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McGill
Just received the manual for the L10 loader, but I still can't decifer what the mounting frame looks like. I also decovered that the loader came with rear wheel spacers. Does anyone know if these spacers are available?

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DanielB
Heres a picture of the L-10 sub-frame. The front piece is made by me the rest is origanal AC even through I started painting it for a simplicity. http://members.aol.com/bohndm/tractor/simplicity/loader/L10frame.jpg

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Putter
The SimpletrACtors site has the L-12 loader parts breakdown that shows the frame and how it's made (almost the same as the L-10). The L-10's frame returns parallel to the tractor in front of the rear tires, connecting to the weight box straight instead of angled like the L-12. http://www.simpletractors.com/parts/l-12/l-12_loader.htm The sub-frame that mounts to the tractor is made up of many parts. A gull wing looking angle iron piece that replaces the rear front axle support, a right and left side angle iron frame with foot rests, a right and left rear mounting assembly (angle iron welded perpindicular on a plate)and a rear weight box assembly. You will need wheel spacers to allow the side frame to clear the rear tires (and spacers for the right spacer!!!). You need to cut the brake/clutch pedal to allow the right cylinder hose to move correctly. What type of tractor are you planning to install the L-10 loader on? Dan

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JamesC
I've read in the discussions a while back that the rear spacers can cause problems with the axel tubes. Something to the effect of cracking them? Anyway, someone else may be able to elaborate on that. John

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