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    Post 1025r Fluids and Filters - The Part Numbers In One Convenient Document

    If you are anything like me you have been scrounging around the web, crawling through old posts on this and other forums trying to find a definitive list of parts to use for your John Deere 1025r. Today I had a little down time at work and was frankly sick of trying to find the information every time I had the inkling to research prices. So rather than continue the frustration I have created what I hope will be the definitive guide for the more important user replaceable parts.

    You might be wondering why I would go ahead and list the larger quantities of fluids, but the reason comes down to this: If a dealer only has the bulk on hand and a person wants to purchase from the bulk bin, it would be really nice to know what part number that bulk container should have on it. If it doesn't match, I am not buying.
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    Very good info to have. Here is a thread that can take you the next step further. Hope you find it of value. Just take my excel spread sheet and use it as a template. I not only do it for my tractors, attachments, and cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Very good info to have. Here is a thread that can take you the next step further. Hope you find it of value. Just take my excel spread sheet and use it as a template. I not only do it for my tractors, attachments, and cars.

    Maintenance Log
    Nice spreadsheet, I use similar but it is in an access database. Although, with this I could use it on my iOS devices too. Hmmmm.... Now I may be exporting my log. I also have a Write-in-the-Rain steno pad along with a Fisher Space Pen I keep in the tool box on the tractor. I started getting really detailed and showed hours and date used, what activity I was doing, etc... Dog must have thought I was being to detailed because she ate my pad. Now I don't know anymore.
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    Thanks for the fluid chart + capacities!! Just stapled a copy into my manual. And thanks for putting it in PDF as I don't got no XL's in my computer machine. (I have the old single glazed wood Windows system.)
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    Good thread. I'm going to copy this over to the tech library.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KD7CAO View Post
    If you are anything like me you have been scrounging around the web, crawling through old posts on this and other forums trying to find a definitive list of parts to use for your John Deere 1025r. Today I had a little down time at work and was frankly sick of trying to find the information every time I had the inkling to research prices. So rather than continue the frustration I have created what I hope will be the definitive guide for the more important user replaceable parts.

    You might be wondering why I would go ahead and list the larger quantities of fluids, but the reason comes down to this: If a dealer only has the bulk on hand and a person wants to purchase from the bulk bin, it would be really nice to know what part number that bulk container should have on it. If it doesn't match, I am not buying.
    Excellent. THANKS a bunch!!!
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    Awesome, thanks. I'd actually just started doing something a little bit similar but it was so I could compare the required lubricants on my tractor to my mower deck/loader/snow blower...

    I personally keep my maintenance logs as Google docs pinned on my phone. I've found it much more convenient that way, access from any where (including the auto-parts/John Deere store). Time to upload this to my drive account...
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    Break-in oil for engine?

    I remember a while back a thread that quoted the 1025R technical manual. It said that a special break-in oil was required for the engine if the oil was changed before 100 hours (as I remember).

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    Quote Originally Posted by keane View Post
    I remember a while back a thread that quoted the 1025R technical manual. It said that a special break-in oil was required for the engine if the oil was changed before 100 hours (as I remember).
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    Here are the 2305 and 2520 charts from Deere

    I ran across these directly from Deere for the 2305 and 2520.
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    2009 - 2305 w/62 MMM **** 2008 - 2520 w/72 MMM **** 200CX w/49 bucket
    Weight Box w/extension ***** LandPride RTR 1558 Tiller ******* 54 Snow blower
    60 Gallon Demco Sprayer *** 60 Broom ** BB2060 Box Blade**SS2036B Spreader
    Everything Attachments ETA-PluggerV2-60 Aerator

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