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Hansen1784
11-21-2006, 10:23 PM
Anyone know if the Quick 36 is going to have any changes for 2007?

RonB
11-21-2006, 11:06 PM
I recall a thread saying it would have faster reverse ..

and a 44" model.

BUCKEYE MOWING
11-22-2006, 12:24 AM
Minor modifcations to the handles and controls also.

Hansen1784
11-22-2006, 02:55 AM
Is the 44" model going to be dual hydro?

BUCKEYE MOWING
11-22-2006, 11:26 AM
Nope..single....You truly do not notice on machines this light that its a single hydro ...They are light and do not wear you out at all ...super easy to turn

greenbronco
11-22-2006, 11:59 AM
Nope..single....You truly do not notice on machines this light that its a single hydro ...They are light and do not wear you out at all ...super easy to turn
....... ok , my question is I used to have a Troybilt33" well not sure what it was called ( altho i called it plenty) . after using it all day often gave you a backache turning it. Also initially in the spring gave one a wrist ache because of the pistol controls,altho that never seemed to bother me much after a week or so. and had a high repair record belts,pulleys spindle problems etc. Any way HOw much better is quick 36? did anyone also have the troybilt to compare ? .......certainly looks like much better engine option thanks

BUCKEYE MOWING
11-22-2006, 12:07 PM
I have 100 hours in my first year with my Samurai and not had one problem...The thing is rock solid and while you have to get in "mowing shape" each year ..it does not cause any aches and pains

WJW Lawn
11-22-2006, 01:46 PM
Buckeye is right on! "Mowing Shape" is different than backaches...lol My Samurai gave me NO pains at all. My offseason belly however...well...that took some time lol But seriously...the Samurai is 300 pounds...a single hydro is all you need. I hear people say "You can't use a single hydro on small, tight yards" Im here to say that with the Quick that info is NOT RIGHT!! I service close to 60 accounts and 95% of them are 1/4 acre or less. The Samurai is a dream on these yards. So if you have a 36 that weighs 700 pounds then a dual hydro makes sense...but for 300 pounds...there isn't a need.