Over the years and buy lots of non-running tractors I have learned a guy can use a simple com-a-long and some creative thinking and get a loader up and off the gro8nd so one can load them up on a trailer. Most loaders have a brush guard built in so you simply hook the com-a-long to the brush guard and the lowest arm /.part of the loader and pull it up and off the ground and maybe use a 2nd com-a-long to hold the bucket from rolling forward. Same can be done by removing the center link and putting a com-a-long in its place and then you can get a back blade up
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