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  1. #1
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    Default Lifting Capacity

    Can anyone advise the 3 point hitch lifting capacity for a 1986 Iseki TS2810?

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    Default Re: Lifting Capacity

    Hi,

    I've been looking for you, and it is really hard to find the lift capacity. I did a lot of research on it, and it looks like it may be a cross with a Bolens g292, and a White 2-35 It looks like the lift capacity is somewhere around 2000lbs. My Iseki TX1300F is a 15 HP, and it is rated for around 800lbs. I'll keep looking for you. Do you have any photos of your tractor? How many HP is it? Thanks, and welcome to the forum!
    Mitch

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    Default Re: Lifting Capacity

    Mitch,
    Thanks for taking time out to help here.
    The tractor is 28hp, no photo's to hand but a google search for Iseki TS2810 brings up a few.

    Chris

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    ISEKI TS-2810

    Default Re: Lifting Capacity

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    Hi Guys,

    Sorry for jumping in but I have a 2810 and have lifted over 1500lbs with a "Carry All" full of 6' pieces of white oak. Since no one could come up with a picture...Here is one of me taking a break after spreading some three dump truck loads of gravel around my new shop! I love the box scraper from King Kutter (I grew up in Fayette Alabama and have welded up a bunch of bush hogs when that is all they made!) really great people...I digress....Enjoy!

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    Nice picture. Thought I'd load a rear box with bags of fertiliser to see just how much it will lift, nice to know it'll take 1500lbs or more though - thanks.

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    Default Re: Lifting Capacity

    Lift capacity is a hard thing to estimate. It depends how close to the tractor the weight is. Usually the limiting factor is how light the front of the tractor becomes.

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    Iseki TA 247. Husqvarna 54", Cub Zero Turn.Polaris 850 ATV's Stihl 018 026 Pro, 029, 034 Super AV, 039, 044 Mag. Stihl Pole Saw.

    Default Re: Lifting Capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by melovelo View Post
    Nice picture. Thought I'd load a rear box with bags of fertiliser to see just how much it will lift, nice to know it'll take 1500lbs or more though - thanks.
    I have a TA 247 about a 1994 27 hp manual says 1300# 3pt and 800# loader. Yours I think is a larger tractor. I have never lifted anything but logs with the 3pt and I'm sure it would get light in the front if I lifted the capacity.

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