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woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ???

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09-18-2012 18:08:54

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anyone know if a woods dual 260 will fit a 7610s. I was told it was taken off a 7610 ( no s )

if it will fit an 'S' would the brackets be the same?

i assume i'd have to loose my front wafer weight pile too, from the looks of it..


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09-18-2012 19:17:43

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 Re: woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ??? in reply to soundguy, 09-18-2012 18:08:54  
The brackets are likely to be somewhat different. Mabey not a lot.... but enough to give you a bad day.
I think it could be fitted without too much work tho.
If you put the loader on you'll not be needing weight on the front anyway.


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09-19-2012 04:41:57

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 Re: woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ??? in reply to RodInNS, 09-18-2012 19:17:43  
looking at the trans on my 5000 and 7610s.. they look darn similar. if the 7610 was similar too.. it might work.

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09-19-2012 07:42:37

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 Re: woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ??? in reply to soundguy, 09-19-2012 04:41:57  
They ~are~ very similar... but don't depend on them being exact. The transmission mounts probably are exactly the same. If this loader requires a front bolster mount tho... that could be different. Just do some carefull measuring.

It's just that you must remember the 10's' tractors are not really 10 series tractors. They're a hodge podge of 10 and 40 series parts made up and styled to look like a 10.... and it's be the damndest things that will trip you up on a project like this. Nothing major I'm sure but something annoying.
You could get lucky and it'll bolt right directly on too...


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09-19-2012 07:59:34

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 Re: woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ??? in reply to RodInNS, 09-19-2012 07:42:37  
yep..the 's' is more like a bit of a stripped powerstar right?

i'll take some bolster measurements from my 5000 and compair to the 10s

can i asusme the bolster on my 5000 and a 7610 are similar pattern? i don't have a 7610 to compair to, and the guy selling the laoder says it came off a 7610 etc.

i'd LOVE to have a heavy-er loader around the place.. and one on that 90ish hp tractor would be great come hay roll season ( now ) :)

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09-19-2012 09:17:45

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 Re: woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ??? in reply to soundguy, 09-19-2012 07:59:34  
It's more or less a stripped powerstar. The castings on a bare powerstar are basically the same as a 10... but yours got 10 series controls rather than the electrics on the powerstar.
The front bolster ~should~ be the same.
Also consider that a 5000 will be slightly different again. There are differences and different mounts for those things all through the years.
The main thing working for you here is that you've got a 2WD basic tractor and as long as that's what it came off of you're probably good to go. If it came off a MFWD 10 series.... ALL, and I do mean ALL bets are off.


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09-19-2012 10:59:19

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 Re: woods dual 260 loader fit 7610s ??? in reply to RodInNS, 09-19-2012 09:17:45  

here's some pics

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