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    H120 loader parts diagram

    Hi guys... steel crossmember going from left to right side of h120 loader looking to have a bend in it right near the middle (bucket has bend near same place ).

    Anyone have a parts diagram for h120 loader with part numbers and names ???

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    This what you need? Looks like item 1.

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    Loader Boom
    Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
    1 AW35012 Loader Boom 1
    2 W49647 Bushing 2
    3 W54319 Bushing 4
    4 JD7844 Lubrication Fitting 4
    5 AW34046 Pin 4
    6 W52052 Bushing 2
    7 W32257 Bushing 4
    8 40M7119 Snap Ring 4
    9 W54102 Cover 1
    10 N189220 Tie Band 3
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    Here's the bucket.

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    BUCKET
    Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
    1 W50426 Safety Sign 1
    2 W43359 Hook 2 (A)
    3 W47211 Pin 2 (A)
    4 W43355 Wear Plate 2 (A)
    5 W44426 Cutting Edge 1 (A) (B)
    6 BW15896 Loader Bucket 1 (D) 1250MM
    7 JD7844 Lubrication Fitting 4
    8 AW34731 Pin 4
    9 14M7291 Flange Nut 4 M16
    10 T181070 Spacer 4 FOR 1250MM BUCKET
    Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
    11 BW14144 Loader Bucket 1 (C) 1250MM
    BW14145 Loader Bucket 1 (C) 1350MM
    BW14146 Loader Bucket 1 (C) 1550MM
    (A) Weld on(B) Cut to Length

    (C) (Quick attach) Complete goods/ship bundle(D) (Non-quick attach) Complete goods/ship bundle
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    I bet those are parts! Out of curiosity how did you bend them!?
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    Ouch... Item 1 (AW35012) is pushing $1,500 dollars
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    I'm guessing from the description in the first post it's item #3 below, AKA the "timing rod":

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    Bucket Holder
    Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
    1 W50722 Holder 1 RH
    2 W50723 Holder 1 LH
    3 AW32737 Pin 1
    4 JD7844 Lubrication Fitting 2
    5 W33912 Pin Fastener 2
    6 14M7291 Flange Nut 2 M16
    7 11M7015 Cotter Pin 2 3.200 X 25 mm
    8 AW33494 Pin 2
    9 AW30903 Quick Lock Pin 2
    10 11M7021 Cotter Pin 2 4 X 25 mm
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    Winner winner, thanks ken. I probably was not very precise with my description but yes indeed it appears to be the timing pin.

    How did I bend it? No clue. I'm guessing it made contact with something like a stump and there was no actual bucket contact

    Thankfully these rods cost 150 as opposed to 1500

    Apparently these timing rods keep the loader arms in alignment, some posters have reported that their dealerships or metal workers have straightened out their rods. How important is this to be smooth straight and square?
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    Being perfectly straight is not essential in this case, it's main function is just to keep the two QA shoes somewhat aligned. Straighten it the best you can, or find someone with a press to help you.
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    They can be a pain putting in when they are straight and new, I can only imagine the fun of pulling one out when its bent. Probably easier to cut to remove.
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    Hey guys I've got a 1023E with an H120 loader and I need to find the rod thing that the bucket level indicator goes through. thanks!

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