TA-170A

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TA-170A

This mid-sized high strength loader with a raise front tower to accommodate Super Steer tractors. It has a great profile with lots of extras.

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More Loader with Lots of Extras

This mid-sized, high-strength loader has a great profile. It has a custom tower, raised to accommodate increased turning ability in tractors such as the Ford/New Holland Super Steer line. For the everyday heavy user or contractor. Extra features give it a professional feel & performance, great profile, bucket linkage, tapered bucket, reinforced arms and in-line valve with precision joystick. Fits 2WD tractors from 20 to 70 HP and 4WD tractors from 20 to 65 HP.

Same features as our larger loaders:

  • Clean bracket design for excellent tire clearance. When your loader is off, your tractor is free to do other chores.
  • Experience precision like never before with the ergonomic designed precision joystick and valve which comes standard in the loader package.
  • Mount or dismount your loader hydraulically in less than 2 minutes without any tools or dangerous stands.
  • Quick-Attach System makes changing attachments easy.
  • Complete line of attachments available.
  • All hoses and mounting brackets included.

STANDARD LOADER PACKAGE

2” Lift and Bucket Cylinders, Hydraulic Power-Mount™, Quick-Attach, Hose Kit, Standard Mounting Kit, Valve with Manifold, Cable Control and Joystick, Bucket Gauge Rod and 60” Bucket.

PACKAGE OPTIONS & UPGRADES

66" Tapered Bucket, 72" Tapered Bucket, Skid Steer Adapter, 60"-72" Skid Steer Bucket, 3-Prong Bale Spear, 60" Bucket Teeth, 60" Dozer Blade, 72" V-Plow, Ballast 3-point Barrel Holder, Forklift with 42" Teeth, Brush Crusher, Hydra-Snap™ Manifold, Hydraulic Valve Block, and Power Beyond Option.



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Customer Testimonials

The canopy has really been a blessing, it keeps me out of the weather while I'm brush-hogging the pastures and mowing the yard.

Gordon Arteno - Fayetteville, TN