FS : 2008 permagreen magnum 135 hrs

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by JJS, Jan 26, 2012.

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  1. JJS

    JJS LawnSite Senior Member
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    2008 permagreen magnum 135.1 hrs. i bought this new and it has been owner operated by myself since then on about 30 properties. regularly maintained and cleaned. carb was just replaced under honda warranty at the beginning of this season. blown out after every use and washed after every round of fert. tires still have some of the nipples on them because of the low use this thing is basically brand new 135 hours is nothing and i doubt you'll find another with this low of hours. i have the upgraded spray boom for better overlap coverage to match the granular spread pattern, got it from spread'n'spray as well as the locking spray handle. always stored indoors year round. i also have a reese hitch spreader carrier available if someone wants to make a package. pics and video to follow. i dont have any problems crating this thing and shipping it:gunsfirin looking for 5 grand obo

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  2. DA Quality Lawn & YS

    DA Quality Lawn & YS LawnSite Fanatic
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    Bump for you! Nice machine.
    How did that boom upgrade work for you? How does the output on that boom work, are you getting enough output to cover properly. The way I see, you are trying to cover with two nozzles what you used to do with one. How does that work?
     
  3. JJS

    JJS LawnSite Senior Member
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    output and coverage has been good. i was nervous that it wouldnt cover at first but the nozzles are different then the factory permagreen ones. not sure how different but it works and thats all that mattered to me. it does get nice even coverage ill try to fill it tomorrow and get a picture of the spray pattern because you did bring up a valid point. thanks!
     
  4. DA Quality Lawn & YS

    DA Quality Lawn & YS LawnSite Fanatic
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    Must have a lower output between the two boom nozzles compared to the factory Floodjet tip that is standard.

    Tell you what, would you sell that boom kit separate, I am looking for one and cannot find one? Otherwise, where did you get it? Or did you fab it yourself - and if so I would be willing to buy the plans off you to make one.
     
  5. JJS

    JJS LawnSite Senior Member
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    i'd like to keep the boom kit on the machine. but to any potential buyers i do have the factory low-speed nozzles that were removed to run the boom. although they wont be necessary because i just ran the regular high-speed center nozzle when i was in tight spaces at low rpm. i did get the boom from a member on here i believe it was Spread'nspray if im correct i;m not too sure if he's still around but i also got the locking spray handle from him which works great for larger properties as it frees up your left hand just in case.
     
  6. Lefet

    Lefet LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Subscription and a bump for a nice machine.
     
  7. JJS

    JJS LawnSite Senior Member
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    spring is coming!
     
  8. Country Landscape

    Country Landscape LawnSite Member
    from CT
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    Where in CT are you located? I would be interested in taking a look at it.
     
  9. JJS

    JJS LawnSite Senior Member
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    wolcott, next to southington
     
  10. LBFmd

    LBFmd LawnSite Member
    from MD
    Posts: 123

    JJS,

    I sent you a pm. get back to me very interested in the machine.

    Thanks,
     
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