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    Kubota B7100 HST/Kubota L4350MDT/John Deere L130

    Default Re: Loaders $1500 -includes installation-Pacific N

    Buck, Do you have any pictures you can post or a link to a website with photos? I've scoured your website, but can't find any. Thanks

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    Platinum Member PitbullMidwest's Avatar
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    1998 Kubota L2900GST

    Default Re: Loaders $1500 -includes installation-Pacific N

    Hey Malt,
    Everytime I read one of your posts my firewall kicks in and will not load your pic. It ain't located on some necked lady site is it? [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Loaders $1500 -includes installation-Pacific N

    No necked ladies, or dudes for that matter. Its a quirky site so I'll move it. Truth be known, its not really me, but it is my gun.... er beer.

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    Elite Member Tractors4u's Avatar
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    Deere 4310, Kubota L355, John Deere SST18 Spin Steer, 2006 Polaris Ranger

    Default Re: Loaders $1500 -includes installation-Pacific NW US

    <font color=blue>..John, to tell you the truth I'm not sure. I would
    imagine that OHSA would require safty stickers and
    warnings to cover 97% of the loader (ha!). I do have
    farmers in ur area that have employees that use our
    loaders but I'm not certain if they know if its OK or
    not. </font color=blue>

    As long as the farmer does not have over 10 employees he is exempt from OSHA rules and regs. The loaders would require warning decals. I am pretty sure but would have to check the code book, that there would need to be some engineering data on the loader. Depending on the manufacturing techniques, they might require a load test of loader.

    Brent

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