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    1 Series Length

    Does anyone know the length of a 1 Series with front snowblower and rear receiver hitch and suitcase weight bracket?

    A forward thanks!

    Rico

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    A rough guess is 8 1/2 feet. My 1023E fits nice in front of my wife's car in 2 car garage. I can back in form the other side of the garage with my 4 wheel drive truck out. It takes up about 8 1/2 feet as I said but maneuvers has a big swing at the front of the blower so I gotta be "watching" as I back in. It would be more is ya leave the 3 point setup attached. I don't have any hitch attached nor any weights, just have not needed anything.
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    My 1025 is just under 15' long with FEL and rear blower. So you should be well under that.
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    From the back of my ballast box(on the ground) to the front of my snowblower it is 13 feet 8 inches.
    2011 John Deere 1026R
    H120 FEL with 53 inch bucket
    60D Auto-Connect mower deck
    54 inch snowblower
    647 tiller
    i-match
    Heavy Hitch
    TuffTop
    Ken's bolt on hooks
    ballast box
    wheel weights
    steering wheel spinner knob

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    Thank you everyone, your info is much appreciated!

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