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Backhoe Turf Feet& Street Pads

Real Stabilizer Feet for the John Deere 46 & 7 Backhoes

 

The factory stabilizer feet for the 7 & 46 backhoes are ok for hard packed soil but they have no business being used on turf or other finished surfaces, such as asphalt.  These are much improved stabilizer feet for landscaping work.  They are even powder coated John Deere green!

Backhoe Thumb and Ripper Claw made by Brotek


 

Backhoe Turf Feet

 

$219/pair

Model#: BF-46-C

-Fits the John Deere model 7 and model 46 Backhoes

-Special double angled cuts on ends help prevent tearing up sod as feet are slid inward or outward

-Leaves minimal impression in turf and won't sink in.  Preserve your lawn!

-Easily switch between the stock feet and back for varying terrain conditions (although there's really no need)

-Includes two hair pin cotter pins to replace OEM cotter pins for fast installation

-Full perimeter MIG welded construction

-Electroplated & powder coated John Deere Green

-Street pads available (below)

Street Pads

-Installs onto Artillian Backhoe Turf Feet to allow use on pavement or other solid surfaces

-Mounts with two pins and two hairpin cotter pins.  Easily installed and removed in a matter of seconds

-Includes all necessary hardware.

$79/pair

Model#: BFP-46

 


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