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Typical Rates For a Skid Steer Loader Rental

CapacityDrivetrainDaily RateWeekly RateMonthly Rate
700 lbs. Wheel $170 - $200 $490 - $650 $1,150 - $1,300
1,350 lbs. Wheel $225 - $275 $650 - $800 $1,550 - $1,700
1,500 lbs. Wheel $210 - $300 $710 - $850 $1,625 - $1,750
1,750 lbs. Wheel $250 - $300 $725 - $900 $1,625 - $1,800
1,900 lbs. Track $305 - $350 $915 - $1,000 $2,750 - $3,000
2,000 lbs. Track $605 - $700 $915 - $1,125 $2,750 - $3,000
2,400 lbs. Wheel $285 - $500 $900 - $1,125 $2,800 - $2,950
2,500 lbs. Track $470 - $750 $1,250 - $1,400 $3,100 - $3,000

Skid steer loaders are popular due to their compact size, great handling, and the large amount of attachments available. They are capable of zero-radius turning (pirouette), as the right and left sides are powered independently. Skid steer loaders are commonly referred to as bobcats. They are often used for trenching and digging holes in areas where an excavator cannot reach, such as areas that have a roof or other obstruction that a skid-steer could fit underneath.

Common Uses for Skid Steer Loaders

  • Digging
  • Carrying Tools and Materials
  • Pushing Materials, Dirt, etc.

Skid Steer Loader Attachments

  • Angle Brooms
  • Augers
  • Dumping Hoppers
  • Grapples
  • Hydraulic Breakers
  • Mowers
  • Pallet Forks
  • Rippers
  • Snow Blowers
  • Stump Grinders
  • Sweepers
  • Tillers
  • Tree Spades
  • Trenchers
  • Wheel Saws
  • Wood Chippers