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LaVerne M. from Stockton, IL recently completed this loader on his wide frame Cub Cadet garden tractor.

there is just over 6 feet of clearance under a level bucket on the garden tractor loaders. you can also notice the front spindle upgrade in this pic, nice work L.M.!


Bill W. and his son Guy out in Longview, WA recently completed this loader for their JD 650 compact.

this loader lifted 1000lbs to the top during testing without difficulty.

maximum lift height under a level bucket is well over 6 feet on the compact tractors
the plumbing via on-board tractor hydraulics, clean and tucked in.
excellent workmanship!

here is a nearly completed loader on Kurt R.'s Bolens Iseki G-154 4WD compact tractor. Kurt will soon be starting on a Micro Hoe attachment for this tractor as well. nice job Kurt!
the completed project ready for winter duty in New Hampshire.
this loader was based on our design.
another pic of the prototype loader i built for my Cub Cadet in the summer of 2001, it's had a couple years of hard use and is still going strong.
Alan Z. of MN built this loader for his JD 400 by making some minor adjustments to our plans, it looks like a factory built loader! great job Alan.
Al made a weight box out of 3/8" plate steel for his 3 point hitch and estimates the weight at 300lbs when filled with stone.
a more recent pic of Al Z's JD 400
that sweepster unit weighs 540 lbs.
here is Timothy B's JD 445 with a loader he and friends built in one weekend!!!
tim mounted the loader forward on his tractor so he could use his mower deck at the same time. he has also plugged into his on-board 4.5 GPM hydraulic system to power the loader's 2" bore cylinders and says the cylinder speed is good.

Great work Tim!
Tim has offered to share his experience with other JD 400 series owners thinking of building this loader for their tractors.