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Bulldozers for Rent

United Rentals offers a full fleet of bulldozer rentals for projects big and small. Bulldozers are ideal for clearing or leveling in farming, construction, roadbuilding and more.

For our full list of bulldozers, view the items below. For more information about bulldozers, visit our FAQ section.

Yellow John Deere bulldozer
Cat Class Code
906-2070

70-80 HP Bulldozer

  • 70-80 horsepower depending on model
  • Standard track
  • 8' blade width depending on model
  • 24" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
Yellow John Deere Bulldozer
Cat Class Code
906-2090

90-95 HP Bulldozer

  • 90-95 horsepower depending on model
  • Standard track
  • 9'7" blade width depending on model
  • 20" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow John Deere 110 HP bulldozer
Cat Class Code
906-2110

100-114 HP Bulldozer

  • 100-114 horsepower depending on model
  • Standard track
  • 8'9" blade width depending on model
  • 19" dig depth depending on the model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow John Deere bulldozer with low ground pressure
Cat Class Code
906-2270

70-80 HP Bulldozer, Low Ground Pressure

  • 70-80 horsepower depending on model
  • Low ground pressure
  • 9'7" blade width depending on model
  • 21" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
Orange and black Case small bull dozer with low ground pressure
Cat Class Code
906-2290

90-95 HP Bulldozer, Low Ground Pressure

  • 90-95 horsepower depending on model
  • Low ground pressure
  • 10' blade width depending on model
  • 23" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow John Deere bulldozer with low ground pressure
Cat Class Code
906-2305

100-115 HP Bulldozer, Low Ground Pressure

  • 100-115 horsepower depending on model
  • Low ground pressure
  • 10'4" blade width depending on model
  • 20" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow and gray JOHNDEERE 125-139 HP Bulldozer, Low Ground Pressure
Cat Class Code
906-2330

125-139 HP Bulldozer, Low Ground Pressure

  • 125-139 horsepower depending on model
  • Low ground pressure
  • 11' blade width depending on model
  • 21" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
Yellow John Deere bulldozer with low ground pressure
Cat Class Code
906-2350

140-150 HP Bulldozer, Low Ground Pressure

  • 140-150 horsepower depending on model
  • Low ground pressure
  • 13' blade width depending on model
  • 26" dig depth depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing, grading, dumping and backfilling
  • This is oversized equipment. View permit information below.
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FAQs About Bulldozers

Also called dozers, bulldozers are heavy-duty pieces of earthmoving equipment that use metal plates, or “blades,” to clear sites of waste, excess soil, rubble and other materials. They run on steel or rubber tracks instead of wheels, which helps them move through muddy sites. The different sizes of dozers for rent are categorized by horsepower. The higher the horsepower, the bigger the size and blade capacity. Bulldozers between 70 horsepower and 105 horsepower are considered standard-sized or medium bulldozers; they are used for general construction and can move around smaller jobsites. Bigger, heavier-duty machines used in highway construction and on large sites are 150 horsepower and higher. Learn more about rental bulldozers in our FAQ section below.

The different sizes of dozers for rent are categorized by horsepower. The higher the horsepower, the bigger the size and blade capacity. Bulldozers between 70 horsepower and 105 horsepower are considered standard-sized or medium bulldozers; they are used for general construction and can move around smaller jobsites. Bigger, heavier-duty machines used in highway construction and on large sites are 150 horsepower and higher. Learn more about rental bulldozers in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
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Can a bulldozer remove stumps?

A bulldozer may break a stump off the ground or clear fallen trees but could 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 breaker attachment can remove tree stumps more easily without damage. You can always contact your local United Rentals branch with project requirements, and a representative will help you choose the best equipment for the job.

How much do bulldozers weigh?

Average operating weight for a standard size bulldozer is between 19,000 and 22,000 pounds. For example, our 70-horsepower bulldozer has a maximum operating weight of 19,304 lbs. Our larger bulldozers can range between 31,000 and 51,500 pounds. Our largest 190-horsepower bulldozer rental has a maximum operating weight of up to 51,365 pounds.Average operating weight for a standard size bulldozer is between 19,000 and 22,000 pounds. For example, our 70-horsepower bulldozer has a maximum operating weight of 19,304 lbs. Larger bulldozers can range between 31,000 and 51,500 pounds.

What size bulldozer do I need?

For general construction and smaller jobsites, look for smaller, more mobile bulldozers between 70 and 105 horsepower to allow for greater mobility and easier transportation. For road construction or large construction sites, a medium to large bulldozer, between 150 and 200 horsepower, can provide the bucket size and machine power to tackle heavy-duty jobs. Rubber tracks are best suited for projects on softer ground, like agriculture and dirt construction, and can limit potential damage to pavement. Steel tracks are long lasting and heavy duty and are best used for jobsites with inclines and sharp debris. For more information about choosing the right bulldozer, read our article about bulldozer types.