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    Price for 1025R FILB

    Howdy folks - I've got the green tractor fever. I'm thinking the 1025 is the girl for me. We have between 5-6 acres to maintain and I've always wanted a backhoe. I had a 5305 4wd with a loader several years ago when we had more acreage. Sold it in 2007 when we moved out here to OK. Don't need anything that big now.

    Got a quote from dealer for a 1025R FILB and 60" MMM for $21,748.

    Tractor $19,249

    MMM $2,499

    Does this sound like a fair price?

    I'm open to any and all advice and suggestions. Even though I've owned tractors before, it has been a while and I kinda feel a bit like a tractor noob again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnFromOKC View Post
    Howdy folks - I've got the green tractor fever. I'm thinking the 1025 is the girl for me. We have between 5-6 acres to maintain and I've always wanted a backhoe. I had a 5305 4wd with a loader several years ago when we had more acreage. Sold it in 2007 when we moved out here to OK. Don't need anything that big now.

    Got a quote from dealer for a 1025R FILB and 60" MMM for $21,748.

    Tractor $19,249

    MMM $2,499

    Does this sound like a fair price?

    I'm open to any and all advice and suggestions. Even though I've owned tractors before, it has been a while and I kinda feel a bit like a tractor noob again.
    I got my 1025r tlb for $18,995 and that was with the $500 implement bonus. Now I see they have a $1,250 bonus so it sounds like they are a grand to high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeereYooper View Post
    I got my 1025r tlb for $18,995 and that was with the $500 implement bonus. Now I see they have a $1,250 bonus so it sounds like they are a grand to high.
    I concur that JohnFromOKC can do better. Along with the $1250 implement bonus, he should also add the $500 drive green coupon (for attending a drive green event).

    The general "rule of thumb" that I've seen on the forums is a 15-18% discount off MSRP, but I don't know if that includes freight or setup. MSRP is $ 22,681 for the TLB and $ 2,350 for the mower. If you figure in a 15% off MSRP discount, a target price should be around $ 19,526. Even adding an amount for freight ($400) and setup ($400) JohnFromOKC, you'd still have a target price of $ 20,326 ($ 1,422 lower than the current price).

    Edited to add: JohnFromOKC, I see your current price for the 60" MMM is above MSRP. I'm not sure if you are including setup with that number, or maybe auto connect or changing the lift from mechanical to hydraulic or independent hydraulic lift. Be sure to be very specific on your configuration when you list a price. $2,499 is high for a mower with mechanical lift, but it's a great price for Auto-connect with Independent Hydraulic Lift.
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    For my 1025r TLB with 60" MMM (auto connect & hydraulic lift) I was at $20,900 out the door. I did not have to pay tax as I was exempt.

    At the time Deere was only offering $500 incentive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traction View Post
    Edited to add: JohnFromOKC, I see your current price for the 60" MMM is above MSRP. I'm not sure if you are including setup with that number, or maybe auto connect or changing the lift from mechanical to hydraulic or independent hydraulic lift. Be sure to be very specific on your configuration when you list a price. $2,499 is high for a mower with mechanical lift, but it's a great price for Auto-connect with Independent Hydraulic Lift.
    Here is the MMM copied from the bid:

    JOHN DEERE 60D 7-Iron Mid Mount
    Side Discharge Mower (For 1023E,
    1025R, 1026R Tractors)

    Sales guy says it's the drive on deck. I'm just now learning all this stuff. Thanks for the input!

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    Thanks for the input so far guys! I've got an email in to the sales guy to determine the MMM details.

    Anything esle I should be considering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnFromOKC View Post
    Thanks for the input so far guys! I've got an email in to the sales guy to determine the MMM details.

    Anything esle I should be considering?
    Do you have any rear implements? Do you plan on getting any? If the answer is yes, then I would consider an iMatch quick hitch and a ballast box. Your backhoe will be good ballast for loader operation, but you may want more flexibility offered by the 3ph to use other items like a ballast box for weight. It's your call, but it's easy to add it now to your package rather than buying it later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Do you have any rear implements? Do you plan on getting any? If the answer is yes, then I would consider an iMatch quick hitch and a ballast box. Your backhoe will be good ballast for loader operation, but you may want more flexibility offered by the 3ph to use other items like a ballast box for weight. It's your call, but it's easy to add it now to your package rather than buying it later.
    All I currently have is a 4' box blade. What do the I-Match and Ballast Box typically cost? I do plan on getting a 4' brush cutter as well. Considering a tiller too, but don't want to break the bank. I do understand this is probably the best chance to get the best deal on new implements.

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