Backhoe

Are you looking to sell your backhoe digger or excavator? Do you have a backhoe digger or excavator for sale?

Are you looking to sell your backhoe digger or excavator?  Looking for a backhoe buyer?  If you have a back hoe digger or excavator that you no longer have any use for, then why not consider selling them for cash, quickly. Sell My Digger are backhoe digger sales specialists, so you can trust that we will give you the best deal for your construction equipment. 

The first backhoe swing frame was developed in 1947, by the Wain-Roy Corporation in Massachusetts, USA.  The diggers though didn’t become more popular until into the 50s. Backhoe diggers or rear actors/back actors as they are sometimes known, are types of digger which consist of a digging bucket attached to a two part arm. Usually mounted on a tractor or front loader, the backhoe actually refers to the action of machine itself and not its position on the vehicle. These machines can slew both left and right, and can work through a total of roughly 200 degrees, however it’s the action of the digging which draws backwards which gives the name back hoe. Purpose designed back hoe loaders are much stronger than the average front end loader and are much more suitable for heavier work.

If your looking to sell your Backhoe digger or excavator or have a backhoe digger or excavator for sale and are interested in finding out more, be sure to get in touch today. The first step to sell your backhoe digger would be to fill out our online form with a few details about your digger, which only takes a couple of minutes. Once we have reviewed your information we’ll get back to you within 48 hours with a reasonable cash quote for your digger. Then all that’s left for you to do is decide if you want to sell, as there’s no obligation at all, and then let us know when you’d like us to come and collect your back hoe digger!

Why not contact us today for chat!

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