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Mike R 415542 308 JD 7410 Quicke Q55 either
JD 7410 Quicke Q55
John Deere 7410 with Quicke Q55 loader.
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How many HP has the tractor? Nice Quicke loader. Does anybody know if they are as good as Stoll, etc..?
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dein john deere?
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ENGLISH! ***
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He doesn't have to. A lot of people only speak dutch too. or turkish... And besides, German is a cool language :-P
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schizo,this is the Waterloo version of the 6810 and has about 130 HP.(the 7400 has 102 pto HP).
the Quicke is prob.bettet and def.sold more around the world.
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Well, Quicke maybe isn't bad. But Stoll and maybe Mailleux are def. better built but also more expensive. Quicke had a lot of troubles with their chassis that broke of in the 90's... Alö was a very good loader, but then they merged with quicke which is from france... And the tractorchassis are build in france...:-\
the tranny is built in USA or europe?
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the whole tractor is from the US,Waterloo is the factory wich is building all the 7000,8000 and 9000 series tractor.
but now the 7220 and 7320 they had was from Mannheim i think,like the new 7430 and 7530.
could be the tranny was from EU.
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The front axle is definately one from germany on this one.
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they ship a lot of stuff around the world, the 7200 and 7400 had some front axles issiues.:-\
thats why they took this one on the 10 series.
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These are normally very good axles. ZF axles, same as Fendt, Deutz and any other german brand:-)
Our 7600 had some axle trouble too:-(
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Nice combination, this is one of the first Quicke loaders I've seen in the JD green, looks good. Best thing about the tractor and far better than the JD740 loader! The QD55 seems like a very small loader for it though... The front axles on these tractors are the same found on the Large Frame 7000 TEN series tractors, very heavy duty so this tractor should have a Q980 which is now a QD75. :-\

The Quicke loaders are very good, possibly the best built loader world wide. Although I like some of the features of the Mailleux loaders, such as the ability to disconnect a grapple etc without leaving the cab, over-all I think they are over-rated and over-priced.

The PowerQuad transmission in these tractors are also very good, you can shift right through from 1-4 without evening noticing a jerk. I thought they were an NA tranny...

-Josh
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Josh A: This is a ZF frontaxle. Same as under 6810. Probably the gear box is the same as a 6810 too because I don't see the typical axle like under american tractors. 7610-7810 have american frontaxles. And a PQ shifts good but not as smooth as a ZF tranny like under our Fendt. You can go from 1 to 4 or from 4 to 1 without feeling a thing;-)

And with Stoll you have a better view. Also it is smarter built in the turningpoints. This is probably a very good loader. But the best.... I doubt it:-)
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The pic is from agriaffaires I know. This is also a Q55. Normally it's from 90 till 120 HP.
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He has to speak English because the topic starter ins't German!
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I think everyone understands 'dein' and John Deere hopefully too:-P
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The Q55 is a little small on the 7410, a Q65 would have been preferred, but it would have stuck out too far for the farmer's application. The Quicke is definitely the best loader on the market. It is a much more finished/refined product than anything out there. It is built very strong with the best visibility in the industry. There is a reason why CNH used Quicke as their OEM over Stoll in North America....
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Yes, cause it's cheaper. You never use a Iveco engine when you're looking for best quality... Fendt, Deutz-Fahr,... use Stoll. And I think those brands have a better reputation then CNH as it comes to quality. And A stoll is still a bit better made in details my friend;-) We've been looking to all types of loaders these last couple of years.
Original Fendt (Stoll) loader has much better visibility. You can even open your front window with that loader
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Welcome to Farm Photo Michael R :-)
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Quicke is also OEM in North America for Fendt, Massey, Challenger, Agco, McCormick, and Kubota (in Canada)...! The Stoll is a good Loader, but I think in the North American market they are built well enough for lower hp tractors, not 90+. I've seen the abuse some guys can do to them out here...:-)
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Stoll goes up to 180 HP. You only get a Quick loader there on a fendt if you have a 900 series. The rest is Fendt (Stoll) (If you take it factory placed) So you guys need loaders on something like a 900 series? yeah, you don't find that here allright. Isn't it much cheaper to buy a bulldozer then?:-D
But you see Stoll in europe for tractors from 50 to 180 HP. Actually I never saw a 200+ HP tractor with loader lol. Even JD mounted Stoll couple of years ago here in europe. Now it's something french. Maybe faucheux dunno. So in the end tractor makes often use Quicke in USA as OEM and here in europe they often use Stoll as OEM(Fendt, DF, NH,...)
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JD 8420 with JD-loader up to 300 HP.
belongs to a dutch man in Alberta CN :-[
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@Michael; Nice loader, it must be quite new though I have seen that Quicke just introduced colored loaders!

@Schizio: The brand Quicke does not come from any France brand - Ålö from Sweden introduced this brand in 1958 because they then introduced the quick mounted loader.

As I can read out on Ålö's Swedish homepage their French factory that manufactures the foundations are named Agroma. If they had anything with an old brand Quicke i don't know.

I have never heard of any trouble with Alo Quicke foundations.

Ålö is the major manufacturer in the world with over 20% market share with their 3 brands; Quicke, Trima and Veto.

@Josh; You can get hydraulic bucket looking on Quicke loaders to here in Sweden, so I think this option must be available everywhere, but I am not sure.
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JD8330 with 843 Loader. :-[

Schizo wrote:
Stoll goes up to 180 HP. You only get a Quick loader there on a fendt if you have a 900 series. The rest is Fendt (Stoll) (If you take it factory placed) So you guys need loaders on something like a 900 series? yeah, you don't find that here allright. Isn't it much cheaper to buy a bulldozer then?:-D

That isn't entirely true, one has the option of getting a Stoll loader on all Fendt models except the 900 series. Most still get the QD loaders on the smaller models as well though.
Want to see a big loader tractor... I'll try and get a picture of the Fendt 936 with Quicke QD85 loader, an unbeatable combination.
Besides, a bull dozer has very limited uses. :-P

Schizo wrote:
You can even open your front window with that loader

Oh... yea.... That's terrific... I think I'll run out and get one just for that. :-D
Cause umm, who needs that wonderful thing called, erm, Air Conditioning? Climate Control anyone? No, I'd much rather suck in dust all day...;-)

Michael R wrote:
Quicke is also OEM in North America for Fendt, Massey, Challenger, Agco, McCormick, and Kubota (in Canada)...! The Stoll is a good Loader, but I think in the North American market they are built well enough for lower hp tractors, not 90+. I've seen the abuse some guys can do to them out here...

I agree with Michael, the Quicke loaders have by far stood up the best on the higher-hp tractors I've seen, the worst condition Quicke loader I've seen is Gerard's Q980, and that's been worked to it's full potential. I've seen a few of the Stoll, both in pictures and in person, and you could not pay me to use one. I would tear it off the tractor and park it in the bush before I used it on my own equipment.

Using Quicke as CNH's OEM loader line-up is by far the best move CNH has made since 2003. Now if Quicke would just create a loader for the TV145 bidirectionals...

Quicke is not the OEM for John Deere, they can simply produce them in John Deere colors if the dealer's order is large enough.

Lennart, yes, you can get the hydraulic disconnect for most attachments, however to my knowledge Quicke does not offer this auto-connect/disconnect when it comes to Grapples, bale huggers, defacers, augers, etc. You still have to get out and connect/disconnect the hoses, not?
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