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Re: front end loader strength
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I have a FEL on a 9N and on a NAA.
If you can get enough weight on the back to hold it down, you won't
be able to steer it once you lift the bale.
I added power steering to my Jubilee, and I've moved round bales with it,
but I will only do it as a last resort.
I find the loaders very handy for light work on the N's, but moving round
bales is just not their calling.
That's just from a usability stand point.
The wear and tear on a front end that was not designed for that is whole other problem.
Lots of N's out there with loaders, have been for years, but they come with a maintenance premium.
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