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Re: TX Jim 46A loader specs

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12-07-2012 08:52:50

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Have had two 46As (with the larger cylinders) for a long time; 1st one was bought new in '65 with the first of our 4020s; second was bought used sometime in the '80s. Used 'em to feed silage (from 'pit' silos) 'til we quit silage and went to big round bales in '85 or '86. Took the buckets off and have had (homemade) bale forks on ever since. They'll handle a 24 inch/14 foot red oak log, but you don't wanna be bouncing around with it on there. Ended the problems with the front bracket bolts a looooooong time ago:



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12-07-2012 09:22:35

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 Re: TX Jim 46A loader specs in reply to thurlow, 12-07-2012 08:52:50  
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Do you think that 24" diam/14' log exceeded JD's advertised lift capacity for the 46A loader?? :wink:

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12-07-2012 09:53:20

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 Re: TX Jim 46A loader specs in reply to Tx Jim, 12-07-2012 09:22:35  
Don't know exactly what they'll weigh, but according to my calculations, it'll be somewhere in the neighhood of 2700-2800#. My dad bought the first one (I was still working for him) and I don't remember why he chose that one; probably a combination fit the tractor/it was heavy enough for what he wanted and was easy on and off. They can be mounted/dis-mounted in 5 minutes or less. I bought the tractor and loader from his estate after he died.

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