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    The digger is a kubota KX36-3 and,yes, the implement on the back is a hydraulic hedge trimmer.
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    The interesting thing about mine is that the side-to-side swing of the machine is not provided by conventional hydraulic rams. The swing is provided by a single rotary hydraulic 'cylinder' at the base of the boom. I've never had take the cylinder apart so I have no real idea how it works. There are no markings on the hoe so I don't know the brand. It may be a particulary Australian attachment because another Australian TBN member contacted me a few years ago after seeing one of these photos. The hoe has its own pump, powered by the PTO.
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    i've seen those double ended cyls before.... some actuate a large pull chain as well.

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    That is the way my ford is. It has a large chain attached to the swing cylinders. Was kinda iffy about it at first. But so far no problems!

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    Okay here's a pic,I HOPE!! LOL!
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    I can't post pics, but look up an Allis-Chalmers 918 Backhoe,and I think you'll be impressed. It's great for heavy-duty jobs....not gret for finesse work though.Digs 19 ft. deep.Front loader bucket lifts 6500 lbs. don-ohio (:^)
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    Quote Originally Posted by soulasphil View Post
    The digger is a kubota KX36-3 and,yes, the implement on the back is a hydraulic hedge trimmer.
    Who makes that trimmer? Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall 55a case View Post
    That is the way my ford is. It has a large chain attached to the swing cylinders. Was kinda iffy about it at first. But so far no problems!
    yep.. just remember to oil and clean that chain every few decades.

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    Don the cab on that allis is big enough to live in! At least you got a nice warm and dry space to say if your wife sends you to the dog house!

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    HehHeh! Yeah,I WISH that were my cab! That's a pic off the AC site. My cab is open air with only the snap-cab buttons on it. don-ohio (:^)

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    Sounds like its one horizonal piston and the cylinder is connected to the chain for the side to side.The woods 650 and 750 are similiar.I had that piston leak from the first new delevery and was replaced. and no proglems since, except that I tore off one casting end but that was from sharp snapping caused from me and a rock..So in 25 plus years its done well seemed to lack alot of side swing pushing power but I assume it it had more then other pronlems would occure.QUOTE=alchemysa;3162333]The interesting thing about mine is that the side-to-side swing of the machine is not provided by conventional hydraulic rams. The swing is provided by a single rotary hydraulic 'cylinder' at the base of the boom. I've never had take the cylinder apart so I have no real idea how it works. There are no markings on the hoe so I don't know the brand. It may be a particulary Australian attachment because another Australian TBN member contacted me a few years ago after seeing one of these photos. The hoe has its own pump, powered by the PTO.[/QUOTE]

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