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Re: John Deere 145 Loader Stand

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Dave in Tx

11-11-2012 06:44:57

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Roll the bucket all the way forward and set it on the ground. Take out the four bolts on each side and unhook hoses. Lift loader up by hand and tilt it forward and back out. Took one off every morning and put back on every night for a few yrs. Oil the bolts up and hang a wrench on loader. Can have it off or on in a couple minutes.

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11-11-2012 08:53:49

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 Re: John Deere 145 Loader Stand in reply to Dave in Tx, 11-11-2012 06:44:57  
Dave in TX, Are you saying that if the bucket is rolled fully forward, hoses detached, and the 8 mounting bolts are removed, the entire loader can be manually tilted up (forward) and it will sit balanced on the face (open) portion of the bucket without need for further support (unless I would want to brace or tie-up further for safety)? No need for a parking stand?

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Dave in Tx

11-11-2012 13:00:28

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 Re: John Deere 145 Loader Stand in reply to Ohiohills, 11-11-2012 08:53:49  
Yep, had a 146 that I did that with for yrs. Never used the stand.

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Kev Johnson

12-30-2012 20:57:57

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 Re: John Deere 145 Loader Stand in reply to Dave in Tx, 11-11-2012 13:00:28  
Oh my gosh...I'm shocked! By gully, I am going to study that in the morning! I have a 145 and its been a mystery to me how to get that sucker off?

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03-05-2013 19:44:48

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 Re: John Deere 145 Loader Stand in reply to Kev Johnson, 12-30-2012 20:57:57  
I call BS on this one. I know the post is old but sure would hate another person to try and take his advice like I did.

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