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Old 10-02-2008, 10:13 PM
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Want to buy

hello everyone i am in search of a 42-48 inch ztr... perferably a john deere, walker, ferris, hustler, or toro. please post pictures and prices. THANKS!!! if you have something that you think i might be interested in let me know.
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Old 10-03-2008, 06:33 PM
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bump bump bumpity bump
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GMC Sonoma 4x4
2009 Wright Z 61/25 Kawasawki
2005 John Deere Quick Trac 647 48" 19hp Kawasawki
SCAG 52" HYDRO WALK BEHIND21"
21"Lawnboy insight
21" Lawnboy gold series
Stihl fs90 straight shaft trimmer
Stihl fc 90 edger
Stihl bs400 blower
echo pb 245 blower

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Old 10-03-2008, 06:34 PM
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1998 GMC Sierra 1500 z71
GMC Sonoma 4x4
2009 Wright Z 61/25 Kawasawki
2005 John Deere Quick Trac 647 48" 19hp Kawasawki
SCAG 52" HYDRO WALK BEHIND21"
21"Lawnboy insight
21" Lawnboy gold series
Stihl fs90 straight shaft trimmer
Stihl fc 90 edger
Stihl bs400 blower
echo pb 245 blower

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Old 10-14-2008, 09:00 PM
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2006 Hustler Mini-Z 19h.p. Kawasaki, 42" cut. Less than 100 hours, flex fork upgrade, good shape. $3500.00, located 40741 (KY). Email otis40741@yahoo.com if interested
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Old 10-15-2008, 11:51 AM
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2006 Walker MT20 with a 42" ghs deck. 105-107 hours. Great mower. Just doesn't fit my type of clientele. The hours show you that. LoL. I will have to post pictures later today. Asking 7,800. Tracks straight but does have a tendency to creep forward while in the park neutral position. Easy fix just needs to have the clevis pin removed and screw it backward then it should be sitting still. PM me is you are interested...
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Old 10-15-2008, 12:45 PM
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2006 Walker MT20 with a 42" ghs deck. 105-107 hours. Great mower. Just doesn't fit my type of clientele. The hours show you that. LoL. I will have to post pictures later today. Asking 7,800. Tracks straight but does have a tendency to creep forward while in the park neutral position. Easy fix just needs to have the clevis pin removed and screw it backward then it should be sitting still. PM me is you are interested...
This was posted by you yesterday...so whats it gonna be...tracks straight or not?

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I am HATING this mower.... i was in the middle of a yard and was so tired of the mower i loaded it up and used my scag.... The thing started tracking worse, clumping and the damn hopper filled up every three to five minutes!!!! The grass was thick saint augustine and i was cutting off probably about an inch if that..... Makes me so mad...
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Old 10-15-2008, 06:05 PM
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ha^ someone needs to talk fast
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Old 10-15-2008, 06:16 PM
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I have something that may catch your interest and price range. I bid on it, assuming I could get it for the price, but it's a little too far. It should be better suited for you. Toro is a great brand. I have one myself. Here's the link...

http://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll
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Old 10-15-2008, 06:18 PM
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That idiot outbid me ridiculously. Imdont know what his reserve was, but I refused togo any higher than $200. The last time I checked it, it was at $1.00. It may not even be worth it to you, but just another possibility. I'll sell you my Scag if you want a good mower to start out with. It's a Z turn. PM me if you're interested.
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Old 10-15-2008, 07:50 PM
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Alright all of the above is true. I took it to the dealer today he showed me how to adjust the steering using the bolts above the mower deck. Now he is changing all of the fluids, blades, adjusting the blades to make the be at a 90 degree angle of each other, making it sit still while in the neutral park position. Also he is replacing the one wheel on the back of the deck. I hate this mower which is true but not because of the actual mower but because of the size. It feels like a little baby after being on my scag. it takes three passes to equal two of my scag. This is important when servicing such large accounts. My smallest being .75 acres and my largest being 28 acres and most are over 2 acres
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