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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by nickpappapump, Mar 5, 2009.
he wan'ts $120
yeah it's hit forget about it.
ok thanks man
It's kind of sad but that one's about ready for the scrap heap.
LoL, i agree
You might get $50 for it at the scrap yard. That's all its good for. He's crazy to want anything, other than for someone to get the junk out of his way.
Mowerknower, What you don't need a little project? Think of all the possibilities, what a peice of .... art after your through, if scrap had any value.....
No it's a new model compared to and old one like my 36". From what the good people at exmark told me mine was made in 88 or 89. The lady on the phone was laughing at me in a nice way.They sent me both an owners manual and a parts manual by e-mail for free. The pub date for the manual was 1986. It is just used for home use now. Still runs good<knock-on-wood> if you don't mind a pull start. You just have to love that old 12.5 Kaw. starts on the first pull after you pull it once to prime it.