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Anyone have a John Deere 2025 or 3025 Tractor

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Bitte123
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2021-01-17          199934


 I have an old Kubota B7500 that I am looking to replace. Just started looking at the new deals the 2025 and the 3025 wondering whether the 3035 is more like what I am used to with my B7500.

Looking for reviews of Series 2 and 3 John Deere Compact Tractors

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Anyone have a John Deere 2025 or 3025 Tractor

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bosco2
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2021-04-27          200281


I was looking into the John Deere 2025 and one thing I found that was super annoying is Reverse implement operation (RIO) which is a result of lawsuits that have forced Deere to come up a system to prevent injury to anyone behind a tractor backing up.

So if you are running a mid mount mower and back up it shuts the PTO stopping you from clipping someone but also stopping your mowing operation.

Seems nuts . But there are all sorts off discussions about how to turn disbable the safety feature. But when you spend over $20K seems crazy to have to start messing with the electrical system on day one !
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