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Re: Broken H


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Posted by I posted yesterday... on June 11, 2004 at 11:07:08 from (69.54.2.19):

In Reply to: Broken H posted by Tinker-belle on June 11, 2004 at 08:06:47:

These pics:

Same thing happened to me and is not all that uncommon I am told...It is the loader puting stress on the hydraulic/bell housing...There was an after-market 'rail kit' that goes from the front rails to the rear end casting...

If you do not have these rails DO NOT go back to using the loader...The rails are easy enough to fab out of really thick bar-stock and should be in place if you intend to use the loader again...

We have opted to get rid of the loader and go with an after-market 3-point hitch for the rear end...

Glad no one was hurt...I wasn't either, but it is a might startling, I tell you what...

Salmoneye,


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