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STIHL Handheld Leaf Blower - BG 86 »
Air Velocity - Flat Attachment 190 mph./Round Attachment 154 mph.
3001 Wheel Dumper »
Four-Wheel Drive
55' Telehandler, JLG® - G10-55A »
Maximum Lift Height - 55 ft., Maximum Lift Capacity - 10,000 lbs.
1150 Wheel Loader »
Weight - 13,007 lb.
Modular Trench Shields »
Aluminum Trench Shield Components
8 cu. ft., Mortar Mixer - MM-858H-S »
Engine - Honda® GX240, Weight - 605 lbs.
STX-26 Stump Grinder »
Cutting Depth - 12.5 ins. below grade; Cutting Wheel - 3/4 in. thick
Wheeled Excavator - 9503 »
Digging Depth - 12 ft., Weight - 21,517 lb.

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Designed for time and money-saving efficiency, this attachment lets operators fill trenches in a single pass. Two sets of opposing augers direct the spoils from the sides of the trench back into the hole, while the filler levels off the work area - and fluffs the turf on each side of the trench - minimizing its footprint.

For the toughest landscaping challenges, professionals turn to Stihl's most powerful handheld leaf blower, the BG 86. It features a fuel-efficient, low-emission gasoline-powered engine, and includes both flat and round nozzle attachments for better job versatility.

The brand new GEHL R series radial-lift skid loader is designed for comfort, easy operation and powerful performance. The spacious cabin offers joystick and foot controls, armrests, side-folding restraint bar and enhanced 360-degree views of the workspace.  

In order to top the immensely popular MS 270, Stihl had to dig deep in order to create a chainsaw that would blend technology, perfomance, and ease of use into a high quality product. Enter the MS 271.

No matter the terrain or type of job, the 800 Series boom lifts from JLG will help you get the job done. The 80' articulating boom lift provides superior access and speed, extending from the ground to 80 feet in less than 50 seconds.