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 10-14-2006, 21:12 Post: 135943
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I am having trouble removing the frame mount backhoe from a Kubota L35. I can not get the lever to release the pin per instructions, rear wheels slightly elevated with boom.I have tried lubricating upper catches but release arm will bend without pin even budgeing. Am I missing something It's a 2000 and probably has never been removed.






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 10-15-2006, 08:07 Post: 135947
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They can sometimes be stubborn. Recommend extending the boom about 4 or 5 feet and apply just enough boom pressure to take the weight off the top bracket--too close or too much pressure can sometimes be counter-productive. Assuming you have the safety clips removed, you should be able to slide the locking pins. Good luck.






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 10-15-2006, 19:02 Post: 135959
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 L35 backhoe removal

You may have too much lift in the boom. Depending on the use of the machine the pins might be set up but I haven't seen it yet on these machines.






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 10-15-2006, 21:49 Post: 135963
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O.K. I have got the pin to slide maybe an 1/8 of an inch. It appears the levers have set up on the pivot studs and we got them to break free a little, with heat.Penetrating oil is the next step. Parallel to the lever handle and just behind it are two 5/16 bolts with locknuts and a spring connecting them.They bolt into the receiving block for the head of the pin. My service manual does not mention these. Am I overlooking their function? Which is what?






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 10-16-2006, 17:52 Post: 135985
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The problem was the rusted up pivot points on the release lever. Applied plenty of heat and finally got them to move. I am probably going to put grease fittings on to alleviate this problem ever happening again!






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