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 04-02-2005, 14:49 Post: 109315
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I am getting a newer 50 HP tractor and the dealer will give me a good deal on a QUICKE (brand) loader. It appears to be made in Canada. I don't know anythgoug about them but it looked pretty stout & easy to swap implements. Any Quicke users here - recommendations please.

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 04-03-2005, 15:33 Post: 109338
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They are one of if not the best loaders on the market. ALO/Quickie Are better than most factory loaders. They are also very easy to remove and reinstall.






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 04-03-2005, 18:34 Post: 109343
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Thanks for the reply. It is reassuring to hear that. I found this board searching for more info on the tractor and FEL. I see a depth and breath of experience here. I'll get a rootrake for it and already see that I need to weld 3 hooks on the top of the bucket. Your pics are a big help too.

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 04-03-2005, 18:36 Post: 109344
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No problem what kink of tractor are you looking at?






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 04-03-2005, 19:04 Post: 109346
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One local dealer has a SAME - Argon 50, I was impressed with the thing. I've got a '67 IH B414 now and don't want to go below 50 HP. The SAME is 50HP & 4WD, air cooled, well thought out and with a FEL, would do me well. Our county road dept has 2 SAMEs and runs the crap out of them. I spoke to their maintenance guys and they said all they have had to do is change fluids/filters - no problems with the SAME.

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 08-26-2005, 16:57 Post: 115487
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Not Canadian made!!! Denmark, and France!!!! They are owned by a venture capital firm in europe and I almost put one on my tractor...I wouldn't buy one of these if they paid me - It's built okay but I got a Leon's and is a super strong well built unit - I HIGHLY recommend this...the mount was a dream...they have this cone thing and it doesn't slop around like alot of others






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Sorry to say but they are made in Canada, I used to sell them. You for get that allot of Canada speaks French.






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 08-29-2005, 12:06 Post: 115592
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OOOOOH A DEALER! Perhaps if you took some time to learn about your product line we farmers would be able to make better informed choices in the products we buy. I have attached their company link. They are actually owned by a venture capital company out of Europe called 3i. Some of Canada is french speaking...I don't know what that has to do with ALO except they have factories in FRANCE!






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