I'm looking for some advice on moving dirt around using my 1025r. I don't have filled tyres or wheel weights, but I have the standard JD ballast box which I've got filled with concrete blend, so its quite heavy. I run the stock pressures in the non turf tyres.
Anyway, after having the backhoe fitted, I get a bit nervous now as the seat is higher, particularly when I'm travelling over uneven terrain, as the tractor leans a bit going around the paddock.
At the moment I'm moving a lot of dirt, so with the ballast box attached, I've been getting around with the loader bucket low to the ground, and the ballast box as low as I can as well. That said, I'm wondering if that is the best way to go? is it better to have the bucket and ballast box up higher, or is as low as possible the best way to go? That makes more sense to me, but I thought I'd ask.
Thanks very much.