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kkocher13
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2009-07-01          163759


Does anybody know what loader will fit a 1984 4x4 ford 1310. I would like to get a FEL for the tractor and don't know what I could use. Also if somebody knows what loaders will fit, do they have any idea of what I might expect to pay for one?

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auerbach
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2009-07-02          163766


Google "loader + tractor + front" and email your question to the makers. New they're $2-3000. Not easy to ship or install. ....

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Murf
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2009-07-02          163767


Auerbach has you on the right track, but would add the following;

Unless you're looking for a used loader, the estimate of price should be more in the $4,000 to $6,000 range.

It's not likely anyone is still making a 'custom' loader for your tractor still since it's now a discontinued model that's 25 years old, that is unless it just happens to have the exact same dimensions as a new model of something.

IMHO, you're best bet it to look around the tractor wrecking yards and see if you can find one on a scrapped tractor.

Best of luck. ....

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mrbackhoe
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2009-08-06          164720


I agree with Murf. If you can find a small used loader from one of the "shortline" brands, they can probably get you the a new mounting kit to fit your tractor like a new one for a lot less money. I've looked at used compact tractors that are totally worn out, but the loader is so simple it's still in good shape. ....

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2010-11-18          175227


I found a used one for 2,500. Its a ford 770B which is an OEM piece. It in ok shape and probably needs some new hydraulic lines. I think 2,500 seems a little high. Has anybody else bought one of these and knows a fair price is? All parts and accessories are with it. So it will be a bolt on and go as long as it works. ....

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