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01-20-2013 16:12:39

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I am looking at a 6300 MFWD, powerquad,reverser with a 640 loader. Will be used to clear some land, maintain some roads and mowing brush. Some of the trees/stumps that i wanted to dig out are 18". Do you think this is a good match and will the powerquad hold up to loader work? I was also considering a 210LE as a backup option but they don"t have a pto.

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01-22-2013 17:04:43

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 Re: Loader tractor recommendation in reply to redeye, 01-20-2013 16:12:39  
You'd really want an industrial tractor for moving dirt and stumps, but for general farm work, that's a bulletproof transmission and a good tractor. It'll dig up most stuff, but stumps are the realm of a trackloader and backhoe.

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01-21-2013 06:50:33

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 Re: Loader tractor recommendation in reply to redeye, 01-20-2013 16:12:39  
As previously stated. That tractor vs. even a 6" stump is being optimistic. Unless you are using a backhoe and have cut all the roots. Hire a dozer.

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01-21-2013 04:25:25

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 Re: Loader tractor recommendation in reply to redeye, 01-20-2013 16:12:39  
i would use a back hoe to dig a stump that size, or cut it a bit hi and use a dozer. u may get it with your loader but it'll be hard on it.

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Tx Jim

01-21-2013 03:41:26

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 Re: Loader tractor recommendation in reply to redeye, 01-20-2013 16:12:39  
JD's farm loaders aren't built to the same spec's as industrial frt end loaders. I would be very hesitant to attempt to dig out an 18" stump with a farm loader.

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