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Re: Ford 7209 loader and 850?

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RodInNS

02-07-2006 06:14:51
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As far as a direct mount up without any complications, I would say no. The 7209 was an early 90's loader for the 30 series tractors, and would have been backwards compatiable some ways, but I doubt it goes back to the 850. Beyond that, I'm sure it could be made to fit fairly well; just that you'll need to make the mounting brackets. You may also run into trouble around the drag links and radius rods, so you would need to check that very carefully. Bear in mind that later 10 series and 30 series tractors were less encumbered in that area, not having radius rods, and then hydrostatic steering on the 30 series. You would want to tread carefully on this one....

Rod

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Rodney Anderson

02-07-2006 06:36:18
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 Re: Ford 7209 loader and 850? in reply to RodInNS, 02-07-2006 06:14:51  
Thanks Rod, that's great information. I figure you can make about anything fit if you try hard enough, but it might not be worth the effort. I'll tread lightly, if it's cheap enough I may work with it, otherwise I'll keep looking.

Rodney



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