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Because Construction Equipment Can’t Fly
There’s a right way and a wrong way to transport heavy equipment. By George Leposky (January/February 2007 Vol 9, No 1)

Breaking Rocks and Other Hard Stuff
For a contractor involved in C&D work, the challenge is to choose the right machine for a particular job, and to stay abreast of improvements in technology. By George Leposky (September/October 2006 Vol 8, No 6)

Conquering the Complexity of Excavator Bucket Controls
Remember Mike Mulligan and his steam shovel, Mary Anne? By George Leposky (July/August 2006 Vol 8, No 5)

Improper Loading:The Quickest Way to Ruin a Trailer
Some improper loading is a consequence of buying the wrong trailer for the loads its user intends to haul.
By George Leposky (January/February 2006 Vol 8, No 1)

Push and Pull
“Technology forcing” will hasten compliance with clean-air standards for nonroad diesel engines.
By George Leposky (November/December 2005 Vol 7, No 7)

Practical Advice for Hauling Heavy Equipment
Just as piloting a cargo ship differs from paddling a canoe, so driving a big rig differs from driving the family car.
By George Leposky (September/October 2005 Vol 7, No 6)

A Weighty Dilemma: Own or Rent Heavy-Equipment Trailers? by George Leposky (January/February 2005 Vol 7, No 1)

 

 

 

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