The Attachment Marketplace

Tips for Creating Your Ad

1. Sellers Reference No. This is optional. If you have a reference or stock number enter it here.

2. Attachment Type; Style. An example of Attachment Type is: Bucket. The Style (or sub-type) is General Purpose (GP). Some attachments are known by more than one name. For example an excavator stick is also called an arm, a hammer may be called a breaker, and brush blade and brush rake are interchangeable terms. Use the term that is most widely used for your attachment. If you don’t find a suitable description contact and we will create one for you.

3. Attachment Make. If you know the name of the attachment manufacturer select it from the list. If not, leave it blank.

4. Attachment Model/Part No. This is the manufacturer’s model or part number. Do not enter additional text into the model number fields.

5. Attachment Size. Enter the most meaningful size description. For an excavator bucket it is usually the width. For a fork it is the tine length. For a loader bucket or clamshell bucket it is the capacity in cubic yards or meters.  For a hydraulic hammer it's usually the impact energy class in ft. lbs. 

Use the following abbreviations:
   Inches = in (32in)
   Millimeters = mm (50mm)
   Feet = ft (12ft)
   Meters = m (12m)
   Cubic yards = yd (3 yd)
   Cubic Meters = cu.m (10cu.m)
   Feet & Inches = (12ft-6in)
   Tons = t (12t)
   Metric Tons = mt (12mt)

6. Machine Type. This is the type of machine your attachment is designed to be used on, for example: Excavator. If your attachment can be mounted on several different types of machines select the one that is most popular. You can list all of the machine types under Detailed Description.

7. Fits Machine Make. Select the manufacturer or brand of machine that your attachment fits. You can list up to seven manufacturers. You can also leave it blank if your attachment is not brand specific.

8. Fits Machine Model. Enter the machine model number(s) that your attachment is designed to fit. For example: D6R, PC400LC-8, 966F. Separate model numbers with a comma and a space.  If you are listing multiple machine makes, we recommend listing the model numbers is the same order as the manufacturers.

9. Price. Enter the price in U. S. Dollars. You may also enter: Call (for call for pricing) or POR (for Price on Request). You may also specify other currencies.

10. Location. Enter the state or province where your attachment is located.

11. Detailed Description. Enter all pertinent information that will help a potential buyer learn about your attachment. You may wish to elaborate on the attachment’s size, special features, accessories, primary use, condition, machine serial number, fob point etc. Examples:

Used 32in. Acme GP Bucket with side cutters and 4 teeth. 1-1/4 yd heaped capacity. Good condition. Fits John Deere 200, Hitachi EX200 excavators.

2 yd, 5 tine Ajax Orange Peel Grapple designed to handle scrap metal and similar loose materials. Used on 400 size excavator or material handler. Excellent condition. Connecting link and jumper hoses not included. Fob Chicago.

12. Video and Brochure Links. If you have a YouTube or similar online video that you like to link to, enter the URL in the Video field. If you have an online PDF brochure that you would like to link to, enter the URL in the Brochure field.

13. Photos. Your pricing plan determines the number of photos you can insert. Click the “Browse” button and select the image you want to upload from your hard drive. Next, click the upload button: your image will be optimized for use on our site and displayed in the adjacent space. Repeat the process for additional photos.  Note:  Large photos take longer to upload.   The ideal size for a horizontal photo is 800 x 600 pixels (W x H).

14. Click Publish and your listing will go live.

15. Avoid being timed out.   If you are going to be idle for any length of time, save your work by publishing the listing.   You can make changes later by clicking the edit button.

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