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 11-20-2003, 20:35 Post: 69202
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Anyone know of an adapter that allows the use of 3ph implements to be used on loaders? I was thinking it may be cheap and convenient to use implements like 3ph pallet forks, bale spears and dirt scoops on a loader.






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 11-20-2003, 20:58 Post: 69205
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I found a link for what you described for a skid steer made by New Holland. I don't know if it would be applicable for a CUT or not.

Any seat time in the mud with the R1's yet?






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 11-20-2003, 21:04 Post: 69207
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Nice work on finding that aqttachment. there are many adaptors at this point to hook up, you do need the skid steer universal QT on the loader to do it.






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 11-20-2003, 21:07 Post: 69208
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Whoops! I forgot to mention I'm looking for an adapter for a JD 430 loader. Thanks for the link - I've seen these for skid steers but don't recall seeing an adapter for a tractor that already has a 3ph.

No seat time on the R1s yet. Maybe saturday. The weather here has been nothing but rain and snow for more than a week and it's been too nasty to work in. I've got some box scraper work to do but it's a little hard to get a smooth surface on muck. The ground is so soft that when I stand on it I sink in an inch.






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 11-20-2003, 21:13 Post: 69211
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Sorry, I assumed it was for the Deere, but wondered if there is an adapter out there to allow skid steer toys to work on the CUT's. The tilt toy they show above the 3ph looks like it would really be nice if somehow usable on the CUT loader arms.

I guess we need someone that knows the workings of both types of equipment.






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 11-21-2003, 05:48 Post: 69222
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Most QT's for the loaders on compacts today are the skid steer hook up!!! They are interchangeable.






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 11-21-2003, 07:51 Post: 69234
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 3ph implements used on loader?

I made one a few years back for someone who wanted to mount a reversible 3pth landscape rake (with gauge wheels) on the FEL in order to do driveway maintenance.

He got the idea from a guy in NH who sells such a thing, he calls it the "Front Runner" and it just that, a rake with a different mount, with a price tag far higher than it needs to be.

I wanted to be a little more flexible in mounting options, rake, grader, forks, cement mixer, etc., though so I merely welded a 3pth 'Quick Hitch' onto a QT plate for the FEL, cost was minimal and it took all of about 20 minutes to do.

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 11-24-2003, 20:28 Post: 69533
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 3ph implements used on loader?

Could build your own adapter. I bought the connection parts for my 460 loader from my JD dealer. The two bottom posts, top straps etc. Cheaper to by these perfect fit pieces than to fabricate your own. Just weld 'em to your own 3-point frame. A quick hitch would work nicely here (with a few other parts).






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