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“The Nation’s Best Read Construction Newspaper… Founded 1957.” October 6, 2012 • Vol. VIII • No. 20 • 470 Maryland Drive • Ft. Washington, PA 19034 • 215/885-2900 • Toll Free 800-523-2200 • Fax 215/885-2910 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com

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Caltrans Midway Through $125M Shasta Lake Bridge Replacement, Six-Year Plan By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

GOMACO Paver Assists on Border Highway.. .35

Ferma Works Overnight on Golden Gat e...43

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), along with the Federal Highway Administration has awarded a contract for the Antlers Bridge Replacement Project to Tutor Perini of Sylmar, Calif., for $125 million, 43 percent below the engineer’s estimate. Construction on the 6 year project began mid-October 2009. The project is financed with federal and state transportation dollars through the State Highway Operation and Protection Program. This project replaces Antlers Bridge on Interstate 5 in Shasta County over the Sacramento River arm of Shasta Lake near the community of Lakehead. The new structure is a 1,942-ft. (592 m) long, 104-ft. (31.7 m) wide, five-span cast in place reinforced concrete segmental box girder bridge. It is see CALTRANS page 48

Photo courtesy of Caltrans

Fluctuating lake levels required crews to use bubble curtains and isolation casings in lieu of standard pile driving.

Improving Housing Markets List Grows to 99 Ritchie’s Paiz Jr. Dies at Age 55...58

Table of Contents ................4 Mini & Compact Equipment Section..........................17-31 Paving Section ............35-41

The number of improving housing markets across the country rose to 99 in September, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index (IMI), released Sept. 10. This is up from 80 metros that were listed as improving in August and includes representatives from 33

states as well as the District of Columbia. The index identifies metropolitan areas that have shown improvement from their respective troughs in housing permits, employment and house prices for at least six consecutive months. Markets added to the list in September include such geographically diverse locations as

Tucson, Ariz.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Springfield, Ill.; Greenville, N.C.; and Bend, Ore. “The number of improving housing markets grew by 19 in September as 68 metros retained their spots, 31 new metros were added and just 12 dropped off the list,” noted Barry Rutenberg, see HOUSING page 50

California Section ........43-45

Canada Firm Proposes New Pipeline Route

Auction Section ..........54-61

Josh Funk ASSOCIATED PRESS

Business Calendar ............60 Advertisers Index ..............62

OMAHA, Nebraska (AP) The company that wants to build a pipeline to transport crude oil

from Canada to U.S. Gulf Coast refineries said Sept. 5 it has revised its proposed new route through Nebraska to avoid environmentally sensitive areas. The latest proposed Keystone

XL pipeline route is TransCanada’s second attempt to satisfy state environmental regulators. The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality said in July that the initial revised route

crossed land that could erode easily and passed near unconfined aquifers that supply drinking water to residents and livestock. The new TransCanada propossee PIPELINE page 42


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"In Business for over 30 Years" www.hendrixmachineryllc.com 2008 Cat CS54, Stk# 8139, 84” Smooth Drum w/Pad Foot Shell Kit, 1726 Hrs, 18x26 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng ..........................................$82,500

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Tires ........................................................$3,850

2009 Cat D8T, Stk# 8117, EROPS, A/C, Semi U Blade w/Hyd. Tilt, 2,515 hrs., 80% U/C, Rear Ripper s/n TDD01421, 24" Pads, 11' 8" Height ... .............................................................$475,000

1980 Komatsu D65E-6, Stk# 8131, OROPS, Power Shift, Angle Blade, 6165 Hrs, 80% U/C, 24” Pads, Komatsu Eng, New Paint, 10’ Height, 13’ Blade ..............................................$22,500

2007 Komatsu PC200LC-8, Stk# 8133, EROPS, A/C, 5462 Hrs, 47” Bkt, 32” Pads, 10’6” Wide .. ..............................................................$86,500

2005 Harlo HP6500, Stk# 8058, Straight Mast, 2005 Cat D6R II LGP, Stk# 8047, EROPS, A/C, 6,500 lbs., 22 ft., 2WD, 2,512 hrs., 48" Forks, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, 7415 Hrs, 62" Frame, JD Eng., 19.5Lx24 Front Tires, 11Lx16 Rear Tires, wt. 13,410...............$19,500 95% U/C, w/Winch, 13’ Blade ............$129,500

2008 Komatsu PC200LC-8, Stk# 8134, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 5184 Hrs, 48” Bkt w/Manual Thumb, 32” Pads, 10’6” Wide ..............$86,500

2005 Terex TX66-22, Stk# 8166, OROPS, 6000 Lbs, 22’, 1726 Hrs, 70% Tires, 47” Forks, 47” Fram, Aux. Hyd, 16.0/70-20R-4 Tires, 4 Cyl Deutz Eng ........................................................$23,500

2006 Terex TH644C, Stk# 7931, EROPS A/C & Heat, 6,000 lbs., 44 ft., 4WD, 4WS, 3,155 hrs., 13x24 Foam Filled Tires, 48" Forks, 50" Frame, 4 Cyl. JD Eng.............................................$32,500

2005 Ingersoll Rand DD24, Stk# 7888, 49” Double Smooth Drum w/Water System, 950 Hrs, 2006 Multiquip MQ Power, Stk# 8151, 191 hrs., 4 Cyl. Kubota Eng...................................$21,500 175x80D13 Tires, 4 Cyl. Izusu Eng ..............$POR

2005 Sullair 185DPQJD, Stk# 8067, 125 PSI, 45KW, 2800 Eng. RPM, 67 Hrs, ST175/80D13 Tires, JD Eng, 2870 Lbs, Trailer Mounted $7,500

2005 Genie S60, Stk# 8191, OROPS, 60’, 4WD, 2585 Hrs, 355x55D625 Air Tires, 3 Cyl. Deutz Eng, 8’ Wide ..........................................$32,500

1995 Jeep Wrangler, Stk# 27, 132,772 Miles, 4WD, 4WD, 4Cyl, 4 Spd Trans, 31x10.50Rx15LT New Tires ................................................$5,500

2006 Harlo HP6500, Stk# 8057, Straight Mast, 6500 Lbs, 22’, 2WD, 2516 Hrs, 48” Forks, 62” Frame, 4 Cyl. JD Eng, 19.5Lx25 Front Tires, 11Lx16 Rear Tires, Wt. 13,410 ............$19,500

2004 Pettibone 8044, Stk# 8173, OROPS, 8000 2006 Ingersoll Rand XP375, Stk# 8055, 93 KW Lbs, 44’, 4WD, 5494 Hrs, 13.00x24 Air @ 2400 rpm, 65PSI, 4347 Hrs, 4966 Lbs, JD Eng, Tires@20%, 48” Forks, 73” Frame, 4 Cyl. ST225/75D15 Tires, Trailer Mounted ....$16,500 Cummins Eng. ......................................$22,500

2000 Cat 301.5, Stk# 7918, OROPS, 2778 Hrs, 16” Bkt, Aux. Hyd., 9” Rubber Tracks, 39” Blade, 3 Cyl. Cat Eng.........................................$13,500

2004 Takeuchi TB53FR, Stk# 8144, EROPS, A/C, 3,504 hrs., 12" Quick Connect Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 78" Blade, 16" Rubber Tracks ......$29,500

2008 Cat CS54, Stk# 8138, 84" Smooth Drum w/Padfoot Shell Kit, 1,978 hrs., 18x26 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng ............................................$85,500

2001 Komatsu D38P, Stk# 8163, OROPS, Sweeps, Rear & Side Screens, 6-Way Blade, 3201 Hrs, 16” Pads, 4 Cyl. Komatsu Eng, 8’10” Height, 9’3” Blade ................................$24,500

2006 John Deere 650J LT, Stk# 8181, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 6-Way Blade, 2077 Hrs, 75% U/C, 18” Pads, 8’9” Wide ..............................$67,500

2008 Case 420CT III, Stk# 7884, OROPS, 59 Hrs, 13” Rubber Tracks @ 70%, Aux Hyd, 4 Cyl Eng ........................................................$21,500

2010 Cat 246C, Stk# 8172, EROPS, A/C & Heat, High FLow, Aux. Hyd, 582 Hrs, 73” Bkt, 33x6x11 2005 John Deere 450J LT, Stk# 8086, OROPS, 6 2007 Cat D6R LGP III, Stk# 8102, EROPS, A/C, or 12x16.5 Solid Rubber Tires@10%, 4 Cyl. Cat Way Blade, 2546 Hrs., 16” Pads, 8’1” Wide ...... Sweeps, Rear Screen, St/Tilt Blade, 4905 Hrs, ..............................................................$34,500 85% U/C, Draw Bar ............................$139,500 Eng ........................................................$28,500

2006 Cat 287B, Stk# 8167, EROPS, 2316 Hrs, 73” Bkt, 18” Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng ........................................................$26,500

2007 Cat 247B, Stk# 8171, OROPS, 2115 Hrs, 70” Bkt, 15” Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. Perkins Eng, Aux Hyd ................................................$26,500

1999 John Deere 310E, Stk# 8109, OROPS, 2WD, 3,592 hrs., 12" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 2 Stick Controls, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires, 11Lx16 Front Tires ......................................................$18,500

2008 Broce CR350, Stk# 8160, EROPS, A/C, 1,367 hrs., 8 ft. Wide Broom w/Water Tank, with 7' 6" Front Blade, 4 Way Blade, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng., 225x75Rx16 Tires, 8' 5" Height ............$29,500

2008 Cat 416E, Stk# 8198, 4WD, OROPS ........ ..............................................................$48,500

1998 Komatsu WA120-1L, Stk# 8110, OROPS, 2164 Hrs, 92” Bucket, 10’3” Height w/o Exhaust Pipe, 4 Cyl. Komatsu Eng., L-3.17.5x25 Tires .... ..............................................................$21,500

2004 JLG G6-42A, Stk# 7883, 6,000 lbs., 42 ft., 2006 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 8137, EROPS, 4WD, 4WS, 3,229 hrs., 13.00x24 Foam Filled Tires A/C, FM Stereo, Forestry Package, 6-Way Blade, @ 95%, Aux. Hyd., 48" Forks, 50" Fram, 4 Cyl. JD 4725 Hrs, 10’9” Blade ..........................$69,500 Eng., 21,600 lbs ........................................$31,500

2009 Cat D6K LGP, Stk# 8097, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 6-Way Blade, 3758 Hrs, 80% U/C, 30” Pads, 10’ Height, 11’ Wide..................$109,500

2004 John Deere 310G, Stk# 8084, EROPS, A/C, 4WD, 2916 Hrs., 24” Bucket, Quick Connect Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 2 Stick Controls, 12x16.5 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires ..........$36,500


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HOLT CAT NAMES NEW PETROLEUM PRODUCT SUPPORT SALES MANAGER

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AGC: OFF-ROAD DIESEL EMISSIONS RULES TO SAVE CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES $9 BILLION

Association officials outlined the changes and their potential impacts during a federal hearing Sept. 20 on whether California can start enforcing the revised measure in 2014.

SOUTH TEXAS TOWN HOLDS OUT HOPE BRIDGE WILL PAY OFF

With room for eight lanes to carry traffic to and from Mexico, the Donna International Bridge could easily handle thousands of cars and heavy trucks daily, pouring toll money into city coffers.

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GOMACO ASSISTS J.D. ABRAMS ON BORDER HIGHWAY JOB

At the end of last year, J.D. Abrams decided it was time to add another machine to its inventory.

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In just 57 short hours, Ferma Corporation rolled out its fleet, nearly 40 powerful pieces strong, and reduced to dust and rubble the creaky and aging southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, known locally as Doyle Drive.

JOHNNY PAIZ JR. PASSES AWAY, 55

Mr. Paiz was employed by Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers selling industrial equipment worldwide.

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2007 Hitachi ZX200LC, Hyd. Thumb, Quick Coupler, 2200 Hrs ....$105,000

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AGC: Off-Road Diesel Emissions Rules to Save Construction Employees $9 Billion A series of changes California officials made to their offroad diesel emissions rule, made to correct the significant errors in the measure discovered by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), will save construction employers as much as $9 billion, according to the AGC. Association officials outlined the changes and their potential impacts during a federal hearing Sept. 20 on whether California can start enforcing the revised measure in 2014. “Once we pointed out their initial errors, California officials made a good faith effort to modify their proposal to protect both the environment and the construction industry,” said Mike Kennedy, the association’s general counsel. “While we are not prepared to support California’s request [for federal approval], we do believe the state’s request can be fairly submitted.” When the California Air Resources Board first proposed its off-road diesel emissions rule in 2007, the construction industry estimated the measure would cost employers $13 billion, Kennedy said. However, the AGC identified that the original proposal overestimated the emissions from off-road diesel construction equipment by at least 340 percent. After the association disclosed the significant flaws in the

original off-road rule, state officials made a number of major modifications to the measure. The board agreed to delay the rule by almost four years, dramatically reducing the amount of construction equipment they would require firms to replace each year and agreed to expand “early action” credits that contractors could earn and expanded exemptions for “low-use” vehicles. As a result of the changes, California officials estimated the revised rule will cost 70 percent less than the original version, Kennedy said. If the state’s estimate is accurate, then California’s contractors can expect to save as much as $9 billion, he added. He cautioned that even with the significant changes, the measure still comes at a bad time for hardhit construction employers. He cited evidence, for example, that contractor defaults will be higher in 2012 than in any of the previous three years. Kennedy outlined the changes to the measure during testimony to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The agency is considering California’s request for permission to begin enforcing the emissions standards starting Jan. 1, 2014.


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John Deere 850J Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale $50

John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale $45

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South Texas Town Holds Out Hope Bridge Will Pay Off By John MacCormack SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS

DONNA, Texas (AP) With room for eight lanes to carry traffic to and from Mexico, the Donna International Bridge could easily handle thousands of cars and heavy trucks daily, pouring toll money into city coffers. But instead of the bustle and congestion of a typical South Texas border crossing, an orderly calm prevails here. At times, the afternoon traffic is so light that the single, bored toll collector has time to chat between arriving cars. With its second anniversary approaching, the bridge is still losing thousands of dollars a day, and the multifaceted $900 million development complex planned for 1,000 acres on the U.S. side exists only in colorful, two-dimensional depictions. This wasn’t what folks had in mind when they borrowed $30 million to build a bridge across the Rio Grande. Instead of growth and money, so far it’s only brought Donna the highest tax rate in Hidalgo County. “It’s like having a kid in college, in his freshman year. We’re still paying for the books and all the expenses,” said City Manager Oscar Ramirez, who said city taxpayers are underwriting about $7,400 in bridge debt and operating costs each day. “We have been working with factors beyond our control, but we are being responsible parents,” added Ramirez, who believes that, like a college graduate, the bridge will become an economic driver and revenue producer. Set amid cane fields about 10 miles east of the prosperous Pharr International Bridge, the Donna Bridge provides an example of the risks, political complexities and financial uncertainties of tackling such an ambitious project. For starters, no one anticipated that drug cartel violence would turn northern Mexico into a no-man’s land about the time the bridge was completed, dramatically reducing crossings. For Donna, a working-class community of only 16,500, there was little room for error. “We’re a small community, less than 10 square miles,” said Mayor David Simmons. “Our largest employer is the school district. The second largest is the city. So that tells you what we have right there.” The mayor, who inherited the project, said

Jesse Medina, director of the Pharr Bridge, bridge opened, to some extent, it is a victim who doesn’t expect competition for at least of unforeseeable circumstances. When the project was being planned a five years. And by the time that happens, he said, Pharr will be fine, in part because of few years ago, no one predicted that the vioanticipated increases in shipping of Mexican lence in Mexico would cut private vehicle crossings on some Valley bridges in half, produce. “We can lose half our traffic and with Rio Bravo, the city just across the Rio still do very well financially. And Grande from Donna, becoming the scene of we’re not just sitting on our seats. shootouts, kidnappings and assassinations. Also unforeseen was the current scarcity We’re marketing the area for the perishables that can be exported to the of federal money needed for staff and United States on a fast-track basis,” inspection stations. As the mayor and others have noted, the he said. Late last month, the Valley’s bridge traffic and revenue forecasts made by operators met for two days in Donna’s various bridge consultants proved Brownsville with state and federal to be optimistic, as did the expectation that transportation officials, as well as Donna would quickly handle heavy trucks. “The Donna Bridge is not a bad idea. It’s their Mexican counterparts, to work a great idea. The problem is they opened on a Border Master Plan. The bi-national effort is intended to when people were not going to Mexico. The coordinate and prioritize border infra- bottom had fallen out,” said Medina, director structure development. Each bridge of the Pharr Bridge. “And, they were expecting commercial Mayor David Simmons operator came with specific wants traffic and I think they were taken advantage and needs, most of them dependent Donna, Texas of there. They paid a lot of money for bad on federal money and staffing. information, for pie in the sky,” he said. The master plan for the Rio Grande Competition among the bridge interests in Valley, including a ranking of proj- the McAllen area is polite but intense, with trucks, the only revenue comes from the ects, will be published sometime late next each group having its own lobbyists and 1,200 cars that cross daily. City officials say spring, and will serve as a guide to federal own agendas. And none are above mildly 500 southbound trucks a day would put the agencies responsible for manning the inter- disparaging the others to an inquiring national bridges and other ports of entry. bridge in the black. reporter. “The idea is to bring federal, state and “The city will recover after a while. We’re McAllen City Manager Michael Perez, really fighting to get that empty truck traffic. local agencies together and come up with a whose city owns about half the Anzalduas Eventually we want the full truck traffic. list of prioritized projects, so scarce federal Bridge, said it’s the obvious choice for That’s where the money is to be increased commercial traffic because made, commercial traffic,” the it sits between a large maquiladora mayor said complex in Reynosa and a foreign The city is even willing to pay for trade zone on the U.S. side. an inspection station so federal “Hopefully, you’ll let market forces dictate what happens. And if agents can process empty trucks, he you were on the west side of said. “But will the federal governReynosa, what would cause you to ment man this facility? We don’t drive to Donna or Pharr to cross?” he know.” asked. The Donna Bridge is the newest “It makes a lot of business sense, of 11 spans that cross the Rio Grande but we can’t seem to convince the between Brownsville and Roma. people in Washington on the political Together they record about 120,000 side,” he said. truck crossings and 1.8 million car In Donna, city leaders are sticking crossings each month, and in some with their plan to steadily expand places compete with each other. bridge services, and say someday the For example, operators of both the city will have truck traffic and reap Jesse Medina Donna Bridge and Anzalduas the financial rewards. Until then, the Director of the Pharr Bridge Bridge, which opened in 2009 near bridge will have to be subsidized. Mission, are eager to carry heavy “We’re not looking for vindicatruck traffic, something that hinges tion. We’re professionals. We have a on federal approval. vision, and we’re trying to make the wisest The operators of the Pharr Bridge, 10 mi. resources can be assigned appropriately,” decisions to get ourselves there,” said upstream, which has a monopoly on com- said Jolanda Prozzi, an analyst with Texas Ramirez, the city manager. mercial traffic in this part of the Valley, are in Transportation Institute who is working on “If we didn’t have the bridge, we’d still be no rush to share their bonanza of 40,000 pay- the plan. a sleepy town trying to bring in big business. While Donna has heard plenty of sharp A port of entry gives us an advantage other ing trucks a month. “We’re far from being at capacity,” said criticism and second-guessing since its cities don’t have.” car traffic has slowly increased since the bridge opened in December 2010 and jumps each time operating hours are extended. At most Valley bridges, southbound trucks pay $20 and cars $3 to cross. But since the Donna Bridge does not carry

“The city will recover after a while. We’re really fighting to get that empty truck traffic. Eventually we want the full truck traffic. That’s where the money is to be made, commercial traffic.”

“The Donna Bridge is not a bad idea. It’s a great idea. The problem is they opened when people were not going to Mexico. The bottom had fallen out.”


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Extendable Arms for Bobcat E42, E45, E55 Add Versatility

The new Bobcat extendable arm provides operators ultimate reach where and when it’s needed, without having to upsize the machine.

Bobcat Company has added more versatility to three machines with a new extendable arm option for the M-Series E42, E45 and E55 compact excavators. The extendable arm is a telescoping arm that provides the best of both worlds — power and reach — and will appeal to customers working in space-restricted areas, allowing them more flexibility to clean out trenches and to place soil further away from an excavation, according to the manufacturer. Bobcat E42 and E45 excavators with the extendable-arm option feature a 24-in. (61 cm) range of motion with maximum dig depths of 12 ft. 6 in. and 12 ft. 10 in. (3.8 and 3.9 m), respectively. The extendable-arm option includes an additional counterweight. The Bobcat E55 excavator with extendable-arm option has a 30-in.

(76 cm) range of motion and a maximum dig depth of 14 ft. 7 in. (4.4 m); approximately 22 in. (55.9 cm) more dig depth than an E55 with the standard arm configuration. Ultimate Performance The new Bobcat extendable arm provides operators ultimate reach where and when it’s needed, without having to upsize the machine. The arm can be hydraulically extended and retracted as the need arises. When retracted, the arm delivers similar arm force (tear-out force) as a standard arm. When extended, an operator can reach back into a trench to clean out material or dump spoil farther away during excavation. Another appealing application for the extendable arm is truck loading. The extendable arm allows the

operator to reach to the front or to the far side of a truck to effectively fill the load. Attachment Convenience The Bobcat clamp-ready extendable arm is designed to provide compatibility with the clamp attachment and the Hydraulic XChange mounting system. With this feature, the extendable arm maintains the versatility of operating multiple attachments. A unique retention pin holds the arm in the retracted position, allowing use of up to 16 different attachments. This clamp capability is a perfect solution for contractors wanting to pick up and place material such as rocks, landscaping materials and debris in site preparation applications, according to the manufacturer. Functionally, the machine’s pri-

mary auxiliary hydraulics activate the extendable arm’s extend/retract motion. The clamp, when optioned with an extendable arm, also includes second auxiliary hydraulics. Control of the extendable arm’s clamp attachment is then controlled by the machine’s secondary auxiliaries. Fingertip Operation The extendable arm cylinder is operated through a rocker style thumb switch located on the joystick. This allows for fast and simple movements for extending and retracting the arm. Less Repositioning Required The extendable arm’s benefits are appealing to those in utility, municipalities and site prepara-

tion because it offers the compactness of a standard arm machine with the ability to extend when needed. Working in tight spaces and on concrete and established turf is possible without repositioning the machine. This equals valuable time saved and less re-work required. In the case of digging utility trenches, the extendable arm ensures a long enough reach to move spoil away from the trench and out of the way, as well as reducing the risk of the trench falling back into itself because of the weight of the nearby spoil. At full extension, the overall length of the arm also simplifies the task of creating flat-bottom trenches for water and sewer utility installations. For more information, visit www.bobcat.com.


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Case Adds Larger Engines, Tier IV Upgrades to Alpha Skid Steer Models Case Construction Equipment recently upgraded its largest Alpha Series skid steers and compact track loaders, which now meet emission requirements for Tier IV Interim certification. The Case SR250 and SV300 skid steers and TR320 and TV380 compact track loaders now feature 90 hp (67 kW), 3.4 L Case diesel engines with the full high-pressure common rail (HPCR) design typically used in larger construction equipment. To meet Tier IV Interim emission requirements, Case equipped the models with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology, including diesel particulate filter and diesel oxidizing catalyst. Case selected CEGR technology as most appropriate for skid steers and compact track loader applications, where the engine typically runs at a high RPM. Rated operating capacities are 2,500 lb. (1,135 kg) for the SR250; 3,000 lb. (1,361 kg) for the SV300; 3,200 lb. (1,451 kg) in the TR320, and 3,800 lb. (1,723 kg) for the TV380. The Case 3.4 L engine in the upgraded Alpha Series skid steers and compact track loaders features a new piston design — specifically engineered for use in high pressure common rail (HPCR) fuel systems — that promotes thorough combustion, optimizes power and fuel efficiency. The electronic engine controls monitor EGR sensors and other inputs to determine diesel particulate filter (DPF) system regeneration needs. Dozer-Style Undercarriage As in previous Case models, the upgraded Case TR320 and TV380 compact track loaders feature a dozerstyle undercarriage, engineered to hold fast on steep slopes and take command of muddy or sandy terrain. The undercarriage has a rigid track frame with fewer moving parts, so it is more durable and easier to maintain than suspension track systems, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.casece.com.

The upgraded Case TR320 and TV380 compact track loaders feature a dozer-style undercarriage, engineered to hold fast on steep slopes and take command of muddy or sandy terrain.

The Case SR250 and SV300 skid steers and TR320 and TV380 compact track loaders now feature 90 hp (67 kW), 3.4 L Case diesel engines with the full high-pressure common rail (HPCR) design typically used in larger construction equipment.


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Tramac by Montabert Debuts Four New Plate Compactor/Driver Models Tramac by Montabert released four new plate compactor/driver models to expand the Tramac product line and make compact soils trenches, seawalls, slopes and foundations a quick, safe and efficient process. Featuring a flat top mount design, the Tramac plate compactors can easily be mounted to different carriers up to 100,000 lbs. The flattop design allows a bracket cap to be added to the attachment based on the specific machine being used. Four outboard shock mounts distribute vibrations evenly while keeping the attachment level, improving compaction efficiency and extending component life. A standard flow control valve and pressure relieve valve prevent over-speeding, which can lead to poor compaction and reduce bearing life. Applications for the plate compactor attachments include compacting trenches, gravel or asphalt; footings slab areas and slopes. The plate compactor also is very efficient for seawalls, sheet pile and posts driving. An excavator-mounted plate compactor attachment provides more powerful compaction force than handoperated compactors and reduces the need for workers Featuring a flat top mount design, the Tramac plate compactors can easily be in the trench. The plate com- mounted to different carriers up to 100,000 lbs. pactor operating system combines maximum eccentric weight with the exact propor- dynamic force is 3,400 lbs. and the compaction frequency is tions of amplitude and vibration frequency necessary to gen- 2,100 vibrations per minute (vpm). The PCT64 is approved for carrier weight ranging from erate the most effective centrifugal force, according to the 9,920 to 33,070 lbs. (4,500 to 15,000 kg). The attachment’s manufacturer. Stephane Giroudon, brand manager stated, “We are very dynamic force is 6,400 lbs. and the compaction frequency is excited about the release of the new Tramac by Montabert 2,000 vibrations per minute (vpm). The PCT114 is approved for carrier weight ranging from compactor line. This is a completely new and innovative design that includes a flow control and a pressure relieve 15,870 to 55,115 lbs. (7,198 to 25,000 kg). The attachment’s valve. It does not require a case drain for an easy installation dynamic force is 11,350 lbs. and the compaction frequency on any excavators and backhoe loaders. The addition lends is 2,000 vibrations per minute (vpm). The PCT220 is approved for carrier weight ranging from us the opportunity to display our company’s capabilities, to yet again, marry innovation and design while simultaneous- 54,000 to 143,300 lbs. (25,000 to 65,000 kg). The attachly upholding the legacy of delivering a reliable and quality ment’s dynamic force is 22,000 lbs. and the compaction frequency is 2,100 vibrations per minute (vpm). product to our extensive network of dealers.” For more information, visit The PCT 34 is approved for carrier weight ranging from 5,512 to 14,330 lbs. (2,500 to 6,500 kg). The attachment’s www.tramacbymontabert.com.

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Bacon-Universal Company, Inc. www.baconuniversal.com HI Hilo 808-935-8595 • 800-352-3508 Honolulu 808-839-7202 • 800-352-3508 Kailua-Kona 808-326-1212 • 800-352-3508 Kauai (Lihue) 808-245-8472 • 800-352-3508 Wailuku Maui 808-244-9158 • 800-352-3508

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Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. www.kirby-smith.com OK Oklahoma City 405-495-7820 • 800-375-3339 Tulsa 918-438-1700 • 800-375-3733 TX Abilene 325-692-6334 • 877-577-5729 Amarillo 806-373-2826 • 800-283-1247 Dallas 214-371-7777 • 800-753-1247 Ft. Worth 817-378-0600 • 877-851-9977 Lubbock 806-745-2112 • 866-289-6087 Odessa 432-333-7000 • 877-794-1800

Power Motive Corporation www.powermotivecorp.com CO Colorado Springs 719-576-5541 Denver 303-355-5900 Durango 970-259-0455 • 970-259-0456 Grand Junction 970-241-1550 Milliken 970-587-1188

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Komatsu Equipment Co. www.komatsueq.com NV Elko 775-753-7561 North Las Vegas 702-399-1004 Reno 775-356-1334 UT St. George 435-986-1000 Salt Lake City 801-972-3660 • 1-877-Komatsu WY Gillette 307-682-1445 Rock Springs 307-686-1300

Modern Machinery, Inc. www.modernmachinery.com ID Boise 208-336-8570 • 800-221-5211 Pocatello 208-233-5345 • 800-829-4450 MT Billings 406-252-2158 • 800-735-2589 Kalispell 406-755-5540 • 800-434-4190 Missoula 406-523-1100 • 800-332-1617 OR Eugene 541-688-7321 • 800-826-9811 Portland 971-222-1710 • 800-950-7779 WA Kent 253-872-3500 • 800-669-2425 Rochester 360-273-4284 • 800-304-4421 Spokane 509-353-1654 • 800-541-0754

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Road Machinery, LLC www.roadmachinery.com AZ Gilbert 480-545-2400 Phoenix 602-252-7121 Prescott 928-778.5621 Tucson 520-623-8681 • 800-989-8681 CA Bakersfield 661-695-4830 Fremont 510-659-1903 Perris 909-355-3600 Redding 530-229-3820 Sacramento 916-375-3540 TX El Paso 915-872-1001 NM Albuquerque 505-345-8383 Farmington 505-324-8601

Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc. www.wpi.com TX Beaumont 409-721-5305 Buffalo 903-322-7150 Corpus Christi 361-884-8275 Edinburg 956-386-0107 Houston 713-723-1050 Kilgore 903-984-2011 Pflugerville 512-251-0013 Port Arthur 409-721-5305 San Antonio 210-648-4444 Tomball 281-351-9016

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CASE AUTHORIZED DEALERS ALASKA

IDAHO

Yukon Equipment Company

Burks Tractor Company

Anchorage Fairbanks Wasilla

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Bingham Equipment Casa Grande Parker Yuma

(520) 836-8700 (928) 669-9271 (928) 726-4701

Falcon Power Flagstaff Phoenix

(928) 526-5991 (602) 269-3221

Tucson Tractor Company Tucson

Pioneer Equipment Company Idaho Falls

ARIZONA

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MONTANA Titan Machinery Billings Bozeman East Helena Great Falls Missoula

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UTAH

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Compact Wheel Loaders Designed for Big Power

(325) 698-2726 (806) 553-7777 (254) 613-1500 (806) 745-2000 (512) 272-8922 (325) 655-5666 (210) 333-8000

Cedar City Logan Salt Lake City Spanish Fork

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Maw Equipment Ogden

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Construction Agricultural Supply

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

(281) 331-1521 (409) 212-8100 (979) 836-6641 (979) 779-8942 (817) 283-2844 (940) 665-4314 (281) 987-1990 (713) 649-0940 (903) 753-4481 (903) 893-7586 (903) 593-0201

Nueces Power Equipment Corpus Christi Edinburg Laredo San Benito Victoria Vinton

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

Auburn Marysville

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

Central Machinery Sales Moses Lake Pasco Sunnyside

(509) 765-1257 (509) 547-8920 (509) 837-3833

WYOMING Century Equipment Company Rock Springs

(307) 382-6570

Titan Machinery Casper Cheyenne Gillette

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

Permian Tractor Sales Odessa

(432) 367-8628

The L45G and L50G feature the latest emissions-compliant engines and TP Linkage, ensuring high breakout force and parallel movement throughout the entire lifting range.

They may be at the smaller end of the Volvo Construction Equipment wheel loader range, but even with their compact design, the new L45G and L50G are big when it comes to application potential. With the flexibility to work in a wide range of job sites, these machines are fitted with a hydraulic attachment bracket for quick tool changeovers. The L45G and L50G feature the latest emissions-compliant engines and TP Linkage, ensuring high breakout force and parallel movement throughout the entire lifting range. This combination gives high tiltback torque and lifting power, increasing productivity when loading or rehandling. The progressive lift helps retain loose bucket material and minimizes disturbing the load when lifting pallets. The breakout torque also is useful if a log grapple is fitted, giving complete load control in all positions. The combination of stable load and highreach linkage design allows for dumping into high-sided trucks, according to the manufacturer. The L45G and L50G feature the modern stylistic redesign of the G-Series range.

Smaller in size than many other machines, these models’ compact dimensions come from the shorter frame as a result of the transversely mounted engine. This combination allows high maneuverability in restricted work areas. Higher Torque With Lower Emissions These new machines meet the requirements of the Tier IV interim (Tier IVi) emissions legislation. The L45G and L50G are fitted with the Volvo D4 four-cylinder turbocharged off-highway diesel engine, which features cooled gas recirculation and a particulate filter with active regeneration. The diesel particulate filter (DPF) temporarily holds the particulate matter and then incinerates it, further reducing emissions. This process is conducted without any loss of performance during operation. Producing between 98 to 114 hp (73 to 85 kW) the D4 engine also leads the industry in terms of fuel efficiency, reliability and quietness, according to the manufacturer. The production of torque and power at see VOLVO page 28


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JCB’s New 8055 RTS Adds More Power, Maneuverability Due to a number of recent enhancements, JCB’s 8055 RTS mini-excavator now combines even more power and maneuverability into one compact package. The 8055 RTS weighs in at 12,125 lbs. (5,500 kg), improving its lift capacity up to 10 percent and enabling operators to complete jobs in less time. A new 44.4 hp (33 kW) Perkins engine decreases fuel consumption up to 10 percent, reducing operating costs. In addition to the 8055’s standard 75 in. (190.5 cm) dipper and optional 59 in. (150 cm) dipper, a third dipper — the 68 in. (173 cm) — is now available. This new dipper increases the machine’s stability when using tilting buckets and quick hitches, according to the manufacturer. The 8055 RTS continues to offer impressive break-out forces and high lev-

els of tractive effort and tracking speeds. A dump height of 13 ft. 6 in. (4 m) and dig depth of 12 ft. 4 in. (3.7 m) make the 8055 RTS more versatile on the job site. Single-acting auxiliary pipework to the dipper powers breaker attachments, while optional double-acting pipework lets users switch between single and double. Straight-line tracking gives precise control when positioning the excavator next to obstacles or during loading and unloading, but also allows safe travel without veering off when a service is operated. For more information, call 912/447-2000 or visit www.jcbna.com.

The 8055 RTS weighs in at 12,125 lbs. (5,500 kg), improving its lift capacity up to 10 percent and enabling operators to complete jobs in less time.

Volvo Calls D4 Engine Fuel Efficient, Reliable, Quiet VOLVO from page 27

low engine speeds, combined with loadsensing hydraulics, promotes work at a lower rpm — extending engine life, lowering fuel use and reducing noise. The engine cooling fan allows the engine to reach optimum working temperature faster and operates only when needed. The fan also is reversible, automatically blowing air back through the cooling pack in order to remove debris drawn into the radiator. Engine and Drivetrain — Better Together The engine drivetrain, axles, hydraulics and lifting systems are all designed for improved productivity, higher rim pull, lower emissions, greater smoothness, serviceability, and operator comfort. Both the L45G and L50G come with an infinitely variable hydrostatic transmission. Maximum rim pull is available at all speeds, regardless of travel direction. For work in wet and/or heavy conditions, 100 percent differential locks in the heavyduty axles allow all wheels to turn simultaneously. The rear axle is allowed to oscillate, increasing stability of the machine by maintaining ground contact and providing opti-

mum traction in difficult terrain. Load-sensing hydraulics deliver power to hydraulic functions only when needed, eliminating unnecessary oil pumping. Maintaining the optimum balance between lifting and traction forces allows effective bucket penetration when digging or pushing into a pile. The smooth and precise pilotoperated hydraulics enable the operator to comfortably control the attachment — resulting in higher productivity and comfort. High Productivity With Low Stress The latest generation Volvo cab is fitted to the L45G and L50G. ROPS/FOPS approved, visibility to the rear of the machine, to the bucket edge, and to the centrally located instrumentation is excellent. Mounted on viscous dampers, operators are isolated from vibration and excessive noise, reducing fatigue levels. Operators can breathe easily, due to efficient air-management and filtering systems — and take on the job in a comfortable, clean work environment. Depending on preference, operators can choose between joystick and multi-lever hydraulic pilot control — both providing precise and steady load. To encourage operators to work smoothly an eco pedal applies an appropri-

ate amount of mechanical back-pressure, encouraging low fuel consumption operating techniques. Fuel use also is reduced, due to a loadsensing steering system that only activates when the wheel is turned. An inch brake pedal allows further machine control. Applying light pressure on the pedal slows the machine using the hydraulic transmission only, while firmer pressure engages the axle brakes, which can be useful if working on an incline. Getting Attached to the L45G and L50G Flexibility is a key feature of these two wheel loaders and it’s enhanced by an attachment bracket that enables quick tool changes. ISO standardized, the bracket allows the operator to clearly see the attachment points from the cab, and the variety of Volvo attachments available is extensive. All are designed and approved by Volvo to work in harmony with the machines’ link-arm geometry, breakout, rim pull, and lifting forces. Tools include buckets, pallet forks, grapples, etc. Servicing and Support The G-Series comes with advanced elec-

tronic monitoring diagnostics that are designed to prolong machine life, enhance uptime and maximize productivity. Contronics monitors functions in real time and alerts the operator if problems occur. MATRIS charts and analyzes data on machine handling and operation. VCADS Pro is a service tool that allows easy troubleshooting. The CareTrack telematics system from Volvo Construction Equipment enables operators and owners to know exact machine location and all operating data to be securely viewed via the Internet; providing all the information needed to make quick business decisions on operation, maintenance and repairs. Servicing is made easy with the G-Series, with daily pre-start items quickly checked and scheduled service items conveniently grouped together. The engine cover also provides good ventilation of the engine compartment. It gives quick access for easy cleaning or servicing duties. And consumables, such as filters, are easy to reach and easy to replace. The rear axles are supported on maintenance-free cradles and include greased-for-life bearings and bushings that reduce service requirements. For more information, call 828/650-2000 or visit ww.volvo.com.


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CLM Equipment Co., Inc.

Ditch Witch of East Texas

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Baytown/Houston, TX 281/385-6633 Fax: 281/385-7106

Broussard/Lafayette, LA 337/837-6693 Fax: 337/837-2384

Sulphur/Lake Charles, LA 281/625-5942

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Trenching—The Way It Should Be. You may have noticed something different about our most recent trencher models. Our new walk-behinds— the compact RT10, RT12 and RT24—offer a choice of high-flotation tires or heavy-duty oscillating tracks, both of which provide outstanding stability and traction. And the mighty RT115 Quad’s innovative chevron track pattern provides maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. With every Ditch Witch® trencher you can count on the hardest-working, longest-lasting machine in its class—that will never change. See your dealer for more information, or visit ditchwitch.com.

ditchwitch.com RT12

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Ditch Witch of New Mexico, Inc. Ditch of Houston Albuquerque, NM Witch | 505-345-1888

Ditch Witch of Tulsa

Ditch Witch of Arizona

Houston, TX | 713-462-8866

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Ditch Witch of Phoenix, AZArkansas | 602-437-0351 Benton, AR | 501-316-3200

Fort Worth, TX | 817-429-4824

Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Witch Equipment Company, Inc. Hewitt, TX | 254-666-3344 Hewitt, TX | 254-666-3344

Ditch Witch of East Texas Ditch Witch of East Texas Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226 Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Ditch Witch of Tulsa Springdale, AR | 479-419-9771 Tulsa, OK | 918-438-1560

Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona Ditch Witch of Arizona Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261 Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351

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Ditch Witch of Houston Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona TX | 713-462-8866 Tucson, Houston, AZ | 520-579-0261

RT115 QUAD ©2010 The Charles Machine Works, Inc.


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Trenching—The Way It Should Be. You may have noticed something different about our most recent trencher models. Our new walk-behinds— the compact RT10, RT12 and RT24—offer a choice of high-flotation tires or heavy-duty oscillating tracks, both of which provide outstanding stability and traction. And the mighty RT115 Quad’s innovative chevron track pattern provides maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. With every Ditch Witch® trencher you can count on the hardest-working, longest-lasting machine in its class—that will never change. See your dealer for more information, or visit ditchwitch.com.

ditchwitch.com RT12

RT10

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Ditch Witch of New Mexico, Inc. Ditch of Houston Albuquerque, NM Witch | 505-345-1888

Ditch Witch of Tulsa

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Ditch Witch of Phoenix, AZArkansas | 602-437-0351 Benton, AR | 501-316-3200

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Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Witch Equipment Company, Inc. Hewitt, TX | 254-666-3344 Hewitt, TX | 254-666-3344

Ditch Witch of East Texas Ditch Witch of East Texas Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226 Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Ditch Witch of Tulsa Springdale, AR | 479-419-9771 Tulsa, OK | 918-438-1560

Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona Ditch Witch of Arizona Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261 Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351

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Ditch Witch of Houston Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona TX | 713-462-8866 Tucson, Houston, AZ | 520-579-0261

RT115 QUAD ©2010 The Charles Machine Works, Inc.


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Wright Express Releases Monthly Construction FCI Results Wright Express Corporation, a leading global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions, in collaboration with IHS a leading global source of information and analytics, Aug. 23 released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated an increase of 1.4 percent in July versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. “The results of the July 2012 Fuel Consumption Index indicate flat growth in the construction industry despite consistent year-over-year growth,” said Rick Pomerleau, vice president, corporate development at Wright Express. “The construction industry hit a speed bump in June, showing the industry is still on a slow path to recovery.” Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including more than 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and 45,000

The Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index indicated an increase of 1.4 percent in July versus its level the previous year. vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly, quarterly and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced using the yearover-year percent change of the monthly data. For July 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies increased by 1.4 percent versus July 2011 and increased by 0.2 percent versus the previous month. The Wright Express Construction FCI, which is available monthly in advance of the U.S. Census Bureau figures on construction

spending, is available at http://www.wrightexpress.com/fci. Last month’s Wright Express Construction FCI diverged from the increased construction spending levels evident in most of the government’s subsequent construction data releases. Construction spending excluding improvements — a good measure of activity — expanded by 0.7 percent in June. Private residential construction increased by 3.1 percent, again reflecting the year’s uptick in single-family housing starts. The decrease in June was reflected in housing permits, which decreased 3.7 percent in June to an annual rate of 755,000 due to a sharp drop in multi-family permits in the South. Total construction put-in-place increased by 0.4 percent in June.

IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, the continued flat growth for the Wright Express Construction FCI in July, and with the additional loss in June, indicates a delayed recovery for the construction industry. New home sales fell 8.4 percent in June; however, the loss should not be considered significant due to an anomalous sales plunge in the northeast. Despite the uncharacteristic decrease in June, the housing market remains on track for recovery with the three-month average showing new home sales gradually increasing. The key obstacle to the housing recovery continues to be tight credit conditions, which is why sales to non-investors have been only inching up in recent months, despite low mortgage rates and plenty of affordable homes (in most markets). The homeowner vacancy rate measuring the proportion of homes that are vacant and for sale slipped 2.1 percent in the second quarter of 2012, which is still too high from the “normal” range of 1.6 percent to 1.7 percent. Home prices have been rising slowly in recent months and any gain in prices is good news because the price gains reduce the number of homeowners with “underwater” mortgages.

Brotherhood Bridge for Sale...

City Officials to Reassure Alaska State Transportation Feds on Honolulu Rail Plan

Department Selling Bridge By Becky Bohrer ASSOCIATED PRESS

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) For sale: Bridge spanning the scenic Mendenhall River in Juneau. Buyer must agree to remove and preserve the historic structure, named in honor of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. No sales price is listed for the Brotherhood Bridge but a spokeswoman of the state transportation department, Brenda Hewitt, said bridges in similar situations in other states have gone for as little as $1 or been transferred for free. She said Sept. 25 that an evaluation of potential buyers will be based more on their plans to maintain the structure for its historic use than price. The bridge still comes at a cost: the structure contains lead-based paint, which Hewitt said will have to be removed and treated. Additionally, it will have to be taken apart, moved and reconstructed.

The 319-ft. (97 m) bridge, near a scenic turnout and trail system, was designed by Roy Peratrovich Jr. The department said it was constructed with steel plate girders, concrete and steel piers and concrete abutments. It fits the criteria needed to seek listing on the National Register of Historic Places, according to a state preservation officer. The bridge featured 10 bronze medallions, representing the crest of the brotherhood. Those will not go with the new owner, and Hewitt said it’s possible that they could be incorporated into the new bridge, though a decision on that hasn’t been finalized yet. The department plans to replace the bridge, built over the Mendenhall River in 1965, with a wider, four-lane bridge, that has a sidewalk on one side and multiuse path on other, Hewitt said. The project is expected to be advertised next year and estimated to cost about $19 million, she said.

HONOLULU (AP) Top Honolulu officials plan to reassure federal transportation officials that the city’s multibillion-dollar rail project is still on, even after a court decision stopped construction. A delegation that includes Mayor Peter Carlisle and city council chairman Ernie Martin had a meeting scheduled with the Federal Transit Administration in Washington. It comes after the Hawaii Supreme Court ordered the city to stop construction and complete an archaeological survey of the rail’s 20-mi. route. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that the meeting comes after the city submitted an application to the FTA seeking $1.55 billion in federal funds for the $5 billion project. The city has predicted that it could take nine months to complete the survey — possibly longer if the city can’t persuade property owners along the rail route to grant access to conduct the survey. Each month of delays costs an estimated $7 million to $10 million, and the city has already paid more than $22 million in contractor delay claims unrelated to the court

case. The delegation will brief FTA officials on progress on the archaeological survey, as well as on continuing engineering and design work, Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation executive director Daniel Grabauskas said. “Our main goal is to discuss our Full Funding Grant Agreement submittal, which is on track and moving through the approval process,’’ Grabauskas said in a statement. The project also faces other political and legal challenges. A group of opponents, including former Gov. Ben Cayetano, has filed a separate lawsuit, arguing the environmental impact statement for the train system doesn’t comply with federal law. Cayetano, who is running for mayor, has promised to stop the rail project if he is elected. In November, he’ll face Kirk Caldwell, a rail project supporter who is the former managing director of the city and county. Carlisle, who has been a strong rail supporter, finished third in the August primary election and will leave office in January.


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GOMACO Assists J.D. Abrams on Border Highway Job J.D. Abrams LP started its company in 1966 in El Paso, Texas, specializing in canal work. Shortly thereafter, it entered into the highway market to become the heavy and highway contractor that it is today. The company’s corporate office is located in Austin, with branch offices in Houston, Dallas and El Paso. It has paved with GOMACO equipment since 1968, when the company purchased its first C-450 cylinder finisher machine. At the end of last year, J.D. Abrams decided it was time to add another machine to its inventory. A machine capable of slipforming both side-mounted shoulder and barrier. It looked at the newest paver GOMACO had to offer, the four-track GP-2400. “We had two opportunities in front of us,” Brad Everett, vice president of operations of J.D. Abrams, said. “One was barrier wall and the other was side draft paving. With the GP2400, we are able to take on both of those with one machine.” J.D. Abrams took delivery of its new GP2400 earlier this year. It has been at work on the Border Highway in El Paso ever since slipforming 10 ft. (3 m) wide sidemounted shoulder. The scab-on shoulder is 11 in. (28

The design of the GOMACO four-track GP-2400 allows it to be a multiapplication paver. Side-mounted or barrier paving is accomplished by swinging the paver’s legs to the outboard or transport position.

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J.D. Abrams’ GOMACO 9500 placer helps its new GP-2400 paver increase slipforming production on a scab-on shoulder project on the Border Highway in El Paso, Texas.

cm) thick and slipformed over single-mat steel reinforcing. “The continually reinforced concrete is typical Texas Department of Transportation [TxDOT] paving,” Everett said. “On this project, we have electrical boxes approximately every 300 ft., and we were concerned we would have to hand pour or form around those boxes. We figured out we could slipform right over those boxes with the GP2400 so we’re very, very pleased.” The shoulder also has a keyway slipformed into the outside edge to allow precast see PAVER page 36


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Atlas Copco Introduces New Line of Light Compaction Equipment Atlas Copco Construction Equipment has introduced its new full line of light compaction equipment. The complete range, which includes tampers, forward plates, forward and reversible plates, duplex rollers and trench compactors will be available through Atlas Copco’s existing dealer and distributor network in the United States. Walk-Behind Duplex The LP series of walk-behind, or pedestrian, duplex rollers is suitable for compacting thin layers of granular soils and asphalt. The rollers can be used for small jobs, repair work and compaction in confined areas. The LP series oil cooling system and large water tank increase productivity and equipment life substantially. The LP compactor’s duplex rollers are hydraulically driven with no chains or gears to increase the complexity of operation. Tamper The LT series of tampers is suitable for applications on both granular and cohesive soils, and features a low-emission, low-noise Honda 4-stroke engine. The multifunctional B.E.S.T (Breather shut off, Electrical shut off, Shut off fuel and Throttle control) fuel tank ensures easy start up and optimal performance. Forward Plate The LF series of forward plates is designed for compacting granular soils and asphalt. Designed to be an economical solution for small repair and maintenance work, the series also features a low-vibration handle to reduce operator

fatigue. Forward-Reversible Plate The LG (gear) and LH (hydraulic) series of forward and reversible plates are an economical alternative to rollers. Designed to compact soil in areas like trenches and parking lots, they also are suitable for special applications like block paving a n d also are equipped with low vibration handles.

ing or protruding parts. A Bluetooth-based remote control version of the LP trench roller allows for multiple, individually-paired remote units to operate onsite without crossover or interference.

Vibratory Compactor The LP series vibratory trench compactor, or trench roller, is suitable for the compaction of cohesive and granular soils in trenches and confined areas. The LP trench roller also can be used for compaction work close to obstacles, due to no overhang-

GOMACO 9500 Helps Firm Place More Concrete, Faster PAVER from page 35

barrier wall to be placed and secured along the highway. The keyway is an attachment that is bolted onto the shoulder mold and forms the square keyway. A GOMACO 9500 placer works in front of the GP-2400 paver. Trucks dump the approximately 1 in. (2.5 cm) slump TxDOT-approved concrete into the hopper on the 9500. The 9500’s long placing conveyor places the concrete over the steel reinforcing and helps increase paving production on J.D. Abrams’ projects. “The 9500 helps us put more concrete out there faster,” Everett explained. “We always want to get the most production we can from our pavers, get more concrete down in a day, and the 9500 allows us to do that. It’s a great machine for us.” Paving production typically averages 2000 cu. yds. (1,529 cu m) per day. Their best production has reached up to 20 ft. (6.1 m) per minute. The GP-2400 is not running on stringline for the scab-on shoulder. J.D. Abrams is using steer sensors that follow the edge of the existing slab and the paver slipforms locked to grade. A sensor with a spring-loaded plate is attached to the back, right side of the mold and traces the edge of the existing slab. The GP-2400 features GOMACO’s G+ control system. J.D. Abrams’ operator learned the new system quickly and is enjoying the system’s easy operation. He also has an enhanced view of the entire paving operation and the G+ controller from the operator’s platform on top of the paver. “We’re very pleased with our GP-2400,” Everett said. “Almost every job we’re on has an application for it whether it’s a barrier situation, a shoulder, or concrete adjacent to a retaining wall. It has a lot of applications for us and we’re looking forward to giving it a lot more use.” This article was reprinted with permission from GOMACO World Magazine, Volume 40, Number 1.

The shoulder is slipformed with a small square keyway in the outer edge. The keyway allows precast barrier wall to be placed and secured on the new highway.


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AEM, ARA Call Oil Sands Industry Trade Mission in Calgary, Canada, a Success The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) recently led a delegation of small and medium-sized member company representatives from the heavy off-road equipment industry on an oil sands trade mission. The trade mission also was sponsored by the American Rental Association (ARA). The group arrived in Calgary for a briefing on the oil sands industry, and the regulatory and political environment in Alberta. Speakers for the briefing included former Syncrude Vice President Don Thompson, HBW Resources Executive Vice President in Canada Randy Kerr, and TransCanada Pipelines Supply Chain Management Director Grant Martin. The following day the representatives headed to Ft. McMurray to tour Syncrude Canada and receive a briefing by the Wood Buffalo Regional Municipality on the economic and political status of the oil sands, and future projections of growth and investment in the area. “The Canada oil sands are a bright spot for safer and securer oil in North America, and show tremendous promise of long-term investment and growth for the U.S. heavy offroad equipment industry,” AEM Vice President of Global Public Policy Nick Yaksich said. “As the industry continues

to grow, equipment manufacturers will play an important role in providing the much needed resources for these sites to successfully operate. Swift approval of the Keystone XL pipeline will boost the American economy by creating more manufacturing jobs right here at home.” “We are incredibly impressed by the advances taking place on the oil sands as this region rapidly becomes a leading global source for secure energy,” ARA Vice President of Government Affairs, John McClelland said. “Equipment rental companies operating in the area are investing heavily in their rental fleets to meet the demand for equipment that continues to expand as oil sands projects expand. State Department approval of the Keystone Pipeline could expand production at the oil sands, and increase demand for rental equipment at the oil sands and all down the pipeline throughout North America. These sands are proof of positive advances in North American energy security and we look forward to continuing to support this important industry.” The State Department is currently reviewing the proposed permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Prompt approval will create over 18,000 high-wage jobs in construction and manufacturing while providing a stable supply of North American energy to consumers in the United States.

TransCanada Tweaks First Plan, Aims to Protect Vital Water, Natural Resources PIPELINE from page 1

al tweaks that April plan, making the route veer east shortly after entering the state to avoid more of the sensitive areas in Keya Paha County, east again around the town of Clarks and west around the town of Western to avoid drinking water well fields. “TransCanada shares the goal of protecting key water and natural resources with Nebraskans,” TransCanada CEO Russ Girling said. The proposal also upgrades planned safety measures, adding more remote control shut-off valves and inspections, the company said. Nebraska regulators said they would review the new proposal and hold a public hearing on it before submitting a recommendation to the governor, possibly by the end of the year. The governor will decide whether to approve the new route for the pipeline. “An initial scan of the report indicates that it responds to some of the comments raised by the NDEQ and the public, but a full evaluation will now

begin,” said Mike Linder, director of the state agency. Environmental groups have long opposed the pipeline project because of concerns that it could contaminate underground and surface water supplies, increase air pollution around refineries and harm wildlife. Bold Nebraska’s Jane Kleeb said the latest new route doesn’t go far enough to address her group’s concerns about potential erosion of the Sandhills and groundwater contamination, so she believes state and federal officials should block the pipeline. “The route still crosses the aquifer and it still crosses sandy soil, so all of the same concerns remain,” Kleeb said. TransCanada spokesman Grady Semmens said only 36 mi. (58 km) of the 275 mi. (442 km) of pipeline in Nebraska would cross sandy soils, and the new route entirely avoids the area Nebraska defined as the Sandhills. Joe Mendelson of the National Wildlife Federation said the Keystone

XL pipeline puts too much natural habitat at risk. “The best approach is to ditch Keystone XL entirely and embrace clean energy solutions that don’t spill or explode,” Mendelson said. The pipeline is designed to carry oil from Canada across Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. TransCanada also has proposed connecting it to the Bakken oil field in Montana and North Dakota. President Barack Obama rejected TransCanada’s original application for a federal permit to build the pipeline in January after congressional Republicans imposed a deadline for approval that didn’t allow enough time to address questions about the route through Nebraska. Since then, TransCanada has split the project into two pieces. The company began construction in July on the southern section of the pipeline between Oklahoma and the Gulf Coast.

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Ferma Corp. Works Overnight on the Golden Gate In just 57 short hours over the weekend of April 27 to 30, 2012, NDA member Ferma Corporation of Mountain View, Calif., rolled out its fleet nearly 40 powerful pieces strong and reduced to dust and rubble the creaky and aging southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, known locally as Doyle Drive. Beginning after the Friday night rush hour, by the time the Monday morning commute rolled around, Ferma’s wrecking machines had smashed through the concrete and rebar that made up the 76-year old roadway, a segment of U.S. Highway 101. Deploying up to six excavators at a time on each stretch of roadway, the old highway came down perfectly according to plan. The sight of the old skyway coming down drew many spectators, as Ferma deployed its fleet ranging in size from the monster Cat 5110 down to smaller Cat excavators of the

330 variety. The 5110 simply crushed through the roadway, as companion machines moved in to crush the debris and separate the rebar out of the concrete. Ferma loaded huge chunks of roadway into its fleet of articulated dump trucks to get it out of the way, for processing later, so that the road building and paving crews could get the temporary bypass in place. Included among the powerhouse fleet were several Cat 385s, 375s and many 365s and 345s. Using hydraulic sheers and hammers, Ferma removed 285,000 sq. ft. of roadway over the weekend. The 40 machines in place reduced the roadway to 65,000 tons of debris. This included approximately 5 million pounds of steel, in addition to concrete and other materials. Supervising the crashing and crunching of about six of see BRIDGE page 44

Using hydraulic shears and hammers, Ferma reduced the roadway to 65,000 tons of debris.

In just 57 short hours over the weekend of April 27 to 30, 2012, NDA member Ferma Corporation of Mountain View, Calif., rolled out its fleet, nearly 40 powerful pieces strong, and reduced to dust and rubble the creaky and aging southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, known locally as Doyle Drive.


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Presidio Parkway to Benefit From Bridge Materials BRIDGE from page 43

The entire project progressed smoothly and was completed ahead of schedule.

these big Cats, Brian Ferrari commented that the neighbors will sure be surprised at the amount of noise and resulting dust from the project that spread through the tony Marina neighborhood, despite satisfactory efforts to control it. Ferma will spend the next several months processing the materials resulting from the weekend blitz. The concrete will be crushed and used as roadbed for the new Presidio Parkway. The steel will be melted down and recycled for other uses. The old roadway was replaced with a temporary bypass that opened by 5:00 a.m. Monday morning. That roadway, which moves traffic through a new tunnel and features a movable median barrier to meet changing traffic demands, will stay in place while crews construct a permanent $1.1 billion replacement for the old Doyle Drive. The new roadway will be branded the Presidio Parkway when finished in 2015. The entire project progressed smoothly and was completed ahead of schedule. Ferma’s work, and the cooperation of passing motorists, was highly praised by the transportation agencies overseeing the project and in an editorial in the San Francisco Chronicle the morning that the weekend’s demolition was completed. This article was reprinted with permission from Demolition Magazine Volume 42, No. 4.

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The California Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: N/A Contract Number: 12-0E3104 Location: On Route 74 from 0.1 mi. west of I-5/SR-74 IC to 0.1 mi. east of I-5/SR-74 IC. Project: Replace bridge and widen ramp. Number of Working Days: 800 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Flatiron West Inc. — $24,850,553 • Ortiz Enterprises Incorporated — $26,784,225 • Griffith Company — $27,171,418 • Granite Construction Company — $29,922,185 • Sema Construction Inc. — $31,444,919 • Steve P Rados Inc. — $31,733,012 County: Trinity Contract Number: 02-374304 Location: Near Del Loma at Big French Creek Bridge (No. 5.8). Project: Rail upgrade, widen. Number of Working Days: 110 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Bugler Construction — $938,955

• Stewart Engineering Inc. — $947,359 • Myers and Sons Construction LP — $1,124,000 • Desert Concepts Construction Inc. — $1,149,000 • J F Shea Construction Inc. — $1,361,550 • American Civil Constructors West Coast Inc. — $1,449,168 County: San Luis Obispo Contract Number: 05-0R3004 Location: About 25 mi. west of New Cuyama from 1.6 mi. east of Cuyama River Bridge to 4.0 mi. west of Carrizo Creek. Project: Construct new bridge. Number of Working Days: 470 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Souza Construction Inc. — $2,136,290 • Calportland Construction — $2,161,866 • Granite Construction Company — $2,220,389 • R Burke Corporation — $2,324,711 • Whitaker Construction Group Inc. — $2,351,850 • Brough Construction Inc. — $2,537,811 • Vernon Edwards Constructors Inc. — $4,204,363 County: Contra Costa Contract Number: 04-2E2304 Location: Various locations.

Project: Replace approach slabs and joint. Number of Working Days: 110 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pacific States Environmental Contractors Inc. $1,792,334 • Truesdell Corporation of California Inc. $1,888,888 • Bay Line Cutting & Coring Inc. — $1,920,299 • American Civil Constructors West Coast Inc. $1,967,476 • Newton Construction & Management Inc. $1,994,715 • Myers And Sons Construction LP — $2,049,210

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Working Around Shasta Lake Poses Challenges, Fluctuating Lake Levels CALTRANS from page 1

being constructed on a new parallel alignment slightly east of the existing bridge. In addition, a 0.4 mi. (.6 km) long section of highway south of the bridge is undergoing a realignment and the existing 1,330-ft. (405 m) long structure will be demolished and removed. Shasta Dam was built over a 10-year period, from 1935 to 1945 and its outflow provides electricity and irrigation to areas of California below the dam. It also serves as flood control for the Sacramento River during the rainy season. Shasta Lake was formed in 1948 and is presently a popular spot for fishing, water skiing and houseboating. It is currently the largest man-made reservoir in California. The existing bridge is a spandrel braced cantilever deck truss bridge built in 1941 and rehabilitated in 1967. Under FHWA National Bridge Inventory Standards, the bridge is presently designated “fracture critical” and operationally non-compliant. “This is a main route for travel between the West Coast ports, from Portland, Ore., down to Los Angeles,” said Eric Akana, project manager of Caltrans. “Nearly 30 percent of the traffic is truck traffic and the ADT has been steadily increasing,” he added. Tutor Perini Corporation, who is self-performing the substructure and superstructure work on Antlers Bridge, has worked on a number of high profile projects in California. Among these are the Alameda Corridor, the San Francisco Bay Bridge and the Los Angeles International Airport runway and taxiway improvements. Tutor has enlisted the help of several subcontractors, including Force Drilling, a division of Shaft Drilling of West Virginia for foundation work, and Schwager Davis Construction, based in San Jose, Calif., for post-tension and prestressing. Harris-Salinas Rebar of Livermore, Calif., is supplying the iron and rebar, as well as performing the installations. Cleveland Wrecking Company, headquartered in Covina, Calif., will demolish the existing bridge when the new bridge is complete and open to traffic.

Working around Shasta Lake has posed a unique set of challenges to the contractors; most notably, the fluctuating lake levels. With the water vacillating 80 to 100 feet annually, crews have had to find alternatives for typical in-water tasks, like pile driving. Caltrans presented a site specific contractor outreach presentation and tour prior to bidding so contractors could view and better understand the challenges. Comprehensive pre-bid foundation drilling investigations and information sharing efforts also proved beneficial in planning the project. The bridge requires 38,000 cu. yds. (29,055 cu m) of concrete and 6,550 tons (5,941 t) of steel. Crews have balanced approximately 261,590 cu. yds. (200,000 cu m) of earth on the job. During the construction period, there has been some inconvenience to traffic and recreational activities, such as freeway traffic detours and restrictions to certain areas near the construction zone. However, Antlers Boat Ramp will remain open and lake access through the construction zone will be maintained. The project is situated within a National Forest Boundary with a significant amount of archaeological resources and biological resources including bald eagles, ospreys, fisheries, parks, camping and recreation. Significant stakeholders include interregional traffic and trucking, the National Forest Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Army Corps, Fish and Game, Water Quality Control Board and Marina Operators. In order to protect the wildlife in and around Shasta Lake, crews are complying with noise and building restrictions during certain months for nesting periods. Despite the challenges, Caltrans anticipates that the project will be complete by the contract date of 2015. For more information, visit www.dot.ca.gov/dist2/projects/antlers.htm. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a home builder from Gainesville, Fla. “This solid growth is an encouraging sign that housing continues on a slow but steady recovery path that is gradually advancing from one local market to the next.” “More metros across the country are experiencing a sustained uptick in house prices, employment and new building activity as rising consumer confidence in local market conditions pushes more people to consider a new-home purchase,” observed NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe. “That said, overly tight lending conditions for builders and buyers continue to slow this process considerably.” “Combined with recent positive reports on builder confidence, housing starts and new-home sales, the September IMI adds to the growing consensus that housing is finally moving in the right direction, which in turn is spurring more potential buyers to get off the fence,” added Kurt Pfotenhauer, vice

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. KOMATSU DOZERS | I AM LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING USED KOMATSU DOZERS: D 6 5 D 8 5 D 1 5 5 EMAIL US WITH PICTURES, SERIAL NUMBER, YEAR MODEL, PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS LOCATED IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES | AM PAYING CASH FOR BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS. ESPECIALLY LOOKING FOR LARGE FRAME AND "GOLD PACKAGE" MACHINES, BUT ANY MAKE AND MODEL BOBCAT WILL BE CONSIDERED. PLEASE SEND PHOTO AND ASKING PRICE. ***DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND*** CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 & BR580 TRACK JAW CRUSHERS | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR WORK READY USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATEPILLAR 3412 | HELLO I AM LOOKING FOR THE SPIDER ASSEMBLY AND THE SHAFT INPUT FOR THE 3412 CATERPILLAR. THE SPECS ARE AS FOLLOWS: SERIAL # 60M03370 ARRANGEMENT# 4N2247 CLUTCH DESCRIPTION: MODEL# GM518-1 SERIAL # 3R5140 BOM# 37705 RATIO# 6.48:1 I AM LOOKING FOR THEM NEW OR USED. CONTACT: ROBIN MILLER PHONE: 7867525438 EMAIL: ROBIN_MILLER@RKSTRADING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– YANMAR EXCAVATOR CONTACT: JOHN SARAPPA PHONE: 856 767 1122 FAX: 856 767 4931 EMAIL: JOHN@SARAPPA.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MAS HEAVY EQUIPMENT | LOOKING FOR EXCAVATOR DAEWOO OR DOSSAN 290 LCV/300LCV/420LCV/470LCV CATERPILLAR 235 C OR D /225 SAMSUNG 280-2 WHEEL LOADER CATERPILLAR 920-930-936-950-966D E F -970F 966G -972G-980G-980F DOZER CATERPILLAR D9N&D10N KOM. 355 CONTACT: MODY SHOUKRY PHONE: 8155435252 FAX: 8153986715 EMAIL:MSHOUKRY9@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC DRIVE MOTOR FOR A DITCH WITCH 5020 TRENCHER | DESCRIBE WHAT YOU WANT. CONTACT: RICHARD SPRIGGS PHONE: 423-487-5048 EMAIL: RSPRIGGS@PLEASECALLNUMBER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED FAST KOMASTU 155A X 6 2009 WITH RIPPER USER LOW LOW HOURS I NEED 2 CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WE BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS | WE BUY ALL KINDS OF CONSTRUCTION, FARM AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT MANUALS. I PREFER TO BUY 100 OR MORE MANUALS PREFERRABLY FROM BUSINESS COMPANIES. IF YOU’RE TIRED OF LOOKING AND STORING EXCESS MANUALS, PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL AT TRITOWN1@MSN.COM. THANKS GRACE CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WATER TRUCK | NEED USED WATER TRUCK. 10, 000-15, 000 CAP. MINE SITE SPEC IF POSSIBLE CONTACT: ROB KOHLER PHONE: 0411277332 EMAIL: KORECRANES2@OPTUSNET.COM.AU –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LEFT REAR PLANATARY FOR CASE 721C | DESCRIBE WHAT YOU WANT. CONTACT: J. R. WALLIN PHONE: (281) 844-8489 FAX: (979) 921-0020 EMAIL:WALEXCSERV@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FT REAR PLANATARY FOR CASE 721C CONTACT: J. R. WALLIN PHONE: (281) 844-8489 FAX: (979) 921-0020 EMAIL:WALEXCSERV@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D7H FROM EAST COAST USER I NEED 3 CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOMAG CONTACT: KENNY EMAIL: NDALA.KENNY@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY TRACK MACHINE CONSIDERED CONTACT: DAYNA PHONE: 832-603-2097 EMAIL: AEXPTRANSPORT@LIVE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DUSTLESS BLASTER MODEL DB500 CONTACT: MICHAEL PHONE: 314-796-6558 EMAIL: MPAZ56MO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ( 3 ) CAT 769C OR TEREX R50 OR CAT 773B TRUCKS | WORK READY TRUCKS, MIDWEST LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX TA30 GEN 7 OFF ROAD TRUCKS | (2 ) 2007-2008 TRUCKS, MAX. 3500 HOURS, CLEAN WORK READY, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SCAFFOLDS, STAGE SWINGS, CEMENT MIXERS CONTACT: GILROY ALBURY PHONE: 242-468-4488 EMAIL: GILROYJR06@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS LOCATED IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES | AM BUYING BOBCAT SKID STEER LOADERS, PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES AND "GOLD PACKAGE" UNITS, HOWEVER ANY BOBCAT SKID STEER LOADER WILL BE CONSIDERED. SEND PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. ***DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND*** CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SERVICE MANUAL FOR CAT 303C CR CONTACT: KEVIN SANSALONE PHONE: 856-297-4758 EMAIL:KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED ALL 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D3 AT D10 FROM USER USA INSPECTION BULLDOZER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED EXCAVATOR PART | SWING MOTOR FOR A JOHN DEERE 690C EXCAVATOR IT IS A COMMERCIAL INTERTECH #323-9210-011 JD PART # AT77614 CONTACT: LOREN LINDL PHONE: 920.650.3870 EMAIL: LORDON1@CENTURYTEL.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D51EX22 TRACK DOZER | AIR CAB, 1000 +/- HOURS, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 580 LOADER BACKHOES | MODEL 580 K SK L SL M SMS CONTACT: FRANK, TRICO EQUIPMENT PHONE: 800-654-USED (8733) EXT. 1230 FAX: 732-780-3618 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MULCHER 250350 H/P | 2005-2007 BRON LH 250-400 MULCHER CONTACT: DARSEN PHONE: 9174406319 FAX: 9174406319 EMAIL:MAFAUTOBOAT@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––CO NSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT | FAIRLY USED: 1) 950 & 966 CAT 2) COMPACTOR (DRUM & TIRE) 3) BULLDOZER (D6) CAT 4) LOW BED 5) MACK TRUCKS (20032005...) CONTACT: MONTY PHONE: 646-515-7645 FAX: 718-887-8575 EMAIL:MONTYUWA@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FOREST EQUIPMENT | BRUSH FORKS CONTACT: DENNIS TRUJILLO PHONE: 505 617 0211 EMAIL: SOUTHWESTWOOD PRODUCTS@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LARGE EXCAVATOR | ANY BRAND, PREFERABLY GOOD TO VERY GOOD. CONTACT: DON JOHNSON PHONE: 218 784 8301 FAX: 218 784 7569 EMAIL:IMBROKEFARMS@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

SANDVIK TITON DI 600 | LOOKING FOR A SECOND HAND SANDVIK TITON DI 600, FROM YOM 2005 UPWARDS, IN GOOD CONDITION CONTACT: ALIDAD PHONE: 004916098648980 EMAIL: POURYA_HCL@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING USED KAWASAKI LOADERS. 5 0 Z-II, 5 0 Z-IV, 5 0 Z-V 6 0 Z-II, 6 0 Z-IV, 6 0 Z-V 6 5 Z-II, 6 5 Z-IV, 6 5 Z-V 7 0 Z-II, 7 0 Z-IV, 7 0 Z-V 8 0 Z-II, 8 0 Z-IV, 8 0 Z-V 8 5 Z-II, 8 5 Z-IV, 8 5 Z-V 9 0 Z-II, 9 0 Z-IV, 9 0 Z-V 9 5 Z-II, 9 5 Z-IV, 9 5 Z-V CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 305 CAT EXCAVATOR CONTACT: SOLOMON JACK PHONE: +447024065565 EMAIL: UNLIMITEDEQUIPMENTS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOTOR GRADER 140G KOMATSU CONTACT: LEONARD MKUMBI PHONE: 0754561164 FAX: 0263121 EMAIL:MKUMBILEO4@YAHOO.CO.UK ––––––���––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE ARE LOOKING FOR A 35-45 TON GROVE ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE CONTACT: HAENER CRANE & EQUIPMENT PHONE: 1-800-746-8106 EMAIL: HAENERCRNE@LEWISTON.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING FOR 2 SULLAIR AIR COMPRESSORS IN GOOD GOOD WORKING CONDITION. 2000-2003, 750 CFM, 150 PSI, AFTERCOOLED AND FILTERED, CAT DIESEL 3306, PORTABLE HIGHWAY TRAILER CONTACT: PEDRO LI PHONE: 323-707-6063 EMAIL: PEDROMLI@ IMPORTSAMERICAS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D4H D5H D6H LOW LOW HOURS USER LGP OR STRAIGHT PADS USA USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER • LATE MODEL, LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOBELCO SK80 SK135 PARTS • I NEED A FRONT WINDOW FRAME, GLASS AND HARDWARE FOR A KOBELCO SK80 SK135 CONTACT: MICK PHONE: 352-270-0070 EMAIL: MICK.FIELDS@FIELDCO.BIZ –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DYNAHOE MODEL C BACKHOE • PLANETARY ASSEMBLY AND DRIVE AXLE NEEDED TO REPLACE STOLEN PARTS CONTACT: WILLIAM CRAIB PHONE: 518-658-2639 EMAIL: PZCWHC@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

USED LEFT DOOR FOR 2004 KUBOTA RTV900 2004 MO HARD DOOR. CONTACT: P SMITH PHONE: 203-586-8712 EMAIL: MIMISMITH0722@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC HAMMER/ DROP HAMMER • WTB WORKING OR NON WORKING HAMMERS ANY SIZE LARGE OR SMALL NO DEALERS PLEASE CONTACT: JAMES MANN PHONE: 404-273-9424 FAX: 770-306-2962 EMAIL: JAMES2525@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 53X102 DROP DECK FLATBED • 53X102" AIR RIDE, AIR SPREAD, ALUMINUM/ STEEL COMBO OR ALL STEEL DROP DECK FLATBED. MUST HAVE RECENT DOT INSPECTION. PREFER TELEPHONE CONTACT @918-351-4646. CONTACT: IAN PHONE: 918-351-4646 EMAIL: MAKMAIL@MAKADAMGROUP.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– QUICK CONNECT FOR 305 CAT EXCAVATOR CONTACT: JAKE DERR PHONE: 609-868-8759 FAX: 856-845-5012 EMAIL: DERRANDSON@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY THE FOLLOWING CAT MOTOR GRADERS: 140G (1989, 1994, 1995, WITH RIPPER) 140H (2000-2002) 14G/H (1972 UP) CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– **WANTED** BOBCAT SKID STEER LOADERS AND MINI EXCAVATORS | AM INTERESTED IN BUYING BOBCATS LOCATED IN THE S.E. UNITED STATES. PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES S320, S300, S250, T320, T300, T250. PREFERENCE GIVEN "GOLD PACKAGE" MACHINES BUT ANY SIZE BOBCAT WILL BE CONSIDERED. PLEASE SEND RECENT PHOTO AND ASKING PRICE. DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND. CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WOOD CHIPPER CONTACT: SCOTT PHONE: 516-509-0335 FAX: 631-998-3897 EMAIL: LANDZIGN1@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR USED STREETPRINT INFRARED HEATERS, STREET HEAT THEY ARE CALLED CONTACT: PAUL POLITO PHONE: 1-520-292-1125 EMAIL: PAUL@TUCSONASPHALT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. 930 (1978-1986) 936 (1984-1992) 938G (AROUND YEAR 2005) 950B/E/G (1984 UP, FULL STEERING) 966C/D/E/F-II/G (1979 UP, FULL STEERING) 980C/F (1988 UP) CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY | WE ARE LOOKING FOR A TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY SUITABLE THE FOLLOWING MITSUBISHI 330 MOTOR GRADER. THE INFO AVAILABLE FOR THE MOTOR GRADER IS AS UNDER. SERIAL # OF GRADER MG003231, ENGINE SERIAL # 75761, MACHINE # 3QA00515, TRANSMISSION # 60325 - 80111, MODEL 3-5-93 CONTACT: ANIS SHERWANI PHONE: +923214696007 FAX: +92 42 35887118 EMAIL: ASHERWANI@SASCOM.PK –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MINI EXCAVATOR | SMALL MINI EXCAVATOR FOR PERSONAL USE AT HOME NOT FOR BUSINESS CONTACT: TIM HAWKINS EMAIL: DARTIM76@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR JD 401D TRACTOR. J D MODEL # FOR HOE IS 9250A CONTACT: MARK BEYER PHONE: 707 538 0413 EMAIL: GAMMYRAY@SONIC.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SPECIALLY CAT MANUAL WHEEL LOADER | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR OWN STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, E & 966D, E AND 966F. CAT GRADER 140G S/N:10, 000 UP. DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA251D, CA262D, CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1, EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1, UH07-7, UH083 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC 200-6, -7. CONTACT: IKRAM KHAN PHONE: +923002831078 EMAIL: IUKANDCO@GMAIL.COM––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR D10N OR D10R WITH BAD OR NO ENGINE. CONTACT: J. R. WALLIN PHONE: 281-844-8489 FAX: 979-921-0020 EMAIL: WALEXCSERV@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL, LOW HOUR, WORK READY. USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 325, 330, CL, BL | I NEED DOZER D7G, D8K, D6H, D6R WITH RIPPERS I NEED LOT OF OTHER EQUIPMENT, PLEASE EMAIL ME COMPLETE LIST CONTACT: ISMAIL USMAN PHONE: 4094541576 EMAIL: ISRAEQUIPMENT@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER | 5 UNITS D5B DOZERS, CAB OR OROP, 5 UNITS OLD 930 WHEEL LOADERS, 2 X 730 TRUCKS UP TO 10,000 HOURS. CONTACT: JEFF WILLISON PHONE: 918-449-1966 EMAIL: JEFFWEQUIPCO@TULSACOXMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Houston, TX Thurs.,October11,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Aerials, Forklifts,LargeWater Pumps • Sacramento, CA Sat.,October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucksand Trailers • Odessa, TX Sat.,October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, Trailers,Support • Putney, VT Sun.,October14,2012 For:CompleteLiquidation Santa’sLandAmusement Park

• Kissimmee, FL Sat.-Sun.,February2-10, 2013 For:Annual9Day Auction!Construction Equipment,Trucks, Trailers,Support

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • El Paso, TX October10,2012 • Chicago, IL October11,2012 • Sacramento, CA October12,2012 • Moultrie, GA October19,2012 • Tipton, CA October19,2012 • Northeast, MD October23,2012

• Baltimore, MD Thurs.,October18,2012 For:Construction,Asphalt EquipmentandTrucks

• Orlando, FL October25,2012

• Kissimmee, FL Wed.,October24,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Support, Attachments,Aerialand Forklifts

• Atlanta, GA November29,2012

• Portland, OR Thurs.,October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Support, TrucksandTrailers • Cobleskill, NY Sat.,October27,2012 For:Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri./Sat.,November2-3, 2012 For:Construction,Aerials, SupportandService Trucks • Syracuse, NY Sat.,November3,2012 For:LateModelRental FleetConstruction Equipment • Racine, WI Sat.,November10,2012 For:LateModel ConstructionandSupport Equipment • Houston, TX Tues.,November13,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Forklifts, AerialLifts,Trucksand Trailers • Barranquilla, Columbia Sat.,November24,2012 For:LateModel ConstructionandSupport Equipment

• Pittsburgh, PA November8,2012

BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Sacramento, CA Sat.,October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucksand Trailers

Coming Auctions DAVIS AUCTIONS

INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS

www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

www.insightauction.com 863-386-1225

• Prospect, CT October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment

• Sebring, FL Sat.,November10,2012 For:Farmand ConstructionEquipment Auction

• Prospect, CT December8,2012 For:Construction Equipment

DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 • Online Only ClosingOctober23,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks& Trailers • Online Only ClosingNovember20, 2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks& Trailers • New Ross, IN Thurs.,December62012 For:FarmEquipment

• Portland, OR Thurs.,October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Support, TrucksandTrailers

• Online Only ClosingDecember18, 2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks& Trailers

• San Bernardino, CA Fri./Sat.,November2-3, 2012 For:Construction,Aerials, SupportandService Trucks

• Online Only ClosingFebruary5,2013 For:LateModelJohn DeereFarmEquipment

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • ONLINE ONLY October10,2012 For:Construction Equipment • Gallup, NM October11,2012 For:Construction/Mining Equipment • Richmond, VA October18,2012 For:Construction/Mining Equipment • Denver, CO October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment

www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Sewickley, PA Thurs.,October11,2012 For:CompleteLiquidation PenfieldContracting • Wind Gap, PA Wed.,October24,2012 For:LateModel,Off LeaseEquipment • Hellertown, PA Wed.,November7,2012 For:CompleteLiquidation ValleyExcavating& PavingInc.

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri.,November30,2012

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINEAUCTIONS Gotowww.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Pelzer, SC Wed.,October17,2012 For:Constructionand FarmEquipment • Brooklyn, MS Sat.,October20,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, TrailersandTools • Bristol, VA Wed.,October24,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, TrailersandTools • Mt. Hope, WV Thurs.,October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucksand Trailers

• ONLINE ONLY October10,2012 For:Construction Equipment• ONLINE ONLY October11,2012 For:Construction Equipment

• Danielsville, GA Fri.,November2,2012 For:Constructionand FarmEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY October18,2012 For:Construction Equipment

www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

• ONLINE ONLY October24,2012 For:Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY

• Lumberton, NC Sat.,November24,2012 For:Construction Equipment • Wilson, NC Thurs.,January31,2013 For:Construction Equipment

ITL AUCTIONEERING

MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP

www.itlauctions.us 508-824-3262

www.motleys.com 804-232-3300

• Taunton, MA Sat.,October20,2012 For:Construction Equipment

• Richmond, VA Fri.,October12,2012 For:Construction EquipmentandTrucks

KEENAN AUCTION COMPANY www.keenanauction.com 207-885-5100 • Scarborough, ME Thurs.,October11,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Screeners, DumpTrucks&Vehicles

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311 • Eden, MD Thurs.,October18,2012 For:CompleteLiquidation AmericanPavingCorp.

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Newark, NJ Wed.,October10,2012 For:HeavyConstruction, Bridge&RoadRehab Equipment • Columbus, OH Thurs.,October18,2012 For:Constructionand PavingEquipment • Moosup, CT Fri.,October26,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks& Trailers

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Tues.,October9,2012 For:Government Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,October11,2012 For:Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Tues.,October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173 • Online Only October1-9,2012 For:Construction, Ag, Trucks & Vehicles • Online Only November1-122012 For:Construction, Ag, Trucks and Vehicles • West Fargo, ND Wed.,November282012 For:Construction and Farm Equipment

TAYLOR AUCTION & REALTY, INC. www.taylorauction.com 662-226-2080 • Grenada, MS Sat.,October13,2012 For:AnnualFallAuction

THE AUCTION COMPANY www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300 • Southern CA Sat.,October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat.,October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks,Govt. Vehicles • Northern CA Sat.,November17,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks,Govt. Vehicle • Southern CA Sat.,December8,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat.,December15,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks,Govt. Vehicles

UNITED AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.uaa-auctions.com 517-202-9173 • Charlotte, MI Thurs.,October18,2012 For:DeltaElectrical Contractors • Wilmington, DE Fri.,October26,2012 For:Construction&Utility Equipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Charlotte, MI Thurs.,October18,2012 For:Commercial/Industrial

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Lenox, MI Thurs.,October25,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks Tractors,GravelTrains& Trailers

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Thurs.,October11,2012 For:HeavyEquipment


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LARGE AUCTION

RENTAL FLEET AUCTION

VERY LATE MODEL EXCLUSIVE RENTAL RETURNS OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, AERIALS, FORKLIFTS, LARGE WATER PUMPS, SUPPORT & ATTACHMENTS.

LATE MODEL RENTAL FLEET CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS.

AUCTION

(ONSITE) HOUSTON (DEER PARK), TEXAS NOTE: Hertz Equipment will have the following equipment available for sale on October 11th at their Deer Park Facility. Come take a look at some great equipment from several recently completed projects!

HILITES INCLUDE: 16 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, 2005 JD 330CLC, 2006 JD 225CLC, 2006 JD 200CLC, 2005 Komatsu PC27MR-1, (3) 2007- (3) 2006 Bobcat 331, 2007 Bobcat 323, Case 9050B, 2006 Takeuchi TB135, 2006 Yanmar VIO27-3, 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005 JD 750JLGP, 2006 JD 450J, 2006 JD 450H, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 590, JD 410B, 6 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2006 IR SD100D, 2006 - 2005 IR SD70D, 2007 Wacker RT82SC, Rammax P33 (remote), RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Takeuchi TL130, 3 SKID STEERS: (3) 2006 Bobcat S175, 9 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 20062005 Gradall 534D-9, 2005 Lull 944E-42, 2007 JCB 506C, (2) 2006-2005 JLG G6-42A, 2006 Genie GTH636C, 2006 Skytrak 6042, 4 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2007-2006 Case 586G, 2006 IR RT708J, 2006 Harlo HP6500, 2 FORKLIFTS: 2007 Toyota 8FDU25, 2006 Toyota 7FGU30, 15 BOOM LIFTS: (2) 2005 Genie S125 (4x4), 2005 Genie S60 (4x4), (2) Genie S60 (4x4), 2007 JLG 800S (4x4), (2) 2006-2005 JLG 600S (4x4), 2007- (3) 2006 JLG 400S (4x4), 2006 JLG 450A (4x4), JLG 40H, 32 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2006 Genie GS2668R (4x4), 2006-2005 Genie GS2032, (3) 20062005 Genie GS1930, 2007 Genie AWP30S, 2005-2004 Genie AWP25S, 2007 JLG 4069, 2006 JLG 3394 (4x4), (3) 2006 JLG 3246ES, 2006-2005 JLG 2630ES, (2) 2005 JLG 2032ES, (2) 2005 JLG 2030ES, 2007-(2) 2006-(2) 2005 JLG 1930ES, 2006 Skyjack 3226, 2007-2005 Skyjack 3219, 11 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2007-2005 IR XP375WCU, (2) 2007-2006-(2) 2005 IR 185WJD, (2) 2005 IR P185WJD, 2004 Sullair 750DTQCA 750CFM, 2004 Quincy QS1750 750CFM, 5 GENERATORS: 2006-(2) 2005 Multiquip DCA125, 2006-2005 Multiquip DCA25USI, 17 WELDERS: (2) 2007 Miller Big Blue 500, (2) 2007-2005 Miller Big Blue 400, 2006 Miller Big Blue 300 amp, (2) 2006 Lincoln 400amp, (4) 2007-2006 Lincoln Classic 300, 2006 Lincoln Vantage 500, (2) 2006 Lincoln Vantage 300, 5 LIGHT PLANTS: 2005 IR LS6KW, (2) 2005 Genie TML4000, (2) 2005 Wacker LTC4L, 8 WATER PUMPS: 2006-(2) 2005-(3) 2004-2003 Pioneer PP88 8in., 2005 Pioneer PP66S14L 6in., FLATBED TRUCKS: 2005 Ford F450 (s/a), 16 PICKUPS: 2005 Ford F250 (4x4), 2007-(2) 2006(2) 2005-2004 Ford F150 (4x4), 2006 GMC 3500, (2) 2006 GMC 2500 (4x4), (3) 2006 GMC 1500, 2006 Chevy 2500 (4x4), TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2005 Ledwell 12ft. (t/a), 12 UTILITY VEHICLES: (2) 2007 Kubota RTV900W (2) 2007- (2) 2006-2005 JD Gators, (2) 2007 EZ-Go ST350, 2007 Kawasaki KAF620-J, 2006 IR XRT1500.

Address: 1002 Clay Court, Deer Park, TX 77536. LOCATION: At the Hertz Facility in Deer Park.

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ODESSA, TEXAS NOTE: Selling in this sale will be a fantastic lineup of late model construction, aerial & support equipment from 3 national rental fleets plus one Cat Rental Store. HILITES INCLUDE: 10 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 324DL, (4) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, 2008 Cat 315DL, 2005 Kobelco SK330LC-6, 2005 Kobelco SK210LC-6, 2005 Bobcat 341G, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: 2007 Cat 322CL, 7 MOTOR GRADERS: 2010 Cat 140M, (2) 2005-2000 Cat 140H, (2) Cat 130G, Cat 12G, 6 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007 Komatsu WA250-5L, (2) 2005 Case 721D, Case 721B, (2) Cat 938G, 2005 JD 644J, TOOL CARRIERS: 2007 Cat IT38G, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2009 Cat D8T, 2011 Cat D6TXW, 2007 Cat D6RXL, Cat D6R, Cat D6R, (2) 2008 Cat D3KXL, (2) 2008 Cat D3KLT, Komatsu D65P-8, 2005 Komatsu D61PX-15, 8 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (4) 2008 Cat 416E (4x4), 2005- (2) 2004 Case 580M (4x4), 2004 JD 310G (4x4), 7 ASPHALT ROLLER: (2)Cat CB334EXL, (3) 2004 IR DD24, 2005 IR DD14S, Hypac C75DX, 5 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (3) 2006 IR SD100D, 2006 IR SD70D, 2005 IR SD45D, RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Bobcat T300, (2) 2007 Bobcat T250, 6 SKID STEERS: (2) 2008 Cat 226B-II/ over-the-tire Tracks, (2) 2008 Cat 226B-II, (2) 2005 Bobcat S175, 8 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2008 Cat TL1055, 2005 JLG 10054, 2007 JLG G9-43A, 2006 Gradall 534D-9, 2005 Genie TH644C, (2) 2005 Dieci XRM6.221, 2005 JCB 520-40, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2005 Case 586G, 4 BOOM LIFTS: Genie S60 (4x4), 2006 Genie S40 4x4), 20052004 Genie Z45/25 (4x4), 5 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2005 JLG 2646ES, (2) 2005 Genie GS1930, (2) Skyjack SJ3219, 2 TRENCHERS: 2005 DitchWitch RT40, 2005 DitchWitch 1330H, AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 IR P185WJD, 10 LIGHT PLANTS: (4) 2006 Genie TML4000, 2006-2005 IR LS6kw, 2005 Doosan/ IR Lightsource 4000watt, 2005 Wacker LTC4L, (2)2005 Magnum MLT3060, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTOR: 2005 Case 570MXT (4x4), 5 WATER TRUCKS: (2)2006 IH 8600 (t/a), 2005 Freightliner M2 106MD (t/a), 2003-2001 Sterling (s/a), SWEEPERS: 2005 Lay-Mor 6HC, DUMP TRUCK: 2005 Ford F650, 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: (2) 2005 Ford F550, 2004 Ford F450, PICKUPS: 2004 Ford F150, WATER TRAILER: 2005 C&I Waterdog 500gal., ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: Cat 78in. Grapple Bucket, New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Easy Kleen Magnum Gold Pressure Washers, Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Pump, New Jackhammer Hose, New Discharge Water Hose, New Stiff Ball Trailer Hitch, New Plate Compactor, New Hammer Drills, New Concrete Vibrator, New Demo Saw, Air Spray Gun Kits, Electric Welder, Pintle Hitches. Address:(Lightning Oilfield Services) 8000 E. I-20 West Odessa, TX 79762.

DIRECTIONS: From IAH International Airport: JFK Blvd. 3.1 miles, merge onto Sam Houston Tollway E/ Texas 8 Beltway E via ramp on the left 24.1 miles, exit toward TX-225/ Deer Park/Houston .3 miles. Merge onto East Sam Houston Pkwy S/ Texas 8 Beltway S, left onto Pasadena Freeway Frontage Rd. .2 miles. Take ramp on left onto TX225 E 3.1 miles. Take exit toward Battleground Rd. .2 miles, merge onto Pasadena Freeway Frontage Rd. .2 miles. Right onto S Battleground Rd. .3 miles, 1st right onto Thirteenth St., 1st right onto Clay Ct. .2 miles. Site on right.

DIRECTIONS: From Midland Airport: Take TX-217 Loop toward Wright Drive, keep straight onto TX-40 Loop/ Loop 40 .4 miles. Left onto FM-1788/ N FM 1788 1.2 miles. Right onto I-20 W/ I-20 Service Rd./ W Interstate 20E. Take ramp left – follow signs for I-20 West. At exit 112, go right and follow signs for FM-1936 .2 miles. Left onto I-20W 1.6 miles.

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Johnny Paiz Jr. Passes Away, 55 Johnny Paiz Jr., 55, died Sept. 9 at his home surrounded by his family and friends. Mr. Paiz was born Aug. 14, 1957, to Johnny and Josie Paiz in Portales, N.M. He graduated from Dora High School in 1975 and on June 27, 1981, he married Jeanell Sharp in Moriarty, N.M. They made their home in Portales. Mr. Paiz was employed by Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers selling industrial equipment worldwide. He was active in the show cattle industry and an avid supporter of the New Mexico Breed Steer Show at the New Mexico State Fair. Mr. Paiz is survived by his wife, daughter Jewlie (Justin) Kerns, son Kody Paiz and a granddaughter, Zoey Kerns. He also is survived by his parents, siblings Larry (Josephine) Paiz, Kathy Paiz and Pete (Mary) Paiz, numerous nieces and nephews, and all his Ritchie Brothers family. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Sixto and Euginia Paiz, and Victor and Antonia Chavez. Memorial contributions may be made to Johnny Paiz New Mexico Breed Steer Scholarship Fund, First Financial Credit Union, 700 W. 2nd, Portales, New Mexico 88130

Calif. Crane Operator Unearths 10-in. Brian Wahlster Prehistoric Woolly Mammoth Tooth Joins Bar None SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A woolly mammoth tooth with its enamel still intact has been discovered during the excavation for a new transit center in downtown San Francisco. A crane operator came across the 10-in.-long brown, black and beige tooth on Sept. 10 while digging a 200-ft. hole for a piling at the Transbay Transit Center. Woolly mammoths, elephant-like animals, roamed the San Francisco Bay area some 10 million to 15 million years ago in the Pleistocene era. The tooth is broken in two and missing a chunk, but is otherwise in relatively good condition. “It’s a significant find,” Jim Allen, a paleontologist and geologist of the transit center project, told the San Francisco Chronicle. Other woolly mammoth fossils have been found in the Bay area, including in San Francisco, but Allen said the discovery right in the middle of downtown San Francisco as well as the tooth’s surprisingly good condition are unusual. The tooth is from the same era as fossils found in the La Brea Tar Pits in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles — a paleontological gold mine of Ice Age beasts that were trapped by asphalt bubbling upward through cracks and fissures. More than a million bones have been recovered from the ponds. The tooth appears to be from a Columbian mammoth, a relative of today’s elephants, Allen said.

Brandon Valasik, the crane operator who made the discovery, told the Chronicle he was digging through sand about 110 ft. down when he noticed what resembled a rock

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Bar None Auction, a commercial truck and heavy equipment auction, has named Brian Wahlster general manager with operational and sales responsibilities of its Sacramento auction site. “Brian brings over eight years of proven heavy equipment industry experience to Bar None Auction,” said Zeb Seidel, president of Bar None Auction. “His mix of leadership skills, expertise and energy are exactly what is needed to run a multi-million dollar monthly public auction.” Brandon Valasik Prior to joining Bar None Auction, Wahlster worked for Crane Operator such companies as RDO Equipment and Red Mountain Machinery. He has held such positions as manager, account manager, inside sales and dispatcher. Wahlster also helped start BikeBandit.com. but had an unusual shape and color. “I am very excited to be joining Bar None Auction as gen“It looked too perfect to be a rock,” he said. eral manager of the Sacramento branch,” said Wahlster. Valasik stopped digging and called over a boss, who took “There is more demand than ever for the opportunity to buy pictures and sent them to Allen. The transit center construction site also has yielded other and sell heavy equipment at competitive prices. Our monthtreasures, including a gold nugget and artifacts from Irish ly public auctions create an exciting and competitive bidding neighborhoods that stood there in the 1800s. environment that benefits both buyers and sellers.” For more information, visit www.barnoneauction.com.

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

ALEX LYON & SONS INC

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................47

HOUSTON TX / ODESSA TX.................................57

IRON PLANET................................................................61

BAIR PRODUCTS INC...................................................31

JCB INC .....................................................................22,23

BAR NONE AUCTION....................................................59

JFW EQUIPMENT INC...................................................38

BID SPOTTER................................................................60

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BOBCAT COMPANY ......................................................29

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER..........................................63

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KAWASAKI......................................................................19

CAT AUCTION SERVICES ............................................55

KOBELCO..................................................................20,21

CEG SCALE MODELS...................................................10

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..........................24,25,48,49

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CLM EQUIPMENT CO INC..............................................2

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MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS....................................39

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WIRTGEN AMERICA .....................................................37

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PO Box 31388 Amarillo TX 79120 800/658-9868 806/335-3932 Fax Lubbock TX 800/658-9878 Odessa TX 800/658-9888 Abilene TX 800/592-4468

San Angelo TX 800/658-9130 Wichita Falls, TX 877/658-9877 Enid OK 800/522-0385 Tulsa OK 800/375-5926 McAlester OK 800/329-2555


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Cate Equipment Co. www.cateequipment.com Boise, ID 208.884.0500 Pocatello, ID 208.232.7001 Salt Lake City, UT 801.973.2900 Gillette, WY 307.682.0571

Bane Machinery www.banemachinery.com Dallas, TX 214.352.2468 Tyler, TX 903.597.6641 Fort Worth, TX 817.847.5894

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Doggett Heavy Machinery Services www.doggettmachinery.com Victoria, TX 361.570.6666 Corpus Christi, TX 361.289.0727 Brownsville, TX 956.831.9377 Pharr, TX 956.787.0001

Modern Machinery www.modernmachinery.com Missoula, MT 800.332.1617 Kalispell, MT 800.434.4190 Billings, MT 800.735.2589

Pape Machinery, Inc. www.papemachinery.com Sparks, NV 775.353.0440 Fowler, CA 559.834.4774 Newark, CA 510.790.3600 Rohnert Park, CA 707.584.9161 Gilroy, CA 408.848.4150 French Camp, CA 209.983.8122 Sacramento, CA 916.922.7181 Redding, CA 530.241.4555 Portland, OR 503.289.1103

Pape Machinery, Inc., cnt’d. Tangent, OR 541.812.0207 Eugene, OR 541.484.5424 Central Point, OR 541.772.4706 Klamath Falls, OR 541.884.5683 Bend, OR 541.389.5869 Kent, WA 206.575.0140 Mt. Vernon, WA 360.424.3291 Tacoma, WA 253.922.8718 Kelso, WA 360.575.9959 Wentachee, WA 509.664.1265 Yakima, WA 509.248.7910

Rowand Machinery Co. www.rowand.com Spokane, WA 509.838.5252 Pasco, WA 509.547.8813 Hayden, ID 208.762.2657

Tom Growney Equip., Inc. www.growneyinc.com El Paso, TX 915.598.1133 Albuquerque, NM 505.884.2900 Farmington, NM 505.326.1101 Hobbs, NM 505.392.6923

Wyoming Equipment www.coloradoequipment.net Cheyenne, WY 307.638.8669

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