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stansab

12-19-2016 18:52:46




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what steps are there to remove the loader I picked this tractor up last summer last owner painted it blue needs little work I want to repaint red&grey the rear pins are worn real bad looks like I have to lift it over the front wheels? thanks for any advice




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stansab

12-20-2016 10:06:17




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 Re: 851 loader in reply to stansab, 12-19-2016 18:52:46  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see sorry the last guy painted over the tag it looks like ford or dearborn in the next few days ill bring it up to the shop i have a backhoe to lift it never post pic how do i put them up? thanks.



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old

12-20-2016 12:30:37




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 Re: 851 loader in reply to stansab, 12-20-2016 10:06:17  
Posting a picture is not hard to do if your on classic. On classic down at the bottom is a upload picture then you click on it and pull the picture up out of your system and down load it. When you see the continue above the picture click on it. Cannot tlell you how on the modern forum



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old

12-20-2016 08:57:39




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 Re: 851 loader in reply to stansab, 12-19-2016 18:52:46  
A lot depends on the loader. Some come off in pieces and some you almost need another tractor with a loader to remove them. Some you have to lift up on the front and then drive out form under them. My 841S to remove the loader you have to lift up the front in such a way the back comes down then you have to drive back wards and then lift up the back to clear the front axle. I have had it off one time and it was not fun to do. But on others I have removed them in pieces which was not all that hard if you have a chain hoist set up

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soundguy

12-20-2016 08:16:24




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 Re: 851 loader in reply to stansab, 12-19-2016 18:52:46  
how about some pictures.. or model numbers!



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Larry NCKS

12-19-2016 19:36:46




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 Re: 851 loader in reply to stansab, 12-19-2016 18:52:46  
I don't know about the others, but I don't see enough information there to help you out. Pictures would be good!



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