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John Deere 1025R vs. Kubota BX Loader Comparison

Loader Capabilities Do you have a pile of dirt or gravel to move? Get it down to size in no...

Loader Capabilities

Do you have a pile of dirt or gravel to move? Get it down to size in no time using the 120R quick park loader with superior breakout forces on the John Deere 1025R sub-compact tractor. Use equipment that will hold up to the job and get it done as fast as you can work.

Let’s compare the John Deere 1025R sub-compact tractor with the 120R loader to the Kubota BX loader. There are some differences you may not notice until you put them to work. For starters, breakout force, it’s the ability to lift a heavy bucket load out of the dirt pile. The 120r has over 400 pounds more breakout force or 46% more capacity than Kubota. Another difference is the 120R loader has 754 pounds of lift capacity, 23% more than Kubota.

When put to work, the Kubota has a hard time lifting the whole bucket, and to complete the task, the operator has to maximize the engine RPMs to 3200 to provide enough power to raise the bucket out of the pile.

Watching the John Deere 1025R, the 120R loader quickly lifted a full bucket without any strain on the engine or hydraulic system. The John Deere 1025R performed as promised when these loaders were tasked to perform only the 120R delivered with ease.

Are you interested and want to get to work with a John Deere Compact tractor then visit your local 4Rivers Equipment today or pre-order online for Fall here.