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Billybop replied to James King's discussion Best Place to sell machinery
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Andrew Betteridge replied to James King's discussion Best Place to sell machinery
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James King replied to James King's discussion Best Place to sell machinery
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Best Place to sell machinery

For the new season, I have finally decided to upgrade my ride-on mower. This now leaves me with the issue of selling my John Deere X166. Having sold some items through ebay, I was shocked at how much the commision is, even on Classified adds. A number of years ago, I seem to recall it was something like £50. It is now about 12%. If I get about £2500 for my mower, this is going to be £300! Unfortuanetly, Ebay seems to be everyones first port of call. Does anyone use any other sites to sell and…

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Cobra RM48SPH

Following on from our post re Honda 476 rear roller which seems to be plagued with gearbox issues now looking at the Cobra RM 48SPH, this having BBC and Honda engine around £1100 to help distinguish it from the cheaper Cobra models.Queries - The handle length could be an issue for transport but appears from photos to have knurled knobs both at the base of the handle where they join the mower and also around halfway along the handles. Do these allow the handle to be folded or adjusted? If so…

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Agri fab towed spiker.

Hi all, a customer of mine has a large lawn which I mow using his stiga park pro. The grass is in generally good condition but a bit of aerating wouldn't go amiss. I've just seen a local dealer has the agri fab 1mtr towed spiker on at a good price, have any of you used one of these and found them to be useful, or not worth bothering with. Regards, Martin. 

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The latest rental equipment

The Executive Hire Show takes place this coming Wednesday and Thursday, Feb 14th and 15th at the Coventry Building Soc Arena (formerly the Ricoh Arena) in Coventry. It is open to any Trade user of equipment, not just members of the Hire industry. Whilst this wet and snowy weather persists, come and spend some time looking at the latest kit available to rent from your local hire shop.I shall be there, on Stand K62) with Turf Teq landscape maintenance machines and the ZipLevel survey instrument.…

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