Skid Steer Extended Warranty Plan
Give your operation peace of mind by protecting your skid steer investment against significant repair costs when unexpected mechanical failures occur. Our extended warranty plans for skid steers, including compact track loaders and compact skid loader, turn variable costs into a fixed cost to keep your operation on budget and running smoothly.
Available Skid Steer Coverage
- Powertrain: includes major mechanical components related to the engine and powertrain of your skid steer.
- Powertrain+: in addition to Powertrain coverage, Powertrain+ coverage includes many of the major hydraulic components on your skid steer.
- Ultimate: in addition to the Powertrain+ components, Ultimate coverage gives you coverage for components such as a starter, alternator, air conditioning compressors, factory installed auto steer components, and more skid steer components.
- For skid steers within base warranty or with any existing extended warranty plan, we can extend up to 3 years past the expiration of your existing overage.
- For used skid steers outside of base warranty, we can add 1, 2, or 3 years of coverage.
- Our solutions are customized to your needs with options that range from 250 to 1,000 hours per year.
Available Deductible Options
Our extended warranty plans for skid loaders come with $0, $500, and $1,000 deductible options to provide you with extended warranty coverage that fits your operation.
Skid Steer Parameters
- Skid Steers up to 3,750 total hours
- Skid Steers up to 15 model years old
- John Deere
- New Holland
- And more…
Common Skid Steer Failures Covered Under Our Policies
- Engine: You demand a lot of performance out of your engine. Unfortunately, through no fault of your own, engines do fail. Many precise components must come together to work in unison. When the precise components of an engine fail to work in unison, expensive damage may occur. As a general rule, internal components that touch oil are covered along with some hang on attachments like the turbocharger, water pump, ECU (engine control unit).
- Transmission: System components, such as the hydrostatic pump and other components, which are critical to transmit horsepower through the skid steer to the ground fail.
- Hydraulics: The usefulness of the horsepower of a skid steer is limited without a complex hydraulic system to control systems within the skid loader, including maneuvering and operation and control of attachments. Hydraulic components, including hydraulic pumps, hydraulic motors, and cylinders can fail.
Machinery Scope: A Strategic Advantage to Protect Your Equipment Investment
- Extensive industry experience, including our personal farming operations and management within equipment dealerships.
- Dedicated professionals that do business with integrity to provide the right extended warranty plan for your equipment.
- Simple and fair claims process to get your equipment running and reimbursement paid in a timely manner.
- Our extended service contracts are backed by CNA for your peace of mind that we will be here when you need us most.