The 595 Backhoe swing system is a constant speed/constant torque system for good swing and smooth operation. The 180-degree swing allows trenching 90 degrees from the center of the tractor.
Double-acting swing cylinders are pinned directly to the swing frame, which gives a very compact swing system, eliminates complicated linkages and chains, and provides improved stability and extra torque for backfilling. Some competitors use a single cylinder and chain design that requires manual adjustment
Attaches solidly to 5 Series Tractors
The backhoe's subframe mounting bar fits into the rear mounting brackets that are attached to the tractor. This solid mount provides two valuable features:
Stability by virtually eliminating vertical or side-to-side movement often found in some 3-point hitch backhoe mounts. The subframe design also positions the entire backhoe close to the tractor.
Tractor chassis is protected by tying the respective tractor and the backhoe together as one. It also allows operators to take full advantage of the total weight transfer between backhoe stabilizers and loader buckets.
Quick-pin mounting on a 5M Tractor
The front of the 595 Backhoe subframe is attached to the tractor with quick-pins for fast installation and removal. The backhoe's hydraulic hoses attach to the tractor hydraulic system (requires the power-beyond kit) with quick-couplers, further enhancing the ease of hookup and removal.
595 Backhoe on a 5M Tractor
Two user-friendly levers are located on the console to control the boom lift, swing, dipperstick, and bucket. Updated control linkages require less operator effort and provide a better feel than cables, adding to operator comfort after digging for long hours.
A convenient location for storing swing and boom lock pins is provided on the operator station.
595 Backhoe operator platform
The operator station on the 595 Backhoe provides improved operator comfort with a flat, walk-through operator's area and large footrest. The operator area stays clean with a perforated floor design, which allows dirt and debris to drop through. A low-profile console allows an unobstructed view to the digging area.
The backhoe hydraulic valve is located under the operator's platform. This reduces noise and increases leg room and visibility for the optimal operator experience.
The backhoe seat is adjustable both vertically and horizontally, offering a comfortable position to a wide range of operators. When not in use, the seat pivots and locks up to help keep it clean and eliminate debris collecting on the cushion.
Entry and egress of the operator station is safe with a convenient grab rail. Large footrests with non-slip surfaces further ensure safety, while wide-stance stabilizers are angled rearward for easy operator entry.
Flip-over pads made of cast ductile iron allow a quick and easy conversion between field and street usage. The pads pivot to follow the contour of the terrain.
Buckets are available in a variety of sizes to fit any job and provide superior productivity. The 49 Backhoe can be ordered with three heavy-duty buckets: 14-in., 18-in., and 24-in.
Replaceable bucket teeth are available.
A four-bar linkage on the 595 Backhoe bucket cylinder provides 180-degree bucket curl to dig straight walls and prevent spills at loading height.