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Crash87
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2021-03-31          200180


If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated. I have recently bought a Long 460 2wd 45hp tractor. I am having trouble finding which other brands are compatible with it for attachments. Or if anyone knows somewhere to find universal attachments that would only need minor modifications to make work. Thank you in advance

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Murf
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2021-03-31          200181


Welcome!

Any standard Category 1 2pth implements should work just fine, they are pretty much universal.


Best of luck. ....

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Crash87
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2021-03-31          200183


Thank you for your response. Super new, this is our first tractor. I am not familiar with those terms. Could you elaborate please. ....

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DennisCTB
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2021-03-31          200184


Things you attach to the back of your Tractor are not based on Tractor Brand but on a univerasl Rear Three point Hitch (3PH) standard so anything that fits the Category size of your htich can be used (category 1 2 3). The Category is based on the HP and dimensions on the htich.

Stuff that goes to the Mid power take off like a mid Mount finish mower is brand specific.

Stuff that goes on the front is brand specific like loaders and front snow blowers.

Hope that helps! ....

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DennisCTB
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2021-03-31          200185


Check out this thread on Hitch sizes ....


Link:   Hitch Sizes Defined

 
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Crash87
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2021-03-31          200186


Yes tremendously thank you so much. ....

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joyce1
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2021-03-31          200187


Word of caution, with a 2wd tractor you are limited in what you can pull around behind you successfully. Without 4WD in any wet surface muddy work you will need a friend to pull uou out :-(.

So dry surface work not too crazy, there is a huge difference in 2WD vs 4WD in my opinion. ....

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kthompson
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2021-04-01          200192


Crash, the Long brand was rather popular in my area for many years. They have a local dealer who sold many over the years and many are still in use. My brother had I think the next size to yours and it was a workhorse. Simple design. No sure have available parts are now for the company at least in the USA left a few years back rather short notice (no notice) catching dealerships off guard. Still a solid tractor.

I would suggest greatly seeing if you could find any manual for that tractor especially since you are new to tractors. If you are new to tractors you really have a lot to learn and you better off doing so without damaging tractor, implement or most important yourself.

Check the bolts on the rear axle housing to be sure none or missing and all are tight. That was the cause of my brothers tractor becoming a parts tractor. Check the rubber boots around the transmission levers, they will slip and let water into the transmission adding to the hyd oil. Think a good auto parts store such as NAPA will be able to match filters if you take the numbers off of yours to them.
If you have never used a tractor with a pto (power take off) implement, you need to know how to engage it (I think that tractor has what is called a two stage clutch. With the tractor not running try pressing the clutch very slowly and see if you can feel any difference when may a couple of inches of travel is left. Then with tractor out of great and running try it again and when releasing the clutch. If it is a two stage clutch the first couple or so of travel engages the PTO and not the travel clutch. This is very very important to know and learn how to use. You do not want to be running the engine at high rpm and just pop the clutch out to engage a pto implement. You can do damage the the implement the pto shaft or the tractor. Slowly engage as you would first gear.) If you need to stop the pto driven implement press the clutch pedal fully.
There is a lever that engages the PTO not sure where but normally on top of the transmission but I think on the left side of it. DO NOT SHIFT INTO OR OUT WITH LOAD ON IT OR CLUTCH NOT DEPRESSED if running.
One other item on there you need to understand is the rear end lock or as proper name is the Differential Lock. It will be in the rear of your right foot. Think it is near your heel. Look for it. You NEVER engage it while the tires are rotating. If so possible damage to the rear end will happen. Many people do not realize one only tractor wheel is normally pulling as with many any two wheel drive auto or pickup. Pushing this pedal locks the rear end where both rear tires rotate the same to help when extract traction is needed. That is the only time I think you should use it. However it can be used to help keep the tractor driving straight such as pulling a heavy load or plow. YOU CAN NOT MAKE ANY KIND OF SHARP TURN WITH IT ENGAGED. Forget using the rear bakes on making such turns.
Now that pedal often sticks engaged on any brand. You may find you need to stop the tractor when the lock differential is no longer needed, slowly back up for it to release and even have to pull up on it.
No doubt you have already changed the fluids, check filters and replaced if needed and greased it. Don't miss lubing or oiling the linkage under the tractor. Easy to do.

take it slow and steady and learn your tractor.
KT


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kthompson
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2021-04-01          200193


I forgot to say. I don't think Long had any mid mount implements such as mower deck. My memory is they don't have a large hyd oil flow or gallons per minute (gpm) so not sure how well a loader would work on them. Unless your tractor came with one or you were to find a used one at a good price you will find a new loader will cost more than the tractor. I know my brother's did have rear remote for the hydraulic use. Probably a dealer add on. ....

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arcwelder
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2021-04-05          200208


Link to Long Service Manual for 360-460-510 series.pdf
I have a 2510, the wiring diagram is essentially the same as 510.
Most of the engine and trans is also the same.
Looking for how to upload a parts manual,, but don't see a way to do so here. ....


Link:   Long Service Manual for 360-460-510 series.pdf

 
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arcwelder
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2021-04-05          200209


I can't find where I uploaded the parts manual I scanned.
I can't figure out how to upload it here.
Sorry. ....

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DennisCTB
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2021-04-08          200225


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Originally Posted by arcwelder | view 200209
I can't find where I uploaded the parts manual I scanned.I can't figure out how to upload it here.Sorry.


Thanks for sending them to me, I just uploaded Long 2360-2460-2510PartsManual-Part1of2.pdf ....


Link:   Long 2360-2460-2510PartsManual-Part1of2.pdf

 
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DennisCTB
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2021-04-08          200226


Here is 2360-2460-2510PartsManual-Part2of2.pdf ....


Link:   Long 2360-2460-2510PartsManual-Part2of2.pdf

 
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arcwelder
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2021-04-08          200228


Thanks Dennis! ....

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