A Review of the Best Mini Diggers For Sale

When shopping for a mini digger, you might want to look to buying a used one if you are not going to be using it in your day to day work. A used model may cost up to 25% less than a new model. Generally they are built to operate from 8000 to 10,000
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Jan. 12, 2010 - PRLog -- When shopping for a mini digger, you might want to look to buying a used one if you are not going to be using it in your day to day work. A used model may cost up to 25% less than a new model. Generally they are built to operate from 8000 to 10,000 hours, so a two or three year old model with a couple of thousand miles on it can be a very cost effective alternative to buying new. Even older models with a little more wear can be a good buy with up to a 50% savings over purchasing new.

When looking at used mini diggers you want to definitely take it for a test drive. Check for excessive wear on the tracks and make certain they run freely in forward and reverse. Do not let a fresh coat of paint and clean appearance fool you; this can sometimes mean the dealer is trying to hide some problem that the machine has.

You definitely need to check the engine and running gear for signs of misuse or neglect. Look for cracking hoses and worn belts as well as checking the hydraulic seals for signs of leaks. Inspect the undercarriage for excessive wear, rust, or evidence of shoddy repair work. It pays to be certain the mini excavator is in good shape before you take delivery.

Among mini diggers the brands you want to most look at are Volvo, Kubota, Komatsu, Hitachi and Yanmar. These are generally top of the line machines loaded with features that lesser makes don't offer.

Volvo offers a worldwide network of dealers and parts suppliers, so the Volvo mini digger is a good buy whether you are going new or used. Everything breaks down, so knowing there are parts readily available can save you headache further down the line.

Both the Kubota mini digger and Komatsu mini excavators are fine machines that stand up well. Though these are mainly sold in Japan, you can still get parts worldwide for them. These models generally are great for work in dense urban areas where turn radius and vehicle width are important factors. For such small machines they can do a lot of work and lift surprisingly heavy loads.

The Hitachi line of mini excavator is known for their innovative design and using the highest technology available in their design. They stand up well to the rigors of the construction site.

Yanmar mini diggers are also one of the top of the line makes of excavator. They stand up well to the brutal punishment a job site can throw at a excavator. Yanmar is sold worldwide, so getting parts is fairly simple.

Among used mini diggers, the make can play a large role in how well the machine may work out for you. A top of the line used Volvo mini digger will be worth more than a used Bobcat. Of course if you shop only for the major brands of mini diggers available, then you are going to get your money's worth in the support and part availability you find with a reputable dealer.

Robert Tate - Region Sales Manager of Mascus UK. Mascus is an electronic marketplace for used tractors, trailers and mini diggers. Mascus makes trading in mini diggers for sale more efficiently by collecting all information about supply and demand in one place. All dealers, producers and end users are welcome to offer their used machines and trucks for sale via the marketplace.
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