Our mini loaders are excellent for a range of landscaping projects that involve earthmoving or levelling soil, and when there’s narrow access that an excavator or skid steer can’t get through. They are different to skid steer loaders and excavators as you stand on the back of the machine rather than sit which gives you greater visibility in front of the machine. While small and compact, our mini loaders are big on toughness and power, suitable for any landscaping project or DIY job. Mini loaders come on a trailer complete with a range of attachments, so they are a great multi-tasking machine. Attachments include a versatile 4-in-1 bucket that can scoop as well as grab items and blade areas to create a smooth and level surface on the soil. Dig trenches with the trenching attachment or make a hole with the post hole digger attachment with an auger extension. The attachments are all easily interchangeable so it’s no wonder our mini loaders are one of Flexihire’s most popular machines for hire. Choose from our Dingo and Kanga mini loader models and make light work of any landscaping project.
HOW DO YOU OPERATE A MINI LOADER?
The mini loaders have a simple key start. Before turning it on, make sure you have your ear plugs, safety glasses and your work gloves on. Ensure the throttle is set to low. Then simply turn the key to start the motor, step on to the back of the loader and start using the controls to steer the machine. There are four controls – two to drive and steer the machine, two to operate the attachment. The drive forward, simply use the two drive levers forward. To go backwards obviously push both drive levers back. To turn, use the drive levers in opposite directions. There is also a hydraulic speed control, which enables you to give full power to the trenching, or post hole digging attachment you’re using instead of divvying up the power between the drivers and the attachment.
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