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JD 36A loader fit my D14?

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trent williams

01-12-2008 13:04:34

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I"ve been looking for a Front end loader for my D14. I have a chance to buy one now, but it is about 100 miles away. The loader is a JD 36A. I can do any bracket/attachment work as long as there is no major interference. It came from a JD 2020. It has 2 control valves, that I can hopefully supply with my existing single remote hydraulic rear hookup. It needs painting, so I guess ORANGE would be a good choice. Any advice?

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01-12-2008 19:09:09

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 Re: JD 36A loader fit my D14? in reply to trent williams, 01-12-2008 13:04:34  
I have D-14 loader in michigan.

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Trent williams

01-12-2008 18:32:32

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 Re: JD 36A loader fit my D14? in reply to trent williams, 01-12-2008 13:04:34  
You guys have helped me decide not to try this. Thank You

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01-12-2008 17:53:03

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 Re: JD 36A loader fit my D14? in reply to trent williams, 01-12-2008 13:04:34  
The loader may work well if you add a front-mount pump (or PTO pump) and reservoir. I'm not familiar with the 36A loader, but make sure you mount it using the rear axle of the tractor in addition to the frame along the engine. If you try to hook up to the tractor hydraulics I agree with the previous post that your tractor will have more pressure than the cylinders will withstand. You will probably also run out of oil in your reservoir if you try to lift the loader all the way and tilt the bucket. I have a D-14 with trip bucket loader and looked a long time for a compatible loader. Eventually I purchased another tractor with a loader on it since all the good loaders were expensive, especially with the hydraulic pump, valve & reservoir needed. HTH. Jim

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01-12-2008 15:43:29

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 Re: JD 36A loader fit my D14? in reply to trent williams, 01-12-2008 13:04:34  
The first thing you might do is blow the cylinders apart if they are low pressure. Coming from a 2020, they might be high pressure. Find out first. For you to feed those two valves with the AC system, you"ll need to keep the Lift-Lower lever up at all times, so the pump is running constantly. You may also have an issue with sump capacity. You could mount a separate pump and reservoir to feed the loader system. Or find a loader that is made to work with the AC.

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rodney mcpherson

02-25-2008 15:09:46

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 d14 hydro in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-12-2008 15:43:29  
ok guys here it is i am building a loader for my d14,because none are around.now will the ac pump work off of the single under the seat hook up or would i be better off with a pto pump and an add on reservor,any help would be app.
thanks in advance.

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