The Titan skid steer backhoe reaches 7-feet deep with a single arm and hydraulic tilt bucket controlled from inside the cab. This works great for trenching and other productive digging work. The bolt on mechanical thumb upgrade allows you to pick up rocks, trees, and other hard to control objects with ease. When the thumb is not needed, simply fold it and slide it out of the way. 1 year Free Manufacturer warranty included.
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Tim5 star rating
Very good value
Review by Tim on 6 Mar 2017review stating Very good value
I just received the Fronthoe and it fit perfectly on our John Deere 240 skid steer. I was able to dig a 48x60 in hole (5 feet deep) in a little over 20 minutes. It works perfectly and would highly recommend.
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Martin4 star rating
Great tool for the price
Review by Martin on 28 Jun 2019review stating Great tool for the price
I bought this front hoe about a year ago and wanted to wait until I had used it to write a review. I have used it for some trenching, and it works well for that, but I use it much more as a long arm grapple for moving things like large rocks, log length firewood, brush piles, etc. IÃ¢â‚¬™ve put it through its paces, and have been very pleased with its performance on every job. It was pretty easy to put together when it arrived, but one of the threaded holes in the frame was not tapped very well, so the bolt and pin retainer worked their way out. I welded a washer on the grease fitting end of the pin and put an R clip through the retainer hole to keep the pin in place. Several other retainer pins have bent, but the bolts are still in place, so the retaining pins are remaining functional for the time being. Changing out straight pins for pins with heads would be a wise upgrade to future designs. The thumb is adequately heavy duty for the build of the hoe, but I managed to bend the positioning pin slightly while mo
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