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    Looks like the bracket is bent too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwizz View Post
    Commenced splitting next years supply of fire wood, with the help of my son and a handy boom I made for the loader.

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    Yesterday I did a little bit of maintenance. I’m at around 165 hours, so I am a little ahead of the hourly schedule. I changed the front axle fluid, which I had not done before. Total PITA. The vent screw on one side was stripped, so I was not able to vent it well when I added the new oil. Spilled a fair amount of it when it burped. What a crap-tasting design using those set screws for the vent plugs.
    Also changed the hydraulic oil. That was much easier.
    Greased all the tractor fittings, but I still really hate that front one.

    Oh, and it was either 5 or 6 times that I smacked my head on the roll bar. Needed several beers to recover from that.
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    I found the max on my loader today. I unloaded a pallet of mulch from my truck today. It was 30 bags, so about 1200 lbs. I was able to get it up enough to "drag" out of the truck. When it let go, the tractor swayed front and back pretty good. I could tell it was pretty stressed, so I dropped it to the ground quick. I wasn't able to get it back off the ground, but I was able to drag over to the barn and then split it between 2 pallets. I had 8 jd suitcase weights and 6 50lb suitcase weights. I haven't made a proper bracket for the 6 50 pounders, so I just put them on my cargo rack. Worked ok, but they wanted to slide out the side. Loaded tires and wheel weights. The rear didn't lift.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sld961 View Post
    I found the max on my loader today. I unloaded a pallet of mulch from my truck today. It was 30 bags, so about 1200 lbs. I was able to get it up enough to "drag" out of the truck. When it let go, the tractor swayed front and back pretty good. I could tell it was pretty stressed, so I dropped it to the ground quick. I wasn't able to get it back off the ground, but I was able to drag over to the barn and then split it between 2 pallets. I had 8 jd suitcase weights and 6 50lb suitcase weights. I haven't made a proper bracket for the 6 50 pounders, so I just put them on my cargo rack. Worked ok, but they wanted to slide out the side. Loaded tires and wheel weights. The rear didn't lift.
    Turning your weights towards the back may have helped some too, more leverage that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Turning your weights towards the back may have helped some too, more leverage that way.
    Right. I usually keep them turned in, because my one weight bracket needs the extra space back there. It looks like I'd have room with the cargo rack, but with the 300 lbs back so far it was ok. I'll make my proper bracket for the round weights so I can have the jd weights flipped back.

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    Ready to mow

    I got my new deck assembled, new offset mower assembled.
    Both leveled and adjusted.
    Had to try them out on the parts of the yard that have grown a little.
    The inspector says they work good.
    This setup should cut a lot of time off my 3.5 hr mowing time with just the tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LT_JD View Post
    I got my new deck assembled, new offset mower assembled.
    Both leveled and adjusted.
    Had to try them out on the parts of the yard that have grown a little.
    The inspector says they work good.
    This setup should cut a lot of time off my 3.5 hr mowing time with just the tractor.
    Is this your first year using the pull behind? I've always wanted one to not just cut down on my time but to make some spots easier and safer to mow.
    What is that you have hanging on the front end of the tractor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    Is this your first year using the pull behind? I've always wanted one to not just cut down on my time but to make some spots easier and safer to mow.
    What is that you have hanging on the front end of the tractor?
    First year. When I took the picture it was the first time I pulled it.

    It's a JD weight bracket. Most of the time it's just there for a bumper, although I hang iron with the tiller and box blade.
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    gravel road repair after a long winter and spring

    My new JD 1025R is wonderful!!!

    It is very quick when working gravel and dirt. Repairing the ruts that were formed in the mud.

    Love it.

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