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06-12-2020 11:16:54

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I have a Ford 2000 4cly with a Ford 525 loader. I want to get a Ford with 8 speed to put this loader on it, the 2000 is to fast in first gear. Will this loader bolt up and work on a 3400 tractor?

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06-13-2020 05:16:53

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 Re: Ford Loader in reply to born2farm, 06-12-2020 11:16:54  
I will see if I can post a picture of it.

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Shaun Wallace

06-12-2020 13:31:30

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 Re: Ford Loader in reply to born2farm, 06-12-2020 11:16:54  
Every 3400 I have seen have loaders on them.

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06-12-2020 14:12:56

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 Re: Ford Loader in reply to Shaun Wallace, 06-12-2020 13:31:30  
Many do not.

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Sean in PA

06-12-2020 11:47:09

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 Re: Ford Loader in reply to born2farm, 06-12-2020 11:16:54  
I can't find any information on a model 525 loader. There was a model 725 loader that was made for the pre-1965 4 cylinder tractors, and there was a I9-525 loader frame that was part of the model 735 loader that was used on the 515 and 4400 model tractors.

Since it is currently on a pre-1965 2000 tractor, I would bet that it is a model 725 loader, and if so, the frame is too narrow to fit on a 3400 or any of the 1965+ 3 cylinder tractors.

If it is a I9-525 frame on a 735 loader, it must have some fabricated mounting brackets to make it fit on a 4 cylinder 2000. While the frame would fit on a 3400, you would probably need to fabricate new front mounting brackets or at least modify the ones that are on there to make it work.

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