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Caterpillar 527 Skidder

Caterpillar 527 Skidder

$250,000 USD
Machine is in like new condition bought this a year ago used one job and parked it lots of repairs done top to bottom on this machine just came out of cat with full transmission rebuild...
Usage500 Hours
MLS Number9432115
LocationOlympia, Washington, US
Listed byHolbrook
Tigercat 630E Skidder

2016 Tigercat 630E Skidder

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Virginia hill tractor. 21' grapple, 35.5 tires, winch. Serviced and ready to roll Tigercat complete machine warranty to 7-19-18, Tigercat engine warranty to 6000 hrs or 7-19-19.
Usage2,730 Hours
Stock NumberF000506
MLS Number9419586
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
2001 Caterpillar 527 Skidder
$200,000 USD
2001 Cat 527 Swingboom with Bunching grapples. Work Done: Pivot shafts, hard bar, engine rebuild, Rads, torque, top king post bore and bearing,line bored boom to stick with new pins ...
MLS Number9457096
LocationEugene, Oregon, US
Listed byCrowley Equipment, Inc.
2016 Tigercat Skidder

2016 Tigercat Skidder

$200,000 USD
2016 Tigercat 620E Skidder, no winch, dual arch, 2,200 hrs...........$230,000.
Usage2,200 Hours
MLS Number9294910
LocationRedding, California, US
Listed byShane Co.
2015 Tigercat 620E Skidder

2015 Tigercat 620E Skidder

$200,000 USD
2015 Tigercat 620E Skidder, winch dual, arch, 2,700 hrs.....................$230,000.
Usage2,700 Hours
MLS Number9294911
LocationRedding, California, US
Listed byShane Co.
1997 Caterpillar 527 Skidder
$189,000 USD
1997 Caterpillar 527 Track Skidder with Fixed Boom Grapple and Winch. Just Thru the Shop to Repair Anything and Everything. Immaculate New Paint. Recent Repairs Include: Weld / Grind All...
Stock NumberSK2537
MLS Number9456977
LocationRickreall, Oregon, US
Listed byCC Heavy Equipment
1981 Caterpillar D6D Skidder with Grapple
$60,500 USD
1981 Caterpillar D6D Grapple Cat, Straight blade Very clean, Good undercarriage Ready to work
MLS Number9456975
LocationRedding, California, US
Listed byShane Co.
Caterpillar 545C Skidder
$88,000 CAD
CAB W/AC, CHAINS, LIMB RISERS, DUAL FUNCTION GRAPPLE, STACKING BLADE, LESS WINCH, 35.5 TIRES, TORQUE CONVERTER TRANS
Usage10,900 Hours
Stock Number0U500876
MLS Number9456937
LocationFORT ST JOHN, British Columbia, CA
Listed byBrandt Tractor
John Deere 848H Wheeled Grapple Skidder
$85,000 CAD
35.5X32 TIRES, TR. DIA. CHAINS, LARGE STEERING CYLS, LARGE BOOM CYLS, LED LIGHTS, 135" GRAPPLE
Usage11,311 Hours
Stock Number0U648590
MLS Number9346635
LocationPRINCE GEORGE, British Columbia, CA
Listed byBrandt Tractor
Caterpillar 525C Skidder
$40,000 USD
2008- CAT 525C, single arch & winch, cold air, good working machine
MLS Number9442995
LocationMaplesville, Alabama, US
Listed byHeart of Dixie Parts & Equipment
Timberjack 360 Skidder

1997 Timberjack 360 Skidder

$49,900 USD
One Owner, Cummins 6BT Engine (6000 hours on rebuild), 30.5 Tires with Ring Chains, Open Cab, Tight, Dry, Operates Properly, rear diff does not lock in.
Stock NumberC000395
MLS Number9443014
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
John Deere 748H Skidder
$42,900 USD
14725 Hours, Just arriving, being run through the the shop. Nice, clean Virginia Tractor!
Usage14,725 Hours
Stock NumberF000536
MLS Number9438788
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
2004 Timberjack 360D Log Skidder
$33,000 USD
2004 Timberjack 360D Log Skidder, Enclosed Cab, Grapple & Winch, Hour Meter Reads: 1,234 (Unverified) All offers including offers at the asking price are subject to review and acceptance by...
Usage1,234 Hours
Stock Number8063049-01
MLS Number9432313
LocationAlbany, New York, US
Listed byRTR Services
John Deere 648H Wheeled Grapple Skidder
$150,000 CAD
CAB W/AC, CHAINS, 125" GRAPPLE, STACKING BLADE
Usage6,600 Hours
Stock Number1U633992
MLS Number9445750
LocationEDMONTON, Alberta, CA
Listed byBrandt Tractor
John Deere 748H Skidder
$199,000 CAD
CAB WITH A/C, SECONDARY STEERING
Usage6,862 Hours
Stock Number0U661939
MLS Number9169347
LocationPRINCE GEORGE, British Columbia, CA
Listed byBrandt Tractor
John Deere 748H Skidder
$155,000 CAD
T3, 193HP, 130" GRAPPLE, 17.9 SQ FT, SWEDA, 30.5 TIRES
Usage8,815 Hours
Stock Number0C636202
MLS Number9116515
LocationCRANBROOK, British Columbia, CA
Listed byBrandt Tractor
John Deere 748l Skidder
$280,000 CAD
T4, EXTREME DUTY AXLES, CHAINS, DUAL FUNCTION GRAPPLE, STACKING BLADE, 35.5 TIRES
Usage3,447 Hours
Stock Number0U675207
MLS Number9418178
LocationPRINCE GEORGE, British Columbia, CA
Listed byBrandt Tractor
Caterpillar 545C Skidder
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8121 Hours, Just arriving, Dual arch, 19’ grapple Winch, 30.5 tires
Usage8,121 Hours
Stock NumberC000393
MLS Number9444268
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
Caterpillar 525C Skidder
$134,500 USD
5261 Hours, Dual Arch, 14.4 grapple, Winch,, New Nokian 30.5 20 ply tires, Dual Power, Cleaned, serviced and ready to go.
Usage5,261 Hours
Stock NumberF000538
MLS Number9443011
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
2007 John Deere 648H Skidder
$57,500 USD
2007 JD 648 H, 17,000 hrs. Tons of work. Working everyday.....
MLS Number9441303
LocationRedding, California, US
Listed byShane Co.
2010 Caterpillar 525C Grapple Skidder
$45,000 USD
2010 Caterpillar 525C Grapple Skidder, Enclosed Cab, Blade, 4WD, A/C, Heat, Grapple, Hour Meter Reads: 9,749 (Unverified), S/N: CAT0525CL52500937 All offers including offers at the asking...
Usage9,749 Hours
Stock Number8063947-01
MLS Number9441966
LocationRaleigh, North Carolina, US
Listed byRTR Services
Tigercat 630E Skidder
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3461 Hours, 19Ft grapple
Usage3,461 Hours
Stock Number1817871
MLS Number9440415
LocationWalterboro, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
Tigercat 620E Skidder
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6267 Hours, 17 SQ FT/EXTREME AXLES
Usage6,267 Hours
Stock Number1817970
MLS Number9440414
LocationWalterboro, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
Tigercat 620E Skidder
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9400 Hours, DA/17 SQ FT/DANA AXLES
Usage9,400 Hours
Stock Number1817271
MLS Number9440413
LocationHazlehurst, Georgia, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
Tigercat 610E Skidder
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DA/TIGERCAT GRAPPLE/DANA AXLES
Usage3,391 Hours
Stock Number1817270
MLS Number9440412
LocationHazlehurst, Georgia, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
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Skidders for Extracting Logs

Skidders typically work in conjunction with forestry harvesters to transport fallen trees, and certain kinds of skidders can even help push trees over as well. There are many different types of skidders to choose from, each with their own unique systems for pulling logs away to be harvested. Some are designed for speed while others are designed for especially steep slopes that require additional maneuverability. Choosing the right type of skidder will impact the productivity of your logging operation.

My Little Salesman has a wide variety of new and used skidders for sale that are designed to extract logs through short paths or across long distances using a variety of efficient methods.

Choosing the Right Skidder

Skidders can be classified into three different types:

  • Grapple Skidders - Grapple skidders have jaws that open from the bottom to grab a load of logs. The operator does not need to get out of the machine to estimate turns with this design, which considerably increases productivity. This is the most popular type of skidder.
  • Cable Skidders - Cable skidders have a winch cable and a choker set for gathering logs into place. The operator can use the winch to pull trees that are not accessible to other skidders. Cable skidders can handle steep inclines well.
  • Clambunk Skidders - These skidders work the same as grapple skidders, except the jaws open from the top instead of the bottom. This design allows for clambunk skidders to transport larger loads than grapple skidders. Although they can carry a lot, clambunk skidders have lower maneuverability levels in general.

What is the Difference Between Skidders and Forwarders?

Both skidders and forwarders can transport fallen logs to a nearby clearing. However, a forwarder completely lifts logs off the ground, while a skidder drags them. This means that forwarders have a smaller footprint than skidders, but they are not able to carry as many logs at once.

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