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    Default 200cx loader

    Does the bucket on the 200cx detach from the frame, to allow other implements to be used in its' place, ie;pallet forks?

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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    Yes, picture of pallet forks on 200CX loader attached.
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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    Thanks, the closer I get to putting my money down, the more questions I seem to have.

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    Davkir

    How much can you lift with these forks with the 200cx loader? I looked at JD set up but was concerned about the weight of the forks and what would be left to lift a load? What tractor do you have these on?

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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    JD says approx 800+/- on a 2520 w/fel. Are the pallet forks an even weight exchange for the bucket?

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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    I don't know how much it will lift, but I think the pallet forks are about 250 lbs. compared to the J.D. ones which I think are more like 400.
    If you use a lot of ballast, my 2305 will lift quite a bit. I move my dumpster around when it is empty or has lightweight stuff like hay in it. Pallets with 10 bales of hay, stacks of rubber horse mats, landscaping material...they're pretty handy.
    I will TRY to attach a couple of pictures.
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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    This is the dumpster I move around.
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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    Looks like your getting a ton of use from the forks [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    Do you think that you could lift a reasonable load (palleted) from the back of a semi, or straight job? [img]/forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: 200cx loader

    Well, this is just an opinion, but I would be much more carefull if I were trying to lift near the maximum weight with the forks up very high in the air. If you lift too much close to the ground the tractor will "tell" you and if you keep your hand on the control, you can react quickly.
    I probably wouldn't try to lift more then 400 or 500 lbs. off of a truck even with a lot of ballast.

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