||I have a 2424 int. industerial tractor that is a hydrostat. It was a tow motor on a air base that pulled air planes. I am wanting to put a hyd. loader on and want to know if i can hook in to the hydrolics that it has or do i have to install a seprate pump. If i can what loaders will work on this model. Also can a rear pto be added to this model it just has a big cover plate on the rear end. It currently has turf tires can i change to regular tractor tires or would it be to much for the hydrostat system. thanks any help would be greatly appreicated.
||mine has a international 2000 loader assembly on it. i need a hood, and a backhoe attachment for mine.
||Rare though they may be, I also own an International 2424 with weather-protective cab and hydro "shuttle" transmission, originally sold to a Washington state airport where it was well maintained as an aircraft tow tug with cargo handling capabilities. Its cargo handling capabilities derive from a front-mounted hydraulic forklift attachment. I've been told that swapping a front end loader for its forklift attachment should not require any unusual mechanical skills. The hydraulic system can power either. Its rear towing connection is a pintle hitch. Should someone want to swap for a conventionally-fitted farm or light utility tractor, I'd like to avoid exchanging an FEL for my forklift.