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Pleasant Surprise, Update on Johnson Loader

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BrownA
I recently was lucky enough to find a Johnson front end loader for a older model Simplicity. I got a B110 running and mounted it on that. I thought it worked pretty good, no complaints. I moved 2 yards of manure, lots of large rocks, loam, and some equipment with it. I also used it to back drag and level an area that I am seeding. The other day a friend stopped by and wanted to see the loader. When he was checking it out he discovered ( what I thought was a sticky control ) was a float position. My hoses going to the control were put on backwards, we corrected it and now in adition to down pressure it has a float position. Needless to say I was quite happy with this discovery. Once I get some pictures I will try to post them, Al

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