FRONT-END LOADERS 95, 2000 Series

Allied by Farm King front-end loaders are backed by years of extensive research. Factory testing simulates specific operations to evaluate durability; days of continuous cycling in raising, twisting and dropping loads using a programmed hydraulic power unit represents years of extreme use.

With one of the largest mounting kit application lists in the industry, there is an Allied front-end loader available for nearly every tractor, large or small, new or old. Custom colors are available to match all tractor brands which adds resale value and visual appeal.

95 SERIES
Model 95 - 495 / 495S 595 -895 / 795S / 895S
Tractor Requirement 15-100 hp 50-190 hp
Weight 475-2070 lb 2190-3390 lb

Earlier model tractors continue to use our time-proven 95 Series loader, for tractors with 15 to 275 hp. The conventional four-point mounting system includes two rear main "boots" and two front hooks that provide a positive lock to hold the loader tight and rigid to the loader mount. Most of our 95 Series mounting kits have rear axle bars that connect our mounting kits to the rear axle of the tractor providing increased strength and support. All of this minimizes stress on the loader, loader components and tractor frame to enhance longevity.

MIDMOUNT 2000 SERIES
Model All models
Tractor requirement 15-300 hp
Weight 500-4275 lb

Designed specifically for modern tractors, the Midmount 2000 Series provides enhanced visibility, increased lifting capability and superior breakout force. The Midmount 2000 Series provides easier access for service, more clearance for tractors with front wheel assist and extra room for front mounted fenders. Mechanical true self-leveling is available on models 2495 to 2895.

Features

MECHANICAL TRUE SELF-LEVELING
These loaders pick up where others drop off. The TSL system eliminates the variable "waving" action of leveling during the lift and lower cycle, so common in some other brands. During the raise/lower cycle, the bucket stays perfectly level or at the desired position. Not just approximately - precisely. The TSL system provides full dump at ground, and additional roll back as the loader raises.
JOYSTICK
A direct mounted or cable remote joystick is available. Packages are complete with color-coded dust caps, plugs and quick couplers. Choose from a 2- or 3-spool valve package. Both valve packages provide the opportunity to add a third function such as a grapple, however with the 2-spool valve a diverter valve will still need to be installed. The 3-spool valve package provides the opportunity to add a function, such as a hay grapple.
CUSHION RIDE
Driving across rough ground with a loaded bucket or suddenly dropping a heavy load can be hard on the tractor, loader and operator. Cushion Ride effectively feathers these shocks and bumps, similar to the shock absorbers in a vehicle. This provides smoother loader operation and adds longevity to the loader and loader components.
HYDRA FAST
One lever couples or disengages all hydraulic lines, for two, four or six outlets, for a clean, quick and easy connection even under pressure. This takes the guess work out of incorrect line connection, ensuring your hydraulic lines are hooked up properly every time.
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
A front-end loader is only as powerful and dependable as its hydraulic cylinders. Large diameter cylinder rods and thick chrome plating complement the longevity of the cylinder life. Larger diameter lift and bucket cylinders provide a higher lift capacity and stronger rollback power which is particularly important for bale spear application for mid-sized loaders because the weight is so far forward.
QUICK DISCONNECT
1. Remove the parking stands from their storage compartment on the loader arms.
2. Midmount Series - Remove lock pin on each side of Midmount models. No tools required.
2. 95 Series - Loosen bolt on each side of the 95 series
3. Back away tractor and disconnect the hydraulics. Reverse the procedure for re-mounting the loader.

95 Series Features

  • SKID STEER QUICK ATTACH
    A skid steer quick attach is available on 95 Series models up to 595, making these front-end loaders a multi-use tool carrier that are truly adaptable to take on any task. Mechanical true self-leveling is available on models 595 to 895.
  • LIFT CAPACITY
    Most 95 Series loaders are available with larger lift and bucket cylinders for greater lift capacity. The bucket quick attach is a standard feature on the 95 Series (model 495 and larger) and is optional on smaller models.
  • MOUNTING KITS
    Most of our 95 Series mounting kits have rear axle bars that connect our mounting kits to the rear axle of the tractor providing increased strength and support. All of this minimizes stress on the loader, loader components and tractor frame to enhance longevity.

2000 Series Features

  • QUICK ATTACH
    The Midmount 2000 Series quick attach method, standard on the 2495 and larger models, is consistent with the Euro style system to allow for improved interchangeability of attachments. An optional skid steer quick attach truly makes your front-end loader a multi-use tool carrier. Available for models up to 2595.
  • CLEARANCE
    Midmount loaders feature grease fittings at the outer end of the pins for easier greasing. Improved clearance means that front fenders can usually remain in place, servicing of the tractor is easier, and full wheel oscillation and turning radius can be maintained without any restrictions.
  • HEAVY-DUTY PARALLEL BUCKET LINKAGE
    A distinctive feature on all Allied Midmount 2000 Series front-end loaders is the heavy-duty parallel bucket linkage, usually seen only on self-leveling loaders. This greatly increases rollback and dump angles.

Manuals

Models 95 and 195 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 May 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2004 August 2003
Model 295 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 May 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2009 July 2009
Operator and Parts 2007 October 2007
Operator and Parts 2004 August 2003
Model 395 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 May 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2009 December 2009
Operator and Parts 2007 September 2007
Operator and Parts 2004 August 2003
Model 495 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 June 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2005 August 2009
Operator and Parts 2004 August 2007
Model 595 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 July 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 July 2008
Operator and Parts 2007 September 2007
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 August 2003
Model 695 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 July 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 July 2003
Model 795 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 August 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 (2) February 2012
Operator and Parts 2012 (1) January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 July 2003
Model 895 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2014 August 2014
Operator and Parts 2012 (2) March 2012
Operator and Parts 2012 (1) January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 July 2003
Model 995 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2004 May 2003
Model 2095 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2005 November 2005
Model 2195 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 November 2006
Model 2295 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 November 2006
Model 2395 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 November 2006
Model 2495 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 October 2003
Model 2495E Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 June 2008
Model 2595 & 2596 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 October 2003
Model 2595E & 2596E Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 June 2008
Model 2695 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2005 October 2005
Model 2695E Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 June 2008
Model 2795 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2004 October 2003
Model 2795HD Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2005 May 2005
Model 2795HDE Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 June 2008
Model 2895 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 May 2008
Operator and Parts 2006 May 2006
Operator and Parts 2004 February 2006
Model 2895E Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2012 January 2012
Operator and Parts 2008 May 2008
Model 3995 Date Posted
Operator and Parts 2010 June 2010
Operator and Parts 2009 December 2009