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 01-15-2002, 00:22 Post: 34583
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 John Deere 70 loader strength vs. 410 loader strength

Which bucket is better? I have read many articles and forums about the bucket on the 70 loader and they say that it can bend, actually alot of people say they can see the arms starting to bend. If someone could help me understand which bucket is better for digging and carrying please let me know.
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 01-18-2002, 21:24 Post: 34685
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 John Deere 70 loader strength vs. 410 loader strength

Hello ???

I have a JD70 FEL and my bucket was bent when I purchased it. (used) I have had good suggestions on correcting it and will do it this winter (FL. type). I can not help you with a comparison of modern buckets as this is my first newer tractor. The OLD JD buckets appear to be built heavier than my 2000 mdl. as I have used one on a mid 70's JD 850 and it IS heavier built. I guess it's the new cheaper design. I have not noticed any bending of the arms, but I will inspect them this weekend. I have attempted lifting things where all that happens is the front goes down and the arms quit going up. I hope the hydraulics will not excede the strength of the design. Thanks for the info. JOHN






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 01-19-2002, 07:12 Post: 34699
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 John Deere 70 loader strength vs. 410 loader strength

I think a main source of bent buckets is people trying to lift heavy loads from hooks or chain loops at the centre of the bucket. I think a main source of bent arms, frames is people trying to use the bucket angled down like a dozer blade.

Engineering should be adequate for most use, but it's always possible to abuse things. Of course, it's harder to abuse heavy-duty things. People do weld reinforcing srips onto buckets so they can do more without bending. They also take it easy when using loaders for digging. I never thought loaders were very good for digging, and I do almost all my shallow excavations with a box scraper and deeper ones with a back hoe. I wouldn't expect my loader arms to bend just by lifting weight in the bucket. Using it curled down to cut away dirt and then hitting a buried rock might bend any loader.







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