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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by MOturkey, Jul 18, 2004.
I'm curious when most of you choose to replace your old mowers. Neill
I guess it is one to 2000 ours. If not it is just when the engine burns up or locks up. At least that is what has happend to me so far with my proline toro.
when fixing it is going to cost me more than buying a new one...
When it's not cost effective to keep it alive any longer... Hopefully 4000hrs from now!!!
I hit number 2 But also when Hustler makes a 60" walk behined with a 27 Kohler
I hit number two as well. However, I will replace a machine once it becomes more cost effective to purchase new rather than repair. I haven't found a machine that will go over 2000 hours prior to needing replacement. And I have looked for over twenty years.
wHEN i CAN'T REMEMBER WHERE i LEFT IT.
the idea is to make money with your investment so when repair costs more, or its not worth repairing I would trade it, not just cause of the hours, I mean one crazy person could tear a mower to peices when it could last someone else that mantained and took care of it 3 or 4 times as long. It's always nice to have a new one though.
When it stops making $$
When Do You Replace Your Mower?
In my case it was the day after some thieving junkie scumbag stole it.