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John Deere 143 Loader

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Phil in MS

12-03-2003 14:46:46
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Anyone have any idea what size of tractor a JD 143 loader would fit? I'm not sure I have ever seen one with these numbers.




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Dale in IN

12-04-2003 07:20:44
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 Re: John Deere 143 Loader in reply to Phil in MS, 12-03-2003 14:46:46  
Phil:
I have a 143 loader on an 830 (3 cyl) utility. This loader fits the smaller utilities like Mike says. I bought mine new in 1977 with the 60" bucket and bolt in tangs. It is a nice little loader. The only problem I have had with it is bending the tangs when I try to do something that they were not intended to do. But I just take them off and straighten them. The bucket only has 1 cyl in the center for hyd dump. This cyl seems to be the weak point. I have bent the cyl shaft several time and straightened it and got it to work. I finally replaced it with 2 2" cylinders with larger shafts and have had no problem with them whatsoever. The 2 cyl.s require a little more oil than the 1 Cyl and this causes the bucket to dump a little slower.
My loader says made in Canada.

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MIKE HANLEY

12-03-2003 20:41:13
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 Re: John Deere 143 Loader in reply to Phil in MS, 12-03-2003 14:46:46  
The 143 is NOT listed in the 1975 sales lit. It shows up for the first time in the 1976 sales lit. Tractors listed for it's use:
820, 830 (3cyl) 1020,1520, 2020, 2030, 2040, 2240, and 2640. (920, 1030, 1120, 1630, 1830, and 2130 in Canada) Specs as mounted on a 2240 tractor: 9'5" lift 1600# full lift 2450# brakaway Digging depth 6 1/2" Lift cylinders 2" Bucket cylindes 2 1/2" Weigth of loader 832# Attachments: 48", 60" or 72" materials bucket. Tines for 60 or 72" manure bucket. Extentions for 60" bucket. Bucket level indicator. Mounting stands. It was the economy loader of the line at the time.

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Bob Richardson

06-25-2004 08:40:19
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 Re: Re: John Deere 143 Loader in reply to MIKE HANLEY, 12-03-2003 20:41:13  
Does any one know where to get a operatores manual for the 143 loader? If so could some one let me know.



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