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tractorbrad
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2005-05-03          110682


Hi! I have a 7308 loader with a heavy duty bucket and because the bucket has a large rolled top lip I was wondering what the best way would be to install bucket hooks.

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drcjv.
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2005-05-04          110683


Brad I have the same loader and bucket I put clevis hooks on each corner by the rolled part I also got a pair of hooks from the NH dealer they look like handles with a place to put a chain link in. I put these on the top of the bucket. You can see the handle type hooks in my picture #6 and the corner hooks in #18. ....

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2005-05-04          110704


Thanks for the info. ....

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DRankin
Join Date: Jan 2000
Posts: 5111 Northern Nevada
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2005-05-05          110714


Six hundred and forty horsepower? Is that for real? I bet you don't get 50,000 miles out of a set of tires!

Is the car factory or aftermarket custom???? ....

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2005-05-05          110725


Mark the car dynoed at 538HP at the rear wheels so estimated flywheel HP is 640. It is very squirrelly with street tires If I want it to hook I must run drag radials or full slicks. The entire drive train is custom. I bought the car new as a 1999 Roush mustang stage II then rebuit the drive train. ....

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2005-05-05          110728


I hope you have 4-point harness in there instead of the regular belts.

It's hard to conceive making that much HP with modern gasolines in an engine that will fit in a Mustang. ....

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2005-05-06          110741


No just regular belts. It is amazing that 281 cubic inches can produce that much power. It is not easy I smoked 3 motors trying to get to this point. There is probably another 50-60 hp in the motor but at this point I have it tuned very rich an conservative. I went a little crazy several years ago with the whole "fast and furios sreet racing Thing" After a few close calls and the fact that the car was well known in the area and nobody else would race me I thankfuly outgrew it. Now I do mostly car shows. Last year I put less than 400 miles on the car. ....

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