CASE launches CASE LIVE platform

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CASE Construction Equipment is launching CASE LIVE — a new broadcast and engagement platform with live events and educational sessions delivering topics that include equipment fleet management, acquisition strategies, new technologies, operational tips and new product launches. A list of planned events, and an archive of events and broadcasts held to date, can be found at CaseCE.com/LIVE.

The first official event as CASE LIVE will be a new webcast on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 10 a.m. CST held with CNH Industrial Capital titled “Finance Solutions to Help Grow Your Business” — focusing on ways for equipment buyers to wisely invest in equipment and solutions for long-term growth. Topics covered will include advice on loan versus lease; the benefits of bundling additional warranty coverage; how to set up a payment schedule that mirrors business needs; and tips on how to quote more effectively based on expenses.

Those interested in participating can register by clicking here.

The next scheduled webcast — Fluids & Filters to Optimize Machine Performance — will be held March 24 at 10 a.m. CST. Interested participants can register by clicking here.

“Communication with contractors and owner/operators — and the availability of platforms that encourage discussion on best practices — is more important than ever,” said Athena Campos, head of market development, CASE. “Our CASE LIVE platform will evolve to co-exist with in-person events in the future so that we can extend our ability to share ideas and information.”

Visit CaseCE.com/LIVE for a schedule of upcoming webcasts and events, and to register for the upcoming webcast on finance solutions for equipment buyers. The webcast will include an initial discussion of acquisition and financing strategies, followed by a live Q&A with the audience and presenters.

For more information on CASE, and the entire lineup of CASE equipment, visit CaseCE.com.  

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SavATree acquires Big Twigs in Michigan

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY – SavATree, which provides professional tree, shrub and lawn care, has acquired Big Twigs Arboricultural Services of Orion, Michigan. This will become SavATree’s second office in Michigan and 51st branch office.

Big Twigs has operated in the Metro Detroit tri-county area with general tree care and plant health care services. In addition to the current service offerings, clients will now have access to a wider range of services including professional lawn care, tick and mosquito treatments, deer deterrents, organic options and consulting services.

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“We’re thrilled to join forces with Big Twigs, a reputable company known for outstanding service,” said SavATree CEO Carmine Schiavone. “Building density in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties will provide clients with an enhanced portfolio of services as we continue to uphold an environmentally responsible approach.”

“SavATree shares our same philosophy and commitment to high-quality standards, making this a great fit," said Big Twigs owner Jon Knowlden. "I am confident that we will continue to provide our customers with top quality services.”

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Coxreels debuts Extreme Duty XTM Series

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For years, Coxreels has supplied heavy-duty reels with triple axle supports and solid ¼” plate bases for demanding applications and environments. Coxreels is now introducing the Extreme Duty XTM Series spring rewind reel.

Born from the coalescing fires of the highest strength springs, stainless steel rollers, dual sintered bronze bearings, multiple axle supports and welded box frames, the XTM Extreme Duty Reel combines multiple features into a robust reel solution. As with all Coxreels spring rewind reels, the XTM Series is made in the U.S.

Based on the TMP T-Series Medium Pressure product line, the XTM uses the pinnacle of all options available in the Coxreels lineup with some unique features for extra rugged environments. All sizes of the XTM Series feature stainless steel rollers directly integrated into the all-welded steel box frame.

All sizes of the XTM Series utilize dual permanently lubricated bearings, rigidly fixing the drum assembly to the solid 1” steel axle for consistent stability even in the most vibratory and impacting environments, while still maintaining an external fluid path for easy service. Special features such as swivel retainers, which prevent unwanted vibratory loosening of threaded components, and easily accessible ratcheting mechanisms are included. High temperature, steel core arbors transfer the extra powerful heavy duty spring motor torque to the multiple supported axle ensuring reliable rewind in odd positions or dirty situations.

Available in pressure ranges up to 5000 PSI, and dedicated hose solutions such as suction hose, DEF hose, gasoline or fuel hose, the XTM is the solution for high-demand applications.

For more information on Coxreels, visit www.coxreels.com.

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Hustler Super Z 60" – low hours – SW Iowa

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Selling my Hustler mower. Absolutely nothing wrong with it, I just like to upgrade every 5 years. This is a 2016 model year but I purchased it early in 2017. List price was $13,812. It only has 79 hours on the Kohler 29 hp. EFI engine. I just installed a new $110 battery. This would be a perfect mower for any landscaper who wants a commercial mower with low hours. Save money with no sales tax as well. I’ll take $8250 cash.
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Hustler Super Z 60" – low hours – SW Iowa

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Advice appreciated on this first patio

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I’ve posted about this project’s plantings in another forum. Advice greatly appreciated.
Client wants this courtyard scaped with flagstone in the center, within the white lines. Ornamental plantings will be on the perimeter.

The flagstones are 2.5” thick. In the distance you can see the driveway and it’s slope. That’s a 3” drop from right to left over a distance of 9’.
There will be an iron fence and gate installed at that end later. The gate will be on the left in the picture. The…

Advice appreciated on this first patio

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Vermeer announces minority ownership investment Of MultiOne

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PELLA, Iowa – Vermeer Corporation has purchased a minority equity investment in MultiOne, a manufacturer of compact articulated loaders.

This investment comes a year after Vermeer entered a distribution agreement with MultiOne to supply Vermeer-branded loaders to be sold, serviced and supported exclusively through Vermeer dealers across North America and the Caribbean.

Building on the early success of last year’s agreement, distribution of Vermeer-branded loaders produced by MultiOne will now expand to Vermeer dealers worldwide beginning this year. MultiOne will also continue to provide blue, MultiOne-branded loaders through its existing distribution partners outside North America.

“We are excited to take our partnership with MultiOne to this next level,” said Doug Hundt, president of Vermeer Industrial Solutions. “The demand for compact loaders is growing worldwide, and this puts Vermeer in a great position with a lineup of proven products, attachments and dealers to help our customers reduce their labor needs and get more important work done.”

MultiOne will continue under the leadership of Fiorenza Carraro and Stefano Zanini, with global holdings company, Lifco, taking on majority ownership. Its main operations and manufacturing will remain headquartered in Vicenza, Italy.

Learn more at vermeer.com.

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Toro 44” Belt Drive

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So currently I mow lawns around my Nieghbor as most of you know. I use my almost new Hyperdrive. My parents have my little brother using a Lowe’s crap tractor, after 4 seasons of use it’s finally blowing seals and leaking oil so they are wanting to replace it, so my brother has a mower to mow our lawn.

I just found a 44” Belt drive, TBar I think toro walk behind for $500. It’s pretty close by too so that wouldn’t be a problem. Do y’all think a preteen guy with decent skill could learn to…

Toro 44” Belt Drive

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Is renting a dump trailer as a dumpster a bad idea?

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I just bought a 16,000 pound dump trailer primarily for my own business use but I was considering hauling trash on the side. The upside is an easy buck. The downside is trailer damage or not getting paid. So just to be clear I’m not letting anyone tow my trailer. I drop it off, remove the hitch, they load and I pick it back up in the allotted time. Has anyone tried this? I was thinking like $350 to pickup/drop off for 2 days and up to 2 tons included.

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Rain Bird CEO dies

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AZUSA, Calif. – Anthony W. “Tony” LaFetra, president and CEO of Rain Bird Corporation, passed away on Jan. 29, 2021.

LaFetra led the company’s transformation from a manufacturer of brass impact sprinklers, primarily used in agriculture, to a provider of irrigation products used worldwide in landscapes, golf courses, sports fields and farms.

LaFetra joined the business in 1964, first serving as a plant manager and later taking on the roles of vice president of sales and marketing, and then executive vice president. In 1978, he succeeded his mother, Rain Bird’s co-founder, Mary E. LaFetra, as president and CEO.

His tenure was highlighted by innovations that revolutionized the irrigation industry, from the world’s first computerized central control system for irrigation management in the 1970s to the launch of subsurface drip irrigation to save water and reduce the need for herbicides.

LaFetra was an advocate for education. He earned bachelor’s and MBA degrees from Stanford University. He was a life-long learner and placed high value on the education of Rain Bird employees.

Outside of Rain Bird, LaFetra sat on the boards of directors of several universities. He most recently sat on the Board of Trustees at the University of La Verne, and he donated to establish the LaFetra College of Education.

He was also passionate about giving back to the community. LaFetra supported many organizations, including but not limited to, the Theodore Payne Foundation, Citrus College Foundation, California Native Plants Society and the United Way.

In his free time, LaFetra enjoyed fishing and hiking and the botany of the Southern California deserts and mountains. On weekends he would escape to his cabin in the nearby mountains, where he was known to enjoy improving his property using his bulldozer.

LaFetra is survived by his two children, Suzanne LaFetra Collier and Michael LaFetra; his sister, Sarah Lynne Ludwick; his brother-in-law, Art Ludwick; as well as four grandchildren. 

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Looking to buy a used silverado, any tips?

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Looking to buy a used silverado 03-06. Just seeing if anyone has experience with this truck, how you like it, things to look for, common issues and or other recommendations for a good work truck under 10k.

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