Posted by David Broad on January 27, 2013 at 15:23:23 from (22.214.171.124):
Just a couple of questions out of curiosity . The Farmhand Fll Loader , A couple of points . When did Farmhand start making them and how high did they go and how much wieght did they lift ? Another thing about these loaders . On a 4 cylinder tractor it was effectively no cab unless you had the Farmhand cab that thye eventually brought out , but if fitted to a 6 cylinder you could : is that right ? Never known anybody do that here in the UK : purhaps not avalible here in the UK for Six Cylinder tractors . Have just noticed the did and F25 although I fancy never sold here . Finally , the F12 loader to which was a more conventional type , that being fitting on a four cylinder in the more regular position hence , in front of a normal tractor cab , anybody know the hieght and lifting capacitys of those . Can"t get hold of any information on them ,
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