Most all hydraulic attachments leak down it is normal and not 260BH specific. Some do leak down faster than others. I block mine up with wood or concrete blocks when I disconnect from the tractor for easier hookup later.
0331 88-92 USMC Ret.
1025R FILB; 50" FEL Bucket with 3 Ken's Bolt On Hooks, Bucket Mounted Receiver and 1 Shackle Mount; psrumors Seat Springs; 12" BH Bucket; Box Blade; 48" Rotary Cutter; 48" Tiller; Omi Manufacturing Transformer Hitch w/Weight Rack; Artillian Forks, BXpanded Piranha Tooth Bar, and More to come as I can beg it out of my wife!
Also: Ford 9n, Massy Ferguson 231 & 231s, Zeter 7711 and a Mahindra 3525
155c w/42" snowblower, lawn sweeper, cart 'n stuff
2032r w/H130 and 61" bucket, frontier forks, 46 backhoe, subsoiler, 3point receiver hitch
Triton 16-7 trailer
I always put mine with the frame on the ground. Isn't that how it's supposed to be done? It just didn't seem safe to leave the 600 plus pounds up in the air.
2025R Gen II, 260B Backhoe, D120 Loader, 60" deck
X754 All Wheel Steer with 60" deck
As I have finally learned to duck to the left going into the shop to miss the ROPS... I was beginning to learn to rotate my a$$ sideways to miss the lowered stabilizer which seems always just about hip bone high, but of course I forget. "OW, $#&^!"
I now have a nice piece of yellow painted dog chain w/2 hooks that go between the stabilizers.
2013(12) 1026r TLB 54 QH front blade, 54D Auto Connect deck, ballast box, carryall
'04 GX335, 48C, Johnny Bucket Jr., PowerFlow W/7bu. bagger, 42 snow blower, 48 Plow, JD front dethatcher, 10 Cart, Little-Brown Henway, Stihl 026P/20", Stihl 241/16", Stihl BG 85 blower, Stihl KombiMotor 110 w/string trimmer/brush cutter/edger/pole saw/hedge trimmer, Snapper 21" WB, Snapper 8/24 snow blower
"...and visions of green CUT sugarplums dance in his head..."
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