Dingo Attachments Boost Versatility
Post Hole DiggerGet a Quote
The Dingo’s ability in Post Hole Digging is truly astounding.
It can dig holes up to a massive 750mm (30 inches) diameter to a depth of at least 1.5 metres (deeper with extensions).
This pressure converts directly to power to give more drive torque to the augers. The power is delivered to the augers by the post hole digger drive head. This unit not only drives the augers for hole digging, but also drives the cement mixer bowl and the Wombat spot cultivator.
When it comes to the augers, we use a brand that is recognised as the best. It’s the cutters that are important in digging. These cutters, and how they are positioned, are the result of years of digging experience. The cutting teeth are interchangeable – earth and tungsten teeth for all dirt conditions and rock tips for those really hard conditions that need grinding away at. If it is diggable, or even grind-away-able, then a hole can be dug. Some just take a little longer.
Our “Dingo Augers” are set up in a way to give faster digging at less cost in all dirt conditions. To do this we use a standard earth pilot (worm) with earth spear teeth in all but the outside position. In the outer position, which experiences the most wear, we put tungsten teeth.
Augers 300mm and over dia – 1.5m; Augers under 300mm – 1.1m +
100 – 750mm in 50mm increments.
Earth, Tungsten, Rock. We recommend our ‘Dingo’ setup.
206 Bar (3000psi)
PHD = 64kg
12 – 58kg
16.9 kW (23hp)
Digging post holes in soil, clay, sand, rock and shale.
Contractors, fencing contractors, landscapers, Hire Companies.
Cement Mixer, Post hole Mate, Auger Mate, Auger extensions, Wombat
TrencherGet a Quote
The best value Trencher available
What makes a Dingo such a good trenching machine? (Better, in fact, than many larger machines.)
Firstly, the Dingo hydraulic system allows the oil to be used fully without creating excessive heat. This means that the viscosity of the oil is maintained so that the power can be transferred to the digging chain.
Secondly, Dingo recognised that the most efficient trenching machines used more expensive (better quality) chain with more teeth. This number of cutting teeth, combined with the correct chain speed, allows for the best possible cut.
And thirdly, our trencher uses a special drive sprocket designed (by Dingo) for “sticky” soil types and sand – conditions where other trenchers jam. Our trenchers can jam too, but not as easily. Another important consideration is that it’s a hydraulically driven trencher. With direct or mechanical drive trenchers, breakdown costs are high.
Side shift travel:
Min side clearance:
Total Dig Depth:
100, 150, 200, 250, & 300mm
Cup or Diggatac Features: Manual sid
e shift, 42mm chain (frost), 300mm dia.
single re-movable auger.
200 – 220kg
Digging trenches in soil, clay, sand, rock and shale.
Contractors, plumbers, landscapers, electricians,
Crumber bar, Adapter kits, blade, turf cutter,
under road borer.
Rotary HoeGet a Quote
One of the biggest landscape contracting companies in the USA once described this attachment as “The most useful tool in his fleet”. The K9 machines, and their predecessor – the 950, all handle rotary hoes with ease. The Dingo Rotary Hoe has a full one metre cut and digs to approximately 150mm in virgin soil. Hoeing is done with the machine in reverse, so you can clearly see where you are going and you aren’t running over freshly tilled soil.
Because the Dingos ground speed is hydraulically variable (with the flow divider), the hoe can be worked at a speed relative to the toughness of the soil being hoed. This allows fine hoeing, regardless of the soil condition. With this facility, the Dingo Rotary Hoe truly becomes a “one pass” hoe.
Hydraulics also mean that the relief valve is the safety valve – there are no shear pins or other damaging devices. Ideally, the Dingo Rotary Hoe is suited to tight area’s – gardens, nurseries, new estates etc. The Dingo Rotary Hoe is more than simply a soil tiller like most other small hoes on the market. It hoes as well as a larger tractor mounted unit.
Another common use for the rotary hoe is for loosening area’s where dirt has to be removed. I.e. if 150mm of topsoil needs to be removed to allow cement, chipbark or other material to be laid, then a rotary hoe can loosen the topsoil and the bucket can remove the dirt, thus leaving a clean flat bed for the new surface to be laid. A lot better than using rippers and a bucket.
Width of Cut:
Maximum cutting depth:
Hardened, double edge, replaceable.
Digging garden beds, loosening topsoil for removal.
Landscapers, Dingo Con-tractors, Hire Companies.
Rock Breaker (inside Breaker)Get a Quote
The compact design of the Dingo Breaker makes it the ideal companion to the Dingo.
Tools available include the standard moil point, narrow and wide chisels (the wide chisel also being known as an asphalt cutter.
The Dingo Breaker is great for:
- Breaking driveway / footpaths
- Breaking rocks in trenches and in post holes (large rocks that the trencher or post hole digger cannot bring up easily.
- Chiselling tiles
- and all kinds of demolition work.
The Dingo Breaker comes standard with a moil point.
Breaking concrete, rocks, brickwork, chiselling tiles,
cutting asphalt etc.
Mines, Hire companies, Contractors, Builders,
Plumbers, Earth moving Contractors, Floor Preparation
Contractors, Paving Contractors, demolition contractors.
Tools | Moil Point
Wide Chisel (Asphalt cutter)
Stump GrinderGet a Quote
Now here’s a Stump Grinder that you don’t have to be a muscle man to operate!
The Dingo Stump Grinder features real versatility. Unlike other machines (which generally wave across the stump from a pivot between the cutters and the operator), the Dingo Stump Grinder hangs over the stump and swings back and forth, featuring the ability to work at 90 degrees to the Dingo, as well as in the direction of the movement of the Dingo. Being operated in this manner enables it to throw the waste product away from the operator.
The Dingo Stump Grinder can be quickly changed to throw left, right, or forward, so it can really get into those tight corners. It can also grind stumps to 2 feet underground. The Dingo Stump Grinder comes standard with the plastic helmet and visor, spare teeth, and a green grinding disk (for sharpening the teeth).
Wheel Diameter w/teeth:
Max. cutting depth (below grade):
Tungsten tipped, fits 6 teeth
Dingo Contractors, Arborists, Landscapers,
BroomGet a Quote
The Dingo Broom is a fantastic labour saver that can be found working in a variety of environments including car parks, cattle sale yards, shopping malls, mine workshops, parks and gardens. Dingo’s unique 2 circuit hydraulic system allows the broom speed, and ground speed to be varied independently to suit the debris being swept. This speed variation means that the Dingo broom is suited to sweeping debris ranging from dust to blue metal. The Polypropylene bristles are made from 100% Australian materials in Australia to Dingo’s exacting specifications and quality.
Broom-Bucket Combo The Dingo Broom-Bucket sweeps 1.2 metres wide and can collect 50 litres of rubbish (more if consistency allows). It can then carry the rubbish to a standard industrial bin and tip it in.
The bucket is made from galvanised sheet to cater for caustic substances and to reduce the risk of rusting. The broom-bucket is a common accessory to Dingo Road Profiler kits and Poly Planner kits
The Broom-Blade combo consists of a broom section mounted onto a standard tilt blade. The blade allows the sweepings to be wind rowed where required, or to sweep straight ahead. Depth is controlled by a front mounted jockey wheel so speed can be obtained without the broom “biting in”.
4in1 Broom Bucket
The Broom adaption for the 1200mm 4in1 Bucket (K9-4 only) is a simple and cheap way to convert you 4in1 Bucket into a Broom. The Brooms sweeps a full 1200mm with the added bonus of being attached to the 4in1 bucket allowing a greater dump height when emptying the bucket.
Width of Broom:
Sweeping hard sur-faces including footpaths, roads, factories,
often used in conjunction with road profiler and poly planner.
Landscapers, factories, councils, road maintenance companies.
Block GrabGet a Quote
An easy & efficient way to build your Block Walls. The Dingo Block Grab is an invaluable tool for any contractor building block walls.
The Dingo not only has the power to lift these blocks but gives the contractor excellent vision and feel when building the wall when compared with larger machines.
And of course, the Dingo’s compact size means you will be able to build block walls easily where larger machines will not fit. The Block grab is simply fastened to the Dingo Lifting Jib.
The Block Grab is designed to grab and release the blocks without the operator having to leave the Operators Platform.
Hire Companies: The Block Grab is an easy and cheap way to make your Dingo even more hireable.
Max. block size:
1m x 350mm
Lifting limestone, cement blocks for retaining walls etc.
Dingo Contractors, Landscapers, retaining wall contractors,
Leveller – BladeGet a Quote
Blades are extremely useful for filling long trenches – all you have to do is set the angle and drive from end to end. It is also handy for pushing dirt and making drains, etc. Snow is easily pushed with a Dingo and blade.
The Dingo Blade is 1.2m wide and can angle and tilt just like a bulldozer.
Blades with hydraulic angle setting are by far the most popular blades, but manual setting blades are also available.
Hydraulic or Manual Angle Setting.
Pushing Dirt, Snow, and Debris, Back Filling Trenches,
Forming Shallow Drains.
Fencing Contractors, Dingo Contractors, Hire Com-panies,
Landscapers, Builders, Paving Contractors, Bricklayers.
Pallet Carrier > Dingo Brick ForksGet a Quote
The Dingo Brick Forks are recommended to carry only 1 pack of standard bricks. ie a 1/4 of the pallet. Either model Dingo can safely CARRY this load.
By carry we do not mean lift. To carry, the load should never be raised more than 100mm above the ground. The heavy duty K9-4 can safely carry 2 packs. The front tyres would need higher inflation for this. DO NOT LIFT THESE LOADS.
Shifting Brick Packs
Brick layers, Landscapers, Builders and Paving Contractors.
Leveller – LevellerGet a Quote
One of the most used attachments on a Dingo is also one of the simplest. The Leveller. Sometimes known as a Carryall, it does exactly what each name implies.
As a leveller it’s great. Far easier to use than the 4 in 1 bucket or blade. The leveller makes job finishing simple and easy, adding a professional touch to your job.
Materials Handling, Levelling.
Dingo Contractors, Hire Companies, Landscapers,
Multi Purpose Tool > RippersGet a Quote
Rippers – 1, 2 or 3 tines
The rippers are considered by many people as a “must have” item for a Dingo. They are used simply for ripping up tough ground perhaps to put down new topsoil or to lay a driveway. The tool bar has 3 positions in which you can pin the ripper tines, thus giving you a choice of 1, 2, or 3 tine rippers (for tougher ground, less tines are to be used).
More Buckets – ChipbarkGet a Quote
Bigger than the standard bucket. Ideal for moving light materials (such as chip bark and mulch).
Bucket – 4 in 1Get a Quote
Probably our most popular item – apart from the Dingoes themselves!
It’s a bucket, a blade, a grab and a leveller! Operated with skill this will be one of the best attachments you’ll have for your Dingo. Simply because it can do so much!
As a bucket
It can be operated as a normal loader bucket, but it can load into taller trucks or bins because it can empty by opening up the bottom. It can also empty out a sticky load much better. Materials can be dribbled from the bottom of the bucket, thereby helping to spread them out rather than simply dumping them.
As a grab
One of its most useful attributes. The 4 in 1 bucket is great for lifting and carrying a variety of objects. But be careful! The Dingo has a lot of power and the 4 in 1 can squash some objects.
As a blade
The 4 in 1 pushes a load easily, and there’s lots of ways to do this. Experiment and find the method which suits you. We find one of the best methods is to keep the front of the bucket out in front pushing the top off, and the back of the bucket acting as a normal blade – finishing the job.
As a leveller
With the jaws open and with the open edges near to the ground the 4 in 1 can be dragged forward and backward for level-ling. The bucket bottom helps to break up the lumps and the back edge smooths them out. This isn’t as good or as easy as the dedicated leveller, but it’s certainly an added bonus to a very useful attachment. Using the dedicated leveller attachment can also be made easier with the 4 in 1 bucket – All new levellers come with pick up points for grabbing with the 4 in 1, so to use the leveller you just grab it and go!
Capacity – struck:
Capacity – heaped:
Capacity – struck:
Capacity – heaped:
Bucket work, moving heavy objects, levelling dirt, gravel and
sand, back filling trenches.
Most Dingo owners: Contractors, Landscapers, Fencers,
electricians, plumbers, National Parks, Councils,
& Hire Companies.