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    Default WoodMaxx Backhoe

    Hello, I'm looking for a good PTO backhoe to run on my 2000 New Holland TC45D The dealer wanted 6795.00 for a Wallenstein. I think a 7' backhoe would be plenty big enough for me, since I only need it to dig out some roots from dead trees on my property. I don't plan on doing any real heavy digging. I was looking at Liberty, and I also see WoodMaxx has backhoes now. I like the look and specs of the WoodMaxx backhoe. Anyone with any experience with either of these two? The price is right ,and I don,t want to spend 7,000.00 for the Wallenstein. Any advice would be appreciated

    George
    Last edited by WeekendFarmer1952; 07-12-2012 at 03:08 PM.

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    Veteran Member wedge40's Avatar
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    Default Re: WoodMaxx Backhoe

    I've read some horror stories about Liberty on here and the internet. I would stay way from them.

    Wedge
    1967 Ford 4000, Box blade, straight blade, FEL, Rake, Bushhog, Backhoe, Jinma chipper, KKII tiller, Grapple.

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    Default Re: WoodMaxx Backhoe

    Did you make a decision on the Woodmax backhoe? If you got one, how do you like it? I'm looking on putting a self-contained one on my B3300SU and want to hear good, bad and ugly.

    Thanks, Jim

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