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Re: Ready for snow...... (with PICs)

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Charlie T in VA

11-13-2013 10:59:11

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My Uncle always said if you wanted to push stuff then use a dozer. A loader is made for lifting, even when you are scooping dirt, stone extra, your lifting as your moving forward to fill the bucket, not pushing. A loader is not designed to be a dozer (pushing).

I was just asking a question about the connection to the loader frame, though it looked professional and will most likely do everything he is tring to accomplish, I THINK he would have more pushhing ability if he had connected to the tractor frame. (i.e. like a truck or a dozer). The snow plow is putting all the stress on the loader and cylinders, again I THINK, the tractor would be more suited for that.


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11-13-2013 16:07:24

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 Re: Ready for snow...... (with PICs) in reply to Charlie T in VA, 11-13-2013 10:59:11  
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Somebody should call up my friend Drex (see pictures below) and tell him he is been using the wrong machine and has been for the last 50 years!!! He and his men have pushed a lot of dirt, stone, and logs with his multi-million dollar fleet of loaders, dozers. hoes, excavators, pans, and trucks in those 50 years!!!

Dozers and loaders are BOTH designed to push in their own specialized way!!!! When a loader lifts a bucket of material the cylinders and lift arms are PUSHING it up just like they are when they are pushing it along the ground.


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