Equipment Roundup: New graders balance simplicity with power; Diesel Chevy Silverado 1500 test drive; LiuGong’s new high-production loader; 8 landscaping attachments; Jarraff quad track trimmer

Updated Jul 17, 2019

Jarraff quad track tree trimmer delivers added capability, pinpoint precision in right of way work

Tree trimming is a challenging job in the best of circumstances and Jarraff Industries has introduced a new quad track model of its All-Terrain Tree Trimmer to make that work more productive.


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These 8 attachments make quick work of landscaping tasks

Whether it’s moving rocks and debris, hacking through brush and trees, or removing stumps, these eight attachments will turn your excavator or loader into a landscaping machine.


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LiuGong intros new high-production 877H wheel loader

LiuGong’s new 877H wheel loader for the North American market is designed to handle seven-day-a-week, 8-hour-a-day rock and dirt loading and unloading.

With a bucket size of 5.5 cubic yards, the high-production loader is powered by a 331-horsepower Tier 4 Final Cummins QSL9 engine. It has an operating weight of 54,000 pounds.


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Test Drive: 2020 Silverado 1500 with 3L diesel delivers ample power, quick torque

Quiet, powerful, comfortable and fuel-efficient.

Chevy‘s foray into the light-duty diesel pickup segment will turn plenty of heads.


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With new motor graders, OEMs balance need for easy operation with pleasing veteran operators

Selecting the right motor grader for building a road depends upon a variety of factors.

“In general, it really comes down to the job size, the material, the ground conditions, the ground pressure, the price point for the customers,” says Luke Kurth, John Deere product marketing manager, motor graders.

“It’s a very regional thing. Every customer, every area has their popular sizes in what they’re looking for and the room they have to work with.”


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