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    Angry Does anyone have pictures of independent lift plumbing on a 1025R?

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    I opted for the independent lift on my new 1025R, and the plumbing hangs down below the belly about 2-3 inches more than it probably should.

    With the mower deck off, it forms a loop of hard tubing and hydraulic hose that looks to me to be a disaster in the making. Just a huge possibility of something snagging it when operating the tractor in any kind of brushy environment.

    Looking for pictures of the plumbing of other member's tractors that have this option, with the mower deck removed.

    Here is a picture of what mine looks like:

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    The way mine is, ...it seems totally unacceptable to me.

    I realize that the auto-connect linkage will drop down some, but I think if the hard line is bent toward that pivot point with a tubing bender, that would be a non-issue.

    Please post up some pics of yours, if you have this option on your 1 series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTManiac View Post
    I opted for the independent lift on my new 1025R, and the plumbing hangs down below the belly about 2-3 inches more than it probably should.

    The way mine is, ...it seems totally unacceptable to me.
    I don't have a 1-series but that hose routing would be unacceptable in anyone's book for any add-on!
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    I know that hose/line isn't suppose to be like that. I believe it's suppose to be tucked under the floorboard, and I think the floorboard had to be taken off to install it and the hydraulic lift cylinder.

    Did the dealer install that? If so, make them fix it.
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    Routed WAY wrong. Did you get instructions with the kit? If not maybe someone here has theirs or go to your dealer and have them print them for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kylew View Post
    I know that hose/line isn't suppose to be like that. I believe it's suppose to be tucked under the floorboard, and I think the floorboard had to be taken off to install it and the hydraulic lift cylinder.

    Did the dealer install that? If so, make them fix it.
    Yep, dealer installed, on newly delivered tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTManiac View Post
    Yep, dealer installed, on newly delivered tractor.
    I'd be calling them in the morning and make them come and get it. I've never seen a line/hose like that. Like you mentioned, that's an accident waiting to happen.
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    Nope, that is junk. I'd call them and make them try again. Click image for larger version. 

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    That is the pic from the installation manual. Leaves a little to be desired.

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    Here are a few pics of my install. Not sure they are very helpful. Had to shoehorn myself into position in my cramped garage to get these. But you can see there is a clamp to hold the hose in place.

    I can get some more photos tomorrow eve if you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTManiac View Post
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    I opted for the independent lift on my new 1025R, and the plumbing hangs down below the belly about 2-3 inches more than it probably should.

    With the mower deck off, it forms a loop of hard tubing and hydraulic hose that looks to me to be a disaster in the making. Just a huge possibility of something snagging it when operating the tractor in any kind of brushy environment.

    Looking for pictures of the plumbing of other member's tractors that have this option, with the mower deck removed.

    Here is a picture of what mine looks like:

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    The way mine is, ...it seems totally unacceptable to me.

    I realize that the auto-connect linkage will drop down some, but I think if the hard line is bent toward that pivot point with a tubing bender, that would be a non-issue.

    Please post up some pics of yours, if you have this option on your 1 series.
    Yes, that is totally unacceptable. I had the independent lift installed on mine and there is nothing like that hanging down under mine. I don't have any pictures but if you look under from the side as in your picture it is clear underneath. They should never have left it like that as it is just begging to be ripped off.
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    I have the independent lift and mine doesn't look like that. I don't have any pics with the deck off right now, but I never saw any hoses hanging like that.
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