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    Air Cleaner Bracket Replacement

    My air cleaner bracket broke. I'm finally getting around to fixing it.

    I've heard of several of these failing. It appears the replacement is much thicker/stronger. If you have a 2016 or older 1-series, you might want to take a look at yours.

    Anyway, easy fix. Video is only a few minutes long. Enjoy.

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    Great info Tim,but let's not kid ourselves your just hard on equipment.
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    Had a strap like that on my 2210 I had. My 1026 doesn't have that now and I'm glad. Great video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Great info Tim,but let's not kid ourselves your just hard on equipment.
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    Heard that a couple of times recently. Maybe I do use my equipment too hard, I dunno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractor Tim View Post
    Heard that a couple of times recently. Maybe I do use my equipment too hard, I dunno.
    I don't think you use it to hard, you use it. It's a tractor not a Tonka toy. You're not like TonyCamp on YouTube that does things like pulling against a vehicle and jumping his.


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    I have a 2017 1025R and it appears my tractor has a heavier bracket. Perhaps they fixed the issue in production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortstuff View Post
    I have a 2017 1025R and it appears my tractor has a heavier bracket. Perhaps they fixed the issue in production.

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    Yes. 2016 and later models have the thicker bracket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractor Tim View Post
    Yes. 2016 and later models have the thicker bracket.
    Thanks for the info and video on the bracket Tim.
    I haven’t checked mine yet but I am hoping it has the upgraded bracket.


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