1983 John Deere
Model 67 Front Loader
This is our JD750 tractor.
It is equipped with a:
JD 67 Front Loader
JD #7 Rear Backhoe
JD 603 six-foot Rotary Mower (AKA: Brush / Bush Hog)




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JOHN DEERE MODEL 67 FRONT LOADER

There are two sets of hydraulic cylinders on the front loader.
One pair lifts the arms up and down whilst the second pair adjusts the actual bucket.

THESE ARE THE CYLINDERS FOR THE ARM LIFTS
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This is the hydraulic cylinder responsible for lifting the loader About 2.5-inch wide at the proximal (tractor) end
The pipe is about 1-inch in diameter The pin is about 3/4 inch in diameter
The John Deere 750 tractor with the Model 67 loader fully raised While extended, pin-to-pin is about 50-inches
The hose that feeds the cylinder is about 3/4-inch in diameter Fully extended from pin to cylinder, the pipe is about 23-inches long
Fully extended from pin to cylinder, the pipe is about 23-inches long A hydraulic hose connector onto the cylinder

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THE LOADER ARM CYLINDERS
(above)
Pin width (both ends) are 2-inches wide
The pins themselves are 3/4-inch diameter
The cylinder is 27-inches long and 2-inches in diameter
Collapsed pin-to-pin is about 32-inches long
Extended pin-to-pin is about 50-inches long
The 1-inch tube is about 23-inches long when extended


THESE ARE THE CYLINDERS FOR THE BUCKET
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The hydraulic cylinder that works the front loader bucket From pin-to-pin is 22-inches long, compressed
The pipe is about 1-inch diameter The distal (bucket) end connection is about 2.5 inch wide
Compressed, the cylinder is about 24 inches long
The top end of the cylinder is about 2-inches wide The hose feeding this appears to be about 3/4-inch wide
The cylinder shows about 24-inches from pin-to-pin The distal end (at the bucket) of the 22-inch cylinder
The bucket cylinder is about 22-inches long Looking at the extended bucket cylinder
When fully extended, the pin to cylinder is about 22-inches long When fully-extended, pin-to-pin is about 40-inches long
The proximal (non-bucket end) is about 2-inches wide The distal (bucket) end is about 2.5 inches wide
The securing pins appear to be about 1/2-inch diameter The John Deere 750 tractor with the Model 67 loader fully raised

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THE BUCKET CYLINDERS
(above)
Pin width is about 2-inches wide at the proximal (close) end
Pin width is about 2.5-inches wide at the distal (bucket) end
The pins themselves are 1/2-inch diameter
The cylinder is 22-inches long and 2-inches in diameter
Collapsed pin-to-pin is about 24-inches long
Extended pin-to-pin is about 40-inches long
The 1-inch tube is about 18-inches long when extended
The hose that feeds it is about 3/4 inches in diameter

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I am wanting to replace the hard tube lines that feed along the inside rail of the loader.
Anyone have any ideas where I could purchase these? 

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