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    Loader Plow for 1025R

    Here is a screen shot from the John Deere 1025R product brochure. Can you tell me what plow set up is pictured here ? Thx.
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    Looks like a 1025R with cab and a AF10F plow. The AF10F is new this year. It is JDQA to go right onto your loader but it is only manual angle. I'm hoping they come out with a hydro angle kit for it soon! (I have no idea of they are even considering that but... a guy can dream!)

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    Thanks JimR.

    So....is the general consensus of the SCUT posters on this forum that the quick hitch plow is superior to the loader mounted version(s)? Or is it still more like Pepsi/Coke preference? From reading thru the myriad of posts on loader or frame mounted plows....there seems to be some issues with the engineering/geometry of the loader mounted variety that seem to favour using the frame mounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gls1320 View Post
    Thanks JimR.

    So....is the general consensus of the SCUT posters on this forum that the quick hitch plow is superior to the loader mounted version(s)? Or is it still more like Pepsi/Coke preference? From reading thru the myriad of posts on loader or frame mounted plows....there seems to be some issues with the engineering/geometry of the loader mounted variety that seem to favour using the frame mounts.
    I don't know if there is a consensus. I've seen a lot of comments from people worried about bending their loader arms but I've never heard anyone say it's actually ever happened. I have a 2-series which is only marginally larger than the SCUTs and once I mounted my plow on the loader I never looked back. I don't even remember how to hook it up using just the Quick Hitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gls1320 View Post
    Thanks JimR.

    So....is the general consensus of the SCUT posters on this forum that the quick hitch plow is superior to the loader mounted version(s)? Or is it still more like Pepsi/Coke preference? From reading thru the myriad of posts on loader or frame mounted plows....there seems to be some issues with the engineering/geometry of the loader mounted variety that seem to favour using the frame mounts.
    I'm not aware of that consensus. Especially when you consider that the current JD Quick Attach front mounted 54" plow is basically a carry over from their garden tractors and uses a tractor mount designed for a mower deck. The Quick Attach is barely up to the task of carrying the snow blower let alone a blade that will see a lot of force put on the edges.

    Pushing snow with the loader isn't much different than ramming the bucket into a pile of gravel or using the edge of the bucket to loosen a stump.

    If longevity is the concern I'd take the loader mounted blade any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    I don't know if there is a consensus. I've seen a lot of comments from people worried about bending their loader arms but I've never heard anyone say it's actually ever happened. I have a 2-series which is only marginally larger than the SCUTs and once I mounted my plow on the loader I never looked back. I don't even remember how to hook it up using just the Quick Hitch.
    Jim, Iíll be using a FEL mounted plow for the first time this year. That would be my only concern, when angled one loader arm would be taking on more pressure correct??


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    If you think of a Plow for your FEL<, CTA is starting to manufacturing them. I am thinking of getting one of these for my new 2038. Good Luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Jim, Iíll be using a FEL mounted plow for the first time this year. That would be my only concern, when angled one loader arm would be taking on more pressure correct??
    Not necessarily. I have the 54" Deere plow mounted on the Artillian adapter. All of the stress of the plow is on the Quick Hitch part that is still used.. That is centered on the Artillian adapter that is mounted on the Artillian fork frame. I'll have to post a pic later of the whole setup but by the time everything is mounted, the pressure form the plow is pretty evenly distributed between the frame arms. The Quick Hitch is really the weak point. I popped the angling hydro cylinder last year when I inadvertently slammed the plow into some solid stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Not necessarily. I have the 54" Deere plow mounted on the Artillian adapter. All of the stress of the plow is on the Quick Hitch part that is still used.. That is centered on the Artillian adapter that is mounted on the Artillian fork frame. I'll have to post a pic later of the whole setup but by the time everything is mounted, the pressure form the plow is pretty evenly distributed between the frame arms. The Quick Hitch is really the weak point. I popped the angling hydro cylinder last year when I inadvertently slammed the plow into some solid stuff.
    Okay, Iím not using the Artillian set up, but I do understand what you are saying.
    This is mine, itís a 72Ē Moose UTV plow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Not necessarily. I have the 54" Deere plow mounted on the Artillian adapter. All of the stress of the plow is on the Quick Hitch part that is still used.. That is centered on the Artillian adapter that is mounted on the Artillian fork frame. I'll have to post a pic later of the whole setup but by the time everything is mounted, the pressure form the plow is pretty evenly distributed between the frame arms. The Quick Hitch is really the weak point. I popped the angling hydro cylinder last year when I inadvertently slammed the plow into some solid stuff.
    Here is the link to my setup. I have never had any problems. Been using this setup for two years and have pushed some pretty heavy and hard snow.

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...w-adapter.html
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