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    Default Ford 3000/727 loader

    I hate to keep asking about this,But I don't really know.I want to put a Ford 727 loader on my Ford 3000 diesel,what thickness of plate should I use?Can I move the original brackets on the loader?This loader mounts are a lot different than the mounts on the 3000.Any feed back would be so helpful

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    Veteran Member jimmysisson's Avatar
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    Default Re: Ford 3000/727 loader

    Did you try in the New Holland sub-forum? Might get an answer quicker. Not from me, though...
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    Default Re: Ford 3000/727 loader

    i'd go 1/2" if possible.

    many loaders can be made to fit many tractors with different or modified brackets.

    torch and welder and grinder type jobs..

    soundguy

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