I have a Kwik Way loader, I have had it for years, I was planing on putting it on my John Deere 140 after the track conversion, but I'm still not finished with the conversion and I have another loader that is home built that is a lot heavier/stouter so I'm going to use it instead.
So I have this loader just sitting here, I got it practically free, I got it with the John Deere 140 and 52" hydraulic push blade (all for $300). I don't want to sell the loader because I'm never going to come across another one for that price.
I'm now wanting to put this on my Bolens HT23, I'm going to make quick attach mounts for the loader so I can take it on and off easy since the HT23 is what I mow with. I already have a loader on my Kubota L2000 but I think this will be handy on the HT23 since it is hydrostat.
I guess my question is, will the hydraulics on the HT23 be enough to power the loader??? Or am I needing to ad a hydraulic pump?
I'm not looking to haul a ton of weight, Just as long as it can move a hefty bucket load of dirt and not be as slow as a itch
Thanks for any info
Edited by BTS, April 13, 2015 - 10:32 PM.