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    Loader on with blower mount still on?

    I thought my dealer said I could leave the long shaft from the snow blower on and still use loader. Its a 1025. I tried to put loader on today and does not seem to be the case. Do I need to take the shaft and front mount off or did I miss something? Or is it the fact I do not have bucket attached?Thanks
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    I have to take my PTO shaft and hanger bracket off to mount my FEL...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikR View Post
    I have to take my PTO shaft and hanger bracket off to mount my FEL...
    Same here. Somewhere in this site there is a thread about a guy who bent his FEL parking stand so that he could put on the FEL with something else on the front of the tractor. This member had experience in bending metal, I think in auto body work. He used the FEL to bend its own parking stand. I was impressed and I would like this feature, but it seemed beyond my skills. I posted a thread some time ago on quick installation and removal of the drive shaft. LINK HERE.
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    I took shaft and bracket off and loader arms went right on. I guess if we get a little snow I'll just use loader and back blade. Thanks

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