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I am thinking about buying this snowblower,looks like new.I was wondering if they are hard to get parts for?
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post #2 of 17 Old 04-13-2017, 12:33 PM
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I am thinking about buying this snowblower,looks like new.I was wondering if they are hard to get parts for?
Do you have pics or a link to it. anyhoo, ALOHA from the Paradise City.
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No pictures,He had it on craigslist for a week and pulled it,didn't think it would sell till next fall.It looked like new,The man is 79 yrs old and it was getting hard for him to turn around.
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No pictures,He had it on craigslist for a week and pulled it,didn't think it would sell till next fall.It looked like new,The man is 79 yrs old and it was getting hard for him to turn around.
how much does he want for it? anything less than 2k around here for a 1132 is pretty good if it looks good. be sure to check condition of bucket at bottom where scraper blade is as well as condition of augers. ( if the teeth are worn down )

there should be a checklist around here someplace if you use the search function.
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He's asking 1300 for it,He bought in 2008 as a hold over started using it in 2009,He seems like a very honest person.I have owned snowblowers for 40 years just never had a honda.I have owned other honda's,3 wheelers,4 wheelers,genarator and a lawn mower and think they are all the best money can buy.
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"I have owned other honda's,3 wheelers,4 wheelers,genarator and a lawn mower and think they are all the best money can buy."

Then that's the machine for you! Parts should still be readily available if you ever need any, price is right and lots of guys on here to ask for help. Sounds like a win, win, win!


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$1,300 seems like a good buy. May be this time of year he might come down $100, $150, or even $200.

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He's asking 1300 for it,He bought in 2008 as a hold over started using it in 2009,He seems like a very honest person.I have owned snowblowers for 40 years just never had a honda.I have owned other honda's,3 wheelers,4 wheelers,genarator and a lawn mower and think they are all the best money can buy.
seems like you know your stuff. 1300 sounds pretty good for a 1132.
i could double that in the next storm around here.

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just ask him after inspecting it if he has any flexibility in the price. he may come down but if he doesn't , i would give him the 13 if it passes your inspection.

i like dealing with people his age. they are ol school, seem more honest , and a handshake actually means something.

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$1300 for an HS1332 in excellent condition is a good deal. I'd inspect it and make sure it is in good and sound condition. If so, try to negotiate the price down some but even at that price I'd buy it if in excellent condition and if you need one.
Parts availability is not an issue at all...

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