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I'm going down the road of purchasing a 1025r, and was wondering what others are paying?

Went into the dealer today, and a 1025r factory TLB was 21500 before tax or implements.
after taxes, with a bb2048, and af11 pallet forks I'm 26,500 out the door. It seems the price has gone up recently, as the one we purchased in 2017 was 2400 out the door for the same package.

Thanks all, I can already feel the tractor fever residing, along with plenty of reading GTT In my spare time.

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Went into the dealer today, and a 1025r factory TLB was 21500 before tax or implements.
Hmmm... That's a little confusing (The loader and backhoe are implements! :laugh:) but $21K for the 1025R TL is a 16% discount from MSRP. That seems to be slightly better than average deal. Most people seem to come in in the 12%-15% range.
 

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I can't speak to the price, but I would consider the AP10F forks instead. They are lighter, so you don't sacrifice as much lifting capacity.

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Road trip to Oregon....0 sales tax.

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Went into the dealer today, and a 1025r factory TLB was 21500 before tax or implements.
after taxes, with a bb2048, and af11 pallet forks I'm 26,500 out the door. It seems the price has gone up recently, as the one we purchased in 2017 was 2400 out the door for the same package.
The TLB price seems good, the bb2048 and af11 aren’t worth $3000+, comparable implements can be had for half that.


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The TLB price seems good, the bb2048 and af11 aren’t worth $3000+, comparable implements can be had for half that.


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Yeah that is true, but he stated that the sales tax is included in that $3k.
 

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Yeah that is true, but he stated that the sales tax is included in that $3k.
I figured the sales tax in my calculation (taking a guess at 8%): $21,500 x 1.08 = $23,220; $26,500 - $23,220 = $3,280; back out the sales tax on the $3,280 (again assuming 8%) and we have $3,280 x (1-0.08) = $3,017 for the two implements. They may be including JD insurance, I think that was $300 for me, so perhaps the implements are really around $2,700 or so, still pricey for forks and a box blade. I would shoot for another $500 to $750 off the package deal (ask for $750 and take $500).
 

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I'm going down the road of purchasing a 1025r, and was wondering what others are paying?

Went into the dealer today, and a 1025r factory TLB was 21500 before tax or implements.
after taxes, with a bb2048, and af11 pallet forks I'm 26,500 out the door. It seems the price has gone up recently, as the one we purchased in 2017 was 2400 out the door for the same package.

Thanks all, I can already feel the tractor fever residing, along with plenty of reading GTT In my spare time.

Regards
Billybob Lockwood
I got my tractor in March. $20,229 out the door for 1025R TLB.

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