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Response to IrishAyes (Reply #6)

Tue Nov 25, 2014, 05:15 PM

24. A Snapper Comet is pretty close to a Yard Bug in fuction and they are all over the place down here..

The Snapper is actually even more elemental than the Yard Bug. Everything about it is simple and straightforward and I see some awfully decrepit ones still cutting grass. It's designed so that you can tip it up and it stands on its rear so you can work on the blade and under the deck with ease.

We have a Farmers Bulletin published by the state Agriculture Office that has this sort of classified ad section for mowers, tractors, livestock and so on in it, it's a free publication you subscribe to and free to place ads, it might be worth checking to see if something similar exists in your state, you could even write a want ad for a mower.



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