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One arm loader compatability

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Tom Bond

02-13-2018 18:31:11

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Would anyone know if a one arm loader that was on a 740, then a 960, fit onto my 961 with the same mounting brackets? Another member on here has one for sale and we're just trying to be certain it will work on my tractor with a NF before I make the trip. Thanks!

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Ultradog MN

02-14-2018 03:08:09

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Tom Bond, 02-13-2018 18:31:11  
Nice you found one.
That guy called me yesterday. Still has those two loaders. One is an all hydraulic one. But if you can get one with the right brackets that's the way to go. An original front bracket for a RC would be pretty hard to find.

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Mission Creek

02-14-2018 08:07:00

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Ultradog MN, 02-14-2018 03:08:09  
Are these loaders hard to come by? I have one with a trip bucket my grandather bought new with his 4000 4 cylinder. I havenít put it up for sale because I figured no one was looking for them. We mounted it on our 601 for a short period of time with the same brackets so you would think it would work for all models in between that are non row crop.

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02-14-2018 08:19:14

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Mission Creek, 02-14-2018 08:07:00  
Will mount on hundred series up thru the early thousand series, utility models, with the same brackets. Usually go anywhere from $200/350. Where are you located? Does loader have material bucket or manure bucket?

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Mission Creek

02-14-2018 08:24:41

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Kirk-NJ, 02-14-2018 08:19:14  
I am in Minnesota, about 100 Miles north of Minneapolis. I have both wide material bucket and menure bucket.

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Ultradog MN

02-15-2018 03:24:33

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Mission Creek, 02-14-2018 08:24:41  
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You must be not too far from me. I live in the Cities but have property in Aitkin.
I might be interested in your loader. But...
It would have to be the later style with the short 3 1/2" box. The older ones had a 5 1/2 box. Note the tape measure in the photo.
I'm thinking about putting one of these loaders on my 4200.

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Mission Creek

02-15-2018 17:21:20

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Ultradog MN, 02-15-2018 03:24:33  
Either place of yours isnít too far from me. Iím up in Hinckley ....but unfortunately I just took a measurement and itís the 5 1/2 box. I figured the 4 cylinders used the 5 1/2 box and newer used smaller. I have seen some pictures of 4000 row crops with the one arm loader and it looks really nice. Theyíre actually pretty tough loaders too. My grandfather used it on his turkey farm and then dairy back in the day until he bought the 3 cyl 4000 loader tractor. We should keep in contact though as I always have random ford tractor stuff and implements that Iím looking to get rid of. I seem to always take on more projects than I have time for, stuff piles up.

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02-14-2018 01:39:41

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Tom Bond, 02-13-2018 18:31:11  
It should. Always best to get the right brackets for the right loader. here are the bracket you with need depending on weather you loader is a short box or a long box. To tell the difference you would look at the top of the box that connects to the hip bracket. from the loader frame tube to end it will measure either 3 1/2", short box or 5 1/2" long box.
If it is a short box than you will need an offset hip bracket as in the photo. You will also notice the front bracket.I have seen a number of these front brackets have cracks in them around the top holes area. They can be welded but you should inspect them and nego that in your price.
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If your loader has the long box you will need the flat style hip bracket in this photo. Just one of these brackets of either style. Again inspect for cracks
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Next you will need these brackets with bushing that connect under the tractor at the transmission.
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An option, but always nice to have is a foot jack stand.
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To operate you will need a Hydraulic valve or deverter valve as shown in photo
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Some kind of weight must be considered to counter balance the loader or when lifting something too heavy with surely lift the right side off the ground as shown here with my 9n.
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If you have any other questions Or want to send me the photo of the loader and bracket you can email me or post here.

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02-13-2018 18:35:35

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 Re: One arm loader compatability in reply to Tom Bond, 02-13-2018 18:31:11  
Yes, same brackets.

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