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    Does any body know of a source for the "weld-on "hooks" to make other attachments for the 300 loader? I can make my own, but it would be easier to buy "ready-made" if they aren't too high. ~~ grnspot110
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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    I thought about those too.
    What I decided was to make them by cuting a pipe section and welding parts to it. Not as hard as it sounds, maybe a half hour job.

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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    Don't quote me, but I thought you could buy those through JD.

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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    I thought so too.
    But over the years, there have been several posts in TBN threads on these brackets. I think it is the best system going. Light weight (especially compared to the skidsteer bracket offered as a Deere option) and easy to attach.

    Maybe a search will pop up some good ideas for OP.

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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    Grnspot,

    You can get them from JD parts. A couple years back I got those brackets and the lower pins. I got them for 200 loader, but I think it's the same parts for the 300. I think the whole set was only around $60. I definitely thought that was easier than building the parts.

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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    You can buy the "hooks" and "pins" from JDParts...The #'s are:


    W47211 PIN,
    W43359 HOOK, BUCKET

    Or you can make your own with angle iron and CAT3 pins, see attached pictures.
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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    Thanks for the #, I'm working on a set for a 5' boom, but don't have all the iron I need on hand. Have to wait on that 'til Monday. Found the hook on jdparts, $11.99, not really that bad!

    I'm cutting up a 3-pt boom I had to make the 5' boom, 3-pt part will make the base for a weight unit. I've got 70# of railroad rail & 2-100# suitcase weights, will make a good start! ~~ grnspot110

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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    Nice restore on the Clausing Kenny! What's the swing?
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    sounds like a fun project. As you know on TBN, we liked pics!
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    Default Re: JD Quick-Attach Brackets

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob-D View Post
    Nice restore on the Clausing Kenny! What's the swing?
    Thank you, it's a 10" x 24".
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