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    Outside of Detroit, MI
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    Default Another Backhoe question

    I think I've read through every backhoe thread there is on here and thought seriously about getting a BH92 to go on a yet-to-be-purchased tractor. But, I just watched an expert crew with a small, but beefy old Yanmar mini-ex dig some trenches for a geo system in my yard and man, were they going slow. I knew my ground was all clay, but had no idea how hard (and full of crap) it is. I'm now thinking a BH92 would never get any job done in a reasonable amount of time (at least in my yard).

    Safe assumption?

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    Veteran Member Wolfy's Avatar
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    a small town
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    Default Re: Another Backhoe question

    Yes it is. Those little backhoes have their place, but stumps, big rocks, and dense clay move much easier with a full size backhoe or excavator.

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