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RE: (ET) E 20 value?
- Subject: RE: (ET) E 20 value?
- From: "Elie, Larry (L.D.)" <lelie ford com>
- Date: Mon, 13 May 2002 09:52:57 -0400
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- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu
It depends on how much your time is worth to you. You say they are all in
good condition, and 4 or 5 year batteries aren't a problem if they were
kept up. The tiller is pretty robust and works pretty well (turns a bit
slow), but the condition of the deck is the important item; a rebuilt deck
motor is around a hundred dollars. If you like tinkering, you can keep
looking and will probably do better. If you want to start mowing, $1,400
is a fraction of the price of a new tractor with mower and tiller. Even a
used John Deere or Bollens with a tiller will be around that price if not
From: VAIRBOY aol com [mailto:VAIRBOY aol com]
Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2002 12:49 AM
To: elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu
Subject: (ET) E 20 value?
I am new to the elec-trak world and am having fun reading and learning
these interesting machines.
I stumbled across an E 20 with mowerdeck, rotary brush/catcher and roto
tiller attachments all in good condition (batteries are 4 or 5 years old).
The asking price is $1400 which seems a little high to me. What do you
think? From what I understand the tillers are not very common so this
MIGHT not be all that far out of line. Do the tillers really work well?
does the elec-trak compare to a modern lawn tractor for cutting (and
up) grass? Has anyone had success adapting a wood splitter, possibly using
the fork lift attachment? - Thanks, Craig Miller