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    John Deere X-Series 2013

    I found this from another site - it was posted by a guy I know who has some insight on the new models before they come out.

    Per his info:

    The X700 series gets a facelift. The new models are as follows - replace all 2's in the model number with a "3", so a X720 becomes a X730. Replace all 4's in the model number with a "5", so a X748 will be a X758. There is no longer a diesel all wheel drive/all wheel steer, so the X749 does not have a model replacement.

    There is no special edition models yet. The biggest change are the hood, seat and dash layout.

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    The tractor pictured would have been the X700 in 2006 through 2012, is now the X710.

    The 62 inch deck has been dropped in favor of a 60 inch high capacity deck, which may be a 7 iron deck (not positive).

    Other updates:

    2013 X700 series, limited Cat 1 hitch still available
    540 RPM rear PTO still available
    9 gauge 60 inch high capacity deck
    no loader yet, but in the works. May not be ready until 2014 - frame has been changed to accommodate the new 60 inch deck
    Still have AWD, AWS, & AWD/AWS models except as stated above, no diesel AWD/AWS, as the X749 has been dropped.

    The diesel 2WD (X750) and 2WD/AWS (X754) and AWD (X758) will be available (just no AWD/AWS diesel model).

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    X300 & X500 series - no changes

    D100 has been dropped for a D105 which will have hand hydro control

    1 Series changes:

    1026R will now be the 1025R and the 1023 will still be available

    Prices should be available in a few weeks.

    I want to thank Sergeant (John) for this info. I don't know if he's a member here or not, but just in case he isn't, I posted his info here. (note to self: contact John to get him to join).
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    Thanks Terry. I am suprised they are changing the numbering on the 1026 already.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Thanks Terry. I am suprised they are changing the numbering on the 1026 already.
    Yeah, no kidding. 1025? Losing HP to the EPA again?
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    I also ran across this from Green Industry newsletter.

    "Wright Manufacturing Inc. has announced a design and manufacturing arrangement with Deere & Company. Beginning with the 2013 season, Wright is to manufacture a range of best-in-class commercial stand-on mowers bearing the John Deere brand using Wright's patented technology. Deere will distribute and support the mowers through its worldwide network of independent dealers

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    The new looks of the new X700 series look neat, not a huge change and very familar towards the current X700's. Will the new 2013 X700 series have increased hp?
    Why no Diesel AWS/AWD mower in the new line up? Low sales of the X749??
    I just bought an 06 X748 to replace my 95 455, and am also running an X744 AWS, so it will be a few years till I consider a new X758 or X754.

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    The hood looks like a meld of the X5 series and the 1 series to me. I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deeremower man View Post
    The new looks of the new X700 series look neat, not a huge change and very familar towards the current X700's. Will the new 2013 X700 series have increased hp?
    Why no Diesel AWS/AWD mower in the new line up? Low sales of the X749??
    I just bought an 06 X748 to replace my 95 455, and am also running an X744 AWS, so it will be a few years till I consider a new X758 or X754.

    Jason B
    You Hit right One the Head Price and Low sale Volume of the X749

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    Thanks, John, for posting. I hope to see more posts of yours here. You have a lot of knowledge on the little Deeres.
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