Wright Stander 2010 WS36 $4800

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by spencer087, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. spencer087

    spencer087 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 73

    I have a 2010 Wright Stander WS36 with the 17HP Kawasaki electric/pull start motor. The mower has 99.5 hours on it and it also has the full mulching baffle, original discharge deflector, owners manuals, and oil change tube.
    This mower was $7400 new and has a $200 mulch kit attached! $7600 in total! I will entertain reasonable offers but this mower is literally not even broken in.

    This mower is in almost new condition with very light wear. I changed the oil at 8 and 50 hours using Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic and WIX oil filters. The manual calls for an 8 hour break-in change and every 100 hours thereafter but i am meticulous in the maintenance of my equipment. The reason I am selling this mower is I no longer manage any of the accounts i was using it on and i now only have a handful of lawns i do as more of a hobby due to me beginning my career. I really dont have to sell it and i love the mower but it just sits in my barn and I feel like it would be a great use to someone else.

    I used this mower in my commercial business the last two years to mow the back yard of two houses and to mow the Residence Inn by Marriott in Springfield. I started out using it for the pool area only but the chief engineer liked the way the stander cut better so i mowed the entire property with it at a higher price than what they paid when I mowed the other areas with my John Deere ZTR.

    This mower ROCKS. It has LOADS of power for 36" cut and it stripes beautifully. It stripes very well with the mulch kit and even better without it. I never bought the mulching blades as the stock High Lift blades did an excellent job and the dealer told me the mulching blades literally made no difference. When i was cleaning the mower for sale i was pleased to discover that 85% of the paint is still intact underneath the deck which is a testament to the kind of "work" the mower did. This mower was used on high end lawns only and i still use it to cut my own lawn now and again when i feel like i want to make some crazy zig zag or swirling stripe pattterns.

    I cant get pictures to work so here is the Craigslist add.
  2. blk90s13

    blk90s13 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,453

    Just what I need, and as usual must be way out there !
  3. spencer087

    spencer087 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 73

    I don't know what it would cost to ship something like this. I bought a snow plow and RL Carriers shipped it from two states away for $148
  4. Chuck Norris

    Chuck Norris LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 296

    If you say it rocks... then why get rid of it?
  5. alexschultz1

    alexschultz1 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,588

    ill second him on the fact that this mower rocks. for small residential properties under 2/3 acres you cant beat them. The fact that you stand over the actual axle instead of in front or behind it makes all the difference in the world. great cut too, the front wheels are perfectly offset so you hardly ever scalp
  6. weaver

    weaver LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,393

    How do you adjust the height cut? Is it all on the front casters or do you have to use blade spacers also?
  7. spencer087

    spencer087 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 73

    Mower is SOLD. I was selling because I am backing my business down a lot and don't use it anymore. I adjusted height on front casters but you can adjust blade spacers as well.

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