Look no further than United Rentals for quality used JCB equipment. As the world's largest supplier of equipment, United Rentals offers a wide range of fleet and affordable prices on JCB telehandlers, backhoes and more. Our team of experts meticulously maintains all our equipment, so you can be sure that you're getting only the best products available. And if you have any questions about our products or services, don't hesitate to contact us — we're always happy to help you find the equipment that best suits your needs. JCB equipment is useful for a wide range of jobs, such as construction projects, landscape projects and more industrial applications. JCB telehandlers are perfect for lifting and moving heavy objects, while JCB backhoes are ideal for digging trenches and other excavation tasks. So if you're in the market for used JCB equipment, be sure to check out United Rentals first.
FAQs About JCB Equipment for Sale
How do you use a JCB telehandler?
See JCB telehandler operator's manuals to understand controls and best practices. Telehandlers are heavy-duty machines and require certification to operate. United Academy has virtual and hands-on training for telehandlers to ensure safe operation onsite.
What does JCB stand for?
JCB stands for Joseph Cyril Bamford, who founded the company J.C. Bamford Excavators Limited in 1945 based on his patented design of a farm trailer. JCB is one of the world's top three manufacturers of construction equipment. It employs over 12,000 people on four continents and sells its products in 150 countries through 2,000 dealer locations. Throughout its more than 70-year history, JCB has always invested heavily in research and development, keeping the company at the cutting edge of innovation. Today, JCB has some of the finest engineering facilities across the globe, produces a lineup of over 300 machines and maintains a reputation for unrivaled customer service.
How do I use the JCB quick hitch?
The JCB quick hitch is a fast and easy way to attach and detach implements from your machine. With the quick hitch, you can change tools in seconds without leaving the cab — making your job faster and easier. To use the quick hitch, simply align the pins on the implement with the corresponding holes on the quick hitch, then push down.