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    1025R 3 point hitch drop speed has no adjustment

    I was wondering if anyone else was having this problem. Thank you custom search, I almost started a new topic.

    My adjustment is in the category of so minute that it is either off or it is just fractionally cracked open. Dealer says it is completely normal, my argument then is if JD designed it this way why does it need a valve that can be opened by five turns?

    Seems to be a huge disconnect between JD corporate and local service center/dealers on warranty versus non-warranty coverage. Anyway to add a restriction valve o the bleed down so that it can slow the descent? Perhaps it is a 1/2" line and we could reduce it to a 1/4" fitting or something that could cause the knob to operate better?
    2014 John Deere 1025R, 54D MMM, H120 Loader, 647 Rotary Tiller (purchased new from dealer April 2014)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD7CAO View Post
    I was wondering if anyone else was having this problem. Thank you custom search, I almost started a new topic.

    My adjustment is in the category of so minute that it is either off or it is just fractionally cracked open. Dealer says it is completely normal, my argument then is if JD designed it this way why does it need a valve that can be opened by five turns?

    Seems to be a huge disconnect between JD corporate and local service center/dealers on warranty versus non-warranty coverage. Anyway to add a restriction valve o the bleed down so that it can slow the descent? Perhaps it is a 1/2" line and we could reduce it to a 1/4" fitting or something that could cause the knob to operate better?
    I am not sure I understand the question. But I will say the rate of drop is in direct relation to the amount of weight on the 3pt hitch. The valve setting (speed of drop) will not be the same for all weight with the same valve setting.
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    For me it doesn't matter if it is a box blade or my tiller. The speed is either none or full just bang drop dead fast. I usually just very slowly move my lever rather than relying on that thing.
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    KD7CAO, What tractor do you have having the problem, not that it matters. IMO, the operation/functionality is dead wrong and not normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    KD7CAO, What tractor do you have having the problem, not that it matters. IMO, the operation/functionality is dead wrong and not normal.
    I agree. KD7CAO, would you start a new thread? Let's see if we can't get this figured out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I agree. KD7CAO, would you start a new thread? Let's see if we can't get this figured out.
    Good idea. When YOU do it move the posts associated with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I agree. KD7CAO, would you start a new thread? Let's see if we can't get this figured out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Good idea. When YOU do it move the posts associated with it.
    I did, thank you... But I was trying encourage members that it's ok to start a new thread when they can't find a thread that relates to their issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I did, thank you... But I was trying encourage members that it's ok to start a new thread when they can't find a thread that relates to their issue.
    Lets stay on topic here.
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    You know moving the thread made it very difficult for me to find in Tapatalk. Had to wait till I got to work, besides it is related to the OP question on the previous thread.

    I have a 2014 JD 1025r for a tractor (same as in my sig line).

    I am really wondering if an orifice or restrictor of some kind could be put in the line around the RoDK. (How do you like that? A new acronym: Rate of Drop Knob.)

    I had thought about a gear reduction but realized that would be far more complicated than just restricting the flow more. I could be totally wrong here, I am nearing my 50 hours first service and am installing a Power Beyond Kit at the same time, so I may have the opportunity to inspect this a little bit at that time. I need to see a Hydraulics flow chart though too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I agree. KD7CAO, would you start a new thread? Let's see if we can't get this figured out.
    I have a 1025r not the older 1026r
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