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New and Used Skid Steers for Sale in BC

DLE AMC offers a wide variety of skid steers for sale and provides trusted brands to meet your needs. We have multiple locations throughout BC, including Surrey, Kamloops, Vernon, Kelowna, Abbotsford, and Dawson Creek. Additionally, we have a dealership in Grande Prairie, Alberta. We offer competitive financing and leasing options for skid steers, as well as attractive prices for pre-owned skid steers.

New and Used Skid Steers for Sale in Peace River / Dawson Creek

New and Used Skid Steers for Sale in Thompson Nicola / Kamloops

New and Used Skid Steers for Sale in Fraser Valley / Abbotsford

New and Used Skid Steers in Lower Mainland / Surrey

New and Used Skid Steers in Okanagan / Kelowna

New and Used Skid Steers in Okanagan / Vernon

New and Used Skid Steers in Grande Prairie, AB

Showroom Equipment

Kubota Skid Steers/Track Loaders

New Holland Skid Steers/Track Loaders

DLE AMC BC and AB Locations


17924 56th Ave
Surrey, British Columbia V3S 1C7

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706 Carrier Street
Kamloops, British Columbia V2H 1G2

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7155 Meadowlark Rd
Vernon, British Columbia V1B 3B6

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Grande Prairie

14250 100th St
Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 7C7

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1521 Sumas Way
Abbotsford, British Columbia V2S 7P4

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1090 Stevens Rd
West Kelowna, British Columbia V1Z 1A3

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Dawson Creek

11508 8th St
Dawson Creek, British Columbia V1G 3R8

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Williams Lake

685 MacKenzie Ave S
Williams Lake, British Columbia V2G 1E2

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Skid Steer Brands

New Holland Skid Steers
Kubota Skid Steers

Skid Steer Videos

Tips when purchasing a used skid steer

If you’re on the hunt for a used skid steer or just generally looking at skid steer listings, ensure you’re making a wise purchase by doing these steps:

Conduct a Thorough Visual Inspection

  • Go beyond the surface paint.
  • Check for dents, dings, and leaks.
  • Inspect hoses, cylinders, and the underbelly of the skid steer for wear or any out-of-place elements.

Evaluate Machine Hours

  • Low hours are enticing, but consider the type of work they represent.
  • Was the machine used for gentle landscaping or rigorous demolition? Both have different wear impacts.

Examine Buckets and Tires

  • Inspect the bucket for any ‘smiling’ or drooping in the middle, signalling wear.
  • Look at the tires; worn-out tires can be an added expense.

Inspect Filters

  • Filters should indicate when they were last changed.
  • A well-maintained filter can give insights into the overall care taken by the previous owner.

Test Drive

  • Operate the machine to test its driving and hydraulic responsiveness.
  • Check for excessive play in joints and ensure smooth functioning.

Used Skid Steers are still an investment for any project, whether it be in commercial landscaping or construction. It’s always a good idea to do your research prior to purchase.