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Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment

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Jim8923

01-14-2020 10:08:59




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I have a 1949 Farmall m and it has what appears to be a Sears and Roebuck loader. as der
as per the plate on the loader. The hydraulic jacks stand straight up on the side of the tractor and it runs with pulleys and cable. Has anyone ever seen a loader system like this. I was told buy a friend that it is an extremely rare loader set up, can anyone verify that thank you




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FastFarmall

01-14-2020 15:26:48




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to Jim8923, 01-14-2020 10:08:59  
I think IHC had a loader like that also, or else it was a Horn Loader,way back in their day!! I got a F-10 Farmhand with a black smith built bucket, it's just right for snow removal, my dad bought that new, in the early 60's for a $100:00 Dollars !!



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Jim8923

01-14-2020 12:48:39




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to Jim8923, 01-14-2020 10:08:59  
What I wanted to do was sell the tractor and I believe I have a good idea when a fair price would be, but I wasn't sure weather the loader / snow plow makes the tractor worth more or less money?



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DR. EVIL

01-14-2020 11:10:46




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to Jim8923, 01-14-2020 10:08:59  
I just saw a loader on an H on FaceBook yesterday that sounds like that Sears loader. Ii had never seen even a picture before yesterday. Caswell loaders were pretty common around home in the late 1950's and early '60's till they all got replaced. Had a LARGE cylinder mounted low in front, pointed straight up right in front of the grill of the tractor. Two chains crossed over pulleys on the top of the rod of the cylinder. Had pretty good lifting power even with the stock belly pumps on H's & M's. But the bucket bounced terribly across rough ground, no down force, was a lever on the right side mount on the axle carrier you could easily adjust the pitch of the bucket to get it to dig. Seems like there was an additional oil reservoir on the loader so you could lift the bucket higher than the 6 quarts of oil in the Liftall would allow. I did say that cylinder was really BIG. That Caswell survived a lot of years of use, survived better than the Stan-Hoist that replaced it. Saw a real nice Super M with a equally nice Stan-Hoist loader about 2 years ago right now. Really didn't have a way to haul it, was going to buy it for the loader and flip the tractor. It was gone by the time I decided to just buy it.

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Jim8923

01-14-2020 12:51:20




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to DR. EVIL, 01-14-2020 11:10:46  
Thanks for the reply, I did download a picture of the setup. Even though it's not in the right place you'll get the idea of what it is thank you so much



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onefarmer

01-14-2020 10:29:15




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to Jim8923, 01-14-2020 10:08:59  
Is it kinda like this only with cables and the cylinders more vertical? Don't know anything about it, but my neighbor had one on a H.




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Jim8923

01-14-2020 12:52:41




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to onefarmer, 01-14-2020 10:29:15  
I downloaded a picture, I hope that gives you an idea what mine does look like thank you



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cornerpost

01-14-2020 10:38:19




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to onefarmer, 01-14-2020 10:29:15  
Picture is New Idea Horn loader. Dad had one on 400. Had old drive under cable winch for lifting wagon boxes. Drive under, hook cables on booms. Have on or off in 5 minutes. Good loader for its time.



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Kansas4010

01-14-2020 12:55:11




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to cornerpost, 01-14-2020 10:38:19  
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Dave H (MI)

01-14-2020 13:51:09




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to Kansas4010, 01-14-2020 12:55:11  
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NY 986

01-14-2020 10:13:50




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to Jim8923, 01-14-2020 10:08:59  
I don't think that I have ever seen a Sears front end loader. Pics?



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Jim8923

01-14-2020 12:54:59




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 Re: Farmall m with Sears and Roebuck loader attachment in reply to NY 986, 01-14-2020 10:13:50  
I have downloaded a pic for you



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