These wheeled tractors are build to tow not to be towed.I am pretty sure you can't towbar these things eh? even with the bucket removed.
Need help....I have a bad hose and lots of old weathered hoses.I know this is an old post, but obviously you never used one of FLU419 backhoes or if so didn't use it long enough to appreciate it. I can tell you it has as much break out force as a regular Case backhoe and it will lift the 16,000 lb. truck and move it with the front bucket down and teeth in the ground and the outriggers fully extended. If anything its only real shortcoming is not weighing enough. I have dug holes 14 feet deep without getting into the hole. It also worked great for building a berm for our shooting range. It is about 8 ft. high and 40 feet long. I say about on the height as it changes with hard rains, LOL... Every now and then it takes a redo to get it back in shape.
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