Heavy Equipment Parts
Original surplus, Aftermarket, remanufactured & Used
New Hitachi Parts
Pivot Equipment Parts provides a large selection of new genuine surplus and aftermarket replacement parts for Hitachi excavators. Whether you’re looking for parts for a mini or a large excavator, we have all the parts you need to keep your excavator moving. All of our parts are ISO 9001 certified and designed to the original fit, form, and function for Hitachi excavators.
Used Hitachi Parts
At Pivot, we know that at some point and time, your Hitachi excavator will need to be repaired. We are committed to providing quality used parts as an affordable alternative for your Hitachi equipment. Some examples of used components we can supply are cylinders, final drives, engines, and more. We offer affordable options so that you can focus on providing your customers with exceptional results.
Rebuilt Hitachi Parts
Pivot believes in providing only the highest quality rebuilt parts for your Hitachi equipment. Our rebuilt parts come with the best warranties. Prior to shipping, all of our rebuilt Hitachi excavator parts are tested and set to industry standards. We are here to help guide you to find the right solution for any of your excavator needs.
Alternate solutions are of great importance when it comes to your equipment repair. We supply New, Used & Rebuilt components.
At Pivot we stand behind our parts with multiple warranty options available that range from 30 days to 3 years depending on the components.
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.
ABout Hitachi Heavy Equipment
Hitachi has been producing equipment and advancing technology across a variety of industries since it’s inception in 1910, taking it’s company name from the city in the Ibaraki Prefecture of Japan, Hitachi. In the beginning, electrical engineer and found Namihei Odaira had only one product – a 4-kilowatt induction motor that was the first of it’s kind in Japan. This motor was used for copper mining and after 8 years working “in house” for a mining company, Odaira relocated Hitachi headquarters to Tokyo in 1918. As with virtually every industry on earth, World War II had tremendous effects on the operations of Hitachi. It was a common strategy of Allied forces to bomb manufacturing factories, as many of them were working to produce parts for war machines and weapons. Ironically enough, Hitachi was able to recover from the detriments of WW2 by landing defense contract from the United States during the Korean War. Following this new development, Hitachi established a headquarters in the US in 1959 and eventually Europe in 1982. Over the years Hitachi has participated in industries ranging from communication, consulting, electronics, defense sytems and metal all the way to nuclear and rail. Hitachi regularly participates in philanthropic causes such as donating microscopes to five universities in Indonesia in 2011. In 2019, Hitachi continues to be a leading producer of construction equipment for job sites all over the world.