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Re: Removing Woods 1020 Loader

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Charles Branch

01-23-2013 08:11:41

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After finding a manual for a similar LU126 loader, I have concluded that the tractor has to be running with hydraulics to properly remove the loader, so I'm trying to come up with an alternate plan. The loader is normally locked to the frame with a removable pin, and is supported by a larger main support pin. I installed the support legs as shown. Next step would be to cut a 2x4 and maybe a 2x6 to support the 2x4 on the ground. The 2x4 would be slightly longer than the distance shown. I would wedge the 2x4 between the loader as shown to support the loader, and then remove the pin. Then I would use a sledge to slide the bottom of the 2x4 until it supports the loader enough to clear the main support pin. Then I would tow the tractor backwards enough to clear the main support pin. Once that is done, then the support legs should support the loader, and I could remove the 2x4 and pull the tractor backwards away from the loader. Then I would loosen the frame of the loader enough to give clearance to get to the starter bolts. Does that sound like a plan? One possible problem is that the small bucket that is attached may not be heavy enough to hold the front of the loader down. Guess I will deal with that when the time comes. :)

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01-24-2013 07:11:48

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 Re: Removing Woods 1020 Loader in reply to Charles Branch, 01-23-2013 08:11:41  
just get another tractor and plug the hydraulics from the loader into it, unhook loader the way the book says and roll dead tractor out from under it. Pretty simple really.

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