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    What do you do with the quick lock pin when removing 120R bucket

    I somehow had one ripped off (and lost) yesterday. When I remove the bucket I have just been letting them dangle, obviously this was the wrong decision.

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    There is an eyelet just above the hole to put that in when not in use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcoffey View Post
    I somehow had one ripped off (and lost) yesterday. When I remove the bucket I have just been letting them dangle, obviously this was the wrong decision.
    This is another case where the loader operator's manual is your friend...

    Detach Bucket or Attachment



    1. W27066-UN-11SEP15

      W27171-UN-10DEC15
      A - Quick-Lock Pin
      B - Storage Position
      C - Hook
      D - Holder
      E - Holder Strap
      F - Bucket Pin
      Procedure is the same for all attachments. Bucket attachment shown.Start engine.

    2. Release parking brake and place transmission in NEUTRAL.
    3. Retract bucket cylinders and raise boom 460 mm (18 in) above the ground.
    4. Engage tractor parking brake and place transmission in PARK. Shut off engine and remove key.
    5. Remove quick-lock pin (A) from each side of bucket.
    6. Store pins in storage position (B).
    7. Start engine.
    8. Extend bucket cylinders until the pin (F) releases from holder strap (E) on each side of bucket.
    9. Lower loader boom, place transmission in REVERSE and move away from bucket. Holder (D) releases from hook (C) on each side of bucket.
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    I dont leave them loose for long. Either my bucket is on, or the forks. If I dont want either on there, I remove the whole loader.

    Honest question, when would you want the loader on, but nothing attached to it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaJim View Post
    I dont leave them loose for long. Either my bucket is on, or the forks. If I dont want either on there, I remove the whole loader.
    That's all it takes. If dangling they can get torn off when removing or attaching the bucket.

    Honest question, when would you want the loader on, but nothing attached to it?
    I have seen a lot of folks remove the bucket when mowing. I have also seen the bucket removed in certain transporting situations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaJim View Post
    I dont leave them loose for long. Either my bucket is on, or the forks. If I dont want either on there, I remove the whole loader.

    Honest question, when would you want the loader on, but nothing attached to it?
    When the dealer came out to give me some "how-to's", he removed the entire loader except for disconnecting the hoses, but then we spent nearly an hour trying to get it re-attached, eventually he drove it into a small tree and it finally aligned.

    So I have been terrified of removing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    This is another case where the loader operator's manual is your friend...

    Detach Bucket or Attachment



    1. W27066-UN-11SEP15

      W27171-UN-10DEC15
      A - Quick-Lock Pin
      B - Storage Position
      C - Hook
      D - Holder
      E - Holder Strap
      F - Bucket Pin
      Procedure is the same for all attachments. Bucket attachment shown.Start engine.

    2. Release parking brake and place transmission in NEUTRAL.
    3. Retract bucket cylinders and raise boom 460 mm (18 in) above the ground.
    4. Engage tractor parking brake and place transmission in PARK. Shut off engine and remove key.
    5. Remove quick-lock pin (A) from each side of bucket.
    6. Store pins in storage position (B).
    7. Start engine.
    8. Extend bucket cylinders until the pin (F) releases from holder strap (E) on each side of bucket.
    9. Lower loader boom, place transmission in REVERSE and move away from bucket. Holder (D) releases from hook (C) on each side of bucket.
    Thank you, I never noticed there was a spot for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaJim View Post
    I dont leave them loose for long. Either my bucket is on, or the forks. If I dont want either on there, I remove the whole loader.

    Honest question, when would you want the loader on, but nothing attached to it?
    I often times remove the bucket when I'm brush hogging.
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    Don't feel bad you are not the first one to knock these pins off. your loader should come off easy nothing to be afraid about any problems see your dealer, it might have a setup problem.. good luck
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