Lately it seems I get way overextended by having scheduling issues or losing work because of rain delays. On average I try keep my guys busy but if I schedule 4 weeks of work I find I have 2 weeks of rain delays. In comes the thought of a toro dingo etc. usually I will rent a 10ton ex to dig footers or use my skidsteer to cut and grade base. With the rain I find I have to cut lower, truck out mud and bring in more base, the problem...excavator rental isn't cheap (especially daily) and my skid has wheels. So in the search for low ground pressure the dingo comes to mind, is it capable of scraping 2-3" of mud and pushing it out? I'm even willing to expand my base trenches to 38" wide to make it possible to run the machine n there. Will it survive or just spin the tracks in the mud? And as someone already said.. Machines don't break down like people do! That's pretty priceless.