A simple how-to guide on grading land more efficiently using a skid steer. Below is an explanation of steps with a collection of how-to videos covering preparation and technique.
Skid Steer Operation Basics: Filling & Leveling Holes
Hey everyone, thanks for dropping in! In this video we give you some tips on operating a skid steer from our rookie point of view. It’s an excellent tool for filling and grading holes left by those massive stumps we had removed.
As usual we rented the equipment from Boiling Springs Small Engine, a great group to work with!
In this video, we learn the importance of prep work when leveling and grading with a skid steer. We begin by prepping our work area by filling holes and trenches in our main work area for final grading.
GRADING: CUT AND FILL
With JNB Grading and Gravel out of North Texas. Job is a Decatur location.
In this video, using a toothed bucket, we learn to do some dirt prep work by first cutting and filling any excess dirt or mounds to further simplify the leveling and grading of the dirt, making your aggregate more malleable and easy to spread.
How to Operate a Bobcat // Skid Steer Training
How to Operate a Skid Steer, Skid Loader or Skid-Steer Loader. Whatever name it goes by, this popular piece of machinery is used for many smaller jobs across the world. Today we will be showing you the basics of operating a Bobcat T550. As with any of our training videos, we are open to tips and tricks from those that are proficient in operating Skid Steers. Feel free to comment below!
We learn simple soil leveling and spreading on this Bobcat T550 track loader working with soft clean sandy soil. A nice tutorial covering very basics of operating a skid steer and leveling spread dirt for grading and finishing.
Grading Yard With A Skid Steer
Grading 1800sq ft with a Kubota SVL-75s2
Good demonstration of smoothing and level grading a smaller yard prepping for landscaping . Tutorial covers cutting grassy area and reworking, cutting and clearing soil for smooth leveling of yard. Simple tips to help on the next project.