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Hope everyone is doing well! Been a member of this forum for some time and hoping our community can provide some insight on new Deere Hydrostatic Pedals.

I have just received delivery of my new 2025R (very excited and put 2 hours on it over the weekend)! I've noted doing some "necessary" reorganization of the garage with the forks on the loader that the forward travel pedal does not quickly return back to "neutral" when you let your foot off. If you release your foot from the pedal it takes about 2 or 3 seconds for the pedal to return back to the neural position stopping forward motion of the machine.

Is this normal that the forward pedal is a bit sluggish to return to the neutral detent stopping motion? Mind you, my 655 will give you whiplash if i remove my foot quickly from the pedal - quite the learning curve on the new machine with forks on the loader doing precision work. Wondering if the dampener on the linkage on my new 2025R is faulty.

Thanks in advance!
 

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My '18 2025R is about a second or two, never timed it, my 1023 was about the same. To me it's normal, but when I get on my FIL's 16 yr old BX 2200 it's that same whiplash feeling you are referring too with your 655.
Thanks very much - glad to know I'm not the only one! I'll try lubing up the linkages this weekend to see if there's any improvement to help my learning curve. Seems that Deere has made some changes in the last 33 years, but I'll never part with my 655....:laugh:
 

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Hi folks, thanks for the discussion on this. Pedal, specially forward travel pedal, is slow to return and the machine SLOWLY comes to a stop.

If I remove my entire foot from the pedal and let the pedal return by itself to the detent, the machine rolls to a stop.

If I did this with my 655 or say a 3320, I’d be thrown from the operator seat.

For those that have a Generation II 2025R, when you remove your foot from the forward travel pedal, does the machine abruptly stop in Low range? I’d ask about 1025R owner’s feedback but I’ve gotten mixed signals on whether the transmissions are EXACTLY the same.

Thanks!


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Thanks all - thinking there may be some issue here. Going to investigate and will report back my findings/outcome.


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