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2015 New Holland L228 Skid Steer
$44,500 USD
Usage
376 Hours
In Palatine, Illinois, US
MLS # 9092192
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2006 New Holland L185 Skid Steer
$20,500 USD
Usage
2,021 Hours
In Palatine, Illinois, US
MLS # 9092186
Caterpillar 252B3 Skid Steer
$42,290 CAD
Usage
1,095 Hours
In Kindersley, Saskatchewan, CA
Listed by KRAMER LTD
MLS # 9125799
Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer
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Usage
3,569 Hours
In Mcdonough, Georgia, US
Listed by YANCEY BROS CO
Stock # UC07138
MLS # 9125466

2007 Doosan 440 Skid Steer

Doosan 440 Skid Steer
$12,000 USD
Usage
1,435 Hours
In Jefferson City, Missouri, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # AK05177
MLS # 9098117

2006 Case IH 430 Skid Steer

Case IH 430 Skid Steer
$21,000 CAD
Usage
3,070 Hours
In Cranbrook, British Columbia, CA
MLS # 9096026
Caterpillar 262C2 Skid Steer
$34,700 USD
Usage
730 Hours
In Springfield, Missouri, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # TMW00632
MLS # 9091414
Caterpillar 246B Skid Steer
$18,000 USD
Usage
4,362 Hours
In Jefferson City, Missouri, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # PAT01947
MLS # 9091900
Caterpillar 262D Skid Steer
$41,000 USD
Usage
415 Hours
In Salem, Illinois, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # DTB03512
MLS # 9098095
Caterpillar 242B Skid Steer
$21,000 USD
Usage
1,310 Hours
In Foristell, Missouri, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # BXM02176
MLS # 9091393
Caterpillar 236D Skid Steer
$37,650 USD
Usage
634 Hours
In Joplin, Missouri, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # BGZ01904
MLS # 9091387
Caterpillar 299D Skid Steer
$42,100 USD
Usage
2,081 Hours
In Troy, Illinois, US
Listed by FABICK CAT
Stock # HCL00657
MLS # 9053268
Caterpillar 279C2 Skid Steer
$45,800 USD
Usage
1,286 Hours
In Austell, Georgia, US
Listed by YANCEY BROS CO
Stock # UP06850
MLS # 9125447
Caterpillar 279C2 Skid Steer
$45,800 USD
Usage
1,074 Hours
In Austell, Georgia, US
Listed by YANCEY BROS CO
Stock # UP06852
MLS # 9125446

2011 Bobcat S630 Skid Steer

Bobcat S630 Skid Steer
$20,000 USD
Usage
1,925 Hours
In Columbus, Ohio, US
Listed by OHIO CAT
Stock # UC00287
MLS # 9016568

The Marketplace for All Types of Skid Steers

These new and used skid steers for sale are speedy treaded assistants that can be outfitted to perform a wide variety of landscaping and construction tasks. We list new and used skid steers for sale by owners and dealers with bucket, fork, or grapple attachments (and beyond), wheel and track, with either a radial or vertical lift, and an operating capacity and horsepower that can accommodate your specific needs.

Used Bobcat Skid Steers for Sale and More

From used Bobcat skid steer loaders for sale to a smaller used John Deere compact loader (or a used New Holland skid steer model), our massive listing of used skid steers for sale is just keeps going. No matter what the brand, new and used skid steers for sale can be classified into three different types:

Mini Skid Steer – The smallest type of skid steer available.

  • Used for everything from landscaping to small-scale demolition work and light hauling
  • Typically weighs 2,200 pounds

Compact Track Loader – The most popular choice of skid steers for most jobs (like a used John Deere compact track loader, for example).

  • Used for removing debris, transporting or spreading material, leveling, and more
  • Weighs anywhere from 3,600 to 7,000 pounds.

"Muscle Machine" Skid Steers -

  • Used for major retrenching projects, tree stump removal, and other heavy-duty tasks
  • Weighs more than 7,000 pounds

You’ll usually need a skid steer with an operating capacity between 1,750 to 2,000 pounds (like a used New Holland skid steer, for example) for an average job.

Skid Steer Lifts

There are two types of new and used skid steers available to choose from: radial-lift and vertical-lift models. Oftentimes both types can perform the same job, and for these instances, radial-lift models generally weigh less and are cheaper. However, there are some key differences. Radial-lift models are better for loading onto lower surfaces such as flatbeds and pickup trucks, while vertical-lift models tend to better handle materials that need to be unloaded onto higher locations (or when stockpiling).