It's important to inspect tires prior to a sale.
Exclusive research shows midsize four-wheel drives are bringing less than a year ago. This winter will see values fall even further.
Dealer asking prices haven't slumped for some tractors, but that's only part of the story.
Presale inspection is crucial for forklifts.
The recent popularity of factory-floor forklifts has inspired the search for vehicles better suited for working outdoors.
Take time prior to an auction to inspect a trailer you are interested in buying.
A massive consignment sale this summer establishes two trends: combine and large tractor prices have dropped considerably; semitruck and trailer prices hold firm.
Finding a grain cart with few years and little wear was a challenge in the past, but the marketplace has stocked up on these trailers, offering an opportunity to increase your harvesting capacity.
True prices will rise just prior to harvest, but a glut of used combines has substantially lowered bids that offer good deals.
A comparison of 20-year-old and younger grain haulers reveals that hopper-bottom semitrailers retain much of their value over time.