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Looking for info on a Farmhand loader

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08-01-2001 23:29:23

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I've located a Farmhand P-14A loader that's for sale but the owner has no idea what tractor it fits on, says he bought it at an auction.
I'm trying to figure out if it will fit on my H. Does anyone know if it will fit, or, if Farmhand is still around, how to get ahold of them.
this loader is a great distance from where I live and I don't want to waste a trip if it won't fit.

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08-02-2001 13:42:34

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 Re: looking for info on a Farmhand loader in reply to Zonie, 08-01-2001 23:29:23  
I have a couple of farmhand loaders but am unsure of there actual model. Mine are the style that go clear around the tractor and mount on the axel and draw bar in the back and have two long arms that come down from the top toward the front of the tractor and bolt to the frame. These models have there own hydraulic pump that runs off of pto shaft and it has its own valve system to run the hydraulics. It has two very long cylinders that raise and lower and a cylinder that actuates a very long cable that operates bucket angle. It has gravity drop and there is several different buckets that can be attached for different jobs. These loaders I have explained above will fit on a H and M along with other makes and models of various tractors. The arms that fasten to the frame are adjustable to adapt to different lengths of tractors. The rear of loader just simply clamps to axel and I believe a bolt through each side of drawbar. You may have to set your rear wheels in so tractor will fit in the middle of loader. Some other loaders don't go clear around the tractor and if that is the case I'm not for sure what all they would fit. The owner of this loader should be able to give you an idea of what tractors it would fit. I wish I knew for sure what models mine are but they are one solid rust color and not really anyway to tell for sure.

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