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    Trying to id loader

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    Does any body know who made this loader? It didn't fit the A very well, maybe oliver or home made?
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    I can't answer your question, but I just wanted to marvel at how far we've come in 50-60 years or so with technology and ergonomics. I just could not imagine working that for 8+ hours a day!

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    mine was way...............older than that. it had cables attached to the cylinders that lifted everything, and then gravity took over on the down side.

    my pap had a oliver wide front end-that had a bar across the top like that. but i don't think urs would fit on a wide front end, just a narrow one-the way it looks.

    i could of replaced my old one-with a jd #45 for $200-man i regretted that for not getting it. that was for my jd model 50. i still have it(the loader) sitting in the meadow, along with other stuff-i just think i need to keep forever

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    That looks like an old Wagner Loader from a Ford 2N/8N/9N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    That looks like an old Wagner Loader from a Ford 2N/8N/9N
    I'd have to agree. It has the manufacturing feature of a Wagner. So, it must be.
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