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Freeman #90 Loader pic request

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WI Dave

09-11-2012 07:01:55




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Do any of you guys have pics of a model 90 Freeman loader on a WD/WD-45 you could post?




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mdm1

09-17-2012 18:25:25




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to sflem849, 09-11-2012 07:01:55  
I have my snow bucket on my trailer right now to be reinforced. I use it to move dirt sometimes. My manure bucket isn't in too good of shape. You might be able to find a new bucket around.



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mdm1

09-15-2012 04:25:47




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to D15 Ohio, 09-11-2012 07:01:55  
minnmach do you have any manual pics of the front of the loader? Mine has a couple of nuts welded on and I think they are for supports for the front when you take the loader off. I am wondering if they are factory or something that was added on. Thanks Mike



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minnmach

09-17-2012 17:46:14




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to mdm1, 09-15-2012 04:25:47  
The manual doesn't show anything like that and I don't have them on my loader. Must have been added on for the reason that you are thinking. The manual shows a number of accessories for these loaders. I wonder if there is still anything left anywhere. My bucket is in rough shape and I don't have a snow bucket.



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mdm1

09-14-2012 04:08:21




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to JD 466, 09-11-2012 07:01:55  
third party imageHere is how I put the valve on. The middle hose comes from the pump. Then 1 hose goes to the loader and 1 to the rear arms. Mine is plumbed the same under my tractor as the previous illustrations.



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mdm1

09-13-2012 14:44:32




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to dgerleman, 09-11-2012 07:01:55  
My cylinder hoses are hooked together under my tractor and then hooked to a quick release coupler from the pump. Actually the hose goes to a valve so I can isolate my rear lift arms from my loader.
This post was edited by mdm1 at 16:35:37 09/13/12.



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WI Dave

09-13-2012 06:27:19




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to wolfman, 09-11-2012 07:01:55  
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Nothing specific, yet. Google could only find a couple thumbnails, nothing really helpful. Maybe pics of how the loader hydraulic lines hook up to the tractor? Where'd you find your manual?



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minnmach

09-13-2012 19:15:13




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to WI Dave, 09-13-2012 06:27:19  
another picture



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minnmach

09-13-2012 19:18:33




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to minnmach, 09-13-2012 19:15:13  
third party image

one more time



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minnmach

09-13-2012 19:10:26




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to WI Dave, 09-13-2012 06:27:19  
third party image

pictures



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minnmach

09-13-2012 18:36:20




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to WI Dave, 09-13-2012 06:27:19  
I found the manual at the Orange Spectacular in Hutchinson,Minn. I currently have the two hoses tee'd together and a Quick Disconnect attached to the "T".Since I am not using my rear lift arms I have the hose to the Left one attached to the "T". I will try to send a picture that is in the manual showing how they suggest hooking it up. I like the idea of a shutoff valve so that the rear arms can be used.

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minnmach

09-12-2012 17:46:55




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 Re: Freeman #90 Loader pic request in reply to WI Dave, 09-11-2012 07:01:55  
I have this loader mounted to a WD45. I also have the owners manual for it. Are you looking for something specific that you want a picture of?



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