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    JD to "Quick Tatch" adapter

    Sorry, I realize I could probably find this by searching. Don't want to, and I know someone will be more than happy to throw in their 2 cents!

    Looking for options to go from my JD loader to any quick tatch attachment.

    And the obvious remark is why in the heck doesn't JD use quick tatch?

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    The down side is that itll take 137 lbs off your lifting capacity. I would guess that was the reaaon for this system to begin with
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Maphesto View Post
    And the obvious remark is why in the heck doesn't JD use quick tatch?
    Because John Deere, that's why. Lol.
    I've come to like it (JDQA), more than SSQA. I prefer the simplicity of no moving parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Maphesto View Post
    Sorry, I realize I could probably find this by searching. Don't want to, and I know someone will be more than happy to throw in their 2 cents!

    Looking for options to go from my JD loader to any quick tatch attachment.

    And the obvious remark is why in the heck doesn't JD use quick tatch?
    Hmmmmm

    You must be a young phart, feeling like you are entitled and don't have to do things for yourself













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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiwire View Post
    The down side is that itll take 137 lbs off your lifting capacity. I would guess that was the reaaon for this system to begin with
    And it pushes the attachment out a little bit from the pins so you lose even more capacity than that.


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