and Anita Peugh started business making trailers and repairing farm
equipment in Klamath Falls, Oregon in 1936 as Vern Peugh
Vern established a reputation for doing quality repair and
at reasonable prices. In January 1963, the name was changed to
Peugh Welding and Machine when their son, Dean, joined them in
Some of the equipment they have built are: Hay Bucks; Land Scrapers;
Checker/Boarder Machines for Flood Irrigation; Irrigation Pipe
Trailers; Utility Trailers;
Potato Presizer; Potato Elevators; Tool Carriers for Subsoiler
Ripper Teeth and Ditching Plows;
Experimental Plot Combines for Colleges; Sheet Metal Corrigators and
Harvesters. They designed and developed the first MIGHTY CLAMP
Many of the machines they built are still operating after many, many
years of use.
When Vern retired in 1968, Dean and his wife Helen
continued operating the
business, and in 1977 changed the name to
C-2 Hydraulics, Inc.
Their children Christine and Albert, like Dean, were
raised in the
business and in 1994 Albert took over as manager. The two men
continue designing equipment and have added Trouble Shooting
and System Design to the other services C-2 offers.
Albert has taken over the ownership of C-2
The business is still operating in the same location
where it was
started so many years ago, and the same commitment to
good service, workmanship, and quality materials remains.
In 1993, Dean and Helen followed a desire to have
in Oregon that has a reputation for manufacturing high quality
at reasonable prices and started Messenger Mfg.
Now Dean and Helen, have retired from C-2 Hydraulics,
and are focusing their time on Messenger Mfg.
Messenger Mfg has developed several
products and are looking for more to produce.
Contact Messenger Mfg.
For Prices and Availability
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