Excavator Parts

Excavator PARTS

New, Used & Rebuilt Excavator Parts

In the construction and mining industries, excavators tend to do most of the heavy lifting. Operating in harsh conditions and often times running nonstop, we understand that proper machine functionality is the highest priority. We place a great deal of importance on reducing your machine’s downtime, knowing that contracts can be lost and efficiency reduced without the proper support.

Pivot places a strong emphasis on the supply of complete components for your excavator equipment. Whether you’re in the market for new aftermarket, genuine surplus, good used, or remanufactured, we can help support your repair needs. With our network of premium manufacturers, you’ll be guaranteed to experience a reduced downtime and increased productivity.

Excavator Components

  • Engines
  • Final Drives
  • Hydraulic Pumps
  • Swing Drives
  • Undercarriage

    Excavator Parts Request

    Parts Supplied

    Alternate solutions are of great importance when it comes to your equipment repair. We supply New, Used & Rebuilt components.

    Warranty Support

    At Pivot we stand behind our parts with multiple warranty options available that range from 30 days to 3 years.

    Shipping Service

    Orders placed before 3pm eastern time can be shipped out same day and in many cases we offer free shipping on select orders and core returns.

    Still not sure if we can help with your search for excavator parts? We think we can, contact us and let us show you.

    Still not sure if we can help with your search for excavator parts? We think we can, contact us and let us show you.



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    Common Excavator Parts

    An excavator is a heavy construction machine used for digging and moving large amounts of earth, soil, or other materials. It consists of several key components that work together to perform various tasks. Here are the main parts of an excavator:

    Boom: The boom is the long, arm-like structure that extends from the machine’s main body. It provides reach and lifting capabilities to the excavator.

    Stick (or Dipper): The stick, also known as the dipper or arm, is attached to the end of the boom and provides additional length and flexibility for digging and reaching deeper areas.

    Bucket: The bucket is mounted at the end of the stick and is the primary tool for digging and scooping materials. It comes in various sizes and shapes depending on the specific task and can be replaced with different attachments.

    Track (or Undercarriage): Excavators are equipped with a set of tracks instead of wheels. The tracks provide stability and allow the machine to maneuver on different terrains. They consist of multiple individual track shoes, rollers, and a sprocket system.

    Cab: The operator’s cab is the enclosed compartment where the operator sits and controls the excavator. It provides a comfortable and protected environment with controls for operating the machine, including joysticks, pedals, levers, and switches.

    Engine: Excavators are powered by an internal combustion engine that drives the hydraulic system and provides the necessary power to operate the machine. The engine can be located either at the rear of the excavator or in a separate compartment.

    Counterweight: To balance the weight of the boom and the attachments, excavators have a heavy counterweight attached to the rear of the machine. It helps maintain stability during lifting and digging operations.

    Hydraulic System: Excavators rely on a hydraulic system to operate the various moving parts. It includes hydraulic cylinders, hoses, pumps, and valves that control the flow of hydraulic fluid to power the boom, stick, bucket, and other components.

    Swing Mechanism: Excavators can rotate 360 degrees on a turntable called the swing mechanism. It allows the operator to change the machine’s direction without physically moving the tracks, making it easier to work in tight spaces.

    Control Panel: The control panel is where the operator interacts with the machine. It includes various gauges, monitors, and control switches to monitor machine performance, track fuel levels, and adjust settings.

    These are the main components of an excavator, although there may be additional features and attachments depending on the specific model and application of the machine.