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Re: Here is how I act at sales!!!

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dhermesc

01-03-2013 07:49:21
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So you did the exact same thing the guy did with the loader brackets.




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JD Seller

01-03-2013 20:22:38
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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to dhermesc, 01-03-2013 07:49:21  
No I did not. If you read my post carefully you would see that I told the auctioneer and he announced that the "new" plow parts would fit the plow that was selling later in the sale. I did not hide or cover up anything.

I bought them and planned on buying the plow. It just went for more than I wanted to give.

Also I went to the guy that bought the plow and told him what I gave for the parts and about what they would cost new. I let him put what he felt was a fair price on them. I did not asked for half new or actually any price at all. He told me what he would give for them. I accepted his offer. We both where happy.

I bet the guy that bought the loader brackets was not happy. I know the auctioneer was not happy having to referee an issue at the sale. The owner just wanted the stuff gone for a fair price. So the only person happy in that transaction was the guy that resold the loader brackets.

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dhermesc

01-04-2013 05:43:56
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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to JD Seller, 01-03-2013 20:22:38  
You bought them and sold them at a profit knowing they belonged with the plow.



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oldtanker

01-04-2013 06:19:47
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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to dhermesc, 01-04-2013 05:43:56  
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I don't agree with that. They were parts that fit the plow. But because they would fit other plows they did not belong with that plow. I've been to more than one auction where parts for something was there and sold seperate from the item they fit. In almost every case the auctioneer has announced that these parts are A. new or used and B. fit this piece of equipment that will be sold later if he knows what the parts fit. I think it has affected the price of the piece of equipment when it sold later but if they are a in demand part it may be smarter to sell seperate.

Rick

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dhermesc

01-04-2013 07:15:32
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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to oldtanker, 01-04-2013 06:19:47  
So you think those loader mounts wouldn't fit another loader?



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JD Seller

01-04-2013 22:23:40
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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to dhermesc, 01-04-2013 07:15:32  
The plow was able to be used just like it sold. The parts I bought where replacement parts that the owners had on hand for the plow. The buyer of the plow did not want the parts.

In the case of the loaders brackets the loader could not have been used without a set of brackets.

If a fuel storage tank is sold at a sale it does not go with a tractor because the fuel would be used in the tractor.

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