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    Bolt Sizes

    I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me find the following bolt sizes for my 1025r

    The wheel bolts
    The bolt that attaches the 3 bushel bagger to the hitch plate

    The dealer was unable to help, I could not find it on JD part and I don't have anything with enough precision to measure.

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    Are you looking for the bolt diameter, thread pitch, and length? Or the size wrench/socket that fits them?

    Here is the rear wheel bolts:
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    When JDP does not list the details in the regular parts breakdown, copy the part number then go to the JDP home page (you must be logged in) and paste the part number here:
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    I also think you can do it from your shopping cart as well. If you still need help post the part numbers please, I really have no clue what bolts you mean on the bagger.
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    Thanks Kenny

    I am not sure how my dealer was not able to find this when with minimal knowledge and your help I was able to track down the info (I think). I was looking for the wrench size and think I got it. 19mm for the wheels and 30mm for the hopper bolt.

    For some reason when I searched the model numbers I had I was not able to find it, but I eventually stumbled on this. 27 and 29 where the bolts I was referencing assuming I found the right hopper system.

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    Thanks for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by davisj4 View Post
    Thanks Kenny

    I am not sure how my dealer was not able to find this when with minimal knowledge and your help I was able to track down the info (I think). I was looking for the wrench size and think I got it. 19mm for the wheels and 30mm for the hopper bolt.

    For some reason when I searched the model numbers I had I was not able to find it, but I eventually stumbled on this. 27 and 29 where the bolts I was referencing assuming I found the right hopper system.

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    Thanks for the help
    Over the years I've seen some of the parts personal , can find anything and everything just in a matter of minutes. Go back to the same dealer next day , a different person working the counter and has no clue .
    I have learned through this site with Kennyd and others for a lot of great info .
    When I find a parts person that knows what he is doing I start asking questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etcallhome View Post
    Over the years I've seen some of the parts personal , can find anything and everything just in a matter of minutes. Go back to the same dealer next day , a different person working the counter and has no clue .
    I have learned through this site with Kennyd and others for a lot of great info .
    When I find a parts person that knows what he is doing I start asking questions.
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    The bolts are metric? I would have thought standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabic View Post
    The bolts are metric? I would have thought standard.
    Nope, Metric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabic View Post
    The bolts are metric? I would have thought standard.
    Page kennyd posted shows, English,,,,Not metric.. I knew the size this past summer when I was getting my wheel spacers, won't say now.
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    19mm is less than 2 thou under 3/4" (.74803 vs .750)

    30mm is close to 1 3/16 but difference is bigger, a little more than 6 thou (1.1811 vs 1.1875)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabic View Post
    19mm is less than 2 thou under 3/4" (.74803 vs .750)

    30mm is close to 1 3/16 but difference is bigger, a little more than 6 thou (1.1811 vs 1.1875)
    Too much math! Now I know why so many people break out the Standard/Metric Adjustable Wrench (aka Crescent).
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