0.8t Kubota Micro/Mini Digger

At Smiths Hire we offer a great range of excavators for hire, and our range extends to micro digger hire: introducing the Kubota K008-3 micro excavator! If you are looking for a compact, powerful mini digger then the Kubota digger is the answer. It is ideal for tough jobs where space is limited. With its variable frame and foldable headband security, this is also the smallest mini digger that we have on our fleet – so you can be sure you’ll be able to move it around your site easily. The Kubota K008-3 micro excavator has an easy single-lever operation meaning that the adjustable track gauges reduce in a matter of seconds. As well as narrowing the tracks, you are also able to widen them to increase stability. So, if you’re looking for a small crane to allow you to complete work on site, our Kubota micro digger hire service is the ideal option.

Kubota K008-3 Micro Excavator Key Features:

  • Weight – 980kg
  • Digging Depth – 1720mm
  • Minimum Width – 700mm
  • Engine Output – 10.2(PS)
  • Enhanced operator protection
  • Micro tracks through a 760mm (2ft 6in) doorway with ease making it ideal for working inside buildings or in rear gardens
  • Low ground bearing pressure, the Micro is just as well suited to landscaping duties
  • Can be supplied with hydraulic breaker/pecker if required

Fitted with quick hitch, buckets 12”, 18”, 24”, 36″ options & ditching

Click here to view the product information for the Kubota K008-3 model

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  • Full Specification

  • Product Code
    052/0007
  • Width
    750mm (tracks retracted)
  • Height
    2230mm/1570mm roll cage folded/1420mm roll cage removed
  • Weight
    0.85 ton (850kg)
  • Digging Depth
    1720mm
  • Reach
    3020mm
  • Loading Height
    2620mm
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Web Price: Ex VAT & Delivery (if applicable)

Day hire rate

Was £114.00
£72.00

Additional Day rate

Was £114.00
£72.00

Weekend hire rate

Was £171.00
£108.00

Week hire rate

Was £570.00
£360.00

0.8t Kubota Micro/Mini Digger in action