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DuAl Loader

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01-07-2010 10:26:04

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I am looking at this loader on eBay.

We are in the market for an old model tractor under $3K with a loader, preferably at least 40HP. We are having problems finding one, but then I came across this loader. If I can get it for the start price I should have no problem finding a tractor within our budget.

My question is about the compatibility of the loader to tractor. What questions should I be asking? From what I have found, these Du Al's have been mounted to a variety of tractors.

Any info or direction would be great.

Also, how do I register, I can not post the link to the listing unless I am registered.

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01-09-2010 20:18:43

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
I have emailed the guy about the Oliver, probably four days ago, still no response.
I also asked the guy if it was a loader designed for a narrow front, no reply there either.
I have been given some new hope about our old Ford 4000. Going to put some effort into getting it fixed. I also found a guy that has an old 4000 with a loader, do not know what brand loader. The tractor engine is shot and he is looking to sell it for parts. I asked about the loader, but he wants to sell it as a whole. Told him if it does sell and he wanted to remove and sell the loader I would be interested. We will see how it goes.

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01-08-2010 06:31:17

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
If it's on a 70 it might be a loader designed just for the two bangers. I haven't seen a two cyl. Deere one for a long time, but if I remember right the uprights are a little farther ahead to allow access to the clutch.

The 320 I have on my Deere 630 came off a IH 756 and we shortened the brackets going to the back axles to make it fit. If I want to adjust the clutch I can just barely wiggle the clutch cover off to get the job done.

I'd stay away from it. Like another poster said if it's an orange one the cylinders are leakers, and because the cylinders are mounted upside-down they will leak full time day and night whether it's being used or not. Jim

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01-07-2010 17:00:19

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
if a Dual doesn't have blue cylinders I wouldn't want it. Orange cylinders had hollow rams that were prone to bending and leaked more often than not, I am partial to a Miller or Westendorf, newer Duals are ok.

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rod in nebraska

01-07-2010 16:47:17

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
hi, there are a lot of people in nebraska have had dual loaders, myself included, 320 -325 are the older loader numbers, good solid loaders with good breakout force with the bucket, easy to mount on most older tractors, live pto will make loading faster, get a big pump for faster dump speed

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doug in illinois

01-07-2010 16:27:58

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
I looked it up, not too impressed with it. Not even a bucket is included.

Buy the tractor first. Don't need an exact address, but where are you? I can refer you to a few more web sites if I have an idea where you are.

Don't forget to check CraigsList also. DOUG

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01-07-2010 17:21:58

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to doug in illinois, 01-07-2010 16:27:58  
I think the bucket is off, but included, their is a photo of it. I am in NE PA right on the NY border, Twin Tiers area. Would love some referrals.

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doug in illinois

01-07-2010 17:55:55

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 17:21:58  
Get on CraigsList, there is a Oliver 1800 WITH LOADER on the Scranton, PA CraigsList for $3500.

It is a gas burner, but that is OK. Will start easier than a diesel in your cold winter weather.

I can refer you to more sites if needed, but C/L is a good start. DOUG

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El Toro

01-07-2010 14:28:52

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
Was there an Ebay number on the loader? Hal

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01-07-2010 10:35:32

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 10:26:04  
I took a model 22 off a 3010 Deere and put it on an Oliver 1600 without much modification to the brackets,but it would have been a bear to put it on my 1020 Deere. Just depends on the frame of the tractor you want to put it on and what the mounting brackets are that's with it. One thing I don't like about mine is that it just has one bucket cylinder instead of two,so any kind of universal mount or a bucket from another loader won't fit. On top ot that,most single bucket cylinder loaders,the cylinder pushes to dump,the DuAL PULLS to dump,making it more of a freak if you even want to try to manufacture something for it yourself. That's not to say that they aren't a good solid loader,just something to think about if you ever want to use anything but the bucket that comes with it. Even a universal bale spear won't work on them.

Ask what it's been on and if there are any welds on it.

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01-07-2010 11:07:27

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to rrlund, 01-07-2010 10:35:32  
It was a on John Deere 70

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01-07-2010 12:17:09

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 Re: DuAl Loader in reply to Tayook, 01-07-2010 11:07:27  
Should fit most any row crop style tractor with a frame without too much modification to the brackets then. I don't know about a lot of utility tractors though. Might take considerable modifications. There are probably two side brackets,one for each side of the frame,and one front mount that bolts to the front of the tractor frame.

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