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424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder

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international424

11-02-2017 12:10:52




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I'm looking for front loader mounts to attach a model 2000 loader to my 424 tractor. Does anyone have some for sale or know of anyone who does? If not, I'd also be interested in dimensional drawings to have them made or rent a mount that I can copy!

Thanks,

Dave




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international424

11-09-2017 09:49:49




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
My email is djboyer@williams.edu if you want to send a message directly to me.



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international424

11-09-2017 09:48:35




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
System did not allow me to send a message directly. Sounds like a close call on the loader!! Thank you for all your effort on the mounts.

Dave



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Al L. in Wisc.

11-08-2017 16:23:12




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
I haven't forgotten about the photo project. A driver fell asleep and ended up in my yard; knocking the loader off blocking and damaging other things. Loader is ok but, the mounting brackets were pushed into the mud. Washed and will take photos tomorrow - Thursday, in natural light. Glad the bucket wasn't on it or it probably would have been scrap metal...might have been the way to get rid of the loader though.

The IH loader I have is trip and the sub-frame fits International 424, B-275 or B-414 with front mounting brackets for 240, 404 and 424.

my e/m is open; reply there.

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international424

11-05-2017 09:22:44




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
[quote:fcc895a49b="Al L. in Wisc."](quoted from post at 05:42:50 11/04/17) [quote="international424"; good morning. When it lightens up a little, I will pull out a set, photograph and get back to you. But first, lefse backing is the main task today!!! Oh, first is a trip to check out an auction. Good to hear you have a manual. Trip or hydraulic? I've got a trip loader I'd like to unload. Enjoy you day folks.[/quote:fcc895a49b]

Al, many thanks for your willingness to help! My loader has a trip bucket. Hope you did well at the auction!

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Al L. in Wisc.

11-04-2017 05:42:50




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
[quote="international424"; good morning. When it lightens up a little, I will pull out a set, photograph and get back to you. But first, lefse backing is the main task today!!! Oh, first is a trip to check out an auction. Good to hear you have a manual. Trip or hydraulic? I've got a trip loader I'd like to unload. Enjoy you day folks.



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international424

11-03-2017 09:01:02




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
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Thank you for your reply. I have a manual and showed the picture to a fabrication shop. They said they needed a drawing with dimensions. If it doesn't need to be a precise fit, maybe the blow torch method will work. Some rough dimensions would be helpful???



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BarnyardEngineering

11-03-2017 06:37:13




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 Re: 424 Front Loader Mounts Needed for Model 2000 Laoder in reply to international424, 11-02-2017 12:10:52  
The best advice I can give you here is to find the owner's manual for the loader. There are sites out there, including this one, that sell reprint manuals. This site may not have the loader manual (check first), but I know of at least one that sells the loader manual, which you can find with google.

There are isometric drawings of the various types of loader brackets in the manual. You might be able to extrapolate what you need from that.
It's just not likely that someone will have brackets specifically for your tractor, that aren't with a complete loader or on the tractor being used, and it is even less likely that someone went to the trouble of creating dimensioned drawings.
Most of us are farmers, not machinists, and the idea of a precision drilled hole involves an oxy-acetylene torch, not a Bridgeport. "We don' need no steenking drawings." (obvious reference to the line in Blazing Saddles)

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