That sucks radarDon, sorry to hear that.
I've been there. Remember one that cost me lots of time a long time ago. The problem was a defective oil presure sending unit. The car would start and run for a minute or two then stop. I looked every place else never suspected the sending unit but i decided to see what it was and discovered the engine ran fine. Put the send back in and problem returned. I believe that was a chevy vega. Actuallly that car lasted forever with a steel sleeved engine without issues even with the two speed automatic transmission.I’m not really hard on this one at all. I bought it a year ago and changed all of the fluids and filters. 5,000 miles later this happens. I’m pretty sure it’s a sensor and/or a solenoid but wanted to get it apart to verify that there weren’t unexpected pieces in the pan. The parts have been ordered and hopefully it will be back in service this coming weekend.
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Does the 2025R have enough lift height to load that 1 ton? Could you afford to add sideboards? Just wondering as I've been eyeballing one, just want to make sure I can side load it.
That's what I was thinking. But the owners manual says not to do that. But it looks like it works fine. If so I will get some weights.
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Are those 42 or 70 pound weights? How do they work with the brush mower. Mine makes my 2025R a little light in the front without the loader on.That could very well be. I know the extension for my 2520 has a bar that slides through to hold them in place.
42 pounders. I found the best price for them is from Sloan express. If you keep them to 3 or under per order the shipping is reasonable. They do not have JD on them but are green and seem to work fine. Made a big difference in keeping the front from being so light.Are those 42 or 70 pound weights? How do they work with the brush mower. Mine makes my 2025R a little light in the front without the loader on.
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