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Old 02-03-2018, 07:08 PM
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I am looking at these. He is asking $200.00 each for the decks and $400.00 each for the tillers. What do you think they are worth, he said to make an offer. He also has a 1211 that is complete and does not run, asking $300.00 for it. Thanks, Greg.
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2000 or 3000 series tillers and decks will not work on your stuff.
The 1211 looks nice, is the 1440 for sale also?
I would check the usual stuff on the 1211. ask 200 for it though...
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2000 or 3000 series tillers and decks will not work on your stuff.
The 1211 looks nice, is the 1440 for sale also?
I would check the usual stuff on the 1211. ask 200 for it though...
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2000 or 3000 series tillers and decks will not work on your stuff.
The 1211 looks nice, is the 1440 for sale also?
I would check the usual stuff on the 1211. ask 200 for it though...
I have a 2185, I have stopped updating my signature. The other mower is a 1340 and it is for sale as well. He says they have have cast iron rears in both of them.
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