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Cub Cadet Z Force , zero turn riding lawn mower for sale. New in april 05, 44 inch mowing deck, 20 hp kohler comand motor.Used very little, only 166 hours on it. I paid $3,600 for it new and am asking $2,100. This mower looks and runs perfectly, I am only selling it to buy a larger 60" machine.I have pics available and my e-mail is eggertkrn at frontiernet dot net.Here is your chance to buy a comercial grade, like new mower for a steal of a price. Cantact Nate or Ken

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Still available any offers?

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I might be interested, could I get some pics? spicer.lattu @ ndsu dot edu

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You have mail

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I'm still waitin on those pics...just wondering if you could resend...thanks

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I've been looking for a zero turn mower. I think I need a little bigger than 44" Shoot me a pix. l a r r y . g e r w i n g @ u n i s y s . (Contact Us Please)

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Sorry dude I left out a dot the first time I e-mailed you, I hope you have mail now, Ken

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Hey Lucky part of your e-mail adress was deleted from your post. If you want you can e-mail me at eggertkrn at frontiernet dot net and I can send you a pic, Ken

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Here's a picture

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THE MULCHING BLADES ARE ON IT NOW. NO NEED TO EVER RAKE OR BAG AGAIN. I CAN STORE IT FOR THE WINTER FOR ANYONE INTERESTED TO BUY IT NEXT SPRING

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Wing -

You've got mail.

Thanks..

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Spring is coming. Check out this mower before you spend the extra money on a brand new one.

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Hey wingnut,

Where is the beer holder on that thing? J/K Just wanted to let your viewers know I have this mower and really like it.

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SOLD

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