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Depending on where you live, will have an impact on whom the best buyer is for your used lawn mower. If you leave in a suburb for example, your best option may be a local dealer. Out in the country, there are more options like various types of salvage yards for farming, tractors, and mowers.


Lawn mower salvage yards are the ideal place to sell a used or junked mower. The premise of the businesses is to buy mowers and either fix them or sell of the functioning parts. The more valuable the functioning parts have, the more you can potentially get for your equipment.

Aside from lawn mower yards you can look for tractor salvages and farming equipment salvages. These yards almost always also buy and sell used lawn mowers, The course of business will be exactly like going to a lawn mower junkyard and all of the advise above applies.

It depends on what you have, but you can also try specialty yards. For example if you have a Cub Cadet mower you can find a Cub Cadet salvage. Same goes for other poplar brands like John Deere. Dealing with a specialty salvage can often get you a higher payout. So it may be worth your while to see if there are salvages dedicated to your mowers manufacturer. Even if you have a Honda mower, you can find a Honda salvage yard that will buy it.

If your lawn mower works, my best advise is to try and sell it yourself first. This is the best profit you can make, but requires the most effort. Ebay and Craigslist are the two most common sources for trying to sell a used lawn mower. Even better you can use the platforms to see if anyone else is selling a similar make and model so you can price your equipment accordingly. You may even find folks who buys used lawn mowers and may even be looking for just the parts of your mower.

Before you find a place who buys used lawn mowers near me, just keep in mind, they are reselling it. Your best money making option is to sell directly to a buyer. A salvage, repair shop, pawn shop, etc need to get the equipment dirt cheap so they can sell it for a profit. Some places may even say your mower is worth nothing, but they will take it for free. Take some time, call around, and consider your alternatives before you just give your used mower away.

People can sell used and broken lawnmowers in many places, such as online, in a yard-sale, at a pawnshop, through word of mouth, in the local classifieds, and even at some scrap yards.

Aside from finding a buyer, determining what your old lawnmower is worth is one of the hardest parts of selling it. On the one hand, asking too much will scare off any potential buyers, and you will be stuck with the machine forever. On the other hand, although you would sell it much quicker, pricing it too low could rob you of money that could otherwise have gone towards a new mower. Luckily, there are a couple of ways that you can find out what your mower is worth.

This method is commonly used by pawn shops to price items when they are unsure of their value. They will go online, look for similar items that have sold, and compare the closing price each item sold for. While this may not show you what the actual value of your item is, it will show you what people are willing to pay. Remember, the key here is to look at items that have sold, and not what people are trying to sell them for.

Finally, you can use an online calculator to figure out what your used mower is worth. By factoring in the price you bought the mower for, its age, and the depreciation rate, these calculators determine the price of your lawnmower in the same way that they would find the price of a used car. CalculateThis is one such calculator, but you can find others with a quick online search.

While all the ideas listed above are great, the best way to sell any item is to list it in as many local classified and marketplaces as possible and wait for the buyers to come to you. If a few weeks pass without an offer, you may have it priced too high. Readjust your price and try again. With a little determination and patience, you should be able to sell your used mower and buy a new one in no time!

I remember when I was a teenager, I needed a mower for my new lawn care business. My only option was a used lawn mower because of my budget. In that time, I turned to Craigslist. I did a quick search, met up with a guy at the local gas station, and purchased a used John Deere lawn tractor. I was truly living the dream!

You will have to take a few factors into consideration, and then you can research the available options near you. The key is to make sure you know which type of lawn mower you are looking for. This will determine which marketplace below is best for your situation

Another popular option is the Facebook Marketplace. Most of us use Facebook. You can visit this social networking site to find the most suitable used lawn mower. You can select your location and then filter out the products depending on your specific requirements.

This option will probably bring the most results. There are tons of lawn mowers sold on Facebook everyday. It will depend on which type of mower you are looking for but you will probably be able to find it.

The forum is also great for purchasing used lawn mowers. Most of these will be commercial mowers and other equipment. If you are a homeowner looking for a lawn mower you would probably have better luck on Facebook Marketplace, OfferUp, or Craigslist.

If you've used the internet for awhile you have probably used Craigslist at some point. You can use Craigslist to buy both new and used lawn mowers. You can easily find a used lawn mower and meet the seller in person.

Don't for get about your local dealer! You can usually talk to your local dealer if you want a used lawn mower. They usually have some used equipment for sale or can use their networks to find a used lawn mower of your choice.

The best way to tell if you're getting a good deal is looking at the price of a new mower and then factoring in the age and condition of the used one. Keep in mind that lawn mowers are much like cars, but worse, when it comes to depreciating.

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Because lawn mowers are generally made of metal and rigid plastic components, they are, essentially, recyclable. But, put simply, having an old lawn mower recycled is a little more complicated than chucking it in the blue curbside bin.

If you have a riding lawn mower, the plug should be located on the side of the engine block. You can then take the used oil to an auto parts store or mechanic who can recycle the oil and do small engine disposal for you for a small fee.

While some charities do offer pickup (for a fee) of donated items that are difficult to haul in a car, chances are you will likely need to haul your old lawn mower to a donation center to drop it off.

Lawn mowers and other landscaping equipment can be cleaned of any fuel residue, broken down into its metal and plastic components, and the materials used in the production of new lawn equipment or other products.

Buying gently used merchandise can be a great way to stay within your budget. But, there are some general considerations that apply to any secondhand purchase: Will the item meet my needs? Does it work? Is it in good condition? How much does the same item cost new? How old is it? If it needs repair, how much will that cost and are the materials or parts still available?

Amanda eventually decided to purchase a new, self-propelled lawn mower with one of the recommended engines. It was on sale, but she was also able to get an extra 30% discount because the store had a special late-night sale event. The tips for what to look for when buying a used mower came in handy, and the service tips will help her keep her new mower in great condition.

Yes, Home Depot recycles old lawn mowers. Along with the RAQC, they even offer $150 vouchers to users who will choose to recycle and replace their old units at any participating Home Depot outlet. The only condition is it has to be a gas-powered mower replaced with an electric unit.

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No place that we know of deals exclusively in lawn mower and small engine tractor tires. Lawn mower tires are usually associated with other small wheel tires like ATV, small tractors, golf carts, etc. Here are the most common businesses that may carry them.

Tractor supply stores, particularly the ones that may sell salvage tractor parts will also carry used lawn mower tires. These places understand different applications have different tire requirements. This will allow them to better help you meet your needs, You can find used tires for push mowers, ride on, zero turn, stand on, and hydro walk behinds. You can even find used snow blower tires and other used tires for agricultural applications. Typically the best tires will come from these places, because they know how to inspect used tires for quality.

Lawn mower tires can take a beating running over sharp objects like sticks, branches, sprinklers, exposed pipes, etc. This can lead to a repair job on a tire. Repairs that are vulcanized can actually out live the tire itself. Regardless if it is vulcanized you should not use a lawn mower tire with any section repair in high-load applications. Anything not vulcanized using a patch or a plug kit, should be avoided entirely. 041b061a72

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