Add a dedicated soil compactor or vibratory roller to your fleet with used equipment from Michigan CAT. Rollers and compactors are useful tools for site preparation in construction, landscaping, recycling and roadwork projects. Explore our current inventory below, or contact Michigan CAT directly for assistance.
Call us today at (248) 349-4800 for more info on used compactors.
Our inventory regularly includes used compactors by Cat® and allied manufacturers. Buying used is a great long-term alternative to renting — and one that will add value to your fleet without the expense of a new machine.
We take care to stock only used compactors that meet our high standards. Most feature low operating hours, and all are in excellent condition for their age.
If you don't see what you're looking for on this page, contact us for more information. We can source something from our network of partners or recommend an alternative that will get the job done just as well.
Transparency is critical when buying used. All rollers incur some wear and tear over time — it's our job to identify any potential issues and declare them to our clients before they commit to a purchase.
Every one of our used rollers undergoes a thorough inspection before it goes up for sale. You'll find a detailed condition report that documents the results of that inspection online.
The main advantage of buying a used roller is that it stretches your budget further. That can mean the difference between a low-quality unit and one that offers:
Specific benefits will vary for each machine, of course — a Michigan CAT representative would be happy to go over your requirements and recommend the best option.
While renting a compactor is a great option for many businesses — and Michigan CAT has many units available — there are reasons to consider adding one to your fleet permanently. When you buy a used compactor, you gain an asset that adds value to your business.
You also never have to deal with availability issues or to settle for a unit that doesn't fully meet your requirements. Buying ensures you get a compactor that's predictable, and that your staff knows how to use without an extensive onboarding process.
The best way to know if buying a used compactor is right for you is to have one of our team members run the numbers. For more than 70 years, we've been a partner to heavy industry in Michigan. We'll be around to provide service and support for your purchase for years to come.
We work closely with our clients to find solutions for all their equipment needs. To learn more about any of our used compactors and rollers by Cat and other manufacturers, contact us using the form on this page, or visit a location near you.