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Old 12-06-2008, 05:24 AM
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Default Case/IH model 1394 loader

I have a Case/Ih model 1394, 70 HP, manual transmission, year 1984, ser.no 1113858, no cab with ROPs. I am looking for a used loader but have not been able to find the Case model number on their website for this old tractor.
also I have seen several for sale but am not able to tell if they would fit. If you have a loader on this tractor of any make, plese let me know what model and number it is so that i can search for a used one.

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Welcome to Net Tractor Talk James.
I hope someone will be abel to advise on a loader for your case.
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Welcome to the Forum!

You have any relatives in Texas?

Good friend of mine by the same name is a Deputy Constable in Dallas County.

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Used loaders in decent shape are VERY hard to come by, once you have one you will see why you would never want to sell it

But here are some aftermarket company's you can check with...

Woods
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I have found a case/ih model 74L loader, the owner said the the manual said it will fit a 1394 MFD tractor. does anyone know if this will be ok on just a 1394?

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Don't know myself, but I wanted to welcome ya to the forum!
SOMEBODY around here oughta know, I'm sure they will be around in a little while.
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The fellow dairying on our farm has a 1394 with a 74L. The 1394 is 2WD.
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THANKS A BUNCH, THAT MADE UP MY MIND FOR ME
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Thanks zionview. Rep points for you. That sure helped James out with just the info he needed.
James, I hope you'll share pics before and after you have the loader on and working.
Good luck with the install. This would be a GREAT documented project if you don't mind taking the extra time to take pics while you are in the process of the install.
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Zionview, thanks , i bought the loader on your advice and it works great, every nut and bolt fit as it should. i have about 2100.00 in the loader and am very happy with it.
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That's great that it worked out.

A loader is a wonderful thing even if you only use it the way my wife does, a diesel powered wheelbarrow!

PS - don't tell her I said that.
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jrb, glad the loader fit up to your tractor(where's the pics??). $2100 isn't a bad price, either!
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WOW, that thing is sure out there
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Default Oversized Fit

I agree with Kennyd - that really sits high on the hood and far out front... The fit of a loader has a lot to do with stability and power, this photo shows the ideal fit for a loader. Along the hood and tight / close to the front end. Make sure you use a ballast for heavy loads - that back end will get light pretty quick with the bucket so far forward.
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Hey, thanks for the tip. I love the loader as it is. I always keep a disc or bush hog on the back and have filled it with cow poop and have had no problems. I will however watch it on unevan ground. It is used more as a toy that a tool.

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That is a good idea. Have fun with your toys...
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yeah, have fun with your 'toy'. Mine is an expensive wheelbarrow half the time. It is so handy and my back feels so much better since it joined the family.

Nice looking tractor you got there Westendorf.
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