Need to move materials in a hurry, yet don’t require the larger excavators for the smaller jobs? Our equipment company has the answer with the John Deere 317G Compact Track Loader CLT rental machine. It is a hauler, digger and leveler all in one machine that is perfect for landscapers, contractors, farmers, miners, developers and city public works crew when you are doing lighter outdoor work or performing construction and demolition in tighter worksite spaces.
The John Deere 317G Compact Track Loader CLT rental equipment is a rubber track skid steer to offer more stability when you are hauling loads that may shift in the bucket when going over uneven terrain. The tracks also evenly distribute the weight of the track loader so it can go over surfaces such as commercial or residential lawns, soil or underground pipework without damaging anything under its treads.
Easily carry loads of up to 2,125 lbs. as the track loader has a 35-degree angle to easily dump out its contents, even light stuff such as branches, brush, hay and leaves. You can go over all types of terrain with your load with a powerful and durable 65 HP, 5-cylinder engine. The cab area has a protective grill screen on the left and right sides while safety glass screen in the front provides the optimal view for the driver without hampering productivity.
Use the John Deere 317G Compact Track Loader CTL rental for any season to complete commercial and residential outdoor projects. Move snow, dig trenches, grade and level ground, clean up construction site debris, install fence posts, or load and unload soil, gravel or sand from spreaders and trucks.
Obtain a rental compact loader for your needs. Our equipment rental company offers guaranteed best rates for the newest rental equipment in our fleet.
Merlo 25.6 TeleLoader Rental
3,080 KG. (6,790 lb.)
66” (5’ 54”)
64.0 HP (47.7 kW)
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What can you do with a
John Deere 317G Compact Track Loader CTL Rental?
- Backfill trenches
- Prepare grounds for landscaping
- Load debris from construction sites into dump trucks
- Sod removal
- Plant trees and remove stumps
- Grade and level driveways
- Brush cutting
- Dig trenches
- Snow removal
- Fence pole installation
- Material handling
- Load pickup trucks, hoppers, and spreaders
- Carry sand and gravel
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
The main difference between a skid steer and a track loader is that skid steers operate on wheels instead of tracks. Skid steers can usually move much faster and provide better mobility for moving around construction sites or driving on roads.
If you happen to damage any of the machinery, it’s important that you take pictures of the damages right away. If the damages seem extreme or prevent the machinery from functioning normally, avoid further use. Above everything else, your safety is top priority. Then report the damages by contacting us at 604-359-6057. At Rent1, we appreciate your honesty. If you preemptively report damages that require repairs, we’ll waive off the rental fee for any additional days needed while the machinery is being repaired. For more details, check out our video tutorial on how to report damages.
We provide quick delivery on all skid steer loader rentals, excavator rentals, compact excavator and mini excavator rentals, and compact track loader rentals throughout Texas. See our delivery rates and our daily, weekly, and monthly rental rates for more details.
Don’t know how to operate a skid steer? Take advantage of our Rent1 safety training program! Learn about the uDig Experience to get proper safety training for operating heavy construction rental equipment and landscaping rental equipment.