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Old 03-30-2013, 10:19 AM
dbear dbear is offline
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Fictional?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/261111341950

I also bought mine off ebay (direct from Havener) for $19XX.
Wow, that's quite the price range: $1000 difference depending upon source. I wonder why Havener runs different prices from their own site to ebay. I also wonder if you could get the ebay price from them directly. Harbor Freight does that crap too. They'll run 3 different prices: internet, sales flyer, and local store. You can't get either of the first 2 prices without proof.
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Old 08-16-2013, 11:20 PM
kennymo81 kennymo81 is offline
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I have just purchased a new home with around 1.2 acres of hilly lawn to cut. Some of the hills are borderline too steep for a ride on (20-25 incline) so I am looking for a wide cut walk behind. I will be using it solely for my property so a residential mower will do for me. Any ideas for my best option, with a budget of $2000?
Ex mark Commercial 30 all the way. 1800 will probably last for 20 years residential
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