Kioti Sub-Compact Quick Attach SL2410 Loader Conversion

KIT INCLUDES:

  • Replacement bolt-on skid steer loader compatible male quick attach plate for Kioti SL2410 loaders. WILL NOT FIT OTHER MODELS OF FRONT END LOADERS!!!
  • Weld-on standard duty 1/4″ female plate to attach to existing bucket to convert it to “universal” skid steer mount interface. Requires removal of existing pin-on brackets and welding this kit on the existing bucket to complete.
Product price
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$675.00

If you have a Kioti sub-compact tractor with a pin-on bucket and wish you could have a quick attach system so you could change front loader attachments, this is the kit for you! It interfaces with Kioti model SL2410 loaders with center single lift cylinder to allow the use of skid steer-compatible attachments. In other words, with this kit on the front of your tractor, any attachment that mounts to a skid loader can now mount to your tractor. It opens up a whole new world of versatility! If you want to mount pallet forks, or a bale spike, or a snowblower on your tractor, all you have to do is pull up a couple of levers and you can change attachments in seconds. This kit replaces your existing pin-on plate and does require changing the pin-on brackets on your loader bucket to quick attach, which requires cutting off the pin-style mounts and welding a new face plate (included in this kit) on the bucket, which any welding shop should be able to complete. Once installed you’ll be able to effortlessly switch between front loader attachments and remove them if they’re in the way.

Please note: this kit is shipped without pins, you’ll need to save and use your existing loader pins to mount it. Also, always check to make sure aftermarket attachments are within the recommended lift capacity of your tractor and front end loader before purchasing.

BE SURE TO ADD A SET OF SUBCOMPACT PALLET FORKS.  WATCH FOR DISCOUNTED PRICING IN YOUR CART!

Additional information

Weight174 lbs
Dimensions48 × 40 × 16 in

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