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Post by kleen1 on Sun Oct 22, 2017 9:23 am

After over 30 years in business, it's time to let some stuff go.
25hp truckmount from John;s custom machine in Florida. 25 horse kohler, belt drive blower and 3cp pump. Only 209 hours on machine. Asking $5,500 Used initially as backup, and sat in my garage several years. my smaller machines now are an older Nissan Everest I use.
Steamway Omega 4200 with kerosene heater. Hour meter broken, but again, harly used pprobably less than 500 hours. 18hp briggs engine, #3 blower. This is a good machine for someone starting out. Asking $2500
Also selling two older rx-20, 5 jet model, adapted with Teflon glides, asking $1150 each.
Have 2 120K btu little giant propane heaters need reassembly, new heating coil because one of the heater coils broke and new burner still in original wrapping
I also have an old Hydracat frame with a completely rebuilt 20hp Onan engine. I'm sure needs new carb and probably update to electronic ignition and this engine will last forever.

For what these items are, they're a steal, but at 68 and looking to downsize it's time to let go.

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Post by dp1 on Sun Oct 22, 2017 9:39 am

If you haven’t, you should list them on Craigslist, I wouldn’t list phone numbers in conventional way since there are tons of automatic system that scans your phone number and you end up with more marketing calls, I list my # like this ( 1 two 3 ) four 5 six - 7 eight 9 ten.
Oh and be sure to let them know that you’re not in a hurry to sell, tons of low ballers out there.
Good luck.

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Post by milspec6 on Sun Oct 22, 2017 12:11 pm

Sounds like some very handy items, but shipping kills it. It will be a local person who buys it so Craigslist is the likely answer as well as listing it in the classifieds section at the local distributors.

I am thinning out equipment as well and have had two franchise cleaners drive for hours to tell me they will pass. Both of them text me weekly trying to get it for will get those jerks.

Good luck

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