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Old 01-21-2013, 07:51 PM   #17
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It was posted a few months ago too. Too much IMO. $175-$200 tops if the roto is in great shape. Also check every nook and cranny for rust. Point out that the 10 year stamp on the tank is expired and will be $60 to replace and that a new ash sweeper and ring/pot will run you $50. Remember that if the welds on the kettle are rusty you can't get redhead replacement parts anymore. Then offer $150 cash and wave it in his face. He''ll get a fair price and you won't lose any sleep wondering if you overpaid.
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