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  1. #31
    barrbeast
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cab-over Pete View Post
    How could anyone possibly think that this was a good idea?
    Yeh didn't think it was a particularly good idea either, interesting though!

    I guess if it had worked well then Lamy would still be making them.

    Some more pics I found on the pc...

  2. #32
    Lumpkin
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by essexpete View Post
    C on B none of those contraptions look useful. The vision on the 595 would be terrible. Look at the height of the boom pivot on the ol MF 2000. and it surely must have to go a very secure frame to chassis?

    The one on the 595 is the one I had on demo. Imagine the visibility with that on a 2140 with SG2 cab. I wouldn't mind that 595 though.

  3. #33
    Lumpkin
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kipper View Post
    This one has,
    No, that's a barbeque griddle for when the cab catches fire.

  4. #34
    essexpete
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpkin View Post
    No, that's a barbeque griddle for when the cab catches fire.
    Spare ribs for me.

  5. #35
    Cab-over Pete
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    ....with New Hollandaise dressing...

  6. #36
    essexpete
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cab-over Pete View Post
    ....with New Hollandaise dressing...
    No smiley for groan!

  7. #37
    marco
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cab-over Pete View Post
    ....with New Hollandaise dressing...
    beautiful

  8. #38
    john63
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by barrbeast View Post
    You're thinking of the Telebras LTB270 made by Lamy. Gone the way of the dod I think as its not on the Lamy website! I've got a pdf catalogue with it in it though.

    Theres one attached to a Renault for sale on Agriaffaires-

    http://www.agriaffaires.co.uk/used/h...my-ltb720.html
    Bit of a holy thread revival...but any chance you could send me the catalogue?

    TIA.

  9. #39
    JohnDeere8530
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    often thought about the idea of mounting a loader on the front linkage.............Before anyone dismisses this, I'm thinking a biggish say 200hp tractor with a little loader that would be at home mounted properly on say a 75hp tractor.

    It would be ideal for occasional work, say in the field unloading bags off a trailer for example, be able to fit any tractor with front links and be cheap. I imagine a 200hp tractor would be able to handle 2x600kg bags mounted out front and be able to lift to about 15feet

  10. #40
    john63
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    I've found a couple more....







    It looks like there was a company called Juannet that used to make them? As well as Granier possibly?

  11. #41
    Ad
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by john63 View Post
    I've found a couple more....







    It looks like there was a company called Juannet that used to make them? As well as Granier possibly?
    Poor fendt :cry:

    That renault looks well balanced glad there's nowt in that grab

  12. #42
    KILDARE
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    On a similar theme. Years ago my uncle had a two wheel drive ford tractor with a loader. It was a bad job for loading in the wet . So he turned the crown and pinion in it , made a new drivers platform and built a power loader for it. It was then loading with the big wheels on the front.Much better when loaded.

    He used it for years until he bought a International Hough .

  13. #43
    Kipper
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by KILDARE View Post
    On a similar theme. Years ago my uncle had a two wheel drive ford tractor with a loader. It was a bad job for loading in the wet . So he turned the crown and pinion in it , made a new drivers platform and built a power loader for it. It was then loading with the big wheels on the front.Much better when loaded.

    He used it for years until he bought a International Hough .
    Have you got photos of the International?

  14. #44
    KILDARE
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kipper View Post
    Have you got photos of the International?
    No afraid not, He bought it in 78 and it was about 5 years old. About the size of a Cat 910. You have a interest in them?

  15. #45
    TM135
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeere8530 View Post
    often thought about the idea of mounting a loader on the front linkage.............Before anyone dismisses this, I'm thinking a biggish say 200hp tractor with a little loader that would be at home mounted properly on say a 75hp tractor.

    It would be ideal for occasional work, say in the field unloading bags off a trailer for example, be able to fit any tractor with front links and be cheap. I imagine a 200hp tractor would be able to handle 2x600kg bags mounted out front and be able to lift to about 15feet
    How about one of those rear mounted forklifts on the front links??

  16. #46
    DaveJ
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by TM135 View Post
    How about one of those rear mounted forklifts on the front links??
    Local contractor does exactly that on the fertiliser.

  17. #47
    JohnDeere8530
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by TM135 View Post
    How about one of those rear mounted forklifts on the front links??
    not a bad idea except for lack of fwd reach. I was thinking of getting a s/h loader say of 1.5tonne capacity and fabricating some brackets up for it to go on the 3pt linkage. Might look a tad of a bodge though with no tractor bonnet between the loader arms

  18. #48
    multi power
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    john deere8530 i know somebody thatmade a loader to go on front links, on a small new holland with supersteer, big ted will know more about it

  19. #49
    Kipper
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    Re: Telescopic loader for a tractor...

    Quote Originally Posted by KILDARE View Post
    No afraid not, He bought it in 78 and it was about 5 years old. About the size of a Cat 910. You have a interest in them?
    Yes i ran one back in the 90s. It was a 50 Hought, had a 955 engine and pushed like a train. 3 buckets would fill a 12 ton spreader. When i need parts for it, i was told there were only 5 more over here like that.
    I have seen 4 cylinder Perkins an and bigger Hought, just not any like my old one.

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