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    Here's the final numbers

    After many sleepless nights, numerous discussions, and weeks of research, this family has decided on the 2025R. Here is the breakdown. 2025R with FEL. 54D Auto connect 7 iron MMM and independent hydraulic mower lift. Frontier 60" box blade. I-match quick hitch. Loaded tires (beet juice) the final numbers are $22,900 with 8.10% sales tax added. (Thanks Washington) tractor won't arrive till the end of MAY (Thanks JD)
    I have been tractorless for 7 years. This is not my first tractor, nor will it be my last. This will be the third tractor purchased from this dealership, and from this trusted salesman. Could I drive farther and save a few bucks? Surely. I believe this to be a fair deal. I've owned too big, and owned too small, and believe this size to be just right. Internet purchases before she arrives will be a Bxpanded Piranha tooth bar and Omni carry-all and weight hitch, and three more suitcase weights.
    7 years with the last 2 being on an LA125 was 7 years too long. I'm ready. This is a hobby to me. I used my tractors for EVERYTHING. I fabricate my own implements. I do my own servicing. I have a couple years worth of projects already lined up. Waiting two more months is painful, but what's two months when it's been 7 years, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutsploder View Post
    After many sleepless nights, numerous discussions, and weeks of research, this family has decided on the 2025R. Here is the breakdown. 2025R with FEL. 54D Auto connect 7 iron MMM and independent hydraulic mower lift. Frontier 60" box blade. I-match quick hitch. Loaded tires (beet juice) the final numbers are $22,900 with 8.10% sales tax added. (Thanks Washington) tractor won't arrive till the end of MAY (Thanks JD)
    I have been tractorless for 7 years. This is not my first tractor, nor will it be my last. This will be the third tractor purchased from this dealership, and from this trusted salesman. Could I drive farther and save a few bucks? Surely. I believe this to be a fair deal. I've owned too big, and owned too small, and believe this size to be just right. Internet purchases before she arrives will be a Bxpanded Piranha tooth bar and Omni carry-all and weight hitch, and three more suitcase weights.
    7 years with the last 2 being on an LA125 was 7 years too long. I'm ready. This is a hobby to me. I used my tractors for EVERYTHING. I fabricate my own implements. I do my own servicing. I have a couple years worth of projects already lined up. Waiting two more months is painful, but what's two months when it's been 7 years, right?

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    Congrats...I just bought a 1025r. We knew we were going to need something when we bought our property. I was very fortunate that they had one on the lot. It was in the driveway 2 hours after signing the papers. Unfortunately it seems to be raining everyday I’ve been off since.


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    Congrats on the

    I lucked out, they had two on the lot when I made the switch from my 1023. That number seems good to me, pretty much what mine was, only difference was a 60" deck and Frontier disc harrows, and no independent lift.
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    Congratulations.

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    Congrats G. You'll love it.
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    on the new

    Here practice with this... You already seem skilled at it and I am guessing your threads will have a few posts with and how skillfully you wield it
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    Congratulations Gutsploder.
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    Congratulations on the new tractor and welcome to GTT.

    Sounds like you are way overdue for some quality seat time.

    Just two years of projects? I bet in two months you'll be able to lengthen that list beyond the break-in period.
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