2015 LEEBOY LBC-24W CONCRETE CURBER for sale POA
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LeeBoy Paving Equipment
Since 1964 LeeBoy has designed and manufactured superior commercial asphalt pavers. Today Leeboy pavers, manufactured in North Carolina, USA, are well known for their quality and innovative design, with a focus on providing value, productivity and reliability
LBC-24W Concrete Curber: A maneuverable and compact machine designed to cost-effectively slipform curbs, gutters and walkways. It can be used on soil or pavement using a stringline or manual controls.
Quality Curbing Made Easy With The LBC-24W
The LeeBoy LBC-24W Concrete Curb and Gutter machine is a maneuverable, compact machine that enhances jobsite productivity, speed and quality. The LBC-24W is designed to cost-effectively slipform curbs and gutters, alley ribbons and narrow sidewalks.
Steering controls turn a smooth radius as tight as 24 inches eliminating time-consuming hand forming.
The LBC-24W features a powerful 44-HP Tier 3 turbo diesel engine, hydrostatic variable speed drive, superior visibility and electronic controls, enabling a one person operation. Its compact size (7,500 pounds), all-wheel drive and maneuverability make for simple set up and transport.
LBC-24W can be used on soil or pavement using a stringline or manual controls. Pouring molds can be replaced quickly and easily with the quick-change mold system.
LBC-24W Concrete Curb and Gutter Machine
- 44-HP Tier 3 Turbo Diesel Engine
- Narrow Sidewalks
- 24-Inch Radius with Vector Thrust Cylinder Option
- Grades On Line
- Auto Steering
- Patent Pending Articulating Mold Design
- Below Grade Pours (Option)
- 7,500 Pound Weight
- All-Wheel Drive
- Cuts Driveway Depression (Option)
Contact Clark Equipment today for the best price / finance deal on this product!
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