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I figured I would ask as I see 2 series in the next section, and Im not sure where the 2025 goes. IF this is in the wrong place, please feel free to dig it up and dump it somewhere correct!!
I have a Brake question.
1. The 2025 has dual brakes, are they "connectable" to use as one brake as my other JD Stick tractors are?
2. Can you use the Park Brake with just one pedal ?
3. IF the brakes do NOT connect, do you need to turn your foot outwards ( Farmer style) to get both pedals down?
4. Does the cruise control come OFF when one brake is applied?
I find the dual brakes huge for a blower or back dragging and I see Literally NO info on the 2025 Brakes, Anywhere..
The brakes and the Illuminated fuel gauge ( 2025) are huge improvements for me, IF the brakes are good.
Thoughts Guys?? Thanks again ! :cold:
 

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I figured I would ask as I see 2 series in the next section, and Im not sure where the 2025 goes. IF this is in the wrong place, please feel free to dig it up and dump it somewhere correct!!
I have a Brake question.
1. The 2025 has dual brakes, are they "connectable" to use as one brake as my other JD Stick tractors are?
2. Can you use the Park Brake with just one pedal ?
3. IF the brakes do NOT connect, do you need to turn your foot outwards ( Farmer style) to get both pedals down?
4. Does the cruise control come OFF when one brake is applied?
I find the dual brakes huge for a blower or back dragging and I see Literally NO info on the 2025 Brakes, Anywhere..
The brakes and the Illuminated fuel gauge ( 2025) are huge improvements for me, IF the brakes are good.
Thoughts Guys?? Thanks again ! :cold:

Well I can answer a few of those lol.. The 2025 would be in them mcut section, there is a comparison in this section to the 1025r though with a lot of great info!!! Just search for 2025r vs 1025r. 2025 does have split brakes which is a very nice feature, as far as the parking questions, I can't answer, didnt buy one YET..... Soon hopefully :yahoo:
 

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The 2025 has the same brake setup as my 2032r. 2 pedals side-by-side and there is a metal "brake pedal latch" that flips up/down to "bridge" the two pedals so that they can be used as one single pedal if desired.

The manual tells you to apply both brake pedals when engaging the parking brake but , IME, it will engage just fine any time the machine is stopped. One, pedal, two pedals, no pedals... it doesn't seem to matter on my machine.

Cruise control is connected to the right brake pedal so engaging the right (or both together) will disengage cruise control. Applying the left brake only will NOT disengage cruise control.

You don't need to turn your foot sideways to engage both brakes when they aren't latched. You can depress both pretty easily if you plant your foot dead center.

All of this can be found in the owner's manual (which should be available on-line!).
 

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Thanks for all the help!! :thumbup1gif:
 

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No problem! Hopefully that answers your questions well enough to help you make your decision!
 
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Need a serial number break down help please. 1LV2025R (x) ( year) (X) 110300
Do the year codes go the same as the 1 series?
A=2010
B=2011
C=2012
D=2013
E=2014
F=2015
This look right? Trying to figure out what is new that is NON current or left over, Thanks ?
 

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Sorry. Can't help on that one. I haven't run across a breakdown for the 2025R/2032R yet.
 

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There isn't a published serial number list for the modern tractors that's surfaced yet. The dealer can look the serial number up in their system and tell you when it was made.

Tractors, unlike cars don't go by model year. Changes in design are done at serial number changes. There's nothing wrong with buying "last year's" model brand new off the lot, because it's probably exactly like "this year's" model.
 
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