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$27,500 USD
John Deere Grapple skidder with winch. Good running condition and has been maintained well.
Attachment TypeGrapple
MLS Number9751620
LocationMontrose, Colorado, US
Listed byPrivate Party

2017 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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FPT TIER IV, DA/17 SQ FT, 30.5S 3@20% 1@50%, HOURS: 5459,
Usage5,459 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelFPT TIER IV
Stock Number1912076
MLS Number9745807
LocationForsyth, Georgia, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company

2014 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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TIER 4I, DA/17 GRAPPLE/14 BOLT INBOARD AXLES, 30.5 x 32 (2@30%, 1@40%, 1@50%), HOURS: 8213,
Usage8,213 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelTigercat TIER 4I
Stock Number1902870
MLS Number9641047
LocationNewberry, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
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CUMMINS TIER III, DA/17 SQ FT, 30.5S 2@10% 1@20% 1@90%, HOURS: 11473,
Usage11,473 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelCummins TIER III
Emission RatingTier 3
Stock Number1815171
MLS Number9485720
LocationThomasville, Georgia, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
$129,000 USD
Dual arch, 19.1 ‘ grapple, winch, 35.5 tires, Just in,
Usage6,727 Hours
Stock NumberF000636
MLS Number9762186
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
$169,000 USD
Dual arch, 19.1 ‘ grapple, winch, 35.5 tires, 4474 hours,
Usage4,474 Hours
Horse Power281 HP
Engine ModelJohn Deere PowerTech PSS 9.0L
Stock NumberF000551
MLS Number9500024
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First

2014 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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FPT TIER IV I, DA/17 SQ FT/DANA AXLES, 30.5 4@49%, HOURS: 10712,
Usage10,712 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelFPT TIER IV I
Stock Number1908671
MLS Number9703443
LocationThomasville, Georgia, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company

2015 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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6.7 TIER 4, DA/17/14 BOLT AXLES, 30.5X32 2@ 40% 2@50%, HOURS: 7326,
Usage7,326 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelTigercat 6.7 TIER 4
Stock Number1833370
MLS Number9594924
LocationPolkton, North Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company

2015 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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FPT, 15-0338/EHS TRANSMISSION, 30.5S FRONT 70%/30% REAR 50%, HOURS: 5295,
Usage5,295 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelFPT
Stock Number1827170
MLS Number9594894
LocationWalterboro, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
$51,000 USD
1987 Caterpillar 518 Cable Skidder, , Engine Rebuilt May 2019 With Documentation Available , New Head, Bearings, Liners, Etc With Rebuild , 1000 Hours On Transmission ...
MLS Number9678170
LocationSouth US, Kentucky, US
Listed byCarolina Used Machinery
$169,500 USD
Dual arch, 19’ grapple, 35.5 tires, winch. Serviced and ready to go
Usage6,735 Hours
Horse Power265 HP
Engine ModelTigercat FPT N67
Stock NumberF000632
MLS Number9729196
LocationLexington, South Carolina, US
Listed byForestry First
$219,000 USD
Push Blade, Sweeps, EROPS, Grapple,
Horse Power237 HP
Engine ModelJohn Deere PowerTech PVX 6068
Stock Number23471
MLS Number9697358
LocationPortland, Oregon, US
Listed byJ. Stout Auctions
$85,000 USD
2012- 648H John Deere, dual arch & winch, air & heat, NEW 30.5's, nice & tight!,
Usage9,995 Hours
MLS Number9758934
LocationMaplesville, Alabama, US
Listed byHeart of Dixie Parts & Equipment
$24,000 USD
1986 Timberjack 230A Skidder, , Seller Has Owned For 12 Years , Cummins Engine , Rebuilt Eaton Winch , Rebuilt Transfer Case , Completely New Brake System ,...
MLS Number9758795
LocationMid Atlantic US, Pennsylvania, US
Listed byCarolina Used Machinery
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TIER III, SA/17 SQ FT/DANA 43R AXLES, 30.5X32 2@20% 2@0@, HOURS: 11525,
Usage11,525 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelCummins TIER III
Emission RatingTier 3
Stock Number1908770
MLS Number9703444
LocationNewberry, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
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FPT TIER 4, DA/19/14 BOLT AXLES, 35.5X32 1@70% 1@10% 2@50%, HOURS: 6846,
Usage6,846 Hours
Horse Power265 HP
Engine ModelFPT TIER 4
Stock Number1902871
MLS Number9641519
LocationNewberry, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company

2015 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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FPT, DA/17 SQ FT, 30.5S 1@65% 2@90% 1@80%, HOURS: 5965,
Usage5,965 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelFPT
Stock Number1836171
MLS Number9608198
LocationForsyth, Georgia, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company

2014 Tigercat 620E Skidder

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FPT TIER IV, DA/17 GRAPPLE/43R AXLES, 30.5X32 3@60% 1@10%, HOURS: 6807,
Usage6,807 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelFPT TIER IV
Stock Number1830372
MLS Number9594907
LocationPolkton, North Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
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Deere 848G Skidder, big tires, no winch, dual function with bunching grapples. Boom is currently being line bored.
Usage12,000 Hours
MLS Number9758113
LocationEugene, Oregon, US
Listed byCrowley Equipment, Inc.
$29,500 USD
-Erops, -Runs good, -Hydraulics need cooler replaced, -4 cylinder engine
Stock NumberZID-126433
MLS Number9624699
LocationHarrisonburg, Virginia, US
Listed byZadoon
$39,900 USD
2004 Deere 848D Dual Arch Grapple Skidder, 12,000 Hours, 4000 Hours on Motor, New Turbo Last Year, 35,5X32 Tires @ 50%, Tire Chains on Front, and Winch. Please Call For More Info. Working...
Usage12,000 Hours
Drivetrain4WD
Stock NumberVT-848G
MLS Number9706646
LocationBrainerd, Minnesota, US
Listed byUS Equipment Sales
$178,000 CAD
1997 Cat 527 Tsk , New engine 1000hrs ago, New torque and Tranny 100hrs ago, Swing Boom, Quad Tracks Cab, 6 Way Blade $178,000
MLS Number9756506
Location100 Mile House, British Columbia, CA
Listed byWyatt's Used Equipment Sales
$130,000 USD
Skidder 2014, model 648H with grapple by John Deere. Currently located in Rusk, TX. Contact via email raywilson2@hotmail.com or call 801-750-0721.
Usage7,480 Hours
Attachment TypeGrapple
MLS Number9757693
LocationWillow Park, Texas, US
Listed byMorse Consulting, Inc.

2008 Tigercat E620C Skidder

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CUMMINS, 19 SQ FT, 30.5X32 1@20% 1@25% 2@70%, HOURS: 17,210,
Usage17,210 Hours
Engine ModelCummins
Stock Number1908471
MLS Number9699984
LocationConway, South Carolina, US
Listed byTidewater Equipment Company
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CUMMINS TIER IV, 17 SQ FT/TIGERCAT AXLES, 35.5X32 2@30% 2@50%, HOURS: 10306,
Usage10,306 Hours
Horse Power220 HP
Engine ModelCummins TIER IV
Emission RatingTier 3
Stock Number1833473
MLS Number9594933
LocationConway, South Carolina, 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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