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Rich in NJ

10-12-2017 12:00:30




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I've got a '63 4000 (4 cylinder, gas) that I'm actually thinking of selling. The reason is that anytime I have to work on the engine, the loader frame is always in the way. Even if I raise up the bucket and lower it onto something solid (i.e., hay wagon) in order to make it safe to work on, I still end up bashing my head. I'm really getting sick of this and was wondering what other models are out there that come equipped with front end loaders - but are configured for easy removal/installation? My loader is NOT one that would be easily removed. Does Ford make anything with this set-up that is still in this HP range (approx 45 HP)? Or, are there any other (removable) front end loaders that could be adapted for use on my 4000? Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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Johnofnewhaven

10-12-2017 18:02:12




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 Re: Front end loader in reply to Rich in NJ, 10-12-2017 12:00:30  
My 5000 has a 7210 Ford quick detach loader. Takes about 10-15 minutes tops on and off. I found it used. Yes they are hard to find used but they are out there.



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TinCan

10-12-2017 16:53:16




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 Re: Front end loader in reply to Rich in NJ, 10-12-2017 12:00:30  
Gee, I wish I had a loader for my '63 4000!
Pat



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showcrop

10-12-2017 16:01:37




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 Re: Front end loader in reply to Rich in NJ, 10-12-2017 12:00:30  
All loaders have a loader frame. Mechanics put the loader up all the way then secure the safety spacer in place.



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kirk-nj

10-12-2017 13:35:34




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 Re: Front end loader in reply to Rich in NJ, 10-12-2017 12:00:30  
I you don't need a heavy duty loader the 711 or 722 one arm loader may suit your needs
EZ on and off and not bad to work around

Kirk



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