John Deere H360

Feature Overview
John Deere H360
  • Superior strength and visibility
  • For heavy-duty chores
  • Parking stands are integrated on the loader
Maximum lift height (A) 4423 mm / 174.1 in.
Clearance at full height - bucket dumped (C) 3432 mm / 135.1 in.
Dump angle, degrees (E) -74 degree (angle)
Rollback angle, degrees (G) 33 degree (angle)
Feature Overview
John Deere H360
  • Superior strength and visibility
  • For heavy-duty chores
  • Parking stands are integrated on the loader
Maximum lift height (A) 4423 mm / 174.1 in.
Clearance at full height - bucket dumped (C) 3432 mm / 135.1 in.
Dump angle, degrees (E) -74 degree (angle)
Rollback angle, degrees (G) 33 degree (angle)
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Features

Single-point hydraulic connection saves time

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001094-hydraulic-connection-open.jpg" alt="Single-point hydraulic connection (open)"> <span class="caption">Single-point hydraulic connection (open)</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001090-hydraulic-connection-closed.jpg" alt="Single-point hydraulic connection (closed)"> <span class="caption">Single-point hydraulic connection (closed)</span> </div> <p>The H340 and H360 Loaders can be ordered with a single-point hydraulic connection that also incorporates the connection point for any electrical needs. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.</p></div>

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/concealed-oil-line-h480.jpg" alt="Concealed oil lines through boom arm"> <span class="caption">Concealed oil lines through boom arm</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/clearpix.gif" alt="#"> </div> <div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4d008791-lines-entry-on-boom-h480.jpg" alt="Oil lines routed through the boom arm"> <span class="caption">Oil lines routed through the boom arm</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4d008798-oil-line-panel-open-h480.jpg" alt="Oil lines routed through the torque tube"> <span class="caption">Oil lines routed through the torque tube</span> </div> </div><p>Over time, increased width in tractor hoods have caused issues with available space for running traditional oil lines of a loader along the boom,&nbsp;making them more susceptible to damage.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>To improve this situation,&nbsp;the oil lines have been routed through the boom arm and the torque tube, improving line protection and the appearance of the loader.</p></div>

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/parking-stands-h380.jpg" alt="Parking stands"> <span class="caption">Parking stands</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/clearpix.gif" alt="#"> </div> <p>John Deere loaders are easily removed and reinstalled on tractors without tools. The parking system allows removing or attaching the loader to the tractor in minutes&nbsp;without the need for tools.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>To remove or park the loader, apply slight down pressure to the loader boom with the bucket dumped at approximately a 30-degree angle. With the tractor in park, install the parking stands and place the mast pins in the open position.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>To watch a video of parking and attaching an H-Series loader, click <a href="http://www.deere.co.uk/en_GB/media/player/player.html?src=/r2/gb/fl_mount_dismount_720p.mp4&amp;autostart=true">here</a>.</p><h5>Removing or parking the loader</h5><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001099-removal-1.jpg" alt="Bucket slightly dumped and down pressure"> <span class="caption">Bucket slightly dumped and down pressure</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/spacer.gif" alt="#"> </div> </div><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/parking-stands-2-h380.jpg" alt="Parking stand in stored position"> <span class="caption">Parking stand in stored position</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001100-removal-2.jpg" alt="Removing parking stand"> <span class="caption">Removing parking stand</span> </div> </div><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001102-removal-3.jpg" alt="Bucket slightly dumped - Parking stands installed"> <span class="caption">Bucket slightly dumped - Parking stands installed</span> </div> </div><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001097mast-pin-closed.jpg" alt="Mast pin in the closed position"> <span class="caption">Mast pin in the closed position</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001096-opening-mast-pin.jpg" alt="Mast pin in the open position"> <span class="caption">Mast pin in the open position</span> </div> </div><p>Utilizing the boom circuit with the tractor in neutral, rotate the mast forward until the mast has rotated past the pin location on the mounting frame by extending the lift cylinder. Now using the bucket circuit, roll back the bucket until the mast is removed from the pocket and will clear the tires.</p><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001104-removal-4.jpg" alt="Masts rotated forward, then bucket rolled back"> <span class="caption">Masts rotated forward, then bucket rolled back</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/spacer.gif" alt="#"> </div> </div><p>With the tractor&nbsp;in&nbsp;park, shut the engine off and relieve the hydraulic pressure as indicated for the tractor. Relieve pressure on the single-point hydraulic connection, then disconnect or open the single-point hydraulic connector.</p><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001163-relieving-pressure.jpg" alt="Relieving the hydraulic pressure"> <span class="caption">Relieving the hydraulic pressure</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001094-hydraulic-connection-open.jpg" alt="Disconnect/open single point hydraulic connection"> <span class="caption">Disconnect/open single point hydraulic connection</span> </div> </div><p>Store the loader half of the single-point connector.&nbsp;The tractor is now ready to&nbsp;back&nbsp;away from the loader.</p><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001107-removal-5.jpg" alt="Storing the hydraulic hoses"> <span class="caption">Storing the hydraulic hoses</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/spacer.gif" alt="#"> </div> </div><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001108-removal-6.jpg" alt="Tractor ready to be backed away from loader"> <span class="caption">Tractor ready to be backed away from loader</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001109-removal-7.jpg" alt="Backing away from loader"> <span class="caption">Backing away from loader</span> </div> </div><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4c001109-parked-loader.jpg" alt="Parked loader"> <span class="caption">Parked loader</span> </div> </div></div>

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4d008787-shut-off-valve-h480.jpg" alt="Hydraulic shut-off valve (open position)"> <span class="caption">Hydraulic shut-off valve (open position)</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4d008815-shut-off-valve-off-pos-h480.jpg" alt="Hydraulic shut-off valve (closed position)"> <span class="caption">Hydraulic shut-off valve (closed position)</span> </div> <p>A hydraulic shut-off valve is included with the&nbsp;H-Series Ag&nbsp;Loaders to ensure the loader does not lower suddenly.&nbsp;For example, this allows the boom to be locked out when someone is required to be located under the loader boom for service work on the tractor. It should not be used for extended periods of time unless an appropriate support stand is also utilized.</p></div>

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/false-rod-bucket-cylinder-h480.jpg" alt="False rod cylinder"> <span class="caption">False rod cylinder</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/clearpix.gif" alt="#"> </div> <p>Fast bucket cycle times are important&nbsp;to dump the load from the bucket as quickly as possible (quite often) in order to be as productive as possible while completing loading operations.&nbsp;The bucket cylinder design can have a major impact on this cycle time, especially for the&nbsp;MSL loaders.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Therefore, all&nbsp;MSL H-Series Loaders utilize false rod bucket cylinders. A false rod cylinder has a smaller displacement of oil requirement on the head end of the cylinder, which allows this cylinder to dump much faster than a normal cylinder.</p></div>

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4a022326.jpg" alt="Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve"> <span class="caption">Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/r4a022297.jpg" alt="Operator on/off switch"> <span class="caption">Operator on/off switch</span> </div> <div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/lss-on-h180.jpg" alt="LSS on H180"> <span class="caption">LSS on H180</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/lss-on-5e-5m.jpg" alt="LSS on 5E and 5M"> <span class="caption">LSS on 5E and 5M</span> </div> </div><p>An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.</p><ul> <li>An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption</li> <li>The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float&nbsp;</li> </ul><p><strong>Performance</strong></p><ul> <li>Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.</li> </ul><blockquote dir="ltr" style="margin-right: 0px;"> <p><em>NOTE: Check bale-handling capability of tractor before use.</em></p> </blockquote><ul dir="ltr"> <li>Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage</li> <li>Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess</li> <li>A properly-ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator</li> </ul><p dir="ltr"><strong>Cost of ownership</strong></p><ul dir="ltr"> <li> <div> Extended life of loader pins and bushings </div></li> <li> <div> Less stress on tractor axle </div></li> </ul><p>Reasons for turning LSS off include:</p><ul> <li>Digging applications - with LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power</li> <li>Holding a grade when blading - with LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade</li> <li>Precise pallet and bale handling - with LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned</li> <li>Parking a loader - with LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park</li> </ul><p>The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the&nbsp;tractor seat&nbsp;to manually move the handle on the LSS.<br><br>LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the 440R, the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series Tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 Series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.</p></div>

<div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/h340-with-rtp.jpg" alt="6125R Tractor and H340 NSL Loader with RTP"> <span class="caption">6125R Tractor and H340 NSL Loader with RTP</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/clearpix.gif" alt="#"> </div> <p><strong>Overview</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The&nbsp;RTP option for 6R Tractors and H340, H360, and H380 Loaders provides superior productivity and repeatability during material handling operations. An industry exclusive, RTP allows the operator to store two boom positions and two bucket positions through the use of sensors, the tractor&acirc;&#128;&#153;s CommandCenter&acirc;&#132;&cent;, and controller.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>With a simple activation of the momentary detents on the electronic joystick, the loader will return to the preset positions. A complete loading cycle now can be accomplished with four movements of the joystick thus significantly improving productivity. Operator stress is also significantly reduced as there is no need to constantly check the loader height and attachment angle during the operation.</p><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/rtp-system-overview.jpg" alt="RTP System Overview"> <span class="caption">RTP System Overview</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/clearpix.gif" alt="#"> </div> </div><p>The RTP option also incorporates another industry exclusive with the electronic self-leveling (ESL) feature. ESL utilizes the same components as RTP to provide self-leveling capability without the use of mechanical linkages or complex hydraulics.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>When the RTP option is installed on a non-self-leveling (NSL) loader, the ESL functionality transforms it into a self-leveling loader. If the a material handling operation does not call for the repeatability of RTP and the self-leveling functionality of ESL, the operator can simply deactivate the system and utilize the loader in the traditional NSL manner.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>For operators demanding superior lift capacity and productivity, RTP can be installed on a mechanical self-leveling (MSL) loader as well. While RTP will enhance the repeatability, the ESL feature will improve the leveling accuracy of the MSL loader.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Since the RTP option does not affect the base characteristics of the loader (for example, lift capacity and breakout force), operators need to carefully choose the appropriate loader for their material handling needs. The below chart shows the benefits RTP will offer customers when installing on either a NSL or MSL loader.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><table border="1" width="100%" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="2"> <tbody> <tr> <td rowspan="2"><strong>Feature<br></strong></td> <td colspan="2"><p align="center"><strong>Without RTP/ESL</strong></p></td> <td colspan="2"><p align="center"><strong>With RTP/ESL</strong></p></td> </tr> <tr> <td><p align="center"><strong>NSL</strong></p></td> <td><p align="center"><strong>MSL</strong></p></td> <td><p align="center"><strong>NSL</strong></p></td> <td><p align="center"><strong>MSL</strong></p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Visibility</td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Leveling accuracy</td> <td><p align="center">None</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Rollback/dump angle</td> <td><p align="center">Wide range</p></td> <td><p align="center">Limited range</p></td> <td><p align="center">Wide range</p></td> <td><p align="center">Limited range</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Rollback limitation at full height</td> <td><p align="center">No</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Lift capacity</td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Boom breakout force</td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Bucket rollback cycle times</td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Bucket dump cycle times</td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Boom raise/lower cycle times</td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Capable of storing two boom and two bucket positions</td> <td><p align="center">No</p></td> <td><p align="center">No</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Repeatability</td> <td><p align="center">No</p></td> <td><p align="center">No</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> <td><p align="center">Yes</p></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Productivity</td> <td><p align="center">Fair</p></td> <td><p align="center">Good</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> <td><p align="center">Excellent</p></td> </tr> </tbody> </table><p><em>NOTE: Refer to the sales manual or operator&acirc;&#128;&#153;s manual (OM) for complete list of loader specifications.</em></p><h5>Operation</h5><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/rtp-commandcenter.jpg" alt="RTP screen within the CommandCenter"> <span class="caption">RTP screen within the CommandCenter</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/clearpix.gif" alt="#"> </div> </div><p>The RTP operator interface consists of one single screen within the CommandCenter for simple, straightforward setup and operation.&nbsp; Through this screen, the operator is easily able to activate the system, store two boom and two bucket positions, set the zero position for the attachment, and monitor the boom and bucket positions.</p><div class="seccion-images"> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/commandarm-electronic-joystick.jpg" alt="6R CommandArm&acirc;&#132;&cent; with electronic joystick"> <span class="caption">6R CommandArm&acirc;&#132;&cent; with electronic joystick</span> </div> <div> <img src="img/deere_features/rtp-momentary-detents.jpg" alt="Momentary detents: B, D, F, and I"> <span class="caption">Momentary detents: B, D, F, and I</span> </div> </div><p>Once the operator has saved the two boom positions with buttons (G) and (H) and the two bucket positions with (B) and (C) in the CommandCenter, the operator initiates the automatic functions through the use of the electronic joystick&acirc;&#128;&#153;s momentary detents.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Compatibility</strong><br>RTP is only compatible with 6R Tractors equipped with electronic joysticks and electronic independent control valves (E-ICVs). On the loader side, RTP is compatible with H340s, H360s, and H380s as long as they include the single-point hydraulic connection (single-point connection is included in the 6R Loader ready packages and is the only connection option available for the H380).&nbsp;RTP is not compatible with loader suspension, but it is compatible with both Triple-Link Suspension (TLS&acirc;&#132;&cent;) and cab suspension available on the 6R Tractors.</p><p><br><strong>Calibration</strong><br>Once the loader components have been installed and the loader is mounted to the 6R Tractor, a calibration must be performed by a dealer service technician.&nbsp;This simple calibration procedure is only required to be performed once unless a sensor or linkage is replaced or the loader is installed onto another 6R equipped with the RTP option.</p></div>

Specs
Key Specs
Maximum lift height (A) 4423 mm
174.1 in.
Clearance at full height - bucket dumped (C) 3432 mm
135.1 in.
Dump angle, degrees (E) -74 degree (angle)
Rollback angle, degrees (G) 33 degree (angle)
Loader
Lift capacity at full height Measured at pivot (U)
1795 kg
3957 lb
Measured at 800 mm ahead of pivot (V)
1870 kg
4123 lb
Boom breakout force Measured at pivot (Y)
3362 kgf
7412 lbf
Measured at 800 mm ahead of pivot (Z)
2926 kgf
6451 lbf
Bucket rollback force capacity
At ground-level line (ZZ)
3873 kgf
8539 lbf
Leveling configuration Mechanical Self Leveling (MSL)
Bucket used Heavy Duty 2450 mm
Heavy Duty 96 in.
Bucket weight 358 kg
789 lb
Lift capacity at 59 in. (1500 mm) Measured at pivot (W)
2703 kg
5959 lb
Measured at 800 mm ahead of pivot (X)
2413 kg
5320 lb
Dimensions Maximum lift height (A)
4423 mm
174.1 in.
At full height - bucket level(B)
4210 mm
165.7 in.
At full height - bucket dumped (C)
3432 mm
135.1 in.
Digging depth (H) 175 mm
6.9 in.
Reach At maximum height (D)
519 mm
20.4 in.
At ground level - bucket level (F)
2450 mm
96.5 in.
Bucket angle Dump angle, degrees (E)
-74 degree (angle)
Rollback angle, degrees (G)
33 degree (angle)
Dump angle, ground
-175 degree (angle)
Cycle times Loader raise, seconds
3.49 seconds
Loader lower, seconds
2.39 seconds
Bucket dump, seconds
1.92 seconds
Bucket rollback, seconds
1.3 seconds
Tractor
Model 7130 Premium
Front tire 380/85R28
Rear tire 480/80R38
Front axle configuration MFWD w/ Limited Slip Differential
Pump capacity 98.4 L/min
26 gpm
Rated pressure 200 bar
2901 psi
Accessories and Attachments
Buckets:
Heavy-duty bucket (shown with grapple)Heavy-duty bucket (shown with grapple)
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The high-volume bucket is intended for use with lighter-density high-volume materials. The bucket capacity makes this an effective tool for handling snow, wood shavings, and other loose materials.


Materials bucketMaterials bucket
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Materials buckets may be used for loading dirt, gravel, feed, and light materials as well as scraping, digging, and other general-purpose tasks.

 

NOTE: Materials buckets are not compatible with replaceable cutting edges or digging teeth.


Heavy-duty bucket (shown with grapple)Heavy-duty bucket (shown with grapple)
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The high-volume bucket is intended for use with lighter-density high-volume materials. The bucket capacity makes this an effective tool for handling snow, wood shavings, and other loose materials.


Cutting Edges:
Replaceable wear edgeReplaceable wear edge
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For those who frequently scrape on concrete, a replaceable cutting edge will greatly extend the life of the bucket:

  • 1850-mm (73-in.) width replaceable cutting edge
  • 2150-mm (85-in.) width replaceable cutting edge
  • 2450-mm (96-in.) width replaceable cutting edge
  • 2750-mm (108-in.) width replaceable cutting edge

Replaceable wear edgeReplaceable wear edge
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For those who frequently scrape on concrete, a replaceable cutting edge will greatly extend the life of the bucket:

  • 1850-mm (73-in.) width replaceable cutting edge
  • 2150-mm (85-in.) width replaceable cutting edge
  • 2450-mm (96-in.) width replaceable cutting edge
  • 2750-mm (108-in.) width replaceable cutting edge

EH Valve:

E-ICV Valve and Parts (3rd Function) - BW15118


E-ICV Valve and Parts (3rd Function) - BW15987


E-ICV Valve and Parts (3rd Function) - BW15988


EH Mounting Parts - BW15119


EH Valve - BW14366


Mid-Mount E- ICV Valve and Parts (3rd Function) - BW15314


Guards:
Lower position without front weight bracketLower position without front weight bracket
Hood guard with front weights Hood guard with front weights
Hood guard folded for servicingHood guard folded for servicing
Hood guard design allows for full lightingHood guard design allows for full lighting

The heavy-duty hood guard is compatible with 7030, 7030 Premium, 6615, 6715, 7220, 7320, 7420, and 7520 Tractors.

 

The basic function is to:

  • Help protect the tractor grille and hood from falling debris or stationary objects such as a wagon or mixer
  • Allow for lighting at night

 

The hood guard:

  • Can be used with or without the tractor front weight bracket but not with the actual front weights while using the loader (this would overload the front axle)
  • Cannot be used with a front hitch

 

It is highly recommended to purchase a front weight bracket when using a loader. The hood guard is designed to be slightly rearward of the front weight. This is so the front weight is the first point of contact against lower stationary objects.

 

If a front weight is not used, the lower bar can be moved downward to improve the protection of the grille below the lights.

 

The features of the hood guard include:

  • Folds down to allow the hood to open and provide access to the battery and filter
  • Extra steel behind the mainframe to increase strength
  • High height to better protect the top of the hood

7000 and 7010 hood guard7000 and 7010 hood guard

The hood guard is highly recommended for all tractors. The basic function is to:

  • Help protect the tractor grille and hood from falling debris or stationary objects such as a wagon or mixer
  • Allow for lighting at night
  • Can be used with or without the tractor front weight bracket but not with the actual front weights while using the loader (this would overload the front axle)
  • Cannot be used with a front hitch

It is highly recommended to purchase a front weight bracket when using a loader. The hood guard is designed to be slightly rearward of the front weight. This is to allow the front weight bracket to be the first point of contact against lower stationary objects.


7000 and 7010 hood guard7000 and 7010 hood guard
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This hood guard is compatible with 7600 7610, 7700, 7710, 7800, and 7810 Tractors.


The basic function is to:

  • Help protect the tractor grille and hood from falling debris or stationary objects such as a wagon
    or mixer
  • Allow for lighting at night
  • Can be used with or without the tractor front weight bracket but not with the actual front weights while using the loader (this would overload the front axle)
  • Cannot be used with a front hitch

It is recommended to purchase a front weight bracket when using a loader. The hood guard is designed to be slightly rearward of the front weight, so the front weight is the first point of contact against lower stationary objects.


Hoses and Parts:

Hoses and Parts (2 Function) - BW15123


Hoses and Parts (3 Function) - BW15093


Hoses and Parts (3rd Function) - BW16113


Hoses and Parts (3rd Function) - BW16187


Hydraulic Connections:
Two function
Two function quick couplerTwo function quick coupler
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The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature two-function quick-couplers in base machine. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To watch a video of how to use quick couplers click here.

NOTE: this video is intended to show the functionality of quick couplers only. Location of the connection varies across different loaders. 

Three function
Three function quick couplerThree function quick coupler

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders can be equipped with three-function quick-couplers. Hoses will be installed in the boom arm and just the couplers will need to be assembled along with the third-function bracket and oil line. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.


Single-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frameSingle-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frame

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature a single-point hydraulic connection that also incorporates the connection point for any electrical needs as well. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To view a video of removing the single point hydraulic connection, click here.


Two function
Two function quick couplerTwo function quick coupler
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The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature two-function quick-couplers in base machine. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To watch a video of how to use quick couplers click here.

NOTE: this video is intended to show the functionality of quick couplers only. Location of the connection varies across different loaders. 

Three function
Three function quick couplerThree function quick coupler

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders can be equipped with three-function quick-couplers. Hoses will be installed in the boom arm and just the couplers will need to be assembled along with the third-function bracket and oil line. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.


Single-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frameSingle-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frame

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature a single-point hydraulic connection that also incorporates the connection point for any electrical needs as well. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To view a video of removing the single point hydraulic connection, click here.


Two function
Two function quick couplerTwo function quick coupler
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The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature two-function quick-couplers in base machine. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To watch a video of how to use quick couplers click here.

NOTE: this video is intended to show the functionality of quick couplers only. Location of the connection varies across different loaders. 

Three function
Three function quick couplerThree function quick coupler

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders can be equipped with three-function quick-couplers. Hoses will be installed in the boom arm and just the couplers will need to be assembled along with the third-function bracket and oil line. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.


Single-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frameSingle-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frame

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature a single-point hydraulic connection that also incorporates the connection point for any electrical needs as well. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To view a video of removing the single point hydraulic connection, click here.


3 Function Multi-Coupler, Loader Half - BW16401


3 Function Single Point Coupler - BW16255


Single-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on row crop tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5E Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series TractorSingle-point hydraulic connection on 5M Series Tractor
Single-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frameSingle-point hydraulic connection with rigid lines on FT4 6R large frame

The H240, H260, H310, H340, and H360 Loaders feature a single-point hydraulic connection that also incorporates the connection point for any electrical needs as well. To disconnect the hydraulic connection between the loader and the tractor, it is necessary to relieve the hydraulic system oil pressure on the tractor.

To view a video of removing the single point hydraulic connection, click here.


3 Function Single Point Hydraulic Connection - BW16099


3rd Function Quick Couplers - BW16107


3rd Function Quick Couplers - BW16257


Kit, 3rd Function Quick Coupler Parts - BW16133


Kit, 3rd Function Single Point Connection Parts - BW16132


Hydraulic Controls:

The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


2 Function SCL, M-ICV Hoses and Parts - BWA1552


2 Function SLC, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1565


2 Function SLC, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1567


2 Function SLC, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1540


2 Function Single Lever Control, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts for 7030 Tractors - BWA1542


The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls - BWA1549


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls - BWA1550


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls - BWA1544


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls - BWA1545


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls - BWA1555


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls - BWA1610


3 Function Hydraulic Hoses and Controls  - BWA1609


3 Function SLC, ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1534


3 Function SLC, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1566


3 Function SLC, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1568


3 Function SLC, M-ICV, Hoses and Parts - BWA1543


The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


3 Function SLC, M-IVC, Hoses and Parts - BWA1541


3 Function SLC, Rear Mount Loader Control Valve, Hoses and Parts - BWA1535


The loader hoses are connected to the mid-tractor selective control valves (SCVs).


Mid-Mounted Independent Control Valve (2 Function) - BW15985


Mid-Mounted Independent Control Valve (3 Function) - BW15986


Single Lever Control and Cables - BW14678


Single Lever Control and Mounting Parts (2 or 3 Function) - BW15744


Single Lever Control and Mounting Parts (3 Function with GSS) - BW15785


Single Lever Control and Mounting Parts (3 Function with GSS) - BW15784


LOADER SUSPENSION SYSTEM
Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valveNitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve
Operator on/off switchOperator on/off switch
LSS on H180LSS on H180
LSS on 5E and 5MLSS on 5E and 5M

An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.

  • An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
  • The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float 

Performance

  • Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.

NOTE: Check bale handling capability of tractor before use.

  • Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
  • Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
  • Properly ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

Cost of Ownership

  • Extended life of loader pins and bushings
  • Less stress on tractor axle

Reasons for turning LSS off include:

  • Digging applications - With LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
  • Holding a grade when blading - With LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
  • Precise pallet and bale handling - With LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
  • Parking a loader - With LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the operator station to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the H180 the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.


Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valveNitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve
Operator on/off switchOperator on/off switch
LSS on H180LSS on H180
LSS on 5E and 5MLSS on 5E and 5M

An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.

  • An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
  • The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float 

Performance

  • Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.

NOTE: Check bale handling capability of tractor before use.

  • Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
  • Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
  • Properly ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

Cost of Ownership

  • Extended life of loader pins and bushings
  • Less stress on tractor axle

Reasons for turning LSS off include:

  • Digging applications - With LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
  • Holding a grade when blading - With LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
  • Precise pallet and bale handling - With LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
  • Parking a loader - With LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the operator station to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the H180 the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.


Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valveNitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve
Operator on/off switchOperator on/off switch
LSS on H180LSS on H180
LSS on 5E and 5MLSS on 5E and 5M

An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.

  • An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
  • The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float 

Performance

  • Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.

NOTE: Check bale handling capability of tractor before use.

  • Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
  • Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
  • Properly ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

Cost of Ownership

  • Extended life of loader pins and bushings
  • Less stress on tractor axle

Reasons for turning LSS off include:

  • Digging applications - With LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
  • Holding a grade when blading - With LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
  • Precise pallet and bale handling - With LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
  • Parking a loader - With LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the operator station to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the H180 the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.


Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valveNitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve
Operator on/off switchOperator on/off switch
LSS on H180LSS on H180
LSS on 5E and 5MLSS on 5E and 5M

An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.

  • An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
  • The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float 

Performance

  • Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.

NOTE: Check bale handling capability of tractor before use.

  • Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
  • Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
  • Properly ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

Cost of Ownership

  • Extended life of loader pins and bushings
  • Less stress on tractor axle

Reasons for turning LSS off include:

  • Digging applications - With LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
  • Holding a grade when blading - With LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
  • Precise pallet and bale handling - With LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
  • Parking a loader - With LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the operator station to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the H180 the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.


Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valveNitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve
Operator on/off switchOperator on/off switch
LSS on H180LSS on H180
LSS on 5E and 5MLSS on 5E and 5M

An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.

  • An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
  • The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float 

Performance

  • Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.

NOTE: Check bale handling capability of tractor before use.

  • Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
  • Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
  • Properly ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

Cost of Ownership

  • Extended life of loader pins and bushings
  • Less stress on tractor axle

Reasons for turning LSS off include:

  • Digging applications - With LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
  • Holding a grade when blading - With LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
  • Precise pallet and bale handling - With LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
  • Parking a loader - With LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the operator station to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the H180 the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.


Nitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valveNitrogen-charged accumulator and electric valve
Operator on/off switchOperator on/off switch
LSS on H180LSS on H180
LSS on 5E and 5MLSS on 5E and 5M

An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.

  • An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
  • The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float 

Performance

  • Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.

NOTE: Check bale handling capability of tractor before use.

  • Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
  • Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
  • Properly ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

Cost of Ownership

  • Extended life of loader pins and bushings
  • Less stress on tractor axle

Reasons for turning LSS off include:

  • Digging applications - With LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
  • Holding a grade when blading - With LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
  • Precise pallet and bale handling - With LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
  • Parking a loader - With LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the operator station to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the H180 the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.


Miscellaneous:

Bag of Parts - BW15647


Digging teeth can be added to the heavy-duty bucket for easier digging in hard ground or for breaking loose hard-packed materials such as manure or silage. Digging teeth are not compatible with replaceable cutting edges.


Loader Boom and Bucket Valves - BW15006


Power Beyond Spacer - BW15379


Power Beyond Spacer - BW15989


Mounting Frame Components:

Mounting Brackets - BW16079


Mounting Plate - BW15170


Tool Box Bracket - BW15894


Tool Box Bracket - BW16044


Oil Tubes and Parts:

3rd Function Oil Line - BW15879


Grapple Coupler Oil Line and Bracket - BW16045


Tractor Mounting Frames:
Right-hand mounting frameRight-hand mounting frame
Left-hand mounting frameLeft-hand mounting frame
Left and right mounting framesLeft and right mounting frames
Toolbox kit (BW15894)Toolbox kit (BW15894)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)

Mounting frames are designed to evenly distribute forces during loader operation. Hardware is accessible to torque to the correct specifications.


Right-hand mounting frameRight-hand mounting frame
Left-hand mounting frameLeft-hand mounting frame
Left and right mounting framesLeft and right mounting frames
Toolbox kit (BW15894)Toolbox kit (BW15894)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)

Mounting frames are designed to evenly distribute forces during loader operation. Hardware is accessible to torque to the correct specifications.


Right-hand mounting frameRight-hand mounting frame
Left-hand mounting frameLeft-hand mounting frame
Left and right mounting framesLeft and right mounting frames
Toolbox kit (BW15894)Toolbox kit (BW15894)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)

Mounting frames are designed to evenly distribute forces during loader operation. Hardware is accessible to torque to the correct specifications.


Mounting Frame - BW15889


Mounting Frame - BW16134


Right-hand mounting frameRight-hand mounting frame
Left-hand mounting frameLeft-hand mounting frame
Left and right mounting framesLeft and right mounting frames
Toolbox kit (BW15894)Toolbox kit (BW15894)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)
Mounting bracket (BW16044)Mounting bracket (BW16044)

Mounting frames are designed to evenly distribute forces during loader operation. Hardware is accessible to torque to the correct specifications.


Mounting Frame - BW16398


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