Viewing entries posted in November 2014

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Felling Trailers Celebrates its 40th Anniversary

Posted by on 20 November 2014


You could say it was destiny. Merle Felling demonstrated his knack for trailer design at the tender age of 10, when he built his first trailer out of metal from a hay loader, adding wheels from a horse mower. He used the trailer on the family farm to haul rocks and hay bales to the barn.

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The Eight Elements of Preventive Maintenance for your Construction Equipment

Posted by on 18 November 2014

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Construction equipment owners and operators sometimes think of preventive maintenance in terms of "lube, oil and filters." But if you expect to get the longest, most productive life from a piece of equipment, it's important to think holistically about total cost of ownership. That starts the day you buy the machine and lasts until you dispose of it.

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Terex Skid Steer Loaders are Compact & Capable Machines | How Will They Benefit Your Next Job?

Posted by on 14 November 2014

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The more work you can do with a single piece of equipment, the greater your return on investment will be over time. When you need a skid steer that is compact yet proficient, efficient and reliable, you should think Terex. The company offers a full line of skid steer loaders with 50 to 85 hp that round out their compact equipment product portfolio. There are four radial lift path models and five vertical lift path models.

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Cut Back on Fuel Costs by Finding The Best RPM for Your Engine

Posted by on 6 November 2014

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When it comes to reducing fuel costs, there's nothing sweeter than your engine's sweet spot. Watching your tachometer more closely can help you drive in that sweet spot -- the RPM where your engine runs most efficiently.

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