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TC24D 12LA 756c backhoe traction weight

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horstuff
Join Date: Mar 2004
Posts: 23 Duvall, Washington (East of Seattle)
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2004-04-29          84667


Hi. I am thinking of buying a TC24D/12LA loader with 756c backhoe, and am wondering how much traction the hoe will add to the whole thing. Thanks.

Bobby

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TC24D 12LA 756c backhoe traction weight

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kwschumm
Join Date: Feb 2003
Posts: 5764 NW Oregon
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2004-04-29          84697


Traction is a balance of tire type, inflation, ground conditions, 2 or 4wd, and proper ballast. It's a hard question to answer. For example, adding the hoe will add more weight to the rear which will actually unload the front tires, so in 4wd you may end up with less overall traction. ....

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TC24D 12LA 756c backhoe traction weight

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DRankin
Join Date: Jan 2000
Posts: 5113 Northern Nevada
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2004-04-29          84703


If you are considering R-1 tires the extra weight will drive them into soft soil and you will leave deeper tracks where ever you go.

If you are using turfs or R-4's you will see a major increase in rear traction with little or no increase in soil disruption. ....

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