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    1. caseysmowing
      No problem. Whenever you get some money in your pocket and want more production look at a stander. You won't see too many people around running them but they are the most productive machine you can buy for yards that are a acre or less. You would have to buy a new one just because almost no one has them around here. I have the only two I have ever seen in my area. I saw one on CL just a little north of us at a dealer for a good price. It was a scag vride for like 6k I think 30 hours. Those belt drive mowers will work on you after awhile so upgrade soon as you can. What are you going to be pulling the trailer with?? Two mowers in a 6x12 enclosed will really work a 1/2 ton with all the hills and mountains.
    2. caseysmowing
      Welcome to the site!! I'm on the other side of the mountain around Staunton. I've seen your CL ad and I'll keep a eye out for some used equipment for you. I'm always on CL or LS looking for deals on stuff.
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    Chris Higgins
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