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    Smile Re: Bob tach 7TL vs. pin on

    Try this link
    Adaptor Plate
    also here
    EverythingAttachments.com
    and another
    https://www.forddistributing.com/t/m...dapter-plates/

    I found these by Goggling "adapter plates for loader bucket".

    Hope this helps
    2011 CT 235 with FEL, Filled rear tires, 6 foot Land Pride Box Blade, Ansung Terra Force YJR074 tiller, Ansung Terra Force 42 inch pallet forks, Ford 503 3pt side delivery rake, IH 1300 9 ft sickle mower, Hesston 4550 baler, Kuhn PZ 170 drum mower, Kuhn 222T Tedder. Hydraulic top link. Overhead light bar, various Titan hitch adapters, along with rear flood light on the tractor.

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    Default Re: Bob tach 7TL vs. pin on

    Quote Originally Posted by SSdoxie View Post
    I bought mine from the dealer last year. List price is over $700, probably closer to $800 now but I got a lower price since I wasn't in big hurry and they ordered it on stock order so no freight charges. I also bought the mounting frame from them at same time. I don't know what, if anything, is available in and aftermarket that fits this loader. I like the Bobcat one, it comes with new pivot pins and width between the cylinder holes is spaced to allow the bucket level indicater fit.
    My dealer quoted me $907 for the pin on to Bob tach adapter. $200 for the conversion plate. $1107 for the conversion just feels too high for a tractor and loader that I paid $11,100 new.

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    Default Re: Bob tach 7TL vs. pin on

    Where are you located? I'm sure my dealer will give a better price but don't know if the freight cost would offset it much.
    Dennis

    CT225 w/7TL QA FEL, 60"tooth dirt bucket, 68" smooth bucket, Pallet Forks, Bale Spear. Hydrualic top llin, QH, 48 RC, 60" tiller, Angle blade, Landscape rake, Carry-all, Post hole auger.

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    Default Re: Bob tach 7TL vs. pin on

    Quote Originally Posted by krazsk View Post
    My dealer quoted me $907 for the pin on to Bob tach adapter. $200 for the conversion plate. $1107 for the conversion just feels too high for a tractor and loader that I paid $11,100 new.
    That is why I bought the Bob-Tach with the tractor purchase. Was not that much of a difference.

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