John Deere 330G


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    Machine summary


    Get the guaranteed lowest rate from Rent1 when you order a skid steer rental with an operator, and enjoy professional quality work. The John Deere 330G rental is an ideal machine for commercial construction sites and industrial-scale work. With a 4-cylinder 3.1L diesel engine, this wheeled loader has 91.2 hp (68.0 kW) at 2,500 rpm. The overall width of the 330G is 6’6” (1.98m), making this a larger body frame for more open construction sites while bringing additional power when hauling dirt, gravel, sand, or for general material handling. If you need a smaller machine for lawn and garden projects, check out the John Deere 314G.

    The 330G is a wheeled skid steer loader, meaning it’s best for use on hard surfaces. The forward speed is much quicker than a compact tracked loader. This wheeled skid steer is built for high performance and reliability. The operating weight is 4,495 kg (9,900 lbs.). The operator’s cab is enclosed, with heat, ac, hand, and foot controls, for ease of use and to maximize productivity. The SAE-rated operating capacity is 1,362 kg (3,000 lbs.) at 50% of the tipping load, so it is great for heavy material handling work, landscaping industrial sites, and loading debris into dump trucks.

    Power: The 330G Skid Steer’s 3.1L diesel engine delivers 91.2 HP and can carry loads up to 1,362 kg (3,000 lbs). The John Deere 330G has an operating weight of 4,495 kg (9,900 lbs).

    Size: At 6’6” wide and 7’2” tall (to top of ROPS), the 330G is best suited for open areas and large construction sites without spatial restrictions.

    Visibility: All John Deere skid steer wheel loaders are built to maximize visibility, giving operators a clear view of the bucket and the rubber tire edges, which is helpful in close quarters and makes for a safer job site, whether commercial or residential lawn and garden.

    Versatile: The 330G has a high-degree dump angle that allows the bucket to empty all content into dump trucks, including sticky or wet materials. This rental equipment also equips numerous attachments; brush cutters, grapple rake, forks, and an auger attachment.


    John Deere 330G


    Operating Weight

    4,495 kg (9,900 lbs.)

    Overall Height

    7’ 2” (2.19 m)

    Overall Width

    6’ 6” (1.98 m)

    Horse Power

    91.2 hp (68 kW) @ 2,500 rpm

    Operating Capacity @ 50% tipping load

    1,362 kg (3,000 lbs.)

    Clearance at Max Lift

    8’10” (2.69 m)


    What can you do with a

    John Deere 330G 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. How do I decide if I need tracks or wheels?

    A. Ask yourself, “What kind of surface will I be operating on?” If you’re using this equipment on soft ground or loose gravel, or if you’re operating on dirt in a season when it rains a lot, then tracks will provide the grip needed to complete your job and avoid getting stuck. If your job is on hard ground such as pavement, then you can take advantage of the increased speed of a wheeled loader, such as the John Deere 330G.

    Q. What if I need maintenance on a machine while I’ve rented it?

    A. All our machines go through a thorough mechanical inspection before we ship them to your job site, so maintenance should never be a problem during your rental. In the rare circumstance where you do need maintenance, just call us we’ll send someone out to repair or replace the machine.

    Q. How do I end my rental?

    A. It’s very simple. As soon as you’re done with your rental equipment, call or text one of our administrators 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.

    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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