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Front end loader ID help!!

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ptfarmer

02-17-2021 22:26:49




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I need help to ID a front end loader, I've seen the logo before, but I can seem to remember what brand.




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Destroked 450

02-19-2021 17:20:38




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
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Nephew has one like that on his 1086 IH for feeding cows, we get a lot of mud in winter months and the normal size loader is heavy pushing the front tires down into the mud hanging a 2wd tractor.



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Shetland Sheepdog

02-18-2021 17:28:18




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
Ayup, Dunham Lehr/Farmhand 22!

I have 2! One with the smaller lift cylinders is on my 3910, and the other with the larger lift cylinders on my 5610-2 Have a 66" material bucket, a 90" snow bucket & a set of forks, all 3 will attach to either loader.



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ptfarmer

02-18-2021 09:29:13




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
I'm looking at buying one just like the one in the picture, but it will be going on a smaller tractor. I'll be making my own mounts so the mounts will be overkill.



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lugnuts2030

02-18-2021 09:24:51




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
That loader looks about half big enough for that 90hp or more tractor. I would be afraid of mounts or something to fail. Just a thought.



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ptfarmer

02-18-2021 08:25:25




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
Thanks, you guys are awsome!!! I greatly appreciate your knowledge!!!



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Destroked 450

02-18-2021 07:52:00




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
Dunham Lehr model 22 later became Farmhand 22 later bought by Agco

Good loaders for 35-55hp 2WD tractors, makes a good light weight loader for feeding round bales with a larger 2WD tractors.

I have 2, one on a 4000 Ford and one to go on my 6600 project tractor.



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tomstractorsandtoys

02-18-2021 04:38:50




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 22:26:49  
I am thinking it is a Dunham loader. Most were white and usually on smaller tractors. Tom



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JayinNY

02-20-2021 17:51:31




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 02-18-2021 04:38:50  
Had one on a Ford 4600



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rrlund

02-18-2021 06:13:31




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 Re: Front end loader ID help!! in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 02-18-2021 04:38:50  
I agree. The mounts and decals give it away.



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