Iron Mountain Iron & Equipment, LLC

89 Pond Rd. Vernon, VT. 05354

(802) 375-3061 Tom Szirbik, Sr.

ironmountainiron@gmail.com

                

On the way back from Pharr, Tx. to Chicago, visited the Gas Monkey Garage, Fired Up Garage, and ASM Upholstery shop in Dallas, Tx. on 11-18-17. 

Stopped by GMG, Fired Up Garage, and Sue's (ASM) Upholstery shop in Dallas, Tx. on 11-18-17. That was a great day, great way to build some memories. She is standing here with my son, TJ. Sue is a great lady... she spent 45 minutes with us, very friendly.

Stopped by the Chrome Shop Mafia's place on our way from Springfield, Mo. to Pharr, Tx. 11-13-17

Transport, service, sales.

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                  Iron Mountain Iron & Equipment, LLC

89 Pond Rd.

Vernon, Vt. 05354


MC 952058

​USDOT 1291504

Our double drop extendable trailer stretched to 50 feet in the well...

​This old non-running Cat D8 2U series bulldozer moved from Manalapan, NJ to southwestern Vermont 11-7-15. The project consisted of removing the blade, and pulling it onto the trailer...then winching it off in Vermont. Over 16 hours of labor in this move aside from the transporting, makes it interesting and fun as well as gratifying to everyone involved.

Heavy equipment transport, support services, customized loading/off-loading, rigging. Serving New England and much further...

11-4-21; Moving a converted boxcar/caboose from Lenox, MA to Canterbury, NH with the help of Coady's Towing of Lawrence, MA... John Kemp, their senior operator at the winches. We utilize heavy rotators as our primary source of lifting/rigging for convenience, and speed of relocating from jobsite to jobsite.

Above: Old 1960's era Caterpillar D-8 in Manalapan, New Jersey that we carried to south-western Vermont for a customer. One small obstacle; it didn't run. We disconnected the blade, pulled it on with another machine the seller was kind enough to let us use, and loaded the blade on the back end and away we went.

These are some of the unique projects that we like to do...it sets us apart from the crowd.

​The owner of the Fired Up garage property Dwayne let us inside and all over the property...that was pretty neat. The GMG crew and Fired Up crew weren't around that day unfortunately...but Sue (ASM) was and that was fun meeting and talking to her.

D8L dozer with a bad engine we tackled on 8-13-19 in Brattleboro, Vt. Removed blade and axles to allow it to roll and then we winched the dozer onto the deck and transported it 20 miles to the repair shop who would be rebuilding the engine. Returned to the site and had to drive pins out of push arms and fold the arms down to get to legal height to transport it separately. Mission accomplished, owner happy...


These types of projects require more than just a trucker; we provide mechanical experience along with rigging and various other skill sets to make these jobs happen.

Call us for whatever you might have that needs transporting,eliminate excessive fees from     brokers, call us and deal with the ones that have the experience and do the actual work. No need to complicate things by including 3rd parties.

Don't like hype, sales pitches, or overly-pushy know-it-all types on the other end of the phone? Then you've just struck GOLD here.


Call Iron Mountain Iron & Equipment, llc for a friendly, old-fashioned conversation like it used to be before everything got so complicated. You won't get the runaround here, just straight forward discussion on point about the job at hand....


Find us on the web at: "www.ironmountainironhauling.com," or call and ask for Tom, the owner and person that will take his time to listen and explain what we can do associated with your needs. Over 40 years experience in the field, and still doing it with the same passion as when it was still a dream. May be a little older now, but with that comes some good qualities as well. That is stated by the 1978 Kenworth trucks themselves!