Tractor Loader pins

TexelBen

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
North Yorkshire
I've finally swapped mf 80 loader to an unmolested one, with the proper tilt linkage.

Its missing some pins out of the linkage, can I make some out of standard mild steel, or do they need to hardened?

Tia
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TheTallGuy

Member
Location
Cambridgeshire
I'm currently putting an 880 loader onto a 4wd MF690 (seemed like a good idea at the time!) & have lifted the front end up using mild steel pins on the linkages in order to get it together & checked out, but obviously being soft they will gouge fairly easily so will be replaced with En24 later on.
 

TexelBen

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
North Yorkshire
cat 3 toplink pins would be 32mm or 1-1/4".
they wouldnt be the hardest but would suffice for a 80 loader.
En24 otherwise imo.
Thanks, it won't be flat out everyday, just light use. Gotta be better than hand balling 4 stringer into the back of the pickup.

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