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Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket

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JKash30

10-12-2017 10:28:52




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I am new to this site, so this is my first post after reading on here on several differetn topics. I recently bought a John Deere 2020 with a Kelley Sereis 600 loader on it. Everything works well on both but the bucket has quite a bit of wear. Does anyone know of a replacement bukcet taht will fit this loader?




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caterpillar guy

10-12-2017 19:09:50




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
We used to wear out the cutting edges fast scraping the barnyard cement daily when we had the milk cows. I just cut them out with the torch and welded in a new grader blade for a cutting edge.



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JKash30

10-12-2017 12:03:13




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
Thanks for the responses I think I am going to see if I can find some one to rebuild it.



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Mike M

10-12-2017 11:40:05




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
I paid a friend who is a welder to rebuild the bucket on the JD158 loader. It is WAY better than it ever was new ! Thicker, wider,tougher steel cutting edge was a real improvement.



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old

10-12-2017 11:29:09




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
As the others have said to replace the bucket it will cost you at least half of what the loader is worth. Me I rebuild them. I ripped the entire bottom out of one of my loader buckets but you cannot tell it since I rebuilt it and it is now stronger then it ever was



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hydro70guy

10-12-2017 11:08:03




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
There is a welding shop that builds buckets of all types (grapple, rock and regular). He is a Mennonite not far away that are far cheaper than brand names and at least as well built of better.

Joe



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Dave Sherburne, NY

10-12-2017 18:44:23




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to hydro70guy, 10-12-2017 11:08:03  
Would that be Hoover repair in Curtiss WI?



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Kansas4010

10-12-2017 11:02:45




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
Not the cheapest option but modify the loader with a skid steer quick attach. That way you could use skid steer buckets and other attachments easily. That's what I'd look into anyway.



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donjr

10-12-2017 10:38:06




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 Re: Kelley Series 600 Loader Bucket in reply to JKash30, 10-12-2017 10:28:52  
It's never cheap for a new bucket, but most dealers can get you one that will fit. But the best bet- and it still ain't cheap- is to take it to a welding shop and let them rebuild it. My bucket has been rebuilt twice now and the last time was about $600 or so......



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