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Skid Steer Loaders

Your skid loader is the workhorse you rely on for everything from landscaping, barn-cleaning, corral-grading, to lane-maintenance. Anytime you need to push, blow, sweep or move, you’re turning to this must-have piece of equipment.  Not only are the attachments handy, but the steering system is critical for maneuverability in tight spaces.

Skid Loader Attachments

-          Angle Broom- a cylinder shape, heavy-duty sweeper that picks up dirt, gravel, leaves and snow on a variety of surfaces, wet or dry.

-          Augers- drills clean holes through a variety of materials.

-          Backhoes- a smaller version of the skid steer that is more compressed and maneuverable.

-          Bale Carriage and Bale Handlers- clamps and transports bales of hay.

-          Grader rake- rapidly grades, rakes, and levels a variety of terrain.

-          Grapples, a grapple bucket with Manure Forks, great for scooping up larger, loose materials during farming or landscaping.

-          Multi-purpose or 4-in-1 bucket- safely transports large rocks, loose soil or other debris.

-          Pallet Forks- turns the loader into a fork lift.

-          Other

Winter Inspection Tips

-          Flush radiator and refill to proper freeze point

-          Inspect radiator hoses

-          Check for water: chain cases, final drives, swing gear baths, & gear boxes

-          Add proper fuel conditioner additive for winter

-          Check fuel filter & water separator for service

-          Verify proper operation of cold start aids

-          Assess condition of block heater if equipped

-          Inspect lights and wipers

-          Load test battery & clean battery terminals

-          Examine heater hoses & heater core

-          Inspect defrosters, cab air flow, & cab air filters

-          Recommend proper grade lubricants for winter

-          Inspect cutting edges and teeth

-          Check tension and belt wear

-          Inspect air pre-cleaners

-          Test backup alarms

-          Check tires

 

Equipment Maintenance Tips

The skid loader is one of your most frequently used pieces of equipment, with a wide variety of uses. For that reason, it is recommended that you perform maintenance regularly to prevent excessive wear and damage.

-          Check the engine oil level and hydraulic/hydrostatic fluid levels before and after operation, being sure not to overfill oil and fluids.

-          Inspect the engine air filter to reduce the risk of clogged and damaged air filters, as they will affect horsepower and efficiency.

-          Regularly check the coolant system to prevent overheating and damage to the engine.

-          Lubricate lift arms, cylinders and pivot pins after every use.

-          Be sure tires are checked regularly for wear, damage and pressure. Tires should be inflated to the maximum pressure to reduce wear.

-          Rotate tires intermittently.

-          Engine valves should be adjusted every 1800-2000 hours.

-          Visually check attachment components (hoses, cylinders, auger flighting and teeth, cutting blades and edges) for wear damage, fluid levels and lubrication.

 

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Common Skid Loader Equipment Manufacturers

    

ASV

BOBCAT

BOXER

CAMS GROUP

CASE

CAT

COMMANDER

CORMIDI

COUGAR

DAEWOO

DEERE

DINGO

DITCH WITCH

DOOSAN

DOOSAN DAEWOO

FARM PRO

FERMEC

FIAT HITACHI

FINN

FORD

GEHL

HYDRA-MAC

HYSOON

IHI

JCB

KOMATSU

KUBOTA

LIUGONG

LONKING

MASSEY FERGUSON

MCLOUGHLIN

MUSTANG

NEW HOLLAND

OWATONNA

POLARIS

RAMROD

RHINO

ROUNDER

SCATTRCK

SUNWARD

SUPERTRAK

TAKEUCHI

TEREX

THOMAS

TORA

TOYOTA

VERMEER

VOLVO

WACKER NEUSON

YANMAR

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