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Re: Loader

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jm.

05-01-2014 17:52:55
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Well I guess it is pretty easy for you young guys to laught at that contraption BUT in it,s day it was as Allan says god-sent and then some. First of all most loaders of that day had manual trip buckets as opposed to the hydraulic bucket. Then as bad as that mount looks it was very stable as the weight was transferred to the rear of the tractor. Was not hard to mount as compared to what ever one else had in those days. Thinking my grand father bought his in fall of 1956.

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05-02-2014 06:45:08
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 Re: Loader in reply to jm., 05-01-2014 17:52:55  
I may be laughing at the look of it, but in an appreciative way.

What I love about old farm equipment is the ingenuity that went into its design, and the its evolution over time.

Always amazes me that so many designers got it so close to right from the start that even over 50/80/100 years, the concept is pretty much the same with some minor tweaking.

A little more tweaking in the case of that loader, but the concept is good.

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