When mini-excavators first made their appearance on the US market, they were objects of ridicule and scorn. People derided them as kiddish and puerile. They said they were not something big men worked with and surely did not have the muscle and strength to do the jobs that they were designated to do.
In the 30 years that the machines have been here, the Japanese created them in the late seventies; they have created a reputation for themselves, which far surpasses their bigger and more expensive larger brothers.
Today the multi-faceted mini excavators for sale is being recognized and appreciated for its ability to venture into tight compact places that its big brothers cannot. Moreover, they are less expensive and depending on the make, cost anything between $20,000 and $90,000. The bulkier options can lighten the purse by as much as half a million dollars. At their lowest level they cost $1, 3000.
Far from being a child’s plaything, it can undertake any conceivable task from leveling…