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international 2000 loader

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Brian Ross

01-16-2011 13:38:32
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I have a 606 utility with a 2000 series loader on it. I was wondering if this would fit onto a farmall 806 ?




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Brian Ross

01-18-2011 09:37:08
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 Re: international 2000 loader in reply to gitrib, 01-16-2011 13:38:32  
that would be great if you could send those pictures and diagrams it help with the farbrication.[/url]



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Weldon K

01-16-2011 18:45:23
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 Re: international 2000 loader in reply to Brian Ross, 01-16-2011 13:38:32  
A 2000 loader currently on a 606 WILL NOT fit onto an 806. Front mounts are entirely different. Rear axle mounting method is entirely different , plus frame is shorter. That being said , if you can build front mounts that are like the ones that are required for 806 and can extend the subframe and build the rear mounting for the 806 axle , then you could mount it as easily as if it was built to mount on the 806.

I have Operator's Manual with diagrams of all the mounts for various tractor models. I have them scanned and can send them to you if you like. Also pictures of factory mounts of a 2000 on my 856. I've sent this info to others who wanted to modify a loader to fit some other tractor. Incidentally, I have a 2001 loader on an IH 504 that uses same mounts as a 2000 on a 606 .

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Loren in MN

01-16-2011 17:15:17
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 Re: international 2000 loader in reply to Brian Ross, 01-16-2011 13:38:32  
I have a Int'l 2000 loader that I will be mounting on a 756 this spring. Yes, it will fit.
I have the same GB loader on a Moline 302 Super-Just a little shorter frame beams to the rear axles.



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Sparktrician

01-16-2011 16:28:56
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 Re: international 2000 loader in reply to Brian Ross, 01-16-2011 13:38:32  
Yes....they will fit. I had (still have loader and tractor....no longer coupled together) a 806 w/ international 2000 loader.....

Long story short...that tractor has the POTENTIAL to shred that loader if you are not careful.....think D4 cat with cheap TSC grader blade.....



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Adirondack case guy

01-16-2011 15:02:12
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 Re: international 2000 loader in reply to Brian Ross, 01-16-2011 13:38:32  
Those loader were built by Great Bend and would fit most any tractor from 40 to 140 HP. If you have welding skills the mtgs can easily be modified or altered.



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rrlund

01-17-2011 07:24:11
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 Re: international 2000 loader in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-16-2011 15:02:12  
Yep,I took one off of a 350 row crop and put it on a Deere 3010. Had to get some box iron and lengthen the subframe and make the front brackets,but fit like it was made for it. Guess after I got done with it,it WAS made for it come to think of it.



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