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 03-15-2000, 00:00 Post: 13774
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A retiring landscaper has a Brillion Drill Seeder for sale. He is asking $575 OBO. Says it has been kept inside always and is very servicable and ready to work. Thats all the info I have on it. Does that sound like a good price?






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 03-15-2000, 00:00 Post: 13785
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John, the Brillion seeder is an excellent seeder. I bought a used one 15 years ago and completely rebuilt it and still have it sitting in my shop today. I purchased a new one 2 years ago for $2100. $575 sounds resonable as long as nothing major is wrong. Parts are relatively easy to obtain and I do have a parts manual if you need any numbers etc. Let me know the condition of it and if it has been used recently. Hope this helps a little bit in you decision.






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 03-15-2000, 00:00 Post: 13786
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that's not a bad price.check to see if it's a split box or the landscape model.the landscaper has a single box with a brush adgitater in it,where as the sure stand has a large front box and a small rear box.i have a 5'6 and 8 foot sure stand and both are excellent tools.






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 03-16-2000, 00:00 Post: 13789
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I believe he mentioned that it had a brush in it. Would that make it the landscaper model? I asked if it needed anything and he said no, it was ready to go to work. I would use it to seed 15 acres or so, then sell it in a year or two and get most of my money back. Thanks for the offer Kevin.






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 03-16-2000, 00:00 Post: 13822
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Ya gotta move fast on a good deal! I got my money out of the bank at lunch today, called the fellow to tell him I would be over after work, then found out he sold the seeder this morning. (:<






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