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Where To List Concrete Pump For Sale ?

Old 05-30-2018, 08:53 AM
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Default Where To List Concrete Pump For Sale ?

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Looking to sell a piece of equipment that just doesn’t get enough use. I have it up on Facebook Marketplace and also Craigslist. Any other ideas of where to list it? Thanks in advance !
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Iron planet dot com. Great place for stuff like that.
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Originally Posted by MikeeBooshay View Post
Iron planet dot com. Great place for stuff like that.
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Old 05-30-2018, 10:31 AM
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Try here- https://www.equipmenttrader.com/

Is it a boom pump or trailer pump? Possibly contact some concrete contractors in your area to see if any interest?
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Originally Posted by Boataholic View Post
Try here- https://www.equipmenttrader.com/

Is it a boom pump or trailer pump? Possibly contact some concrete contractors in your area to see if any interest?

trailer mount made made by Blastcrete

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Originally Posted by Boataholic View Post
Try here- https://www.equipmenttrader.com/

Is it a boom pump or trailer pump? Possibly contact some concrete contractors in your area to see if any interest?
Thats what I was thinking.
Call around the local concrete pumping folks. I wouldn't think there would be too many.
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Model #?
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Originally Posted by just1more View Post
model #?
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Sent you a pm.
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Sent you a pm.
got it ! Responded, thank you !
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If dotrotten doesntbworknout send me the specifics with a pic. My foundation guy does 250+ houses a year. I’m sure he may be interested.
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Concrete suppliers? Their outside sales guys will know who looking.
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sounds like its not really meant specifically for concrete but will pump it albeit maximum aggregate size of 1/2" and only 12 yards per hour which isn't much.

D6528 Mixer / Pump | Blastcrete Equipment Company

OP, what was your use for it? Just curious?
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Originally Posted by bjm9818 View Post
If dotrotten doesntbworknout send me the specifics with a pic. My foundation guy does 250+ houses a year. I’m sure he may be interested.
Sent you a PM. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Boataholic View Post
sounds like its not really meant specifically for concrete but will pump it albeit maximum aggregate size of 1/2" and only 12 yards per hour which isn't much.

D6528 Mixer / Pump Blastcrete Equipment Company

OP, what was your use for it? Just curious?
We used it to pour Levelrock 3500 & 4500 PSI Underlayment over precast concrete @ 3/4". We used the pump 4 times, and my other companies are just too busy right now to really bid that type of work. First project we did was The Hun School in Princeton, NJ and the guys knocked out over 14,000 sf in one day.
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