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    Marriage, great kids, good job... and now we figured out how to...

    ... install/remove the backhoe, the FEL and the MMM... I can die now...

    Hint for newbies... always, always, always use a flat surface for the hoe, the FEL and the MMM... unstable or uneven surface = swears and 30 minutes of your life.

    The 2320 is an amazing machine. Incredibly well engineered. Big project starts in a few weeks and we will be posting plenty of pics digging, lifting, Forking, mowing...

    Thanks for everyone's advice over the last month.

    Andrew

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    I hope you aren't going to die now that these things are accomplished; but if you do, I hope you have a smile on your face.

    Yep, you're exactly right about a flat, level, hard surface making all the difference between a chore and cuss fest that would make a sailor proud or blush depending on how long they've been at sea.

    I still cuss up a storm though when I remove and install the deck on L130 lawn tractor.
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    Congrats Andrew. How did your backhoe subframe work out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ensoll View Post
    Congrats Andrew. How did your backhoe subframe work out?
    Hi Chris... taking the hoe off and on was simple, except for the fact that we put it on an uneven surface... never again... I have not built the pedestal yet... will do so soon... before we take it off again.

    The real (good) surprise was the midmount... got it going and it works AAA...

    John can't wait to use the forks soon...A

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