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    2018 Deere ZRT Z997R

    Does John Deere still produce Z997R for 2018? I cannot even configure Z997R on their website. I called several dealers in my area, no one seems to know or has 2018 Z997R. I hope someone has insight info about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    Does John Deere still produce Z997R for 2018? I cannot even configure Z997R on their website. I called several dealers in my area, no one seems to know or has 2018 Z997R. I hope someone has insight info about it.

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    Come to think of it, I haven't seen a *R* at the dealer since they first came out (was there just 2 weeks ago) or being
    used anywhere.

    There are some regular 997's floating around here, but no R's.
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    Z997r

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    I thought it was only offered in an “R” since the change but haven’t really looked into it.

    If you guys are saying they aren’t going to make the 997 at all anymore I had better buy the used one I’ve been looking at.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    I thought it was only offered in an “R” since the change but haven’t really looked into it.

    If you guys are saying they aren’t going to make the 997 at all anymore I had better buy the used one I’ve been looking at.....
    Pressure building on ya there Stan, building!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    I thought it was only offered in an “R” since the change but haven’t really looked into it.

    If you guys are saying they aren’t going to make the 997 at all anymore I had better buy the used one I’ve been looking at.....
    That was my understanding. The 997 is only available with the R options. It has been like that for a few years as far as I know. When I bought my 2015 Z950R it was that way. I didn't look at them much before then.


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    Don't know if it's a misprint, but my local dealer shows a 2018 997R in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    Don't know if it's a misprint, but my local dealer shows a 2018 997R in stock.
    My local dealers have no idea.

    Is it matter if you have to buy 2017 or 2018 model? If it is a car or truck, it is matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    My local dealers have no idea.

    Is it matter if you have to buy 2017 or 2018 model? If it is a car or truck, it is matter.

    Thanks,
    Not sure where your from, but my dealer sells many every year. Deere still makes them, you just need a dealer that knows whats going on with the world. Sounds like yours dont..
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    I was at a John Deere deal last Friday and they have two (2) out front ready to mow. That is if you have the dough in hand.

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