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    260 BH Frame Bolt Torque?

    Working on the 260BH today. The Right side 2 Bolts on the Loader mound are loose. They are 18MM and imprinted on the top are 8M and 10.9. Anyone know the Torque for these two. It's the two "Square Wings" that stick out along side the motor where the Loader attaches to. It's also where the BH attachment frame attaches too. Just need the torque specs. Thanks.
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    The information you want is in the Backhoe Mounting Kit Installation Instructions, Deere p/n LVU24088 KO. TomFive posted a PDF of this manual in a thread about a year ago. POST HERE

    According to page 4 of this manual, all of the M12 hardware (requires 18mm socket) at the loader tubes (4 bolts/nuts on each side) should be tightened to 110 N-m (81 lb-ft). If the 2 horizontal bolts are loose, you probably should check both vertical bolts on the bracket as well. They were probably installed by the same technician without the benefit of a torque wrench.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keane View Post
    The information you want is in the Backhoe Mounting Kit Installation Instructions, Deere p/n LVU24088 KO. TomFive posted a PDF of this manual in a thread about a year ago. POST HERE

    According to page 4 of this manual, all of the M12 hardware (requires 18mm socket) at the loader tubes (4 bolts/nuts on each side) should be tightened to 110 N-m (81 lb-ft). If the 2 horizontal bolts are loose, you probably should check both vertical bolts on the bracket as well. They were probably installed by the same technician without the benefit of a torque wrench.
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