The mast-to-mounting frame connection point is easily viewed from the operator's seat, making it easier to insert the mast into the mounting frame when parking.
The mast is shorter to prevent contact with fenders.
The boom width allows enough space in the tractor hood to make adjustments when parking if not aligned properly.
The mounting frame pins on the mast are rounded to allow easy removal.
The mounting frame pins are also used to hold the parking platforms on the mounts.
The parking stands are stored carefully inside the torque tube. This ensures that the parking stands do not obstruct visibility or restrict lift height by getting caught on objects when using the loader at full height.
The parking stands do not interfere with larger tires at any given tread width.
Steps to hook/unhook the loader
- Dump bucket approximately 40 degrees below level.
- Lower bucket to ground, applying downward pressure. Do not raise tires off ground.
- Engage parking brake or place transmission in PARKING mode and switch off engine.
Parking system elements
1. Parking stands stored in torque tube
2. Round mast pin
Two-wheel drive (2WD) and mechanical front-wheel drive (MFWD) tractors
6E Series Tractors
- The locking lever is on the left side of the loader to save time when unhooking attachments.
- The locking mechanism is in the carrier, eliminating the need to buy safety catches for each attachment used.
- The carrier is compatible with any competitor attachment that meets ISO standards.
- The carrier is composed of a rigid bottom square tube and a solid top bar, creating a strong structure to reduce twisting if only one hook is mistakenly engaged while connecting an attachment.
- The top bar of the global carrier is cold-coupled for improved wear resistance.
Universal mount options
See universal mount options for more information.
Stationary fenders are attached to the loader mounting frames and therefore do not rotate when the tractor tires turn.
Stationary fenders offer several key advantages over traditional fenders:
- The turning radius of the tractor is not reduced when a loader is installed.
- Fenders can be used with the tallest tires and a loader at any tread setting.
- Damage to the fenders is reduced as the fender never protrudes from the tractor when turning near fences or walls.
- Fenders can be easily removed to make servicing the tractor easier.
- The height of the fender can be adjusted based on the height of the tire.
- Mud coverage is not compromised.
Stationary fender elements
1. Disassembled stationary fender
2. Stationary fender mount
3. Stationary fender when tractor is turned
4. Stationary fender when tire is parked
Stationary fender options
See stationary fender options for more information.
This improves actual cycle times and reduces operator fatigue as the operator does not have to worry about keeping the bucket in position when raising or lowering the boom.
It is especially useful when handling very fluid materials, round bales, or when using a forklift to reduce or avoid spillage.
This system is designed for operators who:
Change attachments frequently
Want to change implements as quickly as possible
Enjoy the convenience of not having to leave the operator's seat while changing implements
Have hoses that still need to be uncoupled for third-function implements such as grips and hooks for bundles
Cylinder locking system options
See cylinder locking system options for more information.