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    Elite Member teg's Avatar
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    Default Re: Backhoe subframe and backhoe not attached together?

    Changzhou Townsunny Implements Company Ltd.

    Hard to tell from this website... But the tube goes under for sure.

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    Default Re: Backhoe subframe and backhoe not attached together?

    Ok, thanks, but that is when it is used with the 3 point mount. What about with a subframe then? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Backhoe subframe and backhoe not attached together?

    With the tube under the sub can you scoot the BH forward enough so that it will sit down in front of the welded on bar stock? Do the ears then stick down far enough that you can pin under the sub? It would then be locked down. Just an idea. It is really hard to tell from the pics. but it looks to me like that would work.

    Mike
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    Default Re: Backhoe subframe and backhoe not attached together?

    The BH sits on TOP of the welded bars now. I put some pics up of the new mounting with the BH attaced to the subframe. The ears are in the middle of the frame now and I drilled a hole in each bar and put two big bolts through the hole to attach the 2 pcs together. Looks ok, but some how still does not look like it really should be. Need to do some more research. Thanks.

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