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In Reply to: Tractor ID help posted by Alan Callison on Tuesday, January 30, 2018:
I don't know much about the newer tractors but my NAA has a bucket. The hydraulics hook up near the middle to the arms of the bucket. I would think the only reason for hydraulic hoses at the front would be to tip the bucket. Mine also has a valve under the seat to switch from the 3 point hitch to the bucket. Hopefully someone that knows more than me will reply.
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