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  1. #1
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    Apr 2008

    Default parking a loader

    how do you store your loader for extended periods of time? I remove mine in fall for the snowblower, come spring there is so much pressure on the fitting I have to crack them open to relieve the pressure to be able re hook them to the tractor? any easy way out there or am I doing it wrong

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    Old Timer Soundguy's Avatar
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    Mar 2002
    Central florida
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    Default Re: parking a loader

    pretty normal. even if you set the laoder down and relaxe the controlls fully when you drop it. heat / cold cycles may make pressure in the lines. lay a shop rag over the pin or ball on themale qd and pop with a hammer or screwdriver handle...

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    Silver Member roman's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    W Central New Hampshire
    Ford 1720

    Default Re: parking a loader

    I place a rag over the male end and push it on the loader frame. Make sure the male end is free of any dirt etc before reconnecting.
    Ford 1720, Sims cab, FEL, Woods subframe backhoe, Wallenstein 3 pth splitter, 5' blade, 3 pth carry-all, 3 pth ballast, 3 pth folding fork's

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