Skid Steer Loaders are low profile four-wheel machines where the wheels mechanically lock in synchronization on each side, and the machine turns by skidding, or dragging its fixed-orientation wheels across the ground. The rigid frame and strong wheel bearings prevent forces caused by the dragging motion from damaging the machine.
These machines can move material from one location to another and carry material or aggregates in its bucket or load material into a truck or trailer.
Modern Skid Steers now offer various attachments to meet the demands of the most any application. Various Attachments are a 3-Point Adapter, Angle Broom, Auger, Lasered Automatic Grade Control, Backhoe, Bale Fork, Box Blade, Boring Unit, Box Blade, Breaker, Brush Saw, Rotary Cutter, Various Buckets, Concrete Mixer, Concrete Pump, Digger, Dozer Blade, Drop Hammer, Dumping Hopper, Flail Cutter, Grader, Grapples, Landplane, Landscape Rake, Mower, Packer Wheel, Pallet Fork, Planer, Ripper, Scarifier, Scraper, Seeder, Silt Fence, Snow Blade, Snow Pusher, Snow V-Blade, Snowblower, Sod Layer, Soil Conditioner, Spreader, Steel Tracks, Stump Grinder, Sweeper, Tiller, Tilt-Tatch, Tree Spade, Trench Compactor, Trencher, Vibratory Roller and Wheel Saw.