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    1025 tlb price check

    Found a nice used not sure on year guessing 13 or 14 1025r tlb. Has the 54" deck and is very slick like new condition. Guy is asking 16500 has 130 hours on it. I've priced new and it's at about 22k currently. What do you all think of a deal like that? Seems solid to me, but I'd like to get opinions.

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    Sounds alright. Be sure to check for DBS. If it is a '13 or '14 it could have that issue.

    DBS is Droopy Bucket Syndrome. It is addressed in DTAC 92992. The fix is to replace the valve assembly. To test for it, as soon as they delivered my tractor I drove it over to my truck and put the edge of the bucket under my trailer hitch and lifted. With as much weight on it as possible, very gently and slowly curl the bucket upwards. If it drops - that is DBS and is unacceptable. Mine passed but the two we tested at the dealership did not pass.
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    Ok, I'll be sure to check that. Is that an expensive fix? Sounds like it could be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danroyaz View Post
    Ok, I'll be sure to check that. Is that an expensive fix? Sounds like it could be.
    Don't know, a few hundred at least I would guess. There is a long thread about the issue, it is the last sticky in this forum.
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    1025r TLB, 54" Bucket, R4 Tires (metal valve stems!) with Beet Juice, 60D Mower Deck - mechanical lift, 42" Titan Pallet Forks w/Bale spear, 54" ETA Box Blade, 72" ETA Landscape Rake, iMatch, Ken's Bolt on Hooks and Diff pedal extension, Piranha Tooth Bar and psrumor's Seat Springs

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    Sounds like a great price to me.
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    Sounds like a pretty good deal . Be sure to look it over good and check for hyd. leaks , oil leaks etc. Ask the owner for service records if he has them as well . Good Luck and keep us posted !!!
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    Just my 2 cents but with the now longer warranties on the new machines and the 0 percent that never seems to go away id have a hard time buying used now..

    edit currently I only see 0 on the 2 and 3 series but it always seems to be around..
    edit ok found it 0 percent on 1 series until 1/31/17. Its still around

    https://www.deere.com/en_US/buying_a.../1_family.page
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    Quote Originally Posted by mn1025rfilb View Post
    Just my 2 cents but with the now longer warranties on the new machines and the 0 percent that never seems to go away id have a hard time buying used now..

    edit currently I only see 0 on the 2 and 3 series but it always seems to be around..
    edit ok found it 0 percent on 1 series until 1/31/17. Its still around

    https://www.deere.com/en_US/buying_a.../1_family.page

    It is tempting but the difference in price is pretty major. The warranty is a nice bonus though.
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    Fwiw I'll also be paying cash. Wife wants a new camper so I'll finance it and pay cash for the tractor.

    http://tulsa.craigslist.org/grd/5938734288.html

    Here's a link to the machine
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