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Re: Will a 345D Loader Fit a 5600 Ford Tractor?

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10-28-2019 12:58:00

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Ok that answers my main question that I needed to know. I wasn’t sure if the difference from the 3 cylinder to 4 cylinder would be a problem or if the loader stuck out enough it could work for both easily with out much modification.

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10-29-2019 13:23:56

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 Re: Will a 345D Loader Fit a 5600 Ford Tractor? in reply to cowboy.2010, 10-28-2019 12:58:00  
just food for thought here, I have a 345C which is the same, the bolster is a bit shorter than I remember the 5000 to be, and there's not tons of room between the nose and the cross support, as said, a welder can do wonders!, Cowboy please yell if I can measure
anything for you.

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10-29-2019 02:50:49

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 Re: Will a 345D Loader Fit a 5600 Ford Tractor? in reply to cowboy.2010, 10-28-2019 12:58:00  
As for a torch/welder project I don't think it would be a big job to lengthen the side frames to fit under your rear axles.
As Sean said, the front of the side frames would bolt right to your bolster.
According to tractodata.com the onboard pump on a 5600 puts out nearly 10 gpm.
That would be enough flow to do a lot of useful work.
I think if you could get the loader cheaply it would be worth taking some careful measurements at least.

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