Wanted Used 36-48 wb

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by bonddude, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. bonddude

    bonddude LawnSite Member
    Posts: 174

    I would like to buy an older walk behind mower. Trying to start up a small lawn business for over the summer. Would consider anything under 1,000. Let me know. Thanks
    -Matt
     
  2. scaglawnsnj

    scaglawnsnj LawnSite Senior Member
    from nj
    Posts: 435

    hello,
    I have a older scag walkbehind. It runs great. It is a belt drive, manual blade engage. 950.00 also comes w catcher.
     
  3. bonddude

    bonddude LawnSite Member
    Posts: 174

    Sorry to change the topic but is a plugger a good investment because I believe you can get a quite a bit of money off of plugging for very little work. Any help for me would be great and if anyone has any of the metioned things above ( walk behind or a wb plugger ) that would be great.
    -Matt
     
  4. Metro Lawn

    Metro Lawn LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,112

    I have a very nice Bob-Cat 36" mower with under 500 hours for $950, also have a very nice walk behind aerator for $1000 (less than 200 hours)
    John (586) 634-2904
     
  5. DAR57

    DAR57 LawnSite Member
    from NW Ohio
    Posts: 212

    I have a 36" wb Red hawk and a Pluggr in excellent shape that I am looking to sell both. Willing to sell both very resonable. Great equipment- just a little nervous about the winter. I am in NW Ohio. 30 minutes from Toledo.
     
  6. bonddude

    bonddude LawnSite Member
    Posts: 174

    whats your guys' take on the aerators? Are they a good source of money. How often do you need to aerate (begining/end of season ? thanks
     
  7. P.Services

    P.Services LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 6,322

    i have a 52'' scag i am selling if that might work, and a rider and a dethatcher
     
  8. bonddude

    bonddude LawnSite Member
    Posts: 174

    Is the plugger/ arator a good idea instead. Just curious because I love mowing/lawn work and would like to do it as a summer job.
     
  9. DAR57

    DAR57 LawnSite Member
    from NW Ohio
    Posts: 212

    What do you mean by instead? If you love mowing/lawn work I believe you are on the right track..........."Do what you love-love what you do". Just do it the right way! The only thing is as a summer job it starts in April, ends in Nov..
     
  10. bonddude

    bonddude LawnSite Member
    Posts: 174

    Dar what would you like for both? Or seperate? Thanks on my way to success lol.
     

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