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ProStreetCamaro
07-17-2004, 04:05 PM
Before anybody flames me for getting the 34Z let me explain. We have a bunch of lawns with gates that a 44 would not go through. None of which have any hills. My father has been useing a 36" scag with velke and he is getting older so thats why we got the 34Z. I just cut my yard with it and the quality of cut was excellent! He is going to love this mower! Here are some pics of our equipment. The 36" scag, 34Z and 48" Lazer fit perfectly on the 6.5'X12' Trailor!

http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid129/p698c84bd275012a714db0a5209f66a35/f7d0830b.jpg

http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid129/pfa49f34913dc6ccd0fe2cefafd4703f5/f7d08308.jpg

http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid129/pcc1a10347d61a783021cfd52024ce051/f7d08300.jpg

poolboy
07-17-2004, 04:25 PM
Now that's a trailer loaded with some muscle.

EastProLawn
07-17-2004, 05:36 PM
Pro, any LCO who does Residentials should not be without a 36" machine or less on there trailer, they are awesome machines to have for the exact reason you said, GATES....who wants to push a 21" around a big backyard when a 32", 34", or 36" w/b does a nice job.

ProStreetCamaro
07-29-2004, 05:31 PM
Anybody want that 36" scag in the pic? It cuts terrible hence the reason we will never buy another scag.

barringtonbrothers
07-29-2004, 09:19 PM
Originally posted by EastProLawn
Pro, any LCO who does Residentials should not be without a 36" machine or less on there trailer, they are awesome machines to have for the exact reason you said, GATES....who wants to push a 21" around a big backyard when a 32", 34", or 36" w/b does a nice job.

Amen to that. What I dont get are these small guys like me who go around with nothing more than a 52inch Z and nothing else on the trailer? I dont know about you but I target my neighborhoods, but I never get to pick me lawns. If they can get buy with just a Z more power too them. I want my stuff to be a dynamic as possible, that way I can give each job a professional look. Im not knocking them, but I would buy small before I went large is all I am saying.