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    Member DUSTMAKER's Avatar
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    PT1445/Cat307 Excavator/komatsu WA180 Wheel Loader/cat D3C/Deere 244J

    Default Re: New 244J photos

    Trailer weighs 3,300, loader weighs 10,640 without operator or anything on the front end. That is probably a little low on the loader weight, I have added a few options, going to have to put it on scales. And then there is tie downs.
    Paul

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    Default Re: New 244J photos

    How does the flail work on the loader? I was going to sub a buddy with a volvo mini loader but it seemed hard to use with out a hydrostatic trans.
    Ted [FONT="Comic Sans MS"]


    TR Landworks, LLC

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    JD 110 TLB

    Default Re: New 244J photos

    Deere claims the loader weights 11500lbs+. So between the tractor and trailer your about 15k give or take. I was wondering about the flail mower also can you share the details?

    Matt T.
    Deere 110 TLB, 16' Load Trail Low Pro Dump Trailer, 2015 GMC 3500HD Duramax, Kawasaki 4010 Mule,21' Cam Superline Split Deck Tilt Trailer

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    PT1445/Cat307 Excavator/komatsu WA180 Wheel Loader/cat D3C/Deere 244J

    Default Re: New 244J photos

    That is the listed operating weight (11,552) with 1yard bucket,full fuel and 175lb operator. The 1yard bucket weighs 736. I don't have a flail mower yet, was going to rent one to experiment with first. The accelerator is really easy to hold the engine rpm where you want and the inching pedal makes it easy to adjust speed. I would think the Volvo would be even easier if you had their hand throttle control and hand adjustable inching valve. However the Volvo's foot inching pedal was a lot harder to push and maintain a slower speed with higher throttle settings.

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    PT1445/Cat307 Excavator/komatsu WA180 Wheel Loader/cat D3C/Deere 244J

    Default Re: New 244J photos

    This is the universal skid steer QA adapter I am going to use for some of my attachments including the flail mower. Deer calls it there Worksite pro.
    Paul
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    JD 6190R, JD 6430, JD 4720, JD 244J, JD6110, Bobcat V417

    Default Re: New 244J photos

    Dustmaker
    I have been reading your (old) thread from 2008 about your 244j loader. As I am thinking about getting one I am wondering how you feel about yours after four years if you still have it?

    Would love any comments you have as well as any new pictures.

    Thanks
    karlg

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