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I wanted more back blade clearance when I plow snow. I priced a second adjustable lift link and wasn't going to pay $100.00 + for one ..
I fabricated a lift link 2" shorter than the stock non adjustable one on my 1025, to gain the needed lift height,
By using it and screwing the right side adjustable link shorter, it allows me to raise my back blade almost 6" higher than with the stock link.

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Well haven’t you been busy
You could market that lift link very easily on here, I know I’d buy one.


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Well haven’t you been busy
You could market that lift link very easily on here, I know I’d buy one.


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Me too!

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Great work, I just recently started taking my rear blade with me. My trailer is fairly low to begin with and the slope isn’t very steep but I now need to carry 2x4s to get the blade from catching on my ramps or trailer edge when loading/ unloading. A few inches would help for sure.
 

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ok... I'm going to go for a solution here.. and know that I am a novice with the one series... but am mechanically inclined..

Is it possible to get a taller tire? I mean.. that rear tire is smaller than some GT tractor tires....

 

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ok... I'm going to go for a solution here.. and know that I am a novice with the one series... but am mechanically inclined..

Is it possible to get a taller tire? I mean.. that rear tire is smaller than some GT tractor tires....

Because it's 4WD, you would have to get 4 new tires and make sure the size ratios between the front and back are the same. Otherwise, when you use 4WD, either the front tires will pull the back tires or the back tires will push the front. If that makes sense.
 

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ok... I'm going to go for a solution here.. and know that I am a novice with the one series... but am mechanically inclined..

Is it possible to get a taller tire? I mean.. that rear tire is smaller than some GT tractor tires....

Sorry to say, probably not unless you upgrade to the 2025R

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