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    Gold Member johnnylight's Avatar
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    Default Re: Shallow trenching with a CUT?

    Quote Originally Posted by J_J View Post
    Here is just one more option. Something new in cutting trenches.


    JJ,

    Where did you find that?
    That looks cool and expensive.
    John - TC34DA 757C backhoe/FEL/rake/QA fork/rdm/toothbar/subsoiler

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    Gold Member johnnylight's Avatar
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    Default Re: Small trenching with a CUT?

    Here ya go http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...le-laying.html

    I made one too.
    Even if you own a backhoe this is a must have-- great time saver as you lay your pipe or cable she zips the trench closed as you go.
    John - TC34DA 757C backhoe/FEL/rake/QA fork/rdm/toothbar/subsoiler

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    Super Star Member IslandTractor's Avatar
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    2007 Kioti DK40se HST, Woods BH

    Default Re: Shallow trenching with a CUT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlton John View Post
    Thanks Island Tractor. I dont have forks but seen onthe web site you can get one that attaches right to the FEL, would you recomend this product for digging tree holes and moving rocks etc... I need a poor mans BH Thanks
    The only downside of the QuickSpade version that fits directly on to a bucket is digging depth. I would guess you could dig about 2 feet deep max. Otherwise it should operate exactly like the forks version (which digs 4+feet deep).

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    Super Star Member J_J's Avatar
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    Power-Trac 1445, KUBOTA B-9200HST

    Default Re: Shallow trenching with a CUT?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnylight View Post
    JJ,

    Where did you find that?
    That looks cool and expensive.

    About $4000.
    J.J.

    When I works, I works hard. When I sits and thinks, I goes to sleep.

    Git er done.

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