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I was wondering if you guys won't mind posting pictures of your tractors with loaders? I have been wanting to build one for some time now and finaly found a Wheel Horse without any attachments. I picked it up yesterday and can't wait toget started. Thank you. :notworthy:

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Now that is a great idea...a snow/dirt plow on the front loader. You can push to the end of the drive, then lift to pile it up.

I have seen this type of set-up on a full size backhoe for clearing parking lots in the winter.

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Wallfish is a great showoff! :notworthy: Seriously, that is one sweet setup. Something I would love to have but I do half half of it...

Here it is with 8.50 duals. It is a 1979 C-161 8-Speed with a 1979 WH FEL...

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And here it is with 10.50 singles and removing a tree stump...

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Ok I can never resist posting pictures. :notworthy:

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Bucket works in snow also.

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Hi here is some photos! for tractor we have looked at over the years! they may help!

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this is how they go on a d160 d180 and d200 and how the pump goes on ! it is belt drive!

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This is a d160 d180 and d200 under frame if you look et the d250 they are not the same!

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250 photos and look at the under frame!

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Here is how a d250 pump goes on!

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good luck with your tractor! :notworthy: :thumbs:

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Here's my C-81 with a Brantly loader mounted on a Kwik-Way sub-carriage.

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Hey, guys love the loader photo I am rebuilding a D 160 loader. what type of tubing used on the loader? I will post photos when its done javascript:emoticon(':D')

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If things go right this weekend I will button mine up ( GT16 with ark loader) and have some pictures to show also. Have to wait and see, See ya, Bye Burly :D

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Also if anyone might be interested I have a Raider 8 that has a twelve horse Kohler that used to have a six speed rearend but now has an 8 speed that happens to have a Johnson workhorse loader on it. If anyone has any interest drop me an email. I have pictures. Brrly1@yahoo.com

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I would love to put a loader on my 312-8. How tough are loaders to come by, and where would I look?

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I've been looking in my neck of the woods for one, and not finding much. I gave up and getting one built. I bought the plans from PF Engineering, and buddy works at a metal shop, he is getting me scrap pieces from jobs he's doing, so the only thing I might have to buy is a sheet of 1/8" to bend the bucket, ($37 his price) and maybe some misc. pieces. Then I need to get all the hydro stuff, which even if I had to buy all the steel, is gonna be the expensive stuff.

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The Sears loader pic posted above, does anyone know if that will work on a 'horse, more specifically a 520?? I think I found one like that local to me for a good price. If not a 520, would be a close match??

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My 310-8.

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sned hows that loader working out for you.

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It's working out great. I had a truckload of dirt delivered just so I could play. I discovered I can do quite a bit with it. There are a few problems but I am working on clearing them up. I can't get it to start in low. Lever all the way left feels like I am barely getting it in. something underneath is preventing it from sliding further left.

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