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I went to my local Sears hardware today and they had a LT on clearance for $650.

I am thinking about it. Seems like a great price. I could put my older tractor out to pasture or sell it and pay for part of it.

Decisions, decisions, decisions.
 

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Was this a return? I was told by a sears sales guy that returns can be had for 50% off retail plus any coupons or 10% offs they have going on. That was why I bought my self propelled high wheeler.... not because I needed it. :thumbsup:
 

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Nope, still new, just a display model. It would replace my older LT that I use the hell out of. It still runs good, but it is starting to show its age a bit.

I'm gonna try and get it for around $550. At that number, its a no brainer.
 

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Yeah that seems like a pretty good price on the GT5000 but if I remember, some people actually saw it for closer to $2000-2400 in some areas which is simply OUTSTANDING IMHO. I know by the time that I used a sales discount, added the extra goodies, and extended warranty and tax, I was well in the 3's ---- :monkey:

But it is a fabulous GT for the money even at 3 out the door in my opinion!!! Might not be green and yella but it is one hella of fella!
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Bought it today. Got it for $450 (plus tax) delivered with the bagger!!!!!! What a steal.

I already have someone lined up to buy my older one for $300. So for $150, I get a new tractor. Only bad part is I have just sunk $200 into the one I'm selling. I guess I'll live and learn.
 
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