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Just wondering if anyone has put a Single point hydraulic hook up on 1025R with H120 loader ?? Pictures & Cost ??
 

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Yep, I did and don't regret it one bit but I was in before Deere jacked up the price on the single point.
 

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Yep, I did and don't regret it one bit but I was in before Deere jacked up the price on the single point.
At last check (9/20/2017) it's up to $769!!:banghead::banghead::banghead:
 

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I ordered it on my 2038R that is on order and the kit is 708.99 plus labor. I paid 700$ installed. Does Deere offer a kit for the 1025R or are they using another kit then making it work. with the hydro hookups up on the frame rail on the new 2 series I almost passed on it.
 
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At last check (9/20/2017) it's up to $769!!:banghead::banghead::banghead:
$769 when you pay for it:gizmo:...Priceless when you use it:thumbup1gif:
 

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I would also like this single point hookup but the cost does seem high for that convenience. Since my in-laws live in Germany I will look at the Faster 2P404-4-14G F C (their P404 model listed here Faster | P404 | Multifaster 4 lines, size 04. ) and see what it would cost to have shipped directly or just have it shipped to the in-laws and pick it up at Christmas time. I would just need the mounting bracket W55054. The P404 has 1/4 fittings and is a four coupling block versus the six as I have seen in some of the videos so it might be a tad more compact. I also would like to do quick connects for the loader so I could switch out with the snow blower.
 

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I would also like this single point hookup but the cost does seem high for that convenience. Since my in-laws live in Germany I will look at the Faster 2P404-4-14G F C (their P404 model listed here Faster | P404 | Multifaster 4 lines, size 04. ) and see what it would cost to have shipped directly or just have it shipped to the in-laws and pick it up at Christmas time. I would just need the mounting bracket W55054. The P404 has 1/4 fittings and is a four coupling block versus the six as I have seen in some of the videos so it might be a tad more compact. I also would like to do quick connects for the loader so I could switch out with the snow blower.
Keep us posted on what you find out!! Maybe we could score a GT quantity discount :unknown::laugh:
 

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If you search some of the older threads, you'll see where I couldn't buy the Faster ones from my supplier for much less than what Deere was selling them for, plus you still have to get that the hoses and fittings plus brackets to make it all work.
 

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I am hoping that by purchasing it directly from Italy I can ship it on my own account or at least my own terms. Plus this 4-connection single point has a smaller footprint than the Deere one (I don't need the two extra connections.) But I will report back when I hear from Fast about the pricing.
 
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Just wondering if anyone has put a Single point hydraulic hook up on 1025R with H120 loader ?? Pictures & Cost ??
guys have done it and it works WELL! but it looks clunky as hell!

someone needs to build a slick kit, had to believe it would be worth 300-400$ if the kit was complete and compact-
 

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someone needs to build a slick kit, had to believe it would be worth 300-400$ if the kit was complete and compact-
The two pieces of the coupler itself cost a lot more than that...
 
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Still really interested in equipping my 2018 1025R with a single point. Does anyone have a complete list parts list? Like a couple have said this upgrade could be priceless so the cost is less of a concern. Thanks you all for your ongoing support.
 

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Still really interested in equipping my 2018 1025R with a single point. Does anyone have a complete list parts list? Like a couple have said this upgrade could be priceless so the cost is less of a concern. Thanks you all for your ongoing support.
Below is the single point parts illustration for the 220R loader.



Single Point Hydraulic Connector
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
1AW38199Bracket Kit1
2AW36058Quick Coupler1
3AW36059Quick Coupler1
4R37460Adapter Fitting2
5R26448O-Ring3
6W53373Cap1(A)
7W53374Cap1(B)
8W53376Cap1(C)
9W53375Cap1(D)
1019M9848Screw2M10 X 55
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
1114M7334Flange Nut2M10
1219M7163Cap Screw3M8 X 25
13E40500Orifice1
14W54416Hose Support1
1524H1657Washer121/64" X 1-1/4" X 7/64"
1619M7868Screw1M8 X 30
1714M7298Flange Nut1M8
18AW38200Hydraulic Hose1
19AW38201Hydraulic Hose1
20AW38202Hydraulic Hose1
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
21AW38203Hydraulic Hose1
22L201824Hose Guard1
23AW38209Hydraulic Hose4
24W53473Hose Guard1
25R44302Tie Band3(C)
26R155996Tie Band3(D)
27R155997Tie Band3(A)
28R155998Tie Band3(B)
2924H100Washer321/64" X 5/8" X 0.049"
30T77857O-Ring4
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
31AW32184Hydr. Quick Coupler Plug4
32N189220Tie Band2
(A) Red(B) Blue

(C) Black(D) Yellow
 

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single point FEL hydraulics

The two pieces of the coupler itself cost a lot more than that...
Kenny - Does the JD setup include everything but labor (and the fluid I'd lose) for a 2016 1025R? Thanks.
 

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No clue, sorry.
Seems to me this would be a waste if you plan on or do use a front blower/broom.

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Not a waste...but you'd to but extra's of the male side to attach them.
 

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Not a waste...but you'd to but extra's of the male side to attach them.
Agree... I've often thought about this as well. If you are constantly switching between loader, blower or broom it "might" be worth it but purchasing extra manifolds and couplers for all the implements will get very expensive quite quickly. I just can't see it for simply disconnecting the loader - unless you are removing it constantly to mow or something.

And to think, folks complain about having to buy extra sets of bushings for the iMatch. :dunno:
 

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Agree... I've often thought about this as well. If you are constantly switching between loader, blower or broom it "might" be worth it but purchasing extra manifolds and couplers for all the implements will get very expensive quite quickly. I just can't see it for simply disconnecting the loader - unless you are removing it constantly to mow or something.

And to think, folks complain about having to buy extra sets of bushings for the iMatch. :dunno:
On a 1025R all the support items have to come off underneath in order to go back to the loader. Another screw up JD has yet to address. So connecting and switching hoses is a tiny part. And since I don't have the electric actuated independent lift, still have to swap hoses for the deck. Do it all the time as my hoe and fel are on any time I am not mowing. I guess I won't miss what I don't have. Nice idea, but to get to what PS has, just way to much money, with very little return on investment. To each his own.

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