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Efco 962

kyle goddard

kyle goddard

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On average what would a running and non running 2001 efco resale go for. Saw hasent been run since the fly wheel broke in 2006.. drained the fule and oil and let it sit for 10 years..

I'm only now getting back to it. I sometimes put the pro in procrastination. . I would like to know so I can sell as is or fix it up first
 
7sleeper

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Not much. You might be able to piece it out, but the market for a "unknown" brand is practically non existent. Especially if echo is flooding the market wih the 590, which shouldn't be to far off in power, for super low money.


It is without doubt an exelent real tough saw. I like mine alot.

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TonyM

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I recently bought a lightly used 156 for $175 and spent another $100 to upgrade it with a new oem 162 P&C. So I was willing to pay $275 for a nice barely used 162.
 
TonyM

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Sorry, it was $190, and that was the difference after I sold the 156 p&c. I had to go back and look.

I bought it through a deere dealer online. Same as deere cs62.
 
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