Toro Dingo 320 D

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Southern Heritage, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. Southern Heritage

    Southern Heritage LawnSite Member
    Messages: 169

    I have a 2004 toro Dingo 320D. I just had it fully serviced last month. It has 1800 hrs.
    20hp kabota Diesel engine. It runs like a champ. When it was serviced I replaced the quick attach due to a crack that had been there for the last few years.
    Comes with the standard bucket and extra set of wheels and tires.
    I'm asking $6500.00 obo
    I have a 6x10 trailer for additional $300.00
    Located in Birmingham Al
    Southern Heritage Landscaping
  2. alexschultz1

    alexschultz1 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,588

    Crack in the hydro lines = air bubbles forming in the pumps which could cause serious issues. Sorry for the very negative post, it's something that needs to be looked at by a mechanic.
  3. Southern Heritage

    Southern Heritage LawnSite Member
    Messages: 169

    What are you talking about?
  4. Southern Heritage

    Southern Heritage LawnSite Member
    Messages: 169

    Oh I see what you are saying. No not the quick attach for the hydraulics. The quick attach plate for the attachments it had a hair line crack on the inside it wasn't top to bottom or all the way through but when it was serviced I got them to switch it out. it was only that matter of time before it split. If I had a crack in the hydraulics for the last few years I would have been buying fluid by the 55 gal barrel and a idiot for not fixing it. The machine is leak free and 100% in working order.
  5. Southern Heritage

    Southern Heritage LawnSite Member
    Messages: 169

    Still for sale
  6. GrasshoppersLLC

    GrasshoppersLLC LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 773

    I have one it was the best purchase I've ever made.. I don't think I've broken a sweat since I bought it.. I would recommend this to any landscaper
  7. Mark Oomkes

    Mark Oomkes LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 15,289

    Are you serious?

    You've never had air in hydro lines before? It happens all the time when new. There is no way to remove all air from a hydraulic system when brand new. Not to mention suction lines can start sucking air as well.

    Or, hydro lines can just crack from age or wear and tear or a weak spot in a crimp or hose line, from the manufacturer.

    I was hoping I wasn't the only one.

    Free bump, wish I had the cash, I would be all over it. I have an Aussie Dingo with the chains and gasser. Always wanted the diesel 4 Paws.

    Good luck.

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