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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.
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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