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Hey guys, for those of you that tinker and perform maintenance on yoor own Lawn equipment I stumbled upon a website that has great prices and flat rate shipping of $9.99.
                www.goosegear.com
 
I have been shopping around for new blades and antiscalp rollers for my Exmark Laser Z HP 48" deck.  Best price I found until goosegear was $10 per blade shipped and $15 per anti-scalp wheel with hardware.  At  GG they were $6.36 and $10.15.  I bought 9 blades and 3 wheel assy for under $100!!!
 
I spent some time perusing the rest of their website and all their prices seem equally low.  They cover most all outdoor equipment too including ATV, Golfcarts and trailer parts!
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Thanks Bud.
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Sounds like you'll have some good gear under your "assy". Me, I'm stuck mowing a quarter acre on a hillside. My mower is swear-propelled.
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a 1/4 acre?!?!?  I can get you a real good price on a 36V battyery powered B&D mower...Bucky
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1/4 acre....Montana,I thought all you guys out west have these huge properties that you can shoot 1K ?
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Originally posted by stickbow46 stickbow46 wrote:

1/4 acre....Montana,I thought all you guys out west have these huge properties that you can shoot 1K ?
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The rest ain't mowable.
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There ya go... a smart Montanan!
Cut just enough to keep the critters outa the house and hunt the rest! Cool
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If I could mow grass, my German Shepherd pup wouldn't have made her first kill in the house.
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how's that tranny rebuild going anyway?
And before anyone gives a smart answer.... mower deck transmission!! Cool
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lol
 
Hey Bud, your son sell any more parts lately?
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Originally posted by budperm budperm wrote:

how's that tranny rebuild going anyway?
And before anyone gives a smart answer.... mower deck transmission!! Cool
My friend should be up next week to pick it up.
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Yeah about $600 worth over the weekend.  I brought an armload in the ship this morning.
 
He drove out to Lancaster, PA this morning to deliver more!  He's already made $2500 or so!
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Originally posted by budperm budperm wrote:

how's that tranny rebuild going anyway?
And before anyone gives a smart answer.... mower deck transmission!! Cool
My friend should be up next week to pick it up.
 
Shocked ya mean he hasn't even seen it yet??!?!?
 
Better start looking for that logging service!
At least you'll have plenty of firewood this winter! Hippie
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Thats good Bud.   Glad he is getting some funds.  now is the time to hit him with the past due pole barn rent bill thoughWink
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Won't be cutting grass til April anyway.
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