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Fasco 1200 Loader Parts

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Goatfarmer81

05-14-2019 06:16:55




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I have a Fasco 1200 loader on a 67 Ford 2000.

This issue I have are the tines are pretty much destroyed, bent or broken. Is there any place I can get replacements? And possible also get the flat plate for the bottom of the tines to make it more of a dirt bucket?

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Hobo,NC

05-14-2019 11:45:49




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 Re: Fasco 1200 Loader Parts in reply to Goatfarmer81, 05-14-2019 06:16:55  
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Sean in PA

05-14-2019 10:56:04




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 Re: Fasco 1200 Loader Parts in reply to Goatfarmer81, 05-14-2019 06:16:55  
If it's got the manure bucket with the tines then you may need to cut off the tines and then grind off the portions of the tines inside the front lip of the bucket before you can add a tooth bar. You may need to reinforce the bottom of the bucket as well, as those weren't designed for heavy digging, just to scoop manure.

May be cheaper/easier/less of a headache to sell the loader you have and buy one that is built for digging.

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Goatfarmer81

05-14-2019 10:04:06




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 Re: Fasco 1200 Loader Parts in reply to Goatfarmer81, 05-14-2019 06:16:55  
I had done quite a bit of searching but nothing like this I can find.
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Sean in PA

05-14-2019 09:02:05




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 Re: Fasco 1200 Loader Parts in reply to Goatfarmer81, 05-14-2019 06:16:55  
There are clamp on and bolt on tooth bars available on-line to fit just about any loader bucket. Just do a Google search on "loader tooth bar".



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SkipperII

05-14-2019 07:35:07




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 Re: Fasco 1200 Loader Parts in reply to Goatfarmer81, 05-14-2019 06:16:55  
I would suggest a good fab.shop.



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