If you need to load debris, plow snow, or move materials in tight spaces, a skip loader can be an excellent choice...Show More
If you need to load debris, plow snow, or move materials in tight spaces, a skip loader can be an excellent choice. These compact machines can handle commercial or residential construction tasks, such as loading debris, moving land materials, or even plowing, on a variety of job sites. However, it is not equipped for excavation projects.
Skip loaders typically come with a shovel, bucket, or scoop on the front for carrying heavy materials and a backhoe or a box scraper blade on the back. You can also adapt them for different tasks with the help of attachments like bale spears, skid hoes, pallet forks, and augers. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.
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You can rent a 60 to 70-hp skip loader landscape tractor for $277 a day, $993 a week, or $2,028 a month. Because of their compact size, skip loaders can be an economical choice compared with other types of earthmoving equipment.
Skip loaders, as the name suggests, load heavy material, such as debris, dirt, rubble, or gravel. They’re also ideal for light digging and can be used for agricultural jobs such as leveling and contouring land. Their compact size allows them to maneuver in tight spaces and do some heavy lifting. They aren’t suited for excavation projects.
A skip loader comes with a loader on the front for lifting and transferring heavy material. You can use the loader to move everything from dirt and debris to gravel. The rear of the machine features a backhoe or box scraper blade that can be used for leveling land for farming jobs. A variety of attachments like bale spears, skid hoes, pallet forks, and augers can allow you to do even more.