2011 Scag Turf Tiger Dual Fuel Only 34 Hours

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Ecotech, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. Ecotech

    Ecotech LawnSite Member
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    2011 Scag Turf Tiger Dual Fuel, 61 inch deck with only 34 hours on it. Has the striping kit installed as well. 29HP Propane/31HP Gas Kubota 3 cylinder engine. It is in new condition. It can run on both Propane and Gasoline. For those not comfortable or needing propane, it can be operated solely on Gas and has an 11 gallon tank compared to the 8.5 on most Turf Tigers. G6 blades installed. Would love to keep it, but I just took on a new job and do not have the time for my business.

    Paid over $16k for the mower, Asking $11,000 or best offer.
    If interested contact via PM or call at 201-602-9042

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  2. Green-Man

    Green-Man LawnSite Bronze Member
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    bump.... Really nice mower I even wish i could have it!
     
  3. Green-Keepers

    Green-Keepers LawnSite Member
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    Dude, that mower is sick. Wish I could buy dont have the funds now tho.
     
  4. lifetree

    lifetree LawnSite Fanatic
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    Whoever gets this machine will never regret it, extremely nice ... free bump !!
     
  5. Ecotech

    Ecotech LawnSite Member
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    Thanks everyone for the feedback and bumps! It really is a great machine, I would love to keep it but it might be overkill for my .25 acre lot...

    Also, the price is pretty flexible for anyone interested.
     
  6. Green-Man

    Green-Man LawnSite Bronze Member
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    It is killing me not being able to get this thing!
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  7. Ecotech

    Ecotech LawnSite Member
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    I can meet you in SC! I could use a nice vacation...
     
  8. ponyboy

    ponyboy LawnSite Bronze Member
    from ny
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    Here in NY you need a propane permit to carry a machine like that
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  9. lifetree

    lifetree LawnSite Fanatic
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    Are you serious ??
     
  10. ponyboy

    ponyboy LawnSite Bronze Member
    from ny
    Posts: 1,411

    Yup I looked into going to propane equipment this year and found out all the bs and hoops I has to jump through
    I think it is the smartest thing to do looks good to customers and your engine will last much longer than running gas
    Btw great set up good luck with the sale
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