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  1. #1
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    Default BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR BRANSON F4350

    Now, that I have plenty of pulling/working power after adjusting the Clutch linkage via advice from this forum, I am
    looking for a Backhoe Attachment for my Branson RF4350.
    No Brason Dealers anywhere near. Can someone suggest
    some supplier--possibly a used backhoe.
    ALSO: Does anyone have cross references for Filters,
    other than those suggested in the Branson manual--oil, fuel, etc.
    Papa1

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    Default Re: BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR BRANSON F4350

    If you want a 3pt. hitch backhoe check with a local woods dealer. If you want the subframe you will have to go to branson I suppose. I have the 3pt. hitch cub cadet, made by woods. takes about 2 minutes to hook it up. The pump runs off pto shaft.

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    Default Re: BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR BRANSON F4350

    There is a subframe backhoe available from Woods.

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    Default Re: BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR BRANSON F4350

    I have a Branson 4720 and went with the subframe Wallenstein GX900 BH. I think there made in Canada, my local dealer in Ct carries them.

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    Default Re: BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR BRANSON F4350

    I was pricing stuff today at a K_word dealership.
    They have Woods and York, I was surprised at how reasonable a Woods Groundbreaker X can be.

    Not to advertise here, but I will pass on the dealer's name to anyone that sends me a private message. This may only interest New Englanders, the dealership is in Mass.

    PS I sprung for a rake, rear blade and box scraper, all Woods, while I was there - brain fade, I probably thought I could afford them (-:

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