Host Paul Ryan shows how a dingo can be a handy tool when it comes to backyard projects.
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This particular model is only 34" wide, which makes it easy to maneuver around the font and backyard, around gates, etc.
This impressive machine has only three basic controls:
The vibratory plow is only one of more than 35 attachments for the dingo. Along with the basic machine, you can rent a trailer full of implements — including an auger, which can be used to dig holes. Other attachments include a till, backhoe, concrete breaker, stump grinder and buckets. It's easy to switch attachments. Simply drive up to the trailer, release one implement and attach another.
The rental price for a dingo is approximately $150.
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