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 08-22-2000, 23:33 Post: 19067
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Will someone please tell me about the loader upgrade kit. I have 4100 with the 410 loader. I read a lot of the messages and do not know what this kit is and what could go wrong without it. my tractor is two months old and wonder if it already has it. thanks Greg






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 08-23-2000, 06:38 Post: 19071
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Greg,

I just received this so-called "fix". It is a bracket that will clamp over the top portion of the front latch on the loader. I suppose it is intended to prevent the latch from being forced off of the front bumper, allowing the loader to drop. Basically, it takes my "quick-attach" loader and now requires me to leave the seat just to remove it. I certainly, certainly hope this is a temporary fix until they can redesign the front latch on the loader.

If not, this will just about be the straw that breaks my back. Add this to the long list of problems with my Deere compact: Front axle, fogging dash, non-centering 3rd SCV, battery acid damaging my transmission cooler, oil leaking from the transaxle. I mean come on, how much R&D is the customer suppose to do?

Sorry for the rant.

Anyway Greg. Apparently there have been some cases where the front latch has failed, allowing the loader to drop. I can imagine that would be extremely dangerous. One should never walk under a raised loader, but I know I have in the past.

Chris






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 08-25-2000, 12:36 Post: 19116
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I wouldn't worry too much about the recall part. It is just a bracket that will not allow the quick-tach plate to slip off the front bumper. Basically, I believe(this is my take on it) the problem that required this part was innadequate adjustment of the front plate. If you look on the handle, There are threads on the rod. This allows adjustment so the quick-tach plate will be snug against the bumper and not slip off. The bracket does not fit tight, but it will not allow the quick-tach plate to rotate. If the plate and handle are adjusted correctly, there really is no need for the bracket.

Me? I have the bracket sitting on my shelf, because it is a pain in the butt and I understand the importance of keeping things adjusted correctly.






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Hey guys thanks for the help.I went by john deere today to ask if my loader was one of the ones that need the kit and I found that my loader (thank goodnes)was not one that needed it.I hate to hear some off the problems that some people are haveing with there tractor (4100) so far I have had no problems with mine.
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