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PJBROWN

03-28-2007 05:23:41




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We have a loader that we bought cheap a few years ago that came off a IH 86 Hydro and we put it on a MF. I can't find any thing on the loader that tells the model number or SS #. Does anyone know what model loader would come on a 86 Hydro when it was new?? It came from a town highway department they keep the tractor for mowing the sides of the road. I will try to get a picture of it if I can. Any help would be great. Thanks.

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Owen Aaland

03-28-2007 07:24:34




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 Re: loader ??? in reply to PJBROWN, 03-28-2007 05:23:41  
It looks a lot like the 2050 loader that is on my I-2444. Mine has two separate levers for the valves instead of the joystick and does not have the brackets on the upper sides of the loader frame. Mine has a cross member bolted across the front where yours looks like it has been extended.

My tractor is a 1968 model so I would assume that the loader is probably a bit older than one that came on a 86 Hydro.

There is a stainless steel plate riveted on my frame that looks like it may have been an ID or serial number plate but it is completely clean. If that is what it is for the numbers must have been printed on rather than stamped.

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Nat 2

03-28-2007 06:34:40




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 Re: loader ??? in reply to PJBROWN, 03-28-2007 05:23:41  
A "Farmall" Hydro 86 would've had a 2250 or 2350 Mount-O-Matic to be "period correct" if I'm not mistaken. Being an industrial tractor, things are definitely different.

That loader looks more like a 2000, but not quite. I'm sure IH made different models of loaders between the 2000 and the 2350, but my knowledge of IH implements from the mid-late 70's is about as fuzzy as my memories of that era. Most of the equipment I grew up operating was from the 1960's, and the stuff Dad's using now is still mostly from the '60s and early '80s. The 1066 is the only thing he has from the 1970s.

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03-28-2007 05:25:20




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03-28-2007 05:26:50




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