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Putting a Ford 770 loader fit Jubilee

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doolittle
Join Date: Jun 2013
Posts: 2 northern illinois
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2013-06-23          187454


greetings, have myself convinced that i NEED a loader. question is, will a ford 770 loader work or made to work on a jubilee??? if not what should i be looking for,does anyone have what i NEED available? thanks in advance for any and all enlightenment. doolittle

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Putting a Ford 770 loader fit Jubilee

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Murf
Join Date: Dec 1999
Posts: 7141 Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada
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2013-06-23          187456


First off, wi it work? Short answer, yes. Longer answer, how good at welding and fabricating?

There's a bit of a difference between a Jubilee and the much newer little Fords a 770 is designed for.

The Jubilee typically had a trip bucket style loader. They're plentiful and pretty cheap, just look around.

The other thing to bear in mind is that the Jubilee has a pretty light front axle, it wouldn't take much to overload the old girl with a loader.

On a personal note, I agree, you need a loader. It's amazing the jobs you can make easier with a loader. My good lady even uses mine for toting water to keep the gardens down at the road healthy.

Best of luck. ....

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