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I'm wondering if anyone has actually weighed their 1026 with the FEL and MMM attached? I know the manual says about 1,450 for the tractor but I can't remember if that is dry or fully loaded with fluids and fuel. Also I know the 54D says it is about 200 but I can't find anything on the H120 FEL with 49in bucket. I'm looking at trailers to use so I'd like to have a real weight. Thanks
 

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the dealer that brought my 1026r to me did so on a 6 x 14, 1.5 ton single axle trailer. That included the loader, mower deck, and rotary cutter.
 
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Are you sure the trailer had a 1500 lb axle? Not that it couldn't be done, but the weight of the trailer would reduce the payload by 200 or 300 lbs. No way the tractor should be hauled on anything less than a 3500 lb single axle or a tandem axle trailer with dual 1500 axles.
I would think total weight with loader and mower will be 1900 to 2000 lbs. I have seen the loader weight somewhere. 350 lbs maybe?
 

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Jimed,

I concur that a 1026R, H120, and 54D should come in close to 2000 lbs. However, there are 2000 lbs in one ton. If you are thinking of a tonne, well that has 1000 kgs or 2200 lbs.
 

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Are you sure the trailer had a 1500 lb axle? Not that it couldn't be done, but the weight of the trailer would reduce the payload by 200 or 300 lbs. No way the tractor should be hauled on anything less than a 3500 lb single axle or a tandem axle trailer with dual 1500 axles.
I would think total weight with loader and mower will be 1900 to 2000 lbs. I have seen the loader weight somewhere. 350 lbs maybe?
It was 1.5 ton trailer (2,500 lbs). I am not saying that it is the greatest trailer to transport one with but he delivers them all over the county using that trailer and his Chevy Silverado 1500. My house is about 26 miles from the dealership.
 

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It was 1.5 ton trailer (2,500 lbs). I am not saying that it is the greatest trailer to transport one with but he delivers them all over the county using that trailer and his Chevy Silverado 1500. My house is about 26 miles from the dealership.
My bad. I read it as 1.5K instead of 1.5 ton. Thanks for setting me straight.
I believe that would be 3000 lbs for the 1.5 ton though.
 

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My bad. I read it as 1.5K instead of 1.5 ton. Thanks for setting me straight.
I believe that would be 3000 lbs for the 1.5 ton though.
You are exactly right!!:lol: I cannot even get the math right!!! TOO FUNNY!
 
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