Scag Turf Tiger 35hp Briggs LC 60" 43 hours

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by PsRumors, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. PsRumors

    PsRumors LawnSite Member
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    I bought this a year ago when I sold my tractor. Well, I need a tractor more than this mower. I am listing it here prior to listing it on E-Pay.

    It is in GREAT condition, serviced regularly and as you know is basicly new at 43 hours. I am just north of Atlanta in Cartersville, GA 5 minutes off I-75. If interested PM me.

    It has always been stored in doors and used on my 5 acres, no commercial work. I have all the manuals for it and an extra oil filter.

    Starting at $9,500 obo

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  2. PsRumors

    PsRumors LawnSite Member
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    Not even an offer?
     
  3. nmurph

    nmurph LawnSite Senior Member
    from ga
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    i bet that mower never bogs!!!!! you may have a mower that an lco sees as using too much fuel for the size of cut. people always say you can't have too much hp, but you may be pushing it with a 35/60.
     
  4. PsRumors

    PsRumors LawnSite Member
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    I don't know what is considered high consumption or low but we have a little over 5 acres we cut a week and it takes less than 5 gallons, not much less but less.
     
  5. Dunn's

    Dunn's LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Thats fifteen dollars in fuel a day for just that machine.
     
  6. PsRumors

    PsRumors LawnSite Member
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    If you are only cutting 5 acres a day with it.

    Is less than a gallon an acre bad? I had a Scag 36" walker at our last house. It used more than that.
     
  7. PsRumors

    PsRumors LawnSite Member
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    $9,200???

    Can I say it has been listed and has a reserve lower than this price? If not, please delete.
     
  8. nmurph

    nmurph LawnSite Senior Member
    from ga
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    you may find a homeowner who will be interested. i still say that 35 hp on 60" of cut IS overkill. that will use too much fuel for the daily use of an lco. over the course of a season it will use many more $$$$$ in fuel than is necessary for a deck of that width. it is a nice mower however, and i'm sure you will find a good home for it.
     
  9. tjsquickcuts

    tjsquickcuts LawnSite Senior Member
    from Atlanta
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    Just curious on what you are willing to let that thing go for from a serious buyer.....doing a lot of upgrading, and have purchased a lot of things already from members on the site, but I am considering and have been on the look the last few weeks for a 60in or bigger, preferably SCAG. My dealer has offered me a pretty good deal, $9122.39 out the door.....for a 28/61.....Not really worried about gas, most of my properties are within 30 sec of each, with most in clusters, so where I am saving serious money of gas in my vehicles, I will add it to my mower......
     
  10. PsRumors

    PsRumors LawnSite Member
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    If you like the air cooled engine, which there is nothing wrong with, I am not sure I can discount this enough to make it worth your while to purchase used over new.

    I am open to offers. Make me a serious offer and we can go from there.
     

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