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    Saw a new plow set-up on a 1025R at the dealer today

    Was out pricing a 5 and 6 series for the farm, but at the front door of the dealer was a 1025R with this plow set-up.
    Has hydraulic angle and quick-tacs onto the loader. All steel, can't imagine the weight. Though I do like the skid shoes.
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    Weight depends on length but HLA has a site with all of their plows listed.

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    I see it has the new cordless hydraulics on it. Those things are pretty slick....

    On a more serious note. Looks pretty cool.

    What is the reasoning behind the moldboard profile on the blade? Does it help prevent snow from sticking or something? Their website specifically lists it as a feature. Don't know that I have noticed it before.
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    HLA/ Horst builds some quality stuff. Heavy, but quality. I have one of their fork frames that I converted from 500 series QA to Global. They did an excellent job welding it all up as a 500 series...

    Most of their stuff seems like it would be a bit heavy for a one series though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    HLA/ Horst builds some quality stuff. Heavy, but quality. I have one of their fork frames that I converted from 500 series QA to Global. They did an excellent job welding it all up as a 500 series...

    Most of their stuff seems like it would be a bit heavy for a one series though...
    Now I am not looking at the numbers (weight and lifting capabilities of a 1 series) but I don't see the weight as a bad thing. Look at it this way. There are lots of times where I put down pressure on my blade. Of course this means I loose steering in the process. With a loader you can still put down pressure on the blade but you may not need it as much. Also lifting the weight of the blade. Well it isn't like a bucket where you are lifting the weight of the attachment plus the weight of what is inside of it. It is just the weight of the blade. You don't pick stuff up with your blade other than a little bit that might stick to it.

    I like the looks of their snow pusher.

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    Horst/HLA builds great stuff as most Mennonites do. They are a hour and a bit from me, most of the blades and pushers doing snow removal around here are made by them.
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    Also interesting that they advertise a crossover relief valve and use a single DA cylinder for angling...all the "experts" say that won't work
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    Nice set up. I like it better than the 54" hydraulic power angle plow I had on my 1025R.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96PSD View Post
    Was out pricing a 5 and 6 series for the farm, but at the front door of the dealer was a 1025R with this plow set-up.
    Has hydraulic angle and quick-tacs onto the loader. All steel, can't imagine the weight. Though I do like the skid shoes.
    392# shipped when mine was delivered

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    Also interesting that they advertise a crossover relief valve and use a single DA cylinder for angling...all the "experts" say that won't work
    The way they build the mounts and cutouts into the frame, they can only use one. They would have to redesign a lot of supports to use 2 SA cyl's.

    Mine originally had manual angle, I upgraded to a single DA cyl, biggest HD one I could fit into the frame-LOVE IT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by balrog006 View Post
    392# shipped when mine was delivered



    The way they build the mounts and cutouts into the frame, they can only use one. They would have to redesign a lot of supports to use 2 SA cyl's.

    Mine originally had manual angle, I upgraded to a single DA cyl, biggest HD one I could fit into the frame-LOVE IT!
    Looks l[ke a better more useful set up than Deere sells. and they sell more appropriate blade lengths too.
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