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Old 03-07-2010, 11:15 PM
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Need a Price Quote

i a looking for NEW prices for the following items

ALL HELP IS APPRECIATED

Walker MD (20.9-hp Kubota three-cylinder diesel engine)
9.5 bushel GHS
42in deck
power dump

also if possible what is the price of
dozer blade
implement hitch
72in side discharge deck
42in snowblower

Thanks to all who can give a price even if it is just for one piece.
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Old 03-07-2010, 11:33 PM
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don't trust your dealer?
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Old 03-08-2010, 08:38 AM
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don't trust your dealer?
closest dealer is closed sunday and monday. they do good work but i am just researching.
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Old 03-08-2010, 09:31 AM
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Pioneer Quotes from OKC

These quotes are from my dealer in OKC, Pioneer Equipment. We were looking at the price difference between the 2 gas options and the diesel option.

MTGHSA23 $10350.00 48" mulching deck $2215.00 $12565(list) $10369
MTGHSA25 $12470.00 " " $2215.00 $14658(list) $12098
MTGHSA21D $14570.00 " " $2215.00 $16785(list) $13793

The bold is our price on a GHS with a 48" mulching deck. 42 in deck should be about $600 less I think. I hope this helps.
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2010 John Deere 930A w/ 7-Iron II MOD deck (gas)
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200 gal Cub Cadet skid sprayer w/ 5.5 hp Kawasaki
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:56 PM
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yea thanks im looking at the diesel because i want to use it all year and the kubota engins last a good long time
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Old 03-08-2010, 02:13 PM
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Kubota

Its a little tough to swallow that $3,000+ price gap on the diesel but you're absolutely right about Kubota. We have a 23 hp Kohler which had to have the engine replaced at 1,000 hrs; our Kubota diesel with around 1,200 hrs doesn't even feel broken in yet and has a lot more torque for pulling our 50 gal boom sprayer. The only way I would purchase the gas engine is if you're on a two year trading cycle because it would be a bit difficult to recoop the price difference; unfortunately, most Walker dealers don't give much or anything for a trade-in allowance. If you're going to keep the mower until it quits, I wouldn't buy anything but Kubota on a Walker.
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16' Trailer w/ 4' expanded metal sides
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2006 Walker GHS w/ LC Kubota 20.9 hp (diesel)
2010 John Deere 930A w/ 7-Iron II MOD deck (gas)
2006 John Deere 757 w/ 60" 7-Iron II MOD deck (gas)
200 gal Cub Cadet skid sprayer w/ 5.5 hp Kawasaki
50gal Atwoods spray rig w/ 8' boom and 300' hose on Hannay reel
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Old 03-08-2010, 02:47 PM
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i will without a doubt keep the waker until it DIES then ill probably rebuild it and put a CAT 3 cylinder straight diesel in it. or get a new one.

i did call my local dealer and he said that the base mower was 13000 and the GHS decks were between 2500 and 3500 depending on size BUT, dealer said that there was no 42in ghs. i was a little confused when he said this because if you get on walkers web site they list the 36, 42, 48, 52 in GHS decks.

does anyone know if you can put the 72in side discharge deck on a GHS deck?
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Old 03-08-2010, 02:52 PM
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Walker Decks

Any deck can be put on any Walker mower (with the exception of course being a GHS deck on a non-GHS mower). As far as their website goes, they don't always update it when they add or remove a deck from their lineup so its best to call Walker directly @ 970-221-5614 to ask them about decks. Also, Walker doesn't make a 72" SD deck, its actually a 74" deck. I hope this helps! -Kyle
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2003 F-250 Crew Cab V-10
2000 F-250 Reg Cab V-8
16' Trailer w/ 4' expanded metal sides
16' Trailer w/ open sides
2007 Walker GHS w/ Air-Cooled Kohler 23hp (gas)
2006 Walker GHS w/ LC Kubota 20.9 hp (diesel)
2010 John Deere 930A w/ 7-Iron II MOD deck (gas)
2006 John Deere 757 w/ 60" 7-Iron II MOD deck (gas)
200 gal Cub Cadet skid sprayer w/ 5.5 hp Kawasaki
50gal Atwoods spray rig w/ 8' boom and 300' hose on Hannay reel
Handheld: 80% Stihl - 20% Shindaiwa (too many to list)
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:34 PM
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ok 74 vrs 72 just makes me mow 2in more per pass lol... ill just make sure my trailer is wide enough when i upgrade.
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:13 PM
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Any deck can be put on any Walker mower (with the exception of course being a GHS deck on a non-GHS mower). As far as their website goes, they don't always update it when they add or remove a deck from their lineup so its best to call Walker directly @ 970-221-5614 to ask them about decks. Also, Walker doesn't make a 72" SD deck, its actually a 74" deck. I hope this helps! -Kyle
tks i called that number as soon as i saw your post, they helped me out. turns out the website is up to date and my dealer is just a little late. "sorry bout the rhyme" Looks like it will be around 15000 for mower and 42GHS deck or 16000 for 74in SD desk.
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