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IH1000 Loader

Postby ShawnAgne » Sun Dec 15, 2019 7:20 pm

Eventually going to fab a loader for the Cub. The original I know mounted at the finals and the bolster. But looking at Rick's picture of the backhoe/laoder cub his is attached at the finals and at the middle mounting points. And it looks like there is a bar or something going up to the bolster mount. Would it be best to do the attachments like Ricks or do it where the attachment going to the bolster has more meet like the original along with securing it at the middle.
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Re: IH1000 Loader

Postby inairam » Mon Dec 16, 2019 7:40 am

With my ih1000 I think you need some flex between the tractor and the loader with the one-armed loader. The front is not rigid it pivots in an inverted A frame attached to the bolster. It moves around a good bit.

I think if you did a two-armed loader it would make sense to use the mounting points on the trans. I also think if you had a backhoe you would need the rigidity as well.

I am actually moving my IH1000 loader to a 130. Ih1000 is a lot of cub. It has worked fine for years but it is very limited.
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Re: IH1000 Loader

Postby Rick Prentice » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:07 am

The main reason mine attached at the mid section was the subframe that came with the backhoe attachment only reached forwards that far. I wasn't comfortable with that so I found parts to also attach the the bolster. I keep that arm snug for added support.

An added note. The backhoe forces while digging would tend to lift the mid section of cub, Front loaders would push down.

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Re: IH1000 Loader

Postby Don McCombs » Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:25 am

For those of you that have lingering doubts about the performance capabilities of Rick's Cub backhoe, here is a shot removing a stump at Gene Dotson's property during Cubfest 2006. Cell phones didn't have video in those days, or you would see it in action.

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12V with Petronix
IH 3160 Mower Deck
54 Leveling Blade
193 Plow
IH528 Trailer
Front/Rear Weights
1955 Farmall 300 (Clarence)
12V with Petronix
Woods L306 72"
1955 Farmall 100 (Thomas)
12V with Petronix
Woods L59 60"
A60 Leveling Blade
Front/Rear Weights
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Re: IH1000 Loader

Postby ShawnAgne » Mon Dec 16, 2019 6:15 pm

Rick Prentice wrote:The main reason mine attached at the mid section was the subframe that came with the backhoe attachment only reached forwards that far. I wasn't comfortable with that so I found parts to also attach the the bolster. I keep that arm snug for added support.

An added note. The backhoe forces while digging would tend to lift the mid section of cub, Front loaders would push down.


Rick


So is the front loader built onto the subframe of the backhoe?
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Re: IH1000 Loader

Postby Rick Prentice » Tue Dec 17, 2019 9:16 am

Yes. The homemade loader and pedestal is bolted to the front corner of the Woods subframe. I found the control valve, the step, and the curved heavy duty arm that slid into the steering bolster at a local farm auction with lots of IH items.The adjustable turnbuckle was from TSC. the front bucket and ROPS was from a Yoder & Frey auction. All pins and clips from TSC. Hoses from Buckeye Hydraulics, cylinders from Baileynet.com.

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