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    Default Re: Loader bucket levelling aid

    Quote Originally Posted by swick1 View Post
    I use pallet forks a lot too, so I have plenty of experience.
    That's exactly why I added the second indicator to my setup. It makes it really easy to get the forks level when they are at a height where you can't see them (which seems to be more often than not).

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    Default Re: Loader bucket levelling aid

    Quote Originally Posted by john haylow View Post
    I have an older L3650 with a LA650 loader that I like to have some type of a levelling aid so I know when my bucket is level. I was wondering if anyone has made or has an idea for this.
    Thanks,
    John
    I had that exact tractor/loader combination.

    On the top right side of the bucket is a 4" - 5" long piece of flat bar that is parallel to the bottom of the bucket. There should be (or used to be) a sticker on it that states it is the level indicator.

    lreops has it right.
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    Default Re: Loader bucket levelling aid

    Quote Originally Posted by gwdixon View Post
    I had that exact tractor/loader combination.

    On the top right side of the bucket is a 4" - 5" long piece of flat bar that is parallel to the bottom of the bucket. There should be (or used to be) a sticker on it that states it is the level indicator.

    lreops has it right.
    Thanks for the replies. The bucket is not a kubota. But I can see from all your replies a have a few options.
    Thanks again,
    John

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    Default Re: Loader bucket levelling aid

    John,, This is the way mine is set up.. simple design,, you could paint the top of the tube stock,, but you will know when your bucket is level after about ten minute of use.. Lou

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    Default Re: Loader bucket levelling aid

    Thanks Lou,
    John

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