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Hey everybody. Laid up with the flu. Thinking about how hard it would be to convert my 1947 loader to a quick attach system. I can fab anything, really just need plans. Any ideas, or is this fever deceiving me down a rabbit hole? Thanks.
 

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Maybe this should be in fab and metalworking.
 

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What kind of QA? skid-steer or other?
 

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What kind of QA? skid-steer or other?
I'm thinking like a Bobcat Dingo, or Vermeer style, since my Bucket's a 48" it'll probably be easier to find attachments in a skid steer style. What's the best and most versatile?
 

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I built a mini skid steer quick attach system. The Toro Dingo quick attach system was the inspiration but it is the same as a bunch of mini's spec. I bought a plate (Titan 1/4" from Ebay for $69 w/free shipping-Amazon is $75 free shipping) and then made a quick attach assembly to fit the plate. The notch on the loader side is for the snow thrower pto shaft. I need to order another plate and build a front hoe.
 

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I built a mini skid steer quick attach system. The Toro Dingo quick attach system was the inspiration but it is the same as a bunch of mini's spec. I bought a plate (Titan 1/4" from Ebay for $69 w/free shipping-Amazon is $75 free shipping) and then made a quick attach assembly to fit the plate. The notch on the loader side is for the snow thrower pto shaft. I need to order another plate and build a front hoe.
Jay, you are the man. Thanks. This is EXACTLY what will work and I needed.
 
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