Once a month, we invite you to take a look at what’s going on at H&R and to see what happened last month from the small celebrations we had to the big projects we completed. Ever wanted to get an inside look at H&R? This is your chance. These are our Big Shots from May.
This month there were two rollers in the salvage yard which was a little unique and interesting. You know … variation, spice of life, and all that.
Five blades in a row?! Who do we think we are? Gillette?!
This cylinder is prepped, wrapped, palleted, and ready to go. It almost looks too nice to get dirty on a machine, but it’s gotta get to work.
Sometimes an excavator arrives at our salvage yards with clear indications its undercarriage has been constantly cleaned, meticulously maintained, and lovingly looked after, and sometimes … well, we get it, this isn’t the soap-making industry.
Two excavator arms unfolded with Buffalo’s Historic Central Terminal in the background on a warm, spring day. We’ll take it.
Look up! A lot of times you can get an interesting view if you just remember those two little words. And, as a bonus, you’ll bump your head on less things.
A row of excavators ready and waiting in the yard: Here today, parts tomorrow.
One cylinder left and then this excavator will be fully dis-armed.
Take a look down Used Engine Avenue. Maybe that used engine you’ve been searching for lives on that street.
Oh, you’re wondering if we have CAT tracks in the yard? Let me go check. Yep.