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148 loader on 4430 or 4230

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Lincoln

05-21-2007 10:36:35




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Will a JD 148 loader fit on a JD 4430 or a JD 4230?




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dds-inc

05-21-2007 19:12:09




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 Re: 148 loader on 4430 or 4230 in reply to Lincoln, 05-21-2007 10:36:35  
yeah, a 148 will. If you can find a 158, it will have a longer reach. A 168 is a rare loader, and i would put it on a 4630 or 4640



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Bob 666 A

05-21-2007 15:50:54




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 Re: 148 loader on 4430 or 4230 in reply to Lincoln, 05-21-2007 10:36:35  
Have had a 148 loader on a 4430 since 1980. Had to add gussets to the bucket and as long as we did not put the duals on it handled it well. Considered putting D9 decals on ot for the work it done for us. It is still in use today. Also have a new style loader on a 4450 but like the old 148 loader better.



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MSM

05-21-2007 11:08:51




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 Re: 148 loader on 4430 or 4230 in reply to Lincoln, 05-21-2007 10:36:35  
Yes it will fit,with the rowcrop irons,but use it with care,that much tractor can bend it or spring it fairly easily.For moving round bales or loading light material it should last,just don't try to use it for a bulldozer.



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