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dunham-lehr loader

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09-13-2017 13:22:03

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I have what I think is a dunham-lehr 22 loader on a ford 3600. the operating valve assy has 2 handles - one operates the loader up and down, and the second tilts the bucket up and down. there doesn't seem to be another (typically spring loaded) position for float, like single handle units. can anyone tell me how to place the loader in float mode?

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09-13-2017 14:42:59

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 Re: dunham-lehr loader in reply to TimPa, 09-13-2017 13:22:03  
It'll depend entirely on the valve. I've got some here with float and some without. That one might not even be the original for that loader.

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09-13-2017 14:42:40

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 Re: dunham-lehr loader in reply to TimPa, 09-13-2017 13:22:03  
Was not a float on tilt that I found but for lift just push the handle farther.

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09-13-2017 14:27:03

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 Re: dunham-lehr loader in reply to TimPa, 09-13-2017 13:22:03  

I also had a 3600 with same loader that I sold a few years ago. to put the loader in "float" you push in one or both control handles.

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