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 11-17-2003, 23:34 Post: 68995
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What's to know about 2210 installation and removal of a FEL other than what is in the manual. At first it was the new paint but it still seems difficult to get the arms to release or line up to allow the spring loaded pins to engage or release. Anyone have any special procedure for success?
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 11-18-2003, 14:17 Post: 69023
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 2210 FEL Attach and Removal Info

Seems to work best on hard (concrete garage floor) surfaces, had a little harder time when I had it off in the back lawn. A little extra manipulation of the hydraulic controls was all it took to get things back in working order--when the dealer showed me this the first time I was a little sceptical, but you really do let the hydraulics do it all for you.






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 11-18-2003, 16:33 Post: 69030
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 2210 FEL Attach and Removal Info

I'll echo what b8fish said and add a few more things:

1. When you disconnect FEL, lift the loader off the tractor support arms just enough to clear the front wheels and no further.
2. Keep the tractor in nuetral when installing the FEL and the tractor should roll forward into place. You can adjust the tractor fore and aft if you think it is necessary.
3. If your FEL will not line up with the front end bracket holes then you need to loosen the 2 large carriage bolts on loader frame. Then mount your loader and tighten the bolts to specs. Mine goes on with no fuss since doing this procedure.






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 11-19-2003, 20:33 Post: 69137
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 2210 FEL Attach and Removal Info

I still remeber the first time I tried to re-mount my 210 loader. Had the misfortune of trying to do it at night. I was pissed! by the time I finished. Then I found "the trick". When remounting, raise the hydraulics until the front wheels are 6" off the ground, then carefully plant both feet on the black loader mounting plate on the front end of the tractor and bounce as necessary to re-engage. I've never had a problem since. Obviously the tractor is a little light to do it unnassisted.






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 11-21-2003, 11:21 Post: 69266
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Tractor and FEL returned from dealer after frame alignment
On and off no problem now. The mowhoward procedure works the best for me now. Thanks to all who helped me with this startup problem.






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