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steven in Tn

12-01-2017 18:26:58




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about how much would it be to add a USED bush hog or other brand quick attach loader to a 6610? and how much trouble is it to put one on? cheaper to buy brackets made to fit the tractor or just have a welding shop fab them up?




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Destroked 450

12-02-2017 18:41:25




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 Re: cost to add loader to 6610 in reply to steven in Tn, 12-01-2017 18:26:58  
Make sure you can get brackets for the loader, they've been discontinued for some of the older brands.

We made brackets for my Farm Hand loader, took a little figuring but wasn't to hard.

Brackets for my Allied loader would be near impossible to make.



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steven in Tn

12-02-2017 05:09:14




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 Re: cost to add loader to 6610 in reply to steven in Tn, 12-01-2017 18:26:58  
ok so far the loaders i have found local are going around 3k is that about the going rate or can they be found cheaper if i keep looking.



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fordfarmer

12-02-2017 12:26:02




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 Re: cost to add loader to 6610 in reply to steven in Tn, 12-02-2017 05:09:14  
That's pretty reasonable for a QT loader, assuming it's in good shape.
I would get factory brackets, as well. Shouldn't be too hard to find, considering the range of models and years that use the same brackets.



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FOMOCO Farmer

12-02-2017 04:13:52




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 Re: cost to add loader to 6610 in reply to steven in Tn, 12-01-2017 18:26:58  
I would try to find some mounts for the tractor. Mounts for those tractors were on the 5000 up to the 7610. Bush hog may still make them. Elkton Farm Store may have some. Elkton, TN



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