Torrance, CA, January 19, 2011 - McLaren Industries, a leading manufacturer of tires and tracks for the construction and agricultural industries, is proud to announce its relationship with Dingo Australia. More specifically, McLaren has become the supplier of flat-proof semi-pneumatic tires and rubber tracks for Australia’s No. 1 selling Mini Digger, the Dingo. This innovative and super compact piece of equipment is packed with a variety of advanced features. The Dingo design team is a world leader in mini digger innovation and technology.

Dingo Australia explored various options for tires and tracks, and selected McLaren’s Nu-Air Tire DT Series semi-pneumatic tires and NextGen TDF Series rubber tracks as the most suitable for the new models of the machine.

Gary Briggs, Dingo Australia Managing Director, says:

" We are proud to have a quality manufacturer with the reputation of McLaren supplying tracks and tires for our state-of-the-art Dingo Mini Diggers. Dingo Australia is the Australian market leader in Mini Diggers so it is important that we offer premium tracks and tires on our machines.

McLaren tracks are smoother and offer less ground pressure for sensitive surfaces without sacrificing traction.

McLaren solid tires are also very impressive, providing a softer ride while offering maximum traction and durability. The tires are specially weighted to add to the stability of the machine which is essential for a Dingo Mini Digger."

About McLaren

McLaren Industries is a world leader in the design and manufacture of steel OTTs, rubber tracks, rubber pads, semi-pneumatic tires, and undercarriage parts for a wide range of construction machines, carrier vehicles, and agricultural equipment. To learn more about Mclaren and its product lines, please visit

About Dingo Australia

Dingo Australia is the maker of Australia’s No. 1 selling Mini Digger, the Dingo. Dingo is the machine of choice for landscapers, tradesman, miners and hire companies throughout Australia, New Zealand and beyond. The company was founded by industry veteran Gary Briggs, and since 1991 it has revolutionized the designing and building of the iconic mini diggers. To learn more about Dingo Australia, please visit

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