#BackhoeLoader #TractorLoaderBackhoe #JohnDeere310 How to Operate a Backhoe Loader | Tractor Loader Backhoe Operator Training. Today we are covering what NOT to do in a Backhoe. We cover the 3 basic mistakes we see from new operators regarding: starting position, center of gravity and parking. We'll be operating a John Deere 310 backhoe loader. Have a question of comment? Leave them below! A special thank you to RDO Equipment in Burnsville, Minnesota for allowing us to use their backhoe. Learn more about them ▶ 🤍🤍rdoequipment.com/ ^^^^^^^SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL^^^^^^ Heavy Metal Learning is designed to provide educational content on how to operate heavy equipment; a forum for operators and industry supporters to share their knowledge; an opportunity to get out in the field; and ultimately inspiring the next generation. Heavy Metal Learning is a strong advocate for bridging the skills gap as well as seeing the need for quality instructional content on heavy equipment. Check out our website: 🤍heavymetallearning.com Contact us: info🤍heavymetallearning.com
hello-seems like good info, could you illustrate digging a deep trench with an extenda hoe, i have a jd310c with extenda hoe and am new to using it, had a kelly on a w9 ihc with slow hydraulics before, thank you
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great video thank you
Do you have to wear a hard hat while driving it?
My dad ran backhoes for 50 years. He would climb banks, pull himself out on elevated RR platforms, pull and push himself in and out of ponds... It was next level. The more time you spend on the machine, the more you realize it will do just about anything. If you could only take one machine to do a job, it would be a backhoe. He was amazing to watch. He would pull the boom tight and swing it full to each side and use the counterweight of it to tilt the front bucket edge for crowning and light ditching on driveways. He was always tedious and slow so that the maneuver was performed safely. I learned a lot over the years from him.
If on a slope, like in the video, it is safe to keep the rear boom slightly swung up the hill. This keeps so much weight from dangling downhill. If ever traversing a slope it should be the same way.
I get what you're saying about the starting in backwards thing, but if you're in dig position all it should do is spin. Just my thought.
Glass shatter shrapnel if something like a rock slams the window (especially the backhoe window) and throws tiny shards of glass at your face. The rock did not go through, but it sent a lot of tiny shards from the inside, right at my face. Luckily, I was wearing sun glasses, but if it were not bright outside, I would not have been wearing them, thinking the safety glass (or tempered as both are present in most backhoe enclosures) protects my eyes.
The rock was a chip from a larger chunk I was moving out of the way to dig. Anyway, I wear safety glasses now. My friend and coworker broke a chain lifting a log and the chain broke the window into thousands of little pieces, a couple of which left cuts on his cheek and forehead. He always wears tinted safety glasses, so he reminds me every time we get in the backhoes. Good friend, thanks man!
That's a lot different than my Dynahoe , lol
You can start it in rear just make sure your bucket is down so you don’t move
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Thanks for these videos, just started sorting through them. I live on a very steep mountainside in the Appalachian mountains and I don't want to die.
Holding the bucket controls down low is risky if you are wanting to do fine movements holding it on the top is safer and easier on you and also the machine
Never operated a full size backhoe, I can imagine that huge arm causing it to be more tippy. I have a compact 4x4 tractor w/backhoe and actually very surprised with how stable it is working in the Kentucky hills. It felt scary at first, and for a few months I was timid on it but now the machine goes just about anywhere and is so versatile. My setup weighs around 5,000 lbs. The one in this vid might weigh 16,000 lbs.
I will be running a JCB backhoe so would love to see some videos on the 3CX eco please
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Another great video. I used to teach technical and safety classes and make how-to vids at my previous oilfield job. I know it can be difficult to make sure you're covering everything and covering it correctly. I also know it's not easy to always be civil with unsafe, knowitall dimwits and their comments, but you seem to do a good job of it! Thanks for sharing.
Great video; thanks.