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charles bodine

02-20-2002 18:49:39

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I have put an ad in a local paper saying that I am looking for a Loader to fit on an H. All of the calls I am getting are saying that they have a FREEMAN loader for sale. Could someone post a picture or email me a picture of a freeman loader.

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Dennis R. Sarrazine

02-21-2002 16:11:06

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 Re: FREEMAN LOADER in reply to charles bodine, 02-20-2002 18:49:39  
my freeman loader is simular to the one pictured exept it is made of round pipe

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john d

02-21-2002 14:17:59

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 Re: FREEMAN LOADER in reply to charles bodine, 02-20-2002 18:49:39  
I've got a Freeman loader on my M; heavy duty construction, and it works great. It came with spacers to put between the loader frame and the tractor side frame rails if mounting it on an H. Mine is pretty similar to the one in the picture posted earlier, but says "Bush Hog Freeman" on the side of the loader arm. It's a mid-1970's vintage loader.

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02-21-2002 05:23:11

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 Re: FREEMAN LOADER in reply to charles bodine, 02-20-2002 18:49:39  
I have one on my MD that I bought from a local implement dealer as a "one size fits all" -- works great. I did add some reinforcement plates where the front mounts onto the cultivator mount points, because there seemed to be an awful lot of weight on those bolts, and I broke one. Got a 7' snow bucket on mine. Does anyone out there have the cross member that goes across the top of the hood, on the picture below? I'm missing that and it would stiffen the frame up considerably.

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George Willer

02-20-2002 19:12:33

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 Re: FREEMAN LOADER in reply to charles bodine, 02-20-2002 18:49:39  


I'm sure there were variations to fit different tractors. This is what mine looks like. No doubt this one could be modified to fit an H. Well...the tractor is red!

George Willer

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