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    New Z994R Commercial Z-track (smaller diesel)

    Don’t know how long this has been out. It got may attention being a smaller diesel than their only 997 monster for years. I configured it with a 60” deck and full suspension seat - $18,100. Ouch....

    Zero-Turn Mowers | ZTrak™ Z994R Diesel 24.7 HP (18.4-kW) | John Deere US

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    First I have heard of it. It may compete with the Kubota smaller diesel. Also being under 25hp no need to worry about the Teir 4 regulations
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifterbike View Post
    First I have heard of it. It may compete with the Kubota smaller diesel. Also being under 25hp no need to worry about the Teir 4 regulations
    That’s why it caught my eye. I don’t need a monster 997 and was looking at the Kubota. I haven’t compared price and features yet.
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    25 horse diesel should spin a 60" deck without a problem and probably a lot lighter than a 997 with a 72" deck.

    Looks more compact too.

    Suspension seat seems to be a newer design than the one on my 997.
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    Have not seen one yet. Looks to be built on the mid frame Z900. We were always wondering when Deere would make a mid frame diesel.
    We also wondered who the screw stick set up guy/salesman is that is gonna fill it up with gas! All we had was the 997 for diesel z turns and its hard to mistake that tank for anything else! Now this thing looks like yur typical Z900.. Hmmm. Should be intetesting! Lol. It's happened to Gators..

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcopterdoc View Post
    Have not seen one yet. Looks to be built on the mid frame Z900. We were always wondering when Deere would make a mid frame diesel.
    We also wondered who the screw stick set up guy/salesman is that is gonna fill it up with gas! All we had was the 997 for diesel z turns and its hard to mistake that tank for anything else! Now this thing looks like yur typical Z900.. Hmmm. Should be intetesting! Lol. It's happened to Gators..

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    Happens with trucks too, a couple of years ago cousin's wife filled up his new Dodge Ram with the Cummins with gasoline, 3 - 4 grand if I remember right for the fix'en.
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    When I was at my local JD dealer couple weeks past, the salesman that sold me my Z710A was trying to get me interested in the NEW 2019 Z700R series that will soon arrive. Also, he was talking about how John Deere has lost some 21% in their Zero Turn mowers the past two years. John Deere seems to have forgotten there are "others" Zero Turn brands on the market and many dollars cheaper to complete with. I would guess some higher upper bosses can figure how to drop the loss of sales by bringing back good quality mid size mowers to meet the competition.

    We will see what happens and what results will come with the lower costs mowers that JD will put on the market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbeaag View Post
    When I was at my local JD dealer couple weeks past, the salesman that sold me my Z710A was trying to get me interested in the NEW 2019 Z700R series that will soon arrive. Also, he was talking about how John Deere has lost some 21% in their Zero Turn mowers the past two years. John Deere seems to have forgotten there are "others" Zero Turn brands on the market and many dollars cheaper to complete with. I would guess some higher upper bosses can figure how to drop the loss of sales by bringing back good quality mid size mowers to meet the competition.

    We will see what happens and what results will come with the lower costs mowers that JD will put on the market.
    My local JD dealer sells way more Scag and Hustlers than JD models. I personally own a Scag Tiger Cat and love it.

    Edit: Mine is a gasoline powered 22hp Kawasaki.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    My local JD dealer sells way more Scag and Hustlers than JD models. I personally own a Scag Tiger Cat and love it.

    Edit: Mine is a gasoline powered 22hp Kawasaki.
    Been seeing a bunch of new Toro ZT's in the neighborhood the last year or so.

    The Deere dealer ain't got nothing they can compete with price wise at the dealership.
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