Skid Steer Loaders

Buying one of Kanga’s skid steer loaders is like getting a multi-tool machine that does the hard work for you. Each Kanga machine is effectively a hydraulic power pack that you can drive around site on.

These machines are ideal for landscaping, fencing, estate management, arborist work and much more. In fact, those of us who regularly use Kanga Loaders actually see their machine as their most reliable worker.

 

The various accessories that fit on Kanga skid steers can turn your machine into anything from a motorised barrow to a post hole borer. Thousands of arborists and landscapers have had years of reliable service from their Kanga machines, just look at our testimonials to see what people are saying.

We like to think of Kanga as the original wheeled or tracked hydraulic loader, but the last few years has seen a raft of copycat machines that may have compromised performance and durability in favour of driving down the initial cost.

Kanga loaders aren’t just designed in Australia, they are actually made to extremely high standards in a state of the art factory in Queensland. So when we say that Kanga is authentically Australian, we mean it!

There are a few pretenders to Kanga’s throne as king of the skid steer loaders, but we can proudly boast that you only get the highest levels of performance and build quality from the genuine article. Let’s have a look at some of the differences:

Kanga Loaders

  1. The load is placed directly over the bearings to maximise the life of moving parts.
  2. Large wheel diameter allows for thicker rims and more stability
  3. Well-designed wheel motors mean simple servicing, removal and replacement
  4. Seals are protected from damage caused by twine and grass entanglement
  5. Advanced engineering ensures long life and minimal maintenance costs

Other Skid Steer Loaders

  1. Overhung loads place more strain on bearings, risking premature failure
  2. Small wheel diameter requires thin rim profile, compromising load bearing
  3. Servicing and repair could be more frequent because of superfluous parts
  4. Seals are protected from damage caused by twine and grass entanglement
  5. Lower quality design leads to costly downtime

Fencing

Post hole borers for easier fencing

Landscaping

Planting, cutting and clearing made easy

Irrigation

Tools to make light work of trench digging

Arboriculture

The ultimate tool for managing trees