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    JD 1025R steering wheel

    Hello Everyone!

    Getting my new 1025R tomorrow. Front end loader and 60" deck.

    I already ordered the upgraded seat springs and plan to jumper the RIO as soon as I get it.

    I was wondering if anyone has installed an aftermarket steering wheel on their tractor. Like maybe one from a Gator, carbon fiber look. I like a thick steering wheel. I cant find anyone that has done this.

    Thanks,
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    JD 1025R steering wheel



    You may not want to do that. The steering on these tractors are of a full hydraulic kind. There is no mechanical linkage coupled directly to the front wheels. This means the steering wheel won't come back to its original spot. A lot of members here have spinners on their steering wheels and it's never in the same spot. You get used to it pretty quick though.
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    That steering wheel would look cool though....But as Diesel said,,,,, I have a spinner and it is all over the place.
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    Thanks Guys!

    Did not know this. Oh well!! I just cant wait to get caught up on my mowing this weekend since my 20yr old riding lawn mower died 3 or 4 weeks ago. Surprised it lasted as long as it did.

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    Thanks Gizmo,

    Being a Harley Guy I just cant leave well enough alone. But I can see this toy getting a lot more expensive than the Harley!!!
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