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Hi newbie here and looking to purchase a used Gravely Walk Behind(see pic). Was wondering if anyone could help me out with some info about it such as the year of it and what a fair price is. I do know it's got "pro 50" on it which I assume means a 50inch blade and it's hydrostatic not belt driven. I have been on the Gravely site and could not find an exact match. Can get pics or info of a specific area if needed. ANY help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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I would imagine there would be a serial number plate on the machine near the controls or on the deck. I would say the engine would give you some insight, but almost looks like a replacement engine on the machine. With 470 hours it would make a good buy if everything is fully functional.
 

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Brad, thanks for the response! Will look to see about a serial or id # and the engine code. I've actually went and saw it and besides some fading on the paint and the tread on the tires being about 50% it started right up and everything worked great! Ran like a brand new mower! The owner seemed very honest and up front and said I was welcome to try it out til it ran out of gas or grass to cut lol, for which I pretty much did! Was actually one of the quieter and smoother running mowers i've seen and had PLENTY of power! NEVER bogged or seemed under-powered and cut like a dream! Put 2 hours on it before I even realized it was getting darklol! Any idea on what a fair price would be for it? The guys asking $2k OBO which seems to be inline with comparable models i've seen that aren't a Hydro plus he said he'd deliver it but I wouldn't know if that's good, bad, ugly, or in between.

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Brad, thanks for the response! Will look to see about a serial or id # and the engine code. I've actually went and saw it and besides some fading on the paint and the tread on the tires being about 50% it started right up and everything worked great! Ran like a brand new mower! The owner seemed very honest and up front and said I was welcome to try it out til it ran out of gas or grass to cut lol, for which I pretty much did! Was actually one of the quieter and smoother running mowers i've seen and had PLENTY of power! NEVER bogged or seemed under-powered and cut like a dream! Put 2 hours on it before I even realized it was getting darklol! Any idea on what a fair price would be for it? The guys asking $2k OBO which seems to be inline with comparable models i've seen that aren't a Hydro plus he said he'd deliver it but I wouldn't know if that's good, bad, ugly, or in between.

Thanks!

Jay
2k! wow. I just bought a promaster 100 50indeck for $350.
 
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