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coolluv
12-27-2006, 03:59 PM
I have a chance to buy a new 2004 Hustler Hydro 37inch cut 15hp kaw. for 40% off. List price is $5280.00 Sale $3168.00 For those of you that own one what can you tell me about them both good and bad. I went to the dealer and tried it out in the lot and I really liked it. I know that is not as good as real world experience but hey its December. My only concern was that it was long and I want it for small properties where the Z is just not practical and for when something happens to my Z I have a backup. It handled well and was easy to control. but you really need to use it for a while to see if it is right for you or not. Any help would be appreciated. Also how is the cut? Thanks Dave.

captken
12-27-2006, 09:30 PM
bought new in 2003. Easiest walk to learn to use. First timers get on it and go. Those used to pistol grip controls usually take a bit longer to learn???go figure.

anyway, search here for tons of information concerning the Hustler Hydro.

I posted tons of pictures and comments back when I first joined lawnsite. Pictures show the machine in action.

kenny.

hue-nut
12-29-2006, 12:57 AM
Great choice! I did the exact same thing last year. I got the 37" hydro for $3750.00 and loved it. You will not find an easier hydro to use. It is a little long and bulky, but is built like a tank. It is so fast, 8 miles an hour fast, get a sulky and you will fly. If this is only going to be used for really small yards though, you could do better with a Hustler Trimstar.

Eakern & Dog
01-17-2007, 11:55 PM
I have a chance to buy a new 2004 Hustler Hydro 37inch cut 15hp kaw. for 40% off. List price is $5280.00 Sale $3168.00

Monroe Power Equipment in Covington has a 2006 44" Hydro Trimstar for about $3,700. You may want to look at that one as well.

brucec32
01-25-2007, 02:17 AM
That's a great price for a hydro wb with the H bar steering. It is a little long, but the steering should compensate a lot for that, in that it's so easy to use. It'd be hard to turn down that offer if a 37" is what you need.