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+1 on everything Scott said. My first impression was how bald the back tires were. It has some miles one it. Definitely check the reel and bedknife. If you needed to replace that you could easily be spending $300+ for new parts. I searched the Atlanta Craigslist and saw some McLane's around the same price that looked fresher. I'm a fan of the TC's over the McLane's because they have more height adjustments, but quite a few members on here have beautiful McLane cut lawns.SGrabs33 said:Is it a craigslist ad? Just trying to see if there are more pictures to check out.
150 is a pretty good price if it's working
It is the older model
Tires are worn down quite a bit, meaning it's just been used a lot.
First, it's great to have another NCer in here. What part are you from?Luthersrose said:I have a tru cut p20 and it seems like I am having to replace the motor chain once a year. It stretches out and the link connector breaks. My guess is the clutch needs replacing. I've ordered a new one and it is on the way. How hard is it to replace? I order the whole assembly thinking it might be easier to replace than just the sprocket and shaft. What adjustments if any do I have to make after installing the clutch?. I have a new chain but it is too tight with the old clutch my guess is with the new one it should be long enough.