Versatile New and Used Skid Steers Available
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These new and used skid steers 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 Steer Loaders and More
From used Bobcat skid steer loaders to a John Deere compact track loader, our massive listing of skid steers for sale just keeps going. No matter what the brand, skid steers 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 wet or difficult terrain jobs.
- 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 for an average job.
Types of Lifts for Skid Steer Loaders
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).