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    H120 Loader question

    This seems to be my first mistake.
    I was looking at the bucket on my new 1025r tractor and noticed it was permanently attached to the loader.
    I thought the H120 loader came standard with a pin on bucket, but it looks like mine didn't.

    I'm going to talk to the dealer this morning because this is not what I wanted and we will see what he can do to get it replaced.
    I hope no one else has the same problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed70 View Post
    This seems to be my first mistake.
    I was looking at the bucket on my new 1025r tractor and noticed it was permanently attached to the loader.
    I thought the H120 loader came standard with a pin on bucket, but it looks like mine didn't.

    I'm going to talk to the dealer this morning because this is not what I wanted and we will see what he can do to get it replaced.
    I hope no one else has the same problem.

    Owners Manual Says? Photo's would help here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed70 View Post
    This seems to be my first mistake.
    I was looking at the bucket on my new 1025r tractor and noticed it was permanently attached to the loader.
    I thought the H120 loader came standard with a pin on bucket, but it looks like mine didn't.

    I'm going to talk to the dealer this morning because this is not what I wanted and we will see what he can do to get it replaced.
    I hope no one else has the same problem.
    Yup, the H120 has two styles of bucket attachment. And you are not the first to get caught in this situation. I think what happens is the buyer goes in to the dealer on how to keep the price down and this option doesn't get discussed in the contract and the dealer orders the cheaper style. Hope it all works out for you, good luck.
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    H120 Loader question

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Yup, the H120 has two styles of bucket attachment. And you are not the first to get caught in this situation. I think what happens is the buyer goes in to the dealer on how to keep the price down and this option doesn't get discussed in the contract and the dealer orders the cheaper style. Hope it all works out for you, good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Yup, the H120 has two styles of bucket attachment. And you are not the first to get caught in this situation. I think what happens is the buyer goes in to the dealer on how to keep the price down and this option doesn't get discussed in the contract and the dealer orders the cheaper style. Hope it all works out for you, good luck.
    Randy is right, we've seen this happen a few times. It costs several hundred dollars for parts to convert a pin on to JDQA, not counting having to replace or modify the bucket.
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    Yep. You aren't the first with this. Undoubtedly, you won't be the last either.

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...ader-help.html

    Some others have been able to work out a deal with their dealer to get the JDQA conversion. It can't hurt for you to try. Good luck!
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    I didn't seen any reference to a loader integrated bucket when I went through the JD on-line build tool. I just checked the quote for the 1025R I have on order and in the H120 loader section it lists the bucket as a separate line item and the description states it is the 53" Quick Change Bucket. So am I OK?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2032Ranger View Post
    Get your money back and start over. You never had a conversation about a set of forks???

    Needed to be repeated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Yup, the H120 has two styles of bucket attachment. And you are not the first to get caught in this situation. I think what happens is the buyer goes in to the dealer on how to keep the price down and this option doesn't get discussed in the contract and the dealer orders the cheaper style. Hope it all works out for you, good luck.
    Agreed!!! I know price is always a consideration, although, when buying a tractor, price is not everything!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray_PA View Post
    Agreed!!! I know price is always a consideration, although, when buying a tractor, price is not everything!!
    And it's not likely most will buy another next year.
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