John Deere 320D


    Job Location
    Delivery; fuel, damage deposit and damages will be charged separately
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    Machine summary


    Need to rent a skid steer that can carry more weight than a John Deere 318D skid steer rental? If tight spaces are not an issue, the increased load capacity of a John Deere 320D Skid Steer Rental might be the way to go. Get the guaranteed lowest rate from Rent 1 when you order our rental equipment with an operator, and enjoy professional quality work for your commercial or residential lawn and garden project. Note that this is a wheeled skid steer loader and is best for use on hard, even surfaces such as pavement. If you need to rent a compact track loader for navigating soft or muddy terrain, check out our wide selection of steel and rubber tracked loaders.

    When you rent the John Deere 320D skid steer loader, you can trust in its performance. The 320D has heavy‐duty drive chains that never need adjusting, and the battery is maintenance free. Keep productivity high with a comfortable high back seat and intuitive controls. This skid steer loader has a rated operating capacity of 885 kg (1,950 lb.) and a tipping load of 1,769 kg (3,900 lb.); so it is ideal for lawn and garden projects, material handling, and loading debris into dump trucks.

    Powerful: The 320D skid steer has a turbocharged 2.4L diesel engine delivering 69 HP so that you can carry heavy loads, with a rated operating capacity of 885 kg (1,950 lb.) and a tipping load of 1,769 kg (3,900 lb.) The operating weight of the base machine is 2,921 kg (6,435 lb.).

    Size: The 320D is 60 inches (5’10”) wide and can manoeuvre through some confined spaces. If you need more power or a higher operating weight, the next size up from the 320D skid steer is the John Deere 325D skid steer rental.

    Visibility:As with the John Deere 318D, the 320D offers superior visibility to give you a clear view of the bucket and the tire edges, so it’s helpful in close quarters and makes for a safer job site.

    Versatile: The 320D skid steer bucket has a 40-degree dump angle to empty all content, including sticky material, into dump trucks. This rental equipment can also equip numerous attachments, including brush cutters, grapple rake, forks, and an auger attachment.


    John Deere 320D


    Operating Weight

    2,921 kg (6,435 lbs.)

    Overall Height

    6’ 5” (1.95 m)

    Overall Width

    5’ 10” (1.77 m)

    Horse Power

    66 hp (49.2 kW) @ 2,800 rpm

    Operating Capacity @ 50% tipping load

    885 kg (1,950 lbs.)

    Clearance at Max Lift

    7’6” (2.29 m)


    What can you do with a

    John Deere 320D Skid Steer rentals?

    • Backfill trenches
    • Prepare grounds for landscaping
    • Load debris from construction sites into dump trucks
    • Material handling
    • Load pickup trucks, hoppers, and spreaders
    • Carry sand and gravel
    • Dig trenches
    • Snow removal
    • Sod removal
    • Plant trees and remove stumps
    • Grade and level driveways
    • Brush cutting


    Q. What should I do if I accidently damage the machine?

    If you happen to damage your 320D, it’s important that you take pictures of the damages right away. If the damages seem extreme or prevent the 320D 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 machine is being repaired. For more details, check out our video tutorial on how to report damages.

    Q. How do I end my rental?

    It’s very simple. As soon as you’re done with your rental equipment, call or text one of our administrators at 604-359-6057 to close your rental period. Make sure that you’ve refilled the fuel gauge to the same amount it was at prior to your usage, and that the machinery is clean and free from any compiled residue from your previous job. Lastly, take the same pictures as you did before your rental and send them over to us to confirm that everything is in the same condition. Then, just leave the keys out of sight or under the mat so that one of our staff members can pick up the equipment.

    Q. Why would I use a skid steer instead of a track loader?

    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.

    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.


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