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    2017 1025r tlb ???

    does anyone know of any changes to the 2017 1025r tlb ?
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    I haven't heard or read of any. That being said, I'm not exactly kept in on any special "informational loops." Haven't read any rumors either.
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    I think the only changes last year were adding dual struts to the hood and changing the headlights to clear lenses? I also have not read anything from Deere about 2017 mods. I wonder just how much those new lights cost, me likey!
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    im trying to decide if I wanna buy now and take advantage of the current offers or wait till 2017 comes out and either buy a 16 as a left over or get a new 17. if I wait I will loose the 0% for 60mo. and I will loose the attachment rebates that I was offered.
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    Unlike cars, model year means nearly nothing with tractors. There haven't been any rumors about changes to the 1 series, I think Deere was focusing on the 2 series this time. If you want one, I'd buy now.
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    They have consistently renewed the 0% financing "offer." I don't see it going away. I say that also because there is no such thing as 0% financing, they still make profit on the financing, its just buried in the purchase price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbfrancis3 View Post
    They have consistently renewed the 0% financing "offer." I don't see it going away. I say that also because there is no such thing as 0% financing, they still make profit on the financing, its just buried in the purchase price.
    A agree with what you're saying, "there is no such thing as a free lunch", as my dad used to say.

    That being said, I was very happy to get 0% for 60 months on my new tractor purchase. I'm happy with the deal I got , or maybe the deal I think I got.... I got 0 money down, 0% for 60 months, and 18% and some fraction, off of the "list" price you see on the JD web site when pricing tractors. The delivered it 80 miles away and arrived with a full tank of fuel...

    Maybe I could have saved some more money by offering to pay cash, but it's socked away and I don't want to spend it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikR View Post
    A agree with what you're saying, "there is no such thing as a free lunch", as my dad used to say.

    That being said, I was very happy to get 0% for 60 months on my new tractor purchase. I'm happy with the deal I got , or maybe the deal I think I got.... I got 0 money down, 0% for 60 months, and 18% and some fraction, off of the "list" price you see on the JD web site when pricing tractors. The delivered it 80 miles away and arrived with a full tank of fuel...

    Maybe I could have saved some more money by offering to pay cash, but it's socked away and I don't want to spend it...
    Good deal, Erik.
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    talked to my dealer today on a 2016 1025r tractor , loader , backhoe with 60" MMM im at 21,268.90 OTD
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    Quote Originally Posted by scarecrow View Post
    talked to my dealer today on a 2016 1025r tractor , loader , backhoe with 60" MMM im at 21,268.90 OTD
    That is about as good as it gets, especially if with tax.
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    Imatch hitch
    2 inch receiver for three point
    "18" cart
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    Ken's hooks and differential lock pedal
    Artillian 36" forks
    Stihl equipment: Saws; MS261C, MS462C, MS661RCM and Blower; BR600 and Trimmer; FS70R and Hedge Cutter; HL 56K and Pressure Washer; RB400
    Husky log splitter

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