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11-27-2012 14:28:24

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I do not know where you are at but I have a loader that might interest you.It is a heavy duty quick attach with a valve.It is on a 630 that I bought 2 weeks ago.It was built by Triggs in Belmond IA.It has no welds or breaks and hyd. bucket. I want $1000 for it.I am located in southern WI and may be able to deliver it for a reasonable price. To answer your question Deere did make a 48 loader for the two-cyclinder tractors it was a universel frame with lower pressure cyclinders, Dad had a new one on his 720 back in the late 1960's. I never cared for the single cyclinder on the bucket of a 48 but they seem to hold up very well.If interested in my loader reply back. Thanks Tom

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11-27-2012 18:50:16

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 Re: 48 loader in reply to tomstractorsandtoys1, 11-27-2012 14:28:24  
Where in Southern WI are you? I am also in Southern WI. I have a 4010 gas I am thinking about puting a loader on. Do you know if your loader will fit a 4010? Thank You, Wayne

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11-29-2012 18:11:19

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 Re: 48 loader in reply to wjrkrebs, 11-27-2012 18:50:16  
I am located south of Cobb,which is 10 miles west of Dodgeville.This loader would be great for your 4010 gas. I am not very good with a computer so call me at 608-623-2851.

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