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    NTM 46 Backhoe for my 4110

    A good freind had bought a used tractor package many years ago that included a 46 backhoe, it had seen little use and he didn't have to much use either for it but the deal was great soooo, he had this sitting around in his woods for a while, we recently discussed it and he just said "Why don't you just take it, you'll use it around your place" and so it was done, he went through quite an adventure to get it here, but he finally did it! Thanks Erik

    Here it sat in my pole barn the day he delivered it:
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    So the first thing I had to do was swap over the front loader mounts and rear PTO guard, the one for the hoe is heavier and has larger bushings to accomadate the hooks for the rear mounting. Sorry no pics of that, not really much to see anyway.

    Second, I had my Power Beyond lines hard plumbed to feed my rear SCV, so I had to add in QD's to be able to hook up the hoe. This of course made the one hose to long, but I'll deal with that later as its really not in the way now.
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    Next up was to get it attached to the tractor, that went pretty well for it being the first time and having to adjust the loader mounts, about 45 minutes total. So once it was attached and working, I got the pressure washer out clean it up some. Yes I know it will get dirty as mentioned it sat in the woods for quite a while, there was moss growing on all the hose coverings! And I found this when I went to lube the control linkages:
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    After a thorough washing it was grease time, found two bad zerks and one pin on the bucket was stuck so I had to drive it out and cleane it up some. Have this convinced me to order a new Dewalt 20v grease gun!

    So finally here she is in all her glory:
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    Kenny

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    Neat... you'll enjoy it I'm sure
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    When I got this the other day I knew I wanted the Artillian Backhoe Feet setup with the street pads: 46 Backhoe Turf Feet

    So I ordered them Wednesday morning on the website, as luck would have it while I was greasing the hoe the FedEx guy showed up and delivered this 42lb box of goodies:
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    Wow these are REALLY nice:
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    Install was super easy, fit was perfect as expected:
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    And here you can see just how much larger these are compared to the OEM ones:
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    Kenny

    -John Deere 3720 Deluxe Cab TLB
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    -John Deere 455 w/60" MMM


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    Artillian 3K Forks, Grapple, Front-Hoe Bucket
    John Deere 455, 60" MMM

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    Good score. That is one very good friend you have.
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    2320 200cx loader, 46 backhoe, 54"snowblower, original cab, Titan 42" forks, welded on hooks by neighbor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pappa View Post
    That is one very good friend you have.
    Yes sir, that is VERY true
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    Kenny

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    -John Deere 455 w/60" MMM


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    Visit our YouTube Channel

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    John Deere 3720 Deluxe Cab, 300cx FEL, 366 Front Blade, 59" Front Snowblower, Ballast Box
    Artillian 3K Forks, Grapple, Front-Hoe Bucket
    John Deere 455, 60" MMM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    When I got this the other day I knew I wanted the Artillian Backhoe Feet setup with the street pads: 46 Backhoe Turf Feet

    So I ordered them Wednesday morning on the website, as luck would have it while I was greasing the hoe the FedEx guy showed up and delivered this 42lb box of goodies:
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    Wow these are REALLY nice:
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    Install was super easy, fit was perfect as expected:
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    And here you can see just how much larger these are compared to the OEM ones:
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    Just a note on the Artillian feet, especially with the pads.... Your outrigger arms will droop low and fast under the extra weight as the Cyls bleed off.

    I tried rope and a bungee before I settled on a chain and hook combo to keep them up when in storage between uses and during transport.
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    Looks good Ken. Enjoy
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    nice score for sure that hoe would sure look good on my 2520, boy now i'm envious some day-oh. good luck with it. now u and Gizmo2 can go in the business of ditching jobs.
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    NICE Kenny.

    Keep an eye on this hose, it likes to get pinched...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    A good freind had bought a used tractor package many years ago that included a 46 backhoe, it had seen little use and he didn't have to much use either for it but the deal was great soooo, he had this sitting around in his woods for a while, we recently discussed it and he just said "Why don't you just take it, you'll use it around your place" and so it was done, he went through quite an adventure to get it here, but he finally did it! Thanks Erik


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    Ken, very nice!! We can all drool and wish we had such friend to give us such a nice gift! God's providence is worked out in so many unique ways for all of us.

    It looks like it was hardly ever used.

    Now you will have your own BH and can still borrow your other friends mini excavator and you can do any digging job twice as fast!

    I really appreciate having my 8B BH for use when ever I need it. It comes in very handy, especially with rocky ground. Some times you need a quick hole dug and you know you will need more than a shovel and 10 minutes if you do it by hand.

    I wish the 8B pads connected like the 46 pads. I would purchase a set from Chris in a heart beat but they are bolted on so no simple fix there.

    Enjoy!
    Rob

    second owner of '05' John Deere 990 CUT with the following:
    JD 300CX FEL
    JD 8B BH
    JD PF
    Artillian PF with 2" reciever hitch adapter
    JD BB
    SpeeCo 3PH Wood Splitter
    Also an independent SplitFire Wood splitter

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