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Re: Front Loader

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03-07-2001 17:28:03

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Short of cutting it up with a torch, there is no easy way. You will need an overhead with a chainfall, a forklift or a loader at least as big as the 720 to lift it off.

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03-07-2001 19:04:09

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 Re: Re: Front Loader in reply to RickB., 03-07-2001 17:28:03  
If it is like my 74 2000 with a 730 loader, I have found an easy way without the chainfall etc. Before you start to take the loader off, fill the bucket with dirt or rocks. lower the bucket to the ground. then put a jack under the crossmember at the front of the loader where it attaches to the tractor. remove the bolts at the rear axel and at the front crossmember. then you disconnect the pump from the engine and lower the jack to disengage the crossmember at the front from the tractor. roll the tractor back a few inches and jack the loader back up so that it clears the tractor. roll the tractor out from under the loader. This worked for me. If need be, I can supply photos. My loader is off right now and I plan to put it back on this weekend.

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B Neff

03-07-2001 22:02:50

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 Re: Re: Re: Front Loader in reply to Ed in FL, 03-07-2001 19:04:09  
Thanks I figured someone would know a trick way to do it. I thought it was something like that but didn't think of the dirt in the loader. Do you use the jack under the cross member to lift the rear to clear the front axle as you back it out from under the loader? Brian

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