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    1025r rear 3pt hitch falling again

    120 hours on tractor three years old, 54 inch rear blower and box blade all summer. My three point hitch was fixed at 75 hours for falling, and now it is falling again. Is this a common reoccurence or is there a known issue that can be fixed permanently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maineguy77 View Post
    120 hours on tractor three years old, 54 inch rear blower and box blade all summer. My three point hitch was fixed at 75 hours for falling, and now it is falling again. Is this a common reoccurence or is there a known issue that can be fixed permanently?
    What do you mean by "falling"?

    What was replaced last time?
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    Over 1000 hours on my 1026 and I don't have that problem. I don't know the fix either. Sorry.
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    I lift the blower and it falls on its own. 3pt lever is very sloppy and loose. I believe they replaced a seal in some valve...i dont remember. I can use it if I hang onto the handle but im assuming im leaking something some where since is doesnt stay up. This dam tractor is in the shop every 20 hours for something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maineguy77 View Post
    I lift the blower and it falls on its own. 3pt lever is very sloppy and loose. I believe they replaced a seal in some valve...i dont remember. I can use it if I hang onto the handle but im assuming im leaking something some where since is doesnt stay up. This dam tractor is in the shop every 20 hours for something.
    This isn't your problem per chance is it?

    John Deere 1025R 3 Point Lever Too Loose Fix - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Maineguy77 View Post
    I lift the blower and it falls on its own. 3pt lever is very sloppy and loose. I believe they replaced a seal in some valve...i dont remember. I can use it if I hang onto the handle but im assuming im leaking something some where since is doesnt stay up. This dam tractor is in the shop every 20 hours for something.
    This isn't your problem per chance is it?

    John Deere 1025R 3 Point Lever Too Loose Fix - YouTube
    Ill try that bolt in the morning and see if it helps...thanks...this is why i love this forum
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    that was it thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maineguy77 View Post
    that was it thanks
    Great! You are the second one in the past two weeks.
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