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Tony in Mass.

05-17-2013 18:36:23

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That is a vicious industrial looking loader alright. The bucket isn't wide enough for deep snow, incase you needed to know that.
What's in your hand? Looks like a beer stein. Carling Black Label?

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05-17-2013 19:06:58

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 Re: Loader in reply to Tony in Mass., 05-17-2013 18:36:23  
Tony its got a nasty 4 letter name on it.It works off the crank and after pulling the fel off I noticed the bolts were loose to the other end of shaft that fits into the crank mount. I went to archives and read that loose bolts will break it.You ought to have plenty of info for me on the fels, thats ice water the wife brought out just before she sprung her ankle stepping off the trailer.It must of been 90 out there today, got her for $400 and going back for 2 tires and rims for $50!!-- 2N rims.

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Tony in Mass.

05-17-2013 20:23:51

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 Re: Loader in reply to 2tractors, 05-17-2013 19:06:58  
Bolts. My TO30,202, 65, and Cockshutt have bolts into the front pulley, but I have an old Dorf pump from a loader a lot like that I had years ago... it has a? 1? 1&1/4? inch splined shaft. But I don't have the splined pulley to go with it.. Ice water? sure. Why did you push your poor wife off the trailer? Poor girl. Is that why you bought her this $400 tractor?

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