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Re: 2n fel

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Royse

01-14-2014 20:05:43
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"just wondered if you have given any thought to a rear end loader on the 3 point?"

ih_bug, I know you weren't replying to me, but I have thought about
them. The originals are hard to come by and expensive if you do.

They are also a trip bucket, not nearly as useful as a fully hydraulic loader.

They won't lift as high and it's harder to see what you're doing.

It would be neat to have as a novelty, but for actual use I would pass.

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ih_bug

01-15-2014 10:16:11
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 Re: 2n fel in reply to Royse, 01-14-2014 20:05:43  
by originals do you mean the dearborn? I think there was a video on you tube but cant seem to find it right now. I would like to see one of those up close.
there are lots of trip bucket front end loaders too and some hydraulic rear end loaders. I know a 2n wont take a very big rear end without the wheels coming off the ground.
He said it was for use around a sawmill moving logs a trip bucket will work great in that application as will a rear end loader ,easier to steer comes off fast to leave tractor free for other things and the lifting weight is on the big drive wheels where it should be.
I dont agree with you on not being able to see as well I think its just the opposite but that depends a lot on the design of the loader. I can see A variation on the design of this bale spear being real handy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MH0o8uJlxYo

put a cylinder in where he has the top link lose the top spear should work good around a sawmill . light weight and cheap to build.

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