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Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets

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Posted by sstra on July 30, 2013 at 15:57:12 from (

In Reply to: Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets posted by NoNewParts on July 30, 2013 at 06:04:18:

NoNewParts - - thank you so much for your reply. The 45 degree
on the U. I was guessing it was more like 20 degree. But the
brackets on your tractor look like there are much more of a degree
than the Ford print. I would not have not laid it back enough
without your input.

One question I failed to ask was the thickness of the U. I am
guessing it is 7/16 or 1/2.

As for the assist cylinders. Yes I received a set - But the cylinders
need to be reworked, assuming will have to replace the rod and
replace the gasket. My cylinder are different. Seems like you can
just pull the rod right out and the gasket is just in a groove in the

Also the cylinder bracket I received looks to me like it is the one of
a 8N not the hundred series. So that will be some more fab work
when I get to it.

Thanks for the light warning, was assuming that it had to come off.

Got it all apart right now painting, Once I get to the point of drilling
the axle bolt holes I will just bolt that upper arm to the U bracket
before I mark my axle bolt holes.

OH - one other thing, I see on your loader something I do not have
and that is the (dirt plate) under the forks. In the old Ford printed
material I have seen so far, I had not see that dirt plate. Assuming
it was a Ford add-on options.


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