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If you’re in the market for UTV attachments, explore these used attachments for sale from United Rentals. Turn your utility vehicle into a multi-use, versatile piece of equipment for a variety of weather, landscapes and projects. Whether you are using your UTV on a jobsite or around your personal property, get the most out of your vehicle with multipurpose additions. Whether you’re looking for a UTV snowblower attachment or a UTV mower attachment, United Rentals often has quality used equipment for sale.

Check out our available used UTVs for sale from top brands like Bobcat, Polaris and Club Car. Ensure top performance from your UTV by browsing our available inventory for UTV farm attachments. Prepare for inclement weather by investing in a snowplow attachment. Craft your UTV to suit your needs with a versatile utility vehicle attachment.

FAQs About Utility Vehicle Attachments for Sale

Can you put a loader on a UTV?

  • Yes, you can attach a front-end loader to many UTVs. Brands like Bobcat manufacture their own bucket attachments for their UTVs that can be used to load, dig, haul and grade. Check with your manufacturer to see if your UTV make and model allows for front attachments.

What are the types of attachments you can use for a UTV?

  • There are a wide variety of attachments available for utility vehicles. Let your UTV do the heavy lifting with a power loader attachment or pallet fork adaptor. You can use your UTV to grade a gravel driveway, drill holes with an auger attachment or mow a large lawn with a mower attachment. Reduce the number of vehicles you own by adapting your UTV for a variety of tasks.

What is the difference between a UTV and an ATV?

  • Utility vehicles (UTVs) are also called “side-by-side” vehicles because they have two seats next to each other. They typically have a steering wheel and seat belts and can be used as work and farm vehicles. ATVs, or all-terrain vehicles, have handlebar steering and two seats front to back. They are typically used for recreational purposes but can also be used for work. ATVs are also called “four-wheelers” or “quads.”