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Customer Satisfaction!

"I Dig Texas is the best place to buy attachments for your machine hands down. Tom was very helpful in finding the best fit for our machine and the jobs we run it on."

- Jackson W.

"I had a unique experience with the folks from IdigTexas. Tom has been very helpful and helping me understand the capabilities and capacities of my newly acquired track loader."

- Jamey B.

"Just bought two of the 84 inch rock grapple buckets and couldn’t be more satisfied. The customer service was great and the delivery was very fast."

- Justin U.

"There is no better place in the country to buy skid steer attachments. I bought everything I’ve got from them. These guys are as solid as they come. It’s especially important to buy here if you’re in texas because you can get equipment warrantied."

- Kirc W.

"Tom and the team at I Dig Tx are top notch. They stand behind their attachment's. Very knowledgeable about all the attachments they offer."

- Landri B.

"Outstanding customer service as well as product to match welcoming family environment. Attachments and products built to handle every working man’s dream 10/10 recommend"

- Dylan O.

"I Dig Texas is exactly what you would expect from a Texas owned and operated equipment manufacturer and dealership. They're patriotic and tough. An impressive operation making and selling high-quality equipment."

- Brandon L.

"The I Dig Texas team is amazing! Everyone is extremely knowledgeable about the bulletproof attachments they make and sell. You don’t have to worry about buying some cheap foreign junk from I Dig Texas!"

- Matthew C.



“I Dig Texas, LLC” was formed in the Texas Hill Country in April 2017. Tom Marek (founder) and his VERY patient wife Mary Marek (BOSS LADY) were ranching in Central Texas and found it nearly impossible to find high-quality attachments th.at were built to last at an affordable price. What we found on Craigslist were “back-yard dealers” selling Chinese junk (or poor quality American made junk) that did not last in the rugged and often rocky hill country of Texas. READ MORE