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manure bucket? 51 super C

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11-25-2003 09:57:12

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i thought it was just a loader but a neighbor told me that it was a manure bucket and had no downforce? im gonna start work on it come spring, but i wanted information on the manure bucket if thats what it is theres a pull chain which you can see on the close side that dangles over the light bar, and in between the steering wheel and the stack (in the picture) thats the resevoir? anybody have a guess as to the hydraulic hose size? run on hydraulic oil? i dunno much about it my grandpa died rather suddenly and i wish now i had asked him, but any help would be appreciated theres a link below

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11-26-2003 20:48:21

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 Re: manure bucket? 51 super C in reply to farmallsc, 11-25-2003 09:57:12  
The stack in the hood is for moter oil,hyd oil goes in the square chunk of iron in front of the battery(square headed plug on the left side)if it has a hose in it, follow it to the extra oil tank.

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11-25-2003 18:11:08

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 Re: manure bucket? 51 super C in reply to farmallsc, 11-25-2003 09:57:12  
probibly. See if you can get some more pictures. Is the tractor in running condition? If it has teeth on it for manure they can be covered with a steel plate to make a bucket out of it. I could show you how I did one.

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11-26-2003 12:04:55

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 Re: Re: manure bucket? 51 super C in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 11-25-2003 18:11:08  
actually no it doesnt run but i dont really know what running condtition is, it has some gas leakage from the carb, and its got some electrical ignition problems, i need new rear rims and rubber i hope to fix it but it might be to much

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11-25-2003 14:26:20

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 Re: manure bucket? 51 super C in reply to farmallsc, 11-25-2003 09:57:12  
The pic doesn't show the bucket but I think that you have the same loader that I have.

The loader only has up/lift pressure and it is gravity down. The bucket is a trip bucket that you release when it is up and then you have to back up when it comes back down to the ground to relock the trip. The bucket has 5 or 6 prongs about 30 inches long that are tapered to a point and are flat. These are for handling manure. When it was new there was a flat steel pan the same width as the bucket with loops for the prongs that slid over the prongs and bolted to the bucket to make it a dirt bucket.

1/2 in hoses will be a good size and the pump was designed to use 30w non detergent oil but today with hydraulic oil the norm I use CIH HyTran oil


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Red Dave

11-25-2003 10:31:58

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 Re: manure bucket? 51 super C in reply to farmallsc, 11-25-2003 09:57:12  
The "pull chain" sounds like you have a trip bucket, probably has manure forks on it too. "No down pressure" means it has one way lift cylinders, power up, gravity down. All typical of a manure loader of that vintage. Made to load manure in a spreader, but will do some light general loader work, just don't think it's a bulldozer, it's not made heavy enough for that.
It would use hydraulic oil, Hy-Tran is the brand name sold by Case/IH.

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