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Richard Hodges 403818 307 6320 either
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Unloading fert off a lorry the other day
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Last pic. Scania truck
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how many kg's in one bag?
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The fact that he is picking 2 up at once would indicate to me approx 1/2 tonne each JD.
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Each bag is 600kg. They used to be 500kgs but now everyone wants 600kgs which is ok if your spreader is big enough to hold that bit more
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Richard, why did you choose a Quicke loader instead of a JD loader?
Take care.
Victor
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We'd had another Quicke loader before, and still have on a Jd 1640. The one on the 6320 has softdrive and combi head on it to be compatible with older quicke attachments we already had and the euro type for any new ones we get. Its a Q10-70 loader so softdrive was standard i think? Its also got lock and go which is great and a massive time and effort saver compared to our other older Quicke loader. One thing with the loader is that the hydraulic pipes hide the right indicator which seems kinda silly but i dont know if this is the same on all loaders?

We chose a Quicke over a John Deere loader as we felt that the Quicke is superior and as we have one already and that has given us no problems so why change. Also old attachment wouldnt have fitted and brackets aren't exactly cheap.Im sure jd loaders are good but its alot of money to spend to find out
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