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 08-08-2003, 08:57 Post: 61217
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 4115 and 46 Backhoe Pics, Finally!

Ok, the #1 pic is the tractor and the #4 pic is a little more detail on the 46 B/H.

#2 shows the front of the sub-frame where attach's to the FEL mounts and the big tapered pins that hold it in place.

#3 shows the rear sub-frame mount. On the left is the rear tire and on the right is the PTO shield.

The PTO shield is about twice as heavy as the standard version. The gold colored bar is where the 3 point lower arms would mount to the tractor if the B/H was not there.

If you look closely you can see where the black sub-frame slips onto the bar next to the PTO shield. The sub-frame runs under the gold colored bar.

The entire weight of the backhoe is carried by the rear axle and the beefed-up PTO shield on the rear and the FEL mounts on the front.

Unlike most Kubota hoes, this on uses the tractors internal hydraulics, so you don't have 5 gallons of oil and a pto hydraulic pump hanging off the back of the tractor.

The 46 backhoe package weighs right at 900 pounds.






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 08-08-2003, 09:01 Post: 61219
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Great pics Mark! Nice looking set up. I see that you already have the wheel weights on. I may have to look into a set of those for my tractor. How does the hoe work? Good power and break out force? When you do get around to it, I would be interested in hearing how removing and installing the hoe on the tractor goes.






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 08-08-2003, 09:12 Post: 61223
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The only thing I have done with the backhoe so far is rip out a concrete sidewalk. It easily pried up 1300-1500 pound slabs of concrete.

Mount/dismount: you back over the sub-frame and hook up the hoses. Then you position the hooks to the same height as the 3 point support bar and back the tractor up to make the two connect.

Then you slip the pins in up front (after a little jiggling with the hoe controls to line it up) and you drive off.






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 08-08-2003, 09:24 Post: 61227
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Great pics Mark ! Thanks for sharing them with us....
I sat on the 46 backhoe at the EAA flyin at Oshkosh and it
was pretty cool Wink yeah right






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 08-08-2003, 09:42 Post: 61230
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Tractors AND airplanes in the same place? My wife would never let me go!!






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 08-08-2003, 10:05 Post: 61236
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Laughing out loud ! Smile That is how I felt when I got there....the John
Deere pavillion was pretty good size....I actually bought
a John Deere t-shirt with a P-40 Warhawk on it that said
Oshkosh 2003 with a John Deere logo....pretty cool !
My wife stayed home with the kids, as she has no interest
in looking at planes for 3 days, so I went with other
family members. take care, Gavin






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 08-08-2003, 10:11 Post: 61239
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Great pics Mark, thanks for posting them. I'd be interested in your comparison of the pros and cons of your new 4115 setup vs. the 4100 and BX you had. Does it adequately replace both your other tractors?






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Ken, I have been gathering impressions and will do just that.

Meanwhile, take a look at my 4115 rear tires. They are mud and snow SUV radials. Best of all worlds, I think.

They have 20 pounds in them and they lay that tread flat on the ground.

BTW, as best I can figure it, the 4115 TLB weighs 3600 pounds just as it sits. And with a load of dirt in the bucket(53 inch bucket) and the German farm boy in the seat, well........ I guessing it rolls around at 4600 pounds.






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 08-08-2003, 10:53 Post: 61247
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Those radials sure sit nice and flat. They likely give a great ride, too. The only thing that sits between me and a set of those babies is .... CASH! I'll just have to wear my R4's out as fast as I can to justify the purchase.






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 08-08-2003, 17:24 Post: 61298
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 4115 and 46 Backhoe Pics, Finally!

I'm green with envey. I have always wanted to make it to Osh Kosh bgosh. Maybee next year.






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