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Old 02-23-2013, 07:06 PM
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May be wrong on this, but I don't we are talking about the 925a, but the 950a. The 930m and the 950a is not the same engine
Sorry for any confusion. Just throwing it out there. Thought someone has a couple 925a's in this thread. I have one so it appeals to me lol.
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Old 02-23-2013, 07:15 PM
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theres just something that ticks me off about having to order accesories I dont want or need, pay 13k for, then pay even more to buy the foot pedal or deck lift when they just as easily could have shipped it the way I wanted and for less than having to deal with some dipshits "brilliant" idea to make classes for mowers and essentually build down the mower (no crossporting etc) to get options I want. This isnt some Merceds where to get the heated and cooled seats I need the heated stearing wheel I dont want, this is bare bones basic crap that is not a luxery but a simple matter of my business and lively hood they are making difficult for no reason other than utter stupidity because they cant simply cant leave well enough along or just offer options like every freakin other manufacture does.
I hope whomever came up with this loses his job and fast!
Yes, I was hoping they would keep the regular 900A series along with this lineup, but apparently not. I think they did it to make a wider range of prices depending on a persons needs. Like I mentioned before, the 930M is same engine and deck as 925A, but is cheaper (according to my dealer). But isn't that what the lighter commercial 700 series is for? They should of kept the 900a lineup and threw in optional additions or subtractions to each machine. Ya want c and c? Okay we will get that installed. You want to save money and go with handbrake instead of foot brake? Alright we will install a handbrake.

Same with the new flex forks they have. It's something you can add to any machine, but its not standard.

I also heard there are plans for a smaller framed diesel 997 but they are waiting till all the tier 4 stuff or something. Wouldn't be till 2014. I won't believe it till I see it.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:45 PM
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i got my z920a for $7900. i'm sure that's cheaper than any of the new ones b, m, or r.
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Old 02-24-2013, 12:12 AM
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i got my z920a for $7900. i'm sure that's cheaper than any of the new ones b, m, or r.
A new Z915B runs about $7,000. But that is without a Kawasaki engine...
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:45 AM
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yeah i got a kawi engine on mine. z915 is gonna have a smaller engine too. it's gonna be like the z910a model.
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Old 04-19-2014, 07:33 PM
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i got my z920a for $7900. i'm sure that's cheaper than any of the new ones b, m, or r.
Well not really, z915b`s(Kohler) are priced at $6999.00 here.I priced a 920m for $7799.00 + tax and a 930m for $8299.00 + tax.both are Kawasaki`s 23.5 and 25.5
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Old 04-20-2014, 10:06 PM
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Well not really, z915b`s(Kohler) are priced at $6999.00 here.I priced a 920m for $7799.00 + tax and a 930m for $8299.00 + tax.both are Kawasaki`s 23.5 and 25.5
I would be all over that 930m for that price. Was that with the suspension seat?
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Old 12-30-2014, 07:09 PM
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Z915B w/60= $7,790
Z920M w/60= $8,779
Z930M w/60= $9,079
Z950M w/60 $9,579
Z930R w/60= $10,490
Z950R w/60= $10,790

2014 models.
What do you guys think? Are these good deals or not so much?

I was debating about the 930R or the 950R.
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Old 12-30-2014, 07:21 PM
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Z915B w/60= $7,790
Z920M w/60= $8,779
Z930M w/60= $9,079
Z950M w/60 $9,579
Z930R w/60= $10,490
Z950R w/60= $10,790

2014 models.
What do you guys think? Are these good deals or not so much?

I was debating about the 930R or the 950R.
Those prices don't seem out of line, but I'm not a huge Deere guy.
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Old 12-30-2014, 08:10 PM
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Z915B w/60= $7,790
Z920M w/60= $8,779
Z930M w/60= $9,079
Z950M w/60 $9,579
Z930R w/60= $10,490
Z950R w/60= $10,790

2014 models.
What do you guys think? Are these good deals or not so much?

I was debating about the 930R or the 950R.
That's a pretty good deal on a 2014 950R. That would be my pick of those listed. I run a Z950A (and prefer that to the newer R models for several reasons), but like I said, that is a pretty good deal on that 950, at least a round here.
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