Ford 4610 Front Loader/Bucket

Mabel1

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Hi all, am looking at buying a 4610 which will mainly be used for topping and harrowing. It currently has a front loader attached which I know I will never use so just wondering if there is a market for these if we removed it. Thank you!
 

Mabel1

Member
No, I really don't think I have the need for one. Tractor will be used for harrowing, rolling, topping and moving mobile field shelters around. My muck goes straight onto a trailer so can't see what I would use it for. Seems a shame to have it and never use it if someone else could benefit from it and I could make a few quid!
 

essexpete

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Essex
No, I really don't think I have the need for one. Tractor will be used for harrowing, rolling, topping and moving mobile field shelters around. My muck goes straight onto a trailer so can't see what I would use it for. Seems a shame to have it and never use it if someone else could benefit from it and I could make a few quid!
Keep it for what you will get for it. If you can do as poster above said. Coat exposed rams, I would wipe some grease on hyd fittings, park on dry ground preferably out of direct summer sunlight.
Having been involved with a small farm/holding most of my life, I would not want to be loader-less.
 

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