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Versatile 4-in-1 Bucket Attachment Now Available for Toro® Dingo® Family

New multi-use bucket is ideal for streamlining earthmoving tasks, versatility on the jobsite

Feb 10, 2020  |   Rental  |   Professional Contractor

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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Toro announces a brand-new attachment offering for the Toro® Dingo® compact utility loader product line, the versatile 4-in-1 bucket attachment. This high-strength and high-performance attachment can handle a variety of earthmoving tasks without the need to change out Dingo attachments.  

The four configurations of the new attachment include:

  • Standard Bucket — With the jaws completely closed, operators can use this attachment as a standard bucket. Additionally, operators can simply open the Dingo 4-in-1 bucket jaws to dump the contents into a higher area than a standard bucket can typically reach.
  • Leveler — Operating with the jaws completely open gives contractors the ability to use the bucket floor’s rear-cutting edge as a leveler. By simply tipping the bucket slightly so that the rear cutting edge of the bucket floor is on the ground and the forward edge is off the ground, operators can put the cutting edge in reverse across the surface of the ground, resulting in a smooth, level surface.
  • Blade — When utilizing the attachment with the jaws completely open, operators can use the back of the bucket as a blade to push material. Additionally, by partially closing the jaws and using the bottom of the front bucket, operators can push material and grade with the rear blade simultaneously.
  • Grapple — While using the traction units forward and reverse auxiliary function, the side jaws can be used for picking up material by closing them over objects or materials to be transported.

“It’s all about multiple options in a single attachment when it comes to the new Dingo 4-in-1 bucket,” said Kyle Cartwright, marketing manager at Toro. “Switching out attachments on a jobsite means downtime, so here’s an option that can perform several functions in a single attachment.”

The new Dingo attachment measures approximately 49 inches wide by 27 inches deep by 22 inches high and has an operating weight of 292 pounds. In terms of capacity, the bucket is capable of hauling an impressive 3.3 cubic feet of material at a time. The 4-in-1 bucket attachment is compatible with the Dingo 320-D, 323, TX 427, TX 525 and TX 1000 models.

To learn more, visit Toro’s website or contact your local dealer.

Luann Monahan  |  Rental & Underground  |  952-887-7220  |  luann.monahan@toro.com
Andrew Gillman  |  Performance Marketing  |  515-273-2482  |  andrewg@performancemarketing.com
About Toro
With roots dating back to 1914, Toro is a leading worldwide provider of innovative solutions for the outdoor environment including turf and landscape maintenance, snow management, rental and construction equipment, and irrigation solutions. Through a strong network of distributors, dealers, retailers and rental stores in more than 125 countries, Toro helps customers care for golf courses, sports fields, public green spaces, commercial and residential properties, construction sites and agricultural operations. More at: www.toro.com.