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    Default Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    I thought it would be nice to be able to move 3 point attachments with the loader. My bucket is a euro style quick disconnect.









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    Last edited by cleat; 09-30-2012 at 09:54 PM.
    DF 254G2 with cab and Townsunny fel-250 loader with Prince Hydraulics joystick. BE 72" finishing mower and 72" snowblower with hydraulic rotation and deflection. Hydraulic top link, 72" Townsunny box blade. Adaptor to mount 3pt attachments on front end loader in place of the bucket. Woodmax 8" hydraulic feed wood chipper (makes the poor DF work). Pallet forks that mount front or rear.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    Pretty cool!
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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    Very nice. How does that top link work?
    Yuchai YCT dozer, Mustang 2040 skid steer, Mitsubishi MS035 Mini-Ex, Trimble equipped 7' Dual Dozer, and a LiTW BH7600 back hoe for sale.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    Nice job Cleat.

    Here's mine before paint.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    Looks very similar. Now I need to figure out where to store it.
    DF 254G2 with cab and Townsunny fel-250 loader with Prince Hydraulics joystick. BE 72" finishing mower and 72" snowblower with hydraulic rotation and deflection. Hydraulic top link, 72" Townsunny box blade. Adaptor to mount 3pt attachments on front end loader in place of the bucket. Woodmax 8" hydraulic feed wood chipper (makes the poor DF work). Pallet forks that mount front or rear.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    Looks good.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    Fixed, Thanks for the info. I am only partly computer savvy.

    Cleat
    DF 254G2 with cab and Townsunny fel-250 loader with Prince Hydraulics joystick. BE 72" finishing mower and 72" snowblower with hydraulic rotation and deflection. Hydraulic top link, 72" Townsunny box blade. Adaptor to mount 3pt attachments on front end loader in place of the bucket. Woodmax 8" hydraulic feed wood chipper (makes the poor DF work). Pallet forks that mount front or rear.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    I just built and installed support stands with wheels to be able to move this adaptor around the shop easily. The brackets pin on for easy removal once adaptor is on the tractor.










    Cleat
    DF 254G2 with cab and Townsunny fel-250 loader with Prince Hydraulics joystick. BE 72" finishing mower and 72" snowblower with hydraulic rotation and deflection. Hydraulic top link, 72" Townsunny box blade. Adaptor to mount 3pt attachments on front end loader in place of the bucket. Woodmax 8" hydraulic feed wood chipper (makes the poor DF work). Pallet forks that mount front or rear.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    What I built this adaptor for mainly was for these forks. I can put these forks on front or rear of tractor now. I can also move my mower around but obviously no drive to it.


    DF 254G2 with cab and Townsunny fel-250 loader with Prince Hydraulics joystick. BE 72" finishing mower and 72" snowblower with hydraulic rotation and deflection. Hydraulic top link, 72" Townsunny box blade. Adaptor to mount 3pt attachments on front end loader in place of the bucket. Woodmax 8" hydraulic feed wood chipper (makes the poor DF work). Pallet forks that mount front or rear.

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    Default Re: Home built loader to 3 point adaptor

    That's a great Idea. I've thought of building one similar to what Bobcat produces for their skid steers. I have also tinkered with building an adaptor for the 3pt to the SSQA so I could use forks on the rear for a carryall and also keep the bucket on the front. this would come in handy for carrying fence posts, tools and a bucket full of pea gravel for packing in posts.

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