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 05-07-2000, 20:05 Post: 16035
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Yesterday was the first major use of my new 7308 loader. I was puzzled by the fact that it won't lift the front end up more than about an inch with the bucket flat and level. The front tires don't clear the ground. If you curl the bucket downward it will raise the front end proportionally. After having run numerous peices of construction equipment as well as my JD 4100, I assumed they were all built to do that (lift the front considerably). After examining the cylinders, I believe the reason is that they are fully retracted when the machine is level and the bucket is flat and level on the ground. This does concern me, due to the fact that I do occasionally need to dig down with my machine. Does anyone else have any experience with this? Could the wrong cylinders have been installed on my loader when it was shipped to the dealer. Or is this normal for a TC29D? Thanks for any information you guys (gals) can provide. How does yours react Boomer Boy?






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 05-07-2000, 20:43 Post: 16037
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Cutter, I worked my TC29 with 7308 loader this weekend for really the first time--only have 8 hours on it so far. I don't know about lifting the front end off the ground, as I did'nt try that but I did dig a trench about two and a half feet deep with it. I was installing a culvert and the loader made quick work of the trench. By tipping the bucket down and lowering the loader I could dig. But I think that two to two and a half feet lower than the front tires is max. I hopes this helps.






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 05-07-2000, 21:47 Post: 16038
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Thanks, BigFINN. I know it will lift in that fashion (curling the bucket down), I was using it that way. I also know that the further below the machine the bucket arms will travel, the deeper you can dig without having to ramp your trench. More travel also allows the bucket to follow the contour of whatever you are driving over, such as a dip in your driveway while pushing snow (you wouldn't want the bucket curled down in this case). It isn't a huge issue with me, I just have not operated a machine that didn't have that feature. If yours doesn't have the travel eather, then mine must be the correct setup as well.






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 05-08-2000, 17:30 Post: 16065
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I have a Kubota L345DT thats the same as your NH ,it will only lift the tractor when curling the bucket.






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Not a very scientific study, but it appears the JD is the only one designed with the extra travel. Thanks.






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 05-09-2000, 19:43 Post: 16116
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this is one of my concernes in compairing 4100 to tc21. loader specs. the 4100 level depth is like 6", while tc21 is 2.5.






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