Buying Heavy Equipment
You know how much of a hassle it can be to find and buy the piece of heavy equipment you need to get the job done. Auctions take time, dealers take money. And if you buy it through a lot of websites or papers you’re lucky to get a couple photographs. TuffWerx takes the hassle out of buying used heavy equipment. We have a huge selection of inventory, most of which has tons of photographs, condition reports and specs. You just type in the make, model, year and price you’re looking for.
Types of Heavy Equipment
From farming to construction to over the road trucking and material handling, TuffWerx has the heavy equipment you need.
Our huge inventory of construction equipment includes top name excavators, backhoes, front loaders and skid steer loaders, boom trucks, and a variety of aerial lifts including scissor lifts, articulated boom lifts, straight boom lifts, bucket trucks or cherry pickers, as they are often known. We also have attachments for each of these items from a variety of digging implements to grappling hooks, and one and two-man buckets for the lifts.
We have farm equipment from various sizes of tractors—“standard” tractors to Compact Utility Tractors to lawn tractors—and hundreds of implements and attachments that accomplish every task from tilling and harrowing to seeding and harvesting.
Our forestry equipment includes skid steer loaders and professional mulchers, chippers and chipper dump trucks to move the mulch from forest to market.
Our semi trucks and trailers cover all your needs, whether that’s transporting automobiles, hauling packaged goods across the country or moving livestock across the state. We also feature a number of box vans and cargo vans, tow trucks that handle everything from junkers to repos, utility trucks including fire and emergency vehicles, street sweepers, vacuum trucks and more. TuffWerx has heavy duty trucks, medium duty trucks and light duty trucks.
We carry the top names across industries: Freightliner and International, Caterpillar and John Deer, Bobcat, Case IH and New Holland, Ford, GMC and Ram, Altec and Versalift. Plug in the name of the manufacturer you’re looking for and start shopping for the piece of heavy equipment you need.
Tips for Buying Heavy Equipment
- Buy the piece of equipment that will tackle your biggest job, even if you don’t need that much power all the time. You don’t want to have to buy another one or rent a piece of equipment down the road.
- Where you’re going to use the equipment counts as much as the type of equipment. Some skid steer loaders, forklift and aerial lifts, for example, are designed for rough terrain and others have different features, like less rugged wheels, that work much better on smooth surfaces or easily damaged turf.
- When investing in a piece of heavy equipment, you may want to look into TuffWerx premium services which include on-site inspections. It adds an extra step but still takes a lot less time than a traditional sale, and can save you in the long run knowing you’ve got the equipment that will stand up to the job.