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I had not seen that. Thanks for the link. Those are some impressive specs on the small MSL loaders.
 

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I had not seen that. Thanks for the link. Those are some impressive specs on the small MSL loaders.
Yeah I was thinking the same thing. The added specs alone are worth the upgrade. I'm gonna reach out to my dealer tomorrow.
 

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Interesting. I learned here on GTT that some countries require them. Like Australia.
 

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I suspect there will FINALLY be some used loaders on the market soon, LOL.

And, strange there is nothing for the 3R series?
 

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I suspect there will FINALLY be some used loaders on the market soon, LOL.

And, strange there is nothing for the 3R series?
Maybe they are working on a redesign and it'll be standard.
 

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Are these mechanical or Hydro leveling.
I've read the hydro units only level going up Not Down...perhaps this has changed..idk
 

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Almost a 600 pound increase for the 220R, I may have to look into that, but I doubt I will like the price. Wonder what the ballast requirements are.
 

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Are these mechanical or Hydro leveling.
I've read the hydro units only level going up Not Down...perhaps this has changed..idk
It's mechanical.
 

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Almost a 600 pound increase for the 220R, I may have to look into that, but I doubt I will like the price. Wonder what the ballast requirements are.
I'll let you know what the dealer says. If it's not astronomical I'll probably upgrade.
 

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Maybe they are working on a redesign and it'll be standard.
Unlikely, since every other loader model is available with and without MSL.

I’m sure a 320R MSL will follow.
 
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Almost a 600 pound increase for the 220R, I may have to look into that, but I doubt I will like the price. Wonder what the ballast requirements are.
Right... that puts you in 3-series lift territory.
 

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Im curious too if that is at the pin vs the 803lb spec for the NSL which is 500mm out front. Looking forward to hearing what your dealer says (y)
Yeah, if that 1377 number is at the pivot it's not nearly as big of an upgrade. My neighbor works at the factory and my sales guy used to so hopefully they can provide some accurate information.
 
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There's no replacement, for displacement.

I wish I never saw this thread... :LOL:
 

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Great... soon you won't be able to GIVE away a 120R or 220R. :-(
 

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Hi All
I find it strange that the loader is MSL yet the bucket is off a non self leveling loader quite a bit of weight could be saved if the spill guard was removed as it is no longer needed and would offset the extra weight of the extra linkages. Also removing the spill guard gives better visibility at the front because of the shorter bucket.
Regards John
 
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