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Cat 428d backhoe specs


Cat 428d backhoe specs and photos

Catalog #:

428D

UPC:

81859491405

BEST ANSWER:In a typical backhoe setup the boom is the equivalent of a shovel, that is the long reach arm is the working arm. The bucket on the backhoe is the tool, and as mentioned the bucket is attached to the body by a single pin. The pins are not the same diameter as the body of the backhoe. The diameter of the pins range from 5/16" to 5/8" and are on the inside of the body. Some backhoes have the bucket attached to the boom in 2 ways, and the same pin in each, and the diameter of the pin is the same as the other pins. This would be equivalent to a shovel in which there is a hole in the blade so that a handle of the handle can be inserted in the blade and the backhoe is then assembled.

BEST ANSWER:In a typical backhoe setup the boom is the equivalent of a shovel, that is the long reach arm is the working arm. The bucket on the backhoe is the tool, and as mentioned the bucket is attached to the body by a single pin. The pins are not the same diameter as the body of the backhoe. The diameter of the pins range from 5/16" to 5/8" and are on the inside of the body. Some backhoes have the bucket attached to the boom in 2 ways, and the same pin in each, and the diameter of the pin is the same as the other pins. This would be equivalent to a shovel in which there is a hole in the blade so that a handle of the handle can be inserted in the blade and the backhoe is then assembled.

I don't have any experience with the 428D, but with the 428B-I backhoe, that has a 3/4" diameter pin that is driven into the backhoe frame. The pin is on the inside.

You might be able to tap the frame and drive in the pin from the outside with a hammer and a chisel.

I also own a backhoe that has the 3/4" pin and I tapped that pin from the inside and used a hammer to drive in the pin.

BEST ANSWER:I don't have any experience with the 428D, but with the 428B-I backhoe, that has a 3/4" diameter pin that is driven into the backhoe frame. The pin is on the inside.

You might be able to tap the frame and drive in the pin from the outside with a hammer and a chisel.

I also own a backhoe that has the 3/4" pin and I tapped that pin from the inside and used a hammer to drive in the pin.

Do you have any suggestions on how to remove the pin for the purpose of dis-assembling the tool?

I have a John Deere 930 backhoe and I like this tool very much. I know how the tool was assembled, and now need to take apart this tool. I know I can't change the pin so the tool is useless to me.

My best guess is to take apart the tool but the pin (3/4" I think?) is located inside and difficult to get to. It is very hard to see, and looks like an oval piece of wood inside the tool. I don't know if I can even tap it to knock it out.

I also have a John Deere 930 backhoe and my backhoe has a 2.5 inch pin. There is no way to get to it, and if I were to try to tap it out with a hammer, I wouldn't hit it.

I have removed the pin by removing the whole handle section and removing the pin from the outside. The pin was inside the handle and I was able to tap it out with a hammer.

I will take a picture of the hole after it's tapped out. I think I will try to tap it out and see what happens. I have never tried to remove the pin this way. If it works, I will post pictures.

My suggestion is to use a hammer and tap with a hammer, not hammer and use your finger. The pin will have a very soft feel in your finger. It will not bend but will break easily with the finger.

You can probably tap it out with a hammer, but I wouldn't recommend it. You will tear the pin out. In my case, I was fortunate to have a broken pin. However, I don't know what size your pin is. Try to figure out how to take it out and go from there.

The pin size on the backhoe that I'm using is 2.5"

Just a reminder. If your pin gets stuck, you cannot pull it out. You have to tap the pin out.

I am afrd that is the only way. I have been trying to remove it but without success. I also have a John Deere 930 backhoe and my backhoe has a 2.5 inch pin. There is no way to get to it, and if I were to try to tap it out with a hammer, I wouldn't hit it.

I have removed the pin by removing the whole handle section and removing the pin from the outside. The pin was inside the handle and I was able to tap it out with a hammer.

I will take a picture of the hole after it's tapped out. I think I will try to tap it out and see what happens. I have never tried to remove the pin this way. If it doesn't work I will just replace it.

I am afrd that is the only way. I have been trying to remove it but without success. I also have a John Deere 930 backhoe and my backhoe has a 2.5 inch pin. There is no way to get to it, and if I were to try to tap it out with a hammer, I wouldn't hit it.

I have removed the pin by removing the whole handle section and removing the pin from the outside. The pin was inside the handle and I was able to tap it out with a hammer.

I will take a picture of the hole after it's tapped out. I think I will try to tap it out and see what happens. I have never tried to remove the pin this way. If it doesn't work I will just replace it.

You would likely be better off to just replace it. In my experience, the pins on these backhoes are made


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