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    Extended Warranty 1025R 2016 tractor

    I bought my 1025 R in June of 2016 talked to my dealer a couple of times about an extended warranty and always decided not to buy one. My dealer told me i had one year from purchase date to buy an extended warranty, if I wanted and then could pick from 1 to 4 years extended. Decided not to do that last year. Last night I received another letter from John Deere asking if I would like a extended warranty again. I decided I was going to purchase it. I figured it would be active from the time I purchased the tractor and would expire in 2020. What came to my shock was the warranty begins on 6/15/2018, not a big deal at all. Then ending date is 6/14/2022, That was the surprise to me. I figured the date would be 2020 coming from the date I bought the tractor.
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    Can I ask what is covers and what it cost you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AVESPERM View Post
    I bought my 1025 R in June of 2016 talked to my dealer a couple of times about an extended warranty and always decided not to buy one. My dealer told me i had one year from purchase date to buy an extended warranty, if I wanted and then could pick from 1 to 4 years extended. Decided not to do that last year. Last night I received another letter from John Deere asking if I would like a extended warranty again. I decided I was going to purchase it. I figured it would be active from the time I purchased the tractor and would expire in 2020. What came to my shock was the warranty begins on 6/15/2018, not a big deal at all. Then ending date is 6/14/2022, That was the surprise to me. I figured the date would be 2020 coming from the date I bought the tractor.
    The "extended warranty" extends the original factory warranty so the start date is the date your original warranty expires. Deere seems to send out those "You can sign up now!" letters every 6 months during the warranty period.
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    Extended Warranty

    Jim R is correct, The same extended warranty you get at your dealership. Except I had bought my tractor almost 2 years ago, June 2018 will be two years. What is also weird is It doesn't take effect till June 2018 and then ends in June of 2022. That will be 6 years from when I purchased the tractor.
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    60 D mower With Mulch Kit with Independent lift
    H120 Loader with AF 12 Forks
    Rear Ballast Box, Front weights 5 at 42 LBS each
    Quick I-Match with 3pt tractor receiver.
    Land Pride RB 1660 with Hydraulic angle
    Tractor Supply RT4 Tractor Line Rototiller Tarter Equipment.
    54" Quick connect Front Blade, Snow Thrower.



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    What is the standard JD warranty?

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    Was the 6 year, 2,000 hour warranty not a thing in 2016?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Was the 6 year, 2,000 hour warranty not a thing in 2016?
    That's only on the power train, I took it he is talking about the bumper to bumper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Was the 6 year, 2,000 hour warranty not a thing in 2016?
    Yes it was but not bumper to bumper for 6 years
    I believe 2 yrs bumper to bumper and additional 4 on the drivetrain
    All attachments are 1 yr I believe
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    But what is there to a tractor that you'd want to warranty besides the engine and transmission? It's a genuine question. I want to know if I'm missing something. Because it seems to me that small things, like steering cylinder, or driveshafts, aren't going to suddenly become defective after two years, you'll probably damage them if anything, which is not covered by a warranty. But even if they are defective, they are easy and cheap (relatively) to fix. It's the engine and transmission that are the big things.

    Also, can you even get an extended warranty on attachments? Like...I bought my loader with the tractor. If I get the extended warranty, will it cover the loader? The MMM deck?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    But what is there to a tractor that you'd want to warranty besides the engine and transmission? It's a genuine question. I want to know if I'm missing something. Because it seems to me that small things, like steering cylinder, or driveshafts, aren't going to suddenly become defective after two years, you'll probably damage them if anything, which is not covered by a warranty. But even if they are defective, they are easy and cheap (relatively) to fix. It's the engine and transmission that are the big things.
    There are LOTS of little things that cost big bucks and they all can just suddenly go bad - including things like hydraulic cylinders and drive shafts.

    Instrument panel: $450
    Alternator: $440
    Loader cylinder: $540
    Hydraulic pump: $600
    Steering valve: $620

    On the new 2-series the linear actuator for the deck is $2000

    JD parts prices are crazy and it's just a matter of "do you feel lucky". Then again, just because you have the extended warranty does not mean everything that goes bad will be covered.
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