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    Bronze Member KenVT's Avatar
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    Default Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    Hey Everyone..
    In the time honored tradition of asking the Same Question over and over..... Has anyone owned the Bradco 375/3375, and if so, any opinons on its quality of build, ease of use, How well does the Subframe kit mount up? Is it easy to remove, I do alot of mowing with my Case DX40, and would likely be puting it on for it's intended use, and then taking it right back off.
    Money is always a factor, and it seems to be priced better than some of the others, ei. woods, case...

    The Wife has given the GO signal, so I need to move fast.
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    all of you'se input is appreciated

    Thanks,
    Ken

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    Default Re: Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!

    I said 'Opinions'

    Even your opinion of your own Backhoe would be appreciated! [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

    give it to me...............


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    'hatin' shovels in VT...' [img]/forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]


    (Ken)

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    Default Re: Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    My opinion is that the Harpoon Winter Warmer varys from season to season.
    Don't know a thing about the Bradco hoes. Can't be any worse than kubota's.

    All the best,
    Martin

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    Default Re: Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    I agree, the Winter Warmer does have subtle differences from season to season, if it didn't..... it wouldn't be a work in progress, it would be perfection.... that of which is unattainable. Now the IPA on the other hand, is the closest to perfection, so the changes are very minute, and only the everyday consumer would have the trained senses to 'see' the steps towards perfection.......

    But both are extremely excellent choices when faced with the prospects of sitting in a lawn chair watching someone use their Backhoe....... [img]/forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]


    Been there, done that, now want to be the guy in the operators seat! [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]


    Ken

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    Default Re: Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    I purchased a bradco 3375 from altamont equipment in new york this past summer. I got the 4 point subframe and installed myself in one day. Everything fit perfectly and I also installed a power beyound loop which was very easy to do. I received very good instuction manuals from bradco which made the installation very easy. I have used the backhoe about 12 to 15 hours and I am very happy with it. I researched backhoes for months before I decided on the bradco and found it to be a very rugged backhoe. Hope this helps you. Good Luck.

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    Default Re: Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    I just purchase a woods 9000 hoe .I went with the woods because like you I need it on and off easy and there sub fram has the newest set up over the bradco I looked at. the bradco model 511 or the 509 and the 611 sub fram I looked at stays on the tractor like the others, but you loose about 4 to 5 in. of ground clearence over the woods there subfram does not hang under the drawbar ,it mounts around the rear axel where the bradco hangs under the axel.also the bradco you would have to remove the 3 point lift arms off of the tractor to put on the hoe.not so quick attach.the woods you only remove the front stablizer arms and tie together some how like bunge cord.much easy to put on and off.just like everbody hates to change attachments you want to make it as easy as possible.so I took the woods for easy set up and off.

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    Default Re: Bradco 3375 \'hoe...Any Opinions?

    I had a Bradco 3265 with subframe on a B7500 that dug trenches and several hundred stumps up and the only problem was a "C" clip that came off once...oh yea the seat was vinyl and started to split after the first year.
    It did what it was built for and was very reliable.
    I also liked the Bradco seating area better than the BH75 I have now, it was not as cramped.

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