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JPrattico

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Those trip bucket loaders were quite handy for farmers in the day. They are honestly pretty cool, and that is a neat old machine. However, that particular loader raises up a little bit higher than I would ever be comfortable with!

On a side note, those dual extending hydraulic cylinders are similar to what would have been on my Farmall H's loader before it was modified.
 

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Did you notice in the background on the first pic there are several Wheel Horse machines?
I agree a lot of work went into this machine with the paint scheme, diamond plate, etc. Guess the guy just couldn't stand it after he was done, and I don't blame him. If I had a herd of WH machines I wouldn't keep it around either.
 

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Did you notice in the background on the first pic there are several Wheel Horse machines?
I agree a lot of work went into this machine with the paint scheme, diamond plate, etc. Guess the guy just couldn't stand it after he was done, and I don't blame him. If I had a herd of WH machines I wouldn't keep it around either.
Diamond plate on the back a nice touch.
 

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I think that high lift one has been modified. Normally the cylinders were vertical with a cable from the tractor frame to a pulley on the top of the ram and down to the arm of the loader. Loaded a lot of manure with one on a Farmall Regular and later an F20.
 

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I think that high lift one has been modified. Normally the cylinders were vertical with a cable from the tractor frame to a pulley on the top of the ram and down to the arm of the loader. Loaded a lot of manure with one on a Farmall Regular and later an F20.

that's what my H currently has. There were other setups with different style loaders though. Mine is a combination New Idea Horn Loader and the hydraulic cylinder setup from something else.

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Had it not been modified it actually would have looked like this:
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now anyway, to get back on topic.......

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interesting, though it does seem they did a pretty decent job putting this together.
 

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