When we bought out the Cox stock, we got over 35,000 engines. We are down to less than half.
This is the reason we don't really like to sell large quantities to one company (we turned down a 1,000 engine order earlier this year).
We need to make our engine stock last as long as possible as we will not be able to manufacture engines in low runs at reasonable cost. Engines are our core product and drive our parts and accessory sales.
This is why we have mixed feelings about selling to the giant retailers but we'll see how it goes.
Once we run out of engines, expect sticker shock for any that we have to manufacture. Like $80+ for a Babe Bee.