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Rubber Seals on each side of the bushing keep debris and moisture out for longer life of the attachment
Composite bushings along with massive chrome pins provides an almost frictionless motion allowing for smoother and longer use of loader.
The joints in Miller Loader feature the greaseless bushings. There are no grease zerks throughout the entire loader making for less maintenance and long life of your loader
A Loader Mainframe needs to balance Strength while providing good visibility around it. We use Solid Plate in our loader arms to provide the maximum strength while minimizing being obstructive. Solid Arms are better at handling shock and material fatigue (which is why solid plate is used in Wheel Loaders) while providing the operator with maximum visibility.
With solid plate loader arms it is literally built like a Wheel Loader. Solid Plate Arms better resist metal fatigue and shock for a longer life.
Using solid plate rather than tube allows for a lower profile giving the operator greater visibility.
We took the Standard and made it better. The Miller ISO / Euro-Global Quick Attach is designed to meet the International Standards Organization ISO 23206:2005(E). This standard sets the dimensions and clearances for the carriages of Agricultural tractors equipped with Front End Loaders. The Miller ISO Quick Attach is compatible with: John Deere - Global Quick Attach, Case-IH - Euro Quick Attach, New Holland, McCormick as well as all others adhering to this standard. The Miller Quick Attach comes standard on all M-series loader and is also optional on GP Loaders.
We machine down to the "standard diameter" a larger diameter bar for our top load bar. This provides us with the Standard Diameter for the attachment to hang on, but more importantly provides us with more strength. The larger diameter also provides more weld area for us to better attach our vertical rib stiffeners.
These rib plates provide us more lateral stability while also providing more area to weld our ribs and load bar together. This helps reduce flexing and cracking over time.
With more material to withstand the shock and stress, our heavier ribs are better able to handle loads over a longer period of time.