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    My quick and easy backhoe cart

    I wanted a simple cart to remove and replace my backhoe without lowering the outriggers. I was able to assemble one to suit my needs for under $25.

    1025r: Backhoe Cart and Carryall - YouTube
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    Very nice. I'll be building one soon.
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    Nice design on the cart! Would be curious if you had leakdown issues with the backhoe on the cart.

    I really like your videos!! You just have a great, natural style in front of the camera. I'm surprised that your view-count isn't higher. I don't know if someone like "Tractor Time With Tim" could give you any pointers on adding "tags" to your videos that would pop you up higher in the search functions on YouTube.

    Great property too!! I also live in a log home, but ours is a bit more contemporary. I love the traditional cabin look that your place has.
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    Lots of good ideas

    Auguste . . . a blue collar guy working in a white collar world
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