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    Super Star Member J_J's Avatar
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    Default BH for those little jobs

    J.J.

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

    Git er done.

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    Elite Member Ductape's Avatar
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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    Interesting? Not sure what else I can say about that rig....... other than it wouldn't be quite as 'effective' here in NH soil.

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    J-J, Thanks for sharing.

    Neat toy. No worry's about transporting across a lawn. Easy to transport as well.

    The ultimate kids sand box toy!!

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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    I wonder why the battery vs. a gas powered engine. I can't imagine the batteries and motor being much cheaper that a simple gas engine.
    From now on I will only buy cars that are a silver/grey color. Then I can make all body repairs with Duct Tape.

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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    That's cute!!!!!

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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    be great to have to dig up a water or sewer line in a basement or in a building,

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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    Interesting...got feeling the bones etc. will take beating tho.

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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    Good for digging out cellar no exhaust fumes.

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    JJ terrific post!!!!!!! I watched the video twice. I really really like electric if for no other reason, no gas to go bad, no fumes and can use anywhere anytime. I purchased an electric log splitter for those very reasons. I love not having another motor to worry about gas going bad, or gas tank rusting, or mouse eating ignition components. I really like that I can store it anywhere, no gas.

    That backhoe looked really really well built, even the bucket looked professionally done. I wonder who welded up?

    Thanks again, goes to show you there are a number of ways to spin a hydraulic pump.

    Joel
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    Default Re: BH for those little jobs

    I wonder if they make a 110v adapter for it as well? Looks like just the thing for planting potatoes or rose bushes...

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