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    Decided on a 2025!

    So it looks like Iíve got a 2025 coming my way. With loader, bucket, forks, 60 inch MM, and backhoe. That comes to 28k, does that sound right? Iím financing for 60 months at 0%.
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    Congrats!
    Just be careful on the forks...make sure they are the light ones!
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    Congrats, too many things to list that can be done with this tractor.
    Like Kenny said, make sure you are getting the AP10 pallet forks, or another lightweight brand.
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    Terrible choice! You will regret it! [shakes fist]


    In all seriousness, great choice! I've said it before, the 2025R is probably the best all around small compact tractor on the market. Enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Congrats, too many things to list that can be done with this tractor.
    Like Kenny said, make sure you are getting the AP10 pallet forks, or another lightweight brand.
    It says AP10F on my order sheet, so I guess Iím good.

    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Terrible choice! You will regret it! [shakes fist]


    In all seriousness, great choice! I've said it before, the 2025R is probably the best all around small compact tractor on the market. Enjoy!
    I think this tractor makes the most sense for me. I want something to last my lifetime and so I didnít want the tier 4 nonsense. Plus it seems to be a lot of tractor for the money. Iím really excited to get it!

    I just realized I donít own a Diesel fuel can. Where do you get off-road diesel fuel anyway? Do most fuel stations that carry the on road stuff also carry off? Tractor is due to be delivered late this week or early next. Iíll be putting it straight to work mowing and cleaning up storm debris. I bet Iíll burn through whatever fuel they put in pretty quick. Do they come full like buying a car?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjpoog1989 View Post
    It says AP10F on my order sheet, so I guess Iím good.



    I think this tractor makes the most sense for me. I want something to last my lifetime and so I didnít want the tier 4 nonsense. Plus it seems to be a lot of tractor for the money. Iím really excited to get it!

    I just realized I donít own a Diesel fuel can. Where do you get off-road diesel fuel anyway? Do most fuel stations that carry the on road stuff also carry off? Tractor is due to be delivered late this week or early next. Iíll be putting it straight to work mowing and cleaning up storm debris. I bet Iíll burn through whatever fuel they put in pretty quick. Do they come full like buying a car?
    Depends where you live, around here off road diesel is not commonly sold at stations. But, in the meantime use on road diesel until you find a source for the dyed diesel.

    Donít let the naysayers get to you, the large 2R is for the ego trippers
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    County Line- 48" Tiller & middle buster
    Frontier- BB5048L & DH1066 & RC2060
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjpoog1989 View Post
    I want something to last my lifetime and so I didn’t want the tier 4 nonsense.
    Yeah, don't remind me. Ugh. I wish they made a large frame 2025R (along with the small frame 2025R), because I would be all over that.

    Or alternatively, the EPA can [redacted for civility] in their stupid [redacted for morality] and [redacted for legality].
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjpoog1989 View Post
    So it looks like Iíve got a 2025 coming my way. With loader, bucket, forks, 60 inch MM, and backhoe. That comes to 28k, does that sound right? Iím financing for 60 months at 0%.
    Congrats. Does the wife know?

    I believe the full tank of diesel is up to the dealer and I believe most do fill up the smaller tractors and put 5 gallons or so if not More in the larger tractors. It donít hurt to ask.
    The price seems in like with others.
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    The only thing I dislike about the 2025 (and the 1025 as well) is....Mauser STILL hasn't made a cab that works with the backhoe.


    But I admit, I'm jealous of your new tractor. Cant wait to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Yeah, don't remind me. Ugh. I wish they made a large frame 2025R (along with the small frame 2025R), because I would be all over that.

    Or alternatively, the EPA can [redacted for civility] in their stupid [redacted for morality] and [redacted for legality].
    Yeah the EPA sucks, but I guess orange chainsaws and green tractors will someday be the death of humanity...

    Quote Originally Posted by Littlegreenmachine View Post
    Congrats. Does the wife know?

    I believe the full tank of diesel is up to the dealer and I believe most do fill up the smaller tractors and put 5 gallons or so if not More in the larger tractors. It donít hurt to ask.
    The price seems in like with others.
    Yeah wifey knows about it. She went with me to order it. This is my third attempt to buy a tractor and I wouldnít be deterred this time. This was supposed to happen in 2015 when we bought this place... 3rd time really is the charm I guess.
    2019 2025r: Galaxy R3+, 60D AutoConnect, 120r loader, 260b backhoe, AP10F 42Ē forks

    1948 Farmall Cub: L-54 snow plow, 193 one bottom plow
    Husqvarna push mower (I forget the model)
    Husqvarna 562XP chainsaw: 24" bar w/ skip tooth, 20Ē Power Match full comp
    Craftsman 18" chainsaw

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