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Adirondack case guy

12-17-2012 14:59:40

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Eric. You have a model 100 Case loader. The 100H had a hyd bucket control. Take note of pic#2, it shows the spring and chain assy. and hoop that resets the bucket after dumping it. (simply raise it up after dumping it and it snapps the bucket back to the loading position, while returning to refill it. At first I thought the hoop was also the support when the loader was detached, but doesn't appear to be the case. I see no usefull function for it on a 100H loader.

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Armand Tatro

12-17-2012 21:37:16

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 Re: Loader identification in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-17-2012 14:59:40  
Loren: Looks to me like that hoop would also provide some protection to the radiator and sheet metal when lifting stuff. Armand

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Adirondack case guy

12-17-2012 16:47:40

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 Re: Loader identification in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-17-2012 14:59:40  

As in Nick's post, It would be a 101 model. Here is the breakdown

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Christopher Mikesell

12-17-2012 15:18:55

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 Re: Loader identification in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-17-2012 14:59:40  
That hoop prevents the loader frame from flexing and striking the tractor. I just repaired the light bar on my SC today. It had a Horn loader on it, and it appears that the frame flexed enough to catch the end of the light bar. The bar was cracked and bent upward a few inches at one end.

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dc in illinois

12-17-2012 16:47:24

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 Re: Loader identification in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 12-17-2012 15:18:55  
I have also a horn loader on a dc and I always wondered why the right light bar was cut short.I have found that you keep the legs pryed out as much as you can and no problems yet that was two years ago but it only moves snow.good luck and not hy jack the post great loader pics did you get the bucket with it?as i cant tell from the pics Bob

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