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Mid Mount v s other types

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cobratodd
Join Date: Jan 2004
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2004-01-12          73767


I saw an add for a New Holland TC30 with a mid-mount brush-hog loader. Is there anyother type of mount for a loader or am I just confused?

If there is another type of mounting for a loader, which is better?

How difficult is it to mount and dis-mount a loader on the New Holland TC30?

I would also use the tractor with a belly mower for lawn care. Would that mean removal of the loader each time I need to run the mower?

Thanks for any help.

Todd

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TomG
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 5406 Upper Ottawa Valley
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2004-01-12          73768


I think most loader frames for compacts are about the same and probably qualify as mid-mount. The loader arms on mine are mounted to a pivot point that bolts onto the cases the middle of the tractor. There is a strut that runs between the pivot points underneath the tractor. That strut means that a MMM couldn't be mounted and I think that is true with most loader/MMM combinations. There are a few tractors that have factory loaders and MMM's that are compatible but not many. People who do have MMM's and loaders don't seem to mind removing the loaders too much. ....

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