LA211 loader

ICUJOSEPH

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bx2200
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finally found a LA 211 loader for my bx2200d. I believe i have most of the parts according to the LA211 manual, the question i have is the manual has a few different configs for the hydraulic block depending on the model of the tractor. i didnt realize there was different BX2200 model numbers unless im confuseing it with something else, the manuel has 3 different models listed, they are G-5676A, G-5677A (EC Model), and G-5678A, how do i know which model I have? can anyone help? i attached the pics in the manual to see if it helps.
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JeremyBX2200

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I have a BX2200 with a LA211 FEL. I will have to look and see if I have a picture of my block.

Hard for me to tell from your pic, but is it just different models of hydraulic blocks? I wonder if any of the blocks would work/fit on the BX2200, just lines hook up differently to them.
 

ICUJOSEPH

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bx2200
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I have a BX2200 with a LA211 FEL. I will have to look and see if I have a picture of my block.

Hard for me to tell from your pic, but is it just different models of hydraulic blocks? I wonder if any of the blocks would work/fit on the BX2200, just lines hook up differently to them.
That's what I was thinking, but I was not sure. I would greatly appreciate a picture of your block to compare it to mine just to verify before I start putting everything on. This is my first tractor and really don't know much about the actual hydraulic system works, doesn't look too complicated or difficult to pick up once I start to understand how the hydraulic system works. Thanks for the help.
 

JeremyBX2200

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BX2200
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That's what I was thinking, but I was not sure. I would greatly appreciate a picture of your block to compare it to mine just to verify before I start putting everything on. This is my first tractor and really don't know much about the actual hydraulic system works, doesn't look too complicated or difficult to pick up once I start to understand how the hydraulic system works. Thanks for the help.
I will see if I can get one tonight.

Mine is my first tractor too. Got it 2 years ago. I have found that it is pretty easy to work on and that overall parts aren't too expensive.
 

JeremyBX2200

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BX2200
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Sorry it took longer. Here are a couple of pics. Tough to get a good one with the tire on.
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ICUJOSEPH

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bx2200
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san antonio
Sorry it took longer. Here are a couple of pics. Tough to get a good one with the tire on. View attachment 86466
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Thanks so much, it really helped out, I do have one more question though, is there a way you can take a few pics of how the lines are routed through the tractor? im having a hell of time figuring out where they are supposed to go around, under and through? I looked at the installation diagram and it vaguely mentions it. I really appreciate your help.
 
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JeremyBX2200

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Thanks so much, it really helped out, I do have one more question though, is there a way you can take a few pics of how the lines are routed through the tractor? im having a hell of time figuring out where they are supposed to go around, under and through? I looked at the installation diagram and it vaguely mentions it. I really appreciate your help.
I currently have the mower deck off, so I will try and snap some pics
 

Vigo

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Judging by those super vague diagrams and the picture of an actual block, it's likely that the only differences between any of them are the port orientations, and possibly the port thread/style. If that's the case, it could probably be 'made to work' with any of them, by having a hydraulic shop modify your hard lines by turning the last ~8-12" of them into a hose with the appropriate fitting on the end of it. Just a thought. But if the blocks are available cheaply from the dealer I would just try to order the one that fit the lines i already had!
 

JeremyBX2200

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Here are the pics of my hydraulic routing.
I started from the front and worked my way back to the valve.
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