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Check out the closeups of Kraig McConaughey's 620.  He took them so you could more clearly see the optional 3-point hitch, rear PTO and highly desirable Ark 600 loader...

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Here are some photos of my AC 620. If you like any of them feel free to use them in the gallery. I bought this AC620 used about the time you were setting up the web site. The contacts I found through your web site have been very helpful.  Thanks for the great site and keep up the good work. I also included some detail photos of the loader that may be helpful for someone looking to build or repair a loader.

Kraig

  He later added the photo of the loader at work, with these comments:

Just got a roll of film developed that has a photo of the AC 620's loader in action hoisting a rather large limestone boulder. Thought you might like to see it. I've been using the AC 620 to do some landscaping, the loader has been a lifesaver. So far it's been able to lift everything I've "asked" it to. Power steering would sure be helpful though. 

Kraig, thanks for all the close-ups, especially of the things you never see pictures of, such as the loader frame.  I'm sure the folks will appreciate them -- enough to even overlook the old Cub Cadets that snuck into the pictures . . .  80)  Kent

 

 

 

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