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    200cx loader on a 1025r

    I have a 200cx loader on my 2305. I was wondering if there was anyway to use the loader on the 1025r?


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    200cx loader on a 1025r

    I'm not aware of any way to do that, at least with factory JD parts. You would have to custom fabricate the tractor frame to loader mounts. I guess It's possible if you modified the loader mounts from the 2305, but don't quote me on it.
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    Doesn't sound like it would be cost effective.
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    I think the new frame is narrower.


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    If you pull it off you'll have curved booms! What's the frame difference between a 2305 and a 1-Series?
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    I don't think it would fit easily either, plus the resale of your 2305 would drop considerably without the loader if your going to sell/trade it.
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    It was just a thought.


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