We equipped the Toro Dingo TX1000 with a model 355 small range breaker
Did you know Allied makes small range Rammer brand hammers for compact utility loaders, like the Toro Dingo? Rammer Hammers are hydraulically operated breakers that are ideal for concrete demolition of sidewalks, patios, driveways and streets.
The breaker works by repeatedly raising a steel piston and driving it down onto the head of a removable breaking tool. Use them on skid steers, compact track loaders, compact utility loaders, excavators, and backhoes that meet the necessary hydraulic and mechanical requirements. A rammer hammer hits hard and with the same power every time and that’s no matter how fast it goes; they’re known for their high frequency of hits. Continue reading →
For a limited time, you can get a brand new 777 or 555 Allied Rammer hydraulic breaker and pay 0% interest for 24 months!* We want to get the word out to you because It’s not every often we get a chance to sell breakers with such a great financing offer. Continue reading →
Our fall shipment of Rammer 777 concrete breakers recently came in off the loading dock. The 777 model is part of Rammer’s small range line, which fit skid steer loaders, backhoes, and mini excavators. They’re really great for most demolition and road work and they’ll come in handy when you need to break frost.
The small range lineup comes with the Constant Blow Energy (CBE) system, which increases productivity, and a vibration dampener that helps reduce the impact on both the machine and the operator. Less vibration means less damage to the breaker which means less cost to the owner. If you’d like to know more about our concrete breaker selection give us a call at any of our three Chicagoland locations. We also have breakers in our rental fleet, so check out our rental rates on our website.
Take your pick! Allied has concrete breakers to fit almost any application
For a limited time you can get a brand new Allied Rammer concrete breaker and pay 0% interest for 12 months!* It’s not every day we get a chance to sell breakers with such a great finance offer so we’re excited to get the word out! Continue reading →
A skid steer is only as useful as the attachment it’s running. Sometimes a bucket is all you need, but there are hundreds (if not thousands) of specialty attachments available for skid steers and track loaders. We carry a large inventory of common attachments like trenchers, grapple buckets, tillers, and brooms – things our customers use daily in their businesses – and because we keep a lot in stock we can offer great pricing on these attachments. Now for a limited time you can save even more with sale prices and special finance offers!
To help kick off the summer construction season we’re giving you special offers on all of our new skid steer attachments we have in stock. Here’s a chance to add a productive attachment to your fleet that will save you time and money. If you’re not sure which attachment is the best fit for you and your crew, you’re in luck! On Wednesday May 22nd and Thursday May 23rd we’re hosting an open house showcasing our available attachments. That means you can see first hand what these machines are designed to do and how they can be applied to your job site. We’ll have our manufacturer reps on hand from 10am to 1pm to answer any questions you have and also to provide safety tips and operator training. Don’t miss out on this! It’s a great chance to see what’s out there and to test it out before you consider buying. We’ll be showcasing Allied concrete breakers, Ammbusher mowers, McMillen post-hole diggers, Bradco trenchers, Sweepster brooms and MORE! The May 22nd open house will take place in Orland Park and the May 23rd will be hosted in South Elgin. We look forward to seeing you!
Rammer concrete breakers fresh off the loading dock!
Our spring shipment of Rammer concrete breakers is fresh off the loading dock and this year we’ve got a few new models to try out. Rammer has been making hammers for years so when they come out with something new it’s always worth taking a look at. Continue reading →