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    1025r Tire pressure

    Bought a new 1025r last year and had a slow leak on 1 front tire all winter. Weather finally got nice, removed tire and took to the dealer. Dealer was great, put in a tube - no charge.

    Dealer set the pressure at 28 and said with FEL work, need to be 25-30.

    Thoughts?
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    Upgraded from a 2001 -- GT235, 48" mowing deck, 3 bag rear bagger, 47" snow plow, dump cart.

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    Yep that is what the manual calls for.
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    Just relying on my poor memory here but I thought 22 was max?
    1025R FILB, vintage: 2015
    54D MM mowing deck
    Imatch hitch
    2 inch receiver for three point
    "18" cart
    Piranha Tooth Bar
    Ken's hooks and differential lock pedal
    Artillian 36" forks
    Stihl equipment: Saws; MS261C, MS462C, MS661RCM and Blower; BR600 and Trimmer; FS70R and Hedge Cutter; HL 56K and Pressure Washer; RB400
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff B View Post
    Just relying on my poor memory here but I thought 22 was max?
    The tire will have its maximum inflation pressure and load indicated on the sidewall.

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    Front tires don't have too much of a noticeable effect on ride quality, but too much air will reduce traction. 25ish psi is what you want for loader work (though honestly I keep mine at 18 and never had a problem) but not for say snow removal, even with loader, because there you want as much traction as possible.

    Just make sure those monsters didn't set your rear tire pressure to 30 the way mine did. What a difference that made after I lowered it to 17. Like a whole new tractor.
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    Here it is from the operators manual.


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    1025R FILB, vintage: 2015
    54D MM mowing deck
    Imatch hitch
    2 inch receiver for three point
    "18" cart
    Piranha Tooth Bar
    Ken's hooks and differential lock pedal
    Artillian 36" forks
    Stihl equipment: Saws; MS261C, MS462C, MS661RCM and Blower; BR600 and Trimmer; FS70R and Hedge Cutter; HL 56K and Pressure Washer; RB400
    Husky log splitter

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    1025r manual says 22 max.

    H120 manual says 4 psi above pressure recommended for heavy front mounted equipment. (Gee can they be any clearer)

    Dealer says 25-30. Set it at 28.

    I would think the dealer knows what they are talking about.

    Just wonder what others are setting the pressure at.
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    2016 -- 1025r, turf tires, 54" mower deck, h120 loader, ballast box, 54" snowblower, 54" front blade, 3 bag rear bagger, Imatch, Post Hole Digger, 5' Landscape Rake with wheels, 3 pt rear hitch receiver, rear light, bush guards, OTC cab with wiper and lights.

    Upgraded from a 2001 -- GT235, 48" mowing deck, 3 bag rear bagger, 47" snow plow, dump cart.

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    I keep mine at 22 but the few times I have picked up loads that would barely get off the ground with the fel the tires would be compressed about half way to the rim. The rest of the time with normal bucket loading they are fine.
    1025R FILB, vintage: 2015
    54D MM mowing deck
    Imatch hitch
    2 inch receiver for three point
    "18" cart
    Piranha Tooth Bar
    Ken's hooks and differential lock pedal
    Artillian 36" forks
    Stihl equipment: Saws; MS261C, MS462C, MS661RCM and Blower; BR600 and Trimmer; FS70R and Hedge Cutter; HL 56K and Pressure Washer; RB400
    Husky log splitter

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    My loader manual sez:
    D120 and H120 Loaders
    (Serial No. 000100— )
    Inflating Front Tires

    W11375
    W11375-UN-06OCT88

    Inflate regular tires to pressure recommended for heavy front-mounted equipment.

    Inflate 4-WD tires 27.6 kPa (0.3 bar) (4 psi) above pressure recommended for heavy front-mounted equipment.


    See your tractor Operator’s Manual.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainedad View Post
    Dealer says 25-30. Set it at 28.

    I would think the dealer knows what they are talking about.
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