BOP Quick 36" Samurai Single Hydro w/ Sulky

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by tyler_mott85, Sep 24, 2011.

  1. tyler_mott85

    tyler_mott85 LawnSite Senior Member
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    For Sale is a Better Outdoor Products "Quick 36 Samurai" mower I have owned for one growing season. Selling because I upgraded to a larger mower.

    16 HP Kawasaki Engine
    Electric Start
    Sulky
    33.4 Hours
    Mulch Kit
    Two Sets of Mulching Blades, One Set of Standard Blades

    Asking $2100. I realize BOP has their end of season sale going on but with the mulch kit, sulky, and extra blades you're getting hundred of $$ of extras.

    This mower is in like new condition. Located in Wichita, KS. Willing to travel up to 3 hours for delivery (Oklahoma City, Kansas City)

    Thanks for looking.

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  2. Exact Rototilling

    Exact Rototilling LawnSite Fanatic
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    Bump for a good solid mower. I still have my Q36 single samurai with over 500 hours and I have zero intentions on selling mine even though I have a 32 and 44 dually.

    Do you have the ultra high lift blades? They are the single notch ones with approximately 45 degrees of angle on the wing. These blades are a must have.
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  3. tyler_mott85

    tyler_mott85 LawnSite Senior Member
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    The blades I have are not the ultra-high lift. Just the standard lift that came with it. I bought two sets of the Gator mulchers to play around with running doubles.
     
  4. BBC.lawn.services

    BBC.lawn.services LawnSite Member
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    I might be interested. We're in Ponca City.

    What the disadvantage of a single hydro over a double?
     
  5. tyler_mott85

    tyler_mott85 LawnSite Senior Member
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    The single hydro is set up like the rear-end of a riding lawn tractor with the hydro foot pedals. You have a "forward" and a "reverse" and basically the rear axle turns like an open differential in a vehicle. You have to manually turn the machine to maneuver it. Sounds like a pain but these mowers are so small and compact it's really not that bad. This mower was a struggle when it was new but already with the 30 hours on it it's better.

    I installed the Sulky on it friday and just driving it around the driveway it was easier to turn it then by on foot.
     
  6. tyler_mott85

    tyler_mott85 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Make me an offer. This money is going towards an engagement ring!
     
  7. BBC.lawn.services

    BBC.lawn.services LawnSite Member
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    Oh! Nice! Hmm.... idk when we would be able to buy... we work through a business consular and we'll need to finish up our 2012 budget before we can buy. I'll send you a P.M. for a preliminary offer. It's no guaranty that we would buy but it will help us with our budget. :clapping:
     
  8. tyler_mott85

    tyler_mott85 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I'll go $1800.
     
  9. tyler_mott85

    tyler_mott85 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Rainy Saturday Bump!
     
  10. rhalverson

    rhalverson LawnSite Member
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    Do you still have the Quickie mower for sale? I'm in the market.
     

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