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    Quote Originally Posted by John 54 View Post
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    Hi Tim just thought I would show you an Australian delivered Kubota BX 2380. The red thing attached to the loader frame in the forth picture is to put over the FEL cylinder shaft while working on the tractor with the FEL up in the air.
    I've never understood why the manufacturers don't make these maintenance brackets available for all loaders. Even if they don't include them as standard equipment they should have them available as an option or add-on.

    Most construction equipment has them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    I've never understood why the manufacturers don't make these maintenance brackets available for all loaders. Even if they don't include them as standard equipment they should have them available as an option or add-on.

    Most construction equipment has them.
    Hi jgayman The maintenance brackets is a real after thought is sticks out a long way. The one on my loader is out of the way behind the loader post see picture below (sorry about the picture quality)
    regards John
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    Quote Originally Posted by John 54 View Post
    Hi jgayman The maintenance brackets is a real after thought is sticks out a long way. The one on my loader is out of the way behind the loader post see picture below (sorry about the picture quality)
    regards John
    What's that heavy bar behind your loader? Does it go to your grill guard?? Ment for john54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John 54 View Post
    Hi jgayman The maintenance brackets is a real after thought is sticks out a long way. The one on my loader is out of the way behind the loader post see picture below (sorry about the picture quality)
    regards John
    I wish they had self leveling buckets on small loaders in the U.S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisR View Post
    I wish they had self leveling buckets on small loaders in the U.S.
    I'd settle for an SCV that could manage more than one function at the same time. Curl/lift, for example. I think the Kubota SCUTs can do that. John Deere...not so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisR View Post
    I wish they had self leveling buckets on small loaders in the U.S.
    If they did, we would complain they don't work on hills...
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    That is one of my complaints about my JD. No way around it the loader valve is better on Kubota. I’m sure a video is coming where he compares the end loaders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgeman View Post
    That is one of my complaints about my JD. No way around it the loader valve is better on Kubota. I’m sure a video is coming where he compares the end loaders.
    Yes, my 1023E doesn't allow multiple movements with the loader. As someone else posted, it is possible if you go slowly enough and develop your fine motor skills with the SCV, but it's not really a functional multi-movement plumbing system. It's kind of a nuisance...I rented tractors periodically before I got this John Deere and have never rented one that didn't have that capability. First time I went to scoop a bucket of dirt in my 1023E, I was surprised that it felt so cumbersome. Not knowing better, I actually called the dealer to suggest that my hydraulic system was broken.

    Is it because of a lame SCV design, or is it due to inadequate hydraulic pump output volume? I know that those simultaneous functions are possible with the Kubota...what's different about that hydraulic system?
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    Hi Melikes
    Yes that bar behind the loader frame is part of the grill guard. See photo below
    regards John
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    Self-leveling doesn't usually actually have anything to do with level. It maintains the set bucket angle s the loader goes up and down. Whether that is level or curled back or dumped or whatever, it will stay that way up and down. So if you pickup a pallet with the forks level, they will stay level as you go up and down. If you scoop up some dirt in the bucket and have it curled back, it will stay at that angle as you raise it up, rather than dumping the load back on you.

    Automatic level is a feature on wheel loaders where the operator can push a button and the bucket will go to the level position. Makes for fast work when you're loading trucks from piles all day.
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