The 1 Family 1025R Tractor offers the value-minded customer a high-quality, versatile and cost-effective tractor from John Deere. Assembled in the U.S.A. at John Deere’s Augusta, Georgia factory, this tractor is designed for the customer who desires the power and productivity of a compact utility tractor, yet is value oriented and price conscious.
The 1025R Tractor has a 24.2 gross horsepower (hp) (PS) three-cylinder engine. Hydrostatic transmission and four-wheel drive (4WD) are in the base equipment.
Customers can easily extend the productivity hours of the tractor with the standard side fender lights that will allow them to work in low light conditions. A wider wheel base and overall width gives the tractor great stability for those uneven terrains. The 1025R Tractor meets the needs of customers who place a high priority on comfort, versatility, productivity, and reliability.
Some potential customers include:
Dimensions for 1 Family Tractors
1025R Tractor shown
Tires (wheel position):
R3 Turf Tires
R4 Industrial Tires
(B)-Overall length with 3-point hitch—mm (in.)*
(C)-Overall width (maximum)—mm (in.)
(D)-Inside width (mininum)—mm (in.)
Height from ground:
(E)-To top of hood—mm (in.)
(F)-To top of rollover protective structure (ROPS)—mm (in.)
(G)-Ground clearance, front axle—mm (in.)
Wheel treads (center-to-center):
(H)-Rear wheels—mm (in.)
Front wheels—mm (in.)
Without brakes—m (ft)
* Overall length is from 3-point hitch in level position to front bumper. Subtract 381 mm (15 in.) for tractors without 3-point hitch.
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Engine horsepower and torque information for non-Deere engines are provided by the engine manufacturer for comparison purposes only.
Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer's Web site for additional information.