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Kwik Way loader quick attach


Mr. Plow
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Loader was a 2072, engine and tins went on your old 1872 (now red 982) and 18 and nice tins went on loader.   Saved me some paint work, and plowing tractor became 20hp!

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I keep thinking about building a Mag 20 for my 782 but it hasn't been run in several years now and I haven't been to a plow day either so it's just an idea in the back of my head although I have all the parts I think. 

 

My 3240 will plow if I need too :)

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6 hours ago, Mr. Plow said:

 

Nice job as usual!

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  • 11 months later...

Loader started to take its toll on the factory tie rod ends so today was upgrade time.

New greasable ends (much heavier duty) from McMaster Carr.

Had to relocate one grease zerk because it would have hit the axle on a hard turn.  Reset toe and greased everything up (including axle and spindles).

Now back to loader work without worrying about steering!

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Nice upgrade!  Much beefier looking than the old ones.

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  • 6 months later...
On 6/30/2021 at 2:27 PM, Rollingthunder42 said:

Would you be willing to build another set of the quick attach for a Sears kwikway?

Not at this time.....lots of minor fitting required for mine to work right.   Would hate to not have it work well on another loader.

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