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    Default taking the backhoe off a 07,ck30

    i am going to take off a kb 2365 hoe off my 07 ck 30.can any body give me any advice on how to do this?i bought the tractor with the backhoe already on it.and am not sure exactly how to do it.is there any videos or pixthat any one hasto make it a little easier .any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: taking the backhoe off a 07,ck30

    Hi, I have a DK40 with the Kioti backhoe. I am not sure if the attachment is the same as yours but I can describe how mine comes off. My backhoe frame slides into two brackets under the tractor. There are two pins on the back bracket that need to be removed to allow the backhoe to move backwards. Using the backhoe controls, lower the stabilizers and bucket to take the backhoe weight off of the tractor. I dig the buckets teeth into the ground.This will take a little practise to get it right. Slowelly move the tractor ahead a couple of feet to move the backhoe out of the brackets. Shut off the tractor and lower the backhoe to the ground using the backhoe control levers. Move the levers in all directions to insure the pressure in all of the cylinders is released into the tractor. Disconnect the hydraulic lines and drive the tractor forward. I hope your setup is similar or my description is a waste of time. After a couple of times it will become easier to take off. I have no problem putting the backhoe on or off in about 5 minutes. Look for some good level ground to set it on and don't forget to bleed the hydraulic pressure back into tractor system. Good luck.

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    Default Re: taking the backhoe off a 07,ck30

    I have a CK 30 with a backhoe. Bigturks advise is correct with the exception that you need to reverse the hydraulic control valve located under the tractor's R/H side after you disconnect the hydraulic hoses and before you restart the engine.. This prevents the hydraulics from dead heading when the backhoe is not in use and restores flow to your 3 point hitch. You will have to crawl under the tractor and it takes a 3/8 open end wrench.

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    Default Re: taking the backhoe off a 07,ck30

    i did get the back hoe off relativly easy,i put the hyraulics in neutral.i blocked it up so i can get it back on,hopefully just as easy as i got it off.what do you mean when you say,bleed the hyd.pressure back into the tractor system.i didnt do that.i thought i just had to move the lever to the neutral position.

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    Bronze Member Bigturk's Avatar
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    Default Re: taking the backhoe off a 07,ck30

    If you have any trouble when you try to reconnect the hydraulic hoses, you will just have to loosen a hose connector to let off any excess hydraulic pressure. No problem.

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