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    1025R Air Filter issue

    Bought my 1025R in 2015, but I believe it's a 2014 model. in any case the air filter bracket is heavier (see pics) than the ones that are breaking. Noticed a strange noise last time I mowed and found the bracket to be loose. Cannot see any damage and I plan to take the bracket off tomorrow to check for damage under it before retightening and using it. Went to see my dealer this afternoon and they looked it up and said that they were doing the upgrades under warranty but that mine didn't fall under it. Showed them (service desk and tech) my pics/video. The tech discussed it with us and said that they should do a DTAC to see what John Deere says because in his opinion it poses the same potential for damage to the valve cover. Will keep you updated.
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    Save your time and heart ache. Forget about the dealer. Go on the web, green farmparts and others and order the replacement parts. Inexpensive easy install and your done. Not worth tractor damage to save $100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    Save your time and heart ache. Forget about the dealer. Go on the web, green farmparts and others and order the replacement parts. Inexpensive easy install and your done. Not worth tractor damage to save $100
    Thanks! I will absolutely be doing that if they decide not to do it under warranty. Just wanted to see what they determined and let other folks know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcamp99186 View Post
    Thanks! I will absolutely be doing that if they decide not to do it under warranty. Just wanted to see what they determined and let other folks know.
    I had the same bracket on mine. Nuts started coming loose. Dealer said ours are not covered under the bulletin.
    I ordered all the upgraded radiator panel supported parts and did it myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue87fj60 View Post
    I had the same bracket on mine. Nuts started coming loose. Dealer said ours are not covered under the bulletin.
    I ordered all the upgraded radiator panel supported parts and did it myself.

    Same here, $150 now or a whole ton later if something breaks...
    Should I have had to pay to do it, no, probably not... Did I lose sleep over having to buy parts and do it myself... no
    Compared to the cost of another engine, the cost to update air filter design is cheap!!
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    I say bullchit to all of it.
    150 bucks ain't inexpensive to everbody.
    If it's a poor design and they know it, they need to stand up and be responsible to take care of any damages, to any machine with same design.

    What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corkpuller View Post
    I say bullchit to all of it.
    150 bucks ain't inexpensive to everbody.
    If it's a poor design and they know it, they need to stand up and be responsible to take care of any damages, to any machine with same design.

    What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
    I think what some people are saying is, is it worth the time an effort to get it to the dealer to have it done as opposed to buying it yourself and installing it. One guy said the dealer would come to his house but it would be a $100 service call. Or in my case, I would have to haul the tractor a 100 mile round trip costing me gas and time. Even more if I have to leave it there. So free all of a sudden isn't so free. I won't be going to the dealer for repair work unless it's cost effective or I can't do the work.
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    Nothing broken

    Took the air cleaner off today and the valve cover is not broken. I am waiting to hear from my dealer.

    Last time I had warranty service done, they came to me...no charge. If I have to take it in, that is no problem. I really doubt they will cover this and I am prepared to replace it on my own as several of you have. You are right, it is cheap insurance.

    Thanks to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylh View Post
    I think what some people are saying is, is it worth the time an effort to get it to the dealer to have it done as opposed to buying it yourself and installing it. One guy said the dealer would come to his house but it would be a $100 service call. Or in my case, I would have to haul the tractor a 100 mile round trip costing me gas and time. Even more if I have to leave it there. So free all of a sudden isn't so free. I won't be going to the dealer for repair work unless it's cost effective or I can't do the work.
    I don't disagree with your way of thinking.

    My comments have nothing to do with taking it to the dealer, them coming to me, or who does the work to remedy the known existing problem.

    My comments are about right and wrong.
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    There is already an extensive discussion going on about this. Enjoy

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