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    1026R 3 point connection to my little wonder leaf blower!

    Hello All,

    I found a simple way to attach my Little Wonder leaf blower to my 1026R. See pictures attached. I purchased the bar and U- bolts from tractor Supply for under $40.00.
    Very simple to do if you have the I-Match system! Works great!

    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjg1026r View Post
    Hello All,

    I found a simple way to attach my Little Wonder leaf blower to my 1026R. See pictures attached. I purchased the bar and U- bolts from tractor Supply for under $40.00.
    Very simple to do if you have the I-Match system! Works great!

    Jason
    Hiya,

    How does it work in soft areas turning with the front wheel being non swivel? I would think that a swivel adaptor would make this even better.

    Frank, this has you written all over it.

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    I have not run into any issues because I keep the wheels off the ground. I'm actually thinking about taking the wheels off to get closer to the ground? The swivel wheel may be a good idea for future upgrade.
    Thanks, Jason


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    Taking the wheels off kinda makes it useless for using it in garden beds and such though.
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    This could be in the implement/attachment section as it will work for tractors other than SCUTs. Not everyone has a 1 series tractor.
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    Learning from old posts

    I saw this old post a while back and I've been waiting to give it a shot myself. Works like a charm! I did pick up the swivel mount for the front wheel for the blower so it can ride just touching the ground. Between the mower deck and the blower on the back I can chop up the leaves and send them across the lawn. The push blower was pretty easy to use as it was, now even better as I just on the tractor and drive around with it. Thanks Jason for the great idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjg1026r View Post
    I have not run into any issues because I keep the wheels off the ground. I'm actually thinking about taking the wheels off to get closer to the ground? The swivel wheel may be a good idea for future upgrade.
    Thanks, Jason


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    The wheel are a "built on" dolly . . . I see no need for a swivel unless you want to make it easier to roll around and connect

    Great ideas
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    If that works even half as good as my BFB... Your gonna love it.

    I took a few laps yesterday just to test and blow the big stuff away.

    Its like trying to outrun a tornado.

    You gotta check the wind and have a plan.....Ditch the loader so you can turn tight .




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