I80 Equipment Inspects Each Derrick Digger with 77-Point Inspection Method
09/27/2009

September 10, 2009 — The main point of purchasing reconditioned, remanufactured, or used digger derricks is to get quality vehicles at a more affordable price.

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September 10, 2009 — The main point of purchasing reconditioned, remanufactured, or used digger derricks is to get quality vehicles at a more affordable price. Many companies charge close to new vehicle value for these boom trucks. I80 Equipment knows that providing high-quality, reconditioned digger derrick trucks to companies is the best way for a business to utilize equipment without having to pay new prices that many companies just can’t afford. I80 Equipment offers reconditioned, like-new forestry trucks at cost efficient, pre-owned prices. What this comes down to is they make everything new and up to code that can be made new on these vehicles. Of course the mileage cannot be changed on these trucks. All other aspects are inspected and replaced to make them in as-new condition.

I80 Equipment places pride in their reconditioning method. The main goal is quality and providing cost efficient boom trucks to companies. Their process includes much more than just performing a fast inspection and washing the vehicle. Their method involves a seven-step process that is very extensive.

Among this extensive seven-step process, the disassembly of the vehicle will happen. This will be followed by power-washing the individual parts of the digger derricks. Once this has been completed, the sanding down and dent removal will happen. The next step in their process is moving the boom truck into the paint bay, where the process of spraying primer will begin. This assists in providing the chassis and boxes a better sense of protection. Once the primer is dry, the crane bucket truck is then sprayed with industrialized paint, which is heated to 100 degrees F. Once this is completed, the putting together of the vehicle will start to happen. Replacement parts will be installed and waxing will happen. The last step in the process is a very important step. A 77-point inspection will occur; a mechanic must sign off that everything has been approved and then an outside inspection will take place. Then the certification process will begin.

I80 Equipment knows that acquiring the correct equipment at an affordable price is essential to companies. Many companies must utilize this type of equipment in order to maintain their business and provide services to their customers. Without these vehicles, they would not be able to charge their customers and would then go out of business.

For more information on the reconditioned derrick digger trucks, log onto http://www.i80equipment.com. They are always willing to help with the financing to equip you with the vehicles that you need.

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