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Posted October 12, 2011 - 02:25 PM

Bob........way cool! Tell you what, I won't need that Massey Peerless rear diff if I just bring my Hogzilla up there & swap you it for that rig!

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Posted October 12, 2011 - 07:24 PM

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great looking setup Bob, glad you were able to get it working. How is that PS?


No ps is not on it yet as there is a few things i need to take care of first.



nra1ifer
That's quite a set-up! How do you actually use the backhoe? Does the seat spin towards the back?


There was a option that came with it to swivial the seat but i don't have it.I hope to add one soon.



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Is the tractor heavy enough to make it worthwhile to dig with the backhoe?


The tractor weights 1100 pounds by itself and add the backhoe and loader puts it around 2100 pounds.But on hard ground it will lift the tractor up if you take a big bite with the hoe.

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Posted October 12, 2011 - 07:28 PM

Bob........way cool! Tell you what, I won't need that Massey Peerless rear diff if I just bring my Hogzilla up there & swap you it for that rig!


Good one Dan :bigrofl::bigrofl:I was hoping to have it ready last month to give you a run at tractor of the month.

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Posted October 12, 2011 - 07:35 PM

Bob........way cool! Tell you what, I won't need that Massey Peerless rear diff if I just bring my Hogzilla up there & swap you it for that rig!


Good one Dan :bigrofl::bigrofl:I was hoping to have it ready last month to give you a run at tractor of the month.


If you were crazy enough to trade (& you'd have to be insane), I'd have still had a tear in my eye if I left Hogzilla behind.......but I'd get over it! .....in about 5 miles of driving!:bigrofl:

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Posted October 13, 2011 - 08:41 PM

hogzilla? wasnt that a massive wild boar that was shot? like weighs as much as a bolens ht series.

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Posted October 14, 2011 - 09:29 AM

Looks great, Bob. Reminds me that I keep hoping to have a backhoe for a Large Frame myself, someday.




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