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    Default NEW on DEERE.com ; 1 series 1023e, 1025r, 1025RFILB, 1026r

    Anyone notice new tractors on the Deere.com 1 series lineup? There is a 1025r, and a 1025R "FILB" (Factory Installed Loader Backhoe), in addition to the original 1023 and 1026. Am I to understand the 1025 is a derated engine for tree huggers? It appears you can longer price a 1026r. Just sayin in case anyone missed it.

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    Default Re: NEW on DEERE.com ; 1 series 1023e, 1025r, 1025RFILB, 1026r

    Interesting, must be Deere's way to say "we have a tractor that competes with the BX25D". Plus maybe installing the FEL and backhoe in the factory would reduce costs vs/ having a dealer do all of the installation. It is sad to see the number change, but it is what it is, it's still the same tractor.
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    Default Re: NEW on DEERE.com ; 1 series 1023e, 1025r, 1025RFILB, 1026r

    I was at my local dealer last week, They had 8 1026r's in stock. Must be Deere built a lot of them before the first of the year. wonder when they will make the engines below 25hp comply with tier iv?

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    Default Re: NEW on DEERE.com ; 1 series 1023e, 1025r, 1025RFILB, 1026r

    Quote Originally Posted by Labrat View Post
    I was at my local dealer last week, They had 8 1026r's in stock. Must be Deere built a lot of them before the first of the year. wonder when they will make the engines below 25hp comply with tier iv?
    Specs on the 1025r states "tier 4 compliant".

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    Default Re: NEW on DEERE.com ; 1 series 1023e, 1025r, 1025RFILB, 1026r

    That is correct. Because the engine is below 25hp the PM (particutate matter) requirement is .30 if the engine is above 25hp the PM requirement is 0.02 most likely requiring DPF.

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    Default Re: NEW on DEERE.com ; 1 series 1023e, 1025r, 1025RFILB, 1026r

    At my dealer last weekend. He also had alot of 1023E's and 1026R's. Asked him about the 270 backhoe and he said that he hasn't heard anymore about. He did have this on his lot through....-nexus-031-jpg-nexus-032-jpg

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