Compact Track Loaders have been a popular choice for construction fleets and landscaping jobs for decades, and for good reason too. With plenty of power and other unique features to keep operators running, it’s hard to fall short with this machine.
It’s fluid-efficient diesel and large tank will fill up with more than enough, allowing you to go all day without being interrupted. Not only are you saving time, but you’re lowering costs as well.
That all sounds pretty great, but let’s dive into the nitty-gritty. What exactly do you need to know? We’ll take a look at some questions we often get about our CTLs.
What exactly is a compact track loader?
To put it simply, a compact track loader is essentially a skid steer on tracks. With the ability to take on a number of different jobs, these mini track loaders are known for doing well in poor ground conditions. Their ability to operate on uneven, muddy, snowy, or sensitive surfaces helps to decrease potential downtime out on the job site, and can take you places that some CCE can’t.
Is it hard to operate a compact track loader?
The John Deere Compact Track Loader was built with its operators in mind. With color-coded handles and conveniently-placed controls, you’ll be able to learn quickly. After you become used to operating the compact track loader, you’ll find the operation similar to learning how to drive a car. It may seem intimidating at first, but give it some practice and then you’ll be ready to roll.
What can I do with a compact track loader?
We’ll answer this question with another question: how creative can you get with a compact track loader? Thanks to increased hydraulic flow and a whole lot of power, the CTL can hook up to a wide variety of attachments, meaning an even broader list of jobs...
Leveling and grading
Are compact track loaders easy to maintain?
Just like any other equipment, you’ll need to regularly service and maintain your track loader to extend its life. Each John Deere owner’s manual will give you a more detailed timeline of regular service that needs to be performed, giving you a better understanding of what to do and when to do it.
These compact track loaders were designed to offer easy serviceability for operators, including ground-level access to daily service checkpoints and components. A hinged rear door was included for simple core cleanout and trash removal, allowing you to spend less time servicing and more time doing.
Compact Track Loaders are a great choice for many jobs either out on the job site or right in your own background. If you have any other questions that weren’t answered up above, reach out to our staff here at Eis Implement in Two Rivers, WI and we’ll be happy to answer them for you. We know browsing through equipment can be overwhelming, and that’s why our staff wants to make the process as smooth as possible for you. Let us find the right machine for you!