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I’ve searched but couldn’t find much about using a hydraulic rearblade on the 1025. My main motivation is for snow removal and not jumping on and off the tractor. I’m contemplating getting TTWTs rear remote hydraulic kit from summit. I would get the three spool kit. One for top link, one for rearblade and a spare. I did find one post that said the hydraulic rear blades have a height issue with the limited hitch. Any info appreciated.
 

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If you got the 4 spool, you could run a top link, and 2 side links, with a spare, or for the blade angle. Two hydraulic side links, would allow the blade to be raised higher, all but eliminating the Limited Cat1 implement height issue. Food for thought.
 

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If you got the 4 spool, you could run a top link, and 2 side links, with a spare, or for the blade angle. Two hydraulic side links, would allow the blade to be raised higher, all but eliminating the Limited Cat1 implement height issue. Food for thought.
I probably will get the 4 spool if I can find a hydraulic rear blade that can function on the 1025 due to the limited height
 

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I've owned two hydraulic rear blades... the Frontier RB2160H and currently the Land Pride RB1660. In the case of the Land Pride, the hydraulic angle kit is added to the standard RB1660 blade so the height is identical between the two.
 
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