- Apr 28, 2014
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- N. W. Montana
Same in this neck of the woods about selling mowers.
Severe drought, grass not growing plus cooler weather and hunting season coming.
People thinking about getting wood, gas and groceries.
Time to get them mowers ready in spare time for next season. (and keep the batteries trickle charged)
It was a great spring and summer for flipping mowers. I've no idea if supply and demand will get to parity next year, and upset my cash boon. The mower I'm sitting on now is getting better and better. Although it has developed an interesting problem. The Mower blades like to run on their own. Lots of slack in the belt, but I guess the belt somehow tightens up after pulling the dump cart for 15 or more minutes. The suspect responsible for this is the tensioner spring. Seems pretty weak, but also seem like it ought to be enough. Oh, well what can you expect from a 20yo Craftsman -- Problems, lots of them, one after another. And that is why they are so cheap...