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 06-03-2003, 13:22 Post: 56483
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 7800 loader/mmm question

On this machine, do you have to connect/disconnect any hydraulics when going from using the fel to the mmm or vice versa? Also, is the mmm easily removed when needed? Thanks in advance!






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 06-03-2003, 14:15 Post: 56487
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 7800 loader/mmm question

The only reason to disconnect the FEL would be to remove it entirely from the tractor.

The MMM should have no direct hydraulic connections.






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 06-03-2003, 21:11 Post: 56536
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Does the mmm need to be removed when using other than mowing? ie does it get in the way?

How easy is it to remove?






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 06-04-2003, 06:44 Post: 56559
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 7800 loader/mmm question

Chances are that an after-market loader and MMM aren't compatible and when one is one the other can't be mounted. Even some factory loaders and MMM's aren't compatible.
Usually the problem is that part of the loader frame is located where the MMM needs to go, so it's not a matter of removing just part of the loader assembly.

If the loader comes off the hydraulics have to be disconnected. On some setups it's simply a matter of disconnecting quick connects to the loader cylinders and the valve assembly can remain on the tractor. Often the valve assembly is removed as well.

Even if a loader and MMM are compatible, some people remove at least the loader bucket when mowing because the loader bucket gets in the way and also adds weight on the front tires. Front tires can tear the turf in tight turns.






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 06-04-2003, 16:20 Post: 56622
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 7800 loader/mmm question

Tom, how easy is it to remove the bucket? I've always been hung up on putting a loader on my Kubota because it's used mostly for grass and field cutting. The thought of removing the whole contraption, no matter how easy, everytime I mowed would be a pain. But just removing the bucket seems like a smart solution.






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