Equipment World, Green Industry Pros and Pro Landscaper Magazine have great things to say about the Toro Dingo lineup, so maybe you’ve thought about adding a TX 1000 to your fleet. Or you’re saving for a trencher? Or you’ve had your eye on a brush chipper, but the right financing deal came and went. Well, we want you to know Toro has a finance offer that’s happening right now.
For well-qualified contractors, Toro is offering no payments for four months and no interest for three months, FOLLOWED BY 0% for 42 months and zero down*! This offer applies to Toro’s compact utility equipment line, which includes the newest Dingo machines and their many attachments, walk-behind trenchers, stump grinders and MORE! Continue reading →
A Toro Dingo on a job site gives you a lot of versatility and power in a compact package, so productivity and efficiency is stronger. With the deals Toro has in store for you in March and all that the equipment will allow you to accomplish; there are even more compelling reasons to add a Dingo to your fleet. In March you can save $1,250 on Dingo models 427 or 525 and $1,500 on the Dingo TX 1000! Also: ask us about the $500 off select Dingo attachments through April 15th Continue reading →
Ask the Experts is a recurring segment where we share expert advice from our professional staff. In our latest Ask the Experts segment, we go over what you should know about operating a Toro Dingo TX1000 compact track loader.
Our product spotlight is the Toro Dingo Compact Utility Loader. The low ground pressure on these machines makes them ideal for spring use on your projects as the ground thaws. The Dingos are powerful yet still compact and light on turf. Their versatility is magnified by the many attachments they power, and there are dozens:
Spring time is prime time for rubber track loaders. We’ve seen our rental machines go out a bunch lately to combat the soft soil conditions usually found this time of year. With all that on our mind we thought it’d be a good idea to revisit our look at the benefits of tracks versus wheeled skid steer loaders. Enjoy!
Total Landscape Care ran a great article last Friday comparing the benefits of rubber track loaders verses traditional wheeled skid steer loaders (read it in full HERE). The basic conclusion of their comparison is clear: consider cost when making a decision, but ultimately choose the machine that best fits the work you’ll be doing. Continue reading →
It’s a question we get a lot: what attachments are there available for the Dingo? The compact loader from Toro is a lot more than a glorified wheelbarrow, that’s for sure. This one machine (that’s narrow enough to fit through 3 foot gates mind you) can power augers, trenchers, brush cutters and tillers, just to name a few. It’s like a pocket knife out on the job site and it’s a big time labor saver. Check out a few of the attachments we carry in our rental fleet in our latest video: