CLAAS front loaders.

Fit the tractor perfectly.

CLAAS offers FL front loaders with a hydraulic self-levelling linkage and the FL C series with a mechanical self-levelling linkage.

Front loader

CLAAS front loaders.

Fit the tractor perfectly.

CLAAS offers FL front loaders with a hydraulic self-levelling linkage and the FL C series with a mechanical self-levelling linkage.

Attachment + removal. Ready in record time.

Front loader

Only leave your cab once.

With a combination of FITLOCK and MACH, you only need to leave your cab once to connect the FL front loader. Just drive the tractor up to the lift arms: as soon as the FITLOCK system is pre-locked in place, you get out of the cab, connect the multi-coupling system and stow the support legs in the boom. It's that easy!

Front loader

Drive in

Front loader

Pre-lock

Front loader

Lock

FITLOCK for effortless attachment and removal.

With the FITLOCK system, you can fit and replace the loader without tools – and without stress. Mounting the FL front loader is child's play. FITLOCK allows you to mount the loader quickly, safely and easily in any situation, even on uneven surfaces. The pre-lock mechanism secures the connection before the front loader locks fully into position.

Detaching the loader is just as quick and easy.

Front loader
Front loader

From your driving position in the cab, a glance at the lock indicator is all it takes to check that the lift arms are properly engaged.

Front loader

The support legs automatically engage in the correct position when the loader is lowered to the ground. This also makes it easy to attach the loader.

Front loader

MACH – just one action.

With the MACH multi-coupling system, you can easily connect all the hydraulic and electrical connections in just one action, even when the lines are under pressure. Simply place the multi-coupling system on the tractor bracket, pull the handle down and everything is perfectly connected. The hydraulic connectors have flat seals so they don't drip and remain clean and dry. Problems caused by dirt in the hydraulic system or wrong connections are now a thing of the past.