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 06-08-2001, 18:53 Post: 29084
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 Loader adjustment

The loader on my Kioti tractor is approximately 3 inches lower on the left side. Is there a way to adjust this so my loader is level?






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 06-09-2001, 16:04 Post: 29112
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 Loader adjustment

Have you checked that all the bolts connecting the loader to the frame are tight? They often loosen up over time. Also check that you have not bent the supports or frame of the loader. If some one has tried to lift excess loads from one corner of the bucket then they can bend the structure. This is from experience as I bent and straighten a Bushhog loader I had.






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 06-11-2001, 09:58 Post: 29143
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I've heard of people putting a block under the low side of the bucket, applying down-pressure and then retorquing the frame bolts. Maybe somebody will comment if that is a standard procedure and if any risks exist. After the problem is solved, it probably would be a good idea to lift the front wheels with the bucket and inspect all welds on the frame for cracks.






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