Front End Loader for Sub-compact Tractors

  • Compatible with John Deere sub-compact tractors up to 28 hp*
  • Lift capacity of 439kg*
  • Choice of standard or 4-in-1 bucket designs
  • Mechanical Self-Levelling
  • Cam Lock Attach System

*Lift capacity measured at pivot pin at ground level. The images shown are for illustrative purposes only.

The Challenge 21 Compact series front-end loaders have been specially developed for 21 to 60 horsepower agricultural tractor ranges. Designed for Australian conditions with a choice of general purpose or multipurpose 4-in-1 bucket designs which enables the operator to move and collect soil, mulch and gravel easily and neatly.



The perfect match

Challenge compact and mid-size loaders have been specially developed for 18-55hp tractor ranges. Designed for Australian conditions featuring excellent visibility, durable performance and solid construction that allows you to handle bigger tasks and longer hours. The compact and mid-size loader mechanical level lift system is the best form of operator protection against “rollback” and is designed to meet latest standards for Supply and Manufacture of Front End Loaders.

Designed with service access and visibility in mind the excellent visibility to the bucket is thanks to the loaders mid-mount design, narrow boom arms and small uprights. All key pivot points are fitted with heavy-duty bushes. These can all be lubricated from the side of the loader, with easy to see recessed grease points.

Cam lock attach system

Challenge compact and mid-size loaders feature the “Cam Lock” attachment system, which secures the loader arm in place and is easily released without the use of any special tools. Integrated park stands, colour coded hydraulic couplers and easy access to grease points make the compact and mid-size loader the multipurpose tool for your property.

  1. Drive the tractor into the parked loader;
  2. Connect the four colour coded hydraulic lines;
  3. Insert the “Cam Lock” pins to lock the towers and the arms together;
  4. Lift the loader arms; and
  5. Fold up and secure the park stands.