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    Bronze Member RAS323's Avatar
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    The pump is a Prince 295431. The Four point attachment (photo 8) on the BH fit in,the four rusty hook type areas (two hi, two low..each side of pto, photo 2 &3) and have two pin that actually attach it (photo 5 & 8). The pump is steadied with the bracket bolted to it and slid over small plate of steel attached to the trailer hitch (next to pump photo 5). The bracket on the pump is beat up, before I put my larger tires on, it hung about 4" off the ground and got caught on everything. I need to replace my pto seal. If I can back up to the BH right, it takes less than 5 minutes to put it on-I like the setup alot.

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    Rick
    Mahindra 3510 w/4110 ag tires, 509BH, FEL, Farmi 351P, Wallenstein BX 62, Markham toothbar, BriMar 7000# dump trailer, 99 F250 xlt cclb 7.3l, '05 Tacoma, Solo 681, Stihl 460, Makita 6401, ATK 500, Magnum Research 45-70BFR, and other stuff too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsplitter View Post
    Looks like I am the only one with an old Cub Cadet backhoe and manual thumb EX3200
    That is a nice TLB and its even nicer in my mind since it is a Yanmar. It looks like the BH is probably made by the same manufacturer that makes them for John Deere. I like the thumb set up. It looks like you could make that into a hydraulic run thumb without too much difficulty. That is what I want to do with my 990 and 8B BH.

  3. #323
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    Default Re: BACKHOES LETS SEE THEM

    Quote Originally Posted by RAS323 View Post
    The pump is a Prince 295431. The Four point attachment (photo 8) on the BH fit in,the four rusty hook type areas (two hi, two low..each side of pto, photo 2 &3) and have two pin that actually attach it (photo 5 & 8). The pump is steadied with the bracket bolted to it and slid over small plate of steel attached to the trailer hitch (next to pump photo 5). The bracket on the pump is beat up, before I put my larger tires on, it hung about 4" off the ground and got caught on everything. I need to replace my pto seal. If I can back up to the BH right, it takes less than 5 minutes to put it on-I like the setup alot.
    I am not familiar with Mahindra tractors or their BH. It looks like they use the Bradco BH and that is pretty nice having the pump and reservoir right there hooked to the PTO. I am guessing that really gives some fast flow and enables the BH to work pretty well. It looks like the hook up for the sub frame is pretty solid as well. I also like the hookup they have for the thumb as well. Nice looking TLB.

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    Default Re: BACKHOES LETS SEE THEM

    I thought about putting hydraulic on it, But I need the exercise of getting off and positioning the thumb any way.

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    Making a roadway into the woods. The rock was too heavy to move, so buried it instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsplitter View Post
    I thought about putting hydraulic on it, But I need the exercise of getting off and positioning the thumb any way.
    I hear you. the problem is when you get tired and don't want to get off the seat to do it one more time!

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    Making a roadway into the woods. The rock was too heavy to move, so buried it instead.
    That looks like the rocks around my place in northern NJ. I grew up in NH so I know New England and its rocks. Northern NJ has the same if not more.

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    Here's one of mine. Yanmar B27-2B (U.S. model) Probably the handiest, & most economical piece of equipment I have on my tree farm. Also, it's a kick in the pants to play with. The IH backhoe is semi-retired now and stays in the barn most of the time......Dan.
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    2740 Montana 3414 IH loader/backhoe TD-14 IH dozer/drum B27-2B Yanmar Mini-Exc.

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    home built .... it ain't pretty but it works well.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaotguy View Post
    home built .... it ain't pretty but it works well.......
    That is nifty little backhoe you built!

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