Both powerful and versatile, wheel loaders are heavy-duty machines found on almost all construction sites. From loading small amounts of gravel to transporting large loads of rubble, wheel loaders are most commonly used for excavation, landscaping, and agriculture.
Like a large shovel, wheel loaders use a large bucket attached to a front arm to scoop up material to be transported or loaded into vehicles. They can be categorized into two types: light and heavy. Many different attachments can be used with wheel loaders, including forks, rakers, and couplers.
Since the uses for a wheel loader vary, consider the size and nature of your needs when looking at used wheel loaders.