61" Bob Cat Z-Turn W/Trac Vac $3500

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  1. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    I believe it is a 2000 or 2001. 61" Zero turn. It has 2052 hrs. I bought it used a couple of years ago. I only mowed 6 lawns a year with it. I replaced the belt from PTO to blades last fall. The oil, fuel, and gas filters were changed last fall also. The tires are in ok shape, and there is some chipped paint and rust around deck, but its all surface, no holes or weak spots. It has a Trac Vac collection system on it. It is not pretty but gets the job done. I had to modify the chute to fit the deck and it is attached by ratchet straps which hold it securely. It was my garage all winter and I had just cleaned up my yard so it is a little dirty, I will try to get it to the car wash and clean it up. I just wanted to get it listed. Thanks for looking Wes 248-444-5759
    Send me a PM and I will email you pictures. I can't seem to get pictures posted.
     
  2. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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  3. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    Pictures of mower

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  4. ALLPro Landscaping

    ALLPro Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
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    Got any bigger pics, can barley see it
     
  5. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    PM me with your email and I will send them to you.
     
  6. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    See if these are better

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  7. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    bump.............
     
  8. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    Make an offer
     
  9. lawnpro724

    lawnpro724 LawnSite Silver Member
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    thats a lot of hrs on that mower. how much are you looking to get.
     
  10. PSO058

    PSO058 LawnSite Member
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    It works out to less than 50 hrs a month.I am looking for as much as I can get. How much do you want to offer?
     

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