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Lost the 1026R in the flood. Insurance paid for it. Great. They choose not to total my implements. Tell me the gear box and all bearing will be changed. Ok, don't agree and skeptical but that their chose. I'm ready to get my equipment back.

Looking at the 1025R. Local Deere telling me that my existing D60 deck and H120 might not fit. May need adapters. What does everyone think of this?

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I agree on the loader. As for deck I'm pretty sure it will fit as well. The deck I don't believe has changed between the 1026r and 1025r. The auto connect mounting hardware has had some updates but that should come with the tractor.


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The loader mounts & hood guard are part of the loader & should have been removed from the 1026R. The same with the mounting hardware for the mower deck. It also should have been removed from the 1026R, as it is part of the mower deck.
 

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I don't know, I don't like the idea either. It should be replaced the way you bought it. If it would have been a car would they make you keep the seats and just re-do the seat covers and get you a car to put them in? If I bought my tractor with the MMM and H-120 then I would want that to replace what I had as a whole unit. I understand their way of thinking but I don't like it. Who knows what will happen to the deck and FEL down the line. Must be my wife's way of thinking wearing off on me. I have the 1026 because she didn't like the idea of someone fixing the trans on the 2210 because we wouldn't know if they did the job right. A new tractor with the old FEL and MMM that went through the same flood the tractor went through. Don't like it. Did I mention, I don't like it? :banghead:
 

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If they replace the gearbox and the spindles on the deck, there's not much to go wrong. Same with the loader, the hydraulic cylinders seal in much more pressure than a flood could produce and they're a completely sealed system. Wouldn't hurt to flush them, but really pretty hard to hurt.

Wasn't the tractor fairly low hours?
 
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