Posted by soundguy on September 27, 2012 at 05:00:04 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: 8n loading bucket posted by Darius Kleine on September 27, 2012 at 00:47:57:
1, congrats on the N with tracks. I love them arrps and bombardier setups
2, we will need the model id of the laoder.. or at least pics.
go ahead and give us both if you hav ethe id #.. plus pics of the N showing us the clearance you have at the back axle and the bogey or dead wheel.
3, *most* N loaders have 3 attach points. 2 at the rear axles where the fender bolts go, and 1 at the front king pin where there is a hanger plate installed for the kingpin and the front of the loader swings from there and lets the bolster support the axle independently of the loader. thus the loader swings fromt he front and then has beams tot he back axles *USUALLY*.
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