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RonyvdBerg 430039 308 John Deere 7630 + 745 either
John Deere 7630 + 745
Brand New John Deere 7630 with JD745 Loader
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view from the cab
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Too bad it didn't have IVT
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Is it yours?
Take care,
Victor
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Victor Guardia wrote:
Is it yours?
Take care,
Victor

I wish it was;-)
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The eu version looks much better then this...
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Sorry Gilbert but I think this version is really GREAT. :-P
I'd like to have a model of this one. :-)
Rony, that seems to be a very heavy front end loader. Do you know the weight and the lifting-capacity of it?
And - if possible and not too much demanded - I would like to see some details of the attachment of the tool perhaps when the bucket is tipped? Thank you.
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MB trac 1800 wrote:
Rony, that seems to be a very heavy front end loader. Do you know the weight and the lifting-capacity of it?
And - if possible and not too much demanded - I would like to see some details of the attachment of the tool perhaps when the bucket is tipped? Thank you.


About the loader: ask Josh A, he knows a lot about that stuff, and has a 7630 with loader himself.

I won't be able to get more pictures for you, this is not our own tractor.
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It's actually a 746 loader, not 745. Comparable to a Quicke Q990 or Q85D. Tractor is 175 Hp, same as a 7720.
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lift capacity is: 4,939lbs (2,240kg)
breakout capacity: 9,690 (4,395kg)
rollback force: 8,025lbs (3,640 kg)
lift height: 15.25 ft (4.65 meters)

Here's a picture of John Deere's 700 series latching system. Same latching for 740, 741, 746 loaders, in other words, a design from the early 1990s. It consists of horizontal lift pin and two drop-pins on every attachment.

I love the loader, hate the quick attach. So I had a Global Carrier/Euro Hooks/ALO Quicke quick attach latching system custom ordered to replace the JD "Quick Attach." I have more pictures of both if you're interested.

Anything else just ask.
-Josh

BTW, Here's a link to a thread I made when the tractor was first delivered.
http://www.farmphoto.com/fpv2/message.aspx?mid=380399#380399
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Here's a comparison shot, just before I swapped quick'ttaches.

With the 700 series latching you pretty much have to stand inside the loader arms to fight with the drop pins, and you have to be lined up ever-so-perfectly. I've had to change attachments using this method with a 7410, 7610, 7520, 7720, 7820, and 7630. Got old, real fast.

With this, it's a one-piece set-up, no twisting and mis-alignment that was common on... well.... all of them (700 series) actually. Just one handle on the outside of the arm, no reaching and fighting. Attachment can be grabbed from any reasonable angle, less precision is needed. I like it even better than the Quicke Q900 series, which says a lot since I love those loaders.

-Josh
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Thank you Josh - very kind of you.
Yes I'd like to see more pics. Perhaps you can post them or send to me by e-mail?
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I really like the quick attach on our Volvo 170 payloader. All you have to do is press a button and it unlatches. You never have to leave the cab.
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