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    Hi guys, I'm in market for a new 2032R. No dealers in my area have a 2019 tractor... only 2017 & 2018 - Does any body know if there were any changes for 2019? The dealer not sure. Thanks in advance

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    AFAIK there aren't any changes for the 2019. Since these were a totally new design in 2017, I doubt there will be any real changes for a few more years. If it were me I'd be fine with a 2017 or 2018. I'd lean towards the 2018 just because it's that much less time sitting since it was built. I'd give it a once over for rust as an indicator as to how much it's been out in the rain.


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    There might have been, but they would be tiny things you'd never notice or care about. Like...they could change the look of the fuel cap (because they found a different supplier). Stuff like that.

    Model changes don't always (or even usually) happen with the model year. The same changes could have been made to a current 2019 but not earlier 2019s. For example, I just bought a 2019 X758. If you look at the current 2019 model, it has aluminum wheels and a different seat. Mine still has the steel wheels and normal seat of the 2018s and 2017s, etc. But...it's a 2019. The 1025R/1023E underwent model year changes in the middle of 2017 (or was it 2018?), with a completely different ROPS and 4wd selection lever. So you could have two 2017 1025Rs and they could look completely different. There is little rhyme or reason to these things.

    The real answer to your question is no. No real changes.

    And...your dealer really should know these things. Not about the little insignificant changes mentioned above, but that there were no actual feature/design changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy C View Post
    Hi guys, I'm in market for a new 2032R. No dealers in my area have a 2019 tractor... only 2017 & 2018 - Does any body know if there were any changes for 2019? The dealer not sure. Thanks in advance
    I tend to think the newer the machine, the better. Tell the dealer to call you when they get in a 2019. Just picked one up Wednesday.
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