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    Another new 1025R owner

    Just took delivery of a new 1025R yesterday. Also opted for the 60" MMM, 54" Plow blade, BB2048L Box Blade, and 17P utility cart. Already burned through a full tank of fuel mowing about 8 acres of very overgrown grass. This is my first tractor so I don't have anything to compare it to but so far this thing is a beast. Hope to try out the box blade next.
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    Tractor looks awesome!!
    2007 JD 2520

    62d Deck, 14 Bushel Material Collection System, I-Match Quickhitch, Independant Lift, 200cx Loader, 47" Front-Mount Snow Blower, 14k KW 3-point Genetaror, 60 Gallon 3-point Sprayer, 655 3-point tiller, 60" 3-point Blade

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    Congradulations! I'm still waiting for mine. And, Welcome to GTT from MN!

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    From CT

    Congrats on new

    is a loader in your future...makes a great backsaver/wheelbarrow!!!
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    Now just how cool is that. Congratulations dodgetimes2 and welcome to GTT, the lighter side of tractor ownership.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fdmars View Post


    From CT

    Congrats on new

    is a loader in your future...makes a great backsaver/wheelbarrow!!!
    Only time will tell but for now the majority of the hours on it will be spent mowing lots and lots of grass.

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    Congratulations on the new

    and welcome to the nut house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgetimes2 View Post
    Just took delivery of a new 1025R yesterday. Also opted for the 60" MMM, 54" Plow blade, BB2048L Box Blade, and 17P utility cart. Already burned through a full tank of fuel mowing about 8 acres of very overgrown grass. This is my first tractor so I don't have anything to compare it to but so far this thing is a beast. Hope to try out the box blade next.
    :good2"Welcome from NY's Mid Hudson Valley!

    Engine break in is very important and running the first bunch of hours @ varying RPM/workload is top on the list according to "Uncle Manual". "Beast" is right! It's an ox or a gazelle depending on the job and mine's been "rooting like a hog" this past week.
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