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 11-10-2003, 15:34 Post: 68405
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was hoping someone on the board would know the lift capacity of a 7410 fel, on a 88,-90 ford 3910 4x4 series 2


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 11-11-2003, 06:46 Post: 68459
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If nobody knows, have you tried the NH site? I seem to recall loader capacities there but maybe not if it isn't a current model.

I'd interpret any ratings there as max and related to the loader frame unless they're specific to a tractor. Some tractors may require ballasting or maybe reduced relief pressure to achieve safe operation at max speced loads and that's probably the question. Specs for a current model of similar weight, wheel-base, ground clearance, weight distribution etc. would give a decent approximation but there's a lot of etc's there. 'How it feels' with a load up high isn't a bad measure but then the operator is taking some risk on himself, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Suppose after all is said, this isn't really very helpful though.






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 11-11-2003, 19:03 Post: 68511
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thanks Tom, I got word from my local nh dealer today,
and they had the info I needed.can you gin=ve me any info on your backhoe? would it fit my model<


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 11-12-2003, 06:17 Post: 68528
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My hoe is a Kelley B600 3ph mount. It would fit most CAT I 3ph tractor that has a flat bar type of drawbar. There is a bunch of discussion about whether 3ph hoe should be used due to possible damage to the tractor. My 6' hoe is on the small size for the tractor, was relatively inexpensive and without a lot of hydraulic muscle. It's worked out fine for my occasional light-duty use over 5 years on my 2,500 lbs. 1710. Well, the next time I need it I'll sort out whether the relief valve pressure is low or whether there's leak down in the stabilizer circuits. Maybe it'd be good if I did that before the next time I need it.






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