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Hey everyone, just joined the forum! I work at a JD Dealership in N.D. I ordered myself a 1026R 60" autoconnect ant a 655 Tiller. It is not all set up yet but I have been messing around with another one we have at the store. Seems to be a stout little tractor and I love all the features. I planted 640 trees this summer so the tiller will be handy for that.
 

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Enjoy your new 1026R and keep us posted on how you like it.:thumbup1gif:
 

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Welcome to DT,and do indeed post your comments about the new model.

Greg
 

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Nice!

Please tell me about those hydro couplers on the rear? Are they a rear kit that just Tee's off the front ones for the loader? What is your plans for them?
 

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The don't tee off them (unfortunately), they QD directly to them. You can see it in the side shot showing the SCV and QD's. It's a great system if you don't want/need the loader attached.... I wish the tee'd it, I especially wish they had an electric diverter for that tee.
 

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Nice!

Please tell me about those hydro couplers on the rear? Are they a rear kit that just Tee's off the front ones for the loader? What is your plans for them?
The reason for the rear hydralic kit is so I can raise and lower my deck with the tiller on. Also I may need them remotes for a 3-pt snow blower then I will have chute rotation and deflector control on my joystick.Thanks for all the reply's guy's.
 

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All that going on and you chose a user name of 'bored' :unknown:...

I'm thinkin' more like "grinning_n_busy" :thumbup1gif:.

Congrats!

Pete
 
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