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1958 Minneapolis Moline 335 industrial, What kind of loader is this?


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Default 1958 Minneapolis Moline 335 industrial, What kind of loader is this?

Hello all,
I have been using an industrial MM 335 around the acreage and it appears to be somewhat unusual. There were only 746 made and this one has power steering and a very heavy duty loader that I have not been able to identify. I have googled it with no luck so far. I hope someone here can tell me what brand this loader is. Thanks for any help and good luck on all your projects!
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Default Re: 1958 Minneapolis Moline 335 industrial, What kind of loader is this?

Looks like a MM model S 43?
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Default Re: 1958 Minneapolis Moline 335 industrial, What kind of loader is this?

Nice clean looking little minny mo you got there Tony!
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Default Re: 1958 Minneapolis Moline 335 industrial, What kind of loader is this?

Case R,
As I stated in my first post, I have been re-searching this loader with no ID so far. MM S-43 is a very good loader, but does not look like mine. My photos show more of a "Lull" or "Ottawa" industrial type unit.

Also note the long pipe arm and pivot on bucket cylinders...a kind of self leveling system for bucket.

Massive under-mount uses "pyramid" uprights that dual as fluid reservoir.

Here is the S-43.
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Default Re: 1958 Minneapolis Moline 335 industrial, What kind of loader is this?

MM industrials used the L series on industrials. L400,500,etc Usually can tell by the bell crank setup and leveling arms on top. Have to pickup a L500 loader for my Jetstar 3 industrial diesel someday. Lull and Reese used on earlier models R's. Not sure who made L series. Ottawa and Paulson made for MM as well as Schwartz.
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very nice Minnie mo......
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Hello all,
Here is a brochure cover from 1964 that shows the L400 & L500 Heavy duty loader. These appear on industrials and the "big mo" series tractors as well as some Jets.
It is very similar to mine, but not the same. Bucket leveling arms are on top and had grill guard.
The type of loader I have seems older than the 60s MM 400-500.
I believe the 335 has had this loader for life and if that is true then it would be 1958 area?
Have not discovered who made loaders for MM.
Could this be a late Lull or Reese?
Parsons made them, but may be newer.
Ottawa?
Schwartz?
Paulson?
Will keep snooping and would appreciate any leads from our brilliant and helpful network here. Thanks,
Tony
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Hello all,
The MM has been a handy loader that is capable of lifting enough weight to raise rear wheels up causing complete loss of traction. I installed a pair of beefy vintage weights to combat this issue and it made a big difference.

I am at a complete loss for trying to ID this loader and still looking for help from the public. Hopefully someone in our network will recognize it.
Good luck on your projects everyone!
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The Gresen valves kinda date loader to mid 60's. Charlyns were used on in 50's and early 60's
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Found an old MM memo dated 1962 to update M5 Charlyn to Gresen. Charlyn leaked when warm. Probably doesn't help. Looks like ones on Masseys. Many loaders were made here and went defunct Still one nice loader.
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