Four 3/8" bolts seen just below the radiator, attach the loader to the front of the tractor. Been like that for 25+ years, never had a problem with the front end.
Pump mount is welded to the loader frame. Pump is 11 gpm from Northern Tool. Two 3/8" bolts just foreward of the pump go down thru slots in the mount to adjust for pump shaft length.
Pump alignment is critical. Shaft will wear out quickly if it hits on the axel pivot. Eventually (2-3 years) the shaft spline will wear out, as it is softer than the spline it goes into. I usually just cut about 3/4" off the end and adjust the pump mount in to compensate.
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