2002 Exmark Lazer Z For Sale

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Meadowbrook, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. Meadowbrook

    Meadowbrook LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 467

    Hello, I'm selling one of my Lazer's. It has a 26 HP Kohler EFI motor, 60" Ultra Cut deck, striping roller & optional Ultra Vac system. I have also turned up the hydro pressure a little bit to drive & cut faster, the result is a lil' touchier machine, but it's worth it. The machine has 2800 hrs on it currently & is still in service & will be for the next week or 2 for fall cleanups. I can sell the mower as a package or separate the mower from the vac system, but I will not sell the vac by itself (I have another mower it will go on). The mower has 2 sets of blades that go with it, no extra filters though. (I'll be doing the oil changes when we get done with our cleanups). Maintained very well, no leaks but has the light seepage you'd expect from a motor that was run at full throttle for 2800 hrs. Like I said, very nice machine & we're still using it, just want to upgrade to a 72" for our bigger properties. If it doesn't sell, I'll just keep it, period. Thats how much confidence that I have in this machine.

    Price without Ultra Vac: $3500.00

    Price with Ultra Vac: $4700.00

    Any questions, feel free to PM me or post it here for everyone to see.
    Thanks for looking!

    Chris

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  2. Meadowbrook

    Meadowbrook LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 467

    Forgot to mention 2 things. One, you may notice the seat is a lil' lop-sided, this is bacause a seat bracket broke at a stress point. (anybody who runs Exmarks knows how much pressure you put on the back left side of the seat when scaling the deck over rocks). And the other, the pin in the fuel tank selector switch worked its way out. The selector works fine, but to move the switch, we've just pulled out the cotter pin for the deck adjustment & used that. Thats all.....for now, till I remember something else.

    Chris
     
  3. mowing grass 1111

    mowing grass 1111 LawnSite Senior Member
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    how did ya turn up the pressure to make the mower run faster
     
  4. Meadowbrook

    Meadowbrook LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 467

    Simple lever adjustment. If you wanna buy it, I'll show you how I did it, lol. Bet you're not serious enough to buy it. Thanks for your interest.

    Chris
     
  5. mowing grass 1111

    mowing grass 1111 LawnSite Senior Member
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    sorry not interested in the mower.... i just bought a new lazer z in Oct and need to get rid of one myself lol
     
  6. razor1

    razor1 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    You're gonna like the 72". I bought one last year, real time-saver. How much for just the vac? payup
     
  7. Meadowbrook

    Meadowbrook LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 467

    Sorry, can't sell the vac system by itself. I have an identical mower it would go on. Sorry.

    Chris
     
  8. lawnpro724

    lawnpro724 LawnSite Silver Member
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    A 2002 model with 2800 hours is way to many hours for what you asking price is. I guess you like the mower so much that you don't want to sell it. I don't want it.
     
  9. Meadowbrook

    Meadowbrook LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 467

    A wise person once said "It doesn't matter how many miles are on a car, as long as it's been maintained."

    If you think it's too much, eh, no sweat off my back. But I would figure someone would want a mower with a bit higher hours than one that has low hours & has been beat to hell. -Point & case, the place where I bought my 2nd Z had a diesel there that had 300 hours on it & it was run till it dropped a piston-

    Huh, funny how hours aren't everything
     
  10. chesterlawn

    chesterlawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 708

    Even if a mower is well maintained, after so many hours parts will start to wear out.
     

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