I am adding a adding 100gal propane tank for a new kitchen range (and eventual heater for the shop). The tank is going to be set behind a shed and I need to dig an 80 foot trench for the propane line. Municipal code requires the trench to be 24” deep, and there needs to be 6” of sand for the pipe to lay on. I don’t think there is a required width. I don’t know the exact width of the backhoe bucket on my B2601, but I’m guessing it’s around 12” (I’ll measure it tomorrow). Would you recommend I just use the bucket? I do have a BXpanded Talon Ripper. Would that do the job? I’ve never used it, and it is only 15” deep. I’m just trying to minimize the bags of sand I have to buy, and figured if I had a trench narrower than my bucket, it would be easier to fill. If the Talon Ripper won’t work, can I get a skinny bucket? And if so, can I get it fast. Want to dig trench this weekend. I guess one option would be to use the standard backhoe bucket for the first pass, say 12” deep and then switch the the gallon for the other 12”, I just wasn’t sure how good the ripper would be for this job. I bought it to break up roots. Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!