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John Deere 110 backhoe advice

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by Brian Ensor, Jun 7, 2020.

  1. Brian Ensor

    Brian Ensor New Member

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    I'm wanting to buy a Deere 110 backhoe. Is there any common problems I should be aware of, specific things I should look for etc. All help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. JL Sargent

    JL Sargent Senior Member

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    Those are neat machines and popular around here in my park of the world. They seem to bring top dollar for what they are due to being lighter than a full size construction backhoe and therefore easier to trailer. People do pop in here from time to time with questions about them. You might do a few searches here and see what people are working on with theirs. Good luck with it and welcome to the forum!
     
  3. NH575E

    NH575E Senior Member

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    Search over at Tractor By Net.

    Only thing I read that stands out is they have a tendency to crack bell housings.

    They are apparently built on the 4000 compact utility tractor frame so not really industrial quality.
     
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  4. mikebramel

    mikebramel Senior Member

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    Buy a Yanmar CBL