I have a 1025R that is 3 1/2 years old. 140 hours. Nearly all that time there would be a quarter size drop of anti-freeze coolant on my floor in between uses. Of course I insured the level was perfect on the cold line in the tank, but it still dripped. I also tightened all hoses. No cracks/holes in the tank or the rubber drain line. This style tank had a snap on lid with the drain hose connected to the cap. Took it off and cleaned the tank, cap and hose. All to no use. It still drips. Not every day but within a week I would get this quarter size drop. Normally I would not worry about it too much except I have 2 cats that will die if they drink this stuff. Now, JD has come out with a new modified tank and cap.$75 for both. Fits right on in place of the old one. Filled it correctly also. It drips worse than the original. Looking at the end of the rubber hose you can see the green fluid ready to drip. This is directly over the front axle. to drop Now several quarter size drops after every use. This new one has the drain hose on the tank and not the cap. Deere shop manager and parts are both puzzled. When hot the level rises about one quarter inch in the new one and goes back down when cold. What is happening is this: when hot, the fluid expands as it should. Condensation happens and collects on the top of the container on the underside and this then flows out the rubber hose as it should. If the level is correct as it is, then the fluid should not overflow from the condensation. Has anybody experienced this and their solution please? Thanks to everyone that can help.