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Oddball loaders.

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DeltaRed

03-13-2018 21:45:19




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SVcummins post about combine loaders got me thinking(dangerous LOL) about odd loaders. combines,reversed tractors.old reversed trucks,etc.Or even some unusual 'factory' built ones. Lets see some pics of yours. American farmer enginuity at its finest!Steve




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Rich'sToys

03-14-2018 21:13:57




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  
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I saw a crawler with a set up like that. I was told it was for moving coal at a power plant. Same deal---drive into the pile, raise the bucket, then back up and bring the bucket all the way over and dump it behind you. I have pics, but they're not on this computer.



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sms

03-14-2018 13:50:49




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  

This loader isn't unusual but count the farmer adapted pipe fittings. Also what is that tank? But it does work.

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kansasredneck

03-14-2018 15:13:48




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to sms, 03-14-2018 13:50:49  
Neighbor about 30- years back had a Cletrak that was a cable lift. He converted it to hydraulic using a power steering pump. Came over to smooth out some ditch on my place. Well, one of the hoses let go and dropped the blade right in with him blocking the road. This was late on a Sunday and the hardware stores were closed. We fashioned a hose out of some push-loc and a few clamps, and I told him to make sure he got a new hose on Monday.
Couple months later he comes over and asks if I have more of that Push-loc. Said he'd blown another hose and that air hose held better than the stuff from Tractor Supply.

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Eldon (WA)

03-14-2018 11:07:09




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  
Guess it is a Case, but kinda odd



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Eldon (WA)

03-14-2018 11:01:45




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  
Super Six



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Deere Mark

03-14-2018 06:55:24




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  

Not so oddball; maybe just old. Sauder Loader (from New Holland PA) about 1970. Also had an earlier one that was a trip loader.



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Jon f mn

03-14-2018 06:24:54




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  

This belongs to casenutty.



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Traditional Farmer

03-14-2018 08:33:53




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Jon f mn, 03-14-2018 06:24:54  
That's wild,is it for loose hay?



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Jon f mn

03-14-2018 09:01:13




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Traditional Farmer, 03-14-2018 08:33:53  
Yes, but he also has a basket he puts on it to do work up high. I call it the basket of death. Lol



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Eric in IL

03-14-2018 04:58:41




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  

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Spook

03-14-2018 05:51:18




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Eric in IL, 03-14-2018 04:58:41  
Why the heck would anybody want that thing? Looks like eventually, you would dump something on yourself?



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robert major

03-14-2018 20:15:39




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Spook, 03-14-2018 05:51:18  
Hi Spook

Those loaders aren't my idea of fun, JCB designed one in England called a "loadover". The concept was for loading trucks from stock piles in yards. you drive in the pile filling the bucket and back up with the truck parked behind you. Then dump the load in the truck over the top without turning all the time like with a conventional loader. It was the idea of the day that kinda made sense to save time, but like 8 track tapes or Betamax video cassettes it never quite took off, and became a part of history. Regards Robert

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Ken Macfarlane

03-14-2018 04:24:58




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  
Those overshot loaders in crawlers are pretty odd.



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Ultradog MN

03-14-2018 02:01:28




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to DeltaRed, 03-13-2018 21:45:19  

The Ford one armed bandits have to be right up there in the odd category.

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SweetFeet

03-14-2018 05:45:17




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Ultradog MN, 03-14-2018 02:01:28  
Dude!! You didn't put a post under it to block it up???

Now, that there... is confidence. :)

I think you even beat-out my husband for redneck scaffolding. LOL



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Traditional Farmer

03-14-2018 08:33:02




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to SweetFeet, 03-14-2018 05:45:17  
A lot more confidence than I have in hydraulic hoses



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730virgil

03-14-2018 05:42:36




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Ultradog MN, 03-14-2018 02:01:28  
that's going to hurt when he hits bottom



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Ralphwd45

03-14-2018 02:37:44




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Ultradog MN, 03-14-2018 02:01:28  
O S H A approved scaffolding? LOL!



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47fivewindow

03-14-2018 06:54:27




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 Re: Oddball loaders. in reply to Ralphwd45, 03-14-2018 02:37:44  

What’s wrong with that?



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