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08-25-2004, 01:17 PM
The fall is nearly upon me.
I am thinking of a GCEXXL. Here are my questions:
1. I have a 2004 Laser CT. Will this be bracketless? I believe it has predrilled holes?
2. Is the GCEXXL to large for a a 52" deck?
3. IF my dealer doesn't carry you Accelerator, what distributor can the get it from in South Central Indiana?
4. Is the dealer list price approx. $459 for the GCEXXL?
08-25-2004, 10:55 PM
For a 52 exmark an XL would be a good idea, especially if you are using it for leaf cleanup. List is $459.00. Our distributor in your area is PACE out of plymouth, MI. Their phone number is 734-453-6258.
The catcher we make for the Exmark does not require a bracket or any drilling. It will interchange with all other exmark decks (except the 44 rider).
08-26-2004, 02:02 PM
So this catcher will fit both the Ultracut (Lazer) and the Trivantage (walkbehind) decks?
08-26-2004, 04:24 PM
Yes they will. We added a little bit to the height of the opening this year to allow for a good match with the deeper ultracut deck, so the catcher rides just a bit lower (on the trivantage) . We compensated by putting a small bend in the bagger just behind the opening to give a bit more elevation at the back. I wanted to keep the bagger compatible with both units so we would not have to have seperate baggers for each type of deck. I have not had any complaints about the fit on this so far this year so it seems to be working out ok.
09-10-2004, 11:41 AM
Thanks, Peter. I was able to get the XL. Used it for the first time yesterday. I have a couple of yards where leaves are just starting to fall. Not only did it allow me get those leaves, but it did a better job of collecting the grass than any 21" push with bagger. Of course, the vaccum and power generated by the ztr is greater but that same power didn't blow the leaves anywhere but directly into the catcher. One homeowner even stepped outside and said he never seen a yard that clean!
09-10-2004, 08:40 PM
Thanks for the compliment! We tried to make the bagger have the best possible ventalation in order to pick up wet grass (a problem here in the northwest).
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