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    Front end loader pole boom for 1025r

    Hi does anyone know where I can get a front end loader pole boom or tree boom that will fit my JDQA 1025r

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    Quote Originally Posted by biscaynegardens View Post
    Hi does anyone know where I can get a front end loader pole boom or tree boom that will fit my JDQA 1025r
    What I did for my 3320 was to get the Titan JDQA 3pt. hitch adapter plate and then got a common 3pt. boom pole, that way the boom pole can go on either end of the tractor. 3 Point Attachment Adapter fits John Deere trailer hitch series tractor loader
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    I did essentially the same thing Eric did above. But I have the Artillian forks so I bought the Artillian 3pt adapter plate that goes on their fork frame and use that instead of the Titan adapter plate.

    I haven't seen a JDQA loader mount boom advertised anywhere. I think a few guys on here have made their own.
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    Reminder you want to have serious ballast if you you a pole boom on the front. The center of gravity wants to zoom way out forward when you get a load on the pole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeagerHair View Post
    Reminder you want to have serious ballast if you you a pole boom on the front. The center of gravity wants to zoom way out forward when you get a load on the pole.
    I have the heavy hitch rear ballast with 560 lbs weights. I don’t know how to weld is there any company that makes these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeagerHair View Post
    Reminder you want to have serious ballast if you you a pole boom on the front. The center of gravity wants to zoom way out forward when you get a load on the pole.
    Your right 2,000 lbs on my loader at the back of the plate the tires are firm on the ground. 500 lbs out 17 ft from my loader ends on my boom and the rear tires are light looking! Even out 8 ft - 500 lbs is a lot of weight for the boom/loader to lift up using the hydraulics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by biscaynegardens View Post
    I have the heavy hitch rear ballast with 560 lbs weights. I don’t know how to weld is there any company that makes these?
    Three Point Adapter - John Deere Compatible Attachments - Tractor Attachments


    Boom - 3 Point Attachments


    If you have Fleet Farm, or Farm & Fleet, or Rural King, or Tractor Supply, or a Big R store near you, you should be able to get a boom pole cheaper then that tho. I believe I paid $140 for a County Line brand, at a local Tractor Supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRG View Post
    Three Point Adapter - John Deere Compatible Attachments - Tractor Attachments


    Boom - 3 Point Attachments


    If you have Fleet Farm, or Farm & Fleet, or Rural King, or Tractor Supply, or a Big R store near you, you should be able to get a boom pole cheaper then that tho. I believe I paid $140 for a County Line brand, at a local Tractor Supply.
    For what can be lifted that far out that Boom Pole is fine for 500 lbs plus. Heavier the boom the less you can pick up in a way. Out far the lift ability goes down real fast. Much more then 500 lbs it can be tricky to move.
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