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Loctite should work just fine I'd think. Are you sure they didn't send steel locknuts (usually have a few flats/dimples on the outside face)? I've also seen castellated nuts that are meant to have a cotter pin through them.
For the suction filter, I couldn't see how to remove it without removing the brake cross shaft. With the loader on, that's probably not an option.
Removing the loader is easier with the use of another tractor. Not to difficult to do with a running tractor either, but putting it all back together to remove the loader so that you can drain the fluids again seems like wasted effort.
Do you have obvious leakage at the cross shaft seals? If so, I guess I'd block the loader up, unbolt it, roll the tractor back (with trumpets, axles and wheels installed) enough to jack it up out of the way. There's a few good threads on how to do this, jacking from the tubing under the front pump after the drive shaft spider is disconnected.
Another option I haven't tried but if the area around the tractor allows it, you might be able to very carefully skid or drag the unbolted loader forward. It only has to move about six inches for the rear arms to clear the axle. Be careful either way, and make sure everything is cribbed up well before you start working under it. A friend of a friend of mine is a few fingers short of ten from a failed attempt at loader removal.
If you don't have obvious leakage around the brake cross shaft seals, you can do a pretty good job of cleaning the suction input with a garden sprayer and some diesel or kerosene and a small brush while it's in place.
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