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Re loader

Post by manxmac » Fri Jan 22, 2016 2:33 pm

I would like to know if a Front loader from a DB1494 would fit a DB 1210 Q cab. I miss powerrabbit on this forum and as he is the expert on front loaders would welcome a definitive response to this question.

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RE: Re loader

Post by case-ih1594 » Fri Jan 22, 2016 9:03 pm

http://www.dbtcuk.org/index.php?name=PN ... &view=next

This has been covered before and I agree with what you say. In absence of a more concrete answer, a 1494 loader (L1500) would be too large for a 1210. The 1490 loader (HD90) would potentially fit in terms of bracket and width, but the controls would need altering.

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RE: Re loader

Post by John_Allen » Sat Jan 23, 2016 8:52 am

My main concern with a 90/94 loader on a 12 would be that the loader frame has to be further forward to clear the long cab. This wouldn't be a big issue on the Q-cabbed 12,as the loader would need to be further forward on those too! However, it does put extra load on the front axle. As said, the loader controls would need to be altered to fit the 12.

As an aside, PR wasn't always right about loaders. EG: he insisted that an LF8 fitted an 885 - it doesn't - the 885 has the same chassis as a 770/780, which is narrower than an 880, so an LF7 was used!

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RE: Re loader

Post by case-ih1594 » Sat Jan 23, 2016 2:34 pm

I think John Allen is correct here, in that 90/94 Series loaders come down VERY close to the tip of the bonnet, and they have a slightly sloped bonnet. The 1210 type bonnet is longer and higher. The brackets should probably fit, but the boom may clash, in other words it would probably 'fit', but it would not operate.

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Post by manxmac » Mon Jan 25, 2016 11:52 am

Just wondering if anyone knows whether the side mounting brackets for DB loaders are all the same or whether each tractor model had specific brackets or maybe a couple of brackets would cover all models. DB being Yorkshire bred and careful with the "Brass" it seems inconceivable that brackets and loader arms were different for the complete range. All the brackets that I have seen all appear to have the same chassis attachment drillings. I, therefore, wonder if the length of the arms were the only difference between tractor models. The 12 & 14 series having longer arms to clear the extended bonnet.

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RE: re loader

Post by JamesF » Mon Jan 25, 2016 1:08 pm

Not all the brackets were the same

The brackets for the four wheel drive tractors were deeper than the 2wd loaders

We had a HD90 loader on a 1410 q cab tractor and that fitted perfectly

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