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2009 SCAG SW 36” Advantage Belt-Drive Walk-Behind

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by EastCoast, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. EastCoast

    EastCoast LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 310

    2009 SCAG SW 36” Advantage Belt-Drive Walk-Behind
    • Purchase on Memorial Day 2009
    • Kawasaki 16HP Engine
    • 16.4 hours on meter
    • Residential (Home) Use ONLY (1/4 acre property)
    • Oil Changed at 8 hrs, including 12 zerk grease fittings greased
    Includes:
    • Rack’Em Hammer Paint Finish Steel Grass Catcher (4.4 cubic feet)
    • SCAG Mulch Plate
    • Oil Drain Value w/hose for easy oil changes
    Additional set of blades:
    • Scag 18" High Lift HD Blades
    • Scag 18" T4 Mulcher High Lift Blades
    Photos:
    Full photo of mower
    Hour Meter
    Engine
    Left side of deck
    Right side of deck
    Rear Wheel
    Front
    Front Wheel
    Front top
    Oil Drain Valve

    Mower is MINT, cleaner than new, both mower and grass catcher cleaned after each use. Why pay sales tax on a new mower??? Mower kept in house garage. Mower runs and cuts amazing!

    Selling to upgrade to Wright Stander (Seasonal Buying Program)

    Will not ship… local pickup only.... Melville, NY (Suffolk County, Long Island)

    $3200. Contact me via PM or phone 631-245-1446
     
  2. EastCoast

    EastCoast LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 310

    Price reduced and SOLD!
     
  3. suburban23

    suburban23 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 41

    I have a 36 inch Scag hydro with mulching kit and velky for $1,900 Georgia can del
     
  4. z71tiger

    z71tiger LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 280

    that was fast
     
  5. EastCoast

    EastCoast LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 310

    Being a member of "LawnSite" for over 5 years, as a homeowner I have learned s lot.

    First thing I learned, when buying a piece of equiptment, go with the quality names, as I did "Scag".

    Second, people always want to know the usage of a product, so I installed an hour meter when I bought the mower, Scag makes this very east to install.

    Third and the most important, be detailed in what you are selling and make photos available, I had 10 from every angle. I think the biggest mistake people make when posting something for sale, is providing no photos, or will only send them privately. The more people who see your product, the greater chance of selling it.

    My mower was purchased by an LCO is my area, not a LawnSite" member, but a "LawnSite" member did notify this individual when they seen it on the forum.
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  6. W.L.M.

    W.L.M. LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 525

    Your right, but I don't think it hurt that the mower was in Cherry condition. A scag in that condition would sell itself.
     

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