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Old 10-24-2015, 09:46 AM
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Default DANGER FAULT in towable ATV backhoe

I found very dangerous faulty in Towable backhoe, wheels bearings are ruined even new machines.!!

This can cause bad accident if wheels stop rotate when You tow this backhoe on Your car etc.

Here video in problem and how to fix it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLY5IDOsbV0
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When replacing trailer bearings, it's always a good idea to add a grease nipple to the hub somewhere so you can add grease on a regular yearly basis. Or use one of those spring pressure hub caps that have a grease nipple in the end.
Simple little machine, but with allot of uses I bet.
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When replacing trailer bearings, it's always a good idea to add a grease nipple to the hub somewhere so you can add grease on a regular yearly basis. Or use one of those spring pressure hub caps that have a grease nipple in the end.
Simple little machine, but with allot of uses I bet.
In future I am going to add grease nipple on wheels centre frame but now I have not time for that.

This is simple but quite powerfully backhoe and I am use it quite a lot too.
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