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Hi Guys, I am looking for an IH loader and I am not real sure the difference between a 2250, 2350, 2355, and 2450. Does anyone know the differences and what models they fit on starting at the 06 series up to the 86 series? Is one better than another for certain series of IH tractors?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Guys, I am looking for an IH loader and I am not real sure the difference between a 2250, 2350, 2355, and 2450. Does anyone know the differences and what models they fit on starting at the 06 series up to the 86 series? Is one better than another for certain series of IH tractors?

Thanks in advance.

I have a 2355 and really like it we have it on a hydro 186 but when we bought it it was on a 5088 and we are using the same mounts the 2450 is heavier and higher lift there is one on 1586 close to me. I think the 2350 is about the same as a 55 just older and the 2250 is for the smaller tractors. I have seen 2350 on 06 to 86 series

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I think the 2250 was for tractors up to a 756 or 766. The 2350 I think fits a 606 through a 1586, the 2450 was a high lift version of the 2350 that had about 4' more lift capacity (12'vs 16' I think) and then the 2355/2455 were just like the 2350/2450 but they had a wider frame to fit around the wider sheet metal on the 88 series tractors.

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I have a 2250 on my 766 and we have one on a 485 as well.

My 1984 buyers guide lists the following:

2200 fits 454, 464, 474, 574, 484 and 584 utilty tractors

2250 a medium duty loader for 40 to 80 hp tractors

2350 for tractor with at least 65 hp and 12' dump height

2450 designed for 86 series tractor and has a 16' dump height

2355 for 3088, 3288, 3488, 3688, 5088 and 5288 2wd trators and a 12.3' dump height

2455 high strength loader for 3088, 3288, 3488, 3688, 5088, and 5288 2 wd tractors and a 15.7' dump height

I would swear I have seen a 2150 or 2050 as well in the past but my buyers guide doesn't list them. I think we looked a 385 utility with one of those numbered loaders on it. I hope this helps.

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I've got a 2250 on the 574 and it is quite a bit of loader for the tractor, don't even think a "seasonal worker" could tear it up on a tractor that size :lol: . I would think an 80 hp tractor would not be a problem for it.

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I think the 2050 loader replaced the 2000 and I know was offered on tractors up through the hydro 70, I'm guessing the 2250 replaced it.

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I have a really nice CASE IH 2350 loader that goes on my 1456. I just leave the mounting brackets for it installed on the tractor even when the loader is off the tractor.

The loader came from the same owner I bought the tractor from. He was offerig the loader separately from the tractor when I bought it. At first I told him I didn't want the loader and asked him to go ahead and take the mounts off the tractor.

But the next day after agreeing to buy the tractor, I called him back and told him I had changed my mind and would like to buy the loader too. The funny thing was the guy told me my timing was perfect, because he said he was just about to go out and start removing the loader mounts from the tractor for me, lol... I got the loader for an additional $2,500.00, which I thought was a great deal at the time. This particular tractor and loader was not used for manure handling, so no problem there. Very clean equipment.

I'm glad I bought it now. It comes in handy for all sorts of things.

The only thing I don't like about it is the hydraulics are slow on my 14' when operating the loader. The bucket tilt moves too slow for my liking, as does the raising and lowering of loader booms themselves, even with the tractor engine revved up some above idle. I don't know if something is wrong with my 1456, or if it's just the nature of using the rear remotes to operate the loader. The hydraulics work fine for me when using tillage implements.

Oh well, as little as I use the loader, I don't worry too much about it being slow.

If any one here knows what to do about a slow moving loader on a 1456, maybe let me know here.

This same loader would probably fit on my 1086 if I wanted. I think I'd just need to eliminate the spacers that are currently between the frame of my 1456 and the mounting brackets themselves.

Rick G.

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I think the 2050 loader replaced the 2000 and I know was offered on tractors up through the hydro 70, I'm guessing the 2250 replaced it.

Cliff was there ever a 2150 loader? I got to looking and I see the 384/385 size tractors aren't listed in the buyers guide loader section, they were a 35 to 38 hp tractor I believe.

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I have a really nice CASE IH 2350 loader that goes on my 1456. I just leave the mounting brackets for it installed on the tractor even when the loader is off the tractor.

The loader came from the same owner I bought the tractor from. He was offerig the loader separately from the tractor when I bought it. At first I told him I didn't want the loader and asked him to go ahead and take the mounts off the tractor.

But the next day after agreeing to buy the tractor, I called him back and told him I had changed my mind and would like to buy the loader too. The funny thing was the guy told me my timing was perfect, because he said he was just about to go out and start removing the loader mounts from the tractor for me, lol... I got the loader for an additional $2,500.00, which I thought was a great deal at the time. This particular tractor and loader was not used for manure handling, so no problem there. Very clean equipment.

I'm glad I bought it now. It comes in handy for all sorts of things.

The only thing I don't like about it is the hydraulics are slow on my 14' when operating the loader. The bucket tilt moves too slow for my liking, as does the raising and lowering of loader booms themselves, even with the tractor engine revved up some above idle. I don't know if something is wrong with my 1456, or if it's just the nature of using the rear remotes to operate the loader. The hydraulics work fine for me when using tillage implements.

Oh well, as little as I use the loader, I don't worry too much about it being slow.

If any one here knows what to do about a slow moving loader on a 1456, maybe let me know here.

This same loader would probably fit on my 1086 if I wanted. I think I'd just need to eliminate the spacers that are currently between the frame of my 1456 and the mounting brackets themselves.

Rick G.

The loader seems slow due to the size of the cylinders but the stock 12 gpm hydrualic pump can be replaced with a 17 gpm pump for about $350. If we end up moving alot of hay with the loader on our 1066 like I think we will I will probably replace the pump in it next winter but yet this winter I want to set it up with a joystick valve which won't increase the oil flow any but being able to run both functions at once will speed up loader operation some.

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Looked into the archives and here it is:

2350 loader: 666,706,756,806,826,856,966,1066,1206,1256,1456,1466

1550 loader: 354,454,464,574,674

1850 loader: 354,454,464,574,674

2000 loader: 666,706,766,966,1066,240,340,404,504,606,460,560,424,444,B414,544,656,806,756,82

6,856,1026 (truly one size fits all :lol: )

2001 loader: 340,424,444,460,504,544,560,606,656

2050A loader: 454,574,464,674

The 1850 was a medium duty loader for low profile tractors, it differed from the 1550 by having two bucket cylinders instead of one. The 2050 was the top of the line loader for low profile tractors.

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Rick G,

Your 2350 is a direct bolt-on for the 1086, no spacers needed. The frame holes are even pre-drilled for you on that tractor.

I remember as a kid drilling out the frame on the old 756 for the 2350 loader. Man was that a pain in the butt.

Your 1456 probably only has a 12GPM pump, and with those huge cylinders on the loader, it's going to be slow. Your implements probably only have little 8" or 12" cylinders on them, which don't take long to cycle. The loader cylinders are 24" and 36" or thereabouts, and there are two of them.

The 1086 will run the loader better due to it having a 17GPM or 19GPM pump, but it won't be as handy as the 1456 if the 14 is an open station.

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When and which model loaders did they add down pressure too. The loaders on the old 275,414s didnt have it. Thought that was the best thing since sliced bread when it came to driving steel T rail posts in the ground for fences, beat the old method of pounding them down with a steel pipe by hand!!

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I don't think the 1501 loader had down pressure, neighbour has one on a 276 no down pressure and manual trip bucket.

The 1850 was full hydraulic. We had one on the 384 we used to have.

Not sure on the 1550, but I think so but as mentioned with one bucket cylinder.

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Cliff N. and Matt K.,

OK, thanks so much for your input and information regarding my 2350 loader / 1456 tractor combination.

Rick G.

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jim, the 2150 loaders fit on the 674 style tractors, i know, i spent many hours running the neighbors 674 with that loader, also the hydro 84 had the same loader.

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The 2000 and 2001 loaders could be ordered with or without downpressure, at least for a time. When I was looking for a loader several years ago for the 460, I found a couple that were just one way hydraulics.

Chad

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I have an IH 574 high profile. Will the 1550 loader fit? I see the 1550 loader fits the low profile 574 but am unsure if it fits the high profile.

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Hi,

Welcome to the forum.

Just a quick bit of advice, but if you have a question, instead of responding to a 7-year-old inactive thread, start a new thread.

The correct terms are "row crop" and "utility." Really both are the EXACT SAME tractor, except for the rear wheels and the front axle assembly. The 1550 loader will bolt on either version. Your only concern will be if the loader reaches the ground on the row crop model. Personally I don't think they're so much different that it won't work.

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I've had a couple of the 2000 series loaders; one on an utility 656 and one on a row-drop 656. Both of these loaders were hard-mounted meaning that they're not quick attach.

I've had a 2250 on 574 and 2350 on a 706; and these loaders are magnificent! The 2350 was actually made for the wider framed 66-series tractors so I had to make a couple of shims but the loaders performed exceptionally well.

I've got 2255 on my CX90 and it's a pain in the but to hook up in comparison to the "50" series loaders. The 2255 has the "pipe" mount on the front and is a pain to align, at least on the MFWA CX90. The "50" series loaders I could have back on the tractor and using them in a couple of minutes. This darn "55" series loader is such a pain I leave it on all the time and just leave the bucket off.

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We had a 1501 on a 444 diesel and it had down pressure. I have a 2001 on a 664 and it has down pressure. Eason

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I'm surprised you find the 2255 such a pain, because it's basically the same loader as the 2250. If you liked the 2250, the 2255 should be the same.

I agree 2350 loaders are great, but they're hard on the older pre-66 series tractors.

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2250 and 2255 are totally different loaders.post-1051-0-01077900-1411523051_thumb.jp2250

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