But when you stop and think about it, in order to get the model that accepts a 5/8 shaft I will spend $611.49 plus $19.75 shipping. Whereas I could spend $538.99 for the model that accepts a 3/4 shaft. That's a $92 difference. I can buy another cheap engine that's 5.5 hp with a 3/4 shaft for just a little more than $92 and be at the same spot expense wise that way. The only difference is, I would have a D252 with a 5.5 hp engine instead of a D252 with the 2.5 hp engine that I already have.
8 years in the business.
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