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Sauder Loader Question.

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07-17-2006 04:28:48

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I recently acquired a Sauder brothers Front end loader for a 9n. I have the rear mounting bracket, but none of the front brackets, I was wondering if anyone has any photos of the front brackets, or illustrations, to show me how they were originally set up, It appears that they would mount on the front axle beams on each side, but I wasn't sure, whether this was the case, and wish to make the bracket, in a way that it would work the best, for loader and tractor. Any Help would be greatly appreciated.

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07-17-2006 12:35:40

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 Re: Sauder Loader Question. in reply to Ehorrell, 07-17-2006 04:28:48  
My sauder loader does not use a bracket
to mount the front to the axle. It does have
a welded bracket to keep the loader from slipping
into the radiator.

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07-17-2006 06:42:23

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 Re: Sauder Loader Question. in reply to Ehorrell, 07-17-2006 04:28:48  
Ooops - bad email address - this should work better:



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07-17-2006 05:23:25

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 Re: Sauder Loader Question. in reply to Ehorrell, 07-17-2006 04:28:48  
I have those brackets and can provide pics/plans if you'd like. Or I can fab a couple for you.

WRT the 9N it requires a specific rear mounting bracket as the one for the 8N's was made to bolt up using the drawbar bolt holes in the differential housing. The 9N doesn't have those holes. Same thing goes for this bracket as the front ones.

Send me email for details.


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