Looked at the $1,900 wright stander today

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by outdoorsmanjw, Feb 21, 2010.


    I MOW ALONE LawnSite Bronze Member
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    i have it listed on here for sale i will bump it to top so you can take a look. look in for sale section. would like $2500 and 15 hp kawaski.
  2. outdoorsmanjw

    outdoorsmanjw LawnSite Member
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    I will pass thanks

    I MOW ALONE LawnSite Bronze Member
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    no problem just thought i would offer a mower with no problems. good luck
  4. outdoorsmanjw

    outdoorsmanjw LawnSite Member
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    Yeah to far to drive thanks though
  5. RickR1818

    RickR1818 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I have a Gravely 34Z I may be selling if you might be interested. I am in Indy. Not sure how far that is for you.
  6. White Gardens

    White Gardens LawnSite Fanatic
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    I would look at a smaller walk-behind for around 1900, such as a Quick 36. If you don't have any yards, walking the ones you start out with won't be too bad.

    I only have 5 yards, so I use a little Simplicity Coronet HO model mower. The thing is built great, has a 16 horse motor, and also a bagger attachment.

    Love the thing for what I do. If I get more lawns this year I will upgrade to a ZTR and use the simplicity for backyards with gates.

    STIHL GUY LawnSite Fanatic
    from CT
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    thats a good point. make sure you have a few acounts first so you can pay it off as well
  8. Manscape

    Manscape LawnSite Member
    from Mass
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    2 years ago I decided I wanted to go into business....I passed out over 200 flyers in a couple surrounding towns and got one phone call. $35 lawn. I went to The Home Depot and bought a small zero turn home-mercial toro. Buy it with the card, and get 12 months no minimum payments no interest. Cut that one lawn for the year...last summer I grew to 12 regular accounts and used the same machine. She made 4x what she was worth in those 2 seasons. I just upgraded this winter to 2 new commercial machines and I'm looking at 30 +/- regular lawns a couple of which are monsters.

    IMO I'd get something new and cheap. Anything you buy used has the potential to give you problems. Anything you buy new, is the dealers/store's problem...for 2 years at least :usflag:
  9. SouthernRoots_Lawn&Garden

    SouthernRoots_Lawn&Garden LawnSite Member
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    i did the same thing but at lowes with the troy built it cuts pretty good never had a problem with it and i had it about 3000 out the door from may to aug i paid it and my trailer off. long story short dont be scared of getting something thats not full blown commercial like a dixie chopper or gravely or whatever the case may be start small and you can always sell it when the times right and get your big name equip..
  10. outdoorsmanjw

    outdoorsmanjw LawnSite Member
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    Interested in the 34Z please PM me I am 2 and half hours from you will drive if its what I am looking for.

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