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|Mel Llopart||I saw a 210 with a bucket and an backhoe and wanted to know if the backhoe can be taken off and replaced with a three point hitch power takeoff driven mower assembly.
I have a woods mower for my N2 tractor and wanted to use it on this new tractor.
|bontai Joe||If you are asking about the 210 garden tractor from the 1970s-80s, then the loader/backoe combination was totally aftermarket or home built. The 210 could have a factory optional sleeve hitch installed, but no 3 point was available for it, and hydraulics were only available optionally as a small pump for mower lift, snow plow & blower lift on the front. That little pump couldn't provide the power necessary for a loader and hoe.