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    would you buy 1023e 1026 1025 again??

    I am just curious how many would buy 1 1023e, 1026, or 1025 again? just taking a poll.

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    Yes I would


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    No I would of bought at least a 3720 with cab.

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    Based on the circumstances being the same, yes. It has been a great tractor for the past 8 months and has done everything I have asked of it.
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    Yes I would. While at times it would be nice to have a larger tractor for snow removal, If I went any bigger I'd need a second machine to mow my lawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejb69 View Post
    Yes I would. While at times it would be nice to have a larger tractor, If I went any bigger I'd need a second machine to mow my lawn.
    This sums it up. At times it would be nice to have a bigger tractor or even a cab, but 99.9% of the time this would be impractical.

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    For the time that I have owned mine and used it, I would buy again. It has saved me from hiring someone to do some of the dirt work I finished last fall and plans for more dirt work this year. I am building a new 24' x 36' storage garage for it to fit in, among other STUFF. Should be done by next month (weather permitting).

    It is a very versatile machine and fits my property and needs just right. The options are endless with all the attachments for it.

    The only thing I can think of that will be a disadvantage will be mowing the ditches. I will not use it for that because the are too steep. I used to use a Cub Cadet, but I gave that up to my son.
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    I went from a 2210, 2305, 2305 w,fel bh and now 1026r fel bh ,,, Yes even with the few problems with the 1026r would do it tomorrow.
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    We have a Red Honda Pioneer 700-4 (4 seater) w/soft top , doors, and winch.

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    Yes I would buy it again. The loader and backhoe are the perfect size for my 2.5 acres at home. The larger tractors I have in the country and at work are just plain too big to do many of the tasks I do with my 1 series at home and I do not mow the yard with it. There are times I take it to the country to do work I have a hard time with on the larger tractors. I have even used it at work to do tasks a skid steer would have destroyed landscaping to accomplish.

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    Yes I would. The 1023E w/ 54" blower is perfect tractor for snow removal, and excellent 60" 7 iron deck size to mow my lawn. The only bad part is the cost but I guess one gets what one pays for. After awhile I forgot what I payed for it. But is I purchased some other tractor for less I'd never forget what it costs every time I would use it. Best to get what one wants rather than what costs less..........
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