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#45 Loader Part Numbers

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Rick Sheltrow

07-14-2003 18:02:57
207.75.49.235



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Hi all. I was just wondering if anyone had the part numbers for a couple of items on my #45 Loader, series one. The items needed are:

1. The pin that attaches the loader lift cylinder to the loader frame on the right side (not the pin by the axle housing but rather the one closer towards the front of the tractor.)

2. The cast piece that is held to end of the ram with a roll pin and attaches to the pin mentioned above.

Any info would be greatly appreciated. I would like to try to get the part numbers without buying the parts book from JD. Thanks in advance.

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Pete/ME

07-15-2003 03:38:44
216.195.148.101



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 Re: #45 Loader Part Numbers in reply to Rick Sheltrow, 07-14-2003 18:02:57  
Rick-I just bought a '44 "A" with a #45 series one loader, it has been converted to double action lift and has double action cylinders added to the bucket. I don't need the loader and would like to trade for a pair of side grills, medalion and a rear (38" steel) wheel. Interested?



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F-I-T

07-14-2003 18:14:52
205.188.209.43



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 Re: #45 Loader Part Numbers in reply to Rick Sheltrow, 07-14-2003 18:02:57  
Rick:

1. The pin that attaches the loader lift cylinder to the loader frame on the right side (not the pin by the axle housing but rather the one closer towards the front of the tractor.)

~~This is actually a bushing and a bolt. The bushing is Y 1814 C (it's a 1-1/8"x2-3/8" with a bore to pass a 3/4" bolt). The bolt is a 3/4"x4", with nut and lock washer, high-strength grade (probably a Gr.5, but Gr.8 would also do).

2. The cast piece that is held to end of the ram with a roll pin and attaches to the pin mentioned above.

~~End, Rod, cylinder, with grease fitting is P/N J 19757 C


I could not find either part listed on JDParts.com, but they may be subbed. They shouldn't be too difficult to fab.

Frank-in-Tallahassee
70D // 855

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Rick Sheltrow

07-14-2003 18:30:59
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 Re: Re: #45 Loader Part Numbers in reply to F-I-T, 07-14-2003 18:14:52  
Thanks! I don't know about that bolt though. It is like a bolt and has threads on one end that thread into a handle that you tighten to keep the loader stands in place. On the other end it has a notch which the half moon shape on the stands fit into. This half moon shape on the stands and the threaded handle on the other end hold the pin from sliding out.

At one point and time the right side of the loader suffered a severe impact with broke this stuff. It's cobbled together right now and works just fine, but it would be nice to get the right parts.

Just used the loader on my 45 B this weekend to dig into a sandy hillside and load out some sand for the concrete for my neighbor's new chicken coop. Worked pretty darn good for a pretty well wore 58 year old tractor and 47 year old loader. Something to be said for this old equipment! (Live hydraulics and hydraulic bucket would have been nice though!)

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F-I-T

07-14-2003 20:31:36
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 Re: Re: Re: #45 Loader Part Numbers in reply to Rick Sheltrow, 07-14-2003 18:30:59  
Rick:

My parts book is for a 45W, which doesn't use the tilt up stands. It uses pipe type stands to clear wide front ends.

That's why the difference.

Frank



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