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Sizing loader to tractor

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Howdryiam

11-21-2020 13:04:56




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I fix appliances not tractors. I swapped a guy a Speed Queen top loader for a non-running 1967 Ford 3000. Thanks to the info on this forum and YT parts the tractor is purring like a kitten. You guys are awesome. So Iíve scanned info for how to size a loader for tractors and think I need to put this specific question out there - see photo: this DuAL loader is on a Farmall 560. Owner says loader model # canít be found. Will it bolt up to my Ford? The cross piece that attaches to the frame of the Farmall has me worried. There is no similar place on the Ford to bolt it to. Question #2 is where to get specs on fitting loaders to the size and stature of the tractor?

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Sean in PA

11-22-2020 05:43:43




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to Howdryiam, 11-21-2020 13:04:56  
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I don't think that it will be a direct bolt-on swap, but some loaders spanned the 4 cylinder and 3 cylinder series time frames and had separate mounting kits for each.



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catalina0029

11-22-2020 04:34:34




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to Howdryiam, 11-21-2020 13:04:56  
Will a loader from a 3000 fit a 4cyl 4000?



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Howdryiam

11-21-2020 17:45:12




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to Howdryiam, 11-21-2020 13:04:56  
Got it and thanks for the lead and tips.



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jchewie

11-21-2020 17:14:38




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to Howdryiam, 11-21-2020 13:04:56  
Best to get a tape measure and a careful comparison. A Google search for 19-512 loader will have a PDF link for a general operator manual but no blueprint dimensions.

I'm in Michigan's Eastern Upper Peninsula.



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jchewie

11-21-2020 15:17:05




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to Howdryiam, 11-21-2020 13:04:56  
Where are you located? I took a working loader off my 3000 and don't really want to put it back on. Ail should be open.



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JWA

11-21-2020 16:40:24




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to jchewie, 11-21-2020 15:17:05  
I'm in W.TN if that's closer and looking for a loader for my 3000.



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Howdryiam

11-21-2020 16:31:02




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to jchewie, 11-21-2020 15:17:05  
Thanks for the info both of you. And, jchewie - Iím out west in Colorado - 30 minutes north of Fort Collins near the Wyoming border. Tell me youíre just up the county road a mile or two :)



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Michford

11-21-2020 13:41:15




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 Re: Sizing loader to tractor in reply to Howdryiam, 11-21-2020 13:04:56  
The loader from the 560 is way too big for a Ford 3000. Depending on your location, you may be able to find a much better loader for your 3000, one that was actually designed for it.



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