2025R W/120R FEL/Titan 36" Pallet Forks w/round bale spears/Ken's Bolt on Hooks / 72" moose plow / Kawasaki Mule(The Donkey) 610xc w/ Warn winch
60D Auto Connect w/mulch kit and Gator G6 blades
County Line- 48" Tiller & middle buster
Frontier- BB5048L & DH1066 & RC2060
Homemade cultivator/hiller/chisel plow
Heavy Hitch Tooth Bar
Watch the 2025R on YouTube:
Elk Creek Acres
Looks like someone wants they’re own SSCUT forum. Semi Sub Compact ... They should have called it 1045R or some such. Or does it actually qualify as a 2 series?
1025R, 120R FEL, 60D MMM, Frontier 2060L, Bunch of homemade stuff
It's actually just a much better version of the 1025.
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2019 2025R loader backhoe Frontier fork attachment brush mower back blade. HF Quick hitch with extended hook and 2" receiver added. John Deere ballast box.
2003 L110 mower
I refuse ro have tractor envy! The 2025 is not much bigger. Certainly cant compare to the 2038 (including price). A poor mans MCUT! Im happy to remain a SCUT. There is a lot of activity over here that pertains to the 2025. Besides...you have Tim, Ken, and Sulley so I could never bail on that crew!
I STRONGLY suggest any of you who use the machine for snow removal, whether its blower, blade or pusher or some other means of snow removal, order the John Deere Hydralic fluid dye, which turns the Hydro Fluid Red. When you are doing snow removal, you have all sorts of trailing lines of water and they are often under the tractor, or originating where there could be a hydraulic leak. By adding the red dye, it makes the leaks, should they occur, very easy to see.
I can't tell you after the pin hole leak, which only leaked at VERY HIGH PRESSURE and sprayed Hydro Oil all over the tractor and made quite the mess even ending up on the cab roof, every time I would see a "drip trail" in the snow, it would make me wonder if there was a new leak. Thus far, there hasn't been. But having the fluid bright red, so it looks like a homicide trail, eliminates all doubt whether the trail you see is important or not. Just for clarity, I don't have a lot of experience with homicide blood trails, but that's another story.........
For those interested, the dye is John Deere part number MT3668. It's a small glass jar, wrapped in foam in a box and the jar is about 15% full when you open it. So, when you open the jar, should you use the dye, it should be just a partial jar as the dye is very concentrated. If you haven't cleared snow with your tractor yet, you are going to be surprised how many things drip off the machine due to engine heat, exhaust smoke melting snow, etc. etc. Once you get that leak trail in your mind, its very reassuring to know if its not RED, its not important when you see drips and drops and trails from your tractor in the winter.
1025R with Mauser Cab (10/2017)/ 120R FEL / RC2048 Mower / All of Ken's Bolt on Products / 60" HD Front Broom / 3 pt 45 Gallon Boom less Sprayer / CA2068 Core Aerator / I-Match / 54" Snow Plow w/ angling Quick Attach / Frontier 3 Pt Sprayer / Pallet Forks / 8 -42# Weights
John Deere 455 (New in 9/1996) / MC519 Cart /60" MMM /47" Snow Thrower / 7'3" snow plow / Quick Hitch / 4 -42# Weights / JD#10 CartExMark Lazer Z w/60" Deck , Billy Goat Blower , Full Stable of Echo Products
I couldn't find MT3668 on Green Parts Store or Deere parts for that matter, but Amazon carries it. Interesting how many of the positive reviews on Amazon are from Kubota owners.
Last edited by DanW; 10-31-2019 at 04:48 PM.
"We're all ignorant, just in different subjects." - Will Rogers
2018 1023E w/120R loader & 53" bucket, 60D MMM w/auto PTO coupler & hydraulic lift, Deere 3rd Mid SCV, iMatch 3ph, ballast box, ROPS Light Guard, Deck Dolly, Edge Tamers, Ken's Hooks and diff pedal, Heavy Hitch Toothbar, Frontier AV20F Grapple, HLA HD0942 pallet forks, Grammer MSG85/721 Suspension Seat, Front Quick Hitch w/Hydraulic angle, Deere 60" QH Blade
It is what it is
Knowledge is power, ignorance is bliss
2520 w/200CX w/62D2
2018 1025R, 120R FEL, 260B BH
BXpanded Barracuda thumb, Quick-on connector, Ripper, Trench bucket, Piranha tooth bar
iMatch 3pt. Quick Hitch
JD 54 inch Quick Hitch Snow Blade
Frontier AP10F Pallet Forks
Frontier PHD-100 Post Hole Digger
Frontier LR2060L Landscape Rake
JD Ballast Box
Titan BX42 Wood Chipper
Heavy Hitch Receiver and Suitcase Weight Bracket, Front bracket
Lots of stuff from Ken's Bolt on Hooks
1026R -- 60D mmm -- H120 Loader -- Curtis 150 Tiller -- DR 3 point Chipper -- Howse Middle Buster -- Brinly 16 Blade Disk -- Kodiak 5' Box Blade -- 12-42 lb. suitcase weights -- Lawn roller -- Upgraded seat springs from psrumors -- Kennyd's bolt on hooks & clevis -- BXpanded tooth bar -- CMI 6' wagon -- Heavy Hitch Cultivator /garden bedder / hiller attachments --
Donated by some great people/vendors on here: 72 lb. wheel weights -- Bro-Tek 1˝" rear wheel spacers.
NRA Life Member
Levi,,, nice looking job,
I thought our property was steep,,,NOPE yours is STEEP .
Some of the area I mow in Morgantown is close to being that steep, but thankfully maybe 12-25' in height.
I may have to find my blade and start using it instead of saw blade I've used .
Have fun and be safe !!!
USAR 8yr 8 mo SSG 99th ARCOM
JD 1025R, H120 FEL 54" bucket, 54" mmm Auto Conn, 54" Front blade, JD back hoe ,JD IMatch, 48" Bush Hog tiller, Middlebuster from MF dealer, used King Kutter 5' rear blade, a new 47" JD Front blower and Original Tractor cab w/heater.
We have a Red Honda Pioneer 700-4 (4 seater) w/soft top , doors, and winch.