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Is it priced too high to price LOL

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greg hammel

07-31-2020 18:56:18

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i find it funny when you dont put a price on something you have for sale.

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08-02-2020 06:03:18

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 Re: Is it priced too high to price LOL in reply to greg hammel, 07-31-2020 18:56:18  
I called a jockey one time about a tractor he had advertised without a price. It took him two minutes to get to the price. "Well if it was an average tractor, it'd be worth X, but this one is about average, only has X hours, and the tires are good, etc". When he did finally get to the price, I could have bought three "average" ones for what he wanted for it.

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08-01-2020 13:49:56

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 Re: Is it priced too high to price LOL in reply to greg hammel, 07-31-2020 18:56:18  
I think dealers and jockeys of all kind are always weary to advertise publicly their margin so the guy that sold it to them is not upset by their margin.

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wilson ind

08-01-2020 10:59:52

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 Re: Is it priced too high to price LOL in reply to greg hammel, 07-31-2020 18:56:18  
crude rude and socially unacceptable to advertise with no price. Its the sellers job to set a price. Wonder what those sellers would do if a restaurant did not post prices?

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07-31-2020 21:15:19

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 Re: Is it priced too high to price LOL in reply to greg hammel, 07-31-2020 18:56:18  
If the price is not included I automatically assume it's beyond my budget.

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