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I just bought a No. 33 Power Loader...now some questions

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Thor

07-26-2001 10:48:20




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Hi guys,

On Tuesday night I went and bought a No. 33 Power Loader for $200 that was advertised in the photo ads. I got a 7' wide snow bucket and a manure bucket with it. Brackets, cylinders, and snow bucket are in real nice shape but the boom needs some help. This loader is built fairly lightly, and all of the welds on the cross braces on the boom have been cracked and rewelded, cracked and rewelded...you get the idea. I'm going to cut out most of them and replace with new tubing and I'm also going to try to improve the torsional stiffness by welding in some plate etc.

Does anyone have any input, tips, tricks, advice etc. that they would be willing to share? Does anyone out there have a pristine boom for one of these loaders they'd bee willing to sell? Where can I find new decals? ANY info would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,

Thor

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gene b

07-27-2001 04:40:14




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 Re: I just bought a No. 33 Power Loader...now some questions in reply to Thor, 07-26-2001 10:48:20  
keep the cycl junk the rest get some 2x4 1/4 rect tube and start allover make a quick tach like the newer ones depends on what tractor your using might want to get bigger steel



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Sven

07-26-2001 20:44:36




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 Re: I just bought a No. 33 Power Loader...now some questions in reply to Thor, 07-26-2001 10:48:20  
You must be a pretty good welder. Try and figure out why the welds broke before you start fixing. Could have been a poor underdesign to begin with.
Structurally weak for the applied loads.



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