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Massey 281XE with massey loader

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06-05-2014 14:24:30

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Tractor has steering rod clearance issue with this massey 1060 loader frame. The rods are bent from the frame of the loader. As the front end bolsters up and down the first thing to hit is the steering rode on the loader frame. then as the front end rocks more bends the rod badly to match angle. Looks like the steering arms are the not the right ones. Tractor has 400 hours on it. All purchased assembled from massey dealer. Any help in figuring out the problems on this would be greatly appreciated.

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06-06-2014 12:31:52

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 Re: Massey 281XE with massey loader in reply to freddy, 06-05-2014 14:24:30  
Is your 281 fwa?
Seems to me the 1060 MF loaders were "2wd" since the full wrap around design. I'd think the tires would hit turning anyway?

1070 was a fwa loader (mid mount pedestal mount)

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06-06-2014 16:13:40

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 Re: Massey 281XE with massey loader in reply to 495man, 06-06-2014 12:31:52  
This is a two wheel drive tractor. There is just not enough clearance to fully bolster the front end! Some loader tractors have limiters for the front end if the tractor during loader use but i see no place to attach them here!

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