At J H Williams we stock the best! So now we are your local Dingo dealer!
Like J H Williams, the Dingo Mini Diggers are 100 percent Australian owned and operated and manufactured in Dalby.
Dingo Mini Digger systems are now available through the J H Williams network of stores and offer the full package of sales, service and spares.
Dingo also have very flexible finance to get you started.
Visit their website for details.
Why are Dingo Mini Diggers the best?Hydraulic Power
Dingo is a 'hydraulic power plant on wheels' designed to run attachments. The Dingo models have the best hydraulic power in their class and better than most larger skid steer machines.
Lifts the most weight
With excellent weight distribution the Dingo can lift the most weight, enabling bigger buckets to get the job done faster and safer. The All-Rounder has a working load of 275kg and the Contractor has a working load of a massive 440kg. No other mini loader comes close.
Dingo built attachments
Dingo is the only mini digger available with a range of attachments built by Dingo in Australia. All the foreign ‘Dingo Imitators’ use one-size-fits-all attachments made by attachment suppliers. The Dingo mounting system has been perfected and has been adopted by all other mini digger manufacturers as the “Universal Mounting System”.
Simple & solid linkage system
Back in the early 90's Dingo removed the complicated self-levelling system from the design. This reduced the mount plate assembly to 3 joints (from 7) reducing the maintenance required and the wear and slop associated with the self-levelling system. (Self-levellers were designed for large loaders where the operators vision of the load was often obstructed by the canopy). Not a problem on a Dingo.
Cleanable hydraulic tank
Oil contamination is the greatest enemy of all hydraulic machines. The lid of the Dingo hydraulic tank can be removed to allow thorough cleaning, should contamination occur.
The best machine needs the best finish. Dingo models are sand blasted, primed, powder coated and baked in our own plant for a harder wearing, longer lasting finish.
Stable lift system
A lift ram on each side gives greater strength and stability. Dingo arms are the width of the chassis, giving greater strength and stability for your machine and attachments.
Superior joint system
NO GREASE! The Dingo joint system uses Teflon type bushes with chrome coated pins. Greasable joints need greasing every day and tend to make a mess and attract grit to the joint. The Dingo system allows you to work or hire your machine for weeks at a time without having to rely on the operator to grease the joints.
Manufactured in Australia.
The Dingo is developed and built in Australia for Australian conditions. With a Dingo you will get a superior oversized Australian radiator, oversized air cleaners, locally available spares and a host of other features that we have developed over the past 25 years to make the Dingo work better in hot, dry Australian conditions.
Heavy Duty fuel tanks
These tanks are big enough for a full days work. Tough, resistant to condensation and easily removed and cleaned out if contamination does occur.
Best narrow access ability.
Over the years the Dingo machines have had huge improvements in ability and power, but they have never increased in width. With narrow wheels the Dingo models are the narrowest in the market.
The Dingo has the widest and most comfortable operators platform on the market. You won't find fuel tanks or sidebars that bash your hips and legs. Unlike other machines the hot radiatorand hydraulic tank are well away from the operator. Airflow is sucked through the radiator and pushed away from the operators legs.
Dingo trailers are the result of years of research to find the best way to transport your Dingo kit. They are built tough with a range of sizes to suit your towing vehicle.
They have a durable powder coated finish incorporating zinc steel components, heavy-duty axles and bearings, new wheels and light truck tyres, electric and over-rider brakes, heavy couplings plus ramps at the rear for easy loading and unloading.
Every trailer is fitted with tie down points where attachments can be padlocked to the trailer. They also have locking devices to lock the trailer to the vehicle or to lock the coupling so that no one else can tow it.