240 front end loader

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  1. J. David Oldham

    J. David Oldham Farmall Cub

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    Not sure I'm posting in right spot. If wrong point me where to go. I have a 240 IH utility tractor with a manual dump front end loader & I want to sell / trade the loader, cylinders, hoses & controls. Not sure what yr model I have. Tell me how to find out. Thanks.
     
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    I'm new here, but I imagine there's enough knowledge here to help you.I'd think the best way to start is to put the serial number up where we can all see it. That'll go a long way to determine the year
     
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    J. David Oldham Farmall Cub

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    I can't find ser number. Where is it located. I found something on side of case that may be a casting # 359019 R1. posting photos of front ennd loader. No ser numbers on it, looks like Molson on a tag.
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    That's not an IH for sure. I'd list it on Yesterday's Tractors photo ads.
     
  5. J. David Oldham

    J. David Oldham Farmall Cub

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    Wonder what I have? The controls and selector valves bolt to the top of the transmission where hyd. controles for 3 point are looks factory.
    Maybe the front end loader part has been modified fron another rractor. The loader bucket does not dig good, no down tihe. bucket run flat like to clean ot chicken house or barn. Thanks I'll dig into this more. :ihtractor: ..:cornfused:
     
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    Anyone know if this would bolt up to my IH 300 Utility?
     
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    J. David Oldham Farmall Cub

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    Still for sale, all hose, lift cylinders & mounting brackets & frame. Manual dump.
    My tractor has manual steering & extra weight made it hard to steer. I just use tractor for mowing & disking.
     
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    Can you give me a reasonably accurate measure of the I.D. between the side brackets? I still need one, but it is going to have to fit the tractor I have.
     
  9. J. David Oldham

    J. David Oldham Farmall Cub

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    Sure. But we are RVing down at Canyon Lake down in Tx. & front end loader is in Ark. We will be gone from home 2-4 more weeks.
    Will measure & take photos when I get back.
    It worked good & no leaks on lift cylinders or hoses. Just didn't need it.
     
  10. jeff campbell

    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    you can make brackets to bolt it on. just takes time and a lot of measuring.
     
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    Sounding better all the time! Have fun at Canyon Lake, it is in a beautiful part of the world!
     
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    Amen! :clap:
    We lived in Wimberley for 10 yr. & oldest son & family still there.
     
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    I really doubt a loader that fits a 240 would fit a 300 utility. The 240 is a newer model C/Super C. 300 is similar to an H.
     

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