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    Default 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    Here a some more pictures. As for the build, I had the bucket side plates cut on a friend's cnc plasma table. The rest of the project was done in my garage, using a mig welder, a bridgeport style mill and a metal cutting chopsaw. All the dimensions were taken from a BX 24. I spent just under $2000 on the project.
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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    LOOKS GREAT>

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    That had to be fun to build, How long did it take to build roughly? Do you have a guess at the weight add is to your unit?

    Great Job

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    Nice work! Thanks for posting pics...
    JD 3120 - eHydro, R4 tires, 300X FEL w/62" bucket, 48" Pallet Forks & bale spear (from Palletforks.com), Frontier 2060bb,72" rear blade, Farm Pride 3 pt snowblower 50", JD 655 tiller, Frontier 3pt Spreader, Ballast Box & i-Match.... Hustler Super Z zero turn w/72" mower & Kawasaki (LOVE this machine)

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    Looks great! So when you going into business making them?

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    I guesstimate the backhoe weighs about 500 lbs. As for hydraulics I tapped into the test ports just like woods did for the 6000 hoe. They show exactly how to do this in the installation manual for their hoe subframe which I got off their site. They even mention the size of the metric fittings they use. I started to build it last july and likely averaged 4 hours a week so I'll guess about 100 hours time to build. All pins use DOM tubing just like a factory built model and every pin has a grease fitting.

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    Very nice!

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    That's an excellent piece of work...Loved the photos!
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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    Great job! Thanks for the additional pics!
    Cheers!

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    Default Re: 2210 homemade backhoe more pics.

    Doesn't look home made at all, that's some incredible work, what size MiG do you have to weld that heavy plate? I'm pretty sure my 135 couldn't handle it.
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