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Quick-On Back Hoe Bucket Connector John Deere JD260, 260B, 270A, 270B
Quick-On Back Hoe Bucket Connector John Deere JD260, JD270

Quick-On Back Hoe Bucket Connector John Deere JD260, 260B, 270A, 270B

Price: $329.00
Part Number:BHCJD260

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Number of pins (2 included)
Quick Change Pin
1 Quick Change Pin Included
BXpanded Quick-On Bucket Connector for JD 260, 260B, 270A and 270B Backhoes

The BXpanded Quick-On Bucket Connector is designed for quick changes of buckets and back hoe attachments.  The Quick-On Connector accommodates the standard John Deere buckets as well as other BXpanded attachments such as the Talon Ripper, the Trenching Bucket and the BH Mounted Hitch Style Receiver.  The connector allows the attachment to be removed or installed in seconds with no tools.

The BHCJD260 works with the John Deere 260, 260B, 270A and 270B back hoes.

The Quick-On Connector attaches to the back hoe with the original pins.

One of the supplied pins is installed permanently in each attachment or bucket.  One permanent pin is required for each attachment.  The Connector is supplied with a pin for the original bucket and 1 extra pin for another attachment.  Extra pins are available for more attachments.

PLEASE NOTE:  We cannot assure that attachments manufactured by others will be compatible with the BXpanded Quick-On Connector.
5 Stars
Worth the money
Pricey little guy, but well worth it. Couldn't get my JD bucket to fit at first, but it was because I was an idiot and put it on backwards. In my defense, I saw a Youtube video of one installed on a Kubota backhoe and just imitated that guy - which was of course WRONG. This thing goes on a JD in the opposite direction than for Kubota. Once I fixed that, it was perfect.
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Reviewed by:  from Seattle. on 10/24/2016
5 Stars
This thing is an absolute time saver.. I bout my 1025 as a dedicated backhoe so I have all 3 deere buckets plus the bxpanded ripper, which I am switching back and forth all of the time.. It is nice just to have one snap pin and one non greased pin to pull add opposed to 2 grease pins and 2 bolts
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Reviewed by:  from Laura. on 5/31/2018

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