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 07-19-2000, 20:47 Post: 18118
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I have a JD 48 backhoe that when I am using it on uneven ground I level the tractor with the stabilizers. Within in a few minutes the wheels have settled to the ground. When doing loader work with the backhoe mounted I have to watch to make sure the boom does not settle enough for the bucket to drag the ground. When I put backhoe in the parking position & remove it from the tractor the stabilizers will settle about half way to the ground & the buck will curl up. Has any one else had this happen? Chris






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 07-20-2000, 16:13 Post: 18136
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Almost. I have had the stabalizers drop to the ground when the backhoe was stored off of the tractor. Someone posted here that it was due to plastic seals(?) that do not hold as well as machined brass. I have had the bucket/boom drop on me also. Turned out it was leaking fluid. Must be a loose connection or something - it is in being fixed right now.






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