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Thread: Building a Front End Loader for a small Garden Tractor that lifts 500kg/1100lb

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    Building a Front End Loader for a small Garden Tractor that lifts 500kg/1100lb

    Hey guys,
    I was told it was a good Idea to post this Video here



    If you have any questions about the loader or tractor, feel free to ask
    Last edited by diacsn; 02-21-2019 at 10:33 AM.

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    Does anybody know if its possible to embed the Video with the actual Youtube Embed-Link? Only posting the Video URL doesnt count the Views of the Video...so i cant see where people forword or stop the Video, which helps me to improve my Video quality...

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    When you post a YouTube url in your post, it gets automatically converted to traditional embed code like this, from the source code of this page:



    So you should definitely be seeing your views increasing after posting here, especially after our first newsletter that features a video that you post.

    Regarding the forward/stop issue, of that I'm not certain; I need to look into that one.

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    I guess small garden tractor is a subjective term. That tractor looks to be a 4x4 diesel with power steering and a three point hitch. Not what I would classify as small. But that’s just me. To others I’ll bet it’s tiny. You’d pay 15k for that tractor in the US. To me a small garden tractor is a 2-3k unit.

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    You are mostly right, but no power steering tho. 2 cylinder, 18hp diesel. I paid 3k€ for it and it was build in 1987. If id put a regular old Murray mower tractor next to it, you would see, that is only 1 step" bigger...

    @Jon, you are completly right, i dont know what i did wrong, but works as you said

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    Nice work . What did you use for a pump and reservoir?

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    Thank you!
    I used the internal System. First i thought it wouldnt be stron enough and bought an external Pump and an extra Tank. But it turned out, the internal System is plenty strong. It has 130bar at 12 liters/min i think. Which is roughly 1.9k psi at 2.6 gallons/min if this makes more sense to you

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    Thanks diacsn! We've added your Tractor Loader to our Farm and Garden category,
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    Well, thanks a lot!

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    Nice build. Once you have one you wonder how you got along without.

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