CD Series three-point hitch hydraulic backhoes have many excellent
characteristics such as facility loading and unloading, operation
agility, etc. Its main functions are digging ditches, eliminating dirt
channels in towns or countryside.
REGULATION AND IMPORTANT CAUTION
Operate your backhoe in
accordance with the safety regulations of the tractor.
Only persons who have been
trained on tractors and fully understand this manual should operate
Regarding traveling: To avoid
backhoe drop-down, be sure the safety lock is in position when
traveling on roads. To avoid tractor tipping or sliding, travel very
carefully with your backhoe and at a safe, low speed while turning.
Also, when traveling down roads, be sure the stabilizers are in the
fully raised position.
When operating the backhoe,
area should be free of persons and obstacles.
To avoid the natural drop-down
of the backhoe, be sure boom is resting on the ground in a stabilized
condition after working.
In order to maintain a higher
stability when traveling with the backhoe, add additional weight in
the tractor's front-end (about 80kg).
Work the backhoe load-free (no
digging) the first time you operate the backhoe after it has been
assembled to confirm unit is working correctly. Once you do this, you
can start your labor.
Always check all nuts and bolts; immediately tighten any loose ones
you may find (ESPECIALLY
THE BOLTS UNDER THE CONTROL VALVE BLOCK OR YOU MAY BLOW OUT THE O-RING
Add hydraulic oil and
lubrication oil if necessary. Check all hoses, seals, couplers, etc. DO
your backhoe if any leaking exist.
To avoid serious damage to
backhoe or tractor, do not move control levers too quickly (especially
with the bucket filled). Control levers should be moved gently and
Remove the lock pin before
operating backhoe. Don't start digging before the stabilizer has firm
contact with ground. Make sure stabilizer is in highest position when
Don't adjust hydraulic valve
unless qualified mechanic recommends it.
To prevent pressurized
hydraulic oil from escaping when disconnecting any hoses, steel lines
or couplers, move the control levers in all directions. The oil will
return to the sump of the tractor.
Don't transport your backhoe
with the bucket fully raised.
When traveling with your
backhoe, do not make sudden starts, stops, or turns at high speeds. Do
not exceed safe speed limits or sudden starts when climbing grades.
Watch out for low overhead or
hanging wires. Don't touch wires with any part of your backhoe. Keep
your work area clear of obstacles at all times.
swinging your backhoe from side to side, make sure you have enough
space to do so and all persons & obstacles are clear of backhoe.
Be extra careful when working
on hillsides or close to ditches or any place where the danger of
tipping or sliding is possible.
Don't attempt any repairs or
maintenance of your backhoe while it is in operation. Always turn off
tractor before making any repairs, maintenance, and adjustments. Be
sure the repair tools used are designed by the manufacturer for the
Keep all nuts and bolts tight
BOLTS UNDER THE CONTROL VALVE BLOCK OR YOU MAY BLOW OUT THE O-RING
Replace any damaged or
worn parts immediately. Make sure replacement parts are of equivalent
strength and quality.