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Pastor John

03-08-2018 05:01:12




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60 years ago Dad had a trip bucket loader mounted to our Super M. It had one lift cylinder mounted on the nose of the tractor.
It lifted the bucket via chains.
It was not the most effective way of cleaning out the feedlot.
Do any of you remember the make and model and even better a picture.
Thanks!




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8NHENRY

03-08-2018 09:16:33




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to Pastor John, 03-08-2018 05:01:12  
I know where there was one for sale last year that has been sitting in the shed since the 50's, with owners manual and all. Not sure if he got it sold or not. They may not have been the handiest but it beat the pitchfork.



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rvirgil_KS

03-08-2018 07:03:58




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to Pastor John, 03-08-2018 05:01:12  

Caswell Mfg. Co Cherokee, Ia

I grew up close to there so saw a lot of them in NW Iowa



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Pastor John

03-08-2018 08:59:03




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to rvirgil_KS, 03-08-2018 07:03:58  
Thatís it! My that brings back memories thanks a bunch



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casecollectorsc

03-08-2018 10:24:30




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to Pastor John, 03-08-2018 08:59:03  
Same as mine as well! You want mine Pastor John to re-live the good old days?



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Pastor John

03-08-2018 13:35:05




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-08-2018 10:24:30  
Ill take just the memories He He
Boy was that hard to steer especially without power steering



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casecollectorsc

03-08-2018 05:59:44




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to Pastor John, 03-08-2018 05:01:12  
John, I bought my 51 original DC a year ago with a loader mounted as you say. Has one cylinder on the nose and lifts with chains. Too much snow or I would get a picture. Would be slightly better than a scoop shovel. With all the weight on the front wheels a easy steering DC wasn't so much.



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Ande

03-08-2018 05:16:22




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 Re: Trip bucket loader in reply to Pastor John, 03-08-2018 05:01:12  

Here is my one of my "SC3"s with a "101" Case loader, and trip bucket. It hasn't run for a few years as I kept it around home to lift those things I couldn't, but the motor is weak, and I bought my "6018" to do most of the small jobs. But the "101" will do the heavy lifting for sure.

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