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Reinforcing loader on D17

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01-14-2021 06:16:58

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I used my D17 to lift a disk I bought and it pick up the earth with it (6" frost). It also lefted up an entire John Deere 24T baler with kicker that had no wheels so I could back my trailer under it. The only issue I have is the support brackets on loader are giving out. I'm thinking I will need to make a bracket to go over the hood and then run some uprights to it from engine tractor frame bolts or?

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Alvin 41

01-14-2021 17:47:12

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 Re: Reinforcing loader on D17 in reply to Jhncp, 01-14-2021 06:16:58  
I had a Miller Quick -Attach Loader on a D-17 that had a frame around the tractor front that it rested on and was the ground foot when dismounted . It had 2 way lift cylinders and lifting a complete combine grain head onto a truck at full extension both cylinder rods bent. They were too small diameter for the piston .

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01-14-2021 15:46:10

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 Re: Reinforcing loader on D17 in reply to Jhncp, 01-14-2021 06:16:58  
Over the top is fine, but there should also be one down near the bottom of the towers if there isn't one there already.

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Brian G. NY

01-14-2021 09:15:14

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 Re: Reinforcing loader on D17 in reply to Jhncp, 01-14-2021 06:16:58  
I wonder what model loader you have. Both the A-C model 400 and 500 loaders are set up like you propose to do. Looks easy to duplicate.

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01-14-2021 09:28:41

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 Re: Reinforcing loader on D17 in reply to Brian G. NY, 01-14-2021 09:15:14  
Allis Chalmers 170 made by freeman

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01-14-2021 08:18:58

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 Re: Reinforcing loader on D17 in reply to Jhncp, 01-14-2021 06:16:58  
Reinforce them and see what bends next. Unless there is obvious deterioration of the supports it could be a sign of overloading. Just because it can lift something doesn't mean it should. JMHO

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01-14-2021 16:20:48

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 Re: Reinforcing loader on D17 in reply to Jim.ME, 01-14-2021 08:18:58  

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