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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    By the way , everybody okay ?

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    Looks like the trailer and everything on it went for a ride. What happened? There may be more to this. Hopefully no one was hurt.
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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    The trailer took control. We had no personal injury. Very lucky and thanks to the wires in the medium. The Chevy 2500 had minor damage, the trailer frame is bent, the tractor has very minor damage as the loader took the worst part of the tractor damage. We haven't started the tractor yet as we have rain Friday and Saturday, Hope to get everything checked out this week and hopefully back in operation soon. Thanks for all the help.

    We realize we are very lucky.
    Last edited by Shirtman; 02-25-2013 at 01:56 PM.

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    Looks like NO FUN to me. Though it appears the tractor & trailer stayed attached to each other.

    I think that is a frame mount back hoe so that would help support the tractor frame & bell housing some BUT I would give some VERY close inspections to the Bell Housing and Clutch areas as well as the Front Axle area.

    The Loader Hyd Cylinders may have ends bent, on that left arm, they are replaceable & probably in-stock at Tommy's (Affordable Tractor) or C G's.

    The broken/bent loader arm cant be welded it is just steel so not a big deal like someone said probably 4~600 into the tractor FEL. If the Bell housing is broken that would be a major problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shirtman View Post
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    Ouch. I would just let the insurance take care of it all. You have paid all this time and I would want my truck, trailer, and equipment fixed right.

    Why did the trailer get away from the truck?

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Waugh View Post
    Yep, I'd think $5-600 would fix it satisfactorily. Provided you find a good blacksmith/welder with some actual knowledge of tractors and loaders.
    Naw, in addition to those items already mentioned, I see a bowed ram on the right cylinder. Plus the exhaust manifold is likely cracked, the right loader support bracket is suspect, as is the right support arm. And as stated, the tractor attachment points should be thoroughly inspected as well. Plus the trailer needs work, hard tellin' about the backhoe. I'd make it an insurance job, and go for replacements of the damaged items.

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    Do the math before buying anything. Might be cheaper or really close in price to buy a new front end loader. If I did it again I would not buy Jinma FEL, several brands that the dealers carry with far better quality for not much more money.

    BTW, I would not post anything about the accident on the internet. Too easy for it to be used against you.
    2007 Jinma 284, LZ-20FEL, LG-6BH, 5'BB

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    Talked with you this morning shirtman, that pic really jumps out at you when you first look but after looking it may not be too bad. We have most of the loader parts if you need them and that exhaust you wanted. Let me know

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    Thanks Ben. I will be in touch. Our next step is to make sure the tractor is operational.

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    Default Re: Need a support arm for Jinma 254 FEL

    We also have alot of the ZL-20 loader parts ,cylinders, valves, ect. Including all the other parts for your Jinma tractor

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