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ski-NC
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2008-02-05          151110


Anyone have experience or problems putting a Taylor-Way,3-Point Backhoe (766) on a Kubota L2900 with a FEL? Will only be doing light to medium farm work.

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newholland10
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2008-02-27          151744


iused to be service manager at southside kubota.i my self installed a few woods backhoe.and a few kubota hoes. they were not to bad.need any help just ask i will see what i can do ....

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beagle
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2008-02-28          151759


We installed a Taylor Way backhoe on a B7800. We fabricated a sub-frame for the hoe, we would not 3-pt mount a backhoe on any tractor. The backhoe weighs around 1000 lbs. With the weight of the hoe, and the dipper stick force, the reactions at the top link are too high for the tractor. If the top link bracket doesn't brake off the axle housing, you run the risk of bell housing damage.

The Back-hoe itself is a good solid unit. The swing circuit is a little touchy, but the hoe runs great. Just don't hang it off the 3-point. Sub-frame mount the backhoe and you will like the results. ....

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earthwrks
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2008-02-29          151771


Beagle, my dedicated medium-sized backhoe loader had the same issue when I changed the swing cylinder hoses to larger diameter ones also getting rid of the small, seemingly restrictive fittings at the cylinder (couldn't figure out why they used 1/4" ID). Well, I had to reinstall the restrictive fittings to slow it back down.
Without the restrictions I could slide the machine sideways just by jerking and stopping the hoe quickly---not the kind of thing you want to do digging a 10' trench! And I save money on keeping a stock of baby wipes and spare undies in the truck : ) ....

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ski-NC
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2008-03-07          151992


Beagle;
Thanks for the great info, do you have any pictures and data of the sub-frame you all made? Again THANK YOU ....

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2008-03-08          152016


newholland 10;
Still working on the backhoe buy, but need your expertise on a Kubota problem, the glowplug light stays on all the time. The tractor starts up easy everytime even when the temps dop into the 20's over night. What puts the light out, is it a certian temp at the glowplug or a time period after the key is turned on? ....

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2009-03-01          160709


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newholland 10; Still working on the backhoe buy, but need your expertise on a Kubota problem, the glowplug light stays on all the time. The tractor starts up easy everytime even when the temps dop into the 20's over night. What puts the light out, is it a certian temp at the glowplug or a time period after the key is turned on?
does anyone know the answer to this question? i have the same problem, my glow plug light stays on and runs the battery down.




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2009-03-02          160740


lacefieldfar, if you don't get a reply it could be due to the heading on this thread. I would suggest you repost with title to your thread something like "glow plug light on Model of tractor".

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