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    Front Dethatcher for 1025R

    Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone has rigged up a front mount dethatcher for their tractor? I had one on my X728 but I can't have both the front quick hitch and mower on at the same time.

    Thanks for any help.

    Adam
    2019 2025R, H120 Loader, 260b Backhoe, 47 QH Snow BLower, EL23 Kuhn Tiller, I-match, Heavy Hitch and misc. attachments

    2016 X758, 54" HC mower, Quick Hitch, 60" blade, 3 pt hitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamq View Post
    Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone has rigged up a front mount dethatcher for their tractor? I had one on my X728 but I can't have both the front quick hitch and mower on at the same time.

    Thanks for any help.

    Adam
    Not sure if you are looking to buy or build, but I've contacted the folks at CMP Z-Turn Dethatcher HD and they have a dethatcher that can fit the 1025r. I believe Derek is the gentleman's name that builds them. I have no financial interest in the company, just the only one I found that states they can fit a front mount dethatcher to a 1025r.
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    I unfortunately forget his user name. But there is someone on this forum that has a front mounted dethatcher that he made work. So hopefully someone will remember.

    If I remember correctly it is the same guy that has the silver hub cabs. Hopefully that will jog someones memory.
    Last edited by Sawdust; 04-29-2014 at 09:51 PM.

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    Not the one I was thinking of, but here is one solution

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...nd-loader.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawdust View Post
    I unfortunately forget his user name. But there is someone on this forum that has a front mounted dethatcher that he made work. So hopefully someone will remember.

    If I remember correctly it is the same guy that has the silver hub cabs. Hopefully that will jog someones memory.
    I seem to remember a guy bought a Jrco front mount dethatcher meant for a Kubota BX series and modified it to fit a John Deere 2305.

    **Edit: Found the 2305 with the Jrco. It's on MTF however. "I googled Jrco dethatcher John Deere 2305"
    Last edited by cheesetrain; 04-29-2014 at 10:05 PM.

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