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Skid Steers have been our Business since 1965

Mustang built its first skid steer loader in 1965. Since then, Mustang has created a line of skid steers that are well-known for their strength and durability. And because you rely on your equipment to be ready when you are, these mighty workhorses come ready to tackle your biggest challenges.

Heavy-duty lift arms, a wide variety of attachments, powerful engines . . . These are just some of the items that come standard when you buy Mustang. A few common features are:

  • Spacious cabs with clear, panoramic views
  • Powerful, clean and efficient diesel engines
  • ROPS/FOPS cab tilts for easy service and maintenance access
  • Ride Control system allows lift arm to float when travelling, reducing spillage
  • Universal, quick-attach attachment mounting system

 

Mustang Skid Steer Comparison

Model Operating Capacity Height to Hinge Pin Approx. Machine Weight Horsepower
2012 850 lbs. 96 in. 2,980 lbs. 24 hp
2026 1,050 lbs. 108.1 in. 4,000 lbs. 35 hp
2041 1,350 lbs. 110 in. 4,600 lbs. 46 hp
2044  1,450 lbs. 112 in. 5,623 lbs. 46 hp
2054  1,650 lbs. 116 in. 6,080 lbs. 46 hp
1900R  1,900 lbs. 120.5 in. 6,854 lbs.      69.3 hp 
2056 Series II  1,900 lbs. 121.5 in. 6,900 lbs. 68 hp
2200R  2,200 lbs.  123 in.  7,960 lbs.  72 hp 
2076  2,200 lbs. 123 in. 7,480 lbs. 70.7 hp
2600R  2,600 lbs.  123 in.  8,180 lbs.  72 hp 
2086 2,600 lbs. 123 in. 7,900 lbs. 70.7 hp
2700V NXT2  2,700 lbs. 130.3 in. 8,150 lbs. 70.7 hp
3300V NXT2 3,300 lbs. 131.2 in. 9,090 lbs. 70.7 hp
4000V  4,000 lbs.  144 in.  11,100 lbs.  99 hp