John Deere 332G

Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Regular
$350
$1710
$3900
Corporate
$295
$1425
$3250

    Job Location
    Delivery; fuel, damage deposit and damages will be charged separately
    Need an operator?

    Description

    Machine summary

    DESCRIPTION

    The John Deere 332G rental is a great wheeled skid steer loader for industrial-size and commercial construction sites. This machine has an overall width of 6’6” (1.99m), and an SAE-rated operating capacity of 1,634 kg (3,600 lbs.) making it large and powerful when hauling dirt, gravel, sand, or serving general material handling needs. Get the guaranteed lowest rate from Rent1 when you order a skid steer rental with an operator, and enjoy professional quality work. The 332G is a wheeled skid steer loader, making it great for use on hard surfaces and large job sites that require higher forward speed (11.3km/h, 7mph) as opposed to a compact tracked loader, such as our John Deere 331G, which is best suited for soft ground surfaces.

    The 332G skid steer is built for high performance and reliability. This rubber wheeled skid steer is built with a 4-cylinder 3.1L diesel engine, giving it 100-gross rated horsepower at 2,500 rpms. The 332G’s operating weight is 4,450 kg (10,000 lbs.). The operator’s cab is enclosed, with ac, heat, hand, and foot controls, making it easy to use and for optimal productivity. This heavy duty equipment is great for heavy material handling work, landscaping, and loading debris into dump trucks.

    Power: The 332G Skid Steer’s 3.1L diesel engine is rated at 100HP (74.6 kW) and can carry loads up to 1,634 kg (3,600 lbs). The John Deere 332G has an operating weight of 4,450 kg (10,000 lbs).

    Size: At 7”2’ tall (to top of ROPS) and 6’6” wide, the 332G is best for open construction sites without spatial restrictions. If you need something smaller for a backyard lawn and garden project, check out our John Deere 313D skid steer equipment rental.

    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 332G has a 48-degree dump angle meaning it’s easy to raise and 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.

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    John Deere 332G

    SPECS

    Operating Weight

    4,450 kg (10,000 lbs.)

    Overall Height

    7’ 2” (2.19 m)

    Overall Width

    6’ 6” (1.99 m)

    Horse Power

    100 hp (74.6 kW) @ 2,500 rpm

    Operating Capacity @ 50% tipping load

    1,634 kg (3,600 lbs.)

    Clearance at Max Lift

    8’10” (2.69 m)

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    What can you do with a

    John Deere 332G 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

    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    Q. What if I blow a tire during one of my rentals?

    A. All the tires on our wheeled machines are manufactured to the highest standards of performance, reliable in all weather conditions, and durable on the most rugged job sites. You should never have to worry about a blown tire. In the very rare case where it happens, just call us and we’ll send someone out to repair or replace the tire.

    Q. What should I do when I receive my rental?

    A. As soon as your rental is delivered, we recommend taking photos of the exterior and cab for your records. Check out our tutorial video on how to take these photos before you start operating your equipment.

    Q. Is it ok to take a 332G skid steer on residential roads and highways?

    A. It is only ok to take skid steers on a residential road or highway if you have the proper insurance to do so. Get a hold of your insurance provider and let them know you need to drive your skid steer rental on the roads, and they will be able to provide you with the correct insurance policy to do so.

    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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