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Re: Can anyone identify this loader???

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08-05-2014 18:12:51

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Looks home made, as in made from parts of more than one loader or a loader for another tractor made to fit.

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08-05-2014 18:29:11

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 Re: Can anyone identify this loader??? in reply to tesmith66, 08-05-2014 18:12:51  
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Not homemade, as this is another add on craiglist, and I bought mine a week ago, absolutely identical right down to the quick tach mount just ahead of the axel and the bucket cylinders running on the outside of the loader arms. I haven't brought mine home yet, and didn't save the picture from craigslist, nor did I take any more.

And there is no mistaking that they are both the same make, mine does have decals on the arms, painted over several times, I'll try to resurrect them when I get it home. I bought a billet pulley and a new hub for the pump drive. I'm getting the tractor prepped and I'll drive it over there and we'll hang the loader, have to do it either way, and then I don't have to deal with getting it on a trailer and off and then mount it later.

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08-05-2014 18:41:35

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 Re: Can anyone identify this loader??? in reply to wilsonsk, 08-05-2014 18:29:11  
I was pretty impressed with he construction, nice double valve, all factory hard plumbed, 5/8" hard lines. Relatively easy to get on and off once the tractor is rigged for it.

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