I think the deal will come down to giving the mower a value of $5500. And what some of you that say it's a bad idea don't understand, is that it only takes me 20 mins. to mow his yard. So, I'll mow his yard for 3 yrs (90 total mows) in trade for the mower. Each mow will cost me approx. $20 for labor and gas. So way I figure, I'll have $1800 invested in the mower. Even with depreciation, that's a good deal. Actually, it's a great deal. Also, someone made a comment about why would I want a 72" mower that can't be used on 90% of comm. accts. Well, I don't really know what he's talking about but all my commercial accounts are large properties and a 72" mower and 61" running will really cut down my time. Also, several people said I should buy it outright. Well, why would I want to pay $7200 for something that I can get for $1800 and I want have to put all that cash out of pocket. I'm going to talk to him again this week and I'm going to try to do the deal. I'd be a idiot not to.
2005 F350 PowerStroke
1990 GMC Sierra 4x4
1981 Chevy 1 ton
2008 Yamaha 350 Grizzly
7x16 Enclosed Homesteader Trailer
7x16 Landscape Trailer
7x16 Landscape Trailer double gates
(2) Snappers Pro 52" WB's
2012 Scag Turf Tiger
Whole bunch of weedeaters and blowers, etc.
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