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post #1 of 27 Old 11-14-2014, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Well i passed on the st 1032 and found a new well mostly new PowerShift with a brand new Briggs 9.00 with about 2 hours on it. The owner replaced everything new from the augar back. My understanding is toro had issues with welds and offered free replacement? The badging on the unit is 624. It's spotless and he also gave me a second augar with shoot 30" I'm going to try and sell that part. What's it worth? I got it all for $550!
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post #2 of 27 Old 11-14-2014, 09:22 PM
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those POWERSHIFTS only came in 24,28. and 32 inch cuts. that front maybe 75 dollars for it the way it sits now. MAZEL TOV!!!!!!!!!!!

Long LIVE THE POWERSHIFT!! MAY IT NEVER RUST IN PEACE!!
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post #3 of 27 Old 11-14-2014, 09:40 PM
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I don't know where home is for you but around here $550 will get you a darn nice powershift 824. sounds like you paid for the new motor more than anything else

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I looked for months. Everything in the 350-500 range here in the Midwest looked like a pile of rust. O well I guess I wasted my money.
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Hey, if you think you got a good deal, that's all that matters. Seems like you did your research. Maybe you could have paid less in the off season. But if you are happy with your purchase, then you did good!
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Yea, the snow is upon most of us now so prices are double what they are in the summer.

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I don't think you did bad for around this areas winter prices. I bought a craftsman 320es single stage for 40 in the spring and replaced the paddles, the spark plug and fixed a bad plastic auger housing crack that will probably need to be addressed again for 150.00 and had 70 invested in it and a season of use in the auger paddles. I sold it late this fall and got what I listed it for even after showing them the housing needs to be watched and eventually replaced. Prices go crazy around here.
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Yea, the snow is upon most of us now so prices are double what they are in the summer.
Exactly rigbt, SHRYP. That's the time to grab them. ( $30 Ariens bought in June. Not one thing wrong with it.)
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So the fact this entire unit is new shouldn't affect the price? I'm having a hard time understanding why this should be a $300 machine.
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I don't know where home is for you but around here $550 will get you a darn nice powershift 824. sounds like you paid for the new motor more than anything else
So he did just a bit better by getting what is essentially a 924.
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