Skid Steer and Compact Track Loaders

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At H.O. Penn Machinery, you'll find a diverse selection of skid steers and compact track loaders equipped to take on any job. All of our equipment comes with factory-authorized parts and services, preventive maintenance plans and financing.

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226D3 Skid Steer Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
67.1 HP
Operating Weight
5849 lb
Wheel Base
41.5 in
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232D3 Skid Steer Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
67.1 HP
Operating Weight
6514 lb
Wheel Base
41.5 in
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236D3 Skid Steer Loader

Net Power - ISO 9249
73.9 HP
Engine Model
Cat 3.3B DIT (turbo)
Peak Torque - 1,500 rpm - SAE J1995
195 ft·lbf
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239D3 Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
67.1 HP
Operating Weight
7434 lb
Vehicle Width (320 mm/12.6 in tracks)
66 in
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242D3 Skid Steer Loader

Engine Model
Cat C3.3B DIT (turbo)
Net Power - ISO 9249
73.9 HP
Peak Torque - 1,500 rpm - SAE J1995
195 ft·lbf
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246D3 Skid Steer Loader

Net Flywheel Power
72.9 HP
Net Power - ISO 9249
73.7 HP
Engine Model
Cat C3.3B DIT (turbo)
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249D3 Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
67.1 HP
Operating Weight
7831 lb
Length - Track on Ground
54.5 in
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259D3 Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
74.3 HP
Operating Weight
8987 lb
Length - Track on Ground
59 in
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262D3 Skid Steer Loader

Net Flywheel Power
72.9 HP
Engine Model
Cat C3.3B DIT (turbo)
Net Power - ISO 9249
73.7 HP
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272D2 XHP Skid Steer Loader

Maximum Reach - With Arms Parallel to Ground
49.1 in
Bumper Overhang - Behind Rear Axle
46.2 in
Clearance at Maximum Lift and Dump
97.4 in
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272D3 Skid Steer Loader

Roll Back Angle
28°
Net Power - ISO 9249
96 HP
Net Flywheel Power
95 HP
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272D3 XE Skid Steer Loader

Roll Back Angle
28°
Peak Torque - 1,500 rpm - SAE J1995
276 ft·lbf
Net Power - ISO 9249
107 HP
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279D3 Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
74.3 HP
Operating Weight
10095 lb
Length - Track on Ground
64.2 in
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289D3 Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
74.3 HP
Operating Weight
10688 lb
Length - Track on Ground
64.2 in
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299D3 Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
98 HP
Operating Weight
11464 lb
Length - Track on Ground
69.6 in
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299D3 XE Compact Track Loader

Gross Power - SAE J1995
110 HP
Operating Weight
11756 lb
Length - Track on Ground
69.6 in
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299D3 XE Land Management Compact Track Loader

Peak Torque - 1,500 rpm - SAE J1995
276 ft·lbf
Engine Model
Cat C3.8 DIT (turbo)
Net Power - ISO 9249
107 HP
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Cat® Skid Steers and Compact Track Loaders for Sale

Our current skid steer and compact track loader lineup includes a complete selection of 200 series Cat machines. When determining what machinery is the right fit for your fleet, you can view our equipment specifications to see the differences between our track vs. wheel skid steer loader selections.

Skid Steer Loaders

Our powerful, efficient wheeled skid steers have net powers ranging from 73.7 to 107 horsepower and peak torques between 196 and 276 pounds of force. Our product lineup comprises many D3 skid steer loaders from the Cat 200 series, including the following:

Compact Track Loaders

Our 200 series compact track loaders are as robust as they are adaptable, with gross powers between 67.1 and 110 horsepower, operating weights between 5,849 and 11,756 pounds, and track lengths ranging from 54.5 to 69.6 inches. Our comprehensive assortment includes the following models:

About Cat Skid Steers and Compact Track Loaders

Though compact track loaders and skid steers have many similar functions, these machines also exhibit many differences. When you choose the equipment that's right for your individualized application needs, you can take on any project with maximum performance and efficiency.

Skid Steers vs. Track Loaders

The most obvious difference between compact track loaders and skid steers is that track loaders feature a tracked chassis, while skid steers have tires.

Skid steers are generally lighter than track loaders, making them faster, easier and less expensive to transport. Their wheels also enable them to exert more pressure onto the ground, letting them achieve faster speeds than compact track loaders on hard surfaces.

Because compact track loaders have tracks instead of wheels, they have excellent weight distribution, making them more stable when navigating harsh terrains, such as mud, snow and loose soil. Their tracks also cause minimal ground disruption, resulting in less site cleanup. Track loaders are also known to exhibit better operator comfort due to their smooth operation.

Accessories and Tooling Options

When you choose H.O. Penn for skid steer loaders or compact track loaders, you'll also find a comprehensive assortment of tools and accessories to enhance your equipment's capabilities. From augers to grapples to backhoes and more, we have the cutting-edge attachments you need to facilitate even the most demanding jobs.

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