View Full Version : 48" PROPANE Exmark TTHP

08-14-2011, 09:59 PM
I have a 2 year old 48" exmark tthp that runs on LP gas. 20# tank.
19hp Kawi electric start
good tires
600 somethin hours (dont remember off the top of my head)
2 sets of blades
Damn good condition

This thing is awesome and the only reason I'm selling is because I simply don't need it. I bought it as a back up and I'd like to move it and replace it with a more suitable back up machine, this one is too nice to sit lol.

I'll get pictures up tomorrow. Price starts at $3500

You can convert it to gas if you want, all you need is a tank, fuel lines and a carb. But the propane is way cheaper, AND some people eat the clean fuel stuff right up!

11-06-2011, 12:07 PM
Bump- $2500 obo.

11-06-2011, 04:33 PM
Definitely interested, could you provide some pics?

11-06-2011, 04:55 PM
Sure PM me a phone # or email and I'll text/email some
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11-08-2011, 06:38 PM
PMs returned, emails sent... BUMP

11-09-2011, 09:25 AM
pics please

11-09-2011, 07:02 PM
Never heard back on a serial number to confirm its age???

11-09-2011, 07:08 PM
Sorry I go to school 3 hrs away from the equipment. Won't be back until Friday.
I'll just post the pics I took later once I get on a computer.
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01-22-2012, 04:53 PM

I know this thread is a little dormant.....but ive been wondering.

Ive been following some threads on here about propane use....

How would you rate fuel consumption/ ultimately the cost of operation with propane vs gasoline?

01-22-2012, 05:01 PM
Machine sold months ago for $1900, sorry for not updating I don't get on here much anymore.

As far as consumption goes I would say it was as good as a gas model. Life on the tank was about a full day of residentials but it was only a 20lb tank which was somewhat "small"
The 60" turf tracer models have a larger tank for the 20hp+ motors which makes sense. Overall I had zero complaints and wouldn't hesitate to buy another. However idk if I'd spend the $ to convert my other machines over unless I could contract fuel with a fill station on site, only downfall was availability of fuel. Otherwise it was only $15 or so to fill it up compared to +/- $20 for a 5 gal tank but to have extra on hand you'd have to buy another tank which is $100-$200. I'm sure there's tax deductions for the Mowers as I know there is for running it in trucks but I never looked into it...
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