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#1 scooterpa OFFLINE  

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Posted March 16, 2017 - 08:30 AM

I have been looking for a loader for my '73 Montgomery Ward for sometime now.  I really wanted to find an exact Montgomery Ward Loader (they were just rebranded from another manufacturer though).  I have come across a Johnson Model 14 loader locally to me.  I am pretty sure this loader is bigger than what the original loaders were but it is interesting to me.  The asking price is $1200, overall the loader is in good shape from the pictures (I am going to look at it tomorrow)  Is this price in the stratosphere? I will have to make a sub frame for it. 



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Posted March 16, 2017 - 09:10 AM

It may be in the ballpark if it really is in good condition. Check our Manuals Section for that make and model to learn about it. I recall that an Allis Chalmers B 10 came with a Johnson Model 10. I'll do some checking and edit this post in a little while. Good Luck, Rick

 

The AC L-1, L-10, and L-12 loaders all seem to be the same size just different mounting. I believe they were made for AC by Johnson.

 

Try this manual   http://gardentractor...le/2651-loader/


Edited by boyscout862, March 16, 2017 - 09:24 AM.


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Posted March 16, 2017 - 12:42 PM

If it's in good shape that's top of the price range,but for a model 14 that's not bad. I paid $1000 for a model 12 about 4 years ago. I had to make mounts to fit it to the tractor I bought it for too.

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Posted March 16, 2017 - 04:37 PM

In my opinion, a tractor should be attached to that good working loader for $1200!



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Posted November 26, 2017 - 11:16 PM

Just sold this whole thing for 1kb0f243d0e1f415a54a1b7acf1eed7423.jpg

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Posted November 27, 2017 - 06:36 AM

Is the loader complete as far as any frame mounts , valves , pump , hoses can add up $$$ quickly if you have many to replace . There are many here who bought loaders very cheap , like anything else , right place at the right time . Good Luck



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Posted December 09, 2017 - 07:40 PM

It may be in the ballpark if it really is in good condition. Check our Manuals Section for that make and model to learn about it. I recall that an Allis Chalmers B 10 came with a Johnson Model 10. I'll do some checking and edit this post in a little while. Good Luck, Rick

 

The AC L-1, L-10, and L-12 loaders all seem to be the same size just different mounting. I believe they were made for AC by Johnson.

 

Try this manual   http://gardentractor...le/2651-loader/

 

The AC B-1 through L-112 loaders and B-1, B-10 forklifts were made by Henry Manufacturing of KS.  

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