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Ted J

09-27-2010 20:05:26

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Hi, I am trying to find the J Bolts that connect the manure bucket frame to the WD45 tractor. They are 5/8"x3 1/2". I need 6 of them, as I have 2 that came with the setup. I would also like to know how the hydraulics hook up to the tractor. It came with no hoses or anything, just the trip bucket, frame and some bolts. Thanks, Ted

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Ted J

09-28-2010 07:01:04

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 Re: J Bolts in reply to Ted J, 09-27-2010 20:05:26  
Hi All, Anyone who is looking for the bolts, I found them at: http://www.fastener-warehouse.com
They are listed as Hook Bolts. They are 5/8"x4" and were $1.50 ea. GREAT PRICE!!

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09-27-2010 22:09:23

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 Re: J Bolts in reply to Ted J, 09-27-2010 20:05:26  
If you don"t have an oxy torch, any welding shop can make some J-bolts for you. Re hyd: you need a single hose from the unused port of the hyd valve- where two hoses attach, going to the lift arm cyl- there is a third port- take out the plug and attach your hose there. Use a quick-coupler for convenience, tee to both cyl hoses on the loader. You have a trip bucket, just need one-way hyd to lift the loader, gravity down.

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Ted J

09-28-2010 04:49:43

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 Re: J Bolts in reply to JMS/.MN, 09-27-2010 22:09:23  
THANKS, I'll give that a try and see what happens.

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