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  1. #11
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    Default Re: ym2000 tire changer

    Coldwater, PM sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldwater View Post


    With a little help from a YM2000
    what loader is lite duty????
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    Default Re: ym2000 tire changer

    Wow! I know my old dealer-installed loader couldn't do that.

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    Default Re: ym2000 tire changer

    impressive that the bucket did not bend!
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    Default Re: ym2000 tire changer

    Quote Originally Posted by clemsonfor View Post
    impressive that the bucket did not bend!
    are bucket are heavier then most loader that size. and we put a 2x4 x3/16 tube at the top. i see a lot of used loader come in when we buy tractors that are big names that are lite weight.welded up all over from broken steel and welds and lite made bucket that are bent up all over.
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    Default Re: ym2000 tire changer

    Quote Originally Posted by Coldwater View Post
    are bucket are heavier then most loader that size. and we put a 2x4 x3/16 tube at the top. i see a lot of used loader come in when we buy tractors that are big names that are lite weight.welded up all over from broken steel and welds and lite made bucket that are bent up all over.
    thats the only complaint i have with my bulldog loader, bucket is too light'a duty. it is bent right outta shape!
    Paul YM1500 & YM14 MkII

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