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Re: What kind of loader?

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07-10-2014 09:56:25

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Any ideas on how the two straight arms of blade attached to tractor or loader? There is a single hole at end end of arms, but I don't see anything to attached them to on the loader. The two front brackets bolt to the loader frame where the bucket bolts on.

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07-10-2014 15:12:49

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 Re: What kind of loader? in reply to MHMJD47, 07-10-2014 09:56:25  
As Delta indicated, could probably use some more info or pictures. But, in my mind, loaders generally work on the same principle, meaning that you might be able to get the answer that you are looking for from either pictures, or looking at a tractor equipped with a loader and go from there with maybe some fabricating at your tractor, or at the bucket. I've seen some complicated loaders that I don't understand why they were manufactured that way, unless all of the extra trussing is to make them far more rugged and heavy duty. My loaders are pretty simple in design. "Bent leg shaped" with cylinders under the thigh to lift, cylinders above the shin bone to tilt the buckets, and of course the mountings that pivot at both ends, I guess the equivelent of ankles at the buckets and hips at the torso/tractors. Technical names? No clue here, but they sure do work.

Much good luck.


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07-10-2014 11:25:22

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 Re: What kind of loader? in reply to MHMJD47, 07-10-2014 09:56:25  
Meed to know MMY(make,model,year) of both pieces.A pic or two would help.You trying to put the bucket on,or trying to mount the whole thing to the tractor???

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