With our huge inventory of new, used and rental equipment, WesTrac has the right machine for the job.
Need a workhorse on your team? Designed for the toughest jobs in the roughest conditions, Cat® Skid Steer Loaders deliver superior performance, comfort, and serviceability. The uncluttered floor, spacious interior, and low effort joystick controls keep you working comfortably all day long. The powerful Cat Skid Steer Loaders work with a wide range of Cat Attachments that can be easily interchanged for maximum versatility.
All Cat skid steer loaders are designed with the latest hydraulic technology and built to maximise performance and safety. With electro-hydraulic joystick controls and electronic torque management, Cat skid steer loaders are engineered to assure high output even in the most demanding applications.
With both radial and vertical lift paths, every Cat skid steer loader can perform even the most demanding tasks in the toughest conditions, with operating capacity ranging from 680 to 1,656 kilograms and net flywheel power ranging from 42 to 79 kilowatts depending on the model.
Comfort and ease of operation have been designed into every aspect of the operator station inside every model of Cat skid steer loader. The wide, spacious interior and uncluttered floor provide a comfortable work environment with excellent head, shoulder and leg room to keep productivity high and fatigue low. The adjustable seat and low effort controls keep the operator comfortable throughout the work day.
The wide selection of new and used attachments available on Parts.Cat.Com allows you to easily expand the capacity of your Cat skid steer loader and take on a number of diverse tasks. Choose from augers, buckets, brooms, blades and more!
Marty Mielcarz, owner of ProCoat Group, admits yellow iron wasn't his first choice. He started out with another brand only to have that machine cark it on the job. We hooked him up with a Cat skid steer loader and he has never looked back.
Luke Brownlee, owner of Newcastle Earthworks, turns his machines over every few years. He prefers to put his money into repayments, not repairs. He invested in a Cat skid steer loader because it retains its value for resale down the track.