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JDQA Adapter for 60, 70, 70A Loaders

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08-12-2010 07:39:43

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Hi, I have designed and have started selling a set of strong but lightweight pallet forks for John Deere JDQA loaders. I have recently been getting requests from people with 60, 70, & 70A loaders on their machines who would like to get a set of my forks. I am working on designing an adapter, but I happened to notice that John Deere makes something that looks like it could be used. Does anyone here know whether these "Holders" will mount to a 60, 70, & 70A loader? They are JD pn"s AW28607 & AW28606. I"ve tried to link to an image from the JD parts site. Hopefully it shows in this post. The items in question are #"s 7 & 10 in the image shown. Thanks

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08-12-2010 10:37:22

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 Re: JDQA Adapter for 60, 70, 70A Loaders in reply to SwissArmyTractor, 08-12-2010 07:39:43  
I have a 70 loader on my 855, and a 420 loader on my 4310. The 4310 uses those QA brackets that you show. I even have a set in the junk pile that I replaced because the previous owner had strained them. Looked like he lost a pin and then put the bucket in a tiwst. The loader was fine, but the brackets don't tke much lateral stress.

I would have to do some measuring and take some photos, but I think that they would mount on the 70 loader. However, they fit a bucket with a completely different back side profile. I know this because my 70 loader came with a 72" material bucket which was too much for the 855, so I bought a new 60" bucket for it instead. Yesterday I dragged to the old bucket out of the brush so that I could weld the lips and bullet locators on it and use it on the 4310 (the old bucket has a smooth edge and the 4310 bucket has teeth mounted, so it would have been convenient to have both toothed and smooth edges available). The 70 loader bucket has a short backside vertical protion, angling up and away from where those QA mounting bracklets would meet the bucket plate at the top edge. So, I think that they would fit, but the 60/70/70A loader owners would probably render their current buckets non-operational.

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08-12-2010 18:01:59

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 Re: JDQA Adapter for 60, 70, 70A Loaders in reply to F-I-T, 08-12-2010 10:37:22  

I"d take any information I can get. I don"t think the bucket shape would matter so much in my case because there is air between the hook & pins, somewhat. You can see what I am talking about at my site here:

Thanks for any information you can gather whenever you get the chance.


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