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Rear Load 19-87 Brackets

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sstra

07-25-2013 06:03:42




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Does anyone have a set of these brackets (see picture)? They are for a Ford 19-87 rear 3 point loader that was made for several years. Think they made at least 3 different models.

If you have the brackets that go under the fenders, could you post some of the specifications so I could make my self a set.

Size of the square plate that goes under the fender.
Length and size of the U strap. (Guessing that U strap is a 1 1/4 x 3/8) or is it 1/2 inch.
Distance of the hole for axle bolt from edge of plate.

Degree of angle and how much does it stick down below the plate.



THANKS in advance.
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sstra

07-31-2013 19:11:15




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 Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets in reply to sstra, 07-25-2013 06:03:42  
Great - feedback from NoNewParts. I will try to post pictures of my brackets and load once I get it painted and back together.



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NoNewParts

07-31-2013 05:18:51




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 Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets in reply to sstra, 07-25-2013 06:03:42  
under fender plate is 1/2" steel

u-bracket is 3/8" steel

old steel, very tough stuff

(had to close up the U on one bracket a little to get the pin clip in, it laughed at my largest C-clamp. Had to use two steel plates and 2 bolts to draw it together a little)

yes, the dirt pan was an option, held on with hoop clamps.

Luckily, mine is in good shape. Doesn't look that hard to make.

your rear light could stay on if needed

my loader is on a Jube now with a light

You just have to pick the right link on the adjusting chains which changes when the lift kicks out, and the angle the arms come up to before it kicks out.

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sstra

07-30-2013 04:28:38




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 Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets in reply to sstra, 07-25-2013 06:03:42  
NoNewParts - think I seen a old posting on the Ford 8N forum from you with a picture of a rear loader. If you still have it, any information on the axle bracket would be a help to me.



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NoNewParts

07-30-2013 06:04:18




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 Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets in reply to sstra, 07-30-2013 04:28:38  
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some rough measurements

flat plate holes for under fender, about 4 3/4" center to center,

like a sway bar bracket

U-bracket tilt back, about 45 degrees

top of plate to pin hole in u-bracket, about 3 1/2"

most important measurement is from

centerline of axle plate holes to center of u-bracket

is about 4"

(so it will match the width of the loader arms)

until I found a set of brackets, I used aftermarket sway bar
brackets mounted upside down on the axle, under the fender

and some big bolts and washer spacers to the arms.

worked ok.
The adjusting chains control the lift.

any ol way you attach the arms works in a pinch

Did you get the assist cylinders and bracket with yours?

tip: when trying it out, be careful of the chain adjustment if you have a rear fender light :D
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07-30-2013 15:57:12




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 Re: Rear Load 19-87 Brackets in reply to NoNewParts, 07-30-2013 06:04:18  
NoNewParts - - thank you so much for your reply. The 45 degree on the U. I was guessing it was more like 20 degree. But the brackets on your tractor look like there are much more of a degree than the Ford print. I would not have not laid it back enough without your input.

One question I failed to ask was the thickness of the U. I am guessing it is 7/16 or 1/2.

As for the assist cylinders. Yes I received a set - But the cylinders need to be reworked, assuming will have to replace the rod and replace the gasket. My cylinder are different. Seems like you can just pull the rod right out and the gasket is just in a groove in the housing.

Also the cylinder bracket I received looks to me like it is the one of a 8N not the hundred series. So that will be some more fab work when I get to it.

Thanks for the light warning, was assuming that it had to come off.

Got it all apart right now painting, Once I get to the point of drilling the axle bolt holes I will just bolt that upper arm to the U bracket before I mark my axle bolt holes.

OH - one other thing, I see on your loader something I do not have and that is the (dirt plate) under the forks. In the old Ford printed material I have seen so far, I had not see that dirt plate. Assuming it was a Ford add-on options.

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