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overload release[′ō·vər‚lōd ri‚lēs]
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To protect the loader if the bucket got caught under an unmovable or an extremely heavy object, an overload release
set at 1,500 pounds was built into the clutch.
It is also designed with overload release
protection and can be used in conjunction with hydraulic quick couplers and tilting attachments, the company said.