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ant549
Join Date: May 2004
Posts: 3 france
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2004-05-27          86989


I have just purchased a Iseki 2160 with a front loader and Woods 750 back hoe - but no paperwork.
This is my first ever tractor and i can see that the back hoe is not level - from the rear, it is flopping to one side or the other! Are there any sites with pictures so that i can undertsand how the back hoe and three point should link up together (i can then work out why it is listing to one side).
(ps I have emailed Woods for a manual but no reply yet)
Sorry if this is naiive but i am a virgin to tractors.
Ant

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dfkrug
Join Date: Nov 2003
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2004-05-27          87015


Not sure how big that tractor is, but that hoe can do
serious damage to your top link, especially if it is loose
on the 3pt. Your right hand lift arm is adjustable for height to get things leveled out. Also make sure that your
lift arms use round holes and not slots at the bottom. I
suggest you get or fabricate a frame mount. Check with Woods...they may support that tractor. ....

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JimP
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 58 NY
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2004-05-27          87018


I have a Bolens H1502 (Iseki TX2140T HST) with Bolens loader and Woods 650 backhoe. My personal opinion is that:
a.) the Woods 750 backhoe is way too big for your tractor
b.) I would not use either backhoe without a backhoe
subframe that ties into the loader subframe on this
size tractor; i.e. I would NOT 3PH mount either

Woods no longer sells any of these backhoe subframes, as I bought the last 6 of them up before they were sent off to the crusher. ....

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ant549
Join Date: May 2004
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2004-05-27          87022


oh!!!!!!

thank you for the advice

Is there anywhere i can learn about this stuff ideally with pictures - i dont know what a back hoe subframe is (i am imagining it bolts to the tractor chassis? so that the pto doesnt take any weight?)
sorry to be a simpleton on this, but i havent yet got up to speed with how it all actually works! ....

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JimP
Join Date: Jul 2003
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2004-05-27          87025


I have several digital pics of my setup that I have marked up w/text to show all the pieces and how they fit together, as explaining this (especially to a newbie) can be somewhat difficult. Send me your e-mail address (mine is in my profile) and I can send you some pics on this. ....

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ant549
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2004-05-27          87026


many thanks

what you have is exactly what i need just to get things into place in my mind (i'm great with cars and mechanically ok, but totally new to tractors)

it wont let me put my email here so i'll change profile and email you ....

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MadMike85
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2011-08-13          179813


What size front end loader is on the Bolens h1502? I am looking for a front loader and possibly a backhoe. Where would I be able to find one or both of these? Any kind of help would be great. Thanks. ....

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auerbach
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2011-08-13          179816


You understand correctly what a subframe is but before you pursue that step, I don't think a hefty hoe belongs on a 16HP tractor whose hydraulics move no more than 2.7 gpm. ....

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