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Question DetailsAsked on 2/5/2018

Does anyone in Merritt Island or Brevard County recycle riding lawn mowers that no longer work?

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Many Lawn Mower and Power Tool repair shops (your Search the List category) buy (for fairly nominal $ unless in decent shape and running) mowers, especially fiarly recent popular brands/models, to either use for parts or to fix up and resell as used items.


Otherwise, to inflict someone else's wife with grief, leave out by sidealk for a few days with a FREE sign on it - power and yard items like that will generally disappear in short order even if not in great shape or running.


You could also check on google or Craigslist for people who go around getting used appliances and power tools to fix up and resell - there are home mechanic types who make a living doing that, particularly in rural areas.

Answered 9 months ago by LCD




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