Check out some of our customers’ projects on these pages. Also, if you have purchased plans from us and used them to build your project, please send us some pics and we’ll post them here.
Aaron W. in Tremonton, Utah did an awesome job taking our basic micro hoe plan and turning it into a tow behind backhoe unit!
This pic shows the 170 degrees of boom (slew) rotation. this is one of the most important things to look for when deciding on a small backhoe design because you need to swing the boom over far enough to pile the dirt away from your digging area. in other words, "it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing".
Kevin C. in Shepherd, MT chose an unusual mount for his micro hoe, a small LULL forklift with plate mount for the backhoe
when curled up for transport, the micro hoe extends only 31" off the back of the tractor, you won't have to worry about over stressing the rear axle of your tractor with this compact design. overall height of this backhoe is 74" including it's 7" of ground clearance. the front end loader also has 74" under a level bucket.
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If you have a particular question about mounting a loader or a backhoe on your tractor, please email us, and we will do our best to get you set up.
Head over to our picture gallery where we have 1002 images of our customers’ machines on display. Use the search box at the top of that page to locate a particular make or model tractor that you are interested in seeing with a loader or backhoe attachment.
On our videos page, see customers operating their DIY loaders, backhoes and log splitters — all built using our plans.
Go to our orders page and find out how to order one or more of our products, such as plans for a front-end loader or a backhoe. There are ordering links for shipping plans within the U.S. and internationally.
Perhaps you have questions about hydraulics, a particular tractor application, or something else. Ask the original designer and builder about your project before you purchase plans. Feel free to contact Paul by email at , or call the office at 413-256-4960. You can also call Paul’s cell at 413-835-5801.
The FAQ page contains some of the most commonly asked questions we hear about building loaders and backhoes. Your question may be answered there, if not please feel free to contact us by email or phone.