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    1025r 3 bag Powerflow X-series? SE Wisconsin

    Picked this 60” system up before I took delivery of my new 1025r. Ended up with the front-end loader and backhoe. What I didn’t realize was although the Powerflow system has a quick detach setup, a small stub is left mounted to the frame that obstructs the installation of the backhoe. Just getting too old to be bolting things on and off. Knees are shot. My short sightedness is your gain.

    This system on the 1025r uses a very long chute. The chute has markings to be cut down for installation on many different models. This unit has 3 bags under a hinge up cover. It is powered off the right side deck pulley. Installation and removal only takes a few minutes so it can be used seasonally.

    These systems are $2,200.00 + new from John Deere. Asking $1,100.00 cash sale.
    Only trade I would consider: JD front broom with quick hitch for the 1025r or the Frontier plow for the H120 loader. Cash + or -

    Running sale here for a few days before it hits Craig's List.


    50 miles North of Milwaukee.

    Send PM with contact info.

    Thanks!

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    2016 1025R FILB: Loaded R4's - 72# Starters - 60" MMM - Mechanical lift - 260 BH - H120 - 53" bucket - Ballast box - 647 Tiller - JD 40 gal 3 pt sprayer
    2003 X595: R3's - 62C MMM - 3 pt hitch - 47" blower - 80 cart - Brinly 24x36 roller - Parker lawn sweeper - 10 suitcase weights
    1994 445: Sold
    2004 X485 AWS:
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    What part obstructs the backhoe installation? One piece bolts to the hitch plate and it uses the top link from the 3pt. Unless Deere has changed things since I bought mine in 2014.


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    1025R w\ block heater and one rear work light
    H120 FEL w 53" bucket, 54" QH blade, 60" MMM w\ autoconnect, mulch kit and independent lift kit
    JD 3 bag MCS with powerflow
    Land Pride RTA1250 tiller and CA1556 core aerator
    Imatch Quick Hitch
    JamisonBryce MCS Imatch adapter
    Heavy Hitch weight bracket & sub soiler combo
    CMP Attachments 60" HD front dethatcher
    Garber 72" 3pt mount drop spreader
    Countyline 3pt PHD with 9" diameter auger

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesetrain View Post
    What part obstructs the backhoe installation? One piece bolts to the hitch plate and it uses the top link from the 3pt. Unless Deere has changed things since I bought mine in 2014.


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    That's the piece I am talking about.

    Needs to be unbolted from the hitch plate to put the backhoe on.
    2016 1025R FILB: Loaded R4's - 72# Starters - 60" MMM - Mechanical lift - 260 BH - H120 - 53" bucket - Ballast box - 647 Tiller - JD 40 gal 3 pt sprayer
    2003 X595: R3's - 62C MMM - 3 pt hitch - 47" blower - 80 cart - Brinly 24x36 roller - Parker lawn sweeper - 10 suitcase weights
    1994 445: Sold
    2004 X485 AWS:
    Sold

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    If you want to keep the material collection system, a solution is to get the Jamison Bryce LLC, iMatch adapter and cart. I got mine from Mutton Power, but they do not list it on their site any more. Can still order from Jamison Bryce LLC for $640 plus shipping. This solution gets rid of the angled bracket that attaches to the hitch plate, and allows a simple iMatch connection. No more having to struggle with removing the bagger hood and angled bracket. The cart also has bracket to hold the power flow unit when it is not attached to the mowing deck. One warning is, you will require an uncut chute. The iMatch adapter requires a 4inch longer chute then one cut down to fit the standard 1025r configuration. Also Jamison Bryce recommends an independent lift system for the deck. I love mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henderson View Post
    If you want to keep the material collection system, a solution is to get the Jamison Bryce LLC, iMatch adapter and cart. I got mine from Mutton Power, but they do not list it on their site any more. Can still order from Jamison Bryce LLC for $640 plus shipping. This solution gets rid of the angled bracket that attaches to the hitch plate, and allows a simple iMatch connection. No more having to struggle with removing the bagger hood and angled bracket. The cart also has bracket to hold the power flow unit when it is not attached to the mowing deck. One warning is, you will require an uncut chute. The iMatch adapter requires a 4inch longer chute then one cut down to fit the standard 1025r configuration. Also Jamison Bryce recommends an independent lift system for the deck. I love mine.
    I have the Jameson Bryce setup. Makes the bagger so much easier to use.


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    1025R w\ block heater and one rear work light
    H120 FEL w 53" bucket, 54" QH blade, 60" MMM w\ autoconnect, mulch kit and independent lift kit
    JD 3 bag MCS with powerflow
    Land Pride RTA1250 tiller and CA1556 core aerator
    Imatch Quick Hitch
    JamisonBryce MCS Imatch adapter
    Heavy Hitch weight bracket & sub soiler combo
    CMP Attachments 60" HD front dethatcher
    Garber 72" 3pt mount drop spreader
    Countyline 3pt PHD with 9" diameter auger

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    MCS is SOLD Please remove.

    Thanks for all the help.
    2016 1025R FILB: Loaded R4's - 72# Starters - 60" MMM - Mechanical lift - 260 BH - H120 - 53" bucket - Ballast box - 647 Tiller - JD 40 gal 3 pt sprayer
    2003 X595: R3's - 62C MMM - 3 pt hitch - 47" blower - 80 cart - Brinly 24x36 roller - Parker lawn sweeper - 10 suitcase weights
    1994 445: Sold
    2004 X485 AWS:
    Sold

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