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Is an 800 series powrful enough??

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Roger Bshara

03-10-2003 11:49:01




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Will a Ford 3pt backhoe from a 3000 series work on an 800 series? Will it fit? Is the 800 powerful enough? The person placing the classified ad claims the unit requires a minimum of 50hp.




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ikall

04-18-2003 20:41:39




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 Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to Roger Bshara, 03-10-2003 11:49:01  
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Charles

03-10-2003 15:05:32




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 Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to Roger Bshara, 03-10-2003 11:49:01  
Yea, I have a bracket which is mounted below top link mount and was told it was for mounting a backhoe.



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Charles

03-10-2003 15:03:47




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 Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to Roger Bshara, 03-10-2003 11:49:01  
Yea, I have a bracket which is mounted below top link mount and was told it was for mounting a backhoe.



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Truck

03-10-2003 14:59:57




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 Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to Roger Bshara, 03-10-2003 11:49:01  
That upper mount that replaces the factory toplink mount is going to be the weak point on your 800. Study how it is done on the 3000 it came off and try to duplicate it on the new setup or you may end up breaking the top cover or pulling the mount out of the tractor.I have a neighbor who used one on his 3000 without the special top bracket and he broke his hydraulics quite quickly. Then he got the correct stuff. Powerwise you may have enough to operate it but maybe not at the same speed the 3000 was able to. Your major problem will be if you have enough tractor and enough strength to take the stress. If it's got a 24 inch bucket and a digging depth of 10 feet it might be a little too big:-)..........
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paul

03-10-2003 13:09:01




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 Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to Roger Bshara, 03-10-2003 11:49:01  
Saw your message in the other section - which 3000 was it on, 3 or 4 cyl?

I hear the biggest worry is the upper link bracket on a tractor - they break off.

Do you have a loader on your 800? Is it a pto pump with the backhoe, or run off the tractor?

I don't believe a 3000 is any stronger than an 800 on hp, but the engine isn't the important part. You need to compare bracket & tractor frame strenghth, hyd flow, and front ballasting.

What model of backhoe, that would probably get you the quickest answer?

--->Paul

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Roger Bshara

03-10-2003 14:24:21




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 Re: Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to paul, 03-10-2003 13:09:01  
I have no further information at this time, but will try to find out more later today. There was a classified ad in today's paper and the woman who answered didn't apper to know much other than it came off a 3000 and I needed 50hp min. Of course by that time, it will be sold. No, I don't have a loader . . .yet!



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markct

03-10-2003 14:15:48




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 Re: Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to paul, 03-10-2003 13:09:01  
i dont belive they ever made a 4 cylinder 3000,they made 2000 and 4000 in 4 cylinder but not any 3000s



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paul

03-10-2003 20:05:40




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 Re: Re: Re: Ford 3Pt backnoe - Is an 800 series powrful enough?? in reply to markct, 03-10-2003 14:15:48  
Duh. I think I've heard that before.

I need to learn to stick to the 100 series, where I once in a while know something! :)

--->Paul



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