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    attach a 200cx loader-latch

    i watch videos did a search for manuals but i still don t get it / not sure I detach my loader 200cx -my latch are now in open position Now when i attach back the loader the latch should stay open or i should close them

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmorea View Post
    i watch videos did a search for manuals but i still don t get it / not sure I detach my loader 200cx -my latch are now in open position Now when i attach back the loader the latch should stay open or i should close them
    It doesn't really matter. If they are open now they will automatically latch shut when you re-mount the loader. Or... you can go ahead and close them now and when you re-mount the loader it will slip under them and they will re-latch.
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    I think the manual states to close them after you remove the loader. As jgayman said, the loader will go right on without opening them.
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    danmorea; whatever u do with them latches, do NOT LET OR PUT UR FINGERS UNDER THE LIP OF THEM, THAT SPRING IN THEIR IS VERY STRONG, AND IT WILL SMASH UR FINGERS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jim 55 View Post
    danmorea; whatever u do with them latches, do NOT LET OR PUT UR FINGERS UNDER THE LIP OF THEM, THAT SPRING IN THEIR IS VERY STRONG, AND IT WILL SMASH UR FINGERS.
    Jim, sounds like there is a story to be told here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    Jim, sounds like there is a story to be told here...
    ur never get the truth out of me!!uh-uh.
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