• Cat® 303E CR vs. Bobcat E32

    Nov 17, 2021
    303E CR Excavator digging a hole

    If you're looking to buy a mini excavator, comparing the powerful Cat 303E CR vs. the Bobcat E32 is worth the time for your operations. With a new mini excavator, you can handle a wide range of site requirements with increased efficiency and reliable performance for the job. 

    So when you're considering your options, which better fits your applications? Some key performance metrics and features can help you identify what's right for you.

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  • Cat® 308E2 CR vs. Bobcat E85

    Nov 14, 2021
    308CR moving a pipe

    If you're in the market for a new mini hydraulic excavator, the Cat 308E2 CR and the Bobcat E85 are two popular options currently on the market. Both pieces of equipment deliver power and versatility for your operational requirements, and they're worth comparing to ensure you get a machine that fits your needs.

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  • Cat 304E2 CR vs. Bobcat E42

    Nov 04, 2021
    304e2 mini excavator working in a ditch

    As two of the leading options in the industry, the Cat 304E2 CR and the Bobcat E42 offer advanced capabilities and user-friendly features to handle your applications. How do they stack up against each other? We've compared the two to help you evaluate the best fit for your operational requirements.

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  • Cat 304E2® CR vs. Kubota KX040

    Oct 25, 2021
    Cat 304e2 Mini excavator

    If you're looking to buy a mini excavator, you might be looking at the Cat 304E2 CR and the Kubota KX040. As two leading equipment options for your mini excavator requirements, the Cat 304E2 CR and Kubota KX040 are worth an in-depth comparison to help determine the best machine for your needs. Explore our side-by-side evaluation of key features and decide which works best for your operations.

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  • Cat® 289D3 vs. Bobcat T770

    Sep 29, 2021
    289d3 moving stones

    A compact track loader (CTL) is the perfect machine for performing various earthmoving tasks in confined areas where the footing and terrain are less than ideal. The high-flotation rubber tracks enable the CTL to produce less ground pressure than its skid steer loader cousin. The low center of gravity also delivers more stability when working in treacherous underfoot conditions. 

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  • Cat® 259D3 vs. Kubota SVL65-2

    Sep 23, 2021
    259d3 hauling Dirt


    Are you looking to add a compact track loader (CTL) to your equipment fleet? These compact, versatile machines look and function much like a skid steer loader, but there is one significant difference. The CTL possesses high-flotation rubber tracks, enabling it to maneuver flawlessly on softer, more sensitive terrain. 

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  • Cat® 289D3 vs. Bobcat T76

    Sep 08, 2021
    Cat 289d3 moving dirt

    A compact track loader (CTL) is a valuable multipurpose machine that performs well on soft underfoot conditions that larger, bulkier machines can't navigate. Because of its smaller size and excellent maneuverability, you can use your compact track loader in confined areas with limited operating space. And it's hard to beat a compact track loader's versatility — it's compatible with numerous attachments like buckets, rakes, brooms, hammers and many others. 

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  • Maintenance Tips for Your Commercial Backup Generator

    Aug 29, 2021
    Commercial Generator Service

    Backup generators are an essential part of protecting your business from grid failure and natural disasters. Still, most companies don't check or maintain them as rigorously as their main generators. With a regular maintenance routine, you can extend the life of your commercial backup generator and prevent extensive downtime in the future. By following these commercial generator maintenance tips, you can keep your machine running flawlessly for years.

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  • What You Need to Know Before Renting a Boom Lift

    Jul 25, 2021
    JLG Boom/Man Lift in Use

    Boom lifts, also called aerial lifts, man lifts or cherry pickers, are a valuable resource for construction workers, electrical linemen, warehouse employees and many others. They are a crucial component of completing many types of work projects.

    Boom lifts are heavy pieces of equipment, and there are many techniques and safety elements that you should understand before renting a lift. If you're not familiar with the aerial equipment family, here's what you need to know before renting a boom lift. 

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  • 5 Tips for Selling Your Generator

    Jul 02, 2021
    Sell your Industrial Generator

    How Do I Sell my Used Generator?

    If you're wondering how to sell a used commercial or industrial generator, there are several tips you can follow to ensure a stress-free selling experience for you and your potential buyers: 


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  • Reducing Energy Costs of Your Generator Set

    Jun 22, 2021

    Cat generator SetWith a bit of planning and strategy, you can significantly reduce your generator sets' energy expenses. When you set out to decrease your power costs, you save money and increase your company's reputation as a sustainable and forward-thinking brand. Through initiatives such as performing preventative maintenance, buying the proper generators, shaving peak energy hours and using steam power, you can lower generator energy costs and increase your machine's capacity.

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  • Advantages of Using Small Equipment for Landscaping

    May 21, 2021

    landscaper with cat skid steerIn today's construction market, compact equipment is one of the most cost-effective investments you can make in your company. Recent technological advances have enabled compact equipment to compete with larger machinery concerning load capacity while maintaining superior maneuverability on the job site.

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  • A Guide to Choosing the Right Aerial Lift Rental for Your Job

    Apr 12, 2021
    Mustang CAT Aerial Lift Choosing the right aerial lift rental can feel high-stakes, especially if you’re a first-time renter. Different units are ideal for different applications, such as indoors versus outdoors, job site conditions and height. The first step is to consider the environment of your job site. From there, think about what materials you’ll be lifting and the various safety factors involved in operating heavy equipment.
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  • Dependable Equipment That Will Help Your Landscaping Business

    Feb 17, 2021
    Cat Equipment for Landscaping

    Landscaping businesses require durable equipment to take on new opportunities and ensure residential and commercial properties turn out according to plan. If you operate in this industry, having access to genuine Cat® machines allows you to adapt to sudden changes throughout an assignment while maintaining peak productivity.

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  • Compact Construction Equipment Maintenance Checklist

    Jan 22, 2021
    Skid steer loader Service

    Regular compact equipment maintenance can be the difference between a fleet that serves you well and one that is constantly costing you money. Business owners often think that if a service sticker says they have time before a follow-up appointment, they're in the clear. However, that's not always the case.

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