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drag on the construction economy. Here’s the deal: Though the Senate agreed with the House at the very last moment to a one-month extension of existing transportation funding authority, senators failed to include a provision to roll back funding rescissions stipulated in the last six-year bill. The $8.7 billion in rescission money was a bookkeeping method of understating the true cost of SAFETEA-LU, which was passed in 2005 (two years into the six years of its effective authority). The sleight of hand was needed to help win legislative support. However, the scheduled rescissions never were voided, as planned, and inadvertently became effective Oct. 1. “For most states, it is not hard cash money, just promise money,” said

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When the U.S. Senate failed in September to enact six-year transportation legislation or to extend the existing funding authority in a responsible way, it created a billion-dollar-a-month hole for the construction industry. “The baseline for the federal highway account is reduced by a billion dollars each month we have a continuing resolution,” said Tony Dorsey, media spokesman of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). “It will cost our members one billion dollars every month we have a resolution.” While the huge loss is mostly on paper — so far — it nonetheless is a

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‘Start Us Up USA!’Rallies for Investment, Jobs in Ill. Start Us Up USA!, a nationwide grassroots campaign of the construction equipment industry and their allies, descended upon Chicago Oct. 20 with a rally of local business and labor leaders and construction workers calling on the federal government to move quickly on the reauthorization of a critical transportation bill. New transportation funding is necessary to improve the nation’s infrastructure and spur a recovery of the construction equipment industry, especially in hard-hit states like Illinois. The rally was followed

by a caravan of construction equipment, idled by the lack of federal support, parading around Soldier Field to urge the federal government to stop job loss. “The construction equipment industry is in a deep depression and we have lost 33,000 jobs in Illinois and 37 percent of our workforce nationwide the past few years,” said Toby Mack, president and CEO of the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED), based in Oak Brook, Ill. see CHICAGO page 16

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hort 19-mi. (30.5 km) stretch of road just north of Detroit has been transformed into an improvement project with a rather complicated strategy. Extensive work on the I-96/I-696 corridor in Oakland and Macomb counties has been divided into four separate projects. Project 1 consists of rehabilitation of eight bridges and repair of 4 mi. (6.4 km) of pavement in Oakland County between Novi and Halsted roads, including the I-96/I-696/M-5 interchange in Novi and Farmington Hills. Project 2 picks up where the first project ends and involves pavement patching and rehabilitation of 42 bridges on I-696 in Oakland County between Halsted and Campbell-Hilton roads. Project 3 focuses on rehabilitating 22 bridges on I-696, 15 of which are located within the IA total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilitation. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for 696/Mound Road interchange. Project 4 includes rehabilitation of six bridges all bridge work on both contracts and since there is a lot of bridge work in the west conand extensive pavement repairs to I-696 tract, Hall is doing considerable work on both. between Hayes and Nieman roads in Macomb particularly concerning the bridge work. $14 million contract to conduct bridge rehabiliCounty Also included are safety upgrades and total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilita- tation and concrete patching on I-696 — the east lighting replacement on the median and ramps. tion. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for all project. The west contract involves significant bridge work on both contracts and since there’ amounts of overlay but there is none on the east Overl a lot of bridge work in the west contract, Hall is contract. Instead, there is, as Daavettila says, “a For all practical purposes, the $67 million doing considerable work on both. lot of concrete patching.” overall project has been divided into two con- “Because they’re a major sub, it leads to a lot tracts — east and west — with two prime con- of coordination. Hall is at all the meetings for Other Names for an tractors: Dan’s Excavating out of Grant, Mich., the Dan’s contract.” Old-Time Trai on the west contract and C.A. Hall on the east. According to Daavettila, the two big con- Before being designated as a military highBut even that division is a little blurry tracts consist of a two-year project for $47 mil- way in 1832, the corridor from Lake Michigan “There are overlapping facets,” says Bob lion to reconstruct pavement from Novi to through Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids was Daavettila, construction director for Tetra Tech, Farmington Hills — the west project —

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reform model in which government would provide most health care services would dramatically change the way every business operates, lar e or small. It is impractical to hope that healthcare reform will be tailored to the Health care reform in the United Stat es has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into construction industry. Nevertheless, small businesses consistently favor October the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with con- certain reform initiatives over others. ere shington to institute reform struction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. along the lines general contractors might lay down, the following features Any change in the system definitely will have impact on contractors would be among the legislated changes: • New authority for ssociations to negotiate insurance packages and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-to-medium-sized. The truth of the matter is the

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Health care reform in the United States has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into October the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with construction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. Any change in the system definitely will The bridges that were oved vary in length fr om 85 to 173 ft. (25.9 to 52.7 m and were 43 to 94 ft. (13 to 28.6 wide. The larg est weighed in at 1,350 tons (1,220 t). have impact on contractors and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-tomedium-sized. The truth of the matter is the reform model in which government would provide most health care services would dramatically change the way every business operates, lar e or small. It is impractical to hope that health care reform will be tailored to the construction industry. Nevertheless, small businesses Horrocks Engineering and H.W Lochner consistently favor certain reform initiatives Engineering are the designers and Ralph L. over others. Were W shington to institute dsworth Construction is the general contrac- reform along the lines general contractors ork on a Utah freeway reconstruction project torSome might lay down, the following features of the bridges were transported as much would be among the legislated changes: so unusual it was featured as National Geographic Channel’s “World’ Toughest Fixes” as a mile and a half which is “a good distance,” • New authority for ssociations to is heading for an on-time, on-budget completion Montoya said. negotiate insurance packages for their “That was significant. There are a fair amount members. Besides gaining clout in negotiat the end of the year What made work on a 2-mi. (3.2 km) stretch of projects where you move a bridge a couple ating benefits, association insurance negoof I-80 in Salt Lake City project extraordinary hundred feet but we actually moved some of tiators could win lower premiums, if given was the Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) them a mile and a half.” The bridges that were moved vary in length the opportunity ssociated Builders and method using Self Propelled Modular T ansports (SPMT) to construct six of 12 bridges and one of from 85 to 173 ft. (25.9 to 52.7 m) and were 43 to Contractors noted that private insurance 94 ft. (13 to 28.6 m) wide, Carlye Sommers, pub- carriers must mark up premiums as much two ramps in the project. The as 35 percent when dealing with small The $139 million project along a 2-mi. stretch lic involvement manager for Lochner groups in order to meet profit tar ets and from State Street to 1300 East through Salt Lake lar est weighed in at 1,350 tons (1,220 t). The SPMTs that moved the bridges had offset overhead. Whereas associations can City includes construction of the bridges and ramp “not at their final location,” John Montoya, approximately 250 wheels and moved at an aver- provide the same administrative services project manager said. Instead, the girders and age speed of five miles per hour Sommers said. for their members at a cost of 15 percent or The only route crews could move the bridges less — if, that is, members are allowed to decks were constructed on the ground at a “bridge farm.” Massive transporters moved them to be down was the same one they were working on so buy insurance through small business lifted into place along the expressway

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For the past three years, the Indiana Toll Road has undergone major improvements. These improvements came about as a result of the growing population in Lake and Porter

counties, necessitating the ITR Concession Company LLC (ITRCC) to widen the Indiana Toll Road. As a result, ITRCC hired Indiana TollRoads Contractors LLC, a joint venture between Ferrovial Agroman Indiana LLC see TOLL page 50

For the third time in 20 years, Mike Myszkowski, Illinois Department of Transportation engineer, is resurfacing the Bishop Ford Freeway just outside of Chicago. In 1989, a “surface fix” was performed, putting down a 2-in. (5 cm) layer of asphalt. In 1998, the work needed to be repeated, due to wear caused by heavy traffic. Nearly 10 years later, the road once again needs repair. The current rehabilitation project involves resurfacing all lanes and shoulders of the 9-mi. (14.5 km) stretch of freeway between Martin Luther King Drive and 159th Street, as well as pavement patching, bridge repairs, new guardrail installation and exit/entrance ramp resurfacing — including the Stony Island Feeder Ramp. One of nearly 250 “shovel-ready” construction projects in Illinois, the $27.5 million job, funded by the Stimulus Plan — President Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, is a joint venture headed by Chicago area-based Gallagher Asphalt and K-Five Construction. Let in April, work got see BISHOP page 42

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tion of the virtual totebag. The Virtual Totebag is an eco-friendly solution designed to reduce the cost and waste of printing, shipping and distributing paper collateral. With the Virtual Totebag, attendees can request, store and share session content and exhibitor materials via their mobile devices. Door prizes, donated by the exhibitors, will be awarded throughout the show, and show-goers are likely to run into a celebrity or two as they travel the show floor. For more information on exhibiting, call Bob Buckley, CEG Productions sales manager, at 800/9927116. For all other questions, call Sheila Kirby, CEG Productions trade show manager, at 800/523-2200, or visit www.cegltd.com.

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Caltrans Completes $35M Highway 50 By Erik Pisor CEG CORRESPONDENT

Located along California’s main route to and from South Lake Tahoe, U.S. Highway 50, the city of Placerville typically is not the site of larger, highway construction projects, as the city has a population of around 10,000. However, a $35 million highway improvement project — aimed at reducing congestion along Highway 50 and connecting Placerville’s business districts — was recently completed within the city.

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A dynamic apprenticeship program will not by itself save the U.S. construction industry from a looming shortage of skilled labor, but it is “one of the pieces of the puzzle” to stabilizing the labor situation, say industry leaders. Unions, contractors and associations operate apprenticeship programs mostly to teach trade skills. However, they also hope the programs will swell the ranks of craftspeople and retain

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As of October, San Francisco-based Mitchell Engineering had finished work on the U.S. Highway 50 Operational Improvement Project, which began in June 2006, according to Mic Restaino, resident engineer for Caltrans District 3. Spanning 1.4 mi. (2.2 km), the project consisted of bridge widening and replacement, the relocation of sewer lines, the building of a direct connection between two Placerville streets and highway widening. Construction of the project was broken down in two stages, with five to six sub- stages of construction occurring at each location, said see CALTRANS page 20

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their workplace allegiance for a lifetime. The ultimate goal of every apprenticeship program sponsor in the country is to boost both the quality and quantity of trained construction laborers. How they pursue this common objective differs in a variety of ways. To produce skilled workers in such fields as carpentry, cement masonry and construction laborer, contractors in the Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania mostly work through trade unions. It is an association that goes back a long ways: the Master

Builders’Association — a founding member of Associated General Contractors — and the carpenters union both date from the 1880s. The success of apprenticeship programs in Pittsburgh is evident in the new $13 million training center of the Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program. Ground was broken a year ago for the center, which sits adjacent to the carpenters’ headquarters. The 93,000-sq-ft. facility is state of the art, according to Jon O’Brien, MBA’s director of commu-

A rural section of I-10 in Riverside County is undergoing 8.2 mi. (13 km) of rehabilitation. Heavy truck traffic and weather have damaged pavement in the project area, especially the outside lanes. The project spans from County Line Road in Calimesa to the Pennsylvania undercrossing in Beaumont.

The project, which began April 6, includes widening of on- and off-ramps, bridge deck repairs, lowering of the existing 6th Street offramp to provide more clearance for tall trucks, upgrading metal guard rails, drainage and concrete median barriers, and replacing the connector between eastbound SR 60 and eastbound I-10. The $40 million cost is funded by the State Highway Operation and Protection Program see RIVERSIDE page 39

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Utah Celebrates Completion of a Series of Interstate 80 Projects SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Here’s a reason for commuters to celebrate: A series of construction projects along Interstate 80 between Salt Lake City and the Wyoming border is finally done. The Utah Department of Transportation on Nov. 12 marked completion of 12 projects that together were called Innovate 80. It was an intensive series of projects on one

of Utah’s busiest corridors that included bridge replacements, road widening and repaving during 2008 and 2009. State officials were particularly pleased with replacement of 12 bridges over the course of six weeks last year and four more within a month this year. Two bridges were replaced in less than seven hours.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) The U.S. federal government could be vulnerable to billions of dollars in claims after a judge ruled that the Army Corps of Engineers’ failure to properly maintain a navigation channel led to massive flooding in Hurricane Katrina. U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval on Nov. 18 awarded seven plaintiffs $720,000, but the government could eventually be forced to pay much more. The ruling should give more than 100,000 other individuals, businesses and government entities a better shot at claiming damages. Duval sided with six residents and one business who argued the Army Corps’ shoddy oversight of the Mississippi RiverGulf Outlet led to the flooding of New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward and neighboring St. Bernard Parish. He said, however, the corps couldn’t be held liable for the flooding of eastern New Orleans, where two of the plaintiffs lived. The ruling also is emotionally resonant for south Louisiana. Many in New Orleans have argued that the flooding in the aftermath of Katrina, which struck the region Aug. 29, 2005, was a manmade disaster caused by the Army Corps’failure to maintain the levee system protecting the city. “Total devastation could possibly have been avoided if something had been done,’’ said Tanya Smith, one of the plaintiffs. “A lot of this stuff was preventable and they turned a deaf ear to it.’’ Smith lived in Chalmette close to the channel when Katrina hit. She was awarded $317,000 in property damages, the most of any of the plaintiffs. Duval referred to the corps’ approach to maintaining the channel as “monumental see KATRINA page 41


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2004 Terex 5519, Stk# 5415, 5500 Lbs, 19’, 4WD, 4WS, 2035 Hrs, 50% Foam Filled Tires, Deutz Eng. .. ....................................................................$22,500

2007 Cat 315CL, Stk# 6457, EROPS, A/C, Radio, 6818 Hrs, 80% U/C, 40” Bkt .........................................$52,500

2003 Hyundai 210LC-7, Stk# 6458, Robex, EROPS, 6209 Hrs, 60% U/C, 42” Bucket, 32” Pads, No Aux. 2007 JCB 506C, Stk# 5980, NEW, 6000 Lbs, 36’, Hyd. ...................................................................$34,500 4WD, 7 Hrs, 48” Frame Forks .......................$34,500

2005 John Deere 450J LGP, Stk# 6335, OROPS, 6 way blade, 50% UC, 2,268 hrs....................................$32,500

2006 John Deere 450J LT, #6392, OROPS, 6 Way 2006 Bobcat T190, Stk# 6438, OROPS, 1229 Hrs, 2008 New Holland C175, #6422, OROPS, 235 hrs, Blade, 80% U/C, 1,980 hrs............................$36,500 Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd .......................................$16,500 60" Bucket, Rubber Tracks, N.H. Eng............$24,500

2004 SuperPac 6620, #6154, 66" Smooth Drum, 317 Hrs, Cummins Eng..................................$32,500

2006 Cat 318CL, Stk# 6277, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3,808 hrs, 80% U/C, 1.2 yards Bucket w/Thumb .......... ........................................................................$58,500

1981 Broce D18, Stk# 6405, 8 ft. Broom, 451 hrs, Ford Gas Engine....................................................$3,250

1999 Case 570L XT, #6390, OROPS, 4WD, 3,132 hrs., 70% Tires, 6 ft. Box Blade....................$13,500

2000 JLG 600S, Stk# 6190, 500 Lbs, 60’, 4WD, 3696 Hrs, Diesel Eng ..............................................$15,500

2005 Lull 944E-42, Stk# 6433, 9,000 lbs, 42 ft., 3,553 hrs, 4WD, 4WS, 80% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Tilt Carriage, Hyd. Leveling Sys., Rotating Forks..$26,500

2008 Komatsu PC50-MR2, Stk# 6352, OROPS, 18 hrs, 18" Bkt, (16' digging depth, 19'7" Reach), Aux Hyd, Rubber Tracks....................................................$42,500

2006 Allmand TLB325, Stk# 6437, OROPS, 2WD, 1038 Hrs, 80% Tires, Gas Eng..................................$10,500

1998 Skytrak 3606, #6434, 6,000lbs., 36 ft., 4WD, 3,279 hrs, 50% Foam Filled Tires ................$16,500

1998 Genie S60, Stk# 6171, 500 Lbs, 60’, 4WD, 4540 Hrs, Diesel Eng ......................................$13,500

2004 John Deere 310G, Stk# 6353, OROPS, 4WD, 1,814 hrs, 70% Tires, 24" Quick Connect Bucket, Aux. Hyd................................................................$29,500

1999 Jeep Wrangler, Stk# 9, 4WD, 5 Spd, Hard Top w/76K Miles, New Tires...................................$8,500

2003 Cat D4G XL, #6166, OROPS, Sweeps, Screens, Genie GTH636, #6421, 6,000 lbs., 36 ft., 887 hrs, 4WD, 90% Foam Filled Tires, JD Eng ............$29,500 60% U/C, 6-Way Blade, 7294 Hrs ....................$29,500


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Great Used Equipment Values ARTICULATED TRUCKS

CRUSHERS

GRAPPLES

TRACK LOADERS

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

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

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

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

CURB & GUTTER MACHINES

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

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

DRILLS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

HAMMERS

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

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

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

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

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

MIXER

TRAILER - REEFERS

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

MOTOR GRADERS

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

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

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

TRAILER SIDE DUMP

MULTI-PROCESSOR

TRENCHER

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

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

PULVERIZER

TRUCK CRANES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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RDO Equipment Co. Complete inventory available at www.rdoequipment.com

CAT 345BL ....................................................$89,000

CAT 926H....................................................$139,900

JD 672D......................................................$160,000

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MOTOR GRADERS

1979 JOHN DEERE 550, OROPS, PDL STEER, 16” PADS, PAT, 97” BLD, WINCH, 1618 HRS..............................................$16,700 1992 JOHN DEERE 450G, OROPS, 24’’ PADS, LT, 121’’ PAT BLD, PDL STR, ETHR, DD, 2305 HRS....................................$21,900 2005 JOHN DEERE 450J, 24’’ SHOE, C W/H&A, 115’’ BLD, RADIO, RTV HITC, 3FN VL, 2693 HRS ....................................$54,500 1988 JOHN DEERE 550B, ROPS, 24” PDS, WT, PAT BLD, WINCH, 3503 HRS.....................................................................$17,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 550J, ROPS, 18’’ PADS, LNG TRK, PAT, 105’’ BLD, LMB RISER, 991 HRS...........................................$65,000 1992 JOHN DEERE 650G TC, OROPS, 24’’ PADS, 4 SPL, 2 BATT, PEDAL STR, PAT BLADE, 6732 HRS..............................$27,500 1999 JOHN DEERE 650H, ROPS, 24” PDS, LGP, PAT BLD, 6325 HRS .................................................................................$37,800 2003 JOHN DEERE 650H, CABW/H&A, 121’’ BLD, ELT, 20’’ LINKS, RADIO, ETHER, ENVDRN, 2736 HRS ..........................$50,900 2002 JOHN DEERE 700H, ROPS, LVR STR, 30’’ SHOE, LGP, PAT BLD, 132’’ BLD, DRWBR, 4675 HRS..............................$50,900 2003 JOHN DEERE 700H, LGP, 30’’ SHOE, CABW/H&A, 132’’ BLD & CFRM, EXD GRLL, ETHER, 3316 HRS......................$85,600 2001 JOHN DEERE 700H, CAB, AIR, LGP, 132’’ BLADE, 30’’ SHOES, RAD, 6890 HRS ........................................................$67,900 2007 JOHN DEERE 700J, MW SIDEBM M540, ROPS, BLADE, LGP, ETHER, 848 HRS ......................................................$213,500 2008 JOHN DEERE 700J, MW SIDEBM M540, ROPS, LGP, BLADE, ETHER, 253 HRS ......................................................$223,500 2007 JOHN DEERE 700J, CAB/AC, 30” PDS, LGP, PAT, 132” BLD, 473 HRS......................................................................$139,900 2007 JOHN DEERE 700J, EROPS, AC, LNG TRK, ETHER, BLK HTR, VAIL RIPPER, 2111 HRS..........................................$115,750 1989 JOHN DEERE 750B, ROPS, PDL, 24’’, LNG TRK, ANGLE BLD, 128’’, DRWBR, 11405 HRS ........................................$22,900

1977 CHAMPION 715A, EROPS, HTR, DL, 14X24, 12’ BLD, FRT HTCH, MID SCAR, DRWBR, 762 HRS .............................$19,900 1976 JOHN DEERE 670, CAB/HT, 14/24, 12’ BLD, 5000 HRS...............................................................................................$12,000 1978 JOHN DEERE 770, TALL CAB, HTR, DL, 14X24, 14’ BLD, FRT HYD, WING, 2’ EXT, 10144 HRS ................................$21,900 1984 CAT 140G, EROPS, AC, HTR, 14X24, 14’ MLDBD, WING, FRT HYD, DIFF UNL, 7673, HRS .........................................44,500 1976 CAT 140G, EROPS, HTR, FRT HYD, 14X24, 14’ MLDBD, WING, 6261 HRS ................................................................$42,500 1996 CAT 140H, EROPS, AC, 17.5X25, 14’ MLDBD, SCAR, WING, FRT HTCH, 1 WA, 9186 HRS........................................$86,500 1995 CAT 140H, EROPS, AC, 17.5X25 BIAS, 14’ MLDBD, RIPPER, FRT HYD, 9456 HRS....................................................$99,500 2006 JOHN DEERE 672D, LOW CAB/AC, FWD, 17.5/25, 14’ BLD, FRT SCAR, SLP CLT, 618 HRS.....................................$160,000 2000 CHAMPION 720AVHP, TALL CAB/AC, 14R/24, SNO WING, 2’LEXT, 8073 HRS............................................................$45,000 1976 CHAMPION 740A, TALL CAB, HTR, 14X24, 14’ BLD, WING, 2’ EXT, PLOW, SCARIF, 6429 HRS.................................$17,000 1982 JOHN DEERE 770A, TALL CAB/HT, 14R/24, 12’ BLD, FRT SCAR, SNO WNG, 1560 HRS ............................................$22,500 1989 JOHN DEERE 770BH, TALL CAB, AC, DL, 14X24, 14’ BLD, FRT HYD, 2‘ LH EXT, 11666 HRS ....................................$46,700 1995 JOHN DEERE 770BH, TALL CAB/AC, 14R/24, 14’ BLADE, 10060 HRS ........................................................................$52,000 1988 JOHN DEERE 770BH, TALL CAB/AC, 14R/24, 14’ BLD, FRT HTCH, SNO WING, 8080 HRS ........................................$42,500 1997 JOHN DEERE 770CH, TALL CAB, AC 17.5X25, 14’ BLD, F&R HYD, DRWBR, WING, 12616 HRS ...............................$69,900 1998 JOHN DEERE 770CH, EROPS, AC, DL, 17.5X25, 14’ BLD, 7061 HRS .........................................................................$75,000 2001 JOHN DEERE 770CH, EROPS, AC, 14’ MLDBD, 17.5X25, FRT SCAR, RPPR, WING, 6666 HRS .................................$90,500 2001 JOHN DEERE 770CH, EROPS, AC, 14’ MLDBD, 17.5X25, RPPR, FRT SCAR, NO WING, 7949 HRS ...........................$83,500 2001 JOHN DEERE 770CH, EROPS, AC, 14’ MLDBD, RPPR, FRT SCAR, WING, 17.5X25, 7576 HRS .................................$90,500 1995 JOHN DEERE 772BH, LO PRO EROPS, FLR HTR, 14X24, 14’ MLDBD, FRT HYD, STD S, 7075 HRS .........................$59,750 1999 JOHN DEERE 772CH, EROPS, AC, DL, 14X24 14’ MLDBRD, FRT HYD, WING, 2’ EXT, 3740 HRS............................$118,900 2002 JOHN DEERE 772CH, EROPS, AC, 14X24, 14’ MLDBD, RPPR, FRT HTCH, WING, 4750 HRS ..................................$135,000 2001 JOHN DEERE 772CH, CAB/AC, FWD, 17.5R25, 14’ BLD, SN WING, SLP CLTCH, 7532 HRS ......................................$94,500 2004 JOHN DEERE 772CH, EROPS, AC, 14X24, RIPPR, WING, FRT LFT, 14’ MLDBD, 2’ EXT, 4639 HRS.........................$139,930 2007 JOHN DEERE 772D, LOWCAB/AC, 17.5R/25, SLP CLTCH, PSH BLK, 14’ BLD, 797 HRS ..........................................$236,000 2007 JOHN DEERE 872D, CAB/AC, FWD, 17.5R25, 14’ BLD, RIPPER, SLP CLTCH, 989 HRS ...........................................$188,900 1986 DRESSER A550, CAB/HT, 14/24, 14’ BLD, 2’ REXT, SN WNG, 3319 HRS ...................................................................$18,900 1989 GALION A560E, CAB, HTR, 14X24, 14’ MLDBD, FRT HYD, NO ATTACHMENTS, 6553 HRS........................................$16,750 1970 GALION T500 SERIES, TALL CAB/HT, 5007 HRS .........................................................................................................$12,000

EXCAVATORS 2003 JOHN DEERE 120C, CAB, HTR, 28’’ PADS, 9’11’’ ARM, 28’’ BKT, ETHER STAR, 6613 HRS........................................$52,900 2004 JOHN DEERE 120CLC, CAB/AC, LNG ARM, LNG TRK, AUX HYD, PROG THMB, 36” BKT, 5578 HRS.........................$60,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 160CLC, 700MM TRIPLE SEMI G SHOES, BOOM 5.01 1 PC, ETHER ST, 2715 HRS.............................$79,800 1998 JOHN DEERE 160LC, 98 JD 160LC EXCAVATOR, CAB, AIR, WIDE TRACK, 42’’, 8858 HRS........................................$41,500 1999 JOHN DEERE 160LC, CAB/HT, LNG ARM ,LNG TRK, STD THMB, 48” BKT, 5551 HRS ...............................................$44,500 1999 JOHN DEERE 160LC, EROPS, AC,10’2’’ ARM, 700MM PAD, HYD CPLR, BKT, THMB, 5728 HRS...............................$50,950 1998 JOHN DEERE 230LC, CAB/AC, LNG ARM, LNG TRK, AUX HYD, 9370 HRS ................................................................$46,500 2006 JOHN DEERE 240DLC, CAB/AC, LNG ARM, GP BKT, LNG TRK, 4064 HRS ...............................................................$100,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 330CLC, EROPS, AC, HTR, 32’’ PADS, 10’6’’ ARM, AUX HYD, CPLR, THM, 3669 ..............................$108,420 2000 JOHN DEERE 330LC, EROPS, AC, PILOT, 10’6’’ ARM, LNG TRK, AUX, 10616 HRS....................................................$49,900 2003 CAT 345B II, CAB/AC, LNG ARM, SAND BKT, CTW REMOVAL, 6724 HRS ..................................................................$89,000 1993 JOHN DEERE 690E, EROPS, HTR, PILOT, LNG ARM, GP BKT, LNG TRK, WIDE CARR, 11230 HRS...........................$30,000 2005 HITACHI 80C, EROPS, AC, PLT CNTRL, LNG ARM, GP BKT, STD CARR, STD TRK, 3954 HRS...................................$52,900 1995 JOHN DEERE 892E, EROPS, HTR, PILOT, LNG ARM, 48’’ SAND BKT, LNG TRK, CPLR, 13987 HRS..........................$47,990 1999 HITACHI EX330LC-5, EROPS, AC, PLT, LNG ARM, WIDE CARR, LNG TRK, CPLR, THMB, 7757 HRS ........................$57,900 1999 KOMATSU PC150LC-6, CAB/HT, LNG ARM, LNG TRK, STD THMB, 5743 HRS ...........................................................$30,000 1999 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LE, CAB/AC, LNG ARM, LNG TRK, AUX HYD, HYD CPLR, GP BKT, 9200 HRS ........................$45,000 1993 KOMATSU PC150-5, CAB/HT, MED ARM, DITCH BKT, LNG TRK, 10643 HRS.............................................................$20,000

OFF ROAD TRUCKS 2005 JOHN DEERE 400D, EROPS, AC, DL, 6WD, 29.5X25, MECH GATE, AUTO BRK, BOX HTR, 8724 HRS .......................$89,000

WHEEL LOADERS 1999 JOHN DEERE 444H, EROPS, HTR, 3 SPL, RC, JRB CPLR & 2.5 CYD, 17.5X25 GEN, 10437 HRS..............................$48,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 444H, CAB/HT, DDL, 17.5/25, 2 YD, RC, AUX HYD, 9899 HRS .............................................................$46,700 2004 JOHN DEERE 444J, EROPS, AC, 17.5X25, 7927 HRS....................................................................................................56,875 1989 JOHN DEERE 544E, EROPS, HTR, 3 SPL, DDL, 20.5X25, JRB CPLR, 3CYD, 13718 HRS...........................................$43,500 2007 JOHN DEERE 544J, EROPS, AC, RC, FDL, 3 SPL, PL CPLR, 3. BKT, 20.5X25, BLK H, 578 HRS ..............................$140,000 2008 JOHN DEERE 544J, CAB A/C R/C 3SPOOL HYD Q.C.PWL Q.C 2.5YD BKT FORKS, 741 HRS ...................................$121,520 2008 JOHN DEERE 544J, CAB/AC, 20.5R25, 3YD, QC, RC, 207 HRS.................................................................................$145,990 1999 JOHN DEERE 644H, EROPS, AC, 23.5X25, 4.25YD GP, AUX HYD, 6005 HRS.............................................................$83,400 2005 JOHN DEERE 644J, EROPS, AC, RC, 2 SPL, FDL, 23.5X25, JRB CPLR, 4.5 CYD BKT, 3866 HRS ............................$105,000 2006 JOHN DEERE 644J, CAB A/C R/C FRONT DIFF, AXLE COOLERS 4.25 YD BKT, 4798 HRS ........................................$127,000 2006 JOHN DEERE 744J, EROPS, AC, RC, FDL, 26.5X25, 4M BKT, BLK HTR, 2523 HRS..................................................$172,500 2007 CAT 928G, EROPS, AC, RC, 20.5X25, 2.75 CYD PIN ON, SINGLE LVR, 1388 HRS ...................................................$106,000 2006 CAT 962H, EROPS, AC, 23.5X25, FNDRS, 5YD, RC, RTD, RTC, LIMD SLIP, 2542, HRS .............................................139,900 2003 CAT 966G II, EROPS, AC, RC, 26.5X25, 5 CYD W/TTH, 1 LVR CNTRL, 3953 HRS ....................................................$183,500 1986 CASE W11B, CAB/HT, GRAPPLE, HI-LIFT, 2696 HRS ..................................................................................................$12,000 1977 CASE W14, CAB, HTR, 15.5X25, 1.5 CU YD, 2 LEVER CONTROL, 9999 HRS ...............................................................$8,500

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Road Machinery LLC Hosts Open House at Gilbert Facility The Arizona Chapter Associated General Contractors gathers for a group photo op.

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oad Machinery LLC (RML), the Komatsu dealer for Arizona, Southern California, New Mexico and the El Paso area of Texas, hosted a joint board meeting Oct. 28 between the Arizona AGC and Arizona Builders’ Alliance (ABA). As soon as the board meeting was completed, Road Machinery conducted an open house of the newly renovated 19,500 sq.-ft. facility located on 9.5 acres at 1339 West San Pedro in Gilbert, Ariz. More than 215 RML customers, state officials and the association members came out to view the nearly $1 million improvements recently completed at the Gilbert facility. After acquiring the property in September of ’08 and doing a quick “move-in” in October of ’08, RML decided the facility needed some improvements in order to meet the Road Machinery way of doing things to support its customers. “We feel comfortable with our eight double deep services bays and over 6,000 square feet of parts warehousing to bet-

ter serve the predicted needs of our customers in the coming years,” David Weston, general manager, said. “The facility has an over all look of professionalism and we endeavor to keep the grounds and the work areas clean and orderly so our employees have a more efficient environment to perform their duties.” Arizona State Treasurer Dean Martin was the key-note speaker. Martin presented a “State of the State” financial address and presented the hard numbers and facts as to why the state budget is in such disarray from decisions that were made just a few years back. Martin stayed after his presentation and made his way around the attendees answering questions. Representing two of RML’s allied products were Gary Hafner of NPK and Steve Daigh of Wirtgen. There was one of RML’s fully equipped, new generation Kenworth T300 service trucks on display. This new service truck gives the facility a total of 16 based in the Gilbert facility to enhance customer service. Included in the displays for the customers

Steve McClain, vice president of Klondyke Construction LLC, joins Amanda McGennis, senior vice president of The Arizona Chapter Associated General Contractors.

were a Komatsu PC400 excavator, a BR380 crusher, HD325 truck, and a Komatsu WA450 wheel loader. As a perfect ending of a very busy day, the customers and all 42 of the RML employees were served a delicious Bar-BQue dinner and all the trimmings. For more information, call 480/545-2400.

Road Machinery LLC shows off the newest of 16 service trucks out of the Gilbert, Ariz., branch.

(L-R) are Mark Minter, executive director, Arizona Builders’ Alliance; Dean Martin, Arizona state treasurer, Dennis Romanson, president of Road Machinery LLC; and David Martin, president of The Arizona Chapter Associated General Contractors.


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AC, 10,175 Light Duty Hrs, New Tires & Paint, Nice................$62,900 WHEEL LOADERS 2005 JD 444J, AC, 3307 hrs, QC w/2.5 yd bkt, 20.5x25’s, Sharp! ............$65,900 2004 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, AC, QC, 6316 hrs, 3rd valve, 3 yd ..............$61,900 2007 JD 544J, AC, 10,175 Light Duty Hrs, new tires & paint, Nice! ..........$62,900 2002 Volvo L70D, cab, AC, heat, QC, 3 yd bkt, 58” forks, Nice! ................$57,500 2005 Cat 906, A/C, 2031 hrs, QC bkt & forks, new paint, Nice!..................$41,500 1994 Case 621B, C/H, 8712 hrs, 2.5 yd. bkt, New Paint & tires ................$39,900 2006 Case 621D, Cab, A/C, JRB QC, 6933 hrs, new paint, new tires ....COMING! 1994 Case 721B, A/C, 4011 Hrs, JRB QC, 3.5 Yd Bkt, 20.5R25 Mich. 75% Tires, RC, New Engine, New Poly Paint ................................................................$59,950 1999 Case 721C, Cab & Heat, 3YD Bkt, 20.5x25 Tires, Very Clean..............CALL 1998 JD 444H, cab, AC/heat, 12,218 hrs, QC w/2.5 yd bkt, Sharp! ..........$39,950 1978 JD 544B, C/H, 2 yd. bkt., 11,000 hrs, Very Clean! ............................$17,950

LOADER BACKHOES & SKIP LOADERS 2007 CASE 570M XT, 297 hrs, AC, 4WD, Ride CTL, Turbo, 3 pt, bld ........$46,900 2005 JCB 214, C/H, 4x4, E-Hoe, Pilot Ctls, 919 hrs, 36” bkt., 3rd valve & Q/C to front bucket, (4/1 bkt avail), 50% tires, Like New Condition ........................$42,900 2005 Case 580SM II, cab, heat, 4x4, Ext. hoe, 4-in-1 bkt, 3272 hrs, Clean! ....Call 2005 Case 590SM II, cab, heat, std hoe, 4x4, 2888 hrs, X Sharp! ............$42,900 1996 Cat 416B, Cab, Heat, 4x4 Ext Hoe, 5600 Hrs, Good Tires, Very Clean ..CALL 2005 JD 310G, Cab, Heat, 4x4 Ext Hoe, Hyd Thumb, New Paint & Tires..COMING!

EXCAVATORS 2000 2003 1996 2003 2003 1996 2001 2000

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

2006 2004 2000 2000 2000 1999 1995 1991 1979 1991 1997 1986

JD 650J, A/C, 6-way, 2700 hrs, Exc. U/C, Clean! ..........................COMING! JD 755C, CRL. LDR., AC, only 1631 Hrs, one owner, new uc ..........$84,900 JD 450H LT, cab, AC, 6 way, 2275 hrs, 75% UC, Very Sharp! ..........$39,950 JD 450H LGP, 3990 hrs, new UC, new poly paint..............................$35,900 Cat D3C XL, hystat, cab, heat, new Cat UC, 4110 hrs, Nice! ............$31,500 Komatsu D39E, 2545 hrs, 6 way, 85% uc, new paint, V. Good! ......$28,900 JD 550G IV, 6 way, 2703 hrs, 2 owners, Very Nice............................$26,900 Cat D4H, 5203 hrs, new Cat UC, 6-way, Very Sharp, 1 Owner! ........$32,900 JD750, cab, heat, str. blade w/tilt, low hours, 80% uc, Clean! ..........$23,910 JD550G, 6 way, 85% UC, new poly paint, Tight & Nice! ....................$23,900 Cat D4C, 6 way, 3652 hrs, 60% UC, Very Clean! ..............................$22,500 Case 450C, 6 way, 4674 hr, recent new UC and Paint, Exc! ............$17,500

2004 1990 2005 2005 2000 2000 1998

Case 40XT, cab, heat, 925 hrs, aux hyd, 65% tires, Sharp! ..............$15,900 Case 1845C, OROPS, Home Made Enclosers, 4200 Hrs, 90% Tires $8,950 JCB 506C, 1250 hrs, 6000 lb, 36’ reach ht, 90% tires, like New ......$28,900 Sky Trak 6042, 1700 hrs, 4WD, 42’ reach, 70% tires, tight, Nice......$29,750 Sky Trak 8042, 8000 lb, 42’ reach, 4675 hrs, 80% tires, Exc! ..........$25,900 JCB 506C, 6000 lb, 42’ reach, 3500 hr, good tires, Exc Cond!..........$19,500 JCB 930, 4x4, 6000 lb, 21’ strt mast w/side shift, Very Nice! ............$18,950

CRAWLER DOZER/LOADER

SKID STEERS & FORKLIFTS

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

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

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The Egbert’s backyard after landscaping day.

Cashman Equipment recently donated both equipment and employee time to assist the Nevada State Contractors Board (NSCB) and the Nevada Landscape Association (NLA) with the Operation Green 2009 program. Operation Green, an annual contest held in southern and northern Nevada, received more than double last year’s entries for free landscaping from NLA members. The winners were chosen by the NSCB, who made their decision based on income and special circumstances. Tiffany and Kevin Egbert of Henderson were the official southern Nevada winners, and their quiet neighborhood was inundated with volunteers and equipment in mid-November. The front and back yards were both renovated, rendering the areas fit for the Egbert’s young daughter to play in. Along with a 226 Cat Skid Steer Loader and a 5-yard dump truck from Cashman Equipment, services, materials, and machinery were also donated by Village Nursery; Ewing Irrigation; Belgardold Castle; Pavestone; John Sobey/Able Tree Service; Kalamazoo Materials; The Turf Store; The Office Squad; LCIS Insurance (Landscape Contractors Insurance); Private Greens of Nevada; Courtney Landscape & Pools; Land Care Inc.; Nevada Landscape Services, LLC; Jeff’s Lawn & Landscaping; Tom Raasch/LCIS Insurance; Tom Holborow; and, Republic Services. Tiffany, who submitted their story into the Operation Green 2009 contest, was very surprised they won…to the point she had forgotten she even entered their home to win. NSCB examined their circumstances and found the Egbert family to be among the most deserving candidates. Kevin, a staff sergeant with the 1/221 Cavalry Nevada Army National Guard stationed in Afghanistan, is not expected to return home until April 2010. Active duty overseas has left little time for him to fix up the yard for their 1-year-old daughter, Maeve.

The Egbert’s backyard before landscaping day.

As she watched the renovations taking place on landscaping day, Tiffany said, “I can’t believe we won. Kevin has been worrying about this so much. It’s really a huge burden off of him.” The NLA members also chose to provide free landscaping for Rose Maria Gordon, a 78-year-old Operation Green applicant with asthma and emphysema who was unable to work in her yard. Like Tiffany, Rose was both surprised and thrilled to benefit from the Operation Green 2009 program. The Nevada State Contractors Board has the responsibility to promote quality construction by Nevada licensed contractors through a regulatory licensing system designed to protect the health, welfare and safety of the public. The Nevada Landscape Association promotes professionalism and integrity within the green industry through education, high standards and community involvement. For more information on Cashman Equipment Company, visit www.cashmanequipment.com.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Atlas Copco HB 3600 Provides Better Carrier Class Fit Filling a need for a breaker attachment better matched to precise sub-classes of hydraulic carriers, the HB 3600 hydraulic breaker from Atlas Copco Constructions Tools offers a higher power-to-weight ratio and higher efficiency than similar weight breakers on the market, according to the manufacturer. At a service weight of 7,940 lbs. (3,601 kg), the HB 3600 is suitable for hydraulic carriers in the 38.6- to 69-ton (35 to 63 t) weight class. The breaker accepts maximum hydraulic flow of 79 gal. per minute (299 lpm) at 2,610 psi. Delivering an impact rate of up to 560 blows per minute, the HB 3600 is ideal for applications such as demolition, trenching, foundation work, tunneling, rock mining and secondary breaking. By filling the gap among the breaker classes previously available, the HB 3600 helps to eliminate undersized or oversized compromises when it comes to breaker-carrier match. This also allows the new breaker to deliver up to 46-percent more impact energy per pound than the average breaker used within its carrier weight class, according to the manufacturer. The HB 3600 comes standard with Atlas Copco’s PowerAdapt, a system that automatically shuts down the breaker in the event that it receives excessive oil pressure from the carrier, then returns it to normal function once the overflow situation is corrected. This prevents damage to the breaker’s internal components and provides protection against oil flow complications that can arise when attaching the breaker to different carriers. Also standard on the HB 3600 is AutoControl, a monitoring system that allows the breaker to adapt its frequency and power output to match operating conditions. It begins by firing the first stroke at half power to create a pilot notch that will center the working tool and prevent unnecessary tool slippage. It then adjusts the power output to match the density of the specified material to be broken. This reduces excess shock on both the breaker and carrier and lengthens the service life on tension bolts and retainer bars. To further maximize efficiency, the HB

At a service weight of 7,940 lbs. (3,601 kg), the HB 3600 is suitable for hydraulic carriers in the 38.6- to 69-ton (35 to 63 t) weight class.

Delivering an impact rate of up to 560 blows per minute, the HB 3600 is ideal for applications such as demolition, trenching, foundation work, tunneling, rock mining and secondary breaking.

By filling the gap among the breaker classes previously available, the HB 3600 helps to eliminate undersized or oversized compromises when it comes to breaker-carrier match.

3600 features the StartSelect system, which allows start-up and shut-off to be adjusted to fit job site conditions. In AutoStop mode, the breaker will not fire until the operator applies down pressure on the demolition tool via the carrier. AutoStop eliminates damaging blank firing by circulating the hydraulic oil inter-

nally under low pressure when down pressure is not applied to the tool. AutoStop also is ideal for safely circulating and warming the hydraulic system before breaking in cold climates. In AutoStart mode, the StartSelect system works hand-in-hand with AutoControl. The

breaker begins operating as soon as the working tool comes into contact with the material regardless of down pressure, but power is limited to 50 percent until the demolition tool can be fully seated in the breaker. This assures the breaker is properly positioned to accept full single blow energy safely without a damaging blank fire. AutoStart mode makes the breaker more versatile and ideal for demolition applications. An energy recovery system that prevents damage from piston recoil on extremely hard materials is standard on the HB 3600. The system consists of a shuttle valve that detects piston rebound and a high-pressure accumulator that stores energy from piston recoil. The stored energy is used on the succeeding strokes, making them faster and harder. Recycling recoil energy increases efficiency and reduces pressure spikes transmitted back to the carrier. To reduce excess vibration and noise, the HB 3600 comes equipped with the VibroSilenced damping system. Elastic elements between the percussion mechanism and the guide system provide full acoustic insulation, guaranteeing the breaker will emit the lowest noise levels in its weight class. Meanwhile, the HeliCoil thread insert tensioning screw system allows for optimal absorption of tension force within the breaker, even under maximum loads. For prolonged service life, the HB 3600 features DustProtector II and ContiLube II. The optional DustProtector II feature prevents dust penetration by utilizing a reusable sleeve and wiper that seals the working tool at the base of the breaker to protect the inner mechanism from the damaging effects of dust. ContiLube II is an automatic lubrication system mounted directly on the breaker. Featuring a compact, self-priming pump, ContiLube II eliminates the need to manually grease the breaker before each use. Lubricant levels are easily observed from the driver’s cab. The HB 3600 uses a working tool with a diameter of 6.7 in. (17 cm) and working length up to 30.3 in. (77 cm). Tool options include the moil point for multi-purpose use, the flat chisel for rock breaking and demolition, and the blunt tool for breaking rock, concrete and oversized material.


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REMU Processing Bucket Nixes Multiple Handling Costs National Attachments Incorporated has a new solution for “on-site” material handling, scalping, mixing and crushing operations. The Finnish manufactured REMU processing bucket is now available to the United States. Designed to reduce operating cost and maximize operation productivity, the REMU bucket eliminates multiple handling costs when processing endless types of material, including soil, loam, clay, sand, salt, gravel and C&D, according to the manufacturer. The scalping characteristics of REMU processing buckets are a result of a special blade design. The rounded blades repel large objects instead of trying to crush them. By using different blade types and adjustments it is possible to process different types of material for different demands. REMU provides custom fabricated units to fit all excavator/loader and skid steer machines. The scalping range of this mobile unit enables it to operate in tight, difficult terrain and wet conditions, providing the unit a proven complement to the pipeline, utility, demolition, and landfill reclamation industries, according to the manufacturers. For more information, call 800/839-9981 or visit www.nationalattachments.com.

The REMU bucket eliminates multiple handling costs when processing endless types of material, including soil, loam, clay, sand, salt, gravel and C&D.

Astech Ups Productivity With Wheelabrator’s MaxMesh Astech Underground, based in Loudon, Tenn., builds Astech brand utility trenchers, vibratory plows and horizontal directional drilling machines, Trencor brand trenchers and American Augers brand boring machines and drilling equipment. To prepare surfaces including edges of laser cut sheets and plates for coating, Astech Underground purchased a Wheelabrator MaxMesh wire mesh belt machine. With a 60-in. (152 cm) wide work envelope, this machine is suitable for processing individual wide pieces or multiple smaller pieces spread across the manganese mesh belt at a typical conveyor speed of 4 to 6 linear FPM (1.2 to 1.8 mpm). The machine is suitable for processing flat and low profile formed pieces made of sheet metal or heavy steel plate prior to forming, bending, fabricating and coating. These piece parts become housings and related components for the trenchers and other earth moving equipment. The operator places the work pieces on a load table with powered belt that automatically transfers them onto the mesh belt conveyor. As the parts pass

through the blast zone, they are exposed to high velocity steel shot from four Wheelabrator Autoblast wheel units. Mill scale, rust and laser oxides are removed. Shot blasting also establishes the surface profile needed for improved coating performance. Leaving the blast zone, the work passes through an automatic shot removal compartment where air from a high pressure blower is directed through multiple air cannons. This economical operation requires no plant compressed air. From the blow-off compartment, the work pieces exit the cabinet and transfer off the mesh belt onto an unload belt conveyor. A Wheelabrator designed and manufactured Model JPSM cartridge filter dust collector ventilates the blast cabinet, air wash separator, elevator and blow-off compartment. Tim Smith, project engineer, stated, “We have been very pleased with both the dependability and operation of this blast machine. The simple design allows for trouble free operation with minimal down time. The design allows for flexibility in the parts we process, which was critical in our operation.”

The Wheelabrator 60-in. wide MaxMesh machine is available with four 25 hp (18.6 kW) or eight 15 hp (11 kW) Autoblast blast wheels. The normal conveyor speed range is 3 to 12 ft. (.9 to 3.6 mpm) per minute. Custom machine arrangements are available when faster cleaning rates are required. The Wheelabrator MaxMesh line includes machines sized to blast clean a wide range of work, from plate burn-outs to fabrications, forgings, die castings and iron castings. For more information, visit www.wheelabratorgroup.com.

Wheelabrator MaxMesh wire belt system, ideally used within fabrication industry.


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Mobile Crushing and Screening in Action The unification of the Extec and Fintec brands within the Sandvik group of companies has created the world’s most comprehensive and dynamic line-up of mobile crushing and screening equipment. The Sandvik Mobile Screening and Crushing range now delivers all the familiar characteristics of productivity, versatility and exceptionally low running costs, but they are now combined with levels of durability and aftersales support that are synonymous with the Sandvik name. New name, improved service, same great product.

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Peterson 4300 Drum Chipper Features Sloped Feed Deck TERRIFIC VALUES ON REMANUFACTURED TRAMAC BREAKERS 6 MONTH WARRANTY INCLUDED

SUBSTANTIAL CREDIT GIVEN FOR YOUR OLD 5,000-7,500 FT. LB BREAKER Model Description

Impact Class Year

SC22 Hyd. Breaker 550 ft-lbs 125SX Hyd. Breaker 1,000 ft-lbs V32 Hyd. Breaker 5,000 ft-lbs

Condition

Warranty Price

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$4,250 $6,900 $30,700

Cash for Clunkers Details: Trade in your used 5,000 or 7,500 ft-lb breaker for a credit towards the purchase of the V1200 or V1600 below V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V46 V56 V65

Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker

7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 12,000 ft-lbs 15,000 ft-lbs

2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2005

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$33,000 $34,000 $35,000 $38,000 $39,000 $46,400 $63,500 $120,000

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$27,000 $38,000

Also Available PRT-180Rotating Pulverizer MTP-200 Multiprocessor with Concrete Cracker Jaws

2008 Used, As Is 2008 Used, As Is

Peterson’s new drum chipper model is suited for high volume biomass producers. The 4300 model is powered by a C18 Caterpillar engine available in three power ratings, 630, 700 and 765 hp (470, 522 and 570 kW). The chipper utilizes a 36 in. (91.4 cm) diameter by 40 in. (10.2 cm) wide drum. It will be available with optional material sizing bars and a chip accelerator to minimize oversize twigs and branches in the chips. Other key features include a sloped feed deck for ease of feeding the chipper, and an adaptive feed control to maintain chip quality and engine RPM. Production 4300 drum chippers will be available 2010. For more information, visit www.petersoncorp.com

Kleemann Line Available at Modern Machinery Locations Modern Machinery has added Kleemann to its line of products for the aggregate, recycle, slag, coal and green waste industries. With more than a century of experience in the construction of stationary plants, Kleemann, a member of the Wirtgen Group, has become one of the main forces driving the development of tracked mobile crushing and screening plants in both the natural rock and stone industry and in the recycling sector, according to the company. About Modern Machinery Modern Machinery, one of the largest Komatsu dealers in North America, has been

selling and servicing heavy machinery since 1944. As the exclusive dealer for Komatsu in the Pacific Northwest, the company employs 370-plus workers in 11 locations throughout Washington, Oregon, Montana and Idaho plus a 12th location in Russia. Modern Machinery also carries equipment from Allied, Atlas Copco, Kolberg-Pioneer and JCI, Cummins, Esco, Fleetguard, Hensley, Sennebogen, JRB, LeeBoy, Moxy, Timbco, Valmet Komatsu Forestry, Hamm, Precision Husky, Vögele and Wirtgen. For more information, call 800/332-1617 or visit www.modernmachinery.com.

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These Grinders Mean Business

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3010T Tub Grinder with Track System

4012FL Tub Grinder

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Power up your productivity with the impressive fleet of grinders from DuraTech. All DuraTech grinders feature enclosed engine compartments with self-cleaning rotary screens on the air intake and HPTO microprocessor-controlled clutches. They are equipped with CAT diesel engines ranging from 325hp to 950hp. DuraTech takes on heavy-duty jobs with the highest level of efficiency.

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REMU Screening Buckets Even more productive than big trommels!

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Caltrans Set to Replace Antlers Bridge for $125M Construction of a 1,942-ft. (591 m) long, 104-ft. (31.6 m) wide, five-span concrete bridge is set to begin along Interstate 5 in Shasta County, Calif.

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Construction of a 1,942-ft. (591 m) long, 104-ft. (31.6 m) wide, five-span concrete bridge is set to begin along Interstate 5 in Shasta County, Calif. Several weeks ago, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), along with the Federal Highway Administration, officially approved a $125 million contract for the Antlers Bridge Replacement Project to Slymar, Calif.based Tutor Perini. According to Caltrans District 2, a tentative groundbreaking is set for November 16. Fred Morell, project manager for Tutor Perini, confirmed this saying preliminary construction work would take place during November and December, with “real construction” starting in January 2010. The $125 million project will replace the Sacramento River (Antlers) Bridge, which spans the Sacramento River arm of Shasta Lake near the community of Lakehead. Built in 1941 by the Bureau of Reclamation, the 1,330 ft.long (405 m) existing bridge has exceeded its design life and exhibits significant characteristics of aging. A key element of the I-5 corridor, the new bridge will be constructed on a new parallel alignment slightly east of the existing bridge. Following new bridge construction the existing, concretedecked, streel truss structure will be demolished and removed. In addition to new bridge construction, a .4-mi. (.6 km) long section of highway south of the bridge will be realigned, which will reduce accidents. Currently that .4-mi. stretch of highway includes a series of curves on a six percent grade, making the accident rate on this section of highway higher than average for similar highway segments statewide, according to Caltrans. The entire project will take five years to complete. During the five-year construction period there will be: freeway traffic detours; restrictions to certain areas near the construction zone; detours and speed reduction zones on the lake near the project; and temporary northbound off ramp and southbound on ramp closures at Antlers Road Interchange. However, Antlers boat ramp will remain open and lake access through the construction zone will be maintained. Tutor Perini’s project bid of $125 million was 43 percent less than the engineer’s estimate, according to Caltrans. (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the California state supplement.) CEG


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OREGON

Case Power and Equipment Portland Salem

(503) 283-2461 (503) 362-1371

Central Equipment Company, Inc. Medford

UTAH

Century Equipment Co., Inc. Cedar City Logan Salt Lake City Spanish Fork

(435) 586-4406 (801) 262-5761 (801) 262-5761 (801) 794-1463

(541) 779-7443

MAW Equipment

TEXAS

Ogden

Construction Agricultural Supply Wichita Falls

(940) 322-9950

Heritage Equipment Co. Amarillo Lemesa Lubbock Plainview

(806) 335-2861 (806) 872-5861 (806) 745-4451 (806) 293-4116

Hi-Way Equipment Alvin Brenham Bryan Euless Gainesville Houston Longview Sherman Tyler

(281) 331-1521 (979) 836-6641 (979) 779-8942 (817) 283-2844 (940) 665-4314 (281) 987-1990 (903) 753-4481 (903) 893-7586 (903) 593-0201

(801) 731-0470

WASHINGTON

Case Power and Equipment Auburn Marysville

(253) 735-2702 (360) 651-2171

Central Machinery Sales Moses Lake Pasco

(509) 765-1257 (509) 547-8920

Mid Mountain Machinery Clarkston Spokane

(509) 758-8235 (509) 838-3546

WYOMING

Century Equipment Co., Inc. Rock Springs

(307) 382-6570

Titan Machinery Nueces Power Equipment Abilene Corpus Christi Edinburg El Paso Laredo San Benito Victoria

(325) 692-5253 (361) 289-0066 (956) 702-0066 (915) 541-0066 (956) 725-0066 (956) 361-0066 (361) 576-0066

Permian Tractor Sales Inc. Odessa

(432) 367-8628

Texana Machinery Austin San Antonio

(512) 272-8922 (210) 333-8000

Casper Cheyenne Gillette

(307) 234-5381 (307) 638-4400 (307) 682-9742

Cummins Western Canada Adds Mike Angus to Team Mike Angus has been appointed distribu- NPower, he was instrumental in the busitor principal of Cummins Western Canada ness’s success in exceeding financial targets, effective January 2010. implementing process improvements and Angus joined Cummins in 1976 as an creating customer solutions. account representative for the automotive Angus received the Chairman’s Award for business. Over the next 10 years, he advanced rapidly through several roles including senior account manager — industrial business; manager — technical marketing; and regional manager — automotive and industrial. In 1986, Angus became president and CEO of The Eagle Companies, a wholesale millwork and supplies distributor. In this role, he substantially improved the company’s operating results by achieving 30 percent sales growth, increasing inventory turns and reducing accounts receivable. Additionally, he led the implementation of a new IT system and shaped the corporate culture to be consistently customer-led. In 1990, Angus returned to the Cummins family, joining Cummins Northern Illinois as vice president — marketing and sales. His leadership was key in improving financial performance, increasing market share and introducing cus- Mike Angus has been appointed distributor principal tomer support excellence, of Cummins Western Canada effective January 2010. according to the company. He became vice president and general manager in 2002, a position he his Six Sigma project that resulted in more continued to hold after Cummins Northern than $1 million of profit improvement. He Illinois merged with two other distributors to currently serves as co-chair of the Filtration form Cummins NPower. During his time at Council.

I-15 Bridge Replacement Project Nears Completion in Utah NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah (AP) The final bridge replacement for the Interstate 15 Express-Link project is near completion. The U.S. 89 bridge over I-15 from North Salt Lake was closed to switch traffic onto a new bridge. The Beck Street on ramp to I-15 also was closed. The U.S. 89 bridge will be reduced to one lane until January as crews

finish final construction work. As part of the project, the Utah Department of Transportation also replaced bridges at Beck Street, 1000 North and 800 North. The $125 million Express-Link project spans more than 4 mi. and is scheduled for completion by next summer.


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FALCON POWER 1411 N 27th Avenue Phoenix AZ 85009 602/269-3221 Fax: 602/233-9371 Toll Free: 800/224-2190

5061 E Empire Flagstaff AZ 86004 928/526-5991 Fax: 928/526-5791 Toll Free: 888/388-5061

JCB North America Continues Genesis Taps 10-Year Veteran On-Time Parts Delivery Streak David Palvere as New Director Users of heavy equipment like excavators, backhoe loaders and telescopic handlers will say that keeping their machines up and running is a top priority. Heavy equipment manufacturer JCB understands that need for productivity. As a result, JCB’s North America customer support team has achieved a major service goal by delivering 95 percent of parts stock orders early or on time for the past 17 consecutive months. In North America, JCB parts are shipped from distribution centers located in Burlington, Ontario, and at the company’s North America headquarters in Savannah, Ga. Mike Werner, vice president of customer support for JCB North America, said that his department is making considerable strides toward correcting a major misconception about JCB and its machines. “Because some JCB machines are manufactured in Great Britain, there are people in Canada and the U.S. who mistakenly believe it’s difficult to get JCB parts within a reasonable amount of time,” Werner explained. “In today’s global economy, our

typical North American stock order is filled within seven days or less, and machine down orders are delivered to the dealer within 24 hours — that’s even faster than industry standards.” Werner went on to describe another example of JCB’s ongoing commitment to on-time parts delivery — the new 48-hour guaranteed parts program. This initiative ensures that parts on the mandatory stock list for JCB backhoe loaders and Loadall telescopic handlers will be available to customers at their local dealerships within 48 hours after placing their orders. “In the extremely rare instance that a part on the mandatory stock list doesn’t make it to the dealership within 48 hours, that part and any associated shipping costs will be free of charge,” Werner said. “That’s how confident we are in our ability to provide these parts on time. We don’t just say that our service is good; we back it up with a guarantee.” For more information, call 912/447-2000 or visit www.jcbna.com.

Citing his success cultivating sales in the northwest United States and Latin/South America, as well as a broad knowledge of overall operations, Genesis Attachments has named David Palvere as its new director of business development. Palvere, a 10-year veteran at Genesis, will be responsible for leading and directing new business opportunities for the company, developing international sales efforts, and driving new product and new market development. “This is an outstanding opportunity for me to contribute to our efforts to grow, diversify and, hopefully, realize a lot of untapped potential,” he said. “I have worn a number of hats in my ten years with the company, but none that has intrigued me or promised to challenge me as much as this one. I am certainly grateful for the confidence shown in me and look forward to getting down to business.”

Palvere’s tenure at Genesis has included ongoing work as northwest regional manager (which he will continue until a suitable replacement is found); efforts as Latin and South American market development manager; product line manager; and point person for Genesis’ excavator/attachment package program. According to Mats Ceder, Genesis vice president/general manager, the selection of Palvere was based on a number of factors. “This position calls for an individual who can provide strong leadership and direction in developing new business opportunities,” he said. “David has already demonstrated those strengths over the years. We are certain that he is the right person to tackle this new role as we move forward and make inroads into new markets.” For more information, call 715/395-5252 or visit www.genesisattachments.com.


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ARNOLD MACHINERY COMPANY 2975 W. 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 801/972-4000 800/821-0548 St George, UT 435/674-0880 Reno, NV 775/356-1511 Elko, NV 775/738-4443 Las Vegas, NV 702/642-9000

Phoenix, AZ 602/237-3755 Tucson, AZ 520/294-7677 Boise, ID 208/887-6000 Twin Falls, ID 208/733-1715 Idaho Falls, ID 208/523-0822

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VCES Corona Corona, CA 951/277-7620 VCES Bakersfield Bakersfield, CA 661/387-6090 VCES Fresno Fresno, CA 559/834-4420


Trucks & Trailers

SECTION

Mack Wins U.S. Army Bid for $28.5 Million Contract

Mack Trucks Inc. will deliver 46 Mack Vision Elite tractors to the U.S. Army in May and June 2010 as part of a three-year contract.

Mack Trucks Inc. has received three additional delivery orders for Mack Vision Elite model tractors from the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command. The orders are part of a three-year $28.5 million contract for 152 heavy-duty tractors and trailers, as well as spare parts. Orders received under this contract since its inception in October 2008 already total $20.2 million, but the Army has the option under the contract to order additional product from Mack beyond the quantities outlined in the original award. Other recent orders from the Army under separate contracts total $4.88 million. The three additional delivery orders include 46 Vision Elite tractors with 70in. (178 cm) high-rise sleepers, paired with 35-ton (32 t) lowboy trailers and spare parts. These three orders total $6.6 million, with delivery scheduled for May and June 2010. Known domestically as the Mack Pinnacle Axle Back model, the Vision Elite tractor is designed for use in markets outside of North America and is

powered by an export version of the Mack MP8 13-L diesel engine. “Mack is proud to supply the U.S. Army with tough and reliable trucks for the most demanding environments,” said Tom Kelly, Mack senior vice president, product portfolio management. “Mack’s legacy of ‘Bulldog-tough’ military trucks meshes precisely with our leading-edge engineering, technology and comfort to meet the needs of today’s military.” Demonstrating it can meet or exceed Army deadlines, Mack has already delivered 80 Vision Elite models to TACOM in 2009, with 18 more on track for delivery in November. Under a separate contract, Mack also is providing the extremely rugged Mack Granite Elite tractor model to TACOM for use in frequently harsh on/off-highway operations. The Mack trucks supplied to TACOM are assembled in the United States at the New River Valley Plant in Dublin, Va., and the Macungie Assembly Operations plant located outside of Allentown, Pa.

PACCAR Parts Names Fleetline/Nu-Line Supplier of the Year PACCAR Parts recently named Fleetline and Nu-Line as its 2008 supplier of the year for providing quality fenders, excellent service to customers and dealers and timely delivery of parts. Each year, PACCAR Parts recognizes one of its suppliers based on specific performance criteria: availability of parts, quality of materials, operation efficiency, level of support provided to customers and level of support provided to PACCAR Parts employees and dealers, to name a few. Fleetline Products is a leading supplier of quarter fenders, tandem fenders and mud flap hanger brackets to the North American commercial vehicle industry. Nu-Line Products Inc. is one of Canada’s leading suppliers of aftermarket heavy-duty truck fenders. Fleetline and Nu-Line partnered with

PACCAR Parts in 2004 to develop a complete private labeled MIRREX fender program for all-makes of trucks. “Fleetline and Nu-Line not only supply our dealers with the quality parts customers have come to expect from PACCAR Parts, but they also work hard to keep our distribution centers and dealers well stocked with high-demand items,” said Rick Gorman, PACCAR Parts general manager and PACCAR vice president. “That’s particularly important when we need to have enough inventory on hand so that customers can take full advantage of special promotional offers and discounts through our loyalty program. That helps their parts budgets go a little further. “We’re pleased to award a company that

supports our dealers, stands behind their products and shows such a commitment to operational excellence,” Gorman added. Fleetline and Nu-Line, along with Hogebuilt Inc., make up Fontaine Spray Suppression Company, which is part of the Commercial Truck Group within Marmon Highway Technologies. Fontaine Spray Suppression Company is a manufacturer of spray suppression products including fenders, mud flaps, and mud flap hanger brackets and related products. Doug Henson, president of Fontaine Spray Suppression Company, said earning the supplier award from PACCAR Parts has been quite an achievement for his company. “Our team worked very hard over the years to achieve the PACCAR Parts supplier

of the year award,” Henson said. “In our opinion, this is one of the highest honors any supplier can receive in the trucking industry because of the high standards PACCAR Parts sets.” To meet those standards, Fleetline and NuLine use modern equipment and process controls at every step of the manufacturing process to guarantee delivery of the highest and most consistent quality products in the industry, Henson said. “Everyone involved at PACCAR Parts, from the PACCAR sales team to the Fleetline and Nu-Line account managers, and the dealers’ sales force, are knowledgeable,” he said. “This helps make the PACCAR Parts promotion and retail program to be one of the most successful programs of its kind in the industry.”


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Vermeer Colorado South 1030 Transit Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80903 719-382-1947

Felling’s Air Tilt Deck-Over Eliminates Need for Hydraulics In September of this year Felling Trailers released the Air Tilt Deck-Over. This design utilizes air, powered from the tow vehicle, to tilt the trailer and optional ramps, eliminating the need for hydraulics. The air power from the tow vehicle fills two air bags, which then raise the trailer smoothly; the air bag will then keep the deck in the tilted position to allow for loading/unloading of multiple pieces of equipment. The deck then lowers itself by releasing the air pressure at a controlled rate to prevent the deck from slamming down. These trailers also are

equipped with Felling’s air-latch system (deck lock). This allows the user to lock and unlock the deck with the flip of a switch instead of working with cumbersome levers or walking from one side of the deck to the other. Towing capability and balance were achieved by placing the axles further back on the Air Tilt model than other tilt trailers on the market. These models also are useful for transporting low

The Air Tilt Deck-Over utilizes air, powered from the tow vehicle, to tilt the trailer and optional ramps, eliminating the need for hydraulics.

clearance equipment such as pavers, scissor lifts, forklifts and more with its low-clearance loading angle. With the option of ramps, a load angle as low as 7 degrees can be achieved for loading equipment. In the construction of this trailer Felling uses a high grade 80 steel for the main structural beams that was fabricated inhouse. The use of these beams in turn

increases the trailer’s strength yet reduces the total trailer weight. There are two base models for the Air Tilt; the FT-40 TA, which has a load capacity of 40,000 lbs. (18,143 kg) and the FT-50-3 TA with a load capacity of 50,000 lbs. (22,679 kg). Standard Features include • Deck — white oak 2 in. nominal and 6 ft. wood inlaid beavertail • Main beam and crossmembers — high strength grade 80 steel • Approximate deck height — 32 in. loaded • Tilting mechanism – (2) air bags • Felling Air-Latch System (deck lock) • Tie downs and storage — 10 D-Rings and toolbox with lockable cover • 25,000 lb. oil bath axles (CTR) • Brakes — 2S/1M with park brakes on all axles • 5-year limited structural warranty • 3-year paint warranty For more information, visit www.felling.com.


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Caltrans Names Beador Construction as Prime Contractor for $40M I-10 Job RIVERSIDE from page 1

(SHOPP). “The project is being completed in five phases,” explained Joy Sepulveda, construction liaison for California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 8. “The first and second phase includes shoulder strengthening, concrete barrier work and drainage improvements. Phase 3 will include more drainage work, widening of the westbound Beaumont off-ramp to provide two lanes, and slab replacement. Phases 4 and 5 will cover the replacement of the SR 60/I-10 connector, with the project wrapping up at the beginning of 2011.” Beador Construction of Beaumont, Calif., is the prime contractor and is covering a majority of the tasks including excavation, bridge construction, drainage, sign installation, AC paving, and rapid set concrete replacement operation. “Rapid set allows the crews to replace sections of concrete that are in disrepair without causing major interruptions to the flow of traffic. The concrete reaches full strength in about 2 hours, versus 28 days for traditional concrete,” commented Sepulveda. Crews will use 50,000 ton (45,350 t) of asphalt and 35,000 cu. yds. (26,775 cu m) of concrete on the project. Approximately 70,000 cu. yds. (53,550 cu m) of dirt will be taken out during work on the embankments, shoulders and drainage improvements. The existing median, which currently sits at 32-in. (81.3 cm) in height, will be removed and replaced by a 56-in. (142.2 cm) median to reduce headlight glare from truck traffic. Beador is using a variety of equipment on the job, including a Cat 416C, Cat 430, and Cat 446 backhoes. For excavators, Beador is utilizing a Cat 322, a Cat 345 CL, and a Cat 320L. Other equipment includes a John Deere 210LE skip loader, a Cat CB224E tandem vibratory smooth drum, a Cat D6R XL dozer, and a Cat AP655C asphalt paver. Beador is using Quinn Rental Services for a few pieces of equipment. Quinn offers a full range of Caterpillar and other name brand equipment and specialized tools. Among the list of subcontractors is Drill Technology Drilling & Shoring for excavation, Crown Fence Company for temporary fences, Cal-Stripe Inc. for line painting, Hawthorne Contracting Company Inc. for traffic control, and Marina Landscape Inc. for landscaping. Beador is using Valley Concrete to supply concrete, Calmex Engineering, Inc. for asphalt supply and Avar Construction Systems for pre-cast concrete slabs. Lane closures will be necessary to improve I-10. However, most of the work will be done at night to keep traffic moving during the day and minimize public inconvenience. Crews are working Monday through Friday in two shifts; 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Ramps are closed during rehabilitation. Signs have been posted in advance to let motorists know when a ramp is closed and where the detour is. To keep detours as short as possible, no two consecutive ramps will be closed at the same time. Visit caltrans8.info for weekly updates on closures. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Crews lay down drainage pipes along East I-10.

Crews place rapid set concrete.

Crews prepare for a retaining wall below the I-10 eastbound bridge over Sixth Street.

B C usiness

alendar

December 10, 2009 – Legislative Breakfast. The Delaware Contractors Association (DCA) will hold a Legislative Breakfast in the DCA Boardroom in Newark, DE. For further information, fax Nancy Handlin at 302994-8185. December 14-15, 2009 – Winter Conference. Ohio Contractors’ Assoc. Winter Conference Midwest, Columbus, OH. For more information call 800-229-1388 or 614-488-0724. January 10-13, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. National Utility Contractors Association Utility Construction Expo, Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, FL. NUCA is located in Arlington, VA. Call 703-358-9300 for further information. January 13-15, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. AG CONNECT Expo - Preview Day January 12, 2010 (by special admission), Orlando, FL. AG CONNECT Expo provides a world-class international forum for agriculture industry professionals to share global agricultural ideas and management trends. For information please call 800-867-6060. February 7-10, 2010 – SHOW. THE RENTAL SHOW returns to Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center. The show will be in the North-South building, which is where the 2006 Show was held. Exhibitors and Rental Store Attendees can call 800-334-2177. February 24-25, 2010 – EXPO. Chicago, IL Construction Expo to be held at the Schaumburg Convention Center, Schaumburg, IL. For tickets and further information please contact Sheila Kirby (800-523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Fort Washington, PA. February 27 to March 3, 2010 – International Hardware Fair. International Hardware Fair Cologne 2010, Cologne, Germany. For more information regarding this event contact Chris Beavers, Koelnmesse, Inc. at 773-326-9928. 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 18-19, 2010 – EXPO. Midwest Construction Expo to be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. For tickets and further information please contact Sheila Kirby (800-523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Fort Washington, PA. March 22-26, 2011 – EXPO. CONEXPO-CON/AGG, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be the world’s largest international gathering place in 2011 for the construction and construction materials industries, showcasing the latest equipment, services and technologies. For more information, visit: www.conexpoconagg.com; E-mail: info@conexpoconagg.com or phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – International Exposition. Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. IFPE 2011 - the International Exposition for Power Transmission is the leading international exposition and technical conference for hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical power transmission components, systems and controls. For information visit: www.ifpe.com; E-mail: info@ifpe.com or phone 800867-6060.


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GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS! Allis Chalmers HD-41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale..................................................$190

Caterpillar "O" Gauge Complete Train Set ...... ..................................................................$275

Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale .......... ..........................................................$100

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

All New in Box Allis-Chalmers HD41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale ............................................................$190 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$80 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 Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale................................................................................$80 Case 721D Wheel Loader, 1:87 Scale ..............................................................................$20 Case 340 Articulated Truck, 1:87 Scale..............................................................................$20 Case CX 330 Excavator, 1:87 Scale ....................................................................................$20 Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grader, 1:87 Scale ....................................................................$25 Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader w/ripper & scarifier, 1:50 Scale ......................................$40 Caterpillar CS-563 Soil Compactor, 1:87 Scale ................................................................$25 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 336D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$70 Caterpillar 797F Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................$250 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 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Caterpillar Agricultural 75E Tractor, 1:64 Scale ................................................................$12 Caterpillar Four Piece Military Set, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$75

Hitachi LX70 Wheel Loader, 1:40 Scale ............................................................................$65 International 433 Motor Scraper, 1:25 Scale ..................................................................$175 International 560 Payloader, 1:25 Scale ..........................................................................$175 International Harvester 560 PayLoader, 1:87 Scale ..........................................................$35 International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................................................$50 JCB 3CX Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$50 JCB 456 Loader Waste Master, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$60 JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$65 JCB Vibromax VM 115 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$45 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 Liebherr 580 Wheel Loader, 1:87 Scale ............................................................................$25 Link-Belt 210 X2 Excavator, 1:40 Scale..............................................................................$65 Mitsubishi FG25N Forklift, 1:25 Scale................................................................................$25 Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale..................................................................................$100 Peterbilt Tractor/Trailer w/Caterpillar D8R, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$100 Peterbilt Blue/Silver 367 Dump Truck, 1:34 Scale ............................................................$85 U.S. Army Ford F800 Tractor w/Trailer, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$35 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 EC45 Mini-Excavator, 1:50 Scale..............................................................................$35 Volvo EC 210 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$45 Volvo EC210C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$80 Volvo EC240B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$45 Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$25 Volvo EC700 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$80 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 150E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale 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Komatsu Unveils Hybrid PC200LC-8 Excavator to U.S. Market Komatsu America Corp. has introduced the hybrid PC200LC-8 excavator into the North American market. Komatsu’s goal is to meet increasing global environmental concerns through the development of equipment designed to reduce environmental impact, including CO2 reduction. By developing a successful hybrid excavator in the largest construction machine segment (20 to 22 ton), Komatsu’s green technology will have a substantial impact on saving fuel and reducing green house emissions. “Komatsu’s decision to apply its engineering excellence to the largest construction machine segment, clearly signals our commitment to developing environment-friendly equipment,” said Dave Grzelak, CEO and chairman of Komatsu America Corp. “Since the company’s inception, Komatsu has been setting the global standard for technology and engineering excellence and today that tradition continues with the introduction of the Hybrid PC200LC-8 excavator.” Powered by the Komatsu Hybrid System, the hybrid PC200LC-8 uses a newly developed electric swing motor, power generator motor, capacitor and diesel engine. Komatsu developed its hybrid system to work on the principle of swing energy regeneration and energy storage using the Komatsu ultra capacitor system. Komatsu’s ultra capacitors provide fast energy storage and instantaneous power transmission. The kinetic energy generated during the swing braking phase is converted to electricity, which is sent through an inverter and then captured by the ultra capacitor. This captured energy is then discharged very quickly for upper structure rotation and to assist the engine as commanded by the

The Specs The hybrid PC200LC-8 is powered by the powerful, turbocharged and air-to-air after-cooled Komatsu SAA4D107E-1 which provides 138 hp (103 kW). With an operating weight of 43,643 to 47,260 lbs. (19,796 to 21,437 kg), the hybrid PC200LC-8 has a bucket capacity of 0.66 to 1.57 cu. yds. (.5 to 1.2 cu m). The hybrid PC200LC-8 has the same vigorous working forces and performance levels of the conventional PC200LC-8. The cab design assures operator comfort because the viscous cab damper mounts reduce vibration. A7 in. LCD monitor provides easy-to-read gauges and onboard diagnostics as well as displaying the rear-view monitoring system for viewing the work area to rear of the machine.

The hybrid PC200LC-8 is powered by the powerful, turbocharged and air-to-air after-cooled Komatsu SAA4D107E-1 which provides 138 hp (103 kW).

hybrid controller when accelerating under work load conditions. In tests comparing the standard PC200LC-8 hydraulic excavator to the hybrid PC200LC-8, the hybrid model reduced fuel consumption by approximately 25 to 40 percent, depending on the application, according to the manufacturer.

KOMTRAX on Board The hybrid PC200LC-8 also is equipped with the latest KOMTRAX technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Data such as operating hours, fuel consumption, machine location and machine utilization are relayed to the web application for analysis. The KOMTRAX fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency. The hybrid PC200LC-8 excavator was introduced to the Japanese market in June 2008 and has been successful in reducing fuel consumption. In addition, Komatsu introduced the hybrid to the Chinese market in August this year. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.

‘Shoddy’ Work Blamed for Flooding KATRINA from page 1

negligence.’’ Joe Bruno, one of the lead lawyers for the plaintiffs, said the ruling underscored the Army Corps’ long history of not properly protecting the New Orleans region. “It’s high time we look at the way these guys do business and do a full re-evaluation of the way it does business,’’ Bruno said. He said he expected the government to appeal. The corps referred calls seeking comment to the Justice Department. Spokesman Charles Miller said the government would review the judge’s ruling before making any decision on how to proceed. During trial testimony, government lawyers and experts argued the levee system was overwhelmed by the massive storm, and levee breaches couldn’t solely be blamed on the shipping channel dug in the 1960s as a short-cut between the Gulf of Mexico and New Orleans. The corps also had unsuccessfully argued that it is immune from liability because the channel is part of New Orleans’ flood control system. In his 156-page ruling, Duval said he was “utterly convinced’’ that the corps’ failure to shore up the channel “doomed the channel to grow to two to three times its design width’’ and that “created a more forceful frontal wave attack on the levee’’ that protected St. Bernard and the Lower 9th Ward. “The Corps had an opportunity to take a myriad of actions

to alleviate this deterioration or rehabilitate this deterioration and failed to do so,’’Duval said. “Clearly the expression ‘talk is cheap’ applies here.’’ Ahead of Duval’s ruling, experts had said it would likely have consequences for the way the Army Corps does business nationwide. Pierce O’Donnell, another lead plaintiffs lawyer, said the ruling was the “first time ever the Army Corps has been held liable for damages for a major catastrophe that it caused.’’ The plaintiffs lawyers would like Congress to set up a compensation fund to speed up payments to the thousands of others whose claims must still be heard in court. At a one-month trial in May, experts clashed over the causes of flooding and the channel’s contribution to it. Government experts argued the levees and floodwalls would have failed regardless of whether the channel had been dug. By contrast, the plaintiffs’ team of experts said the outlet became a “hurricane highway’’ that funneled storm surge into New Orleans. They said that without the channel, the flooding would have been minimal. The lawsuit was the first major case against the federal government over Katrina flooding to go to trial. A decision rested with Duval because a jury cannot try a case against the federal government. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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IronPlanet Reports Record Sales for Third Quarter

(L-R) are Victoria Arellano, Elizabeth King, Marion Pender and Heather Noel.

ESCO Corporation Receives ‘Excellence in Training’Award On Oct. 29, the Portland Business Journal presented its annual manufacturing awards at the Portland Art Museum, honoring Portland-based manufacturer ESCO Corporation in the “Excellence in Training” category. As Business Journal Publisher Craig Wessel said, the goal of this new program is to “recognize manufacturing companies that continue to drive our region’s economy through innovation and strategic evolution.” The other awards categories were “Product Innovation of the Year” and “Manufacturing Company of the Year” (small, medium and large companies). Other manufacturing awards winners included Benchmade, Eleek, FEI Company, Korvis Automation, Oregon Iron Works, Plas2Fuel, Timber Pro UV, Tinitron, TriQuint Semiconductor and Williams Controls. ESCO Corporation has become increasingly noted for its application of “lean manufacturing” practices that emphasize waste reduction in its operations. According to spokesperson Robert Kenneth, the goal is to increase customer value while continually reducing waste and cost. “Our culture of quality, value and speed — or QVS — drives the elimination of waste in everything we do, from engineering and payroll to the plant floor and loading docks. The result is business practices that create long-term, sustainable economic, environmental and social benefits for our employees, our customers and our neighbors in the communities where ESCO operates.” ESCO’s Organizational Effectiveness team is responsible for development and delivery of countless training initiatives aimed at integrating lean and continuous improvement at every level of the company. “At ESCO, we live by the philosophy of continuous improvement to deliver quality, value and speed to our customers,” said Elizabeth King, ESCO’s executive director of Organizational Effectiveness. “With that as a

vision, our team looks at what stands in the way of us getting there. And it’s those obstacles we go after.” Because ESCO has operations throughout the world, King and her team face special challenges when it comes to implementing uniform practices across all levels of the organization. “We can’t succeed as a global organization if we lack the required expertise at even one of our sites. That’s why we actively support developing expertise throughout the entire company,” King said. According to King, another important aspect of ESCO’s training approach is how indistinguishable it often is from day-to-day operations. “Some people have traditional ways of training — which means you go to a classroom to learn something, pass a test, and often never use what you learned. But it would be hard to distinguish between training and real time work here at ESCO — it’s all the same.” ESCO enjoys a strong reputation as an innovator, with more than 300 product patents highlighting the company’s passion for solving difficult problems. King said she and her Organizational Effectiveness team support this innovative culture “by creating and delivering innovative training and development opportunities.” “The quality of our work creates an experience for participants that builds personal skills and commitment to ESCO — and also furthers our strategic initiatives.” About winning the “Excellence in Training” category among multiple candidate companies, King said: “Our team is delighted to be awarded with this honor on behalf of all ESCO employees. We couldn’t do what we do without effectively partnering at all levels of the organization — from board room to break room. It’s what makes our work impactful and fun.”

IronPlanet posted record sales for the third quarter of 2009. Gross auction sales were $123 million, an increase of 61 percent over third quarter of 2008. IronPlanet’s year-to-date performance of $334 million is a 36 percent increase over the same period in 2008. “I continue to be pleased with our quarterly and year-to-date performance as we continue to deliver on our business objectives in 2009,” said Gregory J. Owens, IronPlanet chairman and chief executive officer. “Our ongoing commitment to our customers to bring fair market value for their equipment, at a low cost to sell through our weekly online marketplace will continue to be the catalyst for our growth.” In the third quarter, IronPlanet conducted 22 global auctions, up 38 percent from third quarter 2008. In addition, 55 percent of the items sold in IronPlanet North American auctions had bids from international bidders and 25 percent of the items sold went to buyers outside of the United States. “As we approach 2010 we will continue to build on our strategies to broaden our reach and grow both our seller and buyer base around the world. The advantages of our online marketplace versus more traditional auction channels are our global reach and our ability to bring an international buyer audience to all of our auctions whether in North America, Europe, Australia or Southeast Asia,” said Owens. In its third quarter, IronPlanet achieved other significant milestones that will be instrumental in the continued success and growth of the company. IronPlanet Canada expanded its sales team to increase coverage and customer service from coast to coast, while IronPlanet Australia added John O’Sullivan to continue growth into Southeast Asia. In August, IronPlanet exceeded half a million users worldwide expanding the number of potential bidders and buyers across its marketplace in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. In July, Roger S. Siboni joined the board of directors, bringing more than 30 years of experience and executive level management in technology and financial management to the IronPlanet board. For more information, visit www.ironplanet.com.

Ritchie Bros. to Establish Presence in Salt Lake City Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers has signed a seven-year lease in Salt Lake City, Utah, and will be starting site work on a new auction site right away. Ritchie Bros. has conducted unreserved equipment auctions at temporary locations in Utah since 1985. “We are excited to find a new home in Utah at a location that is convenient for both local and traveling customers,” said Mike Johnston, divisional manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “We have decided to establish a presence in Utah because it has proven to have a diverse business climate serving a variety of industries, including construction, transportation, agriculture, mining and oil and gas.” The new site, located at the Salt Pointe Commerce Center in Lake Point, Utah (approximately 20 mi. west of Salt Lake City), has approximately 37 acres of developable land. It is located 17 mi. west of the Salt Lake City International Airport, with 1,000 ft. of visibility along I-80. “We feel very fortunate that Ritchie Bros. has decided to open an auction site in Utah,” said Nicole Cline, economic development director of Tooele County. “They are a strong, stable company and a great corporate citizen — we are proud to have them in our community. We also believe this new site will enhance the visibility of Ritchie Bros. in our state, which will aid in its success.” Ritchie Bros. typically holds three to five public auctions at each of its auction sites around the world. The last multi-million dollar auction in Utah, held Nov. 13, 2009, attracted more than 1,000 registered bidders from 21 countries. Purchasers participated from as far away as Egypt, Spain, Korea, and from all over North America.


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DUMP TRUCK Contact: LARRY WEINSTEIN Phone: 845 721-2983 Fax: 845 357-221 Email: lbw228@optonline.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 CAT 938F WHEEL LOADERS Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Fax: 603 430-2119 Email: cmisold@myfairpoint.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY D6NLGP Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO 360 EXCAVATOR 2004-2006, ANY LOCATION OK Contact: JOHN TANNOURJI Phone: 914-693-0300 Email: itc@bestweb.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DEMOLITION BUCKET FOR A CAT 977L REASONABLY PRICED Contact: RICK Phone: 860-428-1059 Email: aliciabeth@sbcglobal.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER 910EFG, 920, 930, 936E Contact: ALHARTHI Phone: 00447875086827 Email: deerah1est@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DYNAPACS CA251D,CA252D,CA262D,CA302,CA301 Contact: WAQAR AHMED Phone: 92-0333-2376638 Email: waqar_zki@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU MOTORGRADERS GD525A,GD605A,GD625A PLEASE OFFER US & KINDLY SEND US DETAILS, PHOTOS & BEST PRICE. Contact: NAQIB KHAN Phone: +92-333-3298751 Email: naqib_khan73@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER CRANE AMERICAN 9310 CRAWLER CRANE Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA CHAIN ON FORKS TO BUCKET THESE ARE FORKS THAT SLIP ON THE BUCKET AND ARE HELD ON WITH A CHAIN AND BINDER Contact: BILL VAN PAMEL Email: wvanpamel@wowway.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO BUY OLDER CAT WHEEL LOADERS | IN MODELS 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, 950E, 966D/E/F. Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 325 OR 330 BL OR CL 325 9R 330 MUST HAVE 3306 ENGINE, 36" TRACT, JACK HAMMER AND 70 TO 80% U/C Contact: SAM Phone: 940-655-8462 Email: s-mahoney@lycos.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KUBOTA REAR HYDRAULIC OUTLETS I WANT TO CONNECT UP TO 4 QD FOR REAR ATTACHMENTS ON MY KUBOTA 3750 TRACTOR. I HAVE EXISTING 3POINT & MY TRACTOR HAS EXISTING LEVER SLOTS FOR CONTROL. USED IS OK. Contact: TERRY Phone: 206-241-0630 Email: donlin.te@clearwire.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT DEMOLITION BUCKET USED Contact: RICK Phone: 860-428-0159 Email: aliciabeth@sbcglobal.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE OR HITACHI 160C LC Contact: DAVE CAPODICE Phone: 309-275-1927 Fax: 309-828-1960 Email: dcexcavating@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADERS, GRADERS, EXCAVATORS LOOKING FOR EQUIPMENT TO PURCHASE. WE CAN ALSO HELP YOU LOCATE EQUIPMENT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR. Contact: RHONDA SCHEER Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: rhonda@scheerbrothers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY TYPE OF STEEL I BUY ANY TYPE OF NEW, USED OR SURPLUS STEEL INCLUDING SHEET PILING, H-PILING, PIPE PILING, WIDE FLANGE BEAMS, PLATES, PIPE, TUBING ETC... Contact: MICHAEL KAYE Phone: 609-882-6983 x 104 Fax: 609-882-7458 Email: mkaye@capitalsteel.org –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE/DAVIS TRENCHER TF900/TF1000 DEAD OR ALIVE Contact: STEVEN H. MILLER Phone: (260) 341-2140 Fax: (260) 724-4165 Email: stevenhmillerconst@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– OHIO SCRAP MAGNET Contact: MARK VIA Phone: 540-745-3405 Fax: 866-905-5488 Email: viatruck@swva.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 345B TRACKS/PADS Contact: BILL KUKURIN Email: bkukurin@kukurin.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT 323 COMPACT EXCAVATOR I AM LOOKING FOR A COMPACT EXCAVATOR SIMILAR TO THE 323. Contact: JASON Email: piercejasona@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY CONTRACTOR D6KLGP Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

VIBRO HAMMER Contact: MIKE DONNES Phone: +61427775849 Fax: +61892932261 Email: mike-jd@bigpond.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FINAL DRIVE Contact: ROBERTO J PALACIOS Phone: 786-287-7056 Fax: 305-573-7038 Email: rpalacios@cargoawaycorp.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D11R CRAWLER TRACTORS WE NEED ONE POSSIBLY TWO 8ZR OR 9TR SERIES PARTS OR CORE REBUILD MACHINES. SU AND SINGLE SHANK PREFERRED. ANY LOCATION WORLD WIDE. IF YOU HAVE A MACHINE MATCHING OUR NEEDS PLEASE SEND DETAILS, PHOTOS AND PRICE. Contact: CHARLES SOLOMONE Phone: 719-689-2434 Email: csolomone@tradewindequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D11T | CAT D11T. NEW UP TO 4000 HOURS. Contact: PAUL CROLLA Phone: +47-22.207696 Email: m.crolla@sky.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Wrecked or burnt Morbark Model 13 wood chipper for parts. Contact: Norma Phone: 724-887-9375 Fax: 724-887-4899 Email: lewequip@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO L120B OR L120C - (1) VOLVO L120B OR L120C, ANY YEAR, ANY CONDITION Contact: IVAN OCAMPO Email: iocampo@jycexports.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D85A21 - 4 X KOMATSU D85A-21. NEW UPTO 3000 HOURS. Contact: PAUL CROLLA Phone: +47-22.207696 Email: m.crolla@sky.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA L39 OR NEW HOLLAND TC40 WOULD LIKE EITHER A KUBOTA L39 OR A NEW HOLLAND TC40A Contact: GERRY PAOLIN Email: apaolin@cogeco.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRONT LOADER FOR A KUBOTA L5450 Contact: CHARLIE LOVEALL Phone: 412-445-1878 Email: cloveall@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FELCO ROLLER BUCKET Contact: DONALD BEARD Phone: 828-324-6774 Fax: 828-324-9632 Email: kelly@neillgrading.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RAYGO RUSTLER 404 PARTS MACHINE Contact: WARREN CARD Phone: 423-332-2223 Fax: 423-332-9444 Email: me13158@aol.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CRANE BOOM & BASE FOR BUCYRUS ERIE 30B SUPER Contact: VINCENT NERI Phone: 860-664-8042 Fax: 860-664-9175 Email: vneri@occllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JD 595D,495 - LOOKING TO BUY JOHN DEERE 595 WHEELED EXCAVATOR OR 495 JD ANY YEAR Contact: IMTIAZ Phone: 647-887-4786 Fax: 905-497-8633 Email: machineryexporters@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LATE MODEL SOMERO POWER RAKE NO RETAIL DEALS PLEASE. Contact: TOM NACEY Phone: 651-214-1694 Email: tnacey@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BADGER 460 Contact: COREY Email: westfallconstruction@juno.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED NOW FROM CONTRACTOR ONLY 4 BULLDOZERS 375A 3 Contact: JEAN MAURTICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 330DL Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 330BL CAT EXCAVATOR Contact: ROD MARTIN OR PETER CORCH Phone: 717-733-3593 Fax: 717-733-8531 Email: rod@martinexc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VIBRATORY ROLLERS • WANTED 05 OR NEWER 66-84 IN ROLLERS 1000 HRS OR LESS Contact: JIM Email: jimdobinson@telus.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 140H - CAT 140H GRADER, 17.5X25 TYRES, BELOW 3500 HOURS, RIPPER Contact: PAUL CROLLA Phone: 47-22.207696 Fax: 44-161.226-8525 Email: santina@online.no –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE WHEELED EXCAVATOR595 - JOHN DEERE WHEELED EXCAVATOR 495,595 Contact: IMTIAZ Phone: 647-887-4786 Fax: 9054978633 Email: machineryexporters@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY 650J NEW LGP Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D8H STARTER - 46A22000 SERIES DIRECT ELECTRIC STARTER. Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

2004 CAT BACKHOE 426B Contact: DOUG LAUGHLIN Phone: 607-742-9017 Fax: 607-795-4157 Email: laughlincontracting@msn.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BALL JOINT FOR INGERSOLL RAND VR636 - LOOKING FOR USED BALL JOINT FOR INGERSOLL RAND VR636 ALL TERRAIN FORK LIFT. PART# 59210572. Contact: JOSH KAMMEYER Phone: 269-685-9525 Fax: 269-685-5888 Email: a1rentall@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BRIDGE DECK FINISHER Contact: BRIAN SKAJEM Phone: 909 772 1749 Fax: 951 352 4301 Email: brianws4300@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED PARTS FOR JCB BACKHOE 3C1400B - NEED LOADER CONTROL ALSO NEED 18.4-24 TIRES Contact: KLAUS MUELLER Phone: 239-980-2000 Fax: 239-418-1000 Email: klausdesign2000@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– AUSTIN WESTERN BLADE PACER 300 DEAD OR ALIVE Contact: LYLE CARPENTER Phone: 701-549-3727 Email: lcarpent@utma.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– REAR RIPPER FOR CAT D5NXL Contact: WENDELL CAIN Phone: 770-381-8984 Fax: 770-381-6977 Email: wendell@cainandtodd.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GRADALL 660E CRAWLER | GRADALL 660E CRAWLER WITH 5.9 CUMMINS Contact: SCOTT RUBRIGHT Phone: 724-468-4700 Fax: 724-468-4975 Email: scottr@kt-grantinc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D355 Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1976-1979 CAT 12G Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZER Contact: GREG HENDRIX Phone: 936-327-5430 Fax: 936-327-5108 Email: greg@hendrixmachineryllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADER CAT 970FII,966FII,966D VERY GOOD CONDITION Contact: MANSOUR HASEB Phone: +202 26632820 Fax: +202 26632820 Email: mansorhaseb@gmail.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315-633-2944

Fri., January 15, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Truck Tractors, Construction and Support Equipment

• Kissimmee, FL Thurs., December 10, 2009 For: Late Model Rental Returns of Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Telescopic Forklifts

• Scranton, PA Sat., January 16, 2010 For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers & Containers

• Atlanta, GA Fri., December 11, 2009 For: Late Model Rentals Consisting of Construction, Support Equipment, Trailers, Trucks, Aerial Lifts & Forklifts • Ledyard (Foxwood Casino), CT Sat., December 12, 2009 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Syracuse, NY Tues., December 15, 2009 For: Late Model Crane, Boom Trucks, Aerial Lifts & Large Quantity of Rigging Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri., December 16, 2009 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • St. Louis, MO Thurs., December 17, 2009 For: Rental Fleet Equipment – Large and Small, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Sat./Sun., December 1920, 2009 For: Late Rental Return Auction of Late Model Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers & Support Equipment • Greenwich (Albany), NY Wed., December 30, 2009 For: Late Model Kobelco, New Holland, Cat, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Forklifts, Aerial, Support Equipment • Middletown (Florida), NY Sat., January 9, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Support Equipment • Binghamton NY

• Leon, Mexico Thurs., January 21, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Support Equipment • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., January 23, 2010 For: Late Model Rental Return Auction plus Support Equipment • Kissimmee, FL Sunday thru Saturday., February 1-8, 2010 For: Annual 8 Day Sale of the Latest & Greatest Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Cranes, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks and All Types of Trailers and Support Equipment – THE REAL SALE! • Indianapolis, IN Fri., March 5, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Rental Fleet Equipment • Newark, NJ DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS Richmond, BC, Canada Phone: 402-421-2631 • Polotitlan, Mexico December 8 • Toronto, ON, CAN December 7 & 8

Coming Auctions December 10 & 11 • Chicago, IL December 10 & 11 • Olympia, WA December 10 & 11 • Farmington, NM December 14 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates December 14 - 16 •Pittsburgh, PA December 14 • Nashville, TN December 15 • Minneapolis, MN December 15 •Kansas City, MO December 16 • Northeast, MD December 16 & 17 • Los Angeles, CA December 17 & 18 • Prince George, BC, CAN December 17 • St. Louis, MO December 18 • Narita, Japan January 27, 2010 • Panama City, Panama February 2, 2010 • Hyderbad, India February 3, 2010 • Las Vegas, NV February 5, 2010 • Orlando, FL February 15-20, 2010 • Torreon, Mexico February 10, 2010 • Orlando, FL February 15-20, 2010 • Brisbane, QLD, Australia March 16, 2010

• Polotitlan, Mexico December 8 • Statesville, NC December 8 • Denver, CO December 8 • Columbus, OH December 9 • Jackson, MS December 10 • Edmonton, AB, CAN

BUNCH BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS Wingo, KY Phone: 270-376-2992 • Louisville, KY Thurs., December 10, 2009 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. Pendleton, IN Phone: 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN Fri., December 11, 2009 For: 17th Annual Snowball Construction Equipment Auction

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP Thurmont, MD Phone: 301-631-0650 • Martinsburg, WV Sat., December 19, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

G.W. MCGREW AUCTION CO., INC. Seven Valleys, PA Phone: 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Mon., December 14, 2009 For: Selling Construction Equipment for Local Contractors

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY Hatfield, PA Phone: 215-361-9099 • Waynesboro, VA Wed., December 9, 2009 For: Former Assets of Ennstone, Inc. and Lease Returns

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS Pleasanton, CA Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., December 10, 2009 For: Construction Equipment • Fri., December 11, 2009 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., December 17, 2009 For: Construction Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. Pelzer, SC Phone: 864-947-7888

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS Fargo, ND Phone: 701-237-9173

• West Fargo, ND Wed, December 9, 2009 • Pelzer, SC For: AgIron 53 Consignment Wed.-Thurs, December 9-10, Event 2009 • Litchfield, MN For: Annual 2 Day Winter Wed, December 30, 2009 Contractors Auction For: AgIron 21 Consignment Event www.steffesauctioneers.co MOTLEY’S AUCTION m & REALTY GROUP Richmond, VA STOCK Phone: 804-232-3300 AUCTION COMPANY • Richmond, VA St. Edward, NE Fri, December 11, 2009 Phone: 800-937-3558 For: 350+ Pieces of VA BIG IRON TIMED State Construction INTERNET ONLY AUCTION Equipment Go to www.stockra.com to

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. North Franklin, CT Phone: 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT Fri. & Sat., January 29-30, 2010 For: Over 100 Units! Truck Tractors, Dumps, Van & Utility Body Trucks & More!

PURPLE WAVE AUCTIONS Derby, KS Phone: 866-608-9283 ONLINE ONLY - BIDDING ENDS: Wed., Dec. 9 – 10 AM For: Wichita, KS Area Contractors ONLINE ONLY BIDDING ENDS: Thurs., Dec. 17 – 10 AM For: Construction Equipment ONLINE ONLY - BIDDING ENDS: Thurs., Dec. 17 – 10 AM For: RSC Equipment Rental www.purplewave.com

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS Lebanon, TN Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 12, 2009 For: TBA

view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

THE AUCTIONEERS GROUP Neptune, NJ Phone: 732-776-7222 • Edison, NJ Tues., December 15, 2009 For: Construction and Landscaping Equipment from Silagy Landscaping, Inc.

UTILITY AUCTIONS Des Moines, IA Phone: 515-299-6289 • Wilmington, DE Fri., December 18, 2009 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

VOCON AUCTIONS Wilmington, DE Phone: 866-21-VOCON ONLINE AUCTION Wed, December 9, 2009 www.govocon.com

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. Holland, OH Phone: 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL Feb 8 –Feb. 16, 2010 36th Annual Kissimmee, FL Auction


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Texas…

WWADraws Bidders to El Paso for Heavy Equipment Auction (L-R): Eric Montandon, CEO; Keren Montandon, marketing; and Peter Prescott, international operations, all of World Wide Auctioneers, take a quick photo op before the auction gets started.

W

orld Wide Auctioneers (WWA) hosted a heavy equipment sale at its El Paso facility Nov. 24. The facility is located on 15101 Montana Ave. in El

Even with the unseasonably cold weather, the bidding is hot.

Paso. For more information, visit www.wwagroup.com.

Pier Sonez of Relichisa in Chihuahua, Mexico, said he is interested in this Cat 621 B water wagon.

Juan Blanco of Blanco Inc. in Brighton, Colo., gives this Volvo L90 wheel loader a careful examination.

Frank Klassen of F&H Buy & Sell in Seminole, Texas, said he intends to bid on this Cat 416D backhoe.

Terry Dickerson, Dickerson Machinery in San Antonio, came a long way to check out this Cat 980 wheel loader.

Tom Smith (L) and Adrian Ramirez of Tom Growney Equipment in El Paso, Texas, look over the equipment at the auction like this Bobcat 2200.

Oscar Navarro (L) of Navarro Auto Sales and Service in El Paso, Texas, helps Armando Bonilla of Auto & Truck Parts in Juarez, Mexico, to decide on this JCB 520 loader.

Leonard Brightly, LENCO in El Paso, Texas, said he wants to bid on this Cat 416D backhoe.

Brett Broyles, independent contractor in El Paso, Texas, stands with this Ross batch plant.

Lewis Campbell of B&R Line Construction in El Paso, Texas, takes a closer look at the SkyJack lift.


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www.ironplanet.com

Online Auctions. December 10 & 11

98 80 34

AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS

DOZERS

GRADERS

299

56

BACKHOES

174 118

EXCAVATORS

LOADERS

39 Aggregate

157

COMPACTORS

159 169

FORKLIFTS

SKID-STEERS

21 Scrapers

134 Attachments & Parts

32 Trucks – Off-Road

40 Cranes

Plus Many More

26 On-Road Trailers TRUCKS – ON-ROAD

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

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


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2 DAY UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Los Angeles

Auction Update

California

27

13 — WHEEL LOADERS

2007 CAT 980H

13 — HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS

3 OF 4– 2006 CASE CX290LC

2008 CAT 140M VHP

54 — TRUCK TRACTORS

2006 TEREX TR70

2– 2006 KENWORTH T800B WIDE NOSE HEAVY HAUL

December 17 & 18, 2009 (Thurs & Fri) 8:00 am Sale Site: 765 W. Rider St., Perris, CA 92571-3515 Fax: 951.940.9442

CALL FOR A FREE BROCHURE

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Place your bids over the Internet at rbauction.com. Submit proxy bids in advance of any auction, or place real-time bids through our live auction broadcasts. Click rbauctionBid on the Ritchie Bros. web site for details.

For equipment listings and photographs, visit our web site at rbauction.com Auction Company Bond #0470724. Auctioneers: Darrel D. Yoder Bond #0470734 & Eddie R. Graham Bond #0470726


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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D...............................................................................17

IROCK CRUSHERS .......................................................24

AEM WORLD OF ASPHALT 2010 .................................11

IRON PLANET................................................................49

ALLU GROUP.................................................................17

JOE MCELREATH CO INC..............................................9

BARGAINS .....................................................................43

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY................34

CASE CORP...................................................................32

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP .........................................31

CEG SCALE MODELS...................................................40

LBX .................................................................................26

CLASSIFIEDS............................................................42,43

LIEBHERR - AMERICA INC...........................................15

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NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ...................28

WWW.CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM ...25

P J DOOLING TIRE COMPANY ....................................14

POWER EQUIPMENT TESTIMONIAL ..................18

PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION .............................30

CEG WANTED........................................................45

RDO EQUIPMENT .........................................................10

FLORIDA 2010 AUCTION PROMO .......................46

REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY............................24

CROSS TIMBERS EQUIPMENT ...................................14

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

DITCH WITCH WEST ......................................................6

LOS ANGELES / AUCTION UPDATE....................50

DOM-EX..........................................................................52

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ...................................14

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER .....................................29

ROAD MACHINERY CO ..................................................7

DURATECH ....................................................................23

RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ............................................8

DYNAPAC .......................................................................35

SANDVIK MINING & CONSTRUCTION........................21

FCC EQUIPMENT FINANCIAL........................................5

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES .........................................41

FELLING TRAILERS ......................................................38

TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ......................................35

GEITH INC......................................................................22

U-SCREEN .....................................................................24

HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ...........................................3

VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS...........................2,13,36

HULLS 151 IMPLEMENT INC .......................................16

WORLDWIDE RENTAL SERVICES ................................8

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


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(972) 264-6700

CAT D9R

CAT D10T

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2006 Cat D10T 3250 Total Hours, EROPS, SU/Tilt Dozer, 4 Brrl M/S Ripper, Excellent U/C, Excellent Condition ................................................................................$$739,500 2006 Cat D10T 3251 Total Hours, A/C, SU/Twin Tilt Dozer, 4 Brrl M/S Ripper, Excellent U/C, Excellent Condition ..................................................................$$739,500 2002 CAT D9R 9,789 Total Hours, EROPS, A/C, Diff Steer, SU/Tilt, M/S Ripper, Excellent U/C, Very Good Condition................................................................$$279,500 2002 Cat D9R EROPS, A/C, U/Tilt Dozer, Winch, Poor U/C, Very Clean Dirt Machine, Good Condition, Service History ....................................................................$$149,500 2000 Cat D8R OROPS, SU/Tilt Dozer, 4 Brrl S/S Ripper, Excellent U/C, Very Good Condition ........................................................................................................$$149,500 1996 Cat D8R EROPS, A/C, SU/Tilt Dozer, M/S Riper, Good U/C, Good Cond............... ......................................................................................................................$$145,000 (2) 2006 Cat D6N XL 1736 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, PAT Blade, System One U/C, Excellent Condition ................................................................................ffrom $139,500 2004 Cat D6R XL II 8002 Total Hours, EROPS, A/C, SU/Tilt Dozer, M/S Ripper, Sweeps, Good U/C, Very Good Condition ......................................................$$109,500 2004 Cat D6R XL II 5987 Total Hours, EROPS, A/C, SU/Tilt Dozer, M/S Ripper, Sweeps, Very Good U/C, Very Good Condition ..............................................$$109,500 2005 Cat D6R XL II 5121 Total Hours, EROPS, A/C, SU/Tilt, Diff Steer, Engine Enclosures, Sweeps, M/S Ripper, Good U/C, Excellent Condition ..................$$119,500 1998 Cat D6R LGP OROPS, Sweeps, S/Tilt Dozer, New U/C ............................$$77,500

2003 Cat 16H EROPS, A/C, 16' Hyd, S/S Moldboard, Tip Control, Accumulators, , Circle Drive Sup Clutch, Push Block, Ripper, Diff Lock/Unlock, Good 23.5x25 Tires, Very Good Condition ..........................................................................................$$CALL 1999 Cat 140H EROPS, A/C, 14' Hyd, S/S Moldboard, Tip Control, Diff Lock/Unlock, Good 17.5x25 Tires, Very Good Condition ......................................................$$92,500

1999 Cat 777D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Muffler, AETA, Liners, Very Good 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition, Service History, "0" Hours on Exchange Engine, Radiator & Rebuilt Torque ................................................................$$545,000 1999 Cat 777D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Muffler, AETA, Liners, Good 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition, Service History ..................................$$439,500 1998 Cat 777D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Muffler, AETA, Liners, Good 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition, Service History ..................................$$419,500 1998 Cat 777D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Muffler, AETA, Liners, Good 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition, Service History ..................................$$419,500 1998 Cat 777D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Auto Lube, AETA, Muffler Diverter, Excellent 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition ..............................$$385,000 1995 Cat 777C EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, AETA, Wet Disc Front Brakes, Payload Monitor, Bed Liners, Very Good 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition, Service History, One Owner Since new ..............................................................$$CALL (2) 1997 Cat 775D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Muffler, Good 24:00R35 Tires, Good Condition, Service History ..........................................................$$159,500 (2) 2004 Cat 775E EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, AETA, Auto Lube, Good 24:00R35 Tires, Very Good Condition ............................................................$$309,500 2002 Cat 773D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, AETA, Auto Lube, Bed Liners, Very Good 24:0035 Tires, Good Condition, Dealer Maintained Since New, Full Service History ............................................................................................................$$189,500 1997 Cat 773D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Muffler, Good 24:00R35 Tires, Good Condition, Service History ....................................................................$$159,500 (2) 2004 Cat 773E EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, AETA, Auto Lube, Liners, Good 24:00R35 Tires, Very Good Condition ..................................................$$309,500 (2) 2004 Cat 769D EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, AETA, Very Good Tires, Very Good Condition ................................................................................$$259,500 Ea. 1995 Euclid R65 EROPS, Retarder, Cummins TA28C, Good 24:00R35 Tires, good condition ........................................................................................................$$139,500 (2) 2000 Komatsu 330M EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, Very Good 27:00R49 Tires, Very Good Condition ......................................................................$$159,500 Ea.

CRAWLER LOADERS 1999 Cat 953C EROPS, A/C, G/P Bkt, Excellent U/C, Very Good Condition......$$42,500 1994 Cat 953B EROPS, G/P Bkt, Poor U/C, Good Condition............................$$24,500 2004 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, G/P Bkt w/Teeth, Good U/C, Very Good Cond.....$$79,500

SCRAPERS 2004 Cat 623G EROPS, A/C, Power Train Guard, Good 33.25x29 Tires, Excellent Condition ........................................................................................................$$239,500 (2) 2000 Cat 627F EROPS, A/C, Push/Pull, Trans Guard, “0” Hrs on Rblt Hitch, Very Good Tires, Very Good Condition ..................................................$$169,500-$229,500

COMPACTORS 1997 Cat CP563C EROPS, A/C, Padfoot Drum, 2 Speed Propel, Good Tires, Good Condition, Service History ................................................................................$$34,500

LOADER BACKHOES 2005 Cat 420D OROPS, G/P Bkt w/BOCE, 24" B/H Bkt w/Teeth,Good Tires, Very Good Condition ..........................................................................................................$$26,500

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WATER EQUIPMENT 1988 Cat 621E EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Auto Lube Sys, 8,000 Gal Mega Tank, 4 Rear Spray Heads, Water Cannon ............................................................................$$69,500 (2) 1987/88 Cat 769C EROPS, A/C, Retarder, Supp Steering, MEGA 9,000 Gal Tank, 4 Rear & 2 Side Heads, Remote Cannon, Hose Reel, Good Tires, Very Good Condition .. ................................................................................................................$$129,500 Ea.

MECHANIC/SERVICE TRUCKS 2000 Ford F650, 38,914 Total Miles, 190hp Cat, 6 Speed Trans, A/C, Air Ride Drivers Seat, Auto Crane Body, 8,000# Crane, 30 CFM Compressor, Outriggers, Excellent Condition ..........................................................................................................$$47,500 2007 Peterbilt 335, 28,662 Total Miles, 330 hp Cat, Fuller 10 Spd, Air Ride Susp, 14’ IMT Dom II, 35-60 CFM Screw Compressor, 12,000# Radio Remote Crane, Hyd Outriggers, Light & Shelf Kit, Miller Welder, Alum Wheels & Tanks, Excellent Condition ..........................................................................................................$$99,500

EXCAVATORS / SHOVELS 2004 Hitachi ZX330LC A/C, 84" Stick, 3.3 cy G/P Bkt w/Teeth, 31.5" TBG Pads, Very Good U/C, Very Good Condition ......................................................................$$79,500 1999 Hitachi EX1100-3 A/C, 29'10" Boom, 11' Stick, G/P Bkt w/Teeth..........$$399,500 2004 John Deere 330CLC A/C, 10'6" Stick, Pin Grabber Linkage, G/P Bkt, Good U/C, Very Good Condition ........................................................................................$$89,500 2005 Komatsu PC300LC-7 A/C, 10'5" Stick, 54" Bkt w/Teeth, 31-1/2" TBG Pads, Very Good U/C, Excellent Condition..........................................................................$$99,500

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1999 Cat 988F II 15,182 Hours, EROPS, A/C, 35/65x33 Tires. Very Good Condition .. ......................................................................................................................$$159,500 (2) 2004 Cat 950G II EROPS, A/C, Quick Coupler, G/P Bkt w/BOCE, Forks, Good 23.5x25 Tires, Very Good Condition ..........................................................$$89,500 Ea.

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WELDERS (2) 2003 Lincoln Vantage 500 Duetz Power, Skid Mounted, Stick & Wire Capable, 500 Amp Duty Cycle, Very Good Condition..................................................$$8,250 Ea.

FORKLIFT 2008 Hyster H360HD, 36,000# Lift, Cab w/Heat, Side Shift, Fork Position, Weigh System, Cummins Power, 12:00-20 Solid Tires, Like New Condition ............$$119,500


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