The weight of a backhoe depends on its size, digging capacity and other factors. A two-wheel-drive model from manufacturer John Deere that digs to a depth of 15 feet weighs about 13,500 pounds, as of 2014. A four-wheel-drive model that digs deeper than 15 feet weighs about 25,000 pounds.
A backhoe is a large excavating vehicle with a scoop for digging on the end of a mechanical arm. The part of the arm closest to the vehicle is the boom. The section with the digging bucket is the dipper or dipper stick. The digging arm typically swivels to about 200 degrees. Backhoes dig by pulling earth backwards rather than by lifting it forward.Learn More
Removing ceramic tiling from either a wall or floor requires a hammer, a chisel, a bully tool and possibly a sledgehammer, depending on the size of the job. The cleanup after removing the tile may require other tools, but this is all you will need for the actual removal of the tiles.Full Answer >
Skid steers can weigh between 2,050 and 10,520 pounds, depending on the manufacturer and the model. The operating weight of a skid steer is the weight of the skid steer with a full tank of gas, its tires, its bucket and a 175-pound operator. The operating weight of most skid steers falls between 4,000 and 9,900 pounds.Full Answer >
The weight of an airplane depends on its size, type and configuration. The FAA classifies aircraft into six weight classes, the smallest being for airplanes under 12,500 pounds and the largest being for airplanes over 300,000 pounds.Full Answer >
The weight of a standard dishwasher varies by size, make and model. However, as of 2014, the average dishwasher weighs between 60 and 160 pounds. For example, an LG model D1464MF has a net weight of 70 kilograms, or 154 pounds, while the Bosch 24-inch model SHE3AR52UC weighs 63 pounds.Full Answer >