April 21, 2009

Toro Dingo 300 Series

toro_dingo.jpgIf you've got about $14,000 sitting around, we suggest looking into getting a Toro Dingo. We recently saw one in action and have decided that from now on all of our bottle recycling money will be routed into the "Dingo Fund." The Dingo is an all in one personal hydraulic machine that, given which of the 35 attachments is on it, it can tackle a huge variety of tasks. Whether it's trenching, drilling a hole, tilling, or just moving a pile of dirt, the Dingo is going to be way better at it than you, your bad back, and your pathetic shovel.

Here's a video of the Dingo in action (skip to about 1:10)

More info at Toro

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 21, 2009 1:00 PM
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I agree--the Dingo is an awesome machine. I saw a landscaper's setup once that was unbelievable. He hauled the Dingo and a bunch of attachments on a 28' trailer. To change attachments he'd just hang one up and pick up another. Completing the change appeared to take 5 minutes or less. I know they're too expensive for casual use, but they're slobber-worthy nonetheless.

Posted by: Bugler at April 22, 2009 11:17 AM
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