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#45 Loader Replica

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08-18-2009 21:06:58

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Here is the #45 loader I made for my John Deere 720. I will be making a wide-front version for my JD 530.

For the loader mounting brackets, I used 1/32" aluminum scrap metal, and for the support arm, 1/4"copper pipe. For the loader itself, I used 1/4"copper pipe. I started out by making the scrap bucket, then went to a snow bucket because it loked too small. I am looking to make another scrap bucket with a detachable snow extension when I get more aluminum.

Tell me what you think! 8)
Thanks to all who supplied pics of the real thing!

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08-23-2009 16:05:54

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 Re: #45 Loader Replica in reply to JDJohnDeere, 08-18-2009 21:06:58  

4) Farmalls (S-MTA, S-C, S-A, H) (rake, brush hog,)

7) John Deeres (530[50th ANIV EDT.], 720, A, D, 4620, 2700?, 4440, 5420, 2240) (50th ANIV. 12A combine, 4 bottem plow, (2) brush hogs, scraper blade, spreader, FREEMAN loader(custom) for 530, (3) Heat Housers for 720, 530, and A)

3) IH (1466, 460 [2009 Red Power Roundup tractor], 1066) (6 bottem plow, baler, Heat Houser for 1466)

1) Allis Chalmers WD45

Several barns, a house, 3 silos, 10 fields, all in my "display" room (basement) Yes still play around with them (why not? 1. you can never be too old to play with tractors, 2. gotta have somtin to do :wink:
This post was edited by JDJohnDeere at 16:09:34 08/23/09.

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08-20-2009 21:17:59

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 Re: #45 Loader Replica in reply to JDJohnDeere, 08-18-2009 21:06:58  
How big of collection do you have. I have good collection of Farmalls.

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08-19-2009 07:36:34

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 Re: #45 Loader Replica in reply to JDJohnDeere, 08-18-2009 21:06:58  
I started at about six in the morning, and had it on the tractor at about 10 that night, then took it off again to paint it, I still have to maky lift arms though.

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08-19-2009 04:21:10

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 Re: #45 Loader Replica in reply to JDJohnDeere, 08-18-2009 21:06:58  
Looking good how many hours did you tie up in the project several I would think.

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