Some of the "Track Hoes" I've seen have only a small blade on the front,
rather than a bucket like
a traditional backhoe, which could be a problem if soil needed to be
moved away from the
excavation, especially if it interfered with moving the machine to a
different position to dig from.
> They have small ones with treads that go in and out so you can get
> it thru small gates - less than 40" as I recall. These days I mostly rent
> full-sized backhoes and they get the job done. You do need the Extend-a-hoe
> though. And sometimes 4wd is a must. Fortunately that's the way most of them
> Cheers & GL,
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