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curt cooke

04-13-2018 06:57:00




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Tough question to answer I suppose but I am having a devil of a time removing the loader from the tractor. Any tips appreciated. I want to raise it and back out but the loader is so tight to the tractor that I can't back up far enough before the width of the loader frame conflicts with the width of the tractor drag links and stab arms.
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nashranch

04-13-2018 08:58:09




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 Re: 2000 with Superior loader in reply to curt cooke, 04-13-2018 06:57:00  
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Yes it does...tight fit



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nashranch

04-13-2018 07:31:01




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 Re: 2000 with Superior loader in reply to curt cooke, 04-13-2018 06:57:00  
I have a Superior loader on my 640 and when I took it off a while back I had to raise the back end arms up high enuf to clear the steering linkages. It was no problem[/quote]

My solution to removing the loader and putting it back
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I know have a HF 1 ton chain hoist hanging from the Gantry crane setup with a cross bar leveling device for lifting the loader rear frame

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curt cooke

04-13-2018 07:34:37




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 Re: 2000 with Superior loader in reply to nashranch, 04-13-2018 07:31:01  
Does your 640 have power steering? It could be that my steering cylinders are adding just that little bit of width that's causing me the angst
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Larry NCKS

04-13-2018 07:18:48




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 Re: 2000 with Superior loader in reply to curt cooke, 04-13-2018 06:57:00  
Which 2000? I take it you're saying you cannot raise the loader higher at the point at which it makes contact????



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curt cooke

04-13-2018 07:27:56




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 Re: 2000 with Superior loader in reply to Larry NCKS, 04-13-2018 07:18:48  
Actually a 2110. That loader frame work is so tight it's almost as though I might even have to remove the foot platforms before it's over. Thanks for your input.
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nashranch

04-13-2018 07:16:58




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 Re: 2000 with Superior loader in reply to curt cooke, 04-13-2018 06:57:00  
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I have a Superior loader on my 640 and when I took it off a while back I had to raise the back end arms up high enuf to clear the steering linkages. It was no problem



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