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Has anyone ever made their own hydraulic 3 point/front loader systems? I would really like to put one on my 414-8 but don't want to jump into anything without any knowledge. By the way I am new here and just now learning how the site works. Thanks and God Bless.

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Welcome to Red Square. I think it would take some very serious engineering and fabrication skills to complete this kind of project. Even with the tools and skills, many hours of time would be required. It might be cheaper to locate one for sale. Building a loader requires knowledge of fluid dynamics, mechanical engineering, and welding. the cost of the steel to build the arms, support and bucket will pale in comparison to the cost of connections, hoses, pump, and valve. However if you feel you possess the skill and desire, I bet there are those on the forum that can help you.

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:WRS: As tractorhogg stated. Others have done it.

Good luck.

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:WRS:

 

Several folks have built their own...do a search on here to see what all has been done.

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