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    Platinum Member rjmack's Avatar
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    Default workbull loader

    any idea what an old workbull will pick up with the loader?

    2000 lbs?
    2009 mf gc2410
    1972 Patrick Lift Truck
    1949 Allis Chalmers WD

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    Fairfield, New Brunswick, Canada
    Massey Ferguson 35 Deluxe

    Default Re: workbull loader

    My old 202 Workbull will lift round bales with ease. I have a snow scoop that weighs 500 plus pounds that I have weighed on the hanging scales. I have had full buckets of manure in my 5'6" snow bucket with no problem. I don't think that I have lifted 2000 lbs. My problem has always been not having enough weight on the rear end as mine does not have the backhoe on it. The hydraulics seem strong enough and the pump is strong but i am not sure if the front end or the front wheels and rims would handle that much weight. Just my 2 cents worth though.

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