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|Mike||I have access to a loader that was removed from a MF 165, does anyone know if this loader would fit a MF 135? Would any type of retro fitting be required for this to work or would it bolt right on?
|Big Dean||Hi Mike
The loader from the MF165 will work on an MF135 you will have to come up with front mounting bracket for the MF135 or build one. The bracket from an industrial MF2135 or an MF20 are the same as the one on the MF135.
The US built MF135 with the swept back front axle does not handle a loader well the axle and center pivot pin are to light to handle much of a load.