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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Pat'sPerfectLawnService, Oct 5, 2009.
Nice looking unit. Waiting to hear more about them.
walmart will have one soon enough
i guy up the road bought a 50 inch craftsman for 4999 for commercial use
80 hours and broken forks
now hes mowin small commercials with a 21 for 3 weeks waiting for the part to come in
i tried tellin him he could get a nice used piece for 5000 gs but wouldnt listen
and do you think sears gavehim a loaner
you should look for a used commercial WB. you could get a pretty decent one for $2000
....a Sears' credit card and take all of his life to pay for it.
i already have a wb. its a 36" ransome bobcat
I agree with everything you said.
Old Thread, but if your still in the market I saw a Deere Z225 on CL for $2000
definatly you can find the deals on some good used stuff out there. You just have to look for them. Usually the best machines look like hell. Hydros will last nearly forever if people have not messed with them. I got a 36" ZTR this summer for $165.00 because the guy couldn't get it started. After I pulled the rats nest out of the air cleaner it fired right up. used it for a week and sold it for $600. I also got a 60" exmark turf tracer for $600 because the guy thought one of the hydro pumps was bad. All it was was a fitting that was leaking air and it burned up a charge pump. Cost me less than $30 to fix. Just look around. If you find a machine that has a verticle shaft engine you can replace those for next to nothing. So keep your eye out for something with a blown motor as well.
Sure, they have them all day long at Home Depot & Lowes or CL for under $2000!
Now, you didn't ask if they were commercial or residential either!