BACKHOE BUCKET REPLACEMENT
Removing a Bucket
Position the Bucket. Position the backhoe straight out behind the machine. Rest the bucket on level ground, with the
bucket flat. Block the bucket to prevent its movement.
Stand clear and to one side of the bucket while you remove the pivot pins. With the pivot pins
removed, the bucket may roll over. Failure to follow this warning may result in injury to personnel.
Remove Pivot Pins. Unclip and remove the tipping lever linch pin (Figure 81, Item 1) and spacer (Figure 81, Item 2). Use
drift and hammer (Items 5 and 9, Table 2, WP 0031) to remove the pivot pin (Figure 81, Item 3), then remove the dipper
pivot linch pin (Figure 81, Item 4), spacer (Figure 81, Item 5), and pivot pin (Figure 81, Item 6).
Figure 81. Remove Pivot Pins
Withdraw Dipper. Using the backhoe controls, carefully lift the dipper clear of the bucket.
Installing a Bucket
Set the bucket flat on the ground.
Reverse the machine while aligning the dipper end with the bucket hinged area.