That's good. The dealer didn't even want to get close to the 20% discount. I probably could have worked with other dealers but the price was fine with me and I hate going through the negotiation process.Congrats! I love mine!
I ended up going the traditional financing route. The math was so close with the 20% equine discount that I preferred to finance through Kubota and get the KTAC insurance.
Back after a week ban.Nice looking setup! I'm jealous that is the tractor I should have gotten.
I'll definitely think about that next time. Funny thing is, the day after I signed paperwork for the L3301 my buddy called me and said his Aunt was moving and was selling all of her equipment. She was a widow but she still had employees that kept her property up and used really nice equipment.Back after a week ban.
I said the same thing for over a year until I finally had enough sold my L3301 and made a deal on my current tractor. I've always heard the saying "Buy one step bigger in the tractor you think you need."