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Re: Black Friday Special - 703 Loader Purchase - Advice??

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11-25-2012 13:39:48

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You won't be happy with the tractor pump. Get a front mount pump for that loader. It runs off the front of the crankshaft. The tractor pump will be so slow, you'll end up putting a front pump on.

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11-25-2012 19:04:12

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 Re: Black Friday Special - 703 Loader Purchase - Advice?? in reply to John730d, 11-25-2012 13:39:48  
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Thank you for responding to my post, but your answer is subjective to your opinion. Could you be a little more objective...when you say [The]"pump will be so slow"

The 703 loader was rated, at the time, as one of the fastest cycling loaders on the market @ 11 seconds. If I use the tractor adapter, will the cycle double, say, 22 seconds?

Do you have a tractor that has a loader that is "so slow"?

One of my considerations is cost. It will cost at least $400 for a pump and the shaft and mounting adapters. If I use the Power beyond plate the cost would be $88 plus a couple of hoses.

Another consideration is, I have a 58 year old tractor, although very worthy, it serves its purpose for me, even modestly. I'm in no hurry when I use it.

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