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    Frontier Land Rake for 1025R?

    Which model(s) of the Frontier land rake would you guys/girls recommend for the 1025R? I'm trying to figure out which models are workable and which models are too big. I found these models while searching:

    LR2072
    LR2084
    LR2172
    LR2184
    LR2196

    LR5060
    LR5072
    LR5084
    LR5096

    LR2060L
    LR5048L
    LR5060L
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    Quote Originally Posted by biodiesel View Post
    Which model(s) of the Frontier land rake would you guys/girls recommend for the 1025R? I'm trying to figure out which models are workable and which models are too big. I found these models while searching:

    LR2072
    LR2084
    LR2172
    LR2184
    LR2196

    LR5060
    LR5072
    LR5084
    LR5096

    LR2060L
    LR5048L
    LR5060L
    As long as you are figuring on keeping the 1025R for some time, get the 60 inch models with the L designation as they are designed for sub compact tractors. The 2060 is probably cheaper, but the 5060 is probably heavier built. your choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    As long as you are figuring on keeping the 1025R for some time, get the 60 inch models with the L designation as they are designed for sub compact tractors. The 2060 is probably cheaper, but the 5060 is probably heavier built. your choice.

    Dave
    Thanks, Dave. I didn't realize the L was designated for sub compact tractors. I do plan to keeping the 1025R for a longtime. Eventually I would like a larger 4 series cab tractor, but that will be in addition to the 1025R and much later down the road.

    By the way, I’ll be going to eastern Kansas at Thanksgiving and will be picking up Frontier AP10F forks at Heritage Tractor. My nearest dealer in Albuquerque gave me a quote for $762. Heritage gave me a quote for $620. That's a $142 dollar difference, plus I'm saving $58.74 in taxes. I usually go back to Kansas 3 times per year, so it won’t be a problem bringing them back with me.
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    The 1025R has what is defined as a "limited cat 1" rear 3 point. Limited as in not as tall as a "regular tractor".

    Thus you have to match rear implements to the tractor, so you can traverse obstacles with the implements mounted(like loading onto a trailer), and have plenty of height when the 3 point tops out.

    In the Frontier line, the "L" means for limited cat 1, which gets the hitch pins at the right height, and also has the proper capacity to match the tractor's ability to work.

    For instance the landscape rake has shorter tines, and the box blades are built shorter in height. But the Brush hog, RC2048 for instance, has 2 sets of lower pin holes, and according to which set is used dictates the height of the attachment. So if you used it on a 2025R, you would use the upper pin holes. For a 1025R, you would use the lower pin holes so that the 1025R could pick the cutter up high enough from ground level to transport it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindsey97 View Post
    The 1025R has what is defined as a "limited cat 1" rear 3 point. Limited as in not as tall as a "regular tractor".

    Thus you have to match rear implements to the tractor, so you can traverse obstacles with the implements mounted(like loading onto a trailer), and have plenty of height when the 3 point tops out.

    In the Frontier line, the "L" means for limited cat 1, which gets the hitch pins at the right height, and also has the proper capacity to match the tractor's ability to work.

    For instance the landscape rake has shorter tines, and the box blades are built shorter in height. But the Brush hog, RC2048 for instance, has 2 sets of lower pin holes, and according to which set is used dictates the height of the attachment. So if you used it on a 2025R, you would use the upper pin holes. For a 1025R, you would use the lower pin holes so that the 1025R could pick the cutter up high enough from ground level to transport it.
    Lindsey, thanks for the detailed explanation. This is my first tractor, so what is common knowledge to most is detailed information to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biodiesel View Post
    Thanks, Dave. I didn't realize the L was designated for sub compact tractors. I do plan to keeping the 1025R for a longtime. Eventually I would like a larger 4 series cab tractor, but that will be in addition to the 1025R and much later down the road.

    By the way, I’ll be going to eastern Kansas at Thanksgiving and will be picking up Frontier AP10F forks at Heritage Tractor. My nearest dealer in Albuquerque gave me a quote for $762. Heritage gave me a quote for $620. That's a $142 dollar difference, plus I'm saving $58.74 in taxes. I usually go back to Kansas 3 times per year, so it won’t be a problem bringing them back with me.
    Which Heritage dealer?

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    Which Heritage dealer?
    The one in Olathe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biodiesel View Post
    The one in Olathe.
    I was at that dealer location last Wed. I also go to the one in Adrian MO, usually when I need service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    I was at that dealer location last Wed. I also go to the one in Adrian MO, usually when I need service.
    My parents live outside of Ottawa. We (they) make a lot of trips into Overland Park/Kansas City area, so I like to stop at the Olathe dealer on the way to and from the city. My dad does most of his business at the Baldwin dealer, though. I’ve been very happy with their prices and customer service. I will probably continue to buy parts and implements from them since they are cheaper than here in New Mexico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biodiesel View Post
    My parents live outside of Ottawa. We (they) make a lot of trips into Overland Park/Kansas City area, so I like to stop at the Olathe dealer on the way to and from the city. My dad does most of his business at the Baldwin dealer, though. I’ve been very happy with their prices and customer service. I will probably continue to buy parts and implements from them since they are cheaper than here in New Mexico.
    The Olathe location is pretty small. But the Baldwin location is humongous. Many millions of $ sitting on that lot. Baldwin is the home office. Heritage is the only JD dealer around here now.

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