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    so want to find a bh260 for my 1025r

    I am looking for a bh for 1025r. I know most don't sell them but maybe something is done with theres or moved on or up and cant take it with you them.

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    You may want to check MachineFinder and some of the other sites that specialize in used equipment sales.
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    They don't come up often but there is one on the Facebook Marketplace in Plainville, CT. That's a little bit of a hike for you but doable...

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...28216697874770
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    Thanks for the leads

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    I will check them out and hopefully with your help I will correct my big mistake of not getting one when I got my tractor lol
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    2017 1025R with turf tires
    H120 FEL with 53" Bucket Quick Change
    54" Autoconnect Mower, mulch kit and hyd mower lift
    54" Quick-Hitch Two Stage Snow Blower Hyd Rotator with Remote Spout Cap kit
    Ballast box with tubes
    IMatch
    Engine blanket
    LED lights
    Ken's Bolt on Hooks and rear hitch
    Country Time/Tarter 48" Tiller
    Titan carriage & 42" forks




    PS Everyone knows what a 1025R looks like so my Avatar is a picture of my two girls!!!

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    Just a caution, I think I read somewhere (on GTT) that the 260B BH (like the ones advertised) may or may not fit some of the older 1025's and vice versa. I think there is a serial number break for the change. Depending on your tractor, you may have to look for a 260 instead of a 260B.

    And, I did not see mention of whether the subframes were included in the ads listed, nor whether the power beyond was included. Extra expense which may or may not make it economical.

    Good luck in your search.
    Just my 2 cents.
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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomfive View Post
    Just a caution, I think I read somewhere (on GTT) that the 260B BH (like the ones advertised) may or may not fit some of the older 1025's and vice versa. I think there is a serial number break for the change. Depending on your tractor, you may have to look for a 260 instead of a 260B.

    And, I did not see mention of whether the subframes were included in the ads listed, nor whether the power beyond was included. Extra expense which may or may not make it economical.

    Good luck in your search.
    Just my 2 cents.
    Thanks for the additional information. I ad the power byond installed when I got mine just in case. I do need to ask about the subframe but I think the 260b is what I need for my 2017 1025r but will check out the serial number too!
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    2017 1025R with turf tires
    H120 FEL with 53" Bucket Quick Change
    54" Autoconnect Mower, mulch kit and hyd mower lift
    54" Quick-Hitch Two Stage Snow Blower Hyd Rotator with Remote Spout Cap kit
    Ballast box with tubes
    IMatch
    Engine blanket
    LED lights
    Ken's Bolt on Hooks and rear hitch
    Country Time/Tarter 48" Tiller
    Titan carriage & 42" forks




    PS Everyone knows what a 1025R looks like so my Avatar is a picture of my two girls!!!

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    Good info here. Mine is a February 2017 build so I require old style 260”a” bh. I couldn’t afford the tlb package but man I wish I bought it !


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    yep need a bh260 as they changed the design

    Quote Originally Posted by PickupMan View Post
    Good info here. Mine is a February 2017 build so I require old style 260”a” bh. I couldn’t afford the tlb package but man I wish I bought it !


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    1025R made after July requires the bh260b... so I now know I need a bh260!
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    2017 1025R with turf tires
    H120 FEL with 53" Bucket Quick Change
    54" Autoconnect Mower, mulch kit and hyd mower lift
    54" Quick-Hitch Two Stage Snow Blower Hyd Rotator with Remote Spout Cap kit
    Ballast box with tubes
    IMatch
    Engine blanket
    LED lights
    Ken's Bolt on Hooks and rear hitch
    Country Time/Tarter 48" Tiller
    Titan carriage & 42" forks




    PS Everyone knows what a 1025R looks like so my Avatar is a picture of my two girls!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by USAFRet View Post
    1025R made after July requires the bh260b... so I now know I need a bh260!
    I'd still be on the cautious side about serial number vs build date. Just in my experience, manufacturers like JD usually document changes by serial numbers AND build date. Since you are close to the change-over date, it wouldn't hurt to confirm both. If you can't find it online, then try checking with your dealer.

    It could save you a bit of heartache going down the road.

    Just my 2 cents.
    Tom

    2011 1026R/R4's -- H120 FEL/49" -- 260 BH/12" -- Bro-Tek Ripper -- Artillian Forks/42" -- 244 lbs JD Rear Wheel Weights -- KBOH Hooks and Clevis' --
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