Bull Dozers for Rent

Featured Bull Dozers

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Yellow John Deere 100-115 HP low ground pressure bulldozer moving dirt next to a red brick building with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2305

Bulldozer, 100-115 HP, Low Ground Pressure

  • Operating weight up to 20,974 lbs.; ground pressure up to 4 PSI
  • Blade width up to 10'4''
  • Digging depth up to 19.8"
  • Blade capacity up to 2.6 cubic yards
  • Ideal for easily clearing dirt for construction and industrial applications
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow and black JCB 104 HP Bulldozer
Code de catégorie/classe
903-0600

Bulldozer, 104 HP

  • Blade capacity: 2.9 cubic yards
  • Digging depth: 19.7"
  • Operating weight: 20,974 lbs.
  • Ground pressure: 3.98 PSI
  • Utilisations : Ideal for excavation, demolition and construction work
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Yellow John Deere 110 HP bulldozer moving dirt up an incline with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2110

Bulldozer, 110 HP

  • Blade width up to 8'8"
  • Digging depth up to 19.2"
  • Operating weight up to 21,980 lbs.
  • Blade capacity 2.16 cubic yards
  • Ideal for easily clearing dirt for construction and industrial applications
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow and black John Deere bulldozer with low ground pressure moving dirt with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2330

Bulldozer, 125-139 HP, Low Ground Pressure

  • Operating weight up to 33,197 lbs.; ground pressure up to 5.31 PSI
  • Blade width up to 12'
  • Digging depth up to 21"
  • Blade capacity up to 4.16 cubic yards
  • Ideal for easily clearing dirt for construction and industrial applications
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Dozer standard pack
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2130

Bulldozer, 130 HP

  • Blade width of up to 12'
  • Digging depth of up to 21"
  • Operating weight of up to 31,290 lbs.
  • Blade capacity of 2.4 cubic yards
  • Ideal for excavation, demolition and construction work
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Yellow and black John Deere low ground pressure bulldozer moving dirt through a wooded area with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2350

Bulldozer, 140-150 HP, Low Ground Pressure

  • Blade digging depth up to 25.6"
  • Up to 8 track rollers per side
  • Up to 165 horsepower engine available
  • High-performance blade hydraulics
  • Ideal for easily clearing dirt for construction and industrial applications
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Dozer, 140-150 HP, Standard Track, product shot on white background
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2150

Bulldozer, 140-150 HP, Standard Track

  • 140-150 horsepower
  • Transmission hydrostatique
  • Track on ground up to 102"
  • Blade digging depth up to 21"
  • Ideal for digging and moving heavy dirt or construction materials between spaces on jobsites
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Dozer, 190 HP, Low Ground Pressure
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2395

Bulldozer, 190 HP, Low Ground Pressure

  • Powershift or hydrostatic transmission
  • Blade digging depth up to 26"
  • Up to 207 horsepower engine available
  • 24-36 in. track shoe width
  • Ideal for digging and moving heavy dirt or construction materials between spaces on jobsites
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Yellow and black John Deere small bull dozer front angle view
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2070

Bulldozer, 70 HP, Small

  • Blade width up to 8'1"
  • Digging depth up to 20.8"
  • Operating weight up to 16,283 lbs.
  • Blade capacity 2.1 cubic yards
  • High-performance blade hydraulics
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Yellow John Deere small 70 HP low ground pressure bulldozer moving dirt next to a building with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2270

Bulldozer, 70 HP, Small, Low Ground Pressure

  • Blade width up to 9'7"
  • Digging depth up to 20.8"
  • Operating weight up to 17,525 lbs.
  • Blade capacity 2.6 cubic yards
  • High-performance blade hydraulics
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Yellow John Deere small 90 HP bulldozer moving dirt up an incline with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2090

Bulldozer, 90 HP, Small

  • Blade width up to 9'7"
  • Digging depth up to 20.6"
  • Operating weight up to 19,640 lbs.
  • Blade capacity 2.4 cubic yards
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
  • Add this bulldozer to your cart now
Yellow John Deere small 90-95 HP low ground pressure bulldozer moving dirt next to a stone wall with a worker in the cab
Code de catégorie/classe
906-2290

Bulldozer, 90-95 HP, Small, Low Ground Pressure

  • Operating weight up to 21,180 lbs.; ground pressure up to 4.57 PSI
  • Blade width up to 10'4''
  • Digging depth up to 22.84"
  • Blade capacity up to 2.6 cubic yards
  • Ideal for easily clearing dirt for construction and industrial applications
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
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FAQs About Bulldozers

Bulldozers are heavy-duty earthmoving equipment that use metal plates, or “blades,” to clear sites of waste, excess soils, rubble and other materials. They run on rubber tracks instead of wheels, which helps them move through muddy sites.

The different sizes of bulldozers are organized by horsepower. The higher the horsepower, the bigger the size and blade capacity. Bulldozers between 85 horsepower and 105 horsepower are considered standard-sized or medium bulldozers; they are used for general construction and can move around smaller jobsites. Dozers with 160 horsepower to 200 horsepower are used in larger construction sites, road construction and mining applications. Bigger, heavier-duty machines used in highway construction and on large sites are 200 horsepower and higher. Learn more about bulldozers in our FAQ section below.

Can a bulldozer remove stumps?

A bulldozer may break a stump off the ground or clear fallen trees but will have trouble removing roots. In fact, a large tree stump may damage the blade. Equipment like a backhoe or an excavator with a thumb or hammer attachment can remove tree stumps more easily without damage.

How many hours do bulldozer tracks last?

The durability of the bulldozer tracks depends on the work you're doing and the materials the bulldozer is clearing. A general rule of thumb is that after 2,500 to 3,500 hours the tracks will need some maintenance. The tracks may need to be replaced after 5,000 to 7,000 hours.

What size bulldozer do I need?

The right size dozer depends on the work you are doing and where you are working. Consider what your site can handle. Make sure the bulldozer can move around your site without damaging the ground or structures. Also, consider whether your dozer can keep up with your other equipment.