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 07-13-2004, 20:34 Post: 90819
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http://johndeere.com/en_US/ProductCatalog/GC/servlet/Attachment?attNmbr=2341W&prodNmbr=0100LV&tM=GC

Is the "stand" for the 210 front end loader built into it or is that something that is supposed to be installed by the dealer at the time of assembly? Anyone have a picture of that stand they could refer me to (can't seem to see exactly what it is and I'm not sure it is on my 2210).






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 07-13-2004, 20:54 Post: 90821
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 210 Loader Info...

The stand is built into the frame of your loader. When you unlatch the front of the frame and pull back on the control lever, the front part of the frame rotates down until it contacts the ground. Then the upright masts on the rear of frame lifts up off of the mounting frame. When the loader is high enough to allow the front tires to back out under them, disconnect your hoses and back away from the loader. It works best on level ground. preferably concrete so it will not settle into the soft dirt. making it difficult to reinstall.






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 07-13-2004, 20:57 Post: 90822
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 210 Loader Info...

Pict is to small to tell if it is like my 419 loader. If it is it will stand by itself. There is a brace that runs from where the lift arms attach(piviot) to the bottom of the front guard on the tractor at an angle. When you begin to remove the loader this brace will move down and set on the ground, then the loader (all of it) will piviot and lift off the Square brackets (bottom ones by the brake and clutch petals) The loader assembly will be setting on the bucket and the brace. Unhook hydro lines and back tractor away. Is really simple. Actually takes less time to remove loader than it will to read this. Best thing to do is to go to Deere and have them show you. Wont take 2 min to remove it. DON'T BLINK or you may miss it. Hope this helps.
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 07-14-2004, 08:30 Post: 90855
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OK.. I'll crack the manual again and try pulling it off this weekend. The guy that delivered it, showed me how to remove the bucket (took 30 seconds). What threw me is the JD website makes it sound as if the "stand" is an option. The dealer 'forgot' to put on the grille guard (which they're sending me) and I wanted to make sure they didn't overlook anything else. Really like this 2210. Thanks again for your comments.






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