the B Series were recognized in the heavy earthmoving category as some of the most innovative products.

Dave

Barry

Revolt of the Rodents Once again, we are forced to ask ourselves, as a society, whether nature should be legal. Consider a story from the June 22 Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader, written by Paul Tracy and sent in by alert reader Arnie Alpert. This story states that on June 20 a Laconia, N.H., police officer was called to the municipal water-treatment facility in response to — and as you read this column, please bear in mind that I am not making any of these newspaper quotations up — “a report of a suspicious-acting woodchuck that would not let people out of the building.” The officer sized up the situation and, according to the story, “determined that the animal needed to be euthanized and tried to run it over with his cruiser.” So far, so good. Law-enforcement experts will tell you, after they’ve had a few belts, that in a situation where a member of the marmot family is holding people hostage in a sewage plant, the textbook response is to drive a police car over the alleged perpetrator, then, if necessary, advise it of its rights. Unfortunately, things did not go exactly according to plan. The story quotes a plant employee as saying, “When he got out after running over it, I think he thought it was dead; then the thing sprung up and attacked him.” At this point, the officer — and if you have never been attacked by a woodchuck, then do not secondguess this decision — pulled his 9 mm revolver and

commenced firing. “We think he emptied a clip,” a plant employee is quoted as saying, “but we could only find eight casings on the pavement.” The story states that during the battle, the officer, seeking to escape the woodchuck, “jumped up on the cruiser and injured his knee.” Fortunately, before anybody else could be hurt, the woodchuck went to that Big Burrow in the Sky. I wish I could tell you that this was an isolated incident. I wish I could look you in the eyeball and say, “This was just one lone disgruntled woodchuck, possibly a former postal employee, who fortunately will never again terrorize humanity, due to a quick-acting police officer, who, fortunately, was not carrying nuclear weapons.” But I cannot say that. For one thing, I lack the lung capacity. For another thing, I have here an article from the Gaithersburg (Md.) Gazette, written by April E. Fulton and sent in by several alert readers, which stated, “Nine residents of the South Village area of Montgomery Village — two adults and seven children — were playing near Docena Court on the morning of June 15 when they suddenly were charged by a band of about a dozen squirrels.” The article quotes one of the women — who was bitten on the foot — as saying: “We were just playing in the yard, like we do every day, and suddenly, out of

nowhere, about 12 squirrels started charging us, making these high-pitched, shrill noises.” A neighbor is quoted as saying: “The squirrels that day went crazy.” The article states that on June 21, a representative of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources inspected the area and “found no abnormal behavior from the squirrels.” Of course not. They may be squirrels, but they are not stupid. They’re not about to go after a government official, not after what happened to the woodchuck. No, they put on a cute little Walt Disney show for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, squeaking and scampering around with acorns in their cheeks. But you may rest assured that as soon as the coast was clear, they resumed smoking tiny cigarettes and planning their next attack. They will stop at nothing, as we can see from the following headline from a Sept 2, 1994 front-page article in the Missoula Missoulian, written by Michael Downs and sent in by many alert readers: FLAMING SQUIRRELS IGNITE FIRE. The story states that “two electrocuted squirrels fell from a power line Thursday morning, their flaming bodies igniting a small grass fire near Tarkio.” A fire official is quoted as saying that it could have been a male and a female squirrel engaged in an act of “burning rodent passion.” (The fire official does not point out that both “Rodent Passion” and “Flaming

Squirrels” would be excellent names for rock bands; this was probably just an oversight.) At this point, you’re saying: “Dave, you have presented ample journalistic evidence here to prove that the animal kingdom is attempting, for whatever reason, to wipe out the entire human race. But at least members of the news media are safe!” I wish I could agree, but, tragically, I cannot — not in light of a recent Associated Press item from Kennewick, Wash., sent in by several alert readers, which begins: “A TV reporter’s hair gel apparently attracted a swarm of bees that stung him more than 30 times yesterday.” The reporter was doing a story about beekeeping when the attack occurred; the story states that the beekeeper, in an effort to help, covered the reporter’s head with a protective hood, but unfortunately, the hood “also turned out to contain bees.” I am sure that you, as a person concerned about the First Amendment, have the same reaction to this story as I did, namely: How come this never happens, oncamera, to my local TV reporters? Until we get solid answers to this and many other questions raised by this column, I am urging everyone to avoid all contact with nature in any form, including vegetables. Speaking of which, you should also write your congressperson. © 2008 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared Sept. 10, 1995.)


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It’s that time of year again and as usual, I’m a nervous wreck. My pulse rate has almost doubled. I’m wringing my hands a lot. Having trouble sleeping, even breathing. I’m having anxiety attacks. Can’t concentrate for more than six, seven minutes at a time. No, no, it’s not because winter is winding down and I can’t wait to break out the golf clubs. It’s not because the Masters tournament is less than a month away and we still don’t know if Tiger Woods will come out of hiding and tee it up at Augusta. It’s not because this is tax season — heck, it’s always tax season in New York State. My problem is … March Madness. The NCAA basketball tournament is starting and I’m already getting stomach cramps. I can’t figure out if I should call in sick every Thursday and Friday for the next four weeks or just take vacation days. Whatever works, ‘cause I couldn’t live with myself if I miss one minute of even one game. At least there will be timeouts and commercial breaks, so I can throw together a sandwich or run to the restroom when necessary. Or, maybe I’ll camp out at a local sports bar where there are umpteen HD television sets and chow down on burgers and chicken wings. OK, that’s enough. Are you buying into all that? If so, you would definitely be interested in a gold mine I have for sale out west. Look, the NCAA basketball tournament is a pretty cool event. But if my alma mater, Northwestern State U. of Louisiana, isn’t in the field or I don’t have an interest in a particular team, I can take it or leave it. Sure, I was wired a couple of years ago when the NSU Demons upset Big Ten champion Iowa 64-63 in the first round when Jermaine Wallace made a 3-pointer as time ran out. I watched the entire game and cheered when Wallace hit nothing but net. Otherwise, I am not addicted to the tournament. Somewhat interested, yes, but that’s about it. I don’t fill out the brackets and agonize over my picks. Oh sure, it would be great to see Syracuse win the national championship and maybe that 78-68 loss to Louisville March 6 will get them off cruise control and get them cranked up to make a run at the title. Otherwise, my favorite teams in the tournament are the doubled-figure seeded teams — 10th to 16th. I pull for the underdogs, the nobodies of college basketball, to beat the

big-time bullies of the game. And if it’s convenient to watch one of those, I will, but whether I do or don’t and “my” team loses, my response is “oh well,” not deep depression. I would love to see, say, Morehead State and Chattanooga in the finals. Of course, that won’t happen unless one day the sun rises in the west and sets in the east. Meanwhile, on a related subject, the National Collegiate Asinine Association is well on its way to making March Madness even madder by expanding the tournament field to 96 teams. That supposedly would add 31 games to the tournament and bring in more cash from television, etc. It has been reported that the NCAA is negotiating contracts with some of the networks. Shocking news, huh? Of course, the NCAA, one of the phoniest organizations on our planet, will not allow even an eight-team Division I college football tournament to decide the national champion. It’s OK, though, for the Division II and III schools to have a tournament. Adding two weeks to the college football season would be too demanding on the “student athletes” because they would miss too much class time, the NCAA has said. Ah, but expanding the D-I basketball tournament from three weeks to five weeks makes perfect sense. Why? The NCAA would never admit it if you tied it to a tree and beat it with a rubber hose, but again, it’s all about money. And money not only talks, it provides excused absences from class, does homework, and takes exams. A 96-team tournament would not only water down the regular season, but also provide more pushover opponents for the aforementioned bullies to beat up. It’s almost a cinch to happen, though, no matter who approves or disapproves, as long as the keeper of the NCAA coffer approves. Anyway, all you hoop lovers out there, enjoy March Madness. And I’ll be pulling for … let’s see, St. Mary’s, Wofford, Siena, and Old Dominion, four of the 98-lb. weaklings who have qualified for the tournament. (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s e-mail address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com. )


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VERMONT Beauregard Equipment Colchester (802) 893-0025 Terex Powerscreen equipment was on display at the Aggcorp exhibit. (L-R) are Aggcorp’s Rob Armbruster, John Fork, and Ross Duff; Terex Powerscreen’s Tyler Trowbridge; Aggcorp’s Sean McIvor; and Powerscreen of Michigan’s Don Northey Sr.

(L-R): Attendees Todd Guthrie, Chuck Bunn, Matt Phillips and Jeff Walters get a closer look at the HAMM HD 140 oscillating roller.

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The jam-packed show floor covered 87,000-plus net sq. ft. of exhibit space, compared to the 2009 total of 85,900 net sq. ft.

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Hyundai R380LC-9 Excavators Feature New Technologies The R380LC-9 excavator has New Tier III Cummins engine an operating weight of 84,220 lbs. technology in the R380LC-9 pro(38,201 kg) and comes equipped vide electronic control with maxwith a 21 ft. 4 in. (6.5 m) boom imum horsepower and optimal and 10 ft. 6 in. (3.2 m) arm and a torque. Harnessing the newly 1.89 cu. yd. (1.4 cu m) heavy duty improved engine and hydraulic bucket. All Hyundai machines technologies, the new CAPO include a bucket within the base (Computer Aided Power machine price. Optimization) system offers a All 9 series excavators include user friendly interface and custhe following in the base machine tomizable machine operation price: heated air-ride suspension through power mode, work mode seat, transparent skylight, CD and user mode selection. player — radio with mp3 input Ensuring machine performance and remotely mounted controls, and reduced maintenance issues, adjustable sunshades, cup holders, all Hyundais include the HI-mate hands-free cell phone mode, ultra remote management system bright 7 in. color cluster display, which uses GPS – Satellite techcontrol pattern selector valve, batnology and a user friendly, intertery cut-off switch, lockable fuel net-based system to access critical cap, right and left side boom flood The R380LC-9 has an operating weight of 84,220 lbs. (38,201 kg) and comes equipped with a 21 ft. 4 in. machine information from anylights, HI-mate (remote manage- (6.5 m) boom and 10 ft. 6 in. (3.2 m) arm and a 1.89 cu. yd. (1.4 cu m) heavy duty bucket. where in the world. HI-Mate servment system), and Hyundai’s ice is provided free of charge for urations for the most ergonomic operator defrosting and better air circulation. the first 3 years of ownership. Total Coverage Warranty. All 9 Series models feature a new larger, preference. The operator can adjust the Visibility is significantly enhanced now with Each new 9 series machine comes with operator’s cab with additional sound proof- height of each control console individually a larger one-piece right side window, larger Hyundai’s “Total Coverage Warranty,” rear window, smaller front window seam which includes 3 years or 3,000 hours of full ing insulation and a reinforced structure for a for optimum access to the joysticks. A redesigned air conditioning and heating and upper transparent skylight. Storage com- machine warranty, 5 years or 10,000 hours quieter and safer operating experience. The heated air-ride seat and control consoles are system provides enhanced climate control partments and cup holders are placed in con- of structural guarantee, 3 years of free fluid fully adjustable with infinite custom config- with 20 percent more output, improved venient locations for optimal access. analysis, and a free initial service call.


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neers, he has come away expecting some “serious” stimulus-funded infrastructure work — major bridges and off-ramps — in the third quarter of the year. “That kind of work might take a little of our equipment.” Last spring, a Maryville, Mo., contractor, Loch Sand and Construction Company, won one of the first stimulus contracts let in the country. Four projects were handed out by the Missouri Department of Transportation in January contingent on passage of the Recovery and Reinvestment Act the following month. Work on all four jobs ensued the day of the signing. Loch’s $14.5 million job entailed milling off 7 mi. of Interstate 35 in Missouri and overlaying 8 in. of concrete as well as pouring four bridge deck replacements. “We had about 40 people on that job.” recalled Rob Loch, a principal of the com-

pany who works from the firm’s Kansas City office. “Without that job we wouldn’t have had a place to put about 35 of those people. Without the stimulus, I would think construction work in Missouri and Kansas would have been substantially smaller last year.” But Loch voiced underlying concern about the debt incurred by Washington to float the stimulus funding package. Combined with other federal borrowing, the debt could be reaching a critical mass, he acknowledged. “I don’t like to spend money we don’t necessarily have,” he said, “but at least the country is getting a substantial product out of it.” Niederriter made the same point from his office in Pennsylvania. “The stimulus is not a social program,” he said. “This beats just giving money away. We’re giving back a product, a service

that’s needed.” Nevertheless, the immediate and future cost of the stimulus initiative worries some economists — and possibly some contractors. In April 2009, USA Today quoted Dr. Eric Fruits of Economics International, a Portland, Ore., firm. The economist was asked how effective he believed the stimulus package would be. He responded that the borrowed money would have to be repaid and when payment time comes, “a job today may come at the cost of someone not having a job in two or three years.” When contacted in late February, Fruits continued to express skepticism. “Any sort of money you throw out there is going to have some sort of positive impact,” Fruits acknowledged in a phone interview, “but the objective of the stimulus was to jumpstart the economy, to prime the pump, or as some people put

it, to put the paddles on the patient. I don’t think it really has been demonstrated that the stimulus is what has gotten the economy moving.” Even with a larger chunk of ARRA funding coming into the marketplace in 2010, Fruits and other economists are concerned that the eventual 2011 drop-off in stimulus funding will spark a regression in economic activity and job growth. “And in the long run,” Fruits said, “it is going to really drag down the economy. The huge deficits are going to become a drag on the economy. Unless we have blockbuster growth in the next five to 10 years, that’s the way it will play out.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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2005 Kobelco SK80MSR, only 877 hours, swing boom, 18’’ rubber tracks, backfill blade, 24’’ bucket, very clean, excellent overall..........$42,000. Please call Frank Horan Trico Equipment 732-674-2095 1985 Cat 235...............$29,500 1994 Komatsu PC 200-6 ....................................$34,000. 1006 Cat 312..............$33,000. Call 973-886-2400

Mini Excavators 2006 Komatsu PC50MR-2, 1500 hours, blade, rubber tracks, canopy, pattern changer......................$28,000. 2005 Komatsu PC35 MR-2, 1700 hours, blade, rubber tracks, canopy, pattern changer.......................$18,000. Call Dean Frey Equipment 973-875-7888 2003 Kubota KX-161, cab w/AC, rubber tracks, dozer blade w/hyd. thumb & 2 buckets, good condition, 2600 hours, pictures available ..................................$33,000. Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381

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Rough Terrain Forklifts 1997 Lull 844C-42, 5500 hours, 8000# lift, 42’ reach ..................................$19,500. Call Dean Frey Equipment 973-875-7888


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GENERATORS

1995 John Deere 310D ....................................$20,000.

Generators & Gen Sets

Call 973-886-2400

Caterpillar Generator Sets 15KW to 1750KW Day, Week or Month with trailer, fuel tank, enclosure

2007 Kubota B21, s/n 64871, ROPS/FOPS, 56’’ loader bucket, 16’’ bhoe bucket, front & rear lights, 3pt hitch kit, excellent condition, 580 hours ....................................$17,900.

Alban Engine Power, Inc. Baltimore 301/796-8000 Washingotn DC 621-1424

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2009 John Deere 110, aux. hyd., 66’’ front bucket, 24’’ rear bucket, mint condition, 100 hours...........................$39,000.

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Skid Steer Loaders 2006 Gehl 4840E, s/n 04840H00409540, rebtal fleet, cab w/heat, 60 HP Deutz, T-bat controls, 66’’ bucket, single speed, excellent condition, 260 hours...........................$22,000. Harter Equipment Inc. Sean Sheehan 732/446-7600

LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT

2007 Takeuchi TL140, rubber track loader, bucket, warranty left on machine, very good condition, 1000 hours.............. ................................$37,000.

Misc. Landscape Equipment

Al Preston’s Garage 203/924-1747

Gehl Skid Steer Loaders, Excavators, Track Loaders, Attachments! Rent or Purchase Norris Sales Company 610/279-5777

Track Loaders Backhoe Loaders NEW & USED BACKHOE LOADERS Eagle Power & Equipment Montgomeryville PA 215/699-5871 New Castle DE 302/652-3028 Eagle PA 610/458-7054 2005 Cat 420D, 972 hours ..................................$49,000 2006 Cat 420EIT, 773 hours ..................................$65,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 1999 John Deere 310SE, EROPS, 4WD, E-stick, GP bucket.........................$25,000. Call Dean Frey Equipment 973-875-7888

2000 John Deere 270 II, ROPS, 8500 lb., single speed, 84’’ bkt, 21.3 gpm...... $21,500. 2002 Bobcat S300, cab w/air, bucket, hi-flow, 25 hp, 300 lb cap., good condition, 2144 hours......................$24,000. Erb & Henry Equip Inc 610/367-2169 2008 John Deere 317, 66’’ bucket, suspension seat, chrome stack, mint condition, 10 hours.....................$24,500. LaPietra Machinery & Equipment 800-942-9950 2001 Case 95XT, hi-flow, 2183 hours, hyd. cplr...........$19,500. Hyd. Harley Rake available w/bkt. for $3,800.

Trojan 1900, s/n 12989, 4WD, cab, 4, 2000 lb bucket, cab, 453 GMC, needs brake work..............................$4,500. Erb & Henry Equip Inc 610/367-2169 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381 2006 Cat 904B, 3,456 hours ....................................$29,000 2005 928GZ, 2519 hours ....................................$87,300 2006 Cat 938GII, 2,552 hours .................................$119,000 2006 Cat 938GII, 441 hours .................................$129,000 2006 Cat 972H, 3,180 hours .................................$229,000 2003 Cat 980G, 7251 hours ................................$199,000 1998 Cat 990..........$599,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Track Loaders 2004 CAT 953C S/N BBX328, EROPS, A/C, new paint, 2830 hours, pins/bushings turned. $57,500 Machinery Services Royersford, PA Jerry Holleran 610-733-9511 2006 Cat 953C, 1004 hours ..................................$135,000 Cat 953C, 3577 hours ..................................$115,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

UTILITY VEHICLE 2004 John Deere HPX 4x4 diesel, front bumper, electric lift, like new, 141 hours $6,950. Erb & Henry Equip Inc 610/367-2169 NEW PARTS Hyundai - Mustang Okada - Sakai Yanmar Call: John Stevens or Jeff Brooks G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 Fax: 373/383-5756 1987 Cat 963, s/n 21Z1370, Balderson coupler, S/D bucket, forks, new U/C, engine, HPCU C/P..............................$34,800. 1995 Cat CP563C Padfoot Roller, excellent shape, 50% rubber.........................$29,600. 1990 Dresser 6200, s/n 4230, aux. hyd., JRB coupler, 42’’ magnet (hyd)..............$71,200. 1996 Hyundai 210LC, s/n 10025, 50’ long front, excellent shape, aux. hyd..........$69,800.

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2006 Kubota RTV900, s/n KRTV900A61054815, ROPS/FOPS, 22 HP diesel, 3speed VHT trans, front brush guard, hydr dump, Camo paint, excellent condition, 555 hours.............................$7,900. Harter Equipment Inc. Sean Sheehan 732/446-7600 Ext 206

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MISCELLANEOUS

2007 Kubota R520 S1, s/n 11037, rental fleet, ROPS/ FOPS, 1 cu. yd. bucket, 2 speed HST, Universal QC, excellent condition, 360 hours...........................$37,900.

PARTS

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6S8800MT Link Assy., (2), 36 section, dry, master pin, 9/16’’ bolt........................$849.00 Ea. 6S605MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, dry, split master, 9/16’’ bolt........................$874.00 Ea. 6S9066MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ...........$1,099.00 Ea. 6Y1339MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ...........$1,105.00 Ea. 3T6705MT Link Assy., (2), 37 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt............$1,150.00 Ea. Komatsu D30A, D31A, D31B, D37E, D31S, D31P... 6.0126 Pitch TR1103211292 Track Pad, (118), 14’’ single grouser, 14mm bolt................$7.39. Ea. TR1113000260 Top Roller (2), complete w/shaft....$82.00. Ea. TR1113000281 Bottom Roller (9), double flange.......... .............................$103.00. Ea. G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 973/390-7394 Cell Fax: 373/383-5756

Miscellaneous Parts

Heavy Equipment Repairs, Line Boring, Bore Welding, OnSite Service, Industrial, Concrete, Crushing, Screening, Plant Maintenance, Piping, Rigging, Structural Steel, Fabricatrion.

Cat 988, 87A5407 Parts Machine........................$6,000. Cat 988, 87A6169 Parts Machine........................$4,000. Ford LTL9000, 1984 Parts, Cat 3406, new hood.....$4,000.

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SCRAPERS Motor Scrapers 1998 Cat 627F, 9,740 hours. ..................................$299,000 1998 Cat 627F, 10,307 hours .................................$299,000

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2005 JCB 718, 18 ton, 12.6 cu yd capacity, 173 HP gross, low hours, good condition, 1950 hours, pictures available ....................................$69,500.

MODERN GROUP offers training for: - Front-end Loaders & Backhoes - Aerial work platforms (AWP) (Boom & Scissor Lifts) - Rough Terrain Forklifts (Gradall, Lull, JCB) - Skid Steer Loaders

Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697 2004 JCB 714, A/C, side boards, very good condition, 2949 hours................$55,500.

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KOMATSU OR CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADER Contact: MATT STRINGER Phone: 403-327-3681 Email: matt@hwequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (2) JCB 550 TELEHANDLERS Contact: FRANK W. FORST Phone: 402-330-0555 Fax: 402-333-4021 Email: fwforst@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRI AXLE ROAD TRACTOR • PREFERABLY 10 YR OLD PETE,MACK REASONABLE MILAGE FOR AGE Contact: PAT MCLAUGHLIN Phone: 804 513 1960 Fax: 800 405 9991 Email: pmclaughlin@harbordredge.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONCRETE SAW • 2 LARGE CONCRETE SAWS, ABLE TO CUT 10" OF CONCRETE FLATWORK Contact: FRANK Phone: 909-229-3600 Fax: 951-845-6997 Email: forthncons@verizon.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR CAT 140G GRADERS • PLEASE SEND YOUR OFFERS WITH SERIAL NO, PICTURES, DETAILS OF 140GS WITH 14 BLADE AND REAR RIPPERS. THANKS Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER WHOLESALE ONLY PLEASE! • WE ARE LOOKING FOR WHOLESALE CAT WHEEL LOADERS. WE HAVE A BUYER THAT HAS ASKED TO PURCHASE AN EXTENSIVE AMOUNT OF EQUIPMENT FOR THEM, BUT MUST BE IN LINE WITH TODAY WHOLESALE PRICING Contact: ROB LEWIS Phone: 813-842-3781 Email: roblewis78@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR GOOD USED 14G Contact: MARK Phone: 336-215-5388 Email: mark_snow34@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRANSFER TRAILERS • 45 HEAVY DUTY WALKING FLOOR TRAILERS IN GOOD CONDITION, NEED TWENTY MORE OR LESS ALIKE. Contact: PAUL LEAS Phone: 803-920-0693 Email: pdleas@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT M318 OR M320 WHEEL EXCAVATOR • LATE MODEL UNIT MUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION WITH AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC. PLEASE FAX OR E-MAIL INFORMATION / DETAILS / PRICING. Contact: VINCENT Phone: 860-664-8042 Fax: 860-664-9175 Email: vneri@occllc.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

STICK FOR CX210 CASE EXCAVATOR Contact: DON Phone: 573-380-7700 Fax: 573-683-2600 Email: dmedlin@medlineq.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BHL CAT 420D 4X4 • WANTED TO BUY BHL - CAT 420D 4X4, CAB, E-STICK, 2,000-4,000HRS. IN GOOD CONDITION Contact: ERIC Email: gotdirt627@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 994 Contact: HERCO EQUIPMENT Phone: 229-344-4235 Email: hercoeq@bellsouth.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED WHOLESALE CAT WHEEL LOADERS AND MOTORGRADERS Contact: DAVE SCHEER Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: dave@scheerbrothers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TOW BEHIND VIBRATORY PADFOOT ROLLER Contact: BILL | Phone: 612-812-1714 Email: bpdeutsch@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 TAILGATES FOR VOLVO A25 OR A30 Contact: DAVE WILD Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: dave@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TAILGATE FOR JD250C OR BELL ADT • MECHANICAL TAILGATE ASSEMBLY FOR JD 250C OR BELL ADT. PART OR COMPLETE IN GOOD CONDITION. Contact: PHIL SHAFFER Phone: 724 331 9102 Fax: 724 995 8028 Email: pshaffer324@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED 1 1996 TO 1999 CAT 14H Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2005 D6R LGP 5000 HOURS OR LESS LOW PRICE Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATOR Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Fax: 603 430-2119 Email: cmisold@mtfairpoint.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO L90 & L120 C,D AND E MODELS Contact: IAN RITCHIE Phone: 00441592 202918 Email: ian.j.ritchie@googlemail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3054 ENGINE Contact: KEN ELIA Phone: 215-852-9704 Fax: 215-535-5973 Email: elia2045@comcast.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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IMPORTANT AUCTIONS

2010

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Auction Calendar Bid Online Visit www.lyonauction.com for details!

1.

Thursday, March 18, MANASSAS, VIRGINIA: Late Model Cat & John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials & Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers.

2.

Friday, March 19, ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Large Rental Return Auction of Large Quantity of JCB Hydraulic Excavators, Telescopics, Aerial Lifts, Backhoes & Support Equipment.

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Tuesday, April 13, DES MOINES, IOWA: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Cat & Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment, 2007 Kenworth T800 Heavy Hauler triaxle Tractor, 2006 Talbert 60 Ton Detachable & Enormous Amount of Late Model Support Equipment including Trench Boxes, Lasers, Pumps, Generators.

Saturday, March 20, COLUMBUS, 11. Thursday, April 15, OHIO: 2 Auctions in 1 Day! Complete JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA: Liquidation of Brigg’s Equipment (Largest Major Military Job Completion Auction of Case Dealer in US.) Plus Complete Liquidation of former New Holland Authorized Construction Support Equipment, Trucks & Dealership. Trailers. 4. Tuesday, March 23, HOUSTON, 12-13. Friday April 16 & Saturday April TEXAS: Rental Fleet Construction, Support 17, CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA: Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & 2 DAY AUCTION! Complete Liquidation Trailers. Phase IV Case Earthmoving & Support 5-8. Thursday, March 25- Sunday, March 28, ATLANTIC CITY, NEW Equipment & Service Trucks, Truck Tractors JERSEY: Annual 4 Day Construction, Aerial, & Trailers. Forkift, Support, Truck & Trailer Auction. 14. Wednesday, April 21, NASHVILLE, Along with Large Quantity of Upscale Party TENNESSEE: Complete Liquidation: “The Rental Equipment. THE LARGEST IN THE Finest of the South.” HILITES INCLUDE: NORTHEAST! Cat D10R, 2000 Cat D6R/Ripper, (2) 2007 9. Thursday, April 8, DALLAS, TEXAS: Cat D8T, (2) 2003 Cat D8R, 2008 Cat Exclusive Case Large Late Model Rental D6TXW, 2006 Cat D6RXL, Cat 375L, Cat Fleet & Unused Case Construction & 345BL, (2) Cat 330CL, Cat 330BL, Hitachi Agricultural Equipment plus Large Quantity of Like New Water Trucks. HILITES EX1200, 2006 Hitachi ZX850H, Cat 140JH, INCLUDE: (2) Case CX460s, Unused Case (2) Cat 621F, (2) 2007 Komatsu H465, (3) CX330, (2) Unused Case CX290s, Unused 2005 Komatsu HD605, (3) Cat 796D, (2) Case CX160B, Unused Case CX135, (20) 2006 Volvo A40D, Gomaco GT3600, 2006 Unused Case 580M & Super M Tractor Loader ProGrinder 5100KBL, Nordberg NW214 Backhoes, (2) Unused Case 865Bs, Motor Impact & Rock Crushers, 2007 Metso Impact Grader VHP Ripper, (20) Unused & Used Rock Crusher, (3) 2007 Volvo triaxle Dumps, Loader Case Skid Steers, (8) 2007 Ford F750 (5) Mack RD688S triaxle Dumps, 2006 Atlas 2000 gallon Water Trucks, (2) Unused Noram Copco Rock Drill, (2) 2006 Reedrill Rock Motor Graders, Unused Case 621E, (2) Unused Drills, (2) Gardner Denver Rock Drills, Case 821E, (2) Case 921Cs, (2) 2007 Case 1850KLT (6 way blade, ripper.) Service Trucks, plus more!

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Friday, April 23, BANGOR, MAINE: Late Model Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Truck & Trailer Auction.

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Friday, April 23, AGUASCALIENTES, MEXICO: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction.

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Saturday, April 24, SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA: 15 LATE MODEL (up to 2008) TRUCK WRECKERS, (25) TRUCK TRACTORS, (300) VAN TRAILERS, (25) CONTAINERS. Enormous amount of take out engines, transmissions, rears & large quantity parts trucks.

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Saturday, May 8, BUFFALO, NEW YORK: Late Model Construction, Forklift, Aerial Lift, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers.

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Sunday, May 9, CANASTOTA, NEW YORK: Large Compact, Utility, Support Equipment, Plus Construction, Aerials & Forklifts, Support.

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20. DTBA: NEWARK, NEW JERSEY: Rental Fleet Construction, Aerial, Telescopic Equipment, Trucks &Trailers. 21. DTBA: MIDDLETOWN (FLORIDA), NEW YORK: Late Model Construction, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers. 22. DTBA: DETROIT, MICHIGAN: Complete Liquidation of Construction & Support Equipment. 23.

DTBA: MONTERRY, MEXICO: Large Complete Liquidation One Owner Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support & More.

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DTBA, ORLANDO (KISSIMMEE), FLORIDA: Large Rental Fleet Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

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March/April 2010 – Meetings. IAAP Grassroots Meetings in Your Region include Grassroots meetings hosted by the IAAP Legislative Committee and the Transportation for Illinois Coalition provide a chance to catch up with old friends and meet new ones interested in state transportation issues. Please sign up for one or more in your area: March 17-20, 2010 – CONVENTION ‘10. Mark your calendar! AGC’s 91st Annual Convention will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL. More information will be posted as soon as it is available. March 24, 2010 – Breakfast. The IAAP Legislative Breakfast is scheduled from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the Sangamo Club in Springfield Illinois. The IAAP actively works for legislation that helps the aggregates industry and fights legislation that hurts aggregate producers and the companies selling goods and services to this industry. To be successful, these efforts require face to face contacts with members of the Illinois General Assembly. You can be an active and effective part of these lobbying efforts by attending. For more information, call Glenda Schoening, IAAP Office Manager at (217)241-1639. March 25, 2010 – Summit. 2010 OSDBU Small Business Summit at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) invites you to attend a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Forum and a Business Matchmaking Event “The Road to Recovery.” Registration opens at 8:00 a.m. For more information, please contact 202-366-1930. April 23-24, 2010 – Auction. NITKE AUCTION, Wausau, Wisconsin. April 26, 2010 – Meeting. Illinois Valley Region (IDOT District 3) is holding a gathering at 6:00 p.m., Morris, Illinois with the Transportation for Illinois Coalition to extend invitations to its members made up of statewide and regional business, organized labor, governmental and not-for-profit organizations. For more information you may call Glenda Schoening at (217)241-1639. May 11, 2010 – Convention. 42nd Annual IAAP Convention at the Springfield Crowne Plaza Hotel, Springfield, IL. You may register by contacting IAAP, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Fax: (217)241-1641. Telephone: (217)241-1639. June 1-5, 2010 – EXPO. ConExpo Russia 2010, Crocus International Exhibition Center, Moscow, Russia. ConExpo Russia is a new construction exhibition supported by the Russian government, Russian contractor groups, and the manufacturers who exhibit. It is the gathering place of the construction, utility and forestry industries in Russia and surrounding states, featuring the latest in equipment technologies and education. The Russian construction industry is booming. With continued growth potential and infrastructure projects in the nonresidential construction, forestry and utility industries, companies are looking to the Russian market to expand their enterprise. For more information visit: www.conexporussia.com and email: info@conexporussia.com and phone: (800)867-6060. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC)was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217)241-1639. Cell: (217)899-7389. Fax: (217)241-1641.


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MAJOR REALIGNMENT AUCTION Wed, March 24th, 2010 at 9:00 AM FREDERICK FAIRGROUNDS IN MD

We are selling for (2) well established Frederick County, Maryland Contractors; Dewey Jordan, Inc & Wastler Construction. The equipment is very well maintained with service records available and is no longer needed in current operations. Much of the equipment is one owner owned. DIRECTIONS: TRAVELING West on I-70 – Take E Patrick St. (Exit 56) to Fairgrounds. TRAVELING East on I-70 – Take South St. (Exit 55) to Fairgrounds. TRAVELING North on I-270 to I-70 East, continue to South St. Exit 55 to Fairgrounds.

Partial Listing Only TRACK LOADERS: (2) CAT 953, canopy, bkt, S/N 20Z03526, S/N 76Y01552; CAT 953 LGP, canopy, bkt, S/N 5Z00473. CRAWLER DOZERS: CAT D8N, cab, heat, 75% uc, 5500 orig hrs, S/N 5TJ01164; CAT D8H w/tilt, canopy, ripper, aux hyd, S/N 46A26406; CAT D6M LGP, 6-w bld, canopy, diff steer, S/N 4JN00643; CAT D6C w/tilt, canopy, S/N 10K10744; DRESSER TD9H, 6-w, canopy, S/N 4720001P045925; JD 550H, 6-w, canopy, S/N T0550HX878092. HYD EXCAVATORS: CAT 350L, hyd, counter weight removal device, S/N 3ML00577; CAT 345BL Series II, hyd, qtach bkt, 12’6” stick, a/c, counter weight removal device, S/N AGS00615; CAT 345BL, bkt, 12’6” stick, a/c, counter weight removal device, S/N 4SS01513; CAT 330 L, hyd, S/N 8FK00333; CAT 315L, hyd, bkt, 10’ stick, a/c, S/N 6YM01779; MINI: BOBCAT 331, S/N 232512221; ATTACH: ’10 EXCALIBUR X36 thumb fits small exc. LOADER BACKHOES: JD 310SE, cab, a/c, bkt, ehoe, 4x4, aux hyd, S/N T0310SE828159; JD 310D, cab, bkt, ehoe, 4x4, S/N T0310DG813884; JD 310A, S/N 300423. MOTOR GRADERS/SCRAPERS: (3) CAT 621B, canopy, cushion hitch, S/N OBL, S/N 45P01847, S/N 45P01013; (3) TEREX S-24, S/N 38565, S/N 47867, S/N 43583; (3) TEREX TS-24, S/N 52117, S/N 51393, S/N 51394; (2) TEREX TS14B, S/N 17U0TB21018, S/N 17U0TB18651.

ROCK TRUCKS: CAT D350E Series II, S/N 00327; (3) CAT D350E, S/N 02XW00486, S/N 02XW00484, S/N 02XW00419; CAT 350, S/N 13Z24024; (2) TEREX TA40, S/N A7771178, S/N A7771164; (2) EUCLID back-end, S/N N99FD43258. TRENCHERS: BARBER GREENE TC30, S/N TC30X129. RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: CAT 926E, qtach, bkt, frks, cab, S/N 94Z02775. CRANES: GROVE RT630, 30 ton rough terrain, 2 hoist, Cummins, S/N 46549. SKIDLOADER ATTACHMENTS: ’10 Pallet fork; ’10 Fork frame; ’10 60”, 66”, 72” smooth bkt; ’10 stump bkt; ’10 VERSATECH hay spear; ’10 66” smooth grapple bkt; ’10 mount plate. COMPACTION EQUIP: CAT 815 soil comp, straight bld, canopy, S/N 91P01871; IR SD100F Propac, vib, padfoot, 84” drum, dd, canopy, S/N 155965; VIBROMAX W253 tandem roller, Kubota 3 cyl, 39” drums, S/N JKC5300901; BOMAG BW142PD, vib, padfoot, Deutz 3 cyl, 56” drum, dd, canopy, S/N 106510210104; CASE W1102PD vib, smooth drum roller, Deutz 5 cyl, 84” drum, dd, canopy, S/N 840498215. ROAD TRACTORS: ’98 PETE 379, Cat 410 dsl, 8spd, T/A, 72” sleeper, Alcoa whls; ’89 MACK Superliner, T/A, V8, Mack, 12spd, wetline, 65hp. DUMP TRUCKS: ’99 IHC 4900, DT466E, 6spd, 16’ body w/tarper; ’91 GMC Top Kick; ’90 MACK RD686 SX, T/A, tarper; ’84 MACK RD686 SX, T/A, 2 stick 6spd, tarper. FLATBEDS: ’06 FORD F350 XL SD, 4x4, dsl, auto, toolboxes, ladder rack, 40K mi; ’07 CHEVY 2500 HD, 9’ steel bed w/racks, auto, gas, 57K mi; ’06 CHEVY 3500, Duramax dsl, Allison auto, 12’ stakebody w/ lift gate, 90K mi; ’06 CHEVY 2500 HD, gas, auto, 9’ bed w/ladder racks, 59K mi; ’04 FORD F550, PS, dsl, 6spd, 12’ bed, tow pkg; (2) ’00 CHEVY 2500 HD, gas, auto, 9’ bed w/ladder racks, 56K mi & 70K mi.

CAB & CHASSIS: ’05 CHEVY 2500 HD, crewcab, Duramax dsl, Allison auto, 4x4, tow pkg. BOX TRUCKS: (3) ’05 FORD E450, 16’ High Cube, dsl, auto. SPECIALTIES: ’05 FORD F750 XLT mechanics trk, auto crane body, 10006H crane wireless remote, Bobcat 250 Miller welder gen, 100 hrs, air comp, (2) air hoses, (2) product reels, hyd outriggers, C7 Cat dsl, 7spd, ab, Alcoa whls, 100K mi, under CDL; ’04 IHC 4300, DT466, 6spd, 22’ Jerr Dan rollback w/winch, 100K mi; ’89 GMC 6000 scissor lift trk; ’96 FORD cabover w/Elgin sweeper, auto; ’92 IHC 4900, S/A, fuel & lube w/air comp, 100 gal mtr oil, 200 gal hyd oil, 300 gal dsl fuel, 200 gal waste oil, hose reels, pumps, reclamation tank. PICKUPS: ’07 FORD F150, gas, 5spd; ’06 CHEVY 3500 crewcab, Duramax dsl, Allison auto, dually, gn hitch, tow pkg; ’05 CHEVY 2500 HD, crewcab, Duramax dsl, Allison auto, 4x4, tow pkg; ’04 FORD F150XL, 4x4; ’00 CHEVY 1500; ’97 FORD F150 XL. TRAILERS: (2) ’05 utility 45’ spread axle combo on air ride; ’79 RAVENS 5402B alum; ’93 TRANSCRAFT alum. TERMS OF SALE: Complete Payment On Sale Day with CASH or CASHIERS CHECK. Company or Personal check accepted only if accompanied by a “Current Bank Letter of Guaranteed Payment”. Visa & Mastercard accepted - a 5% administrative fee charged on all non-cash/noncheck purchases. *BUYERS PREMIUM of 10% will be charged to buyer, on all lots $2,000.00 and under. PRE-SALE INSPECTION: Tues, March 23rd from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm UPDATED LISTS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE

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SALE CONDUCTED BY 301-898-0340 800-443-9580 9801 Hansonville Rd, Frederick MD 21702 wolfeauctions.com


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Coming Auctions

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

Support Equipment, Plus Construction, Aerials & Forklifts, Support Equipment Auction

• Manassas, VA Thurs., March 18, 2010 For: Late Model Cat & John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Newark, NJ DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Phoenix, AZ April 15-16, 2010

• Atlanta, GA Fri, March 19, 2010 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Large Quantity of JCB Hyd. Excavators, Telescopics, Aerial Lifts, Backhoes & Support Equipment

• Middletown (Florida), NY DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Albuquerque, NM April 20, 2010

• Columbus, OH Sat., March 20, 2010 For: 2 Auctions in 1 Day! Complete Liquidation of Briggs Equipment plus Complete Liquidation of former New Holland Authorized Dealership • Houston, TX Wed., March 24, 2010 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Thurs.-Sun, March 25-28, 2010 For: Annual 4 Day Construction, Aerial, Forklift, Support, Truck & Trailer Auction • Dallas, TX Thurs., April 8, 2010 For: Exclusive Case Large Late Model Rental Fleet & Unused Case Construction and Agricultural Equipment plus Large Quantity of Like New Water Trucks

• Detroit, MI DATE TBA For: Complete Liquidation of Construction and Support Equipment • Monterrey, Mexico DATE TBA For: Large Complete Liquidation One Owner Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support & More

• Scranton, PA Sat., April 24, 2010 For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Enormous Amounts of Take Out Engines, etc… • Buffalo, NY Sat., May 8, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Forklift, Aerial Lift, Support Equipment Trucks & Trailers • Canastota, NY Sun., May 9, 2010 For: Large Compact, Utility,

• Detroit, MI May 5, 2010 • Torreon, Mexico May 11, 2010

• Tipton, CA May 26, 2010

• St. Louis, MO March 18, 2010

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com Phone: 866-750-9432

• Geelong, VIC, Australia March 18, 2010

• Minneapolis, MN March 19, 2010

• Aguascalientes, Mexico Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction

• Truro, Nova Scotia May 4, 2010

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631

• Jacksonville, NC Thurs., April 15, 2010 For: Major Military Job Completion Auction of Construction Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Bangor, ME Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Dubai, UAE May 3-5, 2010

• Prince George, BC, CAN May 15, 2010

• Caorso, Italy March 18, 2010

• Nashville, TN Wed., April 21, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation: “The Finest of the South”

• Salt Lake City, UT April 22, 2010

• Orlando, FL DATE TBA For: Large Rental Fleet Eartmoving Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Support, Trucks & Trailers

• Des Moines, IA Tues., April 13, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Cat & Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment

• Charlotte, NC Fri.-Sat., April 16-17, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation Phase IV Case Eartmoving & Support Equipment, Service Trucks, Truck Tractors & Trailers

• Istanbul, Turkey April 17, 2010

• Montreal, QC, CAN March 18-19, 2010

• Albuquerque, NM March 23, 2010 • Statesville, NC March 23, 2010 • Chilliwack, BC, CAN March 24, 2010 • Hartford, CT March 24, 2010 • Houston, TX March 24, 2010 • London, ONT, CAN March 25, 2010 • Atlanta, GA March 25, 2010 • Jackson, MS March 29, 2010 • Kansas City, MO March 30, 2010 • Regina, SK, CAN March 30, 2010 • Grand Cayman Islands March 30, 2010 • Northeast, MD March 30-31, 2010 • Saskatoon, SK, CAN April 9, 2010 • Boise, ID April 13, 2010 • Grand Prairie, AB, CAB April 14-15, 2010 • Phoenix, AZ April 14-15, 2010 • Moncofa, Spain April 15, 2010

• Las Vegas, NV May 14, 2010 • Pittsburgh, PA May 20, 2010

• Houston, TX Thurs., April 22, 2010 For: Unreserved Public Auction of Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers COCHRAN AUCTIONS www.cochranauctions.com Phone: 301-739-0538 • St. Mary’s County, MD Thurs.-Sat., April 22-24, 2010 For: Major 3 Day Regional Equipment and Truck Auction

FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com Phone: 419-455-3739 • Morenci, MI Tues., March 16, 2010 For: Excess Equipment from State Line Farms • Cincinnati, OH Wed., March 31, 2010 For: Back Tree Service

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

• Athens, GA Wed., March 31, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers, Tools & Shop Equipment

• Farmingdale, NJ Thurs., March 25, 2010 For: Pillar Bros Construction Corp. – Surplus Equipment • New Orleans, LA Wed., April 7, 2010 For: Sealed Bid Auction • Warrensville Heights, OH Thurs., April 22, 2010 For: Surplus Equipment Liquidation – Northeast Ohio Trenching Service, Inc. INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225 • Sebring, FL Saturday, May 15, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, July 17, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010 IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230

• Prospect, CT Sat., April 10, 2010 For: Quinnipiac Commission Auction – Utility and Construction Equipment

• Portage, WI Fri., July 16, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Thurs., May 26-27, 2010 • Philadelphia, MS Thurs., July 15, 2010 FRANK RONNE & ASSOCIATES, INC. www.appraisals-auctions.com Phone: 781-380-3700 • Quincy, MA Wed., April 14, 2010 For: Public Auction – Major Arborist Company

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com Phone: 800-763-2728

• Sheffield Lake, OH Wed., April 14, 2010

• Portage, WI Fri., April 16, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Thurs., March 31-April 1, 2010

• Kenmore, WA Sat., March 20, 2010 For: Contractors Equipment, Heavy Trucks & Trailers, Cars, Pickups, SUVs and Vans

• Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs., March 17-18, 2010 For: Annual Spring Contractors Auction

DAVIS AUCTIONS INC. www.davisauctionsinc.com Phone: 203-758-4087

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com Phone: 601-656-9768

JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com Phone: 800-426-3008

• Foley, MN Fri., June 4, 2010

• Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., October 15, 2010 • Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010 IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., March 18, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs.-Fri, March 25-26, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., April 12, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Thurs., April 29, 2010 For: Construction Equipment NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com Phone: 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat., April 23-24, 2010 For: Wisconsin’s “Best & Biggest” Heavy Construction, Truck & Trailer Auction • Wausau, WI Sat., June 19, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Marquette, MI September TBA For: CCMO – Mining Equipment, Trucks • Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat, October 22-23, 2010 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200 • Rowley, MA Fri., March 19, 2010 For: Major Public Equipment Auction – Inventory of Underground & Aerial Utility Construction Equipment & Supplies, Light Duty Excavation Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Franklin, CT Thurs. – Sat., April 8-10, 2010 For: Trucks, Trailers, Construction & Earthmoving Equipment, Crushing & Screening, Support Equipment POWERS AUCTION COMPANY www.powersauction.com Phone: 608-966-3764 • Woodstock, IL Sat., April 10, 2010 For: Former Farm & Fleet Store

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., April 24, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., June 19, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010 TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., April 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., May 8, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., June 12, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., July 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., August 14, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010 UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Fleet Vehicles from Utility Companies WILSON’S AUCTION SALES www.wilsonsauction.com Phone: 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., March 27, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Tractors, Trucks, Trailers & More WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com Phone: 800-443-9580 • New Freedom, PA Fri., March 18, 2010 For: Farm Equip Auction • Frederick, MD Wed., March 24, 2010 For: Major Realignment Auction • Frederick, MD Fri., April 23, 2010 For: MidAtlantic Contractors Auction YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990 Thurs., April 15, 2010 For: 7th Annual Spring Consignment Auction • Bow, NH Thurs., May 13, 2010 For: 14th Annual Spring Absolute Consignment Auction • Darlington, PA Thurs., June 17, 2010 For: Consignment Auction


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Absolute Auction ABC, MBI Announce Formation Surplus Equipment Liquidation Pillari Bros. Construction Corp

Thurs., March 25, 2010 – 9:00 AM Farmingdale, New Jersey Notice: Pillari Bros. have determined specific equipment to be surplus to their needs entering into the 2010 construction season. Pillari, however, will continue to offer the finest site development and heavy construction services throughout NJ and surrounding states. All equipment is owned by Pillari and will sell to the highest bidder, regardless of price and without Buyer’s Premium!

Crawler Tractors

Pull Tractor and Pull Scrapers

`98 CAT D8R, s/n 7XM03144, with SS ripper • `88 CAT D8N, s/n 9TC02423 • `00 CAT D6RXL, s/n 5LN02524 • `98 CAT D6R LGP, s/n 9PN00882 • `98 CAT D6MXL, s/n 3WN01611 • `94 CAT D6HXL Series II, s/n 9KJ00360 • `04 CAT D5G LGP, s/n RKG00681 • `01 CAT D5CXL Series III Hystat, s/n 7PS01941 • `94 CAT D5C Series III, s/n 9DL00841 • `00 CAT D4C LGP Series III Hystat, s/n 4LS00489 • `99 CAT D4C LGP Series III, s/n 7SL00874 • `97 CAT D4CXL Series III, s/n 1FW00261 • `93 CAT D4H LGP Series III, s/n 9GJ00736 • `04 KOMATSU D21A-7, s/n 82043 • `98 KOMATSU D21A-7, s/n 80185

`04 JD 9420 Articulated Pull Tractor, s/n 020662 • `03 JD 1810E, 18CY Pull Scraper, s/n 001099 • `03 JD 1810E, 18CY Pull Scraper, s/n 001105

Hydraulic Excavators and Attachments `93 KOMATSU PC650LC5, s/n A25010 • `99 KOMATSU PC400LC6LK, s/n A83161 • `01 CAT 322CL, s/n BKJ00304 • `92 CAT 235D, s/n 8KJ00097 • `91 CAT 235C, s/n 5AF01743 • `89 CAT 235C, s/n 5AF00836 • ATTCHMENTS: LABOUNTY 5-Tine Grapple • Digging Buckets

Rubber Tired Loaders and Attachments `98 KOMATSU `98 KOMATSU `92 KOMATSU JRB 66” Fork Attachment

End Dumps and Water Wagon

`96 VOLVO A35C, 35 Ton, s/n A35CV4141 • `96 VOLVO A35C, 35 Ton, s/n A35CV4097 • `97 CAT D400E, 40 Ton, s/n 2YR00465 • `97 CAT D400E, 40 Ton • `94 CAT D400D, 40 Ton, s/n 8TF00769 • `94 CAT D400D, 40 Ton, s/n 8TF00771 • `96 CAT D25D, 25 Ton, s/n 1HK00607 • `96 CAT D25D, 25 Ton, s/n 1HK00616 • `88 CAT D25C Water Wagon, s/n 9YC00776, with Klein 5,000 Gallon • Heatable Dump Body (Cat D25)

Compactors

`00 IR SD-115D ProPac 84”, s/n 164990 • `00 IR SD-70D ProPac 66”, s/n 165974

Tractor Loader Extend-A-Hoes and Utility Tractor

`98 JD 310E, 4x4, s/n 846149 • `95 JD 410D, 4x4, s/n 810626 • JD 4620 Utility Tractor, s/n T813P016111R

Truck Tractor and Lowboy Trailer

WA380-3L, s/n A50430 • WA380-3L, s/n A50383 • WA450-2, s/n A25225 • Attachment • 60” Fork

Motor Grader and Motor Scrapers `06 JD 872D Motor Grader, s/n 606099, with TOPCON GPS Ready• `93 CAT 627E, s/n 7CG00878 • `93 CAT 627E, s/n 7CG00877 • CAT 627BP, s/n 15S921 • CAT 627BP, s/n 15S926

`98 KENWORTH T-800 Tri-Axle, Cat 3406E, 500HP dsl • TALBERT 75 Ton TriAxle Lowboy

PLUS: Trench Compactors • Dump Trucks and Water Truck • Service Trucks • Crew Cab Pickup and Utility Trucks • Pickup Trucks and Sport Utility Vehicle

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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.

of Alliance for Disaster Relief

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and the Modular Building Institute (MBI) announced the formation of an alliance, Start Today and Rebuild Together (START), to leverage the resources of the construction industry, nongovernmental organizations, and government agencies to respond quickly and efficiently with relief and rebuilding efforts following natural disasters. The first joint initiative is START Haiti. On Jan. 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti killing more than 200,000 people and devastating the capital city Portau-Prince. As Haitians work to put their lives back together, START Haiti will be there to help, according to alliance representatives. “There is no greater calling than to assist those in communities that have been struck by natural disasters, and we are proud to share this opportunity with the Modular Building Institute,” said ABC President and CEO Kirk Pickerel. “Whether it is Haiti, New Orleans, or some other part of the United States or the world, ABC members

have expressed a willingness to get involved in the rebuilding effort.” “The modular construction industry, perhaps more so than any other industry, has the opportunity to help rebuild Haiti, and rebuild it better than before,” said Executive Director of the Modular Building Institute Tom Hardiman. “The country needs a massive infusion of infrastructure and our industry is excited to be working with ABC to help provide much needed supplies to the people of Haiti.” For START Haiti, ABC and MBI member companies will raise funds to provide 12 modular containers filled with medical supplies. Nongovernmental organizations, including Volunteers of America (VOA) and Architecture for Humanity, will deliver and set up the modular units. Additional phases of START Haiti include establishing a base camp for volunteers, constructing permanent housing and commercial infrastructure, raising awareness, and lobbying for funds and long-term assistance.

Hyundai Donates Additional Excavators to Efforts in Haiti Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. and Hyundai Heavy Industries have finalized the donation of a total of five R110-7 crawler excavators to the nation of Haiti in support of its earthquake relief, recovery and reconstruction efforts.

The first R110-7A arrived in Haiti in February. Two more R110-7’s arrived in early March. These machines were equipped with bucket thumbs donated by the WerkBrau Company. The final two R110-7 machines arrived the week of March 15.

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ANNUAL 4 DAY ATLANTIC CITY AUCTION! CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, AERIALS, FORKIFTS, SUPPORT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS and PARTY RENTAL EQUIPMENT, NEW BUILDING SUPPLIES

THE LARGEST IN THE NORTHEAST! THURSDAY, MARCH 25 - SUNDAY, MARCH 28 @ 9:00 AM ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY • (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK) DIRECTIONS: Take Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 14 (Leipzig Ave) and follow signs to Atlantic City Race Track. Address: 4501 Leipzig Ave, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. NOTE: As in the past this is the largest 4 day sale of its kind East of the Mississippi. The quality found here is the finest to buy! Make sure you attend! EARLY HILITES: ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: Grove RT528C, 5 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Cat D400E, (2) Cat D350E, Volvo A30C, Moxy MT36, 76 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005 Cat 345CL, 2003 Cat 345BL, Cat 345BL, 2007 Cat 324DL, 2001 Cat 320CU, 2007-2006-(4) 2005-2004 Cat 320CL, (2) Cat 320L, 2005 Cat 315CL, Cat 315L, Cat 315BL, 2005 Cat 312CL, Cat 312B, Cat 303.5, 2006 Cat 302.5C, (2) Cat E120B, 2008 Komatsu PC600LC8, 2003 Komatsu PC308USLC-3, New Komatsu PC270LC-8, 2006 Komatsu PC270LC-7, 2004 Komatsu PD228USLC-3, New Komatsu PC220LC-8, 20062005 Komatsu PC220LC-7, 2005 Komatsu PC200LC-7, 2004 Komatsu PC160LC-7, 2005 Komatsu PC138USLC-2, (2) Komatsu PC120-6, 2007 Komatsu PC78MR-6, 2003 Komatsu PC58, 2000 Hitachi EX450-5, (2) Hitachi EX270LC-2, Hitachi EX150LC, JD 200LC, 2005 JD 160CLC, JD 160LC, 2007 JD 135CRTS, JD 120, 2006 JD 35D, 2001 Kobelco Sk330LC, Kobelco Sk200LC, Demo Kobelco Sk135, Kobelco SK130LC, Kobelco SK60, (4) Unused JCB 8040ZTS, 2003 Volvo 140BLC, 2005 Bobcat 334G, 2005-2004 Bobcat 328, 2007 Bobcat 323J, 2003 Bobcat 322D, 2005 Takeuchi TB175, 2005 Takeuchi TXC175LC1, 2006 Takeuchi TB153, 2007 Volvo ECR88, 2007 NH E130, 2009 NH E27, 2004 Linkbelt 210LXLC, 2004 Daewoo Solar 225LC-V, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Cat M318, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: 2005 Cat 12HNA, Fiat Allis FG65C, Clark S301, 22 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Cat 980H, 2004 Cat 980G-II, Cat 966G, Cat 950H, Cat 950G, 2004 Cat 938G-II, Cat 938G, Cat 938F, Cat 930G, Cat 928G, Cat 928F, 2008 Cat 924H, 2004 JD 844J, JD 744MH, JD 644B, JD 544E, JD 544D, JD 344G, 2000 Case 721C, 2007 Komatsu WA200-5, New Luigong CLG856-III, Kawasaki 80Z –IV, 18 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Cat D6RXL Cat D5N, Cat D5M, 2004 Cat D5GLGP, 2002 Cat D5GLGP, Cat D4HLGP-III, Cat D4G, Cat D3K, Cat D3G, Cat D3CLGP, 2001 Cay D3C, (2) Cat D3B, 2003 JD 650H, (2) 2004 Komatsu D39EX-21A, 2005 NH DC76LT, Dresser TD9H, 2 CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 953, 2004 JD 655C-II, 36 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 Cat 446D (4x4), Cat 426 (4x4), 2007 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (7) 2008 Cat 420E (4x4), Demo Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), Cat 416D (4x4), Cat 416CIT (4x4), (2) Cat 416 (4x4), Cat 416, 2004 JD 7109G, JD 410C (4x4), (3) JD 310G (4x4), Case 580K (4x4), Case 580E, Demo JCB 3CX-14 (4x4), JCB 414-II (4x4), 2005 JCB 214 (4x4), Demo Komatsu WB146-5, 2002 Komatsu WB140-2, New Kubota M6040D (4x4), 2009 Kubota M6040HP (4x4), 2005 Terex TX760B (4x4), NH 675E, NH 555D (4x4), NH 555C, 2005 NH LB75B, Ford 655A (4x4), 2 ASPHALT PAVERS: Blaw Knox PF120H, Blaw Knox PF35, 3 ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2005 Dynapac CC122, 2005 IR DD24, Bomag BW100AD, 18 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2007 Cat CS563E, Unused JCB Vibromax VM132PD, (2) Unused JCB Vibromax VM115PD, Vibromax 102, (7) Unused JCB Vibromax VM75PD, IR SD100F, IR SD100D, IR SD45D, 2005 Dynapac CA250D, 2005 Dynapac CA150D, Hypac C830B, 2 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2005 Wacker RT82SC, Dynapac, ASPHALT EQUIPMENT: Crafco BC220 200gal. Hot Tack machine, Crafco BC100 Hot Tack machine, Crafco Asphalt Heater trailer, Aeroil Crack Filler, SOIL COMPACTORS: Case 826C, SCREENING PLANTS: Power Chieftain 5ft. x 10ft., 11 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2007 Cat 297C, 2005-2004 Cat 287B, (8) 2006 Cat 277B, 2004 Cat 257B, (4) 2006 Cat 247B, 2006- 2004 Bobcat T300G, 2004 Bobcat T250, Bobcat T200G, 22 SKID STEERS: (2) 2006 Cat 242B, 2007 Cat 236B2, (2) 2006 Cat 226B, 2007 Bobcat S300, 2003 Bobcat S250, 2007 Bobcat S220, (4) 2004 Bobcat S185, 2004 Bobcat S175, 2004 Bobcat S160, (2) 2004 Bobcat S150, Bobcat 863, 2001 Bobcat 763G, 2005 Bobcat 553, Case

85XT, NH L781, 2004 NH, 2 TRENCHERS: Ditch Witch 8020T, Case 500, 11 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 JLG G10-55A, 2003 JLG G-42A, Gradall 544D, 2001 Gradall 534D-36, 2000 Gradall 534D-6, Gradall 534C-10, JCB 506C,Terex TH842C, 2004 Gehl RS6, Lull MLULL10K, Sellick MR-737, 40 FORKLIFTS: Cat V150, Cat V130, Cat RC60C, Cat W50D, (8) 2003 Cat GC45K, Cat GC45K, Cat DP40, (3) Cat GP30K, 2003 Cat GC30K, 2003-2002 Cat GC25K, 2005 Toyota 7FGU45, 2005 Toyota 7FGU30, (2) 2006 Toyota 7FGU425, 2006 Toyota 7FGU25, Nissan KPH50, (2) Nissan 4,000lb., Komatsu, 2001 Hyster H60XM, (2) 2002 Hyster S50XM, Hyster 540XM, Hyster S40XM, Daewoo D50S, Clark, Yale GDP250, Kalmar P50, Kalmar P40, White MY40, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: P&H (4x4) 20 ton, 39BOOM LIFTS: (3) 2001(4) 2000 JLG 80HX, 2000 JLG 800AJ, (2) 2001 JLG 601S, JLG 600A,1999 JLG 450AJ, 2000 JLG 450A, JLG 450A, (2) 2000 JLG 400S, 2000 JLG 40H, 2000 JLG N40E, Genie S65, Genie S60, 2000-1999 Genie Z45/25, (5) 1999 Genie S40, Genie S40, (2) 2000 Genie Z34/22N, (2) 2000-1999 Genie Z30/20N, Genie Z30/20N, (3) 2001 JLG 80HX, (2) Condor T60, 72 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2001 JLG 500RTS, 2000 JLG 33RTS, (2) JLG 3369, 1999 JLG 26MRT, 2001-(2) 2000-(2) 1999 JLG 2646E2, JLG 2646E2, JLG CM2546, 2000 JLG 2046E3, (2) JLG 2033E, 2001-(6) 2000 JLG 2032E2, 1999 JLG 20VP, 2004-(4) 2002- (2)2001-(14) 2000-(7) 1999 JLG 1932ES, (2) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2001 Genie GS3268RT, 1999 Genie GS2646, (4) 2000-1999 Genie GS2032, 2005-2004-2003 Genie GS1930, 2000 Skyjack SJ8841, Skyjack SJ8841, Skyjack 7127, (2) 2002 Skyjack SJ4626, (2) 2004 Skyjack SJIII3219, MEC 33RT, (2) 2003 Upright MX19, 2005 Haulotte 1930E, BARRIER LIFTERS, 2 DRILLING EQUIPMENT: (2) 2006 IR ECM590, LOG SKIDDERS: JD 648D, 17 AIR COMPRESSORS: (3) 2004 Atlas Copco XASE1600, Atlas Copco XAS375, (2) Atlas Copco XA96, Atlas Copco XAS90, IR P600WCU, 2005 IR P185WJD, (3) IR P185, IR P100B, IR P100, Sullair W375, Sullivan D375CFM, Chicago GPS130, 25 GENERATORS: Atlas Copco QAS58, 2010 Gentec 6000S, 2010 Gentec 180AE, Kohler 110kw, New Cat D1004S, Cat/Olympian HX27PI, Multiquip 45KVA, Detroit 25kw, (8) New Sparks 6800watt, (4) New Sparks 8000watt, (4) New Sparks 4000watt, Sparks 4000watt, 9 LIGHT PLANTS: (3) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, (5) Magnum w/ 4 1,000watt bulbs, Coleman MH4000, 6 MESSAGE BOARDS: (2) Amersig Solar, (2) Crown CMSTL, (2) National 25L, PUMPS: Tsurumi EPTC150JD 6in., Wacker 3in., 3in., 2in., 3 WELDERS: Multiquip BLW300SS, Thermal Dynamics Dynapac 4XI, Lincoln WP150, 4 COMMERCIAL MOWERS: Toro 580D, Toro 216 Reel Mower, Toro 3000D (4x4), JD H932, Jacobsen HR9016 (4x4), BROOM TRACTORS: Ford, CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: Gomaco TC600 Texture machine, 2 DIGGER DERRICK TRUCKS: (2) 1988 GMC 7000 (s/a), FLATBED DUMP TRUCKS: 2003 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 10 DUMP TRUCKS: 2007 Mack CV713 (t/a), 2005 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), 1994 Mack RD690S (tri.), 1997 Mack RD688S (tri.), 1998 Freightliner FLD112SD (tri.), 2002 Freightliner FL70 (s/a), 1994 Int’l. 4200 (s/a),1983 Autocar AT64F (tri.), 2000 Ford F350, 1999 Ford F350XLT, 11 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2010 Peterbilt 388 (tri.), 2000 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 2006 Peterbilt 357 (t/a), 1998 Peterbilt (t/a), (2) 2007 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), 2006 Mack CXN613 (t/a), 2003 Mack CXN613 (t/a),1997 Mack CH613 (t/a), Mack (t/a), 1988 Kenworth (t/a), (2) 2005 Western Star 49F (tri.), 2 WATER TRUCKS: (2) Brockway 358, ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 2003 Int’l.(t/a), 10 UTILITY TRUCKS: 2002-2000 Ford F450 (s/a), (4) 2001 Ford F350 Super Duty (s/a), 1999 Ford F350XL, 1997 Chevy 3500 (s/a), 1998-1997 Ram 3500 (4x4), FLATBED TRUCKS: 2002 Freightliner (s/a), 3 ROLLOFF TRUCKS: (2)1998 Mack RD688SX (tri.), 1989 Freightliner C112 (tri.), CAB & CHASSIS: 1993 Ford F350 (s/a), 5 PICKUPS: 2005 Ford F350 Quad Cab, Ford F250, 1996 Ford F150, Ford F150, 2003 Chevy Silverado (4x4), 3 FLATBED TRAILERS: Fruehauf 53ft. (tri.), Dorsey 40ft. (t/a), Budd Holland 40ft. (t/a), 7 DETATCHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (4) 2010 Witzco RT50 50T, (2) 2010 Witzco RG35 35T, Witzco RG35 35T (t/a), EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2001 Eager

Beaver 35 ton (t/a), 2 STEP DECK TRAILERS: 1997 Great Dane 48ft. (t/a), 1988 Trailking 53ft. (t/a), 2 DUMP TRAILERS: 1988 Fruehauf (t/a), Fabrex 44ft. (t/a), 8 TAGALONG TRAILERS: New Unused Trailking TK20LP (t/a), 1990 Trailking TK40LP 20 ton (t/a), 2009 Interstate 50TDL (tri.), 2008 Eager Beaver 50GSL (tri.), 2008-2004 Eager Beaver 20 Ton XPT (t/a), 1996 Eager Beaver 20 ton (t/a), SL Green 10 ton (t/a), RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: New Hot Wheels Go Kart, 6 ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (6) New Galbreath 21 cu yd., CLASSIC CARS: 1983 Chevy El Camino, BOATS: New 2009 Lorke 2483 24ft w/ t/a trailer, BUSES: International (s/a), TRUCK PARTS: Mack R Model Cab, (2) Mack Fuel Tanks, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: (2) Cat 320 Long reach Sticks, (2) Atlas Copco HBC2500 Hydr. Breakers, Unused Bodine Thumbs & Grapples, Skid Steers: Root & Grapple Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, New Forks & Frame, Stump Buckets, Pallet Forks, Fork frames, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Manure Forks, Lowe Augers, Blue Diamond Rock Buckets, Tractor Attachments: Cushman Aerator, Misc. 3pt. Hitch Aerators, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: (3) New Northwest NEXPK99 Laser Pkgs., (6) New CST/ Berger CALP26D, ALSO SELLING: LARGE QUANTITY OF UPSCALE PARTY RENTAL EQUIPMENT: including: different styles of tables, formal chairs, tents, event flooring and misc. racking, Chrome Stanchions, Qty. Georgia Expo Brand Parquet Dance Floors w/ Edging, 20x20 Anchor Frame Tent, 20x20 High Peak Tents, Chair Dollies, Table Stack racks, Bounce Houses: Moonwalk CastleMoonwalk Elephant- Moonwalk Birthday Cake- Moonwalk Tiger, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Bottle jacks, Diamond Blades, Smalline Water Pump, 60pc. High Wheels, Hot Wheels Cart, Hose reels, Chainsaws, Abrasive Blades, Carbide Bits, Jack Hammer Hose, Masonary Hand Tools, Water Pumps, Multi Use Scaffolding, Reconditioned Office copiers, Pallets of Stones & Pavers, Stone- AmmanMultiquip Compactors, New Floatation Truck Tire & Rim, Pickup Fuel tank w/ Pump, Asphalt Planers. Air Hammers, Brush Cutters, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Huskie Chipping Hammers, Cargo Straps, Air Hoes, New Mustang rammers, new Diamond Blades, New Core Drills, New Mustang Air Compressors, Pressure Washers: 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum 4000, 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum Plus, (2) 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold, Alto SHW2030C, NEW BUILDING SUPPLIES: (20) Complete Kitchen Cabinet Sets In Cherry, Oak, Hickory, Maple And Rope, Scroll Design, Name Brand Kitchen And Lavatory Faucets, Laminate Flooring, Porch Posts, 50 Lights In Different Styles, Hunter Ceiling Fans-Remote And Non-Remote, Solid Surface Sinks, Jacuzzi Single Sink, Drop In Sinks- Undermount Sinks, Kohler & Sterling Sinks, Jacuzzi Toilet & Pedestal Sets, High End Bathroom Bar Sets In Pewter, Gold And White, Decorative Toilet And Pedestal Sets, Decorative Bidet And Urinal, Electric & Burley Fireplaces, Fireplace Mantels, Wood Burning Fireplace With Pipe Kit, Fireplace Screens, Complete Granite Countertop Sets In Various Colors, Vanity Tops, Floor Medallions, Tile Floor Medallions, Whirlpools, Appliances In Stainless, Titanium And White, Oak Handrail In Various Sizes, Newels In Oak And Poplar, Spindles In Oak And Poplar, Variety Of Exterior Prehung Doors In 6 Panel, 9 Lite, Leaded Glass Style, Single Prehungs, Larson Storm Doors, Dexter Handle Sets, New High End Real Hardwood FlooringFloating/Snap Together, Porcelain Tile In 12x12, 18x18 And 24x24, Prefinished Flooring In Oak, Maple And Cherry, Slot Machines, Router Bits, Name Brand Bostitch Air Compressors, Register Covers, Dexter Handle Sets, Over 200 Lock Sets, Dead Bolts, Bostitch Nail Guns-Finish And Bead, Bostitch Staple Guns. SALE SITE PHONE: (609) 272-9702 or (609) 272-9703, (863) 660-4811.

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Construction Equipment, Tractors, Trucks, Trailers, Planters, Tillage, Implements, Equipment, Lawn and Garden, Tools, ATV’s & More

SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 2010 9:00 A.M.

Location: Delaware State Fairgrounds (Green Lot)- Route 13 South in Harrington, Delaware. Construction Equipment: CAT 225 excavator w/34" bucket, Grove MZ66B manlift, Vermeer V500A trencher/backhoe, JLG 1932E2 scissor lift, 36" grapple, Clark C500YS100 forklift, CAT T50E forklift, loader and much more not listed. Tractors: 1990 JD4955 MFWD w/7393 hrs., 1979 JD4640 w/7000 hrs., JD 5020 w/4035 hrs., JD 4300 HST w/285 hrs., JD 1070 w/2wd & power steering, Kubota BX2230 4WD w/LA211 bucket w/138 hrs., INT 384 w/1765 hrs., Ford Model 600, Allis Chalmers “WD”, 1958 McCormick Farmall 130 w/cultivators & Cole 250 lb. fertilizer attach., 1950 JD B, MF 65, Oliver 1800 diesel, IH M tractor w/loader, Ford 9N, IH 574, and many more not listed. Tractors To Be Sold At Approximately 2:00 p.m. Trucks & Trailers: 2005 Chevy C6500 cab & chassis, 1995 Chevy Kodiak w/CAT engine & gooseneck setup, 1994 Chevy Kodiak rollback w/CAT engine, 2005 Dodge Dakota, 2004 Chevy Silverado 1500, 2003 Ford work van w/ ladder rack, 1997 GMC Savannah work van, 1997 Chevy 3500 dually & diesel, McElrath 10 ton equip trailer, storage trailers and an assortment of single & double axle utility trailers and more not listed. FIRETRUCK: 1977 Ford 800 - 21,000 miles, w/391 cu. in. gas motor 2spd rear axle - 850 gal. poly tank - 550 gal. per min. pump w/318 Chrysler motor, new tires. Tillage, Implements & Equipment: JD 1610 15’ chisel plow, 3ph 7 shank chisel plow, 3, 4 & 5 bottom plows, Ford plow, 3ph ripper, JD 630 26 1/2 disc, JD 630 25’ disk, JD630 22’ disk, Ford disk, disks, packers, Unverferth 29’ rolling harrow, Unverferth 26’ rolling harrow (like new), field cultivators, finishing tools, JD 710 mower/conditioner, NH 258 hay rake, CASE IH 8420 round baler, bale spear, John Blue L-4000 sprayer, JD sickle bar mower, Ford rear road scrape, several funnel body wagons, 5', 6', 7' & 8' land levelers, Roanoke bush ax, 6' Bush Hog Squealer, 6' Land Pride finishing mower, 6' rotary mower, 3ph post hole diggers, 3ph 6', 7'

& 8' scraper blades, box blades, 3ph dirt scoops, 3ph yard rakes and much more. ATV, Lawn & Garden, Tools, Engines & Miscellaneous: Polaris 500 H.P. w/50 hrs., JD 737 54” Zero turn w/304 hrs., Toro Z480 48” Zero turn w/bagger, Grasshopper Zero turn mower, JD425 w/60”, JD LT180 w/48”, JDX320 48” w/185 hrs., Scott’s 52" riding mower, Befco pto chipper, Statesman 5hp rear tine rototiller, Atlas 3hp front tine rototiller, Cyclone seeder, drop & spinner spreaders, weedeaters, push mowers, rotary tillers, rollers, lawn carts, chipper shredder, air compressors, generators, fencing, stainless steel tanks, power tools, new Dewalt, Stanley & Craftsman tools, shop rugs & towels, and much more. Terms & Conditions: Payment on the day of sale with Cash, Certified Check, Cashier’s Check or approved check with a current letter of credit from your bank. Also accepting debit cards & major credit cards. 5% clerking fee on all sales which will be discounted entirely for customers paying with cash, approved check or debit card. NO BUYER’S PENALTY & NO SALES TAX & NO TITLE FEES. We accept pre-approval letters from major lenders. All items sold "As-Is and Where Is" with no expressed or implied warranties unless announced otherwise by auctioneer on the day of sale. All items are subject to being sold prior to day of sale. Announcements made day of sale supersede any and all advertisements. Wilson’s Auction Sales is not responsible for accidents or items after they are sold. Accepting Consignments: Monday, March 22nd thru Thursday, March 25th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wilson’s Auction reserves the right to reject items inappropriate for this auction or items deemed not sellable. If in doubt, please call ahead for approval. Loader & Fork Lift service available. All items must be removed from the Delaware State Fairgrounds within 72

hours of the auction date, or owner will be responsible for any fees that may be incurred for removal. D e l a w a r e ’s Largest Full Time Professional Auction Ser vice - Ser ving Your Auction Needs Since 1966. Don’t miss this opportunity to market your equipment with an auction company that gets positive results. Contact our office today to have your items included in future adver tising!!! Auctioneer’s Note: This is only a partial listing as many items are com ing in daily. Auction will start promptly at 9:00 a.m. This will be a full day of Auction Excitement with something for everyone. Plan to bring a friend as there are several wagons of small items, and four auctioneers selling throughout the day. There is Plenty of Convenient Parking. Visit our web site for updated listings and several color photos of items in this sale. Food & Refreshments will be ser ved by Burrsville Ruritan Club. ** Mark Your Calendar. . . IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE of VALUABLE FARM Saturday, March 13, 2010 At 11:00 am PUBLIC AUCTION of TRACTOR, FARM EQUIPMENT, PLANTERS, COMBINE, TRUCKS, SHOP EQUIPMENT, TOOLS & MORE Saturday, March 20, 2010 At 10:00 am Mid-Atlantic Fall Equipment Auction scheduled for Saturday, September 25, 2010 At 9:00 am**

MID-ATLANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION Direct Line: (302) 422-8548 Wilson’s Auction Sales, Inc. Our Service Doesn't Cost...It Pays! Experience is the Difference. Dave Wilson, Auctioneer & Sales Manager K. Wade Wilson, Auctioneer & Customer Service Representative (302) 422-3454 Fax (302) 422-0462 Email: wilsonsauction@aol.com www.wilsonsauction.com

Sealed Bid Auction

Bid Deadline: Wed., April 7, 2010 5:00PM EST New Orleans, Louisiana

Barge Mounted Clamshell Cranes “ D a n n y B ” M A N I T O W O C 4 6 0 0 I I I V i c o n , s/n 46095, mtd on 1986 16-0’x59’x8’6” deck barge • “ D o c k s i d e r I I I ” M A N I T O W O C 4 6 0 0 I I I V i c o n , s/n 46131, mtd on 195’x54’x12’ deck barge • “ G r e g o r y L” AMERICAN 12720 , s/n 19498 and 8103A02658, mtd on 180’x59’x11’ deck barge • Cr y s t a l G a y l e ” A M E R I C A N 1 2 2 1 0 , s/n GS19494, mtd on 320’x52’x11’ deck barge • “ D o c k s i d e r ” LIMA 2400B , s/n 712B140, mtd on 165’x50’x10’ deck barge • “ D o c k s i d e r To o ” L I M A 2 4 0 0 B , s/n 3583-6, mtd on 180’x50’x12’ deck barge • NOTE: Buckets Not Included

Crawler Cranes M A N I T O W O C 4 6 0 0 I I I V i c o n , 240 Ton, s/n 46485 • M A N I T O W O C 4 1 0 0 I V i c o n , 200 Ton, s/n 41457 PLUS: AMERICAN and MANITOWOC Crawler Undercarriages • Miscellaneous Boom and Parts

End Dumps (3) '87-'89 KOMATSU HD325-5PB, 35 Ton End Dumps, s/n 3023, s/n 3001 and s/n 2097

Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Inspection Details, Additional Information and Bid Kit!

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.

Kenco Corp. Introduces Its New Horizontal Slab Lifter The Kenco Slab Lift, which can be used on concrete slabs such as suspended bridge decks that must be lifted from one side, keeps slabs horizontal for loading/stacking. The operator simply inserts the lifter throat fully onto slab, slides the adjustment to the center of gravity and lifts. Customized to meet job specifications, the model shown is a 6,000 lb. (2.721 kg) capacity with a 10 to 12 in. (25.4 to 30.5 cm) grip range. It is ready for operation by using a lifting sling such as the Kenco RigMAX attached to any type or model of machine with lifting capabilities. For more information, contact 800/653-6069 or visit www.kenco.com.


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Exclusive Case Large Late Model COMPLETE LIQUIDATION LATE MODEL CAT EARTHMOVING Rental Fleet & Unused Case EQUIPMENT, ENORMOUS Construction & Agricultural AMOUNT OF LATE MODEL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT Equipment plus Large Quantity of ECO TECH Like New Water Trucks. TUESDAY, APRIL 13 @ 9:00 AM DES MOINES, IOWA

THURSDAY, APRIL 8 @ 9:30 AM DALLAS, TEXAS DIRECTIONS: From DFW Airport – Hwy 183 West to I-820 West to Exit 13 (Saginaw). Bear right onto North 287 (Main St.) go approx. 6 miles turn right on Hick’s Field Road. Go 1/2 mile to sale site on right. Address: 1815 Hicks Field Rd. East Fort Worth TX 76179. (Adjacent to JRP Trucking) NOTE: Selling in this sale is unbelievable unused & rental fleet equipment that can not be duplicated anywhere on planet earth, also with the addition of some of the nicest water trucks ever sold at auction! HILITES INCLUDE: 15 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2007 Case CX460, Unused Case CX330, 2005 Case CX330, (2) Unused Case Case CX290, 2005 Case CX290, 2005 Case CX240, Demo Case CX225, Unused Case CX160B, Unused Case CX135SSR, Unused Case CX50CZTS, Unused Case CX31B, 2007 Case CX31B, 4 MOTOR GRADERS: Unused Case 865VHP, 2007 Case 865VHP, (2) Unused Noram 65E, 9 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 20062005 Case 921C, (2) 2007 Case 821E, 2006 Case 821C, 2003 Case 721D, 2007 Case 621E, 2007 Case 521D, 2007 Case 321E, 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (2)

2007 Case 1850KLT, 2003 Case 1650KLGP, 18 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (8) Unused Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), 2005 Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), (7) Unused Case 580M Turbo-II (4x4), 10 SKID STEERS: Demo Case 450, 2006 Case 450, Unused Case 440, 2006 Case 430, Unused Case 420, 2006-2005 Case 420, (3) Unused Case 410, 3 AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS: 2008 Case STX485 (4x4), 2007 Case STX480HD(4X4), 2006 Case STX480HD (4x4), PULL PANS: 2007 KTec 3100, SWEEPERS: 2007 Rosco RB48, 7 WATER TRUCKS: (5) 2007-(2) 2006 Ford F750 (s/a), DUMP TRUCKS: 2007 Ford F750 (s/a), 3 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: (2) 2010 Witzco 50T, (2) 2010 Witzco 35T, Excavators: New 56004800-3500 thumbs, Skid Steers: New Hay Spears, Grapples, Forks, Tree Booms, Buckets, Fork Frames, Stump Buckets, Backhoe, Tree Boom, TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #16356 Michael W. Powers SALE SITE PHONE: (817) 847-2071, (863) 660-3613, SALE SITE FAX: (817) 847-2077

NOTE: After many years in the earthmoving field, Ecotech has decided to pursue other business interests and sell their equipment, trucks & support equipment at public auction. EARLY HILITES: 3 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007 Cat 938G-II (Hilift), 2007 Cat 938G-II (Hilift), 2006 Komatsu WA380-5, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6RXL, Cat D6RXL, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963C, TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007 Kenworth T800B (tri.), DETATCHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2006 Talbert T4W-55 55ton (quad.), ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: 5600-4800-3500 thumbs, Skid Steers: New Hay Spears, Grapples, Forks, Tree Booms, Pallet Forks, Fork Frames, Stump Buckets, Buckets, Backhoe, Sweeper, Breaker, LARGE QUANTITY OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Air Hammer Drills, Jack Hammers, Sewer Lasers, Fans, Pumps, Portapowers, Circ. Saws, Core Drills, Air Compressors, Breakers, Transits, Hoists, Impact Wrenches, Grinders, Engine Scanner, Trench Boxes, Gravel Boxes, Rock Drills, Bedding Boxes, Bulk Oil Systems, Floor Jacks, Snap Ring Puller, Power Greaser, Air Monitor, Welders, Sawzall, Rebar Shears, Torches, Jig Saw, Generator, Soldering gun, Plate tamper.

Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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ALEX LY

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SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC.

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


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CONSTRUCTION AUCTION QUINNIPIAC COMMISSION AUCTION MANAGED BY DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. SATURDAY, April 10, 2010 9:00 A.M. LOCATION: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. 210 CHESHIRE ROAD, RT. 68, PROSPECT, CT Rain, Sleet, Snow —- We Go!!!

Quinnipiac Commission Auction will be conducting our next auction of utility and construction equipment and related supplies on April 10, 2010. This auction will consist of equipment from contractors, Northeast Utilities, and more. Our April sale will feature all equipment from a local contractor going out of business and a large amount of vehicles from Northeast Utilities and others. All equipment owned by local contractor and Northeast Utilities will be sold in absolute. Early consignments from local contractor: AKERMAN H10BLC Hyd. Excavator; AKERMAN AW230 Wheel Hyd. Excavator; AKERMAN H3B Hyd. Excavator, w/blade, low hours; JCB 212S Wheel Loader Backhoe; extend-a-hoe, 4x4; NEW HOLLAND LB620 Wheel Loader Backhoe, w/bucket & forks; CAT D4H Crawler Tractor, 6 way blade, low hours; NEW HOLLAND LS180 Skidsteer; MACK RD600 Tri-Axle Dump; FORD 350 Van Service Truck, w/generator, welder & compressor; Misc. Plow Trucks w/sanders; Commercial Mowers; Snow Pusher Attachments; Skid Steer Attachments; Tag-Along Trailers; Ditch Box, certified; Steel Plates; Large Quantity of Concrete Forms, 500 +/- pieces; 3 PtH Equipment; Complete Quonset Hut Building; Green House Forms; Large Quantity of Misc. Supplies, pipe fittings etc. 75% of this equipment was bought brand new by Owner. All assets of this company will be sold in absolute. Early consignments from Northeast Utilities: 2002 FORD F250 w/4 way plow, 4x4; 2000 FORD Ranger Ext. Cab; 2002 DODGE Caravan; (5) 2001 DODGE Caravans. Early consignments from others: 2006 TAKEUCHI TB145 Hyd. Excavator, rubber tracks, blade, less than 650 hrs.; 2006 CAT 308C Hyd. Excavator, blade, hyd. thumb, quick disconnect, low hrs; HITACHI EX100 Hyd. Excavator; MITSUBISHI MS120-8 Hyd. Excavator; MITSUBISHI MS240LC Hyd. Excavator; KOMATSU PC50UU Mini Excavator w/steel tracks & blade; KOMATSU PC15 Mini Excavator, w/steel tracks & blade; KOBELCO SK30UR Mini Excavator w/rubber tracks & blade; IHI 28UX Mini Excavator, w/rubber tracks & blade; MOROOKA MST800 Track Dump Truck; GEHL CTL 70 Track Skid Steer; CHAMPION 730A Series 3 Art. Motor Grader w/ripper; CAT 416 Backhoe Loader, 4x4; CHAMPION Super Pack A471 Tandem Vib. Roller, diesel; JLG Call for more information: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. (203) 758-4087 or 1-800-201-4368 www.davisauctionsinc.com

80HX Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4, diesel; JLG 60HA Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4, dual fuel; JLG 40HA Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4, dual fuel; GENIE S-40 Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4; JLG 33RTS Scissorlift, 4x4, dual fuel; JLG 2032 20’ Scissorlift, electric; (2) KUBOTA B6000 Wheel Tractor, 14 hp, 3 PtH, 4x4; BISON 25 Wheel Tractor, 3PtH; 2009 JOHN DEERE LA 140 Wheel Tractor, auto, 59+/- hrs; 2006 CUB CADET GT3100 Wheel Tractor w/chains, 200+/- hrs; YALE 3000# Forklift; ELGIN Sweeper; (2) 1993 KENWORTH Oil Truck; 1988 FEDERAL MOTORS Cyclone Pump Fire Truck, w/utility body, 6 man cab, 18000 +/- miles, Municipality Owned Car Trailers; Landscape Trailers; Utility Dump Trailers; Utility Body; 3 PtH Equipment; Misc. Hand Tools; Contractor’s Tools & Supplies. You name it, it looks like it’s coming!! More arriving daily. This is our early tentative list. We accept consignments up thru WEDNESDAY prior to sale. We never know what will be consigned at the last minute – so come to our inspection and find out! INSPECTION: FRIDAY, April 9 , 2010 This is when/where you find out what is really here!!! 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. For Online Bidding, Visit Realtimebid.com

TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECKS WITH IDENTIFICATION. ABSENTEE BIDS ACCEPTED. Website list frequently updated. If you don’t see what you want here, visit website for updates. AUCTIONEER: REGINALD LUSSIER LYNDONVILLE, VT 05851 NH LICENSE #2413


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More Than 1,000 Customers Attend IronPlanet Event

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n Feb. 17, 2010 IronPlanet held its annual “Hog BBQ” at the Harley Davidson dealership in Orlando, Fla., as one way of saying thank you to its customers. The event brought together more than 1,000 customers from across the world, who enjoyed great food and beverages while networking with their fellows in the industry. Attendees also spent time playing Guitar Hero, receiving airbrush tattooes, being brought up to date on the history of Harley Davidson and finding out what’s new at Iron Planet. Steve Deli, Owner of Orlando Harley Davidson, helped to save Harley Attendees enjoyed great food and beverages and an opportunity to network. Davidson from bankruptcy in the late 1980s and then led Harley’s initial public offering. Under his IronPlanet ownership Orlando brought Harley Davidson has together its customers and grown to be one of the Harley enthulargest and most successsiasts for an ful dealerships in the appreciation world. Deli also owns two event. New Hampshire dealerThere’s always time for a little Guitar Hero in the midst ships. of business conversation.

PUBLIC AUCTION ASSE to Recognize 100 WISE MAJOR ARBORIST COMPANY Secured Party Sale Re: D&B Tree Services, Inc.

Sale On Site & Webcast Bucket, Chip, Log & Dump Trucks • Spray Truck Pick-Ups • Bobcat Skid Steers • Morbark Chippers & Rayco Stump Grinders • Sand Spreaders Containers • SUV • '70 Office Trailer • Tag Trailers To Be Sold On The Premises 35 FEDERAL AVENUE, QUINCY, MA

WED., APRIL 14, 2010 • 11AM PROMPT VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR PHOTOS & ADD'L INFO

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Frank Ronne & Assoc., Inc. Appraisers • Auctioneers • MA Lic. #173 (781) 380-3700 • Fax (781) 380-3705 www.appraisals-auctions.com Webcasts Powered by

TERMS: A 10% BUYER'S PREMIUM 13% FOR ON LINE BIDDING WILL APPLY. ALL DEPOSITS IN CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK OR BANK LETTER GUARANTEEING PAYMENT. INSPECTION 10AM-3PM, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2010. ONLINE BIDDERS MUST SUBMIT 25% DEPOSIT BY WIRE TRANSFER, CERTIFIED OR BANK CHECK BY 5PM, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2010. NO EXCEPTIONS. SEE TERMS ON BIDSPOTTER. OTHER TERMS ANNOUNCED. IMMEDIATE REMOVAL.

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Women at 100th Anniversary

The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Women in Safety Engineering (WISE) common interest group will honor 100 women who have, or are currently, making a difference through their work and dedication to protecting people, property and the environment, as part of ASSE’s 100th anniversary celebrations in 2011. WISE honored four women in its monthly newsletter to members in October 2009 and will continue to do so until October 2011 when the group will consolidate the profiles and nominations of 100 dedicated women into a single publication, 100 Women — Making a Difference in Safety. Those nominated do not have to be ASSE members. WISE was established by ASSE and its members to foster the advancement of women in the safety, health and environmental (SH&E) profession. The officers of WISE are Chair Kelly Bernish; Vice Chair Jennifer Zipeto; Secretary Terrie Norris, who also serves as ASSE senior vice president;

and, Treasurer Maureen Johnson. The ASSE group plans to honor women who have dedicated their lives to making a difference in the lives of others through their work, dedication and innovation in SH&E work. “Some paved the way long before ASSE was founded in 1911, like Rebecca Luken who made a difference in manufacturing safety protection devices in the 1800’s,” Bernish said. “Other possible nominees, such as ASSE Professional Development Vice President Patricia Ennis and Terry Wigfall, are ASSE members making a difference today. Our honorees will be diverse. They won’t all be public figures, well known, or famous; they will be everyday heroes making a difference in the lives of others.” To nominate a woman for the WISE “100 Women Project” complete the nomination form on the ASSE WISE Web site. For more information, call 713/455-5200 or visit www.asse.org.


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BRIGG’S EQUIPMENT MAJOR MILITARY JOB (authorized Case Dealer) COMPLETION AUCTION 2 DAY AUCTION!

OF CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS. CR Peele Construction Corporation, Inc. THURSDAY, APRIL 15 @ 9:30 AM JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

NOTE: Having completed work on both military bases in North Carolina, CR Peele has decided to sell the equipment used on those jobs. EARLY HILITES: 12 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR: 2003 Cat 320CL, Cat 315CL, Cat 304, Komatsu PC300LC-6LC Avance, 2007-2005 Komatsu PC220LC-8, 2001 Komatsu PC200LC6LE, 2006-2005 JD 330LC, 2005 JD 200CLC, JD 160CLC, Daewoo 280LC-III, 2007 Gehl 603, 2 RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Gradall GW504-66, Badger 1085C, DRAGLINES: Bucyrus Erie 22B 12 ton, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 120G, Champion 710A, Galion A560E, 2 MOTOR SCRAPERS: Dresser 412B, Dresser 412B, ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCK: DJB D25B, 5 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 938G, Cat 928G, Cat 928G, 2005 JD 544J, Case 621, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D7F, 2002 Cat D6RLGP, Cat D6MLGP, Cat D5MLGP, 1999 Cat D5CLGP-III, Cat D3GXL, JD 850CLGP, 2006 JD 700JLGP, Komatsu D53P, Dresser TD15C, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2006 JD 410G (4x4), 2006 JD 310 Super G (4x4), 2005 Komatsu WB140-2T (4x4), ASPHALT PAVERS: Blaw Knox PF115, 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2007 Sakai SV400D, 2000 Hamm HD12, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS323C, Dynapac CA25, 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2008 ASV Positrack PT100, Cat 257, SKID STEERS: 2008 ASV PT100 Positrack, TRENCHER:Vermeer V7550, FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: Log Skidders: 2001 Cat 525B, 2000 Tigercat 630B, Feller Buncher: Tigercat 726, Crawler Hydr. Log Loader: 2003 JD 2554, Trailer Mtd. Log Loader: Prentice 410E on Evans 20ft. (t/a), DRAGLINES: Bucyrus Erie

22B, 2 MOTORCYCLES: 2007 Harley Davidson Fat Boy, 2006 Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide, 2 WATER TRUCKS: 1983 Ford 8000 4000gal. (t/a), Autocar DC9364B 4000gal. (t/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1995-1994 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), 8 DUMP TRUCKS: 2006 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), 1998 Mack RD694S (t/a), (2) 1996 Kenworth T800 (t/a), 1985-1983 Kenworth W900B (t/a), 2000 Int’l. 5500I (t/a) , Ford 9000 (t/a), UTILITY TRUCKS: 2000 Ford F350 Super Duty X-cab (4x4), FLATBED DUMP TRUCKS: 1992 Int’l. 4700 Navistar (s/a), 12 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2007-2006 Ford F250XLT Harley Davidson Crew Cab Edition (4x4), 2004-2002 Ford F350XLT X-cab (4x4), 2007 Chevy Colorado X-Cab (4x4), 2003 Chevy 3500LS Crew cab (4x4), 2003 Chevy 3500LT Crew cab (4x4), 2001 Chevy 2500HD Silverado Crew cab (4x4), 1999 Chevy 1500 Z71 X-Cab (4x4), 1999 Chevy 1500 LC X-Cab, 2004 GMC 2500HD SLT Crea cab (4x4), 2007 GMC 1500 Sierra Crew cab (4x4), 2 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2006-2003 Fontaine TA51H-NGB 51ton (t/a.), EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2008 Hudson HTD18E 9 ton 18ft. (t/a), 5 DUMP TRAILERS: (2) 2006 All Pro DGNB82010T8F 20ft.(t/a), (2)1995 Montone AD28285454 28ft. (t/a), Palmer EA003374 24ft. (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New 5600-4800-3500 thumbs, Skid Steers: New Hay Spears, Grapples, Forks, Tree Booms, Pallet Forks, Fork Frames, Stump Buckets, Buckets, Backhoe. NC FIRM # 5682, NC AUCTIONEER Jack Lyon

Complete Liquidation Phase VI Case Earthmoving & Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Service Trucks. FRIDAY, APRIL 16 & SATURDAY, APRIL 17 @ 9:30 AM CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA NOTE: Brigg’s Equipment, the largest Case Dealer in North America, is completely selling out and will sell its equipment in 6 phases with phase 6 in this sale absolute unreserved consisting of the best Case Earthmoving, Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Case Attachments, Case Tooling & Shop Equipment found anywhere. EARLY HILITES: 2 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Demo Noram 65E, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007-2005 Case 621D, 6 TRENCH ROLLERS: (4) 2007 Wacker RT82SC, 2007 Wacker RT80SC, 2007 Wacker RT56, ASPHALT ROLLERS: Hamm HD12, 13 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) 2008 Genie GTH1056, (9) 2008 GTH636, 2003 Lull 844C-42, Lull 644D-36, 12 BOOM LIFTS: (2) 2008 Genie S85 (4x4), 2008-(2) 2007 Genie S60 (4x4), (7) 2007 Genie S40 (4x4), 29 SCISSOR LIFTS: (6) 2008-2007 Genie GS3246, 2008-(21) 2007 Genie GS1930, SWEEPERS: 2007 Laymor 8HC, 21 SERVICE TRUCKS: (3) 2006-(7) 2005 Ford F750 (s/a), 2005-(5) 2004 Ford F650, 2003- 2001-2000 Ford F550, (2) 2001 Sterling Acterra, 5 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2001 Ford F250, 2003-2002-(2) 2001 Ford F150, 2 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2007 Trailmaster 4KNFC, 2007 Trailmaster CG14, VERY LARGE QUANTITY ATTACHMENTS & PARTS: Qty. Case 42in.-84in. Buckets, Case Wheels, Case lever Control Kit, Case Restraint Bars, Case Hydr. Valves, C&P Buckets, Werk Brau 12in.-42in. Buckets, Hensley Bucket, JRB 2yd.-4yd. Buckets, FFC 66in.-90in. Rakes & Buckets, Bradco Boom Pole, Bradco Mulcher, Esco Hydr. Coupler, NPK Plate Compactor-Hydr. Couplers – Jaw Sets, Genesis Concrete Jaw Sets – Rebar Cutter Shears-Pulverizer, Labounty Grapples, Loegering Wheel Spacers-Rubber Tracks, Zanetis pad kits. NC FIRM # 5682, NC AUCTIONEER Jack Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (315) 559-5900

Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

Visit us on the Internet at www.lyonauction.com

The Complete Auction And Appraisal Service

ALEX LY

N & SON

SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC.

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


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MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from MIDWAY UTILITY CONTRACTORS, LLC & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

FRIDAY, MARCH 19th, 9:30 AM 244 HAVERHILL ST, ROWLEY, MA 01969 INVENTORY OF UNDERGROUND & AERIAL UTILITY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, LIGHT DUTY EXCAVATION EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS PARTIAL LISTING: HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: 2003 Cat 420DIT, 18” Bkt w/Teeth, A/C, 7’ 4 In 1 Q/C Bkt, s/n BLN05239 Backhoe; 2002 Cat 420DIT Backhoe, 4x4, E-Hoe, 24” Q/C Bkt, 7’ 4 In 1 Q/C Bkt, s/n BLN5055; 2002 Cat 420DIT Backhoe, 4x4, E-Hoe, 24” Q/C Bkt, 7’ 4 In 1 Q/C Bkt, s/n BLN04886; 1997 Cat 416CIT Backhoe, 4x4, E-Hoe, 12” Q/C Bkt, 7’ 4 In 1 Q/C Bkt, s/n 1WR00589; 1994 Cat 416B Backhoe, 4x4, E-Hoe, 24” Bkt w/Teeth, 7’ 4 In 1 Bkt, s/n 8ZK03600; 2000 Cat 924G Wheel Loader, 7’ Q/C Bkt, 3rd Valve, s/n 9SW00595; SKID STEERS: 1999 Case 1845, s/n JAF0276277; 1999 Case 1854, s/n JAF0278010; 1996 Case 1840, s/n 1A10177164; SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: 1996 Altec CX18ATD Grinder; Sweepers; TRENCHERS: 1996 Vermeer LM-42, s/n 1VM112L57100D652; ROLLERS & COMPACTORS: 2001 Stow R2000 Roller, Honda Pwd, s/n 109502; 2001 Stowe R200-H Roller, Honda Pwd, s/n 9901726; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: NPK C-4C Plate Compactor; Wain Roy Q/C; Major Q/C Sweepster For Backhoe; Hensley 24” Bkt w/Teeth; New Cat Pin Grabber For 245B & 345C; Backhoe Forks; Excavator, Backhoe & Skid Steer Bkts & Couplers; Compactor; Sweepsters; Pavement Miller; TRUCK TRACTORS: DUMP TRUCKS: 2003 Ford F650 S/A Dump w/Plow, Vin 3FDNF64A53MB07969; 2000 Ford F750 S/A Dump, Cat Dsl, Vin 3FDXF75R8YMA37833; 1997 Ford F800 S/A Dump, Cat Dsl, w/Plow, Vin 1FDNF80C5VVA24765; 1995 Ford F Series S/A 1 Ton Dump, 4x4, w/Plow, Vin 1FDLF47F6SEA30361; 1994 Ford L800 S/A Dump, Vin 1FDZR82E9RVA04376; SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: 2003 Ford F350 Step Van w/Supreme Service Body, Vin 1FDWF36P72EC42771; 2003 Ford F350 Step Van w/Supreme Service Body, Vin 1FDWF36P3EC42772; 2002 Ford F350 Step Van w/Supreme Service Body, Vin 1FDWF36F02EC57232; 1997 Ford F350 w/Reading Utility Body, Vin 1FTHF36F8VED09059; 1993 Ford E350 Cube Van w/Enclosed Tool Body, Vin 1FDKE37MXPHB85539; 1980 Ford LN8000 Full Service Body, V8 Cat, 22’ Bed, 400 Amp Hobart Welder, Air Compressor, 10,000 Lb Crane; FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 1996 Ford F450 Super Duty Flatbed, 4x4, Dsl, Tool Boxes, Vin 1FDLF47F1TEB52353; 1996 Chevy Cut A Way 10’ Van Body, Vin 1GBHG31RXT1041395; 1994 Ford E350 14’ Van Body, Vin 1FDKE37M2RHL18276; TRAILERS: 1997 Martin Welding Pipe Trailer; 1985 5 Ton Tag-Along Equipment Trailer, Dual Axle, Ramps, Vin LH8512265; YARDER TRUCK: 1996 Ottawa, Detroit Dsl, Auto, Hyd 5th Wheel; FLEET VEHICLES: 1996 Ford F350XLT Lariat, 4x4, Turbo Dsl, Auto, 8’ Bed; 1996 Ford Explorer, Vin 1FMDU34X5TUD58637; ROAD MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT: Power Ray 4TCR Trailer Mtd Asphalt Repair Unit w/Heat, s/n 657; GENSET, COMPRESSORS, PUMPS & WELDERS: 200KW Genset 3 HP; (2) Honda EM 3500S Gensets; (3) Honda EB 5000 Gensets; 1996 Sullivan Tag-Along Air Compressor, John Deere Dsl, s/n CD4089D263140; 1995 Sullivan Tag-Along Air Compressor, John Deere Dsl, s/n 498214875A; 1988 Sullivan Tag-Along Air Compressor, s/n 210695; UTILITY CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Like New Fusion Units; Side Winders; Locator; Pierce Air Row Mole; CONSTRUCTION & GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Wacker BS50-4S Jumping Jack Compactor; Wacker BS600 Jumping Jack Compactor; Wacker BS50-2J Jumping Jack Compactor; Plate Compactors; Portable Pumps; Generators; Compressors; Heaters; Ventilators; Tapping Unit; Hydraulic Power Unit; Sand Blasting Equipment; EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS: Air Boss Solid Tires; Trencher Hammer Tip Segments; AND MORE!

3 DAYS – 1000’S OF LOTS – 3 DAYS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from GILBERT P. CARTIER CONSTRUCTION, INC. & TILCON CT & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 9 & 10, 9:00 AM 275 ROUTE 32, N. FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 – THURSDAY, APRIL 8th, 9:00 AM DUMPS, REFUSE & ROLLOFF TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS & TRAILERS Truck Tractors: Tri, T/A & S/A Dumps: Rolloff Trucks & Trailers: Rollback Trucks: Refuse Trucks: Recycling & Container Delivery Trucks: Bucket & Boom Trucks: Specialized Trucks: Car Carrier: Crane Truck: Reefer Trucks & Trailers: Detachable & Lowbed Trailers: Dump Trailers: Van, Flatbed & Sgl Drop Trailers: Tag-Along & Other H.D. Equipment Trailers: Tank Trailers: Live Bottom & Walking Floor Trailers: Office & Storage Trailers: Utility, Flatbed & Van Body Trucks: Service, Water, Fuel & Lube Trucks & Trailers: Sweeper Truck: Snow Handling Trucks & Equipment: Fleet Vehicles: Truck Parts & Parts Vehicles: And More!

DAY 2- FRIDAY, APRIL 9th, 9:00 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTH MOVING & LAND CLEARING EQUIP, CRUSHING & SCREENING Excavators: Crawler Tractors & Loaders: Rubber Tired Loaders: Tractor Loader Backhoes: Skid Steers: Skid Steer Attachments: Paving Equipment: Crushing & Screening Plants & Components: Stackers & Conveyors: Large Gensets: Rollers & Compactors: Telescopic Boom Lifts: Rough Terrain , Telescopic & Pneumatic Tired Forklifts: Motor Graders & Scrapers: Forestry & Land Clearing Equipment: Cranes: Haul Trucks: Buckets & Attachments: Sea & Storage Containers: Trench & Shoring Boxes & Road Plates: Equipment Parts & Components: And More!

DAY 3 – SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 9:00 AM CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT Walk Behind Sweepers & Scrubbers: Gensets, Compressors, Pumps, Welders & Light Towers: Message & Arrow Boards: Man Lifts & Scissor Lifts: Cushion Tire And Warehouse Forklifts: Utility Tractors & Attachments: Utility Vehicles: Boats & Recreational Vehicles: Wood Chippers, Stump Grinders & Mulchers: Commercial Landscape & Grounds Care Equipment: Utility & Landscape Trailers: Ag Tractors & Implements: Three Pt Hitch Attachments: Out Buildings: Major Inventory Of Construction, General & Mechanical Contractor Support & Shop Equipment: And More!

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275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254, (860) 642-4200, Fax: (860) 642-7900 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com

Ritchie Bros. Inc. Reports Increased Revenue for 2009 Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced net earnings for the year ended Dec. 31, 2009, of $93.5 million, or $0.88 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $92.0 million, or $0.87 per diluted share compared to adjusted net earnings of $85.5 million, or $0.81 per diluted share, for the year ended Dec. 31, 2008. This represents year-over-year adjusted net earnings per share growth of 8 percent. Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure and is defined below. Financial statement net earnings in 2008 were $101.4 million, or $0.96 per diluted share. The company’s auction revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2009, were $377.2 million, compared to $354.8 in 2008, representing a 6 percent year over year increase. The company conducted 195 industrial auctions in 14 countries throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Central America, Asia and Australia during 2009, and set 11 regional gross auction proceeds records. During the year, the company held its first ever auctions in India and Turkey, its first auction in Panama since 1999, and its second auction in Poland. Quarterly Dividend The company also announced on Jan. 25, 2010, the declaration of a quarterly cash dividend of $0.10 per common share payable on March 12, 2010, to shareholders of record on Feb. 19, 2010. In 2009, the company paid approximately $40 million in regular cash dividends, a 12 percent increase over 2008. Gross Auction Proceeds and Auction Revenues Gross auction proceeds in 2009 were $3.49 billion, 2 percent lower than in 2008. Gross auction proceeds is a non-GAAP financial measure and is described below. Excluding the impact of fluctuations in the value of the U.S. dollar, gross auction proceeds and auction revenues in local currency increased 2 percent and 11 percent, respectively, in 2009 compared to 2008. Excluding the United States market, gross auction proceeds increased by 10 percent in local currency in 2009 compared to 2008. The company’s auction revenue rate (auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) was 10.80 percent in 2009, compared to 9.95 percent in 2008. The company achieved gross auction proceeds of $891.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2009, a 4 percent increase compared to $853.9 million in the fourth quarter of 2008. Auction revenues were $97.1 million for the three months ended Dec. 31, 2009, a 19 per-

cent increase, compared to $81.7 million for the fourth quarter of 2008. Gross auction proceeds and auction revenues in local currency increased 1 percent and 14 percent, respectively, in the fourth quarter of 2009 compared to 2008. Net Earnings for the Quarter Net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2009 were $21.8 million, or $0.21 per diluted share, compared to net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2008 of $27.1 million, or $0.26 per diluted share. Adjusted net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2009 were $21.1 million, or $0.20 per diluted share, compared to adjusted net earnings of $19.2 million, or $0.18 per diluted share, for the fourth quarter of 2008. Numbers of Bidders, Buyers and Sellers The company recorded a 21 percent increase in the number of bidder registrations and a 15 percent increase in the number of buyers at its industrial auctions in 2009. The company had approximately 336,000 bidder registrations at its unreserved industrial auctions in 2009, of which almost 98,000 were successful buyers. In 2008, the company had approximately 278,000 bidder registrations, of which approximately 84,000 were buyers. Ritchie Bros. worked with a large number of truck, equipment and other asset sellers in 2009, selling close to 283,000 lots on behalf of more than 37,000 consignors. In 2008, Ritchie Bros. sold in excess of 252,000 lots for more than 36,000 consignors. Average Ritchie Bros. Auction The company’s auctions varied in size during 2009, but the average Ritchie Bros. industrial auction attracted more than 1,700 bidders who competed for more than 1,400 lots consigned by 190 consignors. For the 12 months ended Dec. 31, 2008, the average industrial auction attracted more than 1,400 bidders, who competed for more than 1,300 lots consigned by 189 consignors. The average gross auction proceeds per industrial auction for 2009 was approximately $17.3 million (2008 — $17.7 million). Online Bidding Statistics Ritchie Bros. sold approximately $830 million of trucks, equipment, and other assets to online bidders during 2009, representing a 19 percent increase compared to 2008 (2008 — approximately $700 million). see RITCHIE page 125


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CEO Pleased With Growth, Continues Long-Term Plan RITCHIE from page 124

Almost 130,000 unique customers from more than 195 countries have now registered and received approval to bid online at Ritchie Bros. auctions. Internet bidders represented approximately 35 percent of the total registered bidders at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions in 2009, and they were the buyer or runner-up bidder on 37 percent of the lots offered online at these auctions (2008 — 30 percent). Since launching its real-time online bidding service in 2002, the company has now sold almost $3.3 billion worth of trucks, equipment, and other assets to online bidders. Summary Comments “We continued to execute our long-term growth strategy and are pleased with our performance in 2009 in the face of challenging conditions in several of our major markets,” said Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO. “We made significant investments in the future of our company, opening seven new and replacement auction sites, growing our sales team by 14 percent, introducing new valueadded services for our customers and improving our systems and processes, including development of a new sales force automation tool and piloting a timed auction system. We sold a record number of equipment items, registered record numbers of on site and online bidders, including significant numbers of first time customers, sold a record amount of equipment to online bidders and conducted a number of successful auctions in frontier markets. Our efforts to control expenses and improve efficiency are reflected in our healthy adjusted net earnings growth. “Our gross auction proceeds did not grow as expected in 2009, although we did see growth in some of our markets, such as Canada where we generated a 19 percent increase in local currency gross auction proceeds. In general, average equipment values at our auctions were lower than in 2008, and combined with a shift to more lower valued items, this diminished the impact of the 12 percent increase in items we sold in 2009. At the beginning of 2009 we expected a high volume of idle equipment to come to market but this did not happen. Equipment owners had the unusual situation of low interest rates and generally more accommodating lenders, so in the face of a high degree of uncertainty in the market and depressed equipment values, many equipment owners chose to hold on to their assets.

“It’s hard to say exactly what 2010 has in store for Ritchie Bros. — precise visibility into the future is challenging for us at the best of times — and even though the results of our recent auctions have been very promising, the continuing uncertainty in equipment markets makes 2010 a tough year to predict. Like many other companies, we have been impacted by the global recession; however, we remain focused on executing our strategy and generating earnings growth over the long term,” Blake said. Definitions of Non-GAAP Measures The company defines adjusted net earnings as financial statement net earnings excluding the after-tax effects of excess property sales and significant foreign exchange gains or losses resulting from financing activities that are not expected to recur, and has provided a reconciliation below. Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure that does not have a standardized meaning, and is therefore unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The company believes that comparing adjusted net earnings for different financial periods provides more useful information about the growth or decline of its net earnings for the relevant financial period and identifies the impact of items which the company does not consider to be part of its normal operating results. Gross auction proceeds represent the total proceeds from all items sold at Ritchie Bros. auctions. The company’s definition of gross auction proceeds may differ from those used by other participants in its industry. Gross auction proceeds is an important measure the company uses in comparing and assessing its operating performance. It is not a measure of the company’s financial performance, liquidity or revenue and is not presented in its consolidated financial statements. The company believes that auction revenues, which is the most directly comparable measure in its statements of operations, and certain other line items, are best understood by considering their relationship to gross auction proceeds. Auction revenues represent the revenues earned by Ritchie Bros. in the course of conducting its auctions, and consist primarily of commissions earned on consigned equipment and net profit on the sale of equipment purchased by the company and sold in the same manner as consigned equipment. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.

Complete Liquidation: Thomas Associates LATE MODEL CAT, KOMATSU CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS

“The Finest of the South” WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21 @ 10:00 AM NASHVILLE (LAVERGNE), TENNESSEE NOTE: Thomas Associates, one of the largest contractors in the Nashville area, after 2 generations has decided to discontinue operations and pursue other interests and sell their fine fleet of late model equipment and vehicles at absolute, unreserved auction. HILITES INCLUDE: 3 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Volvo A40D, 2006 Volvo A35D, 8 STRAIGHT FRAME TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Komatsu H465, (3) 2005 Komatsu HD605, (3) Cat 796D, 9 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 375L, Cat 345BL, (2) Cat 330CL, Cat 330BL, Cat 325BL, Cat 321D, Hitachi EX1200, 2006 Hitachi ZX850H, MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 140H, 2 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2) Cat 621F, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 930G, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D10R (ripper), 2000 Cat D6R/Ripper, (2) 2007 Cat D8T, (2) 2003 Cat D8R, Cat D8L, 2008 Cat D6TXW, 2006 Cat D6RXL, Cat D3GXL, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963C, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS563D, Cat C563C, 3 GRINDERS: 2006 ProGrinder 5100KBL, Nordberg NW1213 Impact Crusher, 2007 Metso LT1213 Impact Rock Crusher, PAVERS: Gomaco GT3600, 2 SKID STEERS: Cat 287B, Cat 242, 8 DUMP TRUCKS: (3) 2007 Volvo VHD64B triaxle Dumps, (5) Mack RD688S triaxle Dumps, TRUCK & TRAILERS: Freightliner (tri.) w/ Fontaine 60 ton, 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2007 CV713 Super Lube 2500, 2003 Ford F750 Mechanics Body, 2003 Ford F650 Mechanics Body, HYDRAULIC HAMMERS: NPK GH18, Bitelli TB980XC, 5 ROCK DRILLS: 2006 Atlas Copco Rock Drill, (2) 2006 Reedrill Rock Drills, (2) Gardner Denver Drills. TN AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #00005432 / Jack Lyon TN AUCTION FIRM: #00004268 / Alex Lyon & Son Inc. Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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Komatsu PC1250LC-8 Shovel Provides High Efficiency, Large Digging Force Komatsu America Corp.’s PC1250LC-8 is ideal for pit and quarry work, as well as other high production applications. This Komatsu excavator provides large drawbar pull and steering force, with increased stability and productivity, a Tier III certified engine, and enhanced serviceability. The PC1250LC-8 has an operating weight of 244,790 lbs. (111,035 kg), with a flywheel horsepower of 672 hp (501 kW), and a bucket capacity of 8.5 cu. yds. (6.5 cu m). The machine is equipped with KOMTRAX technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Data such as operating hours, location, cautions, and maintenance alerts are relayed to the web application for analysis. KOMTRAX helps increase machine availability, reduce the risk of machine theft, allow for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency and productivity. Power With Reduced Exhaust Emissions The PC1250LC-8 gets its power and work capacity from a Komatsu SAA6D170E-5 engine, which adopts the cooled EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculating) system with electronically controlled bypass-assist type venturi. The engine is EPA Tier III emissions certified, reducing nitrous oxide emissions by approximately 40 percent. A new hydraulically driven variable-speed cooling fan is adopted for quieter operation and improved fuel economy. Fan speed varies with engine coolant, hydraulic oil and ambient temperature inputs, and its fan rotation is reversible to aid in radiator and hydraulic cooler cleaning. This feature also can be used to reduce warm-up time in low temperature work environments. The PC1250LC-8 has a two-mode setting for the boom. The smooth mode is useful in operations such as scraping or gathering blasted rock, and when maximum digging force is needed the operator can switch to the power mode setting for more effective excavating. It also features a shockless boom control to automatically reduce the amount of vibration present when operating the boom. This in turn reduces operator fatigue while increasing productivity by minimizing spillage caused by vibration. The machine is equipped with two working modes (Power and Economy). Each mode is designed to match engine speed, pump flow and system pressure to specific application requirements, giving the operator flexibility to match equipment performance to the job at hand. Economy mode now features four level settings, allowing the operator to achieve required production at lowest possible fuel consumption. The Heavy Lift mode gives the operator 10 percent more lifting force on the boom when needed to handle large rock or heavy lifting applications. Komatsu has increased the PC1250LC-8’s productivity with a swing priority setting, which allows the operator to use the same easy motion for 180 degree loading as they would in 90 degree loading operations. By proportioning the oil flow, the operator can select either the boom or swing as the priority for increased cycle times.

Comfortable Cab Enhances Operator Productivity The PC1250LC-8 features a wide spacious cab with a seat capable of sliding more than 13 in. (33 cm) and enables full flat reclining of the seat back (with headrest) for maximum comfort. The high capacity automatic air conditioner with bilevel control function keeps the operator comfortable in all weather conditions. The dual air filters and a higher internal air pressure prevent external dust from entering the cab. Incab noise levels are low due to the new damper mounting system (which incorporates longer stroke and the addition of a spring), and a strengthened left and right side deck further reduces noise and vibration at the operators seat, according to the manufacturer. Built to Last All major components are designed and produced by Komatsu. Booms and arms are constructed of thick one-piece plates and large castings for extended service life and maximum durability. Komatsu frames are designed using threedimensional CAD and FEM analysis technology. The undercarriage is strengthened for added durability when working on rocky ground or blasted rock and additional guards protect the travel motors and piping from rock damage. Electronic devices have passed severe testing, metal guard rings protect all hydraulic cylinders, and Deutz-type electrical connectors are completely sealed against dirt and moisture. The boom foot hoses are positioned under the boom foot to reduce hose bend during operation and improve operator safety. Hydraulic hoses are equipped with O-ring seals versus conventional taper seals to provide extended leak-free life. The PC1250LC-8 also has an extensive filtration system with standard in-line high-pressure filters in the outlet port of each main hydraulic pump to reduce failures caused by contamination, according to the manufacturer. Maintenance Made Easy Equipped with Komatsu’s EMMS (Equipment Management Monitoring System), the PC1250LC-8 was designed to reduce costly downtime. EMMS continually monitors all critical excavator systems, alerting and guiding the operator should a problem occur. By preventing a small problem from becoming a major service issue, EMMS contributes to operating cost reduction. The system also tracks the preventative maintenance schedule, providing on-board warning as required maintenance becomes due. Error codes and troubleshooting assistance is available at the EMMS display, minimizing diagnosis and repair time. A wide center walkway allows for easy access to most inspection and maintenance points, and the inspection and maintenance points are grouped to facilitate easy engine and hydraulic component checks. A wide catwalk, large handrails and steps, and slip resistant plates offer easy and safe access throughout the machine. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.


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ABSOLUTE AUCTION Surplus Equipment Liquidation Northeast Ohio Trenching Service, Inc. Thurs., April 22, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00AM Warrensville Heights, OH (Cleveland Area)

Public Auction Friday, April 23rd

Hydraulic Excavators and Attachments

`06 CAT 320CL, s/n PAB05283, e/w 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? stick, Cat hyd quick coupler, 38â&#x20AC;? bucket â&#x20AC;˘ `03 CAT 320CL, s/n PAB00127, e/w 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? stick, Cat hyd quick coupler, 51â&#x20AC;? bucket â&#x20AC;˘ `94 CAT 320L, s/n 9KK02441, e/w 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? stick w/stiff arm bracket, JRB hyd quick coupler, 52â&#x20AC;? bucket â&#x20AC;˘ `97 CAT 311B, s/n 8GR00266, e/w 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;3â&#x20AC;? stick, JRB hyd quick coupler, 18â&#x20AC;? bucket â&#x20AC;˘ `01 JD 120, s/n 32038, e/w 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? stick w/hyd beyond, JRB hyd quick coupler, 48â&#x20AC;? bucket â&#x20AC;˘ `05 KOMATSU PC78MR-6, s/n 1976, e/w 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;4â&#x20AC;? stick w/hyd beyond, hyd quick coupler, 48â&#x20AC;? cleanup bucket, 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;8â&#x20AC;? backfill blade, zero-tail swing â&#x20AC;˘ EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS: 24â&#x20AC;? Hydraulic Plate Compactor â&#x20AC;˘ 36â&#x20AC;? Slab Bucket â&#x20AC;˘ 32â&#x20AC;? Thumb Attachment â&#x20AC;˘ Digging Buckets: 40â&#x20AC;?; 36â&#x20AC;?; (2) 33â&#x20AC;?; (2) 28â&#x20AC;? (one with 2 ripper pockets); 24â&#x20AC;?; (2) 20â&#x20AC;?; 22â&#x20AC;?; (3) 18â&#x20AC;?; 16â&#x20AC;?; 12â&#x20AC;?

Rubber Tired Loader, Asphalt Zipper and Attachments `04 CAT 924G, s/n DDA00823, e/w hyd quick coupler, GP loader bucket, aux hyd, EROPS, 20.5x25 tires â&#x20AC;˘ `07 ASPHALT ZIPPER AZ-360HD Milling Attachment, s/n 360HD00199, JD dsl, e/w 36â&#x20AC;? cutting drum, T/A transport trailer LOADER ATTACHMENTS: Cat 2.5 CuYd Hydraulic Side Dump Bucket w/quick coupler â&#x20AC;˘ (1) Cat 60â&#x20AC;? Fork Attachment

Crawler Tractors

`03 CAT D5GXL, s/n FDH01476, e/w 6-way straight blade, joystick steering, OROPS â&#x20AC;˘ `95 FIAT ALLIS FD145, s/n 76031393, e/w straight blade with tilt, OROPS

Backhoes and Compaction Equipment `04 CAT 420D IT, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n BLN11290, e/w 4 in 1 loader bucket, 36â&#x20AC;? bucket, front and rear quick couplers, front auxiliary hyds, EROPSâ&#x20AC;˘ `03 JD 410G, s/n 912079, e/w 4 in 1 loader bucket, rear hyd beyond, OROPS â&#x20AC;˘ `01 NEW HOLLAND LB110, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n 031031152, e/w 4 in 1 loader bucket, 30â&#x20AC;? bucket, EROPS â&#x20AC;˘ `96 FORD 655D, s/n Unknown, e/w 4 in 1 loader bucket, rear hyd beyond, OROPS â&#x20AC;˘ `98 FORD 555E, 4x4, s/n 031017955, e/w 4 in 1 loader bucket, 12â&#x20AC;? bucket, rear hyd beyond, OROPS â&#x20AC;˘ `91 FORD 555C, s/n A416239, e/w 4 in1 loader bucket, OROPS BACKHOE ATTACHMENTS: NPK Hyd Hammer â&#x20AC;˘ (3) 24â&#x20AC;? Hyd Plate Compactors â&#x20AC;˘ 16â&#x20AC;? Compaction Wheel â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;&#x2122;96 DYNAPAC CA151D, s/n 59811171, Cummins dsl e/w 66â&#x20AC;? smooth drum, drum drive

Skid Steer Loaders and Attachments (4) BOBCAT S250(s): `08 s/n 530940406; (2) `06 s/n 530913126 & s/n 530914437, & `04, s/n 526014681, Kubota dsl and 2 spd hydrostatic trans, e/w gp buckets, some w/hi-flow hyds â&#x20AC;˘ `00 BOBCAT 773, s/n 517612782, Kubota dsl and 2 spd hydrostatic trans, e/w gp bucket, hi-flow hyds â&#x20AC;˘ `92 THOMAS 173 HL, s/n LK000248, â&#x20AC;˘ SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: MELROE Grader Attach w/6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; moldboard â&#x20AC;˘ BOBCAT Trencher Attachment â&#x20AC;˘ 1,800# Concrete Bucket w/hyd door â&#x20AC;˘ (2) LOEGERING Steel Track Sets â&#x20AC;˘ 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Hyd Boom â&#x20AC;˘ (2) 72â&#x20AC;? Hyd Sweepers â&#x20AC;˘ (7) 48â&#x20AC;? Fork Attachments

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Portable Screen `03 THOMAS ProTough 400, s/n 2T93A9BC431145907, Kubota dsl, e/w 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;?x6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? double deck vibratory screen

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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION Bolus Truck Parts & Towing 15 LATE MODEL TRUCK WRECKERS, 25 TRUCK TRACTORS, 200 VAN TRAILERS, 25 CONTAINERS PLUS Enormous Amount of Engines, Transmissions, Rears & Large Quantity of Parts Trucks. SATURDAY, APRIL 24 @ 9:00 A.M. SCRANTON (THROOP), PENNSYLVANIA DIRECTIONS: From I-81 South: Merge N Blakely St./ PA-347 S via exit 188 toward Dunmore, left at Jessup St., right on N. Apple St.., right on Sherwood Ave., right on N. Blakely St./ PA-347 for 1.3 miles. Continue to follow PA-347 N. Slight right on Sanderson St.. Sale site is on the right. Address: 922 Sanderson St., Throop, PA 18512. NOTE: The owners of Bolus Truck Parts have decided to liquidate this fine, long time established business and pursue other interests to keep them occupied. HILITES INCLUDE: 13 WRECKER TRUCKS: 2008 Peterbilt 389 (tri.), 2000 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 2007-1988 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 1995 Peterbilt (t/a), 2007 Kenworth W900 (t/a), 2000 Kenworth T800 (t/a), 1988 Freightliner (t/a), Volvo White (s/a), 1986 Int’l. (t/a),1980 Ford 9000 (t/a), 1977 Ford F350 Custom (s/a), (t/a) w/ dual Garwood Winches, ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 2005 GMC C5500 (s/a), 1995 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 10 DUMP TRUCKS: 1995 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), Peterbilt (tri.), Mack (tri), Mack (t/a), (2) Ford 9000 (t/a), International 210 (t/a), Autocar (tri.), 1988 Marmon (tri.), 23 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007 Peterbilt (tri.), 1995 Peterbilt 378 (t/a), Mack CH612 (s/a), 2000 Kenworth W900 (t/a), 2005 Kenworth T800 (t/a), Kenworth T600 (t/a), Kenworth T2000 (t/a), 2008-2003 Freightliner Columbia (t/a), 2000 Freightliner FLD12064ST (t/a), 1998 Freightliner (t/a), 1996 Freightliner (s/a), 2000 Int’l. 9200 (t/a), 1996 Int’l. 9200 (s/a), Int’l. 9200 (s/a), 2006-2000 Volvo (t/a), (2) Volvo (t/a), 1997 Volvo (s/a), Volvo White (s/a), 3 VAN TRUCKS: 2001 Freightliner FL70 (s/a), Mack Cab Over 24ft., 1995 Chevy Kodiak LoPro (s/a), 6 SERVICE TRUCKS: 1999-1998 Ford F550XL Super Duty (s/a), 1997 Ford F Super Duty (s/a), Ford F Super Duty (s/a),19951994 Chevy Cheyenne (s/a), 5 PICKUPS: Ford Ranger XL, Chevy 1500 Silverado (4x4), Chevy Silverado (4x4), Chevy Custom Deluxe 20, Chevy (4x4), VANS: 2003 Ford E250, CAB & CHASSIS: Int’l. 4700 (s/a), Nissan UV (s/a), AUTOMOBILES: Volkswagen Passat, (2) Volkswagen Jetta, MOTOR HOMES: 1978 Winnebago D26RT 26ft., 167 VAN TRAILERS: 1990-1987 Fruehauf FB9 (t/a), 1983 Fruehauf FT8 (t/a), (2)1987 Fruehauf PG9 (t/a), Fruehauf 48ft. (t/a), Fruehauf (t/a), Fruehauf (s/a), (6) 1995 Strick 48ft. (t/a), (29) 1994-(30)1993 -(4) 1992-1991-1990-1986-1985 Strick 48ft. (t/a), (4) Strick 48ft. (t/a), 1993-1992 Strick 45ft. (t/a), Strick 45ft.(t/a), 1993-1982 Strick 30ft. (s/a), Strick 30ft.(s/a), (8) 1994 Strick 28ft. (t/a), 1994-1992-(2) 1991 Strick 28ft. (s/a), Trailmobile 53ft., 1984-1978 Trailmobile 48ft. (t/a), 1974 Trailmobile 45ft. (t/a), 1990 Trailmobile 42ft. (t/a), Trailmobile 42ft. (t/a), 1997-(2) 1992-1991 Wabash 53ft. (t/a), (2) Wabash 53ft. (t/a), (2) 1996-(2) 1995 Wabash 48ft. (t/a), Wabash 48ft. (t/a), (3) Wabash 30ft. (s/a), (4) 1998-(6) 1997 Wabash 28ft. (s/a),Wabash Remanufactured 28ft. (s/a), 1993 Great Dane 53ft. (t/a), Great Dane 53ft. (t/a), 2000 Stoughton 53ft., (2) Stoughton 53ft. (t/a), 1993 Stoughton 48ft. (t/a), 1996 Pines 53ft. (t/a), Pines 53ft. (t/a), (3) Pines 48ft. (t/a),1989 Pines 30ft. (s/a), (6) Pines 30ft. (s/a), (2) Pines 28ft. (s/a), 1993 Dorsey AIDTLS (t/a), 1973 American Trailer 42ft.

(t/a), 1986 Theurer 48ft. (t/a), 1995 Hyundai 48ft. (t/a), 1983 Kentucky 48ft. (t/a), (3) 1996 Monon 48ft. (t/a), Evans Monon 48ft. (t/a), 1991 National P102, 1993 Road Systems 30ft. (s/a), (2) 48ft. (t/a), 28ft. (s/a), 14 REFRIGERATED TRAILERS: (2) 1998-1997 Great Dane 7211 48ft. w/Thermal King Units (t/a), 1992 Great Dane 701 w/ Thermal King (t/a), (4) Great Dane 48ft. w/ Thermal King Units (t/a), Dorsey LPGARD (t/a), 1996 Wabash RSA10215 (t/a), 1984 Timpee Inc. (t/a), 1996-1990 Utility VS2R w/ Thermal King (t/a), Utility 48ft. w/ Thermal King (t/a), 9 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2009 Dorsey 35ton (t/a), 1999 Landoll 660W (t/a), Landoll 48ft. (t/a), 1999 Ravens 48ft. (t/a), Ravens 48ft. (t/a), Ryder 48ft. (t/a), 2000 Take Three Trailers Inc. (tri.), Trailmobile 45ft. (t/a), 1984 48ft. (t/a), 5 TAGALONG TRAILERS: Load Trail (t/a), 2001 John Pepper Welding 14ft. (t/a), 16 1/2ft. (t/a), 14ft. (t/a), 12ft. (t/a), 2 UTILITY TRAILERS: 1994 Silver Eagle CST20W (s/a), (t/a), FLATBED TRAILERS: 1999 Ravens (t/a), TANKER TRAILERS: 1985 Polar Tank (t/a), STORAGE TRAILERS: 2000 Trailmobile (t/a), 2 DUMP TRAILERS: City 27ft. (t/a), 40ft. (t/a), PARTS TRUCKS: (2) Peterbilt 378 (t/a), Peterbilt 377 (t/a), 1984 Peterbilt 359 (t/a), (2) Peterbilt (t/a), (6) Peterbilt (parts), 2001-1997-1996-1995 Freightliner (t/a), (2) Freightliner (t/a), 1993 Freightliner (s/a), Freightliner Cab Over (t/a), Freightliner Century Class, (5) Freightliner (t/a), (2) Freightliner (Parts), Kenworth T2000 (t/a), Kenworth T2000, Kenworth W925 (t/a), Kenworth W900 (t/a), Kenworth T600D (t/a), Kenworth (t/a), Kenworth (parts), Intl. 9900 (t/a), Int’l. 8600 (t/a), 1995 Volvo (t/a), (4) Volvo (t/a), Volvo (s/a), Volvo (parts), Western Star (t/a), White/ GMC (s/a), Ford Bronco (4x4), GMC General (t/a), TRUCK PARTS & Misc. ACCESSORIES: (5) Various Cab Assemblies, (24) Various Truck Tractor Cabs for Peterbilt-FreightlinerVolvo-Int’l., (20) Stripped Truck Tractors- Dump Trucks- Service Trucks-Wreckers, Tandem axles, (30) Stripped Volkswagen Passats-Jettas-Golfs, Qty. Hoods- FendersExhaust –Doors- Window Frames, Aluminum Wheels, Water Pumps, Running Boards, Tool Boxes, PARTS MACHINES: Unic Corp. K30P, ENGINES: Cat 3176-3406 Diesel, Cummins N14 Diesel, Detroit 60-B6 Diesel, Mack EM7 – 6 cyl. Diesel, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: JCB 416, Michigan 125, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 973, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Cat TH350B, 12 FORKLIFTS: Cat GC25, (2) Komatsu FG20, (2) Toyota 42-6FCU25, (2) Mitsubishi FGC20, Clark GCS20I, (2) Daewoo GC25S, Hyster H330B, Yale 4,000lb., WELDERS: Hobart TR500, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New 3500-4800-5600 Thumbs, Skid Steers: Hay Spears, Grapples, Tree boom, New Stump Buckets, Forks, Fork Frames, Buckets, OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Chairs, File Cabinets, Desks, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 4500lb. jack, Carrier & Thermal King Refrigeration Units for Trailer, Elston Catalytic heater, Pressure Washers, Poulan- White Snowblowers, Shelving, Doors, Pallet Racking, Acetylene Hose, Tarps, Portable gas Tanks, Misc. Hardware, New & Used Tires for Trucks. PENNSYLVANIA LICENSE #: AU-003051-E

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ADVERTISER INDEX AIM ATTACHMENTS ......................................................94 . ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDER ....................................112 ALEX LYON & SON INC ATLANTIC CITY NJ 03/25-28/2010 ......................117 ALEX LYON & SON INC DALLAS TX 04/08 DESMOINES IA 04/13/10 ......................................119 ALEX LYON & SON INC JACKSONVILLE TN 04/15 CHARLOTTE NC 04/16 ........................................123 ALEX LYON & SON INC NASHVILLE TN 04/21/10 ....................................125 ALEX LYON & SON INC SCRANTON PA 04/24/10 ......................................129 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ........................23 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ..................................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ......................99 ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT ......................................62 ASV-POSI-TRACK ..........................................................90 BAIR PRODUCTS INC ..................................................75 BARGAINS ....................................................................107 BINDER MACHINERY CO ..............................................3 BOBCAT COMPANY ......................................................66 BODINE MFG ................................................................46 CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ..............................................24 CASE CONSTRUCTION ................................................86 CAT AUCTION SERVICES HOUSTON TX 04/22/10 ........................................127 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................64 CHADWICK-BAROSS ....................................................37 CHAMPION MOTOR GRADERS ..................................58 CHENANGO TRUCK ....................................................35 CLASSIFIEDS................................................................108 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ................26 CONSTRUCTION CRANE & TRACTOR INC ................13 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........50,84,92,104,120 CREAN EQUIPMENT ..................................................106 DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ..................12 DAVIS AUCTIONS INC AUCTION 04/10/10121 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ..........................49,97 DYNAPAC ......................................................................57 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ....................131 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..........................................36,43 EMERALD EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS ........................39,41 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ............................29 ESCO CORP ................................................................106 FLUID POWER ............................................................106

FOLCOMER EQUIPMENT CORP ................................41 FOLEY INC ......................................................................9 FRANK RONNE & ASSOC INC ..................................122 G & H SERVICE INC ........................................................6 GEHL PAVER ................................................................56 GEHL SKID STEER ......................................................77 GEITH INC ......................................................................46 GEORGE & SWEDE SALES ........................................16 GOMACO CORP ............................................................65 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ..................................85 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ..............................18 HECHT TRAILERS ........................................................12 HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ........................................19 HOOBER INC ................................................................24 HUNYADY AUCTION CO FARMINGDALE NJ 03/25/10 ................................116 HUNYADY AUCTION CO SEALED BID DEADLINE 04/07/10........................118 HUNYADY AUCTION CO CLEVELAND OHIO 04/15/10 ................................128 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................45 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION 03/25-26/2010 ........................115 J G COCHRAN AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES ST MARYS COUNTY MD 04-22-24/2010 ............126 J L HOLLINGER & SONS INC ......................................28 JCB INC ..........................................................................73 JESCO ............................................................................21 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................58 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ........................................83 K W REESE INC ............................................................16 KEENE TREE SERVICE ................................................42 KEESLER DIVISION OF STEPHENSON ......................11 KEIL EQUIPMENT CO INC ............................................37 KOBELCO ....................................................................100 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ........................................69 KUBOTA ..........................................................................91 LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ............................93 LBX ................................................................................47 LEEBOY ..........................................................................61 LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ..........................................31 MESSICK’S ....................................................................16 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ................................89 MIKE ZYNDORF LLC ....................................................28 MILTON CAT (DS) ..........................................................43 MUSTANG MFG ............................................................75 NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION ..............................79 OPDYKE INC ..................................................................28 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ............................76

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..........................................5 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC ROWLEY MA 04/19/10 ..........................................124 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ......................................17 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ............................10 RANSOME CAT ................................................2,31,35,37 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS HARTFORD CT 3/24 NORTH EAST MD 03/30-31 ..................................132 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..................................41 ROADTEC ......................................................................55 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ....................................105 ROSCO MFG CO ..........................................................52 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ..........................................12 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ................................................33 SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................53 SALES AUCTION COMPANY LLC WINDSOR LOCKS CT 05/01/10 ..........................128 STANLEY HYDRAULIC TOOLS ....................................75 STOLTZFUS MFG ..........................................................43 STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC................59 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................70 TB EQUIPMENT & RENTAL ..........................................42 TEREX COMPACT ......................................................103 TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ......................................90 TEREX TRUCKS ............................................................98 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..............................25 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..............................39 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..................................35 U S EQUIPMENT FINANCING ......................................46 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 04/23/10 ..................................128 VANTAGE EQUIPMENT ................................................15 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ......................................36 VERNON E STUP CO ....................................................24 VOLVO COMPACTION ..................................................63 WANTED ........................................................................111 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ....................................6 WILSON AUCTION DELAWARE STATE FAIRGROUNDS 03/27/10 ............118 WIRTGEN AMERICA ......................................................60 WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS FREDERICK MD 03/24/10 ....................................113 WOODS CRW CORP ....................................................20 YANMAR AMERICA - ....................................................95 ZANETIS POWER ATTACHMENTS ..............................81

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RECENT TRADES 2005 Case 465 Skid Steer, Hi Flo Hyds, Cab Low Hours, Stk# 31203 ....................................................................................$22,500

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