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Used 2008 Terex CMI P

2008 Terex CMI PR-165 in good overall condition with 1,051 hours. 4 Wheel Drive/4 Wheel Steer, 24" Cutting head, Can Mill up to 12" Deep, New Lower Conveyer Belt, Upper Conveyer Belt Good Condition, New Computer Installed, 2 Stage front loading/folding conveyor system, 12'6" Discharge Height, Cut Speed 105 ft/per min, Machine is in good working order, Well maintained unit

  • Manufacturer Terex CMI
  • Model PR-165
  • Category Asphalt / pavers / concrete equipment
Used 2008 TEREX CMI R

LIKE NEW CONDITION, ONLY WORKED IN DIRT, ALL CARBIDE TIPPED TEETH, 16 IN CUT, 4X4 , 4 WHEEL STEER, USED FOR SOIL STABILIZING ONLY, NEVER WORKED AS A RECLAIMER, ALL OF THE CARBIDE ARE LIKE NEW. CALL ROBB EINHAUS AT 210 355 5173

  • Manufacturer TEREX CMI
  • Model RS425C
  • Category Asphalt pavers
Used 2014 Terex Finla

2014 Terex Finlay J-1175 Mobile Jaw Crusher 42'' x 30'' With Magnet Magnet Used For Sale Crushers for Sale The 2014 Terex Finlay J-1175 mobile jaw crusher comes equipped with a 42”X30” jaw chamber, a variable feeder, 11.7 cubic yard hopper, hydraulically folding sides, a heavy duty vibrating feeder, a bypass conveyor, and both wired and wireless remotes to give you control when and where you need it. This particular model also comes with the the by-pass conveyor and magnet options. It's equipped with a Tier 4 Scania DC 9 engine that has only 525 hours on it. This machine measures 47'8"x9'6"x11'6" and weighs in at 118,000 pounds. In the video above, this Finlay is crushing blue granite. This is very hard rock, and as you can tell, these are large pieces. As you can imagine, if the J-1175 can make short work of blue granite, you can be sure that it can handle anything else you throw at it in everyday use. Also used in rock mining. A machine this new with so few hours won't be around long at this price. Terex was spun off from General Motors in 1968 as part of an antitrust settlement. What began as GM's castoffs -- in this case, off-highway trucks -- would soon become a major player in the construction equipment industry. Randolph W. Lenz purchased Terex in 1986, and before too long, it would be the parent company for more than fifty other companies, covering every facet of the construction industry. Companies like Cedarapids, Powerscreen, and CMI Roadbuilding are all part of the Terex portfolio, and mean that the company has a presence nearly anywhere there's heavy work to be done.

  • Manufacturer Terex
  • Model Finlay J-1175 Mobile Jaw Crusher 42'' x 30'' With Magnet
  • Category Screeners