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    Default small tractor/loader

    Does anyone know if there is such a thing as a small tractor/loader with outside width of less than 42 inches, also a belly mount mower would help.

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    Morris -

    I've used the <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.bobcat.com/cgi-bin/view.ssl.ind.cgi?model=463>Bobcat 463</A> a few times, and it's one powerful little machine. It can squeeze through a 36" door and do a lot or work. No belly mower, of course, but with the Bob-Tach system, you can probably stick one on the front.

    Something to look at anyway.

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    Morris,

    From memory (take with a grain of salt) the B7400 minimum is ~ 38" and the B7500 is~43". This is with the tires all the way in. Also there is a narrow version of the B7500. I don't think kubota makes a loader that is less than 42" for these tractors.
    Al

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    I know Ingersoll Rand makes one.
    Nick

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    Power Trac PT425 2001 Model Year

    Default Re: small tractor/loader

    My PT425 is 43". Sorry. Just curious, why the size limit?

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    Here are some of the specs on Yanmar tractors. The four digit models are Grey market and widely available.
    Cameron


    Model HP YL Trans Year Weight L W H
    YM 1100D 4 WD 14 2 gear drive 77-82 948 72" 34" 45"
    YM 1110D 4 WD 13 2 power shift 77-82 1020
    YM 122 2 WD 12 1 gear drive 84-89 829 YM 1300D 4 WD 16 2 gear drive 75-80 1135 81" 38" 65"
    YM 1301 2 WD 16 3 gear drive 81-83 1124 85" 38" 68"
    YM 1301D 4 WD 16 3 gear drive 81-83 1190 85" 38" 68"
    YM 135 2 WD 13 2 gear drive 77-81 995 YM 135D 4 WD 13 2 gear drive 77-81 1090 YM 140-2 2 WD 14 2 gear drive 84-89 1406 YM 140-4 4 WD 14 2 gear drive 84-89 1505 YM 1401 2 WD 18 3 gear drive 79-81 1080 84" 38" 69"
    YM 1401D 4 WD 19 3 gear drive 79-81 1168 84" 38" 69"
    YM 146 2 WD 14 2 gear drive 84-89 884

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    87 Ingersoll 444, 84 Ingersoll224/'44 GreavlyL/60'sGreavlyL/49 Ford 8N

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    Nicklan.
    Nope Its not Ingersoll-Rand, Its just Ingersoll. Two seprete companys.

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    Ooops!
    Nick

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    87 Ingersoll 444, 84 Ingersoll224/'44 GreavlyL/60'sGreavlyL/49 Ford 8N

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    The Ingersoll would be something to look at. Not sure on the exect size, but they are small, and built like a tank. A new model they just came out with also has 4wd.

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    John Deere made a version of the 4100, the 4100N that is specified at 36" wide with the Ag tires, but they don't list a loader as being available for this model. Maybe an after-market loader could be fitted?

    - Rick





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