50' Digger Derrick - B10-052

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					                                  CITY OF OPELIKA
                                  PURCHASING DEPARTMENT



                                           INVITATION TO BID

                                                                     SHIRLEY WASHINGTON
                                                                     PURCHASING AGENT
                                                                     OFFICE: (334)705-5120
                                                                     FAX:    (334)705-5128




                                                BID DATA


                                      BID NUMBER:                    B10-052

                                      COMMODITY TITLE:               Hydraulic Digger Derrick

                                      USER DEPARTMENT:               Light and Power

                                      BUYER:                         Shirley Washington

                                      BUYER TELEPHONE:               (334) 705-5120

                                      ISSUE DATE:                    August 3, 2010
_________________________________________________________________________________________


                                               BID OPENING

                                      DAY/DATE:                      August 30, 2010

                                      TIME:                          2:00 p.m.

                                      LOCATION:                      Opelika City Hall
                                                                     Conference Room

                                      MAILING ADDRESS:             City of Opelika
                                                                   Purchasing Dept
                                                                   PO Box 390
                                                                 Opelika, AL 36803-0390
The City of Opelika Purchasing Department will receive sealed bids for the provision of One (1) new latest
model Hydraulic Digger Derrick as per the attached specifications for the Opelika Light and Power
Department. Bids must be received by 2:00 PM on August 30, 2010, at which time they will be opened and read
aloud. Late bids will not be considered nor returned.

BIDS MAY BE MAILED TO:                                    BIDS MAY BE DELIVERED TO:
City of Opelika                                           City of Opelika
Purchasing Department                                     Purchasing Department
PO Box 390                                                204 S. 7th Street
Opelika, AL 36803-0390                                    Opelika, AL 36801

                                             PART ONE
                                  GENERAL TERMS AND INSTRUCTIONS

SECTION I TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1.1    All bids submitted shall be firm for a minimum of 60 days, unless otherwise specified.

1.2    The equipment furnished under these specifications shall be the latest improved model in current, as offered
       to commercial trade, and shall be of quality workmanship and material. The bidder represents that all
       equipment offered under this specification shall be new. USED, SHOPWORN. DEMONSTRATOR,
       PROTPTYPE OR DISCONTINUED MODELS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY
       STATED OTHERWISE IN THE SPECIFICATIONS.

1.3    The City reserves the right to cancel or make null and void, any purchase order, if delivery cannot be made
       on the specified delivery date.

       1.3.1   In case of default by the contractor, the City may procure the articles or services from other sources
               and hold the contractor responsible for any excess cost occasioned thereby.

1.4    All items shall be delivered F.O.B. destination. Delivery costs and charges shall be included in the bid,
       unless otherwise stated in the specifications or proposal.

1.5    The name and manufacturer, trade name, manufacturer or vendor catalog number mentioned in the
       specifications and proposal sheet is for the purpose of designating a minimum standard of quality and type
       and for no other reason. Such references are not intended to be restrictive. Bids will be considered for any
       brand which meets or exceeds the quality of the specifications listed for any items unless, otherwise stated in
       the specifications or proposals.

1.6    Bid tabulations will not be given over the telephone. Vendors desiring a bid tabulation shall enclose a
       stamped self-addressed envelope with their bid.

1.7    Bid awards are not official until a purchase order is issued or the Purchasing Department notified the
       successful vendor in writing.

SECTION II SUBMISSION OF BID

2.1    Bid received after the designated date and time will not be opened nor returned.


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2.2   All bids shall be submitted on and in accordance with forms for this purpose, which are available from the
      Purchasing Department. Additional supplementary documentation, when requested, shall be submitted on
      the bidder’s letterhead.

2.3   All bids are to be submitted in sealed, plainly marked envelopes. Envelopes shall be marked in the bottom
      left corner with the Title of the Invitation to Bid, the Bid Number and the Opening Date. Facsimile and
      telephone bids will not be accepted.

2.4   All bids shall be typewritten or completed in black ink.

2.5   An authorized officer or agent of the company submitting the bid must sign all bids in order to be considered.

2.6   Bid documents shall be submitted, in DUPLICATE, to the City of Opelika, Purchasing Department.

2.7   Bids, which show omission, irregularity, alteration of forms, additions not called for, or conditional or
      unconditional unresponsive bids may be rejected.

2.8   Any bids submitted with corrected errors shall have the correction initialed by the person signing the bid.

2.9   Bidder shall submit with bid, the latest printed literature and detailed specifications on equipment
      they propose to furnish. This literature is for informational purpose only, and shall be used to help
      determine a product’s compliance with specifications.

SECTION III BID EVALUATION

3.1   The City reserves the right to evaluate all bids, waive any technical or informalities, reject any and/or bids
      and proposals, and further specifically reserves the right to make the award and/or awards in the best interest
      of the City.

3.2   The bid evaluation will be made on the following criteria:
      3.2.1 Bid price
      3.2.2 Compliance with specifications
      3.2.3 Ability to deliver product or service
      3.2.4 Prompt pay discount, if offered, and meeting requirements of **Section 3.4
      3.2.5 Availability of warranty service and parts
      3.2.6 Delivery date

3.3   The City may waive minor differences in specifications, provided these differences do not violate the
      specification intent, materially affect the operation for which the item or items being purchased nor increase
      the estimated maintenance and repair cost to the City.

3.4   In order for a prompt pay discount to be considered as a factor in the award of this bid, the minimum days
      allowed for payment to receive discount shall be 15 days after the receipt of a correct invoice.

3.5   The City reserves the right to award all bids in their entirety or part, whichever, in its opinion, best serves the
      interest of the City.

3.6   Unless clearly shown on the bid that it is the intent a reduced total price is being offered on the basis of
      receiving an award of all items covered by the total, an totals should be the actual sum of the extension of

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       unit prices; otherwise, in the event of any discrepancy between a unit price(s), extended price(s) and/or total
       price(s), unit price shall govern and the bid will be refigured accordingly.

3.7    Alabama Bid Law allows a Local Preference to businesses located within the City of Opelika when their bid
       is within 3% of the lowest responsible bid. The City will extend that preference when applicable.

3.8    The City shall be the sole judge as to an item meeting or exceeding the specifications.

3.9    NON-COLLUSION: Vendors, by submitting a signed bid, certify that the accompanying bid is
       not the result of, or affected by, any unlawful act of collusion with any other person or company
       engaged in the same line of business or commerce, or any other fraudulent act punishable
       under Alabama or United State law.

SECTION IV BILLING AND PAYMENT:

4.1    The vendor shall submit a correct invoice to:
                       City of Opelika
                       Accounting Department
                       PO Box 390
                       Opelika, AL 36803-0390

4.2    Payment by the City shall be made within thirty days, unless otherwise specifically provided, subject to any
       discounts offered.

       4.2.1    Any prompt pay discount offered will be computed from the date of delivery of the equipment,
                supplies, or materials at destination when final inspection and acceptance are at those points, or from
                the date the correct invoice is received, if the latter is later than the date of delivery.

        4.2.2   The City will make payment to the vendor upon receipt of invoice of the Title Application filed with
                the State of Alabama, a copy of certificate of Origin, bill-of-Sale, and acceptable of the vehicle by
                the City.

SECTION V DELIVERY:

5.1   Completed unit is to be delivered to the following address, cleaned, with a full tank of fuel and ready to
      place in service:
                              City of Opelika
                              Automotive Shop
                              700 Fox Trail
                              Opelika, AL 36801




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                                                  PART TWO
                                                SPECIFICATIONS
                                                   ITB #B10-052
                        Specifications for a 50 foot sheave height hydraulic digger derrick

This specification is to set forth the specific requirements for a 50 foot sheave height digger derrick, hydraulic
operated, equipped with a steel line service body mounted on an appropriate chassis/cab.

This digger derrick shall be to the manufacturer’s standard. It shall be equipped with the manufacturer’s equipment
and accessories which are included as standard in the advertised and published literature for the unit. No such item of
equipment or accessories shall be removed or omitted for the reason that it was not specified in the bid.

If it is necessary to bid alternate equipment or to take exceptions to the specifications as set forth, this shall be so
stated in your bid. For each item, please place an X in the appropriate space (Yes__ No__) to signify whether or not
you are in complete compliance with the specification. Failure to follow the format or answer the specification may
cause your bid to be disqualified. If you need extra space to describe your product, please attach extra sheets. When
doing this, be sure your description references the appropriate number and letter.

                                                                                                      COMPLY
                               GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS                                          YES                NO

   1.)                                        UNIT

           A. A. 50 Foot Hydraulic Derrick, rear mount, designed for mounting                 ______            ______
                  over rear axle with a turntable winch, built in accordance with
                  standard specifications and to include the following features:
              Performance Ranges:
              Derrick hydraulic capacities when equipped with turntable winch,
              hydraulically extended upper boom, digger, auger, pole guide,
              transferable flares and upper controls:
                             Distance        Capacity      Sheave
                               From            (lbs.)      Height
                          Centerline of                       (ft)
                           Rotation (ft)



                                          Lower Boom

                                  3.8            30,000         30.9
                                   5             26,417         30.7
                                  10             13,704         28.9
                                  15              8,786         25.6
                                  20              6,088         17.4
                                 21.1             4,643          10

                                Intermediate Boom Extended

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                                                                                 COMPLY
                  GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS                                   YES            NO


                      6           19,899          40.7
                     10           12,352          39.7
                     15            7,680          37.6
                     20            5,555          34.2
                     25            4,259           29
                     30            3,124          18.9
                    31.1              2,365        10

                  Intermediate and Upper Boom
                            Extended
                     7          15,000      50
                    10          12,003     49.4
                    15           7,408     47.8
                    20           5,355     45.5
                    25           4,170     42.2
                    30           3,369     37.6
                    35           2,739     30.8
                    40           1,983     16.8
                   40.5          1,632      10


                  Maximum Sheave Height 50.1 ft

                Maximum Horizontal Reach 40.5 ft

                 Maximum Digging Radius 28.7 ft

                 Elevation - From 83 degrees above
                              horizontal
                   to 17 degrees below horizontal

B.
C. B. Three to One Structural Safety Factor: Designed and tested so       ______      ______
      that the yield point of the structural components is not exceeded
      when the derrick is loaded to three times it’s rated capacity

D. C. Winch: 15,000 pound bare drum capacity winch, self-locking,         ______      ______
      high torque, worm gear winch, equipped with oil cooled brake
      with special provisions on drum for attaching wire rope or
      polypropylene rope. (Note: cable guides are furnished on
      turntable winch versions)


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                                                                                 COMPLY
                   GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS                                  YES            NO

E. D. Flared Boom Tip: With provisions for platform attachment            ______      ______

F. E. Cylinders: Equipped with quality Teflon square seals, nylon         ______      ______
      back-up rings; non-metallic bearings on pistons and end glands;
      rod wiper rings; threaded end glands; chrome plated rods

G.
H.
     F. Pivot Point Pins: All major load bearing pins are plated. All     ______      ______
        pivot points are line bored or reamed and pins have keepers

I. G. Bearings: Lift cylinder equipped with self-aligning bearings. All   ______      ______
       extending booms utilize slide bearings of specialized materials.

J. H. Proportional-Hydraulic Control System: Control panel,               ______      ______
       commutator and pilot hydraulic system provides easy to operate
       controls with superior metering.         Modularized control
       components, only four hydraulic lines through rotation, valving
       above rotation combine to provide uncluttered main frame and
       turntable, providing easy serviceability

K. I. Holding Valves: Provided on main derrick cylinders including        ______      ______
       counter-balance-holding valves on hydraulic extension
       cylinders and boom lift cylinder. Pilot operated check valves
       provided on outrigger cylinders.

L. J. Hydraulic Blocking Valve: Provides extra protection by              ______      ______
       blocking hydraulic flow to the main control valve when no
       functions are being operated

M. K. Manual Override of Hydraulic Functions                              ______      ______

N. L. Complete Hydraulic System:                                          ______      ______
      1. High efficiency, pressure compensating, load sensing,
         hydraulic system
      2. Tandem pump, combination piston and vane
      3. Two (2) inch shut-off valve between pump and reservoir
      4. Magnetic separator filter
      5. Return line filter with warning light
      6. Three (3) hydraulic pressure gauges, one (1) for each
         pressure circuit, and one Load Indicator Gauge (HOP)


O. M. Outrigger/Boom Interlock System: Helps prevent operator from        ______      ______

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                                                                                 COMPLY
                  GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS                                   YES            NO

       using unit until all outriggers are lowered.

P. N. Outrigger/Unit Selector Control: Located near the outrigger         ______      ______
      controls allows operator to divert hydraulic oil from machine
      circuit for outrigger operation. This reduces the potential for
      inadvertent outrigger movement during machine operation if
      outrigger controls are bumped.

Q. O. Outrigger Control Valves, located at tailshelf                      ______      ______

R. P. Outrigger Motion Alarm: Provides audible alarm when any of          ______      ______
      the outriggers are in motion

S. Q. Back-up Alarm, installed                                            ______      ______

T. R. Preventative Maintenance: Unit owner can select means of            ______      ______
      tracking maintenance intervals by calendar time or PTO hours.
      If the owner selects calendar driven cycles, preventative
      maintenance is required no more frequently than every 6
      months. If the owner selects PTO hour driven cycles,
      preventative maintenance interval is likely to be greater than 6
      months. Both programs allow the equipment owner to lower
      life cycle costs through higher product uptime and lower
      maintenance costs.
U.
V. S. Paint: Painted white with a red boom to match existing paint        ______      ______
      scheme done with a Powder Coat Paint Process which provides a
      finish-painted surface that is highly resistant to chipping,
      scratching, abrasion and corrosion. Paint is Electro-statically
      applied to the inside as well as outside of fabricated parts then
      high temperature cured prior to assembly ensuring maximum
      coverage and protection

W. T. Full Capacity Fiberglass Upper Boom, Hydraulically Extended         ______      ______
      with Flared Steel Boom Tip structurally capable of lifting to
      rated hydraulic capacity of the derrick in any given position
      while maintaining the derrick’s full three to one structural
      safety factor.
INCREASES EFFECTIVE POLE SETTING SHEAVE HEIGHT
TO END OF UPPER BOOM

X. U. Cable Guides installed on top of boom (with turntable               ______      ______
      winch)


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                                                                                COMPLY
                  GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS                                  YES            NO

Y. V. Rotation: continuous rotation provided by high efficiency          ______      ______
      planetary gear drive, driving a shear ball bearing rotation
      gear, resulting in extra smooth rotation

Z. W. Eccentric Ring adjustment of rotation gear box to rotation         ______      ______
      bearing to assure proper gear mesh

  X.
AA. Overload Protection: Protects derrick from being overloaded.         ______      ______
     Cuts off: winch up, digger dig, intermediate boom extension,
     upper boom extension, boom down.

IMPORTANTLY, it leaves operational those functions which can get
you out of trouble. Once the operator has eliminated the overloaded
condition, the overload protection system automatically allows all
functions to be operational.

BB.Y. Side Load Protection: Protects against damage to structure         ______      ______
      resulting from excessive side loading through pre-set disc brake
      arrangement in rotation system

CC.Z. Oil Filter Change Light: When return line oil filter needs         ______      ______
      changing, warning light at control panel warns operator
DD.AA. Lighted Control Panel                                             ______      ______

EE.BB.Two-Part Load Line attachment on intermediate boom                 ______      ______

FF. CC.Engine Start/Stop Switch at control panel                         ______      ______

  DD. Load Indicator Gauge, at the main control location allows the
GG.                                                                      ______      ______
     operator to know at a glance whether he is operating within the
     hydraulic and structural design rating or lift capacity of the
     derrick. Use of the gauge also allows the operator to know that
     he may be approaching an overload condition and reposition
     either the load or truck to prevent that overload condition.

   EE. This derrick is designed and manufactured in a facility that is   ______      ______
       certified to meet ISO 9001 requirements.

   FF. This derrick is in compliance with ANSI A10.31 - 1995             ______      ______
       standards in effect at time of manufacture

   GG. Two (2) Operator’s and two (2) Maintenance/Parts manuals          ______      ______

   HH. Platform Use or Combined Digger Derrick/Platform Use              ______      ______

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                                                                             COMPLY
              GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS                                   YES            NO


II. Boom Flares, Transferable, for Turntable Winch, steel movable     ______      ______
    from end of intermediate boom to end of upper boom with
    fiberglass tip furnished on the end of the upper boom

JJ. Rear Mount pedestal, designed for installation over the rear      ______      ______
    axle of the chassis

KK. Lower Controls, Dual Station are located each side of             ______      ______
   pedestal facing rear.

LL. Four (4) hydraulic foot throttles. Two foot throttles at each     ______      ______
    control location.

MM.Two-Speed Digger: Planetary gear drive producing up to             ______      ______
    12,000 ft/lb. torque. Includes:
Rapid auger shake control
2-5/8 inch hex output shaft
High speed dirt spin-off control

NN. Auger stow protection - Protects against damage to auger and      ______      ______
   auger mechanism by cutting off stow function when auger is
   stowed

OO. Digger Transfer Protection - Protects against damage to           ______      ______
   transfer mechanism when un-stowing digger and auger

PP. Auger storage mechanism:                                          ______      ______
Self-latching auger storage bracket
Hydraulic auger release
Digger transfer mechanism including automatic auger pick-up
device and auger stow protection

QQ. Valve for Auxiliary outriggers installed at tailshelf             ______      ______

RR.Auxiliary flat shoe A-frame outriggers, installed at front, with   ______      ______
   149 inch maximum spread at ground level




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                                                                                   COMPLY
                                                                                 YES    NO
      SS. Outriggers, A-frame, folding shoe, 153 inch maximum spread, for       ______ ______
          use as auxiliary or primary outriggers

      TT. Pole Guide Interlock, limit switch sensing system, prevents upper     ______   ______
          boom extension until pole guides are articulated to the “full-up”
          position

      UU. Flow Divider, 8.0 gpm - Auxiliary tool circuit with valve, handle,    ______   ______
         and quick disconnect couplings located at tailshelf

      VV. Combination piston and vane hydraulic pump

      WW. Power Distribution Module is a compact self-contained electronic      ______   ______
        system that provides a standardized interface with the chassis
        electrical system. The Power Distribution Module (PDM) is
        composed of a main board, approximately 12.0 x 13.0 inches (305 x
        330 mm), designed to be mounted behind the driver’s seat, inside the
        cab. Additional modules plug in to accommodate various options
        such as engine start/stop, variable throttle control, power take off,
        interface with Allison World transmission, and engine speed control
        module for specific engines and chassis. In addition to the above
        potential options, the PDM also provides up to 16 accessory circuits
        to be used for controlling other customer specified electrical
        components. The PDM includes built in test capabilities and
        diagnostic input, output and status LED’s to quickly assess the
        PDM’s performance. All components are circuit board mounted to
        facilitate replacement and reduce repair time should it be required.
        The PDM provides benefits to the customer by providing a
        standardized, centrally located box that greatly reduces
        troubleshooting time when evaluating ancillary electrical system
        malfunctions, thereby reducing maintenance costs.

      XX. Reservoir assembly includes sixty (60) gallon reservoir, filter and   ______   ______
         magnetic suction separator; reservoir is installed at front of cargo
         area

      YY. Wheel chocks, (rubber) 10 inches long x 8 inches wide x 5-1/2         ______   ______
         inches high


2.)              UNIT AND HYDRAULIC ACCESSORIES

      A. Hydraulic oil and lubricants, installed                                ______   ______


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      B. Cab control, heavy duty SAE PTO to be air shifted on chassis with        ______    ______
         air brakes

      C. Subbase assembly for mounting of derrick pedestal and outriggers, to     ______    ______
         consist of 8 inch x 3 inch tubing (3/8 inch wall) each side of chassis
         frame with top and bottom plate

      D. 120 Ft length of 1 inch Samson Spectron II synthetic braided rope        ______    ______
         with eye in each end

      E. One-inch shackle screw pin.                                              ______    ______

      F. 4 foot x 2 inch Endless nylon type sling and 4 foot x 1/2 inch wire      ______    ______
         rope sling

      G. 9 Inch Diameter Auger, full flight with Pengo boring head and            ______    ______
      H. 2-5/8” hex.

      I. 18 Inch Diameter Auger, full flight with Pengo boring head and           ______    ______
      J. 2-5/8” hex

3.)                                 WINCH

      A. Braden PD18B-11FEB Front Mounted Winch with heavy duty                   ______    ______
         Braden Universal Bumper or equivalent.

      B.   20,000 pounds pull capacity on first layer
      C.   Rated in compliance with SAE J706 JUL85
      D.   Extension shaft speed is more than 4 times drum speed
      E.   11 inch drum width
      F.   13 inch flange diameter

      G. Control Valve installed in cab                                           ______    ______

      H. Air shift kit for winch valve                                            _______   ______

      I. Extended shaft to right hand side.                                       ______    ______

      J. Top opening access door to winch drum.                                   ______    ______

      K. Set of tow eyes on front bumper package.                                 ______    ______

      L. Four-way roller for winch, installed                                     ______    ______

      M. (Set) flag holders installed on front bumper                             ______    ______

      N. Quick hook (wide-mouth type)                                             ______    ______

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          O. Control valve on front bumper for CR Reel. Allows operator to            ______   ______
             feather speed of reel.

          P. Chassis is to be functional when winch is engaged through 2nd gear.      ______   ______

          Q. Feet of 1/2 inch diameter IWRC winch cable with loop spliced in one      ______   ______
             end

4.)                                      BODY

      1. Platform body, suitable for installing on any dual rear wheel chassis with   ______   ______
      a 120” CT dimension, built in accordance with the following specifications.
               A. Compartment Fabrication:
                             1. 16 gauge outside panels
                             2. 18 gauge shelving
                             3. 14 gauge end panels
                             4. Structural channel cross members
                             5. Treadplate installed on top of compartment
               B. Compartment Dimensions:
                             1. 40” length
                             2. 93” outside width
                             3. 46” height
               C. Curbside Compartmentation:
                             1. First Vertical – Five (5) fixed material hooks
                             2. Second Vertical – Three (3) adjustable shelves
                                 with removable dividers
               D. Streetside Compartmentation:
                             1. First Vertical – Five (5) fixed material hooks
                             2. Second Vertical – Three (3) adjustable shelves
                                  with removable dividers
               E. STANDARD FEATURES:
      1) Basic body constructed of hot dipped galvaneal steel with 100% iron
          zinc alloy coating
      2) All doors are full, double paneled, self-sealed with built-in drainage for
          maximum weathertightness. Steel hinge rod extends entire length of
          door
      3) All doors contain flush type, single point locks with recessed handles,
          including keyed lock and two-stage strikers
      4) All edges either rolled or folded for strength and safety
      5) Door header drip rail at top for maximum weather protection
      6) Prime Painted
      7) Chain stops on all vertical doors

         Tubular support rail installed on top of transverse compartment with
          expanded metal sides
         Platform section installed in conjunction with T-40 transverse

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compartment and 120" CT dual rear wheel chassis, including:
    A. Platform Fabrication:
                 1. Gauge safety tread steel floor (four-way pattern)
                     on top of compartments
                 2. Structural channel cross members
    B. Platform Dimensions:
                 1. 152" length
                 2. 93" outside width
    C. 3" lip installed around platform to retain loose material, with
              holes at rear for water run-off
A. Operator platforms are to be located at rear on right and left side of   ______   ______
   derrick pedestal. Install 3” lip behind both operators platforms.

B. Tailshelf (34”), with tamp box. Install 3” lip around front and sides    ______   ______
   of tailshelf.

C. Install expanded metal possum belly possum belly at rear.

D. Install adjustable and removable pole rack on right side.                ______   ______

E. Install four (4) 3/8” rods, 10” long under driver side operator          ______   ______
   controls, for nut and washer storage.

F. Treadplate installed on top of saddle pack compartment.                  ______   ______

G. Longitudinal through box in sub-base with door at rear.                  ______   ______

H. Install outrigger pad holders transverse compartments.                   ______   ______

I. Access steps to body installed on right hand side behind saddle pack     ______   ______
   compartment.

J. Grab handles installed one each side at rear                             ______   ______

K. Cable suspended stirrup steps installed one each side at rear            ______   ______

L. Storage bracket for anchor auger on left side of cargo area.             ______   ______

M. Two (2) Hannay spring loaded hose reel with two (2) 35 feet lengths      ______   ______
   of hose (18 inches high x 15 inches long x 14 inches wide), installed
   at the rear of body platform, accessible from ground.

N. Winch guard upper and lower (for front winch)                            ______   ______

O. Compartment lights installed in each compartment. Wiring installed       ______   ______
   in loom with switch located in cab. Switch to be energized only
   when chassis lights are on.

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5.)                         BODY ACCESSORIES

      A. Derrick Storage Support                                                 ______   ______

      B. T100A or equal pintle hook with frame reinforcement and two safety      ______   ______
         chain rings installed at 28 inches (+/- 1 inch) from ground to center
         of eye

      C. Wooden outrigger pads with rope handles (24x24x3).                      ______   ______

      D. (Set) splash aprons, installed behind rear wheels                       ______   ______

      E. Triangular reflector kit installed in cab behind seat on passenger’s    ______   ______
         side

      F. Five pound fire extinguisher with mounting bracket, shipped loose       ______   ______

      G. Five-gallon water cask and bracket.                                     ______   ______

      H. Reflective tape at rear and on both sides of body.                      ______   ______

      I. Rubber dock bumpers installed on right and left side of frame at rear   ______   ______

      J. (Set) tow hooks installed at front of chassis                           ______   ______

6.)                     ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES

      A. Lights and reflectors in accordance with FMVSS #108 lighting ______              ______
         package, installed

      B. Install 50’ of 2/0 grounding cable and storage bracket under ______              ______
         operator’s controls on curbside, facing operator’s platform, but
         underneath controls.

      C. Six-prong trailer socket installed at rear.                             ______   ______

      D. 12-volt plug installed on rear of body on curbside.                     ______   ______

      E. Two-speed type throttle control installed at rear for outriggers.       ______   ______

      F. Dual throttle controls installed on both sides at operator platforms.   ______   ______

      G. Engine start/stop at control panel.                                     ______   ______

      H. Four work lights installed one (1) on each corner of pedestal.          ______   ______


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      I. Four Corner, Wig-Wag style strobe lighting                         ______    ______

      J. Install two (2) strobe lights with guards, one on each side of boom ______   ______
         support.

      K. Outrigger Motion Alarm: Provides audible alarm when any of the ______        ______
         outriggers are in motion.

      L. Backup alarm installed at rear.                                    ______    ______

7.)                            INSTALLATION

      A. Installation of derrick and subbase assembly                       ______    ______

      B. Installation of body and accessories                               ______    ______

      C. Paint body White with urethane enamel                              ______    ______

      D. Derrick painted red with the Powder Coat Paint Process which ______          ______
         provides a finish-painted surface that is highly resistant to chipping,
         scratching, abrasion and corrosion. Paint is electro-statically applied
         to the inside as well as outside of fabricated parts then high
         temperature cured prior to assembly ensuring maximum coverage
         and protection

      E. Safety and Instructional Signs, installed                          ______    ______

      F. Vehicle height placard is to be placed in view of driver           ______    ______

      G. DOT Certification of completed vehicle                             ______    ______

      H. Delivery of completed vehicle                                      ______    ______

8.)                           MISCELLANEOUS

      A. This derrick is designed and manufactured in a facility that is    ______    ______
         certified to meet ISO 9001

      B. One (1) year parts warranty                                        ______    ______

      C. One (1) year labor warranty                                        ______    ______

      D. Ninety (90) days warranty for travel charges                       ______    ______

      E. For so long as the initial purchaser owns the product, major ______          ______
         components warranted at an authorized service facility


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          F. Bidder is to supply a self-directed computer based training (CBT) ______                  ______
             program. This program will provide basic instruction in the safe
             operation of this aerial device. This program will also include and
             explain ANSI and OSHA requirements related to the proper use and
             operation of this unit.

9.)                                        CHASSIS

      2011 Chassis Cab, 6x4                                                                   ______   ______
      DIMENSION: Wheelbase: 272.00, CA: 204.90, Axle to Frame: 114.00
      ENGINE, DIESEL: {International MaxxForce DT}or equivalent 50 State, 275 HP, 860 lb-ft
      Torque @ 1400 RPM, 2400 RPM
      Governed Speed, # 2 Bell Housing
      TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC: {ALLISON) or equivalent Close Ratio, 5-Speed, With
      Overdrive;
      CLUTCH: Omit Item (Clutch & Control)
      AXLE, FRONT NON-DRIVING: 14,000-lb Capacity
      AXLE, REAR, TANDEM: 40,000-lb Capacity
      CAB: Conventional
      TIRE, FRONT: (2) 315/65R22.5 UNISTEEL G286A (GOODYEAR) 470 rev/mile, load range
      L, 14 ply
      TIRE, REAR: (8) 12R22.5 UNISTEEL G177 (GOODYEAR) 478 rev/mile, load range H, 16
      ply
      SUSPENSION, REAR, TANDEM: {Hendrickson RT-403} or equal Walking Beam Type 52"
      Axle Spacing; 40,000-lb Capacity With
      Rubber Center Bushings
      FRAME REINFORCEMENT: Outer "C" Channel, Heat Treated Alloy Steel (120,000 PSI
      Yield)
      PAINT: White

      BUMPER, FRONT Steel, Swept Back
      BRAKE SYSTEM, AIR Dual System for Straight Truck Applications
      AIR BRAKE ABS {Bendix AntiLock Brake System} or equal Full Vehicle Wheel Control
      System (4-Channel)
      AIR DRYER {Bendix AD-9} or equal With Heater
      AIR COMPRESSOR {Bendix Tu-Flo 550} or equal 13.2 CFM Capacity
      STEERING COLUMN Tilting
      STEERING WHEEL 2-Spoke, 18" Diam., Black
      STEERING GEAR (2) {Sheppard M-100/M-80}or equal Dual Power
      EXHAUST SYSTEM Single, Horizontal, Aftertreatment Device Frame Mounted Outside Right
      Rail Under Cab;
      Includes Vertical Tail Pipe and Guard
      8000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12-Volt, Standard Equipment
      Includes
      : BATTERY BOX Steel with Fiberglass Cover; Mounted Right Side, Back of Cab
      : DATA LINK CONNECTOR For Vehicle Programming and Diagnostics In Cab
      : FUSES, ELECTRICAL SAE Blade-Type
      : HAZARD SWITCH Push On/Push Off, Located on Top of Steering Column Cover
      : HEADLIGHT DIMMER SWITCH Integral with Turn Signal Lever
      : HEADLIGHTS (2) Sealed Beam Halogen, 5" X 7" Rectangular, with Chrome Plated Bezels
      : HORN, ELECTRIC Single
      : JUMP START STUD Located on Positive Terminal of Outermost Battery
      : PARKING LIGHT Integral with Front Turn Signal and Rear Tail Light
      : RUNNING LIGHT (2) Daytime, Included With Headlights
      : STARTER SWITCH Electric, Key Operated
      : STOP, TURN, TAIL & B/U LIGHTS Dual, Rear, Combination with Reflector
      : TURN SIGNAL SWITCH Self-Cancelling for Trucks, Manual Cancelling for Tractors, with

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Lane Change
Feature
: TURN SIGNALS, FRONT Includes Reflectors and Auxiliary Side Turn Signals, Solid State
Flashers; Flush
Mounted
: WINDSHIELD WIPER SWITCH 2-Speed with Wash and Intermittent Feature (5 Pre-Set
Delays), Integral with
Turn Signal Lever
: WINDSHIELD WIPERS Single Motor, Electric, Cowl Mounted
: WIRING, CHASSIS Color Coded and Continuously Numbered
CIGAR LIGHTER
HORN, ELECTRIC (2)
ALTERNATOR {Leece-Neville 8LHP2170PH} or equal Brush Type; 12 Volt 130 Amp.
Capacity, Pad Mounted
BODY BUILDER WIRING Back of Standard Cab at Left Frame or Under Extended or Crew
Cab at Left Frame;
Includes Sealed Connectors for Tail/Amber Turn/Marker/ Backup/Accessory Power/Ground and
Sealed
Connector for Stop/Turn
BATTERY SYSTEM {International} Maintenance-Free, (2) 12-Volt 1850CCA Total
RADIO {International} AM/FM Stereo With Weatherband, Clock, Includes Multiple Dual
Cone Speakers
Includes
: SPEAKERS IN CAB (2) Dual-Cone with Deluxe Interior
: SPEAKERS IN CAB (4) Coaxial with Premium Interior
8TMG TRAILER CONNECTION SOCKET 7-Way; Mounted at rear of Frame, Wired for Turn
Signals Combined With
Stop, Compatible With Trailers That Use Combined Stop, Tail, Turn Lamps
HORN, AIR Black, Single Trumpet, Air Solenoid Operated, Mounted Behind Bumper on Right
Rail
STARTING MOTOR {Delco Remy 38MT Type 300} 12 Volt; less Thermal Over-Crank
Protection
 INDICATOR, LOW COOLANT LEVEL With Audible Alarm
CIRCUIT BREAKERS Manual-Reset (Main Panel) SAE Type III With Trip Indicators,
Replaces All Fuses
Except For 5-Amp Fuses
GRILLE Stationary, Chrome
FRONT END Tilting, Fiberglass, With Three Piece Construction; for 2007 Emissions
PAINT SCHEMATIC, PT-1 Single Color, Design 100
Includes
: PAINT SCHEMATIC ID LETTERS "GN"
10761 PAINT TYPE Base Coat/Clear Coat, 1-2 Tone
11001 CLUTCH Omit Item (Clutch & Control)
12959 BLOCK HEATER, ENGINE {Phillips} or equal 120 Volt/1250 Watt
Includes
: BLOCK HEATER SOCKET Receptacle Type; Mounted below Drivers Door
12NSH ENGINE, DIESEL {International MaxxForce DT} or equal 50 State, 300 HP, 860 lb-ft
Torque @ 1400 RPM, 2400 RPM
Governed Speed, # 2 Bell Housing
Includes
: COLD STARTING EQUIPMENT Intake Manifold Electric Grid Heater with Engine ECM
Control
: CRUISE CONTROL Electronic; Controls Integral to Steering Wheel
: ENGINE OIL DRAIN PLUG Magnetic
: ENGINE SHUTDOWN Electric, Key Operated
: FAN Optimized Position
: FUEL/WATER SEPARATOR and FUEL FILTER in a Single Assembly; With Water-in-Fuel
Sensor; Mounted
on Engine
: GOVERNOR Road Speed, Electronic
: OIL FILTER, ENGINE Spin-On Type

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FAN DRIVE {Horton Drivemaster}or equal "Two Speed" Direct Drive, With Residual Torque
Device for Disengaged
Fan Speed
Includes
: FAN Nylon
RADIATOR Cross Flow, Series System; 1228 SqIn Aluminum Radiator Core and SqIn Charge
Air Cooler
Includes
: DEAERATION SYSTEM with Surge Tank
AIR CLEANER Dual Element
Includes
: GAUGE, AIR CLEANER RESTRICTION Air Cleaner Mounted
THROTTLE, HAND CONTROL Engine Speed Control for PTO; Electronic, Stationary Pre-
Set, Two Speed
Settings; Mounted on Steering Wheel
ENGINE CONTROL, REMOTE MOUNTED Provision for; Includes Wiring for Body Builder
Installation of PTO
Controls; With Ignition Switch Control for International post 2007 Emissions Electronic
Engines
EXPANDED ENGINE TEMP EFFECTS to Allow Higher Engine Operating Temperature
Range; Includes Nylon
Surge Tank and 15 psi Pressure Cap
TRANSMISSION, AUTOMATIC {ALLISON 3000_RDS_P} 4th Generation Controls; Close
Ratio, 5-Speed,
With Overdrive; On/Off Hwy; Includes Oil Level Sensor, With PTO Provision, Less Retarder,
With 80,000-lb
GVW & GCW Max.
Includes
: OIL FILTER, TRANSMISSION Mounted on Transmission
: TRANSMISSION OIL PAN Magnet in Oil Pan
OIL COOLER, AUTO TRANSMISSION {Modine} or equal Water to Oil, for Allison or
CEEMAT Transmission
TRANSMISSION SHIFT CONTROL {ALLISON} Push-Button Type; for Allison 3000 &
4000 Series
Transmission
SHIFT CONTROL PARAMETERS WT-Allison S-1 Performance Programming in Primary and
Allison S-4
Economy Programming in Secondary
ALLISON SPARE INPUT/OUTPUT for Rugged Duty Series (RDS); General Purpose Trucks,
Construction
AXLE, REAR, TANDEM {Dana Spicer DST41/RST41} Single Reduction; 40,000-lb Capacity,
With 200 Wheel
Ends
Includes
: POWER DIVIDER LOCK Electric over Air Operated, Cab Control with Indicator Light
: REAR AXLE DRAIN PLUG (2) Magnetic, For Tandem Rear Axle
SUSPENSION, REAR, TANDEM {Hendrickson RT-403} Walking Beam Type 52" Axle
Spacing; 40,000-lb
Capacity With Rubber Center Bushings
SUSPENSION/REAR-AXLE IDENTITY for Dana Spicer Eaton Style Tandem Rear Axles
With Bar-Pin Beam
Attachment Type Suspensions
FUEL/WATER SEPARATOR With Thermostatic Fuel Temperature Controlled Electric Heater,
and Filter
Restriction/Change Indicator, Includes Standard Equipment Water-in-Fuel Sensor
FUEL TANK Top Draw; D Style, Non Polished Aluminum, 50 U.S. Gal., 189 L Capacity, 16"
Tank Depth, With
Quick Connect Outlet, Mounted Left Side, Under Cab
CAB Conventional
Includes
: ARM REST (2) Molded Plastic; One Each Door

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: CLEARANCE/MARKER LIGHTS (5) Flush Mounted
: COAT HOOK Located on Rear Wall, Centered Above Rear Window
: FLOOR COVERING Rubber, Black
: GLASS, ALL WINDOWS Tinted
: GRAB HANDLE, CAB INTERIOR (1) "A" Pillar Mounted, Passenger Side
: GRAB HANDLE, CAB INTERIOR (2) "B" Pillar Mounted, One Each Side
: STEP (4) Two Steps Per Door
GAUGE CLUSTER English With English Electronic Speedometer
Includes
: GAUGE CLUSTER (6) Engine Oil Pressure (Electronic), Water Temperature (Electronic),
Fuel (Electronic),
Tachometer (Electronic), Voltmeter, Washer Fluid Level
: ODOMETER DISPLAY, Miles, Trip Miles, Engine Hours, Trip Hours, Fault Code Readout
: WARNING SYSTEM Low Fuel, Low Oil Pressure, High Engine Coolant Temp, and Low
Battery Voltage
(Visual and Audible)
GAUGE, OIL TEMP, ALLISON TRAN
CLUSTER DISPLAY On Board Diagnostics Display of Fault Codes in Gauge Cluster
SEAT, DRIVER {Gra-Mag}or equal Non-Suspension, High Back With Integral Headrest,
Vinyl, With Fixed Back
Includes
: SEAT BELT 3-Point, Lap and Shoulder Belt Type
SEAT, TWO-MAN PASSENGER {Gra-Mag}or equal With Two Integral Headrest, Vinyl, With
Fixed Back, Less Under
Seat Storage Compartment
Includes
: SEAT BELT (2) One 3-Point Shoulder Belt and One 2-Point Lap Belt (Center Position)
MIRRORS (2) {Lang Mekra}or equal Rectangular, 7.44" x 14.84", Brackets Breakaway Type,
With 102" Wide Spacing,
With 7.44" sq. Convex Both Sides
INSTRUMENT PANEL Center Section, Flat Panel
AIR CONDITIONER {International Blend-Air} With Integral Heater & Defroster
Includes
: FRESH AIR FILTER
: HEATER HOSES Premium
: REFRIGERANT Hydrofluorocarbon HFC-134A
FRESH AIR FILTER for HVAC
CAB INTERIOR TRIM Deluxe
Includes
: "A" PILLAR COVER Molded Plastic
: CAB INTERIOR TRIM PANELS Molded Plastic, Full Height; All Exposed Interior Sheet
Metal is Covered
Except for the Following: with a Two-Man Passenger Seat the Back Panel is Only Partially
Covered and with
a Full Bench Seat the Back Panel is
: CONSOLE, OVERHEAD Molded Plastic with Dual Storage Pockets and Retainer Nets and
CB Radio Pocket
: DOME LIGHT, CAB Rectangular, Door Activated, Timed Theater Dimming, Center Mounted,
Integral to
Console
: DOOR TRIM PANELS Molded Plastic; Driver and Passenger Doors
: HEADLINER Printed Cloth
: INSTRUMENT PANEL TRIM Molded Plastic with Black Center Section, Hidden Cup Holder
and Ash Tray
(Pull-Out)
: STORAGE POCKET, DOOR (1) Molded Plastic, Full-Length; Driver Door
: SUN VISOR (2) Padded Vinyl with Driver Side Toll Ticket Strap, Integral to Console
CAB REAR SUSPENSION Air Bag Type
WHEELS, FRONT DISC; 22.5" Painted Steel, 10-Stud (285.75MM BC) Hub Piloted, 5 Hand
Hole, Flanged
Nut, Metric Mount, 12.25 DC Rims; With Steel Hubs.

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            Includes
            : PAINT IDENTITY, FRONT WHEELS White
            : WHEEL SEALS, FRONT Oil Lubricated, Includes Wheel Bearings
            WHEELS, REAR DUAL DISC; 22.5" Painted Steel, 2 Hand Hole, 10-Stud (285.75MM BC)
            Hub Piloted, Flanged
            Nut, Metric Mount, 8.25 DC Rims; With Steel Hubs
            Includes
            : PAINT IDENTITY, REAR WHEELS White
            : WHEEL SEALS, REAR Oil Lubricated, Includes Wheel Bearings
            (8) TIRE,REAR 12R22.5 UNISTEEL G177 (GOODYEAR) 478 rev/mile, load range H, 16 ply
            (2) TIRE,FRONT 315/65R22.5 UNISTEEL G286A (GOODYEAR) 470 rev/mile, load range L,
            16 ply




The City of Opelika has prepared these specifications around a unit that best describes the need o the City. These
specifications are not intended to eliminate anyone from consideration but to merely establish the quality of the piece
of equipment desired by the City. The City realizes that specifications may vary slightly among manufacturers. The
City welcomes bids from any manufacturer who has equipment believed to be equal or to exceed these specifications.
The City will consider all bids and will award the bid to the supplier whose bid is believed to be in the best interest of
the City. The City of Opelika reserves the right to waive minor technicalities when in the best interest of the City.
All suppliers submitting bids shall provide with their bid, printed literature, specifications and warranty information.

Bidders are required to state exactly what they intend to furnish, otherwise, it is fully understood that they shall
furnish all items stated.

Bid proposal shall be accompanied by descriptive literature (marked), indicating the exact items to be furnished.
The term “as specified” will not be acceptable.




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                                                 PART THREE
                                                  BID FORM
                                                 ITB #B10-052
                      Specifications for a 50 foot sheave height hydraulic digger derrick

The undersigned declares that before preparing their bid, they read carefully the specifications
and requirements for Bidders and that their bid is made with full knowledge of the kind, quality,
and quantity of services and equipment to be furnished, and their said bid is as stated on these
pages. The undersigned offers and agrees, if this bid is accepted, within Sixty (60)
calendar days from the date of opening, to furnish any or all of the items upon which prices are
offered at the price set opposite each item, delivered at the designated point(s) within the time
specified. PLEASE SUBMIT BIDS IN DUPLICATE AS REQUESTED IN SECTION II, ITEM 2.6


  Item #                        Description                                                 Price
             50 FOOT SHEAVE HEIGHT HYDRAULIC DIGGER
     1                                                                      $   _______________________
             DERRICK MEETING ABOVE SPECIFICATIONS




Discounts will be allowed for prompt payment:         __________percent, 10 calendar days
                                                      __________percent, 15 calendar days
                                                      __________percent, 20 calendar days
                                                      __________percent, 30 calendar days

 COMPANY SUBMITTING
 BID

 ADDRESS

 CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE


 SIGNATURE OF PERSON AUTHORIZED TO SIGN BIDS


 TYPED NAME AND TITLE OF SIGNER

 TELEPHONE NUMBER _______________________ FAX NUMBER _________________________

FEDERAL ID NUMBER___________________ E-MAIL ADDRESS___________________________

 DATE

WEB SITE _______________________________________________________________________


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                            ANTI-COLLUSION STATEMENT

THE BELOW SIGNED QUOTER HAS NOT DIVULGED TO, DISCUSSED OR COMPARED HIS QUOTE
WITH OTHER QUOTERS AND HAS NOT COLLUDED WITH ANY OTHER QUOTER OR PARTIES TO A
QUOTE WHATSOEVER. NOTE: NO PREMIUMS, REBATES OR GRATUITIES TO ANY EMPLOYEE ARE
PERMITTED WITH, PRIOR TO, OR AFTER ANY DELIVERY OF MATERIALS. ANY SUCH VIOLATION
WILL RESULT IN THE CANCELLATION AND/OR RETURN OF MATERIAL (AS APPLICABLE) AND THE
REMOVAL FROM THE MASTER BIDDERS LIST.



FIRM NAME


BY (PRINTED)


BY (SIGNATURE)


TITLE


ADDRESS


FAX NUMBER




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                                                         ITB #B10-052
                                                  STATEMENT OF NO BID/PROPOSAL

NOTE: If you DO NOT intend to bid on this commodity or service, please complete and Return this form
immediately. Your response will assist us in evaluating all responses for this important project and to improve our bid solicitation
process.

The Purchasing Division of the City of Opelika wishes to keep its bid list file up-to-date. If, for any reason you cannot supply the
commodity/service noted in this bid/proposal solicitation, this form must be completed and returned to remain on the particular bid
list for future projects of this type.

If you do not respond to this inquiry within the time set for the proposal opening date and time noted, we will assume that you can no longer
supply this commodity/service, and your name will be removed from this commodity/service list.

_____              Specifications too “tight”, i.e. geared toward one brand or manufacturer only.

_____              Specifications are unclear (explain below)

_____              We are unable to meet specifications.

_____              Insufficient time to respond to the Request for Proposal.

_____              Our schedule would not permit us to perform.

_____              We are unable to meet bond requirements.

_____              We are unable to meet insurance requirements.

_____              We do not offer this product or service.

_____              Remove us from your proposers list for this commodity or service.

_____              Other (specify below).

REMARKS            _____________________________________________________

                   _____________________________________________________

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FIRM NAME:

PHONE:                                                 FAX:


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