Front-End Loader Where to find a replacment bucket for my loader?

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popsx3

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The bucket on my ford 7700 loader has rotted away. Suggestions on locating a replacement close to central MS?
Thanks,
 
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cglaser104

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You could always check with the boys at everything attachments. I would assume you need a pin on style loader bucket. I believe Ford merged with new Holland so you could also inquire at the local new Holland dealership
 
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4570Man

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Probably buy a new one. Most people want 3/4 of new price for a 3/4 worn out bucket.
 
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Turbys_1700

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Couple years ago when I purchased my T4.75 New South included a bucket at cost. I would suggest contacting a dealer to get a price then contact a local fabricator to see what they could make one for. I would guess that the cost is pretty close to factory. It's all labor and materials.
 
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Time and moisture, rust never sleeps.
 
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cglaser104

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Best thing you can do with anything made of metal is keep it dry, out of the weather and painted/sealed and in use. The less you do of those things the faster it rots
 
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MH8675309

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We sold a 45 hp compact new Holland at one of our sales. The bucket on that was used and abused - more work than it was designed for and constant contact with manure. Barely enough left to fix
 
 
 
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