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John Deere 36A Loader

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Morgan Flowers

02-20-2012 20:19:32

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Hi all, I have a John Deere 2010 with a 36A loader. The loader has a manure fork/ bucket on it now and I am mainly planning on using the tractor for loading/unloading round bales, so the bucket isn't gonna do much good. What are my options for a hay spear? Find one that is a direct fit or will I have to modify a mounting plate on the loader? Thanks for the responses in advance, I appreciate all of the knowledge.

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Morgan Flowers

02-21-2012 07:07:41

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 Re: John Deere 36A Loader in reply to JDChris, 02-20-2012 20:19:32  
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Thanks guys. I guess you all answered my question. I have to either convert it to quick attach or just make do as it is... Thanks again... That manure fork/ bucket isn't too useful for us

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02-21-2012 03:15:05

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 Re: John Deere 36A Loader in reply to Morgan Flowers, 02-20-2012 20:19:32  
I had that same setup at one time. I had to make a mount that would fit over the tines to attach the bale spear. I used a turnbuckle to hold it on

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02-20-2012 22:50:34

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 Re: John Deere 36A Loader in reply to Morgan Flowers, 02-20-2012 20:19:32  
Unless you have the loader refitted to a quick tach bucket, look for a bale fork that attaches to the bucket with chains. DO NOT even think of just using the bucket- it's not that you may get hurt, it's when. And you'll also want to get a good counterweight; a 2010 doesn't have a lot of rear for that much on the front.

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