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Backhoes arent that unstable i whip the 580 super ns like ricky bobby just know your limits
Nice vid. I need more throttle.
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"make sure your seatbelt is on" looks at my 1965 John Deere 2010 crawler backhoe with a cookie sheet as a seat, "how?"
Good job & thanks for sharing this info
What about tire rolling your trench for compaction?
Why full throttle?
You should be able to use the hoe at 2000 rpm max.
Also, your stick is stronger with the extend-a-hoe sucked in. Why dig fully extended if you don't need too. Just puts unnecessary stress on the extend-a-hoe stick.
Why would you spoil uphill? That just adds unnecessary weight to the highest wall of your trench. Also, spoiling at the bottom, you could more easily backfill with the front bucket.
Secondly, if you lower your stabilizers first on a slope, you can get yourself more level, then set the front bucket down.
One tip for backfill would be flip the loader bucket over and back drag the spoil pile over the ditch in float.
31UOTbnt6Sc&t=3m10s 3:10 don't back into those power lines boss!
Digging with extanda boom out is amateur at best. Hard on the machine as well
Yes scary here I had no training. 🤔 obvious though like don't want to roll the tractor.
L’extension doit entrer en premier, avant d’arriver prêt de la machine.
Buy them a ice tea or something they deserve alot of credit your service is deeply appreciated thanks take care. Joe
This so nice am a biginner and am enjoying these videos
What about looking for existing lines and not to break them?¿?
This was really helpful
One thing I think you should do different. Never trust emergency brake, you should have your foot on service brake pedals, reach back and put your stabilizers down first, then spin around in your chair, same thing when pulling up, turn forward first, foot on brake, lift up stabilizers. Especially in hilly or wet conditions, more than once I've seen a machine not hold and then your facing backwards as the machine takes of sliding or emergency brake doesn't hold.