A local sportsman club is wanting me to move some dirt on top of a pistol berm because it failed inspection because it’s too short and set some precast blocks and gravel a 500 yard rifle range. My backhoe isn’t a very good gravel spreading tool so we are going to rent a skid steer to do that. It’s probably too steep to have the trucks tailgate it off. I can move the dirt with the skid steer along with the other small projects they’re wanting done. We’re getting a 95 Kubota so it should be capable lifting the blocks but rather or not it’ll be precise enough to get them into place has yet to be determined. Last time we suffered using the backhoe loader but it was a downhill grade in the mud and we ended up setting them with the boom. This time it’s mostly level and not muddy. Think I should plan on moving the backhoe again or will the skid steer manage?