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Old John Deere Backhoes

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ABC1

06-13-2018 14:17:03




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Does anyone know the differences between a JD Model 92 and a 9250 Backhoe?




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tlock0331

06-13-2018 22:39:32




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 Re: Old John Deere Backhoes in reply to ABC1, 06-13-2018 14:17:03  
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I havent seen a 9250 sell in quite awhile. last one i can think of i think...think...it brought around 1800, i thought it was to much. On mine, i had to do some work that required pulling the hoe bucket and bars, but two of mine had been brazed, well, somehow...when it went back together, the bars were in curved side wrong direction..and before it was noticed, the bucket curl went to far and popped them...so...i just cut new ones, the bars themselves were only like 3/4" thick and the holes were something goofy like 1-3/8, or some wierd thing..anyway, i had some bar stock from an old cat that we scrapped so i cut them out of that and cause they had an angle close enough...its been working for several years, but i also found an old massy backhoe narrow bucket that i can put on...honestly about any bucket can be adapted pretty easy. none of that stuff is cut so close that a guy cant get close enough and move on, so if that 9250 is in your price range and the cylinders and what not are in good shape i would get it, worry about a bucket later, cause those things dont seem to show up very often, at least not where i am or where i look. however, i can find hoe buckets a lot more, so for 50 bucks on a bucket, cut, weld adapt and get to digging. if you ever decide you need a 400 let me know, cause im gonna sell mine and the 350 parts tractor haha

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tlock0331

06-13-2018 15:55:06




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 Re: Old John Deere Backhoes in reply to ABC1, 06-13-2018 14:17:03  
oh yea, and mine are all wobble sticks, not 3 stick design, and a joystick for the front end loader,
my 500 is an excellent compliment to my case 90xt skid steer and 690B excavator. if i had to sell either the backhoe or the skid steer, then skid steer is gone. i couldnt replace my backhoe with a comparable one for the money i have into this one. Hands down one of the best purchases i have ever made....

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tlock0331

06-13-2018 15:30:42




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 Re: Old John Deere Backhoes in reply to ABC1, 06-13-2018 14:17:03  
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Please dont quote me on the following, its something i am kinda sure about...

These two are the smaller series, only on the 300, 350, 350B crawler and 450B crawler, and not the 500 or 600.
the 92 control valve was offered 3 ways, as an open center, and two closed centers, early and late serial numbers. The 92 was available on the 300 & 400 loader tractor and the 1010 wheel loader tractors

the 9250 was an option for the 300 wheel loader and the 350B & 450B crawlers.
I think there was also like an A and maybe a B series 9250, so like a 9250, 9250A, and maybe a 9250B, but not a 100% sure.
there are a lot of crossover between them and i am not sure what was offered on the 301A, 401A etc etc etc...

Both of these are the smaller series first edition style backhoes, i have a 500, which is the 3020 industrial, with a loader and backhoe, they are a powershift transmission
you may try going to deeres online parts catalog and search for just backhoe, but im pretty sure if you looked for either the 92 or the 9250 you would get what you are looking for.

are are you looking for anyway? i mean something specifically?
I found a complete 500 loader with backhoe for parts for mine, and this winter i am hoping i can rebuild most of it, clean up a lot of issues, maybe put a turbo on it, but save for the fact that it does not have front wheel assist, its a very solid workhorse, and will preform right up there with newer cases and deeres, and it is just about as easy on fuel.
Oh yea, i also have a 400/401 with a front end loader on it and a parts 350 i think.

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ABC1

06-13-2018 21:21:10




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 Re: Old John Deere Backhoes in reply to tlock0331, 06-13-2018 15:30:42  
I have a 300 Wheel Loader with the single handle loader control and the large pump. Although it wasn't built with one I'm looking for a Backhoe for it. I've found a 9250 less bucket and Tie Bars. I may have an old bucket for it but will need to find a set of Tie Bars if I buy it. Would you have an idea what these Backhoe Attachments are worth today?



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