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    Grease zerk size

    1025R & 120R loader

    Are the zerks standard 1/8 NPT, or metric?

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    Last edited by Corkpuller; 11-11-2019 at 11:09 AM.
    2014 1025R, 120R loader

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corkpuller View Post
    1025R & 120R loader

    Are the zerks standard 1/8 NPT, or metric?

    Thread size?

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    You would almost need to go through the parts list and look up various zerks to see what they are. I believe some of the zerks on the loader are 1/4-28. The parts list does not break down the zerks on the drive shaft so you would have to remove those to determine what they are. Some zerks may also be the press-in kind.

    My recommendation is to get yourself a box of assorted SAE zerks and a box of assorted metric zerks. You will be amazed at how often you need one and it's easier to match the old one to a new one.

    Deere even sells a 21-pc. box of assorted zerks of each type. They cost less than $10 a box.
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    Thank you sir.

    Kinda what I expected, but not what I was hoping for!!
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    2014 1025R, 120R loader

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