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Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by mr.lawn works, Sep 8, 2010.
i'd love to have either one but can't afford it right now lol
Mr. Greenjeans I'd agree won't go much lower than were im at unless local might need it you never no... Like i said paid around 13,500 for it new and at the time of purchase i bought three of them and then qualified for the green fleet discount which was 8% off wrote the check for over 28,000.00 these were all new april of 2007... These were the units 1-2007 jd 777 w/72" 7iron, 1-2007 jd 757 w/60" 7iron MOD mulch on demand, 1- 2007 jd 757 w/60" 7iron w/DFS dump from seat collection system. Spring of 2008 i purchased the jd 667A Stander, and my jd G15 w/36" deck commercial walkbehind. No Problems yet with them so that is the reason i have them still i have tryed the Z800 and 900 series and they SUCK compared to these... Nothing compares to the 997s but don't do that much mowing anymore and there for no need for a 997 or this many mowers anymore and that why i thought id sell this unit but wont lose my as* on it ill keep her around!!!!
Any1 need a clean unit???? this is the one...
Bump for a nice JD in Iowa.
Thanx mr. greenjeans...
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mr. lawn works how can you say the z900's suck compared to z757? I understand about the z800's but no way on the z900's! I had two 757's, great machines, and now I have a z950. there is no comparison between the z700's and the new z900's. My z900 series runs circles around my old 757's plus less maintenance.
Put the 2 of them on some hill sides and see which 1 out performs the other 1 and i'm talking with a pond, creek, etc. etc. at the bottom bet you the 800 or 900 series is being pulled out and the 757 is still mowin away the moved the center of gravity and they perform more like a Cub Cadet Tank! 997 is the only 900 series id ever consider buying! Jmao