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    Hey, What are some good deals that yall have gotten recently?

    I recently bought a used 8' curtis snow plow off of craigslist for $750

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=...3000&_osacat=0

    earlier in the year i bought a used bri-mar 6x10x16" tandem dump trailer rated 10kGVWR for $1100 (and $700 in mowing that was owed to me)

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=...00+8&_osacat=0


  • #2
    I just found a 32" Toro walk behind on craigslist, I'll be checking that out later today for sure, best price I've found on a walk behind yet!

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    • #3
      Echo cs400 $50
      Stihl FC95 edger $60
      Stihl FS90 and Echo HC150 hedge trimmer for a john deere I paid $100 for.
      Stihl fs55 $40 no head. Stolen!
      Stihl fs55 $50. Parts machine scored cylinder.
      Redmax trimmer $40 no head.
      Stihl BR400 $100
      Shindawia e640 $130
      Redmax EBZ8001 $135
      Husqaurvana 326 and 322 $40. The 326 died after a few months but ill rebuild it with the parts from the other.
      Toro 44" walk behind $300. Wont start after 3 years of use.
      Great Dane 52' ztr $1200 770 hours 27hp Kohler
      7X12 Flatbed trailer $300
      16 ft dual axle trailer $900
      Fisher MM1 8FT Plow $1000
      Iceoway bed sander $400
      Trimmer Rack $60
      Rigid 3300 psi 3 gpm pressure washer $300 built this may and bought in july.
      Honda 2800 psi 3gpm pressure washer $40 no wand. Pump died after 3 years.
      40 ft ladder $50
      32 ft ladder $20
      Toro 60" ztr $3200 but I put 1600 hours on it.
      Craftsman snowblower $15 3.5 hp
      Toro snowblower $75 5hp

      I claim myself the king of deals.

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      • #4
        niice! I bought one of my trucks for $1400..

        2003 f150 2wd v6 280k but everything works put 19k since

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        • #5
          I got a chicken burrito Meal Deal at Taco Bell for two bucks and some change.

          nom nom nom...

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          • #6
            hey there guys where are you finding most of your deals at?

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            • #7
              I find a lot on craigslist, i have found my vehicles on side of road for sale and find other things thru friends

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              • #8
                I watch estate auctions, if you can find one that is not getting alot of attention you can get some great deals ..... Craigslist is good at times also but there is alot of junk there also....

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                • #9
                  craigslist in my area consists of people selling at VERY high prices. For example, a guy buys a 32" walk behind for $10,000. He realizes he got ripped off, so he posts it on craigslist, with 400 hours on it, for $9,700. Once in a while I find a decent deal, but after emailing the owner, the cost to repair is too much.

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                  • #10
                    Reminds me, when I was looking to buy a trailer I was looking for used ones. There was a 5x10 on craiglist that was the EXACT same as the one I was getting ready to buy new, even to add, he bought it from the same place I was buying mine. He wanted 1800 for it used....I bought mine for 1000 from the same exact place. Obviously was trying to rip someone off.
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                    • #11
                      LOL I bought my trailer on there a while back, it was purchased 3 months before from Lowes brand new, he paid 1700+, had receipts and all and sold it to me for 1,000

                      I don't really have the problem with high prices around here... or maybe i just don't spend more than 5 seconds on them, I'm sure some people do have high prices but, who cares, not for me lol

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                      • #12
                        Reminds me, when I was looking to buy a trailer I was looking for used ones. There was a 5x10 on craiglist that was the EXACT same as the one I was getting ready to buy new, even to add, he bought it from the same place I was buying mine. He wanted 1800 for it used....I bought mine for 1000 from the same exact place. Obviously was trying to rip someone off.
                        Although there are always going to be people asking what they paid (and sometimes more - lol) when new, for the most part, trailers hold their value very well.

                        When I was looking for my first, I couldn't believe what people wanted for used trailers. Even those homemade POS trailers that don't look road-worthy were pretty pricey.

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                        • #13
                          Reminds me, when I was looking to buy a trailer I was looking for used ones. There was a 5x10 on craiglist that was the EXACT same as the one I was getting ready to buy new, even to add, he bought it from the same place I was buying mine. He wanted 1800 for it used....I bought mine for 1000 from the same exact place. Obviously was trying to rip someone off.
                          It takes patience. Some people attach a unrealistic value to their possessions. Thats why its important to scan the prices everyday. The stuff that is priced right will move quick. The rest will be reposted every few days for months.

                          Hedge is right about trailers though. THey do hold value. Theres a guy that been trying to sell a 5x8 homemade for $650 since spring. Hes down to $500 now its not worth $200. I take it he rather keep it then sell it. This was around the time I bought my 7x12 for $300. The guy wanted $500 but after a month or two of not selling he took my offer.
                          Last edited by SECTLANDSCAPING; 08-07-2012, 11:16 AM.

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                          • #14
                            I think time of year is key also, you can grab a great deal during the winter months compare to spring or summer....

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                            • #15
                              I think time of year is key also, you can grab a great deal during the winter months compare to spring or summer....
                              ^
                              definitely right now is the time to be buying snow blowers (trying to find one myself), also when I see someone is asking a higher price than im willin to pay I'll offer 50% of their asking price, the guy for the plow was asking 1000, that was a good deal in the first place but I offered 75% and he took it right on the spot, probably could have got it for 500, but no need to be that cheap. the plow I bought is going (used) on ebay is starting at like 2700, so excited for this deal lol

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