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After a lot (A LOT) of research, including quotes after quotes for different models and configs (owe my salesman a beer or two for sure), I made the decision to stick with my original gut and purchase a 2025r. I’m super stoked and these next 2 weeks are going to kill me for sure!

Here’s my load out...

2025r
H120 loader and bucket
60” MMM
Mulching kit
iMatch
Ballast box
R3 Versa Turf tires (loaded)
Mechanical hydraulic diverter valve
HLA snow pusher outfitted with back drag and rubber edges
Also have 2” Bro-Tech rear spacers on the way


Can’t wait to play in the snow with this thing this winter!
 

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Nice! Can’t wait to see you posting pics of your new :greentractorride:

Nothing like the smell of a new tractor. :thumbup1gif:
 

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After a lot (A LOT) of research, including quotes after quotes for different models and configs (owe my salesman a beer or two for sure), I made the decision to stick with my original gut and purchase a 2025r. I’m super stoked and these next 2 weeks are going to kill me for sure!
SWEET! You won't regret going with the 2-series. I couldn't swing the price for a new generation, but found a really nice older gen 2520 just a short distance away with what I needed most, mower and loader. I was walking on eggs for about two weeks, hoping I could get my money together and swing the deal before it got sold to somebody else.

It is just the right size, IMO (2-series). I moved up from an X7, felt the move to a 1-series wasn't enough of a change. Sure looks a bunch bigger when parked next to my 318 in the shed, but it still fits in some tight places in the yard with no problems. Give us a first week's use report when you get it. I guarantee it'll take you that long to get off of it once you get it home.

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congrats I like my 2 series a lot. Enjoy it and be safe!!!:good2::good2:
 

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Congrats on the 2025R, good pick IMO, though I may be slightly biased towards the 2025R. :thumbup1gif:
 

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After a lot (A LOT) of research, including quotes after quotes for different models and configs (owe my salesman a beer or two for sure), I made the decision to stick with my original gut and purchase a 2025r. I’m super stoked and these next 2 weeks are going to kill me for sure!
SWEET! You won't regret going with the 2-series. I couldn't swing the price for a new generation, but found a really nice older gen 2520 just a short distance away with what I needed most, mower and loader. I was walking on eggs for about two weeks, hoping I could get my money together and swing the deal before it got sold to somebody else.

It is just the right size, IMO (2-series). I moved up from an X7, felt the move to a 1-series wasn't enough of a change. Sure looks a bunch bigger when parked next to my 318 in the shed, but it still fits in some tight places in the yard with no problems. Give us a first week's use report when you get it. I guarantee it'll take you that long to get off of it once you get it home.

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Nice! I missed my ticket a few months back on a beautifully used 2008 2720 with FEL and 72” deck and low hours. I was still in my research stages and not ready to finance right then still shuffling some other payoffs. Later learned how much of a gem they are, but I’m pretty stoked to have had the ability to build this one to my own specs.
 

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:good2: Nice congratulations. Will be wait to see pics.
 

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Good for you eMETAL. :thumbup1gif:
 

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Sounds nice, I’d love to have a snow pusher. I’m visiting in Colorado for Thanksgiving and it looks like the tool of choice for snow here.
 
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