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312GR 2,680 kg (5,905 lb.) 1,680 kg (3,700 lb.) 704 kg (1,550 lb.) 37.8 kW (51 hp) 2.92 m (115.1 in.) (9 ft. 7 in.) 35.8 kW (48 hp)
314G 2,788 kg (6,140 lb.) 1,589 kg (3,500 lb.) 799 kg (1,760 lb.) 37.8 kW (51 hp) 3.07 m (121.0 in.)(10 ft.1 in.) 35.8 kW (48 hp)
316GR 2,806 kg (6,180 lb.) 1,816 kg (4,000 lb.) 795 kg (1,750 lb.) 48.5 kW (65 hp) 2.92 m (115.1 in.)(9 ft. 7 in.) 45.6 kW (61 hp)
318G 2,970 kg (6,542 lb.) 1,930 kg (4,250 lb.) 883 kg (1,945 lb.) 48.5 kW (65 hp) 3.07 m (121.0 in.) (10 ft. 1 in.) 45.6 kW (61 hp)
320G 3246 kg (7,150 lb.) 1905 kg (4,200 lb.) 994 kg (2,190 lb.) 51.7 kW (69 hp) 3.10 m (122.2 in.) (10 ft. 2 in.) 49.4 kW (66 hp)
324G 3496 kg (7,700 lb.) 2724 kg (6,000 lb.) 1221 kg (2,690 lb.) 55.0 kW (74 hp) 3.20 m (126.0 in.) (10 ft. 6 in.) 52.5 kW (70 hp)
330G 4,495 kg (9,900 lb.) 3450 kg (7,600 lb.) 1,362 kg (3,000 lb.) 68.0 kW (91.2 hp) 3.35 m (132.0 in.)(11 ft.0 in.) 66 kW (88.5 hp)
332G 4,540 kg (10,000 lb.) 4,200 kg (9,250 lb) 1,634 kg (3,600 lb.) 74.6 kW (100 hp) 3.35 m (132.0 in.)(11 ft.0 in.) 72 kW (96.6 hp)

How Should You Choose Your Skid Steer?

Once you’ve read through some of our John Deere skid steer specs, you probably have a better idea of your needs. For example, some of our equipment might be difficult to store and some might not handle tight workspaces, so think about your future projects and narrow down your options to only include specifications that make sense.

Thankfully, skid steers are extremely versatile and allow you to handle compact construction projects easily if you pick equipment that meets your needs. We suggest comparing some of the models that match your needs to get a better understanding of what you’re looking for with your next skid steer. And with convenient attachments, you can even personalize your John Deere skid steer to your job site. You can choose between snow pushes and snow blades, rock buckets, manure scrapers, bale spears, and even a multi-purpose bucket. Our selection of John Deere skid steers includes:

  • John Deere 312GR
  • John Deere 314G
  • John Deere 316GR
  • John Deere 318G
  • John Deere 320G
  • John Deere 324G
  • John Deere 330G
  • John Deere 332G

We’re also confident that our used skid steer loaders are up to the challenge, delivering power and performance without the large price investment. Our team of financing experts is here to help you price out your equipment needs to find the right fit. We offer competitive rates and flexible terms through our equipment loans program, but we also offer skid steer leasing solutions to help you reduce your maintenance costs.

Start by reviewing all of our John Deere skid steer specs, narrow down your list, and then contact one of our financing departments in Illinois to learn how easily a skid steer could fit into your fleet.

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John Deere Skid Steer Parts & Service

We know how important it is to maintain your equipment. Our team is qualified to deliver the necessary repairs to ensure you’re operating safely. With convenient locations all around Illinois and available mobile service for projects that need on-the-job assistance, we make it easy to handle all your skid steer service needs. As a certified John Deere provider, we’re also able to perform repairs under warranty and uphold the manufacturer’s standards in the process.

We’re also your source for John Deere skid steer parts and attachments. We know equipment failures cost money, which is why we offer quick shipping and a large inventory of skid steer parts in stock to help you meet your goals. We even employ factory-trained parts professionals that understand your skid steer and can ensure it gets the right part for the job. Visit one of our several locations in person, call our team, or even send us an email to learn how we can ensure your skid steer is up for the job ahead.

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