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Loader subframe plans

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jrmorrill

I intend to build a PF Engineering loader and backhoe. They will attach to both my Landlord 3210V and Landlord 2010.. Two different length frames. The plans come with subframe diagrams for a Cub. I've browsed online for images and measurements for the Simplicity/Allis subframe. Some good resources were found ...

but ...

has anyone drawn up plans for a Simplicity subframe?

If not, I'll be doing so with my upcoming project. 

Thanks in advance,

Jason

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GregB

Pretty sure there were some dimensioned pics.  Check the old site also.  Kent had some up and someone else hada pretty good post on fabricating the front cross mount.  I'll poke around and see what I can find .

 

 

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PhanDad

Interesting.  I've looked at a local CL ad for an "almost completely" fabricated pf engineering backhoe, and a post appears about the item. 

I was debating posting the info in the eBay/Craigslist forum, so now I'll do it if anyone is interested.  According to the ad, a sub-frame still needs to be made, so it's no help for the question posed in this post. 

https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/57503-backhoe-fabricated-parts-for-gardentractor/

 

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ShaunE

If you are looking to build a backhoe for a Powermax, contact powermax_paul.  He designed & built one & had the plans available for $50 last time I talked with him.  This was in conjunction with a Danco loader on the front.  There is post on this site somewhere showing the project.  It is based off the Brantly design.

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jrmorrill

Finishing up this discussion ... I purchased a very rough B-1 Loader along with a very rough B-10 and rear tiller. Next is making it all work. And, in the process, clearly documenting and drafting plans for how this particular loader attaches. It's a different style than the later L10 and L12 loaders. But it's extremely sturdy and likely sufficient for any other loader to be attached to these old tractors.

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GregB

Went back to the old site and found this so far:

 

https://simpletractors.net/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=72253&SearchTerms=loader,subframe

Also https://simpletractors.net/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=162179&SearchTerms=loader,subframe

 

I just searched all posts at the old site for "loader subframe"

 

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