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Loader for a Ferguson TE20

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Jere Clarke

11-17-2003 14:15:40

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I recently got a ferguson TE20 from my father-in-law in very good condition. I would like to get a front end loader for it with down pressure. Is this possible? If so, what would a unit like this cost? I have seen some with a pump that runs on a belt off of the engine. Is this a good idea? I would like to find a used, functional unit. Am not concerned with looks. Any advice would be appreciated.


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Roy in UK

11-18-2003 13:33:54

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 Re: Loader for a Ferguson TE20 in reply to Jere Clarke, 11-17-2003 14:15:40  
The idea of running a loader off a crankshaft driven pump as opposed to off the PTO or the tractors own hydraulics seems like a good idea. I have driven a "Grey Fergie" with a loader that worked off the tractors own hydraulics, the trouble is that you cannot "creep" (into a heap of soil for example ), as when you dip the clutch, the hydraulics stop. They are a bit frustrating compared with a tractor with independant hydraulics.

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Alvin n Ms.

11-17-2003 17:09:42

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 Re: Loader for a Ferguson TE20 in reply to Jere Clarke, 11-17-2003 14:15:40  
Jere, all the loaders that I have operated had down pressure, however most have a float position at the very end of the down position, and if you pull it back a small amount it will push on down to the end of the cylinder stroke, usually picking the front wheels up off the ground. I have a 4500 Ford backhoe and loader all taken apart and can't get my wife to put it back togather. I will sell the loader for $300.00. Could be a little heavy for your TO20. alvinnms

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11-18-2003 15:32:24

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 Re: Re: Loader for a Ferguson TE20 in reply to Alvin n Ms., 11-17-2003 17:09:42  
What do you want for backhoe ? Are you in east coast?

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Jere Clarke

11-18-2003 08:49:03

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 Re: Re: Loader for a Ferguson TE20 in reply to Alvin n Ms., 11-17-2003 17:09:42  
Thanks so much for your reply, Alvin. I would be interested in you loader, if it can be made to fit. Does it run off the PTO? If not, how does it work? Where are you located?



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