Hot Line Construction Equipment Guide provides pertinent specifications on most makes and models of heavy construction equipment. The models listed are primarily operator-mounted or controlled. Equipment is listed under its original brand name. Refer to the cross-reference index to find the current manufacturers name.
The specifications provided are intended as a guideline to determine machine class, size, and capacity. They are given as standard-equipped with averaged capacity ratings.
Information provided in this section was obtained directly from the manufacturer whenever possible. In cases that the manufacturers are unwilling or unable to provide that information, it was derived through industry research. Hot Line Construction Equipment Guide will not be held responsible for errors, inconsistencies or misuse of the information herein.
The primary purpose of a serial number is to give a specific unit its own identification. No two pieces of equipment are numbered the same, thus providing the equipment owner a means of identification and proof of ownership.
Serial numbers may also provide useful information about the equipment. Some manufacturers attach a prefix or series designation to the serial number, indicating perhaps geographic origin or special features of the equipment.
Finally, serial numbers can be used to identify the age of the equipment. The methods of numbering the units vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Some assign numbers according to the year the equipment was actually built; others assign numbers when the finished equipment is shipped out of the plant.
Serial numbers published in Hot Line Construction Equipment Guide are obtained directly from the manufacturer whenever possible. In cases that the manufacturer is unwilling or unable to give that information, the numbers are derived from industry research. Hot Line Construction Equipment Guide will not be held responsible for errors, inconsistencies or misuse of the information herein.
The Price Guide section includes the most active brands and models of equipment on the market.
Pricing information is derived from industry research, primarily sourced from equipment advertised in the marketplace. Resale price at which that specific model is advertised. Loan value is a formulated average, accounting for depreciation, demand and liquidity for specific models of equipment.
The average auction price was calculated using auction results gathered nationwide over the past two years.
All of the information contained in the price guide has been assembled from the best available sources and is believed to be a reliable guide. Hot Line Construction Equipment Guide will not be held responsible for any errors, inconsistencies or misuse of the data herein.
Manufacturers Cross Reference:
Due to numerous mergers, acquisitions and name changes in past years, this reference index will help you identify and locate manufacturers based on their current or previous names.
A useful tool to help you determine which country your piece of Caterpillar Equipment was manufactured.