John Deere 1025r

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Streetcar

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John Deere 870
Ordered new tractor
ordered 6’ MMM
4’ aerator
sprayer
loader and backhoe for tractor
 
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KennyG

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We will all be interested to see how long it takes to get it.
 
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Milo

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Well at least you won't need the mower for 5 months or so. :) That's a nice set up congratulations.
 
  
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Streetcar

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Plan to use tractor for maintenance task and back up mower for zero turn
 
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LittleBittyBigJohn

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John Deere 1025R, Gravely Rapid XZ 60" zero turn
I just got one a couple months ago. Didn't know 72" MMM was an option. I have the 60". I can cut full speed in high range on normal lawn grass without much issue. For such a small tractor it sure does a lot of work! Rear ballast is your friend using the loader. I usually keep my rotary cutter hooked up and it still seems a little light in the back end. You will probably be fine if the backhoe is hoked up. Although be careful as I'm sure a lot of that weight is up high.

I really want to try a 5' rotary cutter on it. I'm sure it would have plenty of power but I'm not sure about keeping the front tires on the ground.
 
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Molalla1

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5" should be no problem at all . . . :LOL:
 
 
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