New Equipment | 317G


Compact Track Loaders

Incorporating many of the same durability and reliability features found on our larger machines, the G-Series is as tough as they come.
Uptime advantages such as rugged Yanmar engines, sealed electrical connectors, O-ring face-seal hydraulic fittings, large coolers, and extended service intervals help keep downtime down.


Before hitting the G-Series drawing board, we hit the phones and the road — connecting with skid steer and compact track loader (CTL) users like you to find out what they need. We listened, then rolled up our sleeves and applied what we learned. The result? Five new compact models in vertical-lift and radial-boom configurations. With a look and feel like their larger siblings, plus amped-up specs and a wider variety of options, these reimagined do-it-alls have what it takes to fit the way you work, wherever you work.

  • Check the 317G CTL specs. Superior pushing power and breakout force deliver the tractive effort and leverage to dig in where other machines just spin.
  • With weights from only 5,995 to 8,195 lb., these compacts are easy to trailer behind a pickup truck.
  • Smooth-running turbocharged 2.1-L EPA Final Tier 4 (FT4)/EU Stage IV diesels meet rigid emission standards and pack plenty of power and torque.
  • Size up a G-Series. Wheel options enable them to slim down and fit through narrow openings.
  • Ample axle torque and increased boom and bucket breakout forces help carve out clay, push through piles, and keep the bucket heaped.
  • Equipped with optional 15.8-in.-wide track, the 317G CTL’s ground pressure is just 4.5 psi, letting you work in soft underfoot conditions. Helps increase side-slope stability, too. Ground pressure with standard 12.6-in.-wide track is only 5.5 psi.
  • With widths at less than 72 in. with optional 15.8-in. track and just over 65 in. with standard 12.6-in. track, little gets in the way of the 317G CTL. Its small stature makes it easy to trailer, too.