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Old 09-09-2011, 08:01 AM   #1
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what is the value of a paint sprayer - power twin 6900xlt

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Old 09-09-2011, 08:07 AM   #2
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A brand would help---

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Google is helpful --Brand new--$3700

Used? How used--those things need constant maintenance---Some sold for about $1000--

Others for more---How used?
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Hello Tim and welcome to the best darn DIY'r site on the web.

The value of this item as a used gas driven power sprayer will depend on its functionality, upkeep and overall appearance, these factors will determine a range of value.

As this item new ranges in value from $4500 to $7000 applying a factor for usage would determine the value as used.

Poor condition = <$500
Decent condition = $500-$1500
Good condition = $1500-$2500
New conditon = $2500-$3500

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Check eBay or other auction sites to see what the equipment is going for there and what people are willing to pay for shipping it.

Even if it is in great shape, market demand for it may not be great in this economy where you are. Packing and shipping it may not be an issue for someone elsewhere in the country if they do not need it right away. You can still ship more or less unbreakable things for next to nothing.

Don't forget the fees to sell it on eBay though and factor those into your costs. You might try a free ad on Craig's List first but I have never gotten calls but from wackos from that site.

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