Re: Loader on 5050 in reply to Graveyard1984, 12-06-2018 20:35:32
The AC loader pictured of course would be good also a loader off Long 445 or 460 tractors and a loader off an Oliver 1255 or 1265 would fit.A 4 cylinder Long would have basically the same loader just be a little longer and most loaders have multiple holes to make up the difference.The main thing is to get the hydraulic pump that bolts on above the PTO shaft.
Re: Loader on 5050 in reply to gatz271, 12-07-2018 14:05:36
Just FYI, this loader is NOT a "quick-tach" in any sense of the word.... in fact it's a VERY SLOW-tach. It's more like semi-permament. For mowing, I took the bucket off and tied the tilt cylinders to the arms to better see where I was going and make it less stressful on the front end. And yes, the live hyd pump(via 2-stage clutch) is on the back end right above the PTO.
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