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1025 FILB vs. Kubota BX25D
With a full, 150-degree range of motion, the swing arc on the 1025R FILB is specifically engineered to help you get more done - without having to move the tractor. Compare it to the Kubota BX25D – you’ll find the John Deere 1025R FILB not only swings wider, but gives you more flexibility in your work day.
Dig with confidence – with 1,187 pounds of dipperstick digging force, plus 2,036 pounds of bucket digging force, the 1025R FILB will easily dig to a depth of six feet, two inches (6’2”) even in the toughest soil conditions. Compare it to the Kubota BX25D – you’ll see why greater digging force on the 1025R FILB makes the difference between digging… and digging with confidence.
With an eight foot, eight inch (8’8”) reach, the 1025R FILB puts virtually any small digging and excavating project well within range. Compare it to the Kubota BX25D - the 1025R FILB provides extra reach to make your excavation chores more efficient.
836 pounds of lift capacity and 1,245 pounds of breakout force all translates into fuller buckets and bigger loads on the 1025R FILB. Compared to the Kubota BX25D - the John Deere has over 250 pounds more breakout force and nearly 100 pounds more lift capacity.