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    Default 8-71 weiand blower never used

    I have 2 new 8-71 blowers (never ran) polished.
    Has front snout and rear plate.
    I just want to sell one now and keep one for later.
    you pick which one you want.

    $2200.00 obo


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    Are they complete belt,pulleys,intake,carb adaptor,ect?

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    No, that would be about $3500 as new one is $4000 plus.
    I do have a new complete set up with everything


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    You can buy a brand new 8-71 complete polished kit from summit for $3,399.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinTurbo540 View Post
    You can buy a brand new 8-71 complete polished kit from summit for $3,399.00
    Yep, just looked it up myself. SUMMIT-$3399+$300.00 tax=$3699.00 + shipping
    Ok then .
    my complete kit for $3200.00 (save $500)

    But I really did not want to sell the kit,just a blower.

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    Since when do you ever pay tax when ordering from summit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinturbo540 View Post
    since when do you ever pay tax when ordering from summit?
    never

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    Why you guys busting his balls. If its to much for you and he doesnt accept your offer, than move on.
    I remember some of the same BS when I sold my blower as a complete kit. Go to Summit then.Hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkey View Post
    Why you guys busting his balls. If its to much for you and he doesnt accept your offer, than move on.
    I remember some of the same BS when I sold my blower as a complete kit. Go to Summit then.Hehehe

    nothing wrong with a little haggling......in the old days that used to be called..."jewing someone down" but thats not politically correct anymore......butch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biesemeyer original SS339 View Post
    nothing wrong with a little haggling......in the old days that used to be called..."jewing someone down" but thats not politically correct anymore......butch
    I do not have a problem with haggling, so hagglle away.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Biesemeyer original SS339 View Post
    nothing wrong with a little haggling......in the old days that used to be called..."jewing someone down" but thats not politically correct anymore......butch
    Haggling is between a prospective buyer and the seller. Not standing on the corner telling everyone that looks to buy there might be a better deal down the street. A good deal is a state of mind. If someone buys a part for twice what they sell it for at abc cheapy mart and thinks they got a good deal then they did. If they buy it cheaper than anywhere else and they feel they were ripped off it still wasn't a good deal. Glad I'm not selling anything... just looking and wishing.

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    I am not trying to bust his balls on anything here, they are great blowers and hope he gets exactly what he wants for them!! I was just saying that they are 3,399 for a brand new kit, not 4,000 plus.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkey View Post
    Why you guys busting his balls. If its to much for you and he doesnt accept your offer, than move on.
    I remember some of the same BS when I sold my blower as a complete kit. Go to Summit then.Hehehe
    I am not busting his balls by asking what goes with it and agreeing that Summit does not charge tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vdrive502 View Post
    I am not busting his balls by asking what goes with it and agreeing that Summit does not charge tax.
    I agree with your agree. Just the facts ,man.

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