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Bulldozers, or dozers for short, are a type of heavy equipment that move large quantities of materials, like dirt, gravel, rubble, and debris...Show More

Bulldozers, or dozers for short, are a type of heavy equipment that move large quantities of materials, like dirt, gravel, rubble, and debris. They are easily recognizable by their blade attachments, which are mounted in the front.

Typical bulldozer tasks include clearing land and leveling surfaces for road construction. Small dozers, at 70-90 horsepower (hp) can handle small-scale earthmoving jobs, while moderate to large dozers, at up to 250 hp, are good for tackling heavy-duty construction and maintenance jobs. Tracked bulldozers are capable of maintaining traction as they operate on muddy or uneven surfaces. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.

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Equipment ID: 27-120

70-79 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-135

80-89 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-140

90-99 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-145

100-119 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-155

120-130 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-160

140-149 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-175

150-199 hp Bulldozer

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Equipment ID: 27-200

200-249 hp Bulldozer

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The makes/models shown are examples only and equipment delivered may differ. Contact customer support to check on the availability of specific makes/models.

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FAQs

How much does it cost to rent a bulldozer?

Bulldozer rental pricing depends largely on the dozer size and how much horsepower you need. Rentals are available by the day for quick jobs, or at weekly and monthly rates for larger projects. Contractor’s equipment insurance is required.

Daily prices range from $438 for a 70-79 hp dozer to $546 for a 90-99 hp machine. By the week, you can rent a 70-79 hp dozer for $1,294, a 80-89 hp mid-sized dozer for $1,377, and the 90-99 hp dozer for $1,536. Monthly prices are $3,631, $3,952, and $4,431, respectively. If you need a larger model, you may need to request a quote.

What type of bulldozer do I need?

Bulldozers come in three main types: mini bulldozers, crawler dozers, and wheeled dozers.

  • Mini dozers are versatile and easy to maneuver in small spaces while working on driveways, residential areas, and snowy areas.
  • Crawler or track bulldozers provide extra traction for moving heavy materials over rough terrain.
  • Wheel dozers can handle heavy-duty tasks, too, but they’re more maneuverable than crawlers; they’re good for leveling and moving material on relatively smooth surfaces that don’t require extra traction.

 

How much horsepower do I need?

Our models range from 70 hp at the low end all the way up to 249 hp.

Small dozers (70-79 hp) can be used to clear a residential lot, move rocks, plow snow, remove tree trunks, or remove asphalt from a roadside. Larger machines (140-149 hp) are commonly used to dig and level ground at worksites. The largest bulldozers (200-249 hp) can be found clearing roads after natural disasters and working at demolition sites.

What bulldozer blades or attachments are best for my project?

A variety of blades and attachments can be used for different kinds of jobs involving different loads and weights.

  • An S-blade works well for stumping, backfilling, and grading uneven terrain.
  • A U-blade is designed for ditching, pushing, and material handling.
  • The narrower, slightly curved S-U-blade combines the best elements of both for tasks such as backfilling and crowning; it’s great for pushing soil over long distances.
  • An angle blade is a good option for moving soft or medium-hard soil, snow, or gravel.
  • A PAT blade (Power-Angle-Tilt) is a versatile blade good for leveling and scraping harder materials.

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