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My 2025r delivered today! I spent a couple of hours playing with it and couldn't be happier!
Looking forward to many hours using it.

I'm waiting on backhoe, grapple, box blade and toothbar but it works out well since I'm not sure where to put everything.

Note to people shopping for a tractor, think about where it'll go on your property and plan ahead not like I did!


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Very Nice !!!
Congrats on the new machine !!!
 
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Congrats. Looks like you got it just in time!
 
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Congrats :cool:
 
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Great looking tractor👍
 

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2019 2025R with Loader, Backhoe, 54D Mower, Forks, Rear Snowblower, Box Blade, Landscape Rake, QH
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Congrats on the new addition. I'll humbly add - great tractor! - since it looks exactly like mine does at the moment. I can already tell you that the Frontier is a beast in the snow. Very nice piece of gear. I traded out a front blower because I wanted the versatility of having the bucket/frame on at all times in the winter.

However, I am very jealous of your rear chute automation, which I gave up in the trade.

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1. Get a cheap and cheerful camera/display and mount it behind you for backup blowing work. I did this and I am going to find it very useful I believe. I mounted it on the back of my seat centred at the top of the "manual box" (which I use for small tools) and have the display in front of me just in front of the steering wheel. It really helps avoid looking back continuously when blowing. Even if you use it part of the time, like I expect to do, it saves some wear and tear on your neck and shoulders.

2. I also have inexpensive side mirrors I mounted on the holes at the top of the loader mounts - invaluable for any type of work involving backing up or simply seeing what is behind you winter, summer, spring and fall.
 
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My 2025r delivered today! I spent a couple of hours playing with it and couldn't be happier!
Looking forward to many hours using it.

I'm waiting on backhoe, grapple, box blade and toothbar but it works out well since I'm not sure where to put everything.

Note to people shopping for a tractor, think about where it'll go on your property and plan ahead not like I did!


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Nice rig, at least you're ready for snow.
 
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Awesome!!!
 
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Very nice👍Enjoy
 
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Looks great! Welcome from Wisconsin, still waiting for the first snow to take my new 2025r out. So far, dirt work, pallet moving, log moving, mowing...summer fun!
 

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Nice! Congrats! 👍 😎
 
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Congrats on the new addition. I'll humbly add - great tractor! - since it looks exactly like mine does at the moment. I can already tell you that the Frontier is a beast in the snow. Very nice piece of gear. I traded out a front blower because I wanted the versatility of having the bucket/frame on at all times in the winter.

However, I am very jealous of your rear chute automation, which I gave up in the trade.

Suggestions:

1. Get a cheap and cheerful camera/display and mount it behind you for backup blowing work. I did this and I am going to find it very useful I believe. I mounted it on the back of my seat centred at the top of the "manual box" (which I use for small tools) and have the display in front of me just in front of the steering wheel. It really helps avoid looking back continuously when blowing. Even if you use it part of the time, like I expect to do, it saves some wear and tear on your neck and shoulders.

2. I also have inexpensive side mirrors I mounted on the holes at the top of the loader mounts - invaluable for any type of work involving backing up or simply seeing what is behind you winter, summer, spring and fall.
Thank you! Great suggestions. I was already planning on the mirrors but hadn't thought of a rear cam. Will definitely look into that!
 

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She is a beauty. But what is the story on the rear hydraulic couplers? Is this your own design or has Deere changed options for bringing couplers to the rear of the tractor?
Yep I really I wanted a hydraulic height/direction adjustment for the chute on the snowblower. It's hooked up to the powerbeyond with two small levers attached to the ROPS. My dealer said that's how they do it now but not sure if it's "John Deere recommended" or just a local thing they do. I like this setup. Levers a right there on my right side and shouldn't be in the way for the backhoe.
 
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