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    Bobcat 2410 Articulated Front End Loader

    Here are some pictures of our 1991 Bobcat 2410 articulated front end loader. It is still a very reliable machine today. We now only use it as our yard machine and I plow with it in the winter. We use it with a one yard heavy material bucket and a 2 yard light material bucket.

    To this day I have never seen another Bobcat 2410. I have seen some of the smaller loaders Bobcat used to make. I know we have the only 2410 in New Hampshire. I was wondering if anyone has operated one or even seen one in recent years. And if you have pictures please post!

    Also here are two youtube videos of me operating the 2410:
    YouTube - Bobcat 2410YouTube - Taking a ride in Bobcat 2410
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    Looks like it moves along at a pretty good clip! Nice machine! I've seen a few around here and there but they are pretty rare! Never got a chance to try one though... What is the engine like to work on being up between the arms like that? From your first video it looks like it would work circles around the 906 cat I operated a looooong time ago... Either that or I'm not much of a 906 operator :-P Thanks for sharing!

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    Its definitely not the easiest machine to access the motor on but if you look in the second picture, the black panel in between where the machine articulates, is actually a door to access the back of the motor.
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    Smooth operator!!

    thanks for the post, i like interior shots better than exterior shots most of the time, and it's un-doubtedly a rare machine that i'll prolly never get to operate....thanks again

    Pj

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    Here are a few more pictures of the motor and the inside of the machine.
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    Here is another video

    YouTube - 2410 pushing up fill pile
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    who made the 2410 loader, how are parts.

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    The 2410 was made by Bobcat when they were owned by Melroe, but I'm pretty sure it is a true Bobcat machine. Parts are tough to come by, and are getting harder and harder to get every year.
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    Well i haven't posted any pictures in a while of our 2410. So here you go. Also here is an in the cab video of me plowing in the loader.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeepMPFKvJI
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    Here are some more shots of me doing some snow removal after the storm. And another video of the 2410 plowing.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOkw6bH3woQ
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    Here is one more video of me doing snow removal.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PowZ6Lx_0YU
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    Here is a quick walk-around video I did of the machine.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fW4L8VxhNhs

    Some more pictures of our 2410

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    Tom

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    Tom

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    Tom

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    Dang it can haul. How reliable would you say your 2410 is? I'm a webmaster for lineboring.org and we're always looking into downed equipment that need repair, front loaders amongst many.

    Nice pictures thanks for sharing.
    Remy
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