Topic: Re: Advice on buying a backhoe
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back when i was running underground electric cables,(early 70s)we used case and fords. the case was a better machine in my opinion,as far as reliability goes,but as someone else said the operator is everything on these, and a really good operator can make all the difference in one thats wore way out. one thing to watch for , look at the boom from dead on, make sure its not bent off to the side. could be a warped or broken pivot mounting, or one that has been broken and not repaired correctly. it makes them harder to dig with if your actually digging a lot of deep ditch.you dont notice it so much if your not digging deep, but its something to look for.
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