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Good luck when I wanted one I looked for 12 months then finally broke down and ordered one.
 

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There is a fellow by Eau Claire that has had one on Craig's List for quite awhile. If I recall correctly, he is asking north of $4k. It includes the hitch, front PTO, etc for a 900 series, I believe. I'm thinking you could purchase new for less than he's asking.

I've been looking for a 60 for about a year myself. I may have to break down and purchase a new one this fall.
 

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Mine was over 5 with the front three point hitch for my 2038R. I was able to get $500 off and 0% because I put it on my Invoice when I traded my 16 1025 for my 18 1025. It was for my 2038R but I used it has my second implement along with my mower deck on the 1025R. Used it last weekend an swept 1/2 the yard will finish up this Saturday. It really cleans the thatch out of the yard.
 

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That's all I was going to use it for was to sweep gravel off some lawns, and maybe try it on some sidewalks next winter, I have a few gravel driveways that got a little wider this year, getting to old to rake, been watching for one all winter, didn't think they would be that hard to find.
 

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Used ones are out there.
I had been looking for about a year also.
Found one at a local dealership with almost new bristles for $1250 minus the hitch attachment plate for the quick hitch, got a little over $1500 in it. Shows a little aging but mechanically good.
The guy that traded it bought a new tractor and thought the old broom looked yucky on the new tractor so he bought a new one.
 

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52 Broom

Decided to buy a new one, ordered it on Monday, 2 weeks out, my dealer just sold 4 of them the week before, went with the 52, price was 2200.00 with driveshaft, the 60 was 3895.00 with driveshaft, will use it for sweeping gravel off the lawns and maybe try it next winter on light snowfalls on sidewalks, I have 10 gravel driveways and with all the snow we had this year up here in Central Wi, I wound up pushing a lot of gravel on the lawns, be putting this on a 1025r should be a good combination, not to heavy and very agile.
 
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