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 12-23-2003, 08:34 Post: 72000
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 J.D. 1050 4wd with loader

I was wondering if anyone knew any history on this model tractor. I am looking at buying one for my hobby farm to do some bush hogging and snowblowing. I was wondering if anyone also might know the lift capacity of the loader? I would like to move roundbales once in a while with it. Any info would be appreciated.






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 12-23-2003, 19:31 Post: 72041
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 J.D. 1050 4wd with loader

The 1050 is a very reliable tractor. What model loader does it have? There are a couple of possible deere models. Or is it an aftermarket one? What size and weight are your round bales? A 1050 definitely will not handle large round bales safely. Smaller ones probablly can be handled if tractor is properly ballasted. One thing to be aware of on a 1050 is the clutch is very expensive to replace. Keep that in mind when dickering on price if clutch does not feel good. Usually the first sign of a worn clutch on these is difficulty releasing the pto clutch or inability to engage pto without scraping gears.






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