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DanielB

L10 loader on a Simplicity 3112H

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DanielB
I have an L10 loader that I would like to put on a Simplicity 3112H. The loader didn't come with the under frame front support, but did come with the side sub-frame members. I know that I need to extend the side frame 4", but I could use some information on the front cross member so that I can make one. Also, does anyone know where I could get the coupling center piece (I think it could have been a rubber disk with 4 holes in it?)? Thanks, Dan

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Kent
I don't have any first hand experience (wish I did!), but did you see this L-12 info? It should give you an idea of how the subframe was made and how it connects to the tractor. Look at the top parts diagram...[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/parts/l-12/l-12_loader.htm']http://www.simpletractors.com/parts/l-12/l-12_loader.htm[/a]

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I have just spent a few hours setting the L-10 frame and the sub-frame pieces on the tractor using wood to hold them up. This is not easy because all the L-10 frame parts are on angles! I think the sub-frame is parallel to the ground. The final test was to get the pump and PTO shaft aligned, this resulted in a sub-frame (top) to ground distance of 15". Is there someone in the club with an L-10 that could check this on their machine and tell me if this is the correct distance? Thanks, Dan

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Here is a picture of the front bracket. Just throught someone might like to see it. Next I will be working on the rear support. Dan http://members.aol.com/bohndm/tractor/simplicity/loader/frontbracket.jpg

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