There’s a saying I like — you can do a small job with a big machine, but not vice versa. Not enough contractors realize those words apply to high-reach excavators. The result: They miss out on an opportunity. Whether you are
We can talk about lift capacity, digging reach and smooth controls, but if your excavator is not running then you’re not working. Design factors that affect excavator durability are often small and can be easy to overlook — until something
If you are involved in any phase of road construction, then an excavator is a probably a staple of your fleet. In this competitive segment, it is more critical than ever to have equipment that will adapt as situations change.
Buying excavators, wheel loaders and other construction equipment at auction offers an opportunity to score a good value on quality equipment. That’s why auctions, like the Ritchie Bros. Auction in Orlando that starts Feb. 18, can draw huge crowds. Of course,
When you’re looking for a new excavator, it’s easy to focus on the equipment’s power, capabilities and price. But those are not the only things to keep in mind. You will also want to evaluate the machine’s serviceability features. Different manufacturers