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06-07-2014 20:50:43

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This message is a reply to an archived post by Dan in Ohio on March 10, 2013 at 07:52:15.
The original subject was "Re: John Deere Model 45 Loader w Snow Blade PICTS".

Hi, do you know what different model loaders will fit on a John Deere 60 tractor?

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06-08-2014 20:16:06

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 Re: 60 loader in reply to travis.schmitt, 06-07-2014 20:50:43  
Thank you everyone for your help, I really appreciate it!!!!!

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long green line man

06-08-2014 06:49:45

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 Re: 60 loader in reply to travis.schmitt, 06-07-2014 20:50:43  

Go with 45W loader ; 48 loader with "U" frame will work, but time consuming, & hard to mount. ...Factory snow blade for 45-45W nice opt. but hard to find....Pics..

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06-08-2014 06:26:42

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 Re: 60 loader in reply to travis.schmitt, 06-07-2014 20:50:43  
Is this tractor being fixed up as a show piece in a collection? Or are you planning on making a living with it? Or for use in a casual hobby operation?

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06-08-2014 19:56:43

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 Re: 60 loader in reply to buickanddeere, 06-08-2014 06:26:42  
I would like it to look nice, but I will probably be using it quite a bit for loading light logs and stuff like that.

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Dan in Ohio

06-08-2014 03:12:51

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 Re: 60 loader in reply to travis.schmitt, 06-07-2014 20:50:43  

The 45 or 45W was used for the two number series tractor. Have seen other loaders on the old two cylinders but you would have to find mounting brackets or fab some .

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Tx Jim

06-08-2014 03:46:16

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 Re: 60 loader in reply to Dan in Ohio, 06-08-2014 03:12:51  
JD model 45 won't work on a wide frt end tractor. A JD model 48 with a universal mounting frame will fit a 2 cyl with wide frt end.

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