An excavator is a staple of any job site that requires earthmoving. Although every excavator has the same major components, excavator sizes vary depending on their purpose. An excavators size, often expressed in terms of their weight in tons, effects how much weight they can lift, which is called the operating weight. A larger excavator will have a higher operating weight, deeper dig depth, and stronger engine power. Typically, excavator size classes are seen in these purposes:
- Compact/Utility (under 20 tons) – Sometimes informally called a “digger”. Typically used in landscaping, farming, small construction jobs, and civil works.
- Standard (20 – 40 tons) – BRIKERS is primary focused on providing components for this category of excavators. Typically used earthmoving, construction, material handling, road building for forestry/logging sites, and residential foundation digging.
- Large (40+ tons) – Demolition, mining (sometimes referred to as "mining shovels"), underground foundation digging, civil construction projects, oil & gas, marine work and pile driving
BRIKERS carries major components for excavators in the 20 - 40 ton size class, between 5 - 20 years old (3 generations). We focus on components for the most popular excavator manufacturers, such as CAT, John Deere, Komatsu, Hitachi, Volvo, Hyundai, CASE, Link-Belt, and Doosan. Every major component you see on an excavator we carry. We call these the 14 major components, which are: excavator cabs, arms, booms, hydraulic cylinders (arm, bucket, and boom cylinders), main pumps, control valves, propel motors, final drives, swing motors, swing gearboxes, swing bearings, and engines. Because we dismantle excavators right here on site, we also carry odds and ends, such as attachments (buckets, thumbs, quick couplers), panels, cab accessories, and undercarriage components (tracks, top and bottom rollers, idlers, sprockets, track adjusters, etc).
We know that when your excavator goes down it can cost you precious time on the job, so BRIKERS strives to offer quick turnaround times, and some orders may even ship the same day. That’s why BRIKERS is a trusted source of excavator components for companies worldwide!
Which Brands Of Excavator Components Do We Carry?
BRIKERS is not an authorized dealer for these manufacturers. Logos are for illustrative purposes only.
Examples of Excavator Components We Carry
Excavator Bucket Cylinder
Excavator Arm Cylinder
Excavator Boom Cylinder
Excavator Hydraulic Pump
Excavator Control Valve
Excavator Propel Motor
Excavator Swing Motor
Excavator Final Drive
Excavator Swing Gearbox
Excavator Swing Bearing
Shop In Stock Excavator Swing Bearings
A Builder, Not a Broker
BRIKERS makes some big claims about our parts inventory and quick shipping, and we back them up with a unique approach to business. Most so-called “parts suppliers” you find online aren’t selling their own parts. They’re acting as middlemen to the actual suppliers and inserting an extra step — and often extra mark-ups — into the process. BRIKERS, however, has its own 44,000-square-foot storage facility that holds more than 10,000 individual components right on-site and ready to go. Once you’ve completed your order it’s just a matter of prepping, packaging, and shipping all at the same location. It makes next-day shipping a breeze, and, in some cases, we can even get your shipment out the same day you place your order!
Who Is BRIKERS?
REBUILT. IN STOCK. READY TO SHIP.
Built and tested by Red Seal certified technicians
Up to 60% less than new OEM components
Over 10,000 parts on our shelves to choose from
Ready To Ship
Same day shipping on orders before 2 pm PST
Founded in 1999, BRIKERS has built a well-deserved reputation for supplying high-quality heavy-equipment parts to operators around the world — and doing it quickly and affordably. The key to our success? One of the largest inventories of heavy-duty equipment parts in all of North America, most professionally reconditioned by our certified Red Seal mechanics. They’ll minimize downtime and maximize productivity even in older machines that are no longer supported by brand-new parts.