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What does a Backhoe Attachment do?

A backhoe attachment is one of the most useful pieces of equipment that a small business, a rancher, a farmer, a gardener, or a landscaper can own. The potential uses for a backhoe are endless. If you are in the market for a quality backhoe, WoodMaxx has models that include a durable, easy to use, and ideal tractor backhoe for sale.

Backhoes are versatile machines that have a variety of uses. Construction businesses use backhoes to dig foundations as well as trenches for utility wiring, and in any other circumstance where digging and excavating are necessary. Ranchers find backhoes useful for moving debris, such as removing brush that has been cut down or for moving dirt and rock to another location. Farmers, gardeners, and landscapers find backhoes useful for sculpting the earth to flatten fields, to build terraces, or to construct small hills and other ornamental features in a yard or garden. No matter what your trade may be, if you spend a lot of time outdoors or building, a backhoe will be one of the most useful purchases you will ever make.

WoodMaxx offers three models of quality, dependable PTO backhoe attachment units. The three models are the WM-6600, the WM-7600, and the WM-8600. These models measure six feet, seven feet, and eight feet respectively. Each of the models has different specifications, such as different loading heights and different maximum digging depths, allowing you to select the model that works best for your needs.

Every quality WoodMaxx machine, from our chipper shredder to our backhoe, comes with a standard two year warranty with the option to purchase a three year warranty. These warranties allow you to rest at ease that if anything goes wrong with your machine, WoodMaxx will be there for you to help you get it fixed. Once the machines are out of warranty, you can depend on our extensive catalog of replacement parts to help you get back to work as soon as possible.

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