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Arps b400 front end loader

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01-08-2021 17:13:28

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Can anyone tell me anything about my arps twin draulic b400 front end loader? What does it fit, and can I make it work on my 67 ford 3000? It was passed down from a family member who has had alot of strokes and he cant remember.

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01-09-2021 20:08:09

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 Re: Arps b400 front end loader in reply to Scottk, 01-08-2021 17:13:28  
Found out it's off a 60 something allis. Not sure how much work will be involved but will soon find out. Thank you

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01-09-2021 06:47:40

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 Re: Arps b400 front end loader in reply to Scottk, 01-08-2021 17:13:28  
"Can I make it work on my Ford 3000?" depends up on the mounts. Most loaders are 'universal',will 'fit' a multitude of tractors. Only the mounting brackets are tractor specific.Only way to find out is some up close observation. grab a tape measure,observe bolt holes,and other things.then you can make a determination.Often times,a set of mounts can be easily modifyed to fit a different tractor with a little torch work and welding.

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