Dingo Attachments That You Should Know About

27 September 2022

The dingo equipment can be a realistic choice for you if you want to decrease manual work while increasing efficiency. With this equipment, you can use the various attachments to complete the task swiftly. Additionally, you can work effectively in confined spaces without leaving a large trail behind you. The dingo can be used with a variety of attachments, including the following:


The trencher is a crucial attachment for the dingo if you need to dig trenches about 900 mm deep for drainage, piping, or electrical wires. After accurately measuring the cutouts in banks, it can be used to break up clay or other forms of hard ground, as well as to make retaining walls. Dingos with a trencher are also excellent at getting rid of weeds by aerating the soil in overgrown garden beds or by removing obstinate plants and roots.

Rotary Hoe

Dingoes’ rotating hoes can dig down to a depth of roughly 150 mm in uncultivated soil. Set the machine in reverse to hoe the ground after it is mounted. By doing this, you may be sure that you are moving in the right direction and prevent stepping on tilled dirt. Because the ground speed of dingos is hydraulically adjusted, you can work on the hoe at a speed appropriate to the abrasiveness of the soil.

Pallet Carrier 

Dingo with a pallet carrier can be used safely if you need to transport a pack of bricks that are of regular weight and size. Never, however, lift the burden more than 100 millimetres above the ground. When carrying significantly greater weights, the front tyres’ inflation pressure should also be checked.

Post Hole Auger and Drive

The post-hole auger is ideal for use with the dingo when you need to dig holes for plants, posts, and other items. The teeth of the augers simply need to be positioned correctly to successfully dig bitumen, natural ground, and clay. Additionally, an extension should be utilised when digging up to at least 1200 mm and over 2300 mm.

4-in-1 Bucket

The dingo is most frequently used with this attachment. It is necessary while moving, spreading, and mining gravel, rocks, sand, mulch, and dirt. The bucket may be used to drag objects backwards and forwards as well as to grab resources. Just be sure to use the proper tactics, starting with positioning the loading arm low till the dingo’s body is struck.

The arm should then be lifted between 50 and 100 millimetres from the machine’s body. Then slowly tilt the bucket so that the leading edge touches the ground. Just move the machine forwards and press into the pile to fill the bucket with the material. When emptying the contents, tip the bucket forwards and upward.


Road base, gravel, sand, and soil are spread effectively with a leveller or levelling bar. Since it can transport even heavy goods, it is also known as the carryall. To get the project’s desired even and smooth finish, all you have to do is lay the levelling bar flat on the ground and move the vehicle back and forth while driving.

Every attachment has a distinct function and task to perform. Additionally, some attachments help increase the versatility of mini diggers. Melbourne Mini Diggers offers top-notch products that can perform the job correctly when it comes to the rental of dingo equipment. Call us now on 0439 734 991 to talk about your needs.