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    Default john deer 430

    here is the loader and backhoe i made for my john deere 430
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    Default Re: john deer 430

    WOW, that is impressive work!
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    Default Re: john deer 430

    What lift capacity does the loader have?

    They look awesome. I have 430, would you make some for me?

    Greg

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    Yes indeed!!! Did you use some plans like PF Engineering or your own design? It really is impressive to see the work that you put into it. Any more pics that you want to share would be nice. And a bit more explanation on your specs and abilities with the hoe and FEL.

    Mike
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    Great job, you are very talented. How long did it take to complete all that work? Nice paint and decals too.
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    Outstanding work Mike!!!! More info on that please!!!!
    2007 JD 2305, 2008 JD 2520 w/200cx loader, Harbor Freight quick hitch, homemade pallet forks, 5' KK tiller, 5' KKxb disc, 4' landpride pulverizer, Frontier RB1072 blade, homemade 5 1/2' lawn roller at 3500lbs, 2005 John Deere 797 w/60" deck, 2009 John Deere 997 w/ 72" deck, 2005 JD HPX Gator w/power dump, 1998 Toro 455D 10.5' deck!

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    Default Re: john deer 430

    thanks and yes it took alot of timei worked off plans i got for machinebuilders.net
    and the loader lift capacity ??? will lift any thing i have try to

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    Default Re: john deer 430

    Dude, seriously, that's awesome. How much do you think you would be able to make another set for? I am looking for a 430 myself.

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    Kool I know that you have that big smile on your face that tells it all.

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    Default Re: john deer 430

    amazing, just a very new concept

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