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Well I know a lot of members on here may have issue from the thread over a year ago, but I wanted a hydraulic FEL that would do work around my small property. I don't have need of a heavy duty FEL, but I wanted to be able to lift to the bed of the pickup and this will do that and allow me to load over the side of my trailer nicely. I also wanted to get it before my son orders his mulch for the garden and I ordered this last week and it arrived today. Pics of the new LBL, and of course I will be rating it over time here:

(It will get a lot more marks on it as it gets used, not worried that it has paint missing at pickup)
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(At the homestead and ready for connecting!)
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(Easy Peasy to get tractor up there)
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( Ahhh, fits through the gate in lowered position!!!)
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(First load in the bucket!)
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(Another reason I wanted one that lifted high, goes over the gate too)
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(definitely will raise the 322!)
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NICE! (y)....you know you have gone too far looking for uses for it the morning you use it to go to the curb to pick up your newspaper😁
 

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Nice, congrats! I looked at this last year & got spooked by the negative reports. I then considered a Buford Bucket & should have bought that but then in the end I found a model 40 loader. It's still not installed because the frame would have interfered with my chains on for snow removal so long story short there is a place for one of these easy mount loaders, congrats & enjoy!
 

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That thing is pretty cool, I look forward to reading a write up.
 

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Awesome set up, how are the hydraulics powered? Does that little Deere have a pump built in? What gpm
Yes, the JD has a Sauer Danfoss 15 series hydraulic pump in it that powers the hydrostatic drive, power steering and 2 spools of hydraulics. The GPM rate is about 4 or less depending on the PSI. The hydraulics aren't fast but good enough for what I'll need them for. I may decide to shim it for more pressure but that is something I'll need to see. This isn't a mid mount frame loader so that may be too much for it.
 

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I've had three 318's with loaders on them and I found them to be a little slow. But then I would stop and picture myself holding a shovel and they became really fast! Enjoy it without worrying about the pressure to make it a "Real" loader.
 

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I've had three 318's with loaders on them and I found them to be a little slow. But then I would stop and picture myself holding a shovel and they became really fast! Enjoy it without worrying about the pressure to make it a "Real" loader.
Take it they were Not the OEM 44 Loader then Because that used a separate Hydraulic reservoir and a PTO Pump and that Loader lifted Faster than the 45 Loader does today

BTW congrats Tim

Hey Tim how Long did it Take from order to arrival ?
 

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Take it they were Not the OEM 44 Loader then Because that used a separate Hydraulic reservoir and a PTO Pump and that Loader lifted Faster than the 45 Loader does today

BTW congrats Tim

Hey Tim how Long did it Take from order to arrival ?
7 days from when I ordered on Tuesday to pickup. I had them add the hook on the bucket or it would have been here Friday the same week. They had one ready to go out the door when I called.
 

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Man that is cool looking! Do you have a link on where you bought it?
 

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Thanks. I emailed them.
 
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