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|barry||Can a7310 ford loader be placed on a 1486 international tractor with a minimal amount of fabricating?
|barry||i am in a hurry please help
Ford tractors require different mounting kits to fit a loader onto a given Ford tractor. To fit a 7210 loader onto an International 1486 would almost certainly require significant fabrication to fit.
|barry||What kind of fabrication? Just lengthening or new mounts or both?
|Big_T||Probably both. Measure the loader and figure how you are going to make it fit.
Go to the "Messicks Farm Equipment" website on the internet. Click on the "parts diagram" button and then on "New Holland". Enter 7310 and it will give you various diagrams of this loader. It also has mounting kits for Ford tractors, which will give you an idea of what you have to fabricate.
Personally, I would look for a loader that will directly fit your tractor.
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