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    New 120R loader for 1 and 2 series

    While looking for specs for the 220r on the new 2 series large frames I found the specs for the 120R which is listed for both 1E,R and 2 series tractors.
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    just a bit bigger than the h120 with more lift but less breakout force.
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    This has to be some kind of mistake, as it calls fro 23" front tires on 1 series tractors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    This has to be some kind of mistake, as it calls fro 23" front tires on 1 series tractors.
    I noticed that part also. Seeing as how they break the loader out differently in the manual for 1 and 2 series machines I'm betting the error is in the tire size


    Well look at what I see here... an update😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by mn1025rfilb View Post
    I noticed that part also. Seeing as how they break the loader out differently in the manual for 1 and 2 series machines I'm betting the error is in the tire size


    Well look at what I see here... an update😀

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    The copyright date on the bottom of that document says 2013.........Seems odd that in 2017, this is a "new option". Perhaps this loader is for the international market only, like other items for many of these John Deere tractors (cabs, etc.)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    The copyright date on the bottom of that document says 2013.........Seems odd that in 2017, this is a "new option". Perhaps this loader is for the international market only, like other items for many of these John Deere tractors (cabs, etc.)?
    I think that's just their website being badly coded. The 2038r manual says the same, at the bottom, when you go to a page.

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    Can't give specifics for the copyright (they are often based on a variable on a service)

    Here is the link to the full owners manual for the NA 120r and 220r loader (copyright 2016)

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    Wait...why is the H120 suddenly only rated at 512lbs? Hasn't it always been rated at 836lbs? I've seen threads were people contest that rating and lifted over a 1,000lbs with no problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Wait...why is the H120 suddenly only rated at 512lbs? Hasn't it always been rated at 836lbs? I've seen threads were people contest that rating and lifted over a 1,000lbs with no problems.
    This is the 120R loader which apparently can be used on both a 1-series and 2-series. The lift capacity is much lower when used on a 1-series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    This is the 120R loader which apparently can be used on both a 1-series and 2-series. The lift capacity is much lower when used on a 1-series.
    Yeah I know, I'm talking about the H120. The OP said that this loader had a higher lift capacity, and I was like, "Wait, what? It's less than the H120, which is 836lbs." Then I looked at JD's website and it now says 512lbs. What gives?

    As for the 120R, they are probably streamlining to save production money. Why make three loaders when you can make two?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Yeah I know, I'm talking about the H120. The OP said that this loader had a higher lift capacity, and I was like, "Wait, what? It's less than the H120, which is 836lbs." Then I looked at JD's website and it now says 512lbs. What gives?

    As for the 120R, they are probably streamlining to save production money. Why make three loaders when you can make two?
    It's about where measured and lift height etc. H120 specs are the same as when I bought my 1025r
    2015 1025r FILB (H120 49" w/piranha bar & KBOGHs, 60" Auto-connect MMM)
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    PB1001 Frontier 1 Bottom Turning Plow
    54" JD Snow Blower
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