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    Does anyone use a 3 point sprayer on their 1025 and what is the largest capacity in gallons that I could easily use on mine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robnik View Post
    Does anyone use a 3 point sprayer on their 1025 and what is the largest capacity in gallons that I could easily use on mine?
    JD lists this in the latest Implements and Attachments Brochure:

    This Category 1, 3-Pt. Hitch Sprayer is designed for residential or commercial property
    care. These 40, 55, 110, or 150*-gallon sprayers provide an excellent way to
    apply spray materials such as liquid fertilizer, weed killer, tree spray and de-icer.
    Complete large spraying jobs quickly with folding booms or boomless that spray
    an adjustable 5-ft. up to 30-ft. swath. Ask about our complete line of sprayer
    accessories.
    * 150-gallon capacity only for use on 4120,4320, 4520, 4720, 4044M/R, 4052M/R, 4066M/R
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    I would think with just about any size one had better plan on front ballast as part of the equation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    JD lists this in the latest Implements and Attachments Brochure:

    This Category 1, 3-Pt. Hitch Sprayer is designed for residential or commercial property
    care. These 40, 55, 110, or 150*-gallon sprayers provide an excellent way to
    apply spray materials such as liquid fertilizer, weed killer, tree spray and de-icer.
    Complete large spraying jobs quickly with folding booms or boomless that spray
    an adjustable 5-ft. up to 30-ft. swath. Ask about our complete line of sprayer
    accessories.
    * 150-gallon capacity only for use on 4120,4320, 4520, 4720, 4044M/R, 4052M/R, 4066M/R
    Thanks for this. I was thinking I would be pushing it with 40 gallons.
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    Country Way 40 gallon 3 pt. Sprayer
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    I would think with just about any size one had better plan on front ballast as part of the equation.
    Being new to tractors I wouldn't have even thought about it. Thanks for the advice!
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    Kens bolt on hooks and clevis (3) and differential lock pedal
    JD phd with 6" and 9" augers
    2048 box blade
    Titan 36" forks
    Country Way 40 gallon 3 pt. Sprayer
    Piranha tooth bar
    6 acres in Central Florida

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    Most of us, if we own one get the 40 gallon model from Tractor Supply. I own one myself. I have 2.5 acres of property to keep under control. May want to have some front ballast in a form of a FEL or front weights to help offset some of the rear weight of 40 gallons. You are talking about 320lbs hanging out there on the rear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96PSD View Post
    Most of us, if we own one get the 40 gallon model from Tractor Supply. I own one myself. I have 2.5 acres of property to keep under control. May want to have some front ballast in a form of a FEL or front weights to help offset some of the rear weight of 40 gallons. You are talking about 320lbs hanging out there on the rear.
    The 40 gallon was what I was thinking. Is just the empty loader enough weight?
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    Kens bolt on hooks and clevis (3) and differential lock pedal
    JD phd with 6" and 9" augers
    2048 box blade
    Titan 36" forks
    Country Way 40 gallon 3 pt. Sprayer
    Piranha tooth bar
    6 acres in Central Florida

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    The front loader just alone will be enough counterweight to make sure your front wheels are firm on the ground and able to steer.
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    2014- JD 1025r
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    66"/54" plow with Artillian extension and rubber edge
    Artillian 36" forks
    JD 550 3PT Tiller
    54" spike aerator
    Fimco 3PT 40 gal boom sprayer
    Trac-Vac 580
    CMP 3PT 60" Dethatcher
    51" Lucknow 3PT rear snowblower
    Omni Transformer 3PT weight rack w/ 2" hitch receiver 6-42lbs weights

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    Remember the weight of the sprayer and don't forget the weight of the water when loaded. Water weighs around 8 pounds per gallon. Another thing to think about is water sloshing around is harder to carry than stationary weight. A half empty tank will allow the water more room to splash as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck S View Post
    A half empty tank will allow the water more room to splash as well.
    Even if you fill the tank it will be half empty again at some point. :-)
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