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WD with Freeman model 90 loader

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Jim-IL

04-03-2004 06:49:57




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I have been in the process of removing the narrow front on the WD which has a Freeman loader. I was going to put on a wide front end but someone said it might not work with this loader. It's the one with the heavy box beams. Is this correct? If so I half to go back to square one and get a different tractor. My wife worries with the narrow front. (I've only had it 20 some years)




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JMS/MN

04-03-2004 07:30:24




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 Re: WD with Freeman model 90 loader in reply to Jim-IL, 04-03-2004 06:49:57  
I believe the poster was referring to some loaders where the side frame goes back to the rear axle, and comes down alongside the front wheels of the tractor when the bucket is on the ground. That style would not work with a wide front because the frame would hit the front axle before the bucket hit the ground. A mid mount, high arch like a Paulson, Schwartz, (and I think a Freeman is the same) would fit over the wide front. Since you already have the loader on the tractor, a visual check from the side would indicate if the frame fits above the axle. As far as your idea of making the switch of front ends with the loader on the tractor, as long as you secure the raised loader it should work fine.

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Kip[UT]

04-03-2004 16:28:40




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 Re: Re: WD with Freeman model 90 loader in reply to JMS/MN, 04-03-2004 07:30:24  
I have an AC WD9 loader off a wide front WD45. This loader was made by Freeman for AC.BTW this loader is for sale. Good shape w/ trip bucket.[435]865-7141 or [435]691-3905. Could deliver east from Utah to the Dakotas & Manitoba, Canada in late August.



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