Yep, great little helpers and never talk back to you or chew you out like a wife. Best purchase of my life would likely be the itty bitty green tractor and the worse by far was my wife.Howdy All,
This past weekend the loader on the 1025R sure earned it's keep. We had an old dog house that was 3' x 5' and darn heavy. It was getting pretty old and starting to rot so it is time to replace it. Before when we wanted to move it we would wrap a strap around it and attempt to pull it with the garden tractor. Not an easy task as the tires would spin.
This time, we set the dog house on the bottom lip of the loader, then wrapped a chain around both ends of the house and attached the chain to the Ken's hooks on the loader. With the tractor at idles it was just a simple curl of the bucket and a lift of the loader. Brought a big smile to my face as it saved a lot of work and dragging it 100 yards to the burn pile. I was able to slowly drive across the property and gently place it at the top of the burn pile.
What a blessing this little tractor has been. In the same day we mowed three acres of grass, tilled a sweet corn patch and then moved the dog house.