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 01-12-2004, 06:49 Post: 73767
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 Mid Mount v.s. other types

I saw an add for a New Holland TC30 with a mid-mount brush-hog loader. Is there anyother type of mount for a loader or am I just confused?

If there is another type of mounting for a loader, which is better?

How difficult is it to mount and dis-mount a loader on the New Holland TC30?

I would also use the tractor with a belly mower for lawn care. Would that mean removal of the loader each time I need to run the mower?

Thanks for any help.

Todd






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 01-12-2004, 07:02 Post: 73768
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 Mid Mount v.s. other types

I think most loader frames for compacts are about the same and probably qualify as mid-mount. The loader arms on mine are mounted to a pivot point that bolts onto the cases the middle of the tractor. There is a strut that runs between the pivot points underneath the tractor. That strut means that a MMM couldn't be mounted and I think that is true with most loader/MMM combinations. There are a few tractors that have factory loaders and MMM's that are compatible but not many. People who do have MMM's and loaders don't seem to mind removing the loaders too much.






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