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Re: TX Jim 46A loader specs

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Tx Jim

12-07-2012 04:08:17

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Wilamayb said: (quoted from post at 21:23:22 12/06/12) It seems as if the lift capacities are as follows

Break out force:

46A 3000 LBS

148 4700 LBS

Rated lift

46A 2100 LBS

148 3100 LBS

This is your statement as copied from our earlier discussion:

"As I stated in the past I believe this forum should be about "real facts" not what someone "thinks or believes". Prove me wrong and I'll APOLOGIZE."

These are the numbers. They are facts, not my opinion.
I still stand by my first statement that the 46A is a smaller lighter loader than the 148 and is less taxing on the new gen frontends than the 148.

Was the lift capacity you stated for the 46A on a loader with the smaller(2.25") or larger(2.5") cylinders that are comparable to a 148 loader??????? Also no matter which loader is on a tractor the taxing of the frt axle has a lot more variables in it than advertised lift or breakout weight capacity. It will be interesting to see the difference in the distances between(mast & bucket pins) on the 2 above mentioned loaders.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 04:22:40 12/07/12.

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