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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by jasonlandscape, Mar 27, 2008.
who rents one?
sunbelt rentals does
I have rented a couple of different ones. The dingo was used to move top soil to another area of the property. The dingo was easy to use smooth and sturdy. The other one was rented from home depot (sorry can't remember the brand name ) it had a shorter wheel base with add on rubber tracks. The thing was used to spread 40 tons of top soil within a small area. I was adding soil to a paver patio I installed on a slope on the back of a house. I was moving soil up a small hill less than 45 degrees, the thing was so bouncy that I slipped off of it a few times. The wheel base is shorter , narrower than the toro, and it lost traction many times. Dingo was much better and the rental price was pretty much the same.