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superbee

Dimensions for L12 or 10 Loader

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superbee
Looking for anyone out there that has blueprints or measurements of either a L12 or L10 Loader. Need dimensions of weight box and undercarriage frame. I would like to fabricate one for my B-110. Thanks for your help

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Hey here is some info in a discussion I started: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=26911

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Thanks michaelg221, I am leaning more towards the L-12 style. I like the way the hydaulic drive system is on this. My B-110 does have the optional hi/low transmission. I'll have to go out and measure my wheelbase. Thanks.

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I agree with you regarding the L12... I'll be very interested in your results. There is a guy talking about making the weight boxes, so I'd suggest you talk with him. He has discussions below. I definitely want to make the dual wheel setup ASAP. You will want dual wheels and a weight box from what I read. Good luck.

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I've been wondering about these "spacers", are these for the front wheels? I'll tell you I've taken my tractor down a few sections of my yard and I'm a bit concerned about slope. I start feeling a lean and I turn the front wheels straight down hill... otherwise I think I might wear the tractor. The other time was a soft section of ground on a slope and that got me a little freeked. My friends toy goes everywhere my tractor was tilting... and he had no problems.... I got to drive this and I'll tell you; it's a nice machine and I need practice. He can manuever this machine within 1-2 inches of critical points without a sweat. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//attach/michaelg221/PICT0005_m.JPG[/img]

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I have a loader just not 100% sure if I have all the parts. I am going to fix the B-212 hyd. lift tractor i have and use the loader on it. I will try to get some pics of it later today and let me know what measurements ya might need. And if someone with this loader can tell me if i am missing any parts I would appreciate it.. James K. PS. the one i have is stamped B-10 but is identical to the L-10. figure i can add a dump cylinder no big deal...

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