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Woodland
03-30-2010, 06:19 AM
Selling off my 2008 BOP Quick Samurai - $3000

Mower currently has 37.3 hours on it. This machine is not being used right now. It is a great machine, just didn't fit with the types of accounts that I currently have. BOP is a small manufacturer in South Carolina that makes very rugged walk behind mowers for the commercial market. Check out their webpage to see more information about them and their mowers. Also, do a search on here to see review from fellow professionals.

http://betteroutdoorproducts.com/index.asp?page=ProductDetails&Item=16KE-44-08

The mower I am selling is the 44" single hydro unit. It comes with the ride on sulky, grass catcher and mulch kit. It sports a 16 HP Kawasaki engine with electric start. The cut on this machine is very nice and it runs excellent. It is very easy to maneuver (I have never actually mowed with the sulky) and cuts as fast as my riding mower! Keep in mind, this is not the dual hydro unit.

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2007 Cub Cadet Wide Cut Mower

This is not a commercial machine. I purchased this mower to replace a Troy-Bilt Wide Cut Mower that was no longer in production. I was told this was the "replacement" since Cub Cadet bought out Troy-Bilt. This is not as nice as the old Troy-Bilt and is not built for commercial use. It is a good mower for residential use or perhaps as a small space mower for a commercial crew, however. It has very low hours. It is currently in storage for the winter so I'm not sure of the exact count. It is in almost new condition since it was only used a few times on the job and or mowing the house lawn a few weeks last season. It has a 33" deck, electric start and a mulch baffle. The cut is adequate, although not spectacular.

http://www.cubcadet.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_10051_14101_162710_33830_-1_600000_1210164