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b7800 l39

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bhog1racing
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2006-03-25          126653


i am looking to buy a 7800 or an l39 next week. i just bought 12 acres, i will be digging a foundation, clearing some trees digging a medium pond. i also oan s small const co. i will be using it for digging aprox. 30-50 sewage lines with it this summer.will the 7800 be up to the task? it has a woods 7.5 hoe and loader. i want to use a 20 inch bucket. i ran both of them today for about an hour. the l39 is awsume!!!! but at the verry top of my price range.verry top. will the 7800 get it done? i had a s185 babcat with a 9ft hoe and tracks. it wouldnt go with out them and tore the yards appart with them. thanks benny


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2006-03-25          126663


What type of soil are you going to dig into?

My Deere 4115 is in the same class as the B7800. I have some serious hard-pan on some areas of my land. The 4115/46 backhoe will dig it and the BX22 before it did too..... but the really hard stuff will slow it down a bit more than a larger, heavier model.

The beauty of this size tractor/backhoe is that it will transport on a 7000 pound GVW trailer and can be towed with a heavy/half ton pick-up.
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2006-03-26          126687


For what you have to do I'd be starting ith the L-39 and write it off aggainst the buisness. I prefer the Kubota attachments over the Woods just for mounting and the warrantee even though performance is relatively close. You do need a 10,000lb trailer for it and only a 3/4 ton pickup. ....

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2006-03-27          126739


thanks for the info. i bought a b7800 with a woods loader and a woods 7.5 hoe.it was a rental with 98 hours. i sold them the 7.5 hoeback and bought a new 8 foot ground braker hoe with the curved boom, it has over a thousand pounds more bucket curl force. i got a 12 inch and a 20 inch bucket.total cost $18767.78 not bad i guess. my 8 ft hoe wolnt be installed for 2 weeks, so my first job for the machine will be a 2 wall exterior waterproofing job. ill let ya know how it does. and again when i install the new 8 ft hoe. need any help with basement water problems let me know ill answer your questions as best i can. i just couldnt afford the l39 right now. thanks benny
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