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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by jolleylawns, Jan 20, 2012.
I have a feeling you won't be using that 44 much either.
Hard too say, about half my accounts Ill likley have too. Some of the lake homes I do are literally on "cliffs" and the BOP does real good on them.
I did plan on adding a ZTR, but with the grandstand I wont need to.
I will need to sell off some equiptment or buy stock in "stybil".
Larry -- How many extra sets of blades do you have for the BOP 44" machine that you have ?? I got some extra sets for my 36" machine.
Only 1 set, I have the Oregon part # so I dont see that being a problem. I have extra spindles and pulleys, and am going to order the to belt tensioner "arms".
You may want to take your belt tensioner arems orr and put washers underneith them. My belt adjuste arm almost wore a hole in the deck, and my "clutch" arm "wollered a big hole whrer the bolt goes through the deck.
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Here's one for you in California, not sure how far it is from you to Yuba City. A little steep on price, low hours, but just might be west coast pricing. This time of year, you should be able to bargain some, might be worth a try.
Edit: Looks like about 267 miles from you down I-5, might be worth the trip for the right price. Good luck!
Hmmm Interesting, Thanks
I didn't think a 32" went for 4 grand new? seems a bit high to me idk