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  • #16
    I never heard of Oregon before.. until now.. What is it ?

    Oregon is a brand of outdoor power equipment parts, including one of the most popular brand of chain saw bars and chains. Oregon is a supplier of after market parts and some tools and accessories like ProLocker and a brand of sulkies (without checking the catalog I am not sure of the brand of the sulkies).

    Here is Oregon's website.

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    • #17
      Ugh, i just found out that I will be leasing this ZTR mower for 3 yrs then I will have the option to buy. I am reading these documents and I feel like I just got screwed
      That sucks! sounds like your dealer is kinda shady! He should have explained this to you.
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      • #18
        That sucks! sounds like your dealer is kinda shady! He should have explained this to you.
        Just seem to be paying an arm and a leg for something i'm leasing for 3 yrs (36 months at $313.07)

        Then I got 1st payment.. $313.07 + Last payment $313.07 + Doc fees $226.00 = Total of $852.14 that I have to dish out

        I don't even have 100$ in my business account, I've sent bills but the big ones (the schools haven't payed me yet )

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        • #19
          Just seem to be paying an arm and a leg for something i'm leasing for 3 yrs (36 months at $313.07)

          Then I got 1st payment.. $313.07 + Last payment $313.07 + Doc fees $226.00 = Total of $852.14
          Justin, I think I would have to back out of that deal.
          $11496.52 over 36 months and still not own it? I dont think so!
          and a dock fee? what the hell? And the mower you showed in the pic. has a stamped deck.
          I dont even know your dealer,but from what I have heard so far, I dont like him. Do you still have your other rider? or did he swindle that out of you too?
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          • #20
            Justin, I think I would have to back out of that deal.
            $11496.52 over 36 months and still not own it? I dont think so!
            and a dock fee? what the hell? And the mower you showed in the pic. has a stamped deck.
            I dont even know your dealer,but from what I have heard so far, I dont like him. Do you still have your other rider? or did he swindle that out of you too?
            Yeah I'm reading my document and figuring out a price on this thing and it so ridiculous. I was told heavy payments in summer time and low payments in winter. I don't even see anything that says this anywhere.

            The dealer just called this "financing company" and they contacted me and stuff. I was approved.. of course..

            I don't know what to do anymore.. I need a Zero turn bad.. but I don't want to pay $11496.52 for a machine that I am only leasing for 3 yrs and it's not even mine

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            • #21
              Yeah I'm reading my document and figuring out a price on this thing and it so ridiculous. I was told heavy payments in summer time and low payments in winter. I don't even see anything that says this anywhere.

              The dealer just called this "financing company" and they contacted me and stuff. I was approved.. of course..

              I don't know what to do anymore.. I need a Zero turn bad.. but I don't want to pay $11496.52 for a machine that I am only leasing for 3 yrs and it's not even mine
              That's about a crock. For that kind of money it better drop 2 solid gold coins into your hand everyday. I would check into "buying" one. Leasing is seldom a good deal. You may have to check into other brands to get a good deal. Heck for $11,000 you could get a propane powered Dixie Chopper that is rated to cut almost 10 acres per hour (yes, 10 acres). I only know this because I saw it on the internet just today.

              I would try to check around and let them have their mower if they are that proud of it.

              Good luck,
              Eli

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              • #22
                Justin forget that Husqvarna crap for that kind of money.
                I don't know what kind of financing incentives the dealers up in Canada are offering but here in the states I have seen 0% for 6 months or 3.9% for 3 years. If money is tight for you I would suggest looking at demoes.
                A buddy of mine just saved $$$$ on a Exmark Lazer Z with only 20 hours on it.
                Full warranty and financing incentives applied.

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                • #23
                  Yeah Justin,
                  It sounds like you may be getting the shaft on this one dude. Bring the damn thing back. I have purchased some great machines brand new for a lot less than that. Yes, you need a Z. You've been talking about it for years & I am glad to see you making that step but not at that cost. That's just insane.

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                  • #24
                    He ordered the machine so it should be in tomrororw or Tuesday. I went to Husqvarna because it's the only close dealer I got. He's like 5 minutes from my house and i've already bought lots of stuff from them too. Next option, is John Deere, 45 minutes away from here.

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                    • #25
                      Justin:

                      Have you already signed the lease agreement?
                      Start a profitable lawn care business.

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                      • #26
                        Justin:

                        Have you already signed the lease agreement?
                        No I haven't
                        The agreement is too big to post, otherwise I would show it to you guys

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                        • #27
                          What kind of deal will they give you for a purchase with payments (not a lease)? Like I said before, you could buy an expensive mower (Dixie Chopper) for that price. I agree, you need a ZTR, but not at that price. That will greatly affect your bottom line.

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                          • #28
                            What kind of deal will they give you for a purchase with payments (not a lease)? Like I said before, you could buy an expensive mower (Dixie Chopper) for that price. I agree, you need a ZTR, but not at that price. That will greatly affect your bottom line.
                            I'm gonna double check what price they got for me, I gave them an approximate price of $10,000, maybe that's why my lease goes up to almost 11,000$. The original price on the machine is about $8500

                            I will have more info for you guys tomorrow, see what's going on

                            But even after 3 yrs, they should be able to give it to me, i payed full price (according to the lease)

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                            • #29
                              My mower was ordered like 2 weeks ago and it still hasn't come in yet.. I got financed through the local bank here today and I had everything going... got back to my dealer.. still didn't have it

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                              • #30
                                Keep us posted Justin.
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