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4Star Loader

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11-23-2019 10:19:25

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Just curious on how much this tractor could or should pick with a Oliver/Schwartz 1510 Loader tapped into the original hydro system using the factory levers.

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Alan K

11-26-2019 21:56:11

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 Re: 4Star Loader in reply to J.A.R, 11-23-2019 10:19:25  
Just to add, if it is an earlier system (one hydraulic line coming out of the hydraulic pump) I wouldnt strain it too hard. The 4 Stars with the later external plumbing were better systems.

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11-23-2019 16:37:49

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 Re: 4Star Loader in reply to J.A.R, 11-23-2019 10:19:25  
Anyone have an idea on how hard it is to find spindles for these?

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11-23-2019 16:19:48

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 Re: 4Star Loader in reply to J.A.R, 11-23-2019 10:19:25  
It does have a wide front. I want to use it for moving 5x5 round bales so I dont have to move skid loader back an forth. But if they break doing that I'm sure they will break moving bales. Looks like I'll have to use it as a toy thanks for the input.

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11-23-2019 16:33:57

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 Re: 4Star Loader in reply to J.A.R, 11-23-2019 16:19:48  
I have a Jet 3 Super which has a very similar front axle. I move 5x5 bales with it every year. I usually move two at a time with one on the back & one on the front. The one on the back helps to counterbalance the one on the front some. Have never broken a spindle hauling bales but have broken a couple over the years hauling buckets full of dirt.

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Ill John

11-23-2019 16:15:47

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 Re: 4Star Loader in reply to J.A.R, 11-23-2019 10:19:25  
If you have a wide front, you can break a front spindle, been there done that picking 2 14.9x38 loaded tires.

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