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Transporting Your Heavy Equipment From Job To Job

Some heavy equipment machines use tracks rather than wheels. These machines cannot be driven on standard roads for several reasons. First, they are fairly slow moving, secondly, and more importantly, they could cause serious damage to the surface. A third reason is simple size. Some heavy equipment is just too wide to drive down a highway without causing major traffic…

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Hard Surfacing: What Is It, and Why do I Need It?

You've heard them before..., "Bulldozers, Graders, Excavators, Backhoe. Words like these conjure up images of toughness and invincibility..., of endurance and cold hard steel. Without seeing it for yourself, you wouldn't guess that massive machines would wear away from moving a bit of dirt around. After all, these are the tools that we use to move mountains, dam rivers, and…

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