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    Front Quick Hitch Snow Blade

    I was hoping someone could tell if the front Quick Hitch that's fits a 420, 430, 460, 300, 300x, 300cx, 400, 400x, 400cx would fit the H120 front loader. It was used with a 3320 and 300cx.

    The blade is 6 foot wide. I have a 1025R.

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    I'm thinking you mean quick attach not quick hitch, they are two different things. If you are asking if an implement that was on a 300cx loader will fit your H120 loader than yes.
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    Yes the JDQA spacing is the same, the blade will fit. Now fitting and working well on your small tractor may be a different story...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Yes the JDQA spacing is the same, the blade will fit. Now fitting and working well on your small tractor may be a different story...
    Thanks for the information. I would prefer a 5 ft blade. Just haven't run across one. Will the 6 foot be to much?

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    2013 1025R
    H120 FEL 53in Bucket
    Kens Hooks
    Frontier AB12 Forks
    I-Match (old style)
    Loaded Rear Tires
    Modified Rear Signal lights
    Ballast Box
    Frontier 1048 Box Blade
    Ratchet Rake
    Update Seat Springs
    John Deere BW15326 Front Blade
    Hyd Angle Kit (not installed yet)


    D-140 Lawn mower
    48inch cut
    Added front bumper
    John Deere Cart

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    I think so, not just the width but the weight also. That's my opinion anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AWK View Post
    Thanks for the information. I would prefer a 5 ft blade. Just haven't run across one. Will the 6 foot be to much?

    AWK
    I have a 5' 8" meyer truck plow on my 1025r that I cut down from a 7' it works just fine.
    2013 4720 with 400cx loader and 4-n-1 bucket ,485 backhoe with 18" bucket. Soon to come Artillian HD forks,TSC 7' tiller,I- match,Hydraulic box blade,frontier rear 7' snowblower,7' frontier snow blade and root grapple. SOLD2013 John Deere 1025r filb with alot of #hit that's more than 500 characters apparently!

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    Will This Blade Fit?

    I am hunting down a snow blade for my 1025R. Found one that says;
    "John Deere 54 front blade. Will fit 2305 2210 and all X series tractors. "

    I have asked for the model number, but have not gotten a response.

    Here is the picture. Any other question or thing I should know about this?
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    2013 1025R
    H120 FEL 53in Bucket
    Kens Hooks
    Frontier AB12 Forks
    I-Match (old style)
    Loaded Rear Tires
    Modified Rear Signal lights
    Ballast Box
    Frontier 1048 Box Blade
    Ratchet Rake
    Update Seat Springs
    John Deere BW15326 Front Blade
    Hyd Angle Kit (not installed yet)


    D-140 Lawn mower
    48inch cut
    Added front bumper
    John Deere Cart

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    FYI, the QH (quick hitch) on the tractor side will NOT fit your 1-series, take a look here: Used John Deere 47" & 54" Snow Blower Buying Guide

    The blades are all the same, but the QH's are different for different tractors.
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    Artillian 3K Forks, Grapple, Front-Hoe Bucket
    John Deere 455, 60" MMM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    FYI, the QH (quick hitch) on the tractor side will NOT fit your 1-series, take a look here: Used John Deere 47" & 54" Snow Blower Buying Guide

    The blades are all the same, but the QH's are different for different tractors.
    That's a great reference Kenny - bookmarked.
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    I have a 6' FEL mounted snow plow on my 1025R, works excellent . I think it really depends on your specific needs and your driveway , what works good for one may not for some one else.
    I know several 1025 owners in the immediate area here that have the JD 54" plow and they all say the same thing, it's to small.
    - JD 1025R, R4s, H120 FEL, 53" bucket w/ hooks, 54" auto connect MMM, wheel weights
    - Artillian Forks 42",
    - Expanded piranha bucket edge
    - 72" FEL mounted snow plow,
    - Home built-35 gal 3pt. sprayer w/ pto pump, 3 pt. Hitch weight bracket w/ receiver hitch, holds 8 JD 42 lb. wts, Ballast box 3pt., w/ 6" caster wheels, stainless steel lawn roller
    - JD 425, 54" MMM, 3pt. PTO, MC 519 collection cart with hydraulic dump and power flow

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