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|G Elrod||Does anyone know what type of loader attachment is best suited for the Ford 2810?
|Jim||I have a 2810 with a Farmhand loader on it and it works well. Farmhand is a division of AGCO (use your search engine). It's pretty easy to put on and take off. I take it off when I do field work to reduce weight and make maneuvering easier. I have 500 pounds of wheel weight on the rear, which helps counterbalance when lifting the loader's 2000 pound max. Hopefully, it's still in production. My 2810 is an '89. Good luck!
|s willis||how much and where is it located?