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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

John Deere model 35 loader

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Matthew Flick

04-05-2010 13:24:04

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Hi, I have a 1967 JD 420C the other day I came across a JD model 35 series 1 loader I believe it will fit the other 420"s but I"m not sure about the crawler can anyone help me out. Also I was wondering how much weight those little buckets can handle would it even be worth messing with?

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04-10-2010 20:06:41

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 Re: John Deere model 35 loader in reply to Matthew Flick, 04-05-2010 13:24:04  

I have a 2010 and am looking for a 35 loader.., I think this is the correct loader (other than the 136). Are you going to go ahead with the purchase? If not I would be interested.


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Matthew Flick

04-12-2010 16:24:59

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 Re: John Deere model 35 loader in reply to mtchief, 04-10-2010 20:06:41  
In reply to mtchief I actually own the loader found it in the barn, Grandpa must have bought it a while ago. If I can"t get it to work I would sell it. If you can get me an email address I can send you some pics to see if you are really interested. I"ll take a better look at it tomorrow to see if the levers are free, but I know the lines are shot. If you don"t have any access to Email get me a Phone # or something and we can figure something out.

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04-08-2010 17:02:44

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 Re: John Deere model 35 loader in reply to Matthew Flick, 04-05-2010 13:24:04  
I have a wagner loader off a JD 40 crawler if your interested. Where are you located? I am near 44836 zip

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04-07-2010 00:19:00

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 Re: John Deere model 35 loader in reply to Matthew Flick, 04-05-2010 13:24:04  
The 831 is built for a 440IC or 440ICD and would be pretty heavy on a 420 I would think.


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04-05-2010 19:42:03

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 Re: John Deere model 35 loader in reply to Matthew Flick, 04-05-2010 13:24:04  
im not sure what a model 35 loader is but the model 90 is the only one i know of that jd built for a crawler. i think anything lighter than a 90 will fold up under a crawler.

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04-06-2010 14:40:08

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 Re: John Deere model 35 loader in reply to nnaatz, 04-05-2010 19:42:03  
i forgot that there was a 91 and a 831 that fit a 420

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