Whether the operator is new or experienced to loader operations, it requires skill to maintain an even load and reduce the amount of material lost. With the MSL loader offering for 1 Family, 2 Family, 3D, and 3E Tractors, anyone can operate their loader with ease and confidence. With the MSL loader, you will notice:
- Loader implement will maintain position wherever the loader is lifted to
- Increased lift capacities
- Reduction of material lost during operation
- Easy visibility of the bucket level indicator on the right-hand side of the loader boom to help determine the position of the front implement
This loader is the first of its kind in North America for Compact Utility Tractors and can make any loader task easier and quicker to accomplish.
Studio rendering of 1R Tractor with 120R MSL Loader
Pallet fork usage rendering of 1R Tractor with 120R MSL Loader
Quik-Park™ loader mounting system
The Quik-Park mounting system on the 120R Loader is designed for easy removal and mounting to and from the tractor without tools.
Just like on the former H120, the parking stand is attached to the mast. To lower it into the park position, simply move the joystick to the raise position once the latches are opened.
Mount to and from the tractor without tools
Parking stands stored in the D120 torque tube
The D120 does not utilize the Quik-Park system as used on the 120R, but rather has two parking stands that are stored within the torque tube for a manual parking process.
Remove the parking stand from the torque tube area and place within the loader foot plate during the parking process (as shown).
Once the loader weight is being supported by the bucket and parking stands, manually remove the pins from the mast assembly and disconnect hydraulics.
Remove the parking pins
Back away from the loader
After installing the parking stands, removing the parking pins and disconnecting hydraulics, simply back away.
D120 Loader on the parking stands
Pivot pins shown on the 120R Loader
The unique offset head design eliminates cross-pins and cotter pins to retain the pin.
A nut ensures the pins remain in position.
A lubrication groove provides a path for lubrication.
End-of-pin lubrication allows easy access for servicing grease points, which are visible from the side of the loader.