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    220R Loader bolt broke

    Just snapped a bolt on the loader. I think it affects the loader stand only. Any ideas on how to fix this? Have a call into the dealer, hopefully covered under warranty.
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    Drill into the bolt and use an extractor. If the machine is under warranty the dealer should be able to take care of it.
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    Now that the head of the bolt is off it should be easy to remove the rest like said above. Before you try let it soak for a will using a penetrating oil. If I was removing the left over bolt I would take a small sharp punch ago about 2/3rds off center and use the punch to hit it the direction it turns. If it is loose just do that till you can get ahold of it. I made a chisel with a 45% angled tip so it is easy to do this on busted bolts. If it is not rusted in place it should twist out easy this way or using a extractor. I just never have one when I need it! On easy one I drill a hole and drive a chisel into the hole and use a wrench to turn it.

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    looks like with the spacers removed there should be plenty to grab with visegrips.....depends on the sequince of pics.
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    This has happened to me twice, all I used to was a pick tool to screw it out.
    I don't understand why they break but it is easy to replace and less than $1.50. I bought a few extras.
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    If it's tight I weld a nut on the stub and turn it out. The heat from welding helps loosen it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetLou View Post
    This has happened to me twice, all I used to was a pick tool to screw it out.
    I don't understand why they break but it is easy to replace and less than $1.50. I bought a few extras.
    Time to up/grade that bolt to a stronger one if it was me. Sure don't want your loader frame dropping due to a support bolt snapping off.

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    So I don't understand what I'm looking at. It looks like a bolt to hold the larger loader pin in place. I thought the pin should extend to the outer edge of the parts on both sides and only a washer and smaller bolt to keep the pin centered in the joint.

    So why is there a "spacer" under that washer that looks like it is the same thickness of the "moving" arm section of the loader? If that "spacer" is the same thickness of the loader arm, isn't the entire weight of the arm on that bolt alone?

    I can't see the surfaces of the remaining pin and the under surface of the spacer in that pic. Did the end of the loader pin break off and put the entire load on the keeper bolt? I also cannot figure out why that bolt snapped like it did.

    Just looking for more clarification. (I didn't get a chance to look up the exploded view on JD parts).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomfive View Post
    So I don't understand what I'm looking at. It looks like a bolt to hold the larger loader pin in place. I thought the pin should extend to the outer edge of the parts on both sides and only a washer and smaller bolt to keep the pin centered in the joint.

    So why is there a "spacer" under that washer that looks like it is the same thickness of the "moving" arm section of the loader? If that "spacer" is the same thickness of the loader arm, isn't the entire weight of the arm on that bolt alone?

    I can't see the surfaces of the remaining pin and the under surface of the spacer in that pic. Did the end of the loader pin break off and put the entire load on the keeper bolt? I also cannot figure out why that bolt snapped like it did.

    Just looking for more clarification. (I didn't get a chance to look up the exploded view on JD parts).
    It's actually a bolt that keeps the loader stand connected to the loader frame. I can continue to use the loader but cannot remove the loader due to this issue. Dealer is supposed to come out and fix it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmissed View Post
    It's actually a bolt that keeps the loader stand connected to the loader frame. I can continue to use the loader but cannot remove the loader due to this issue. Dealer is supposed to come out and fix it.
    OK Thanks, so it not on of the heavily loaded/main joints of your loader. That explains a lot.
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