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    Default Converstion from quick to pins

    My fel uses pins, but I've found some skid steer forks for a good price. I don't know yet whether they are a quick attach. But even if they are not, I assume I'll need to change something so that it fits on my pin style fel. Is this something I can get a weding shop to do for a few hundred dollars, or something I don't want to get into? Thanks.

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    Deere 3520 Cab, Deere F935

    Default Re: Converstion from quick to pins

    Ahh...the beauty of Skid Steer QA...

    What you got for a FEL? Reason I ask is many/most MFG's offer the Skid Steer QA Attachment for the loader side right off the shelf....I think there is also some aftermarket companies doing the same thing.

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    Default Re: Converstion from quick to pins

    What brand of FEL.. I was in the same predicament a while back and found it was easier and I think in the long run cheaper to convert my pin style mount over to standard skid steer mount. Of course you have then turn your bucket to a skid steer mount, but you can get the plates on Ebay for under 100 bucks.

    1967 Ford 4000, Box blade, straight blade, FEL, Rake, Bushhog, Backhoe, Jinma chipper, KKII tiller, Grapple.

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    Default Re: Converstion from quick to pins

    It's a Challenger, made by AGCO. Guess I should try to contact them.

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