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    Considering 1025R TLB

    I am considering to purchase 1025R TLB and front snow blower. I have a couple questions.
    1. Can the front snow blower attach to the front loader quick connect? Or it has its own setup/attach point.
    2. Can it attach front snow blower without removing front loader arms? Just remove the bucket and raise the front loader arms to clear the front snow blower.
    3. Can the front snow blower attachment unit underneath the front bumper be left intact while attach the front loader?
    4. Does 1025r have a factory cab option? Will it interfere with backhoe?

    Thank you for your helps.
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    The blower attaches by means of a front quick hitch. and is powered by a long shaft to the mid pto. Has far has loader arms why not take the H120 off it's quick and easy to do.

    the 1025R has a new factory cab but I haven't heard if it works with the backhoe. Its a brand new option the dealer could better answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    I am considering to purchase 1025R TLB and front snow blower. I have a couple questions.
    1. Can the front snow blower attach to the front loader quick connect? Or it has its own setup/attach point.
    2. Can it attach front snow blower without removing front loader arms? Just remove the bucket and raise the front loader arms to clear the front snow blower.
    3. Can the front snow blower attachment unit underneath the front bumper be left intact while attach the front loader?
    4. Does 1025r have a factory cab option? Will it interfere with backhoe?

    Thank you for your helps.
    1. Snow blower, no.
    A blade can be attached to JDQA.

    2. I think the loader arms need to be removed for sure.
    It attaches to a quick attach frame that bolts on front.

    3. Yes, i believe part of the frame is left on tractor.

    4. They just came out with a beautiful factory cab option this year but unfortunately it is not compatible with backhoe.
    Although there are after market cabs from Curtis and Tektite that are compatible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    1. Can the front snow blower attach to the front loader quick connect? Or it has its own setup/attach point.
    No, it has its own setup.

    2. Can it attach front snow blower without removing front loader arms? Just remove the bucket and raise the front loader arms to clear the front snow blower.
    No, but the loader takes less than a minute to remove and hardly more than a minute to put back on.

    3. Can the front snow blower attachment unit underneath the front bumper be left intact while attach the front loader?
    No.

    4. Does 1025r have a factory cab option? Will it interfere with backhoe?
    Yes and yes. You can't have the back hoe with the factory cab (or so I believe).

    I don't know of any compact tractor that lets you use a front snowblower with the loader attached. Blade yes, snowblower no. It might be out there, but I've never seen it.

    If you want to use a loader and a blower, you have to use a rear blower.
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    The quality of cut

    Thank you your responds.

    I have another question regarding the quality of cut of mower deck. If you compare the cut quality between 1025R mower deck and ZTRAK. which one is better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifterbike View Post
    The blower attaches by means of a front quick hitch. and is powered by a long shaft to the mid pto. Has far has loader arms why not take the H120 off it's quick and easy to do.

    the 1025R has a new factory cab but I haven't heard if it works with the backhoe. Its a brand new option the dealer could better answer.
    Do I have to remove mower deck as well to be able to attach front snow blower since both will use mid pto? I know it is not hard to remove the mower deck. However, front quick hitch might a little of a pain to install and remove it. I don't own the tractor yet but I watched YouTube videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    Do I have to remove mower deck as well to be able to attach front snow blower since both will use mid pto? I know it is not hard to remove the mower deck. However, front quick hitch might a little of a pain to install and remove it. I don't own the tractor yet but I watched YouTube videos.
    The quick attach support bracket stays on the tractor, everything else just goes in place. You planing on removing snow and mowing at the same time


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    If you're going to own a tractor, any tractor, you have to get used to the idea of removing and attaching implements. I know it seems intimidating when you don't have any experience, but it's actually easy and fun. Especially with the 1025r, which is very well engineered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    Thank you your responds.

    I have another question regarding the quality of cut of mower deck. If you compare the cut quality between 1025R mower deck and ZTRAK. which one is better?
    I think you will find the ztrak to have a better cut. The advantage to the 1025r is the ability to 'transform' easily for many different types of tasks.

    As another poster mentioned, you need to embrace switching from attachment to attachment to fully appreciate the flexibility this tractor can provide.

    We have lots of videos showing how to switch to and from different attachments on our YouTube channel.

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