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jonathon1289

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jonathon1289 last won the day on October 4 2014

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  1. Seems that way with almost everything anymore, why I ruled out B&S engines right away. From what I had read on other forums Kohler was still a decent option. I found a husqvarna mower at the dealer with a 18hp Kawasaki, I actually like it much better than the Cub Cadet although it is missing a couple of features. I'm still searching here/CL/Facebook for a good used option but otherwise may get the Husqvarna. In my price range it is starting to seem like the better option available even though I am giving up electric PTO (aggravating because their website lists it as electric pto but the model at the dealer is manual, so must be a sub-model).
  2. Really? My experience and everything I have read says otherwise. I know any company can release a batch with issues, but B&S seems to have a far worse rep than Kohler or Kawasaki. One of the new mowers I am considering does have a Kawasaki engine. @bud sending a message.
  3. Bump to start the week. I intend to buy something new this weekend if unable to locate something used in decent shape.
  4. WTB - Riding Lawn Mower View Advert I need a riding mower for the new yard (a week away from moving). Yard is a full acre so I really want a 46" deck but may consider other sizes. Looking for something in decent shape, a few years old. Prefer NOT a Briggs and Stratton engine. I have looked locally but haven't found anything used in decent condition. If I can't find something I plan to pick up a new Cub Cadet XT2. Advertiser jonathon1289 Date 05/12/2017 Price $800.00 Category Non-Firearm Classifieds Manufacturer Any Type of Item 10  
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    I need a riding mower for the new yard (a week away from moving). Yard is a full acre so I really want a 46" deck but may consider other sizes. Looking for something in decent shape, a few years old. Prefer NOT a Briggs and Stratton engine. I have looked locally but haven't found anything used in decent condition. If I can't find something I plan to pick up a new Cub Cadet XT2.

    $800.00

  6. If we were closer I would trade you a black slide or frame to offset some of that FDE. I think the single color is a bit much personally but I love the bi-tone looks (Black with FDE/OD/etc).
  7. Getting ready to move into a new place, one of the upgrades I plan to make is a smart thermostat. Current home I have a programmable thermostat but never invested in a Nest or anything as the place is fairly small. New place is 2 stories, but only a single HVAC zone, so I am leaning towards an Ecobee 3 system with a couple of remote sensors as the thermostat is upstairs (main floor, hallway) and a couple of primary rooms are in the basement. I would like to add some smart lights in the den/rec room but that can wait. Smart locks, I'm not sure yet. Would be useful when family is staying with us or whatever.
  8. Free just meet me in Columbia. Instead of trashing them I wanted to give someone a chance for the cans. I've seen some people collect and display the old metal cans like these.
  9. Old Smokeless Powder Cans with powder View Advert Someone gave me these cans from a deceased relative's stockpile. I am not comfortable using the power and don't collect the cans. One can of IMR-4350 is sealed and most likely good, as the other powder smelled fine, but it is completely on you if want to try it out. Cans are in varying degrees of rust and various amounts of powder remaining. Free if you want the cans for a collection or whatever otherwise I am dumping the powder in the yard and trashing the cans. Pickup in Columbia. Advertiser jonathon1289 Date 03/12/2017 Price Category Gear Classifieds Manufacturer Mixed Type of Item 1  
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    Someone gave me these cans from a deceased relative's stockpile. I am not comfortable using the power and don't collect the cans. One can of IMR-4350 is sealed and most likely good, as the other powder smelled fine, but it is completely on you if want to try it out. Cans are in varying degrees of rust and various amounts of powder remaining. Free if you want the cans for a collection or whatever otherwise I am dumping the powder in the yard and trashing the cans. Pickup in Columbia.

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  11. Very interested.
  12. Well, it may no longer matter. The listing agent of that specific house called back today, and they have a contract on it now. Someone made an offer sight unseen basically - inside is not finished and the builder had no available photos of the expected result which is partially why we were waiting for info. Oh well, lots of other houses being built, and both new/used pop up on the market daily. We haven't even listed our place yet, expect to this week and we expect an acceptable offer within 24 hours based on recent activity in this neighborhood. I'm not moving out until we find us a good spot, so someone may be waiting for a few weeks (beyond normal closing times) as part of the contingency in the contact.
  13. Yeah, that was one of the few things I was able to find last night. His name is on several houses that we saw over in the area. They all look very nice, I just would like to know more about dealing with that builder for warranty work and such.

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