View Full Version : Bagging Options
05-27-2000, 05:20 PM
Is there any other options for bagging with a Exmark Lazer Z besides a trac-vac system. I just don't like the way the hose comes around the side like that, but there is probobly no other way to go. Does anyone use any trac-vac units. I was also wondering how they worked on sucking up those leaves. Thanks in advance!<p>----------<br>"guido"<br>David M. Famiglietti
05-27-2000, 06:24 PM
I use a bag that fits on the side of the deck (like a walk behind). It works o.k.<br>In heavy grass you must double cut, with the bag on for the second pass. A little more time, but reduces your clippings by about 70%. On and off is a second. Cost $335 vs $1800+.<br>I use this on a 60" Lazer.
05-27-2000, 06:52 PM
Is the bag made by Exmark or is it aftermarket??<p>----------<br>"guido"<br>David M. Famiglietti
05-27-2000, 06:58 PM
After market<br>Accellerator<br>I think grass gobler makes one also<br>Mine has not bracket..just on and off.
05-27-2000, 07:12 PM
Hey, quick response here. Had Exmark trac vac w/ 8 hp ic motor. This was about 500 lbs. dry weight including weight kit on front of 60" mower. This unit sucks up every thing, including pets and small children. However, it has limited capacity, more maintenance ( another motor) etc. <p>Now, Exmark is coming out with the Ultra series vac system. This has an extra shieve on the drive spindle to drive a impellor assembly. Very slick, I have one on a 48" hp lazer. Is not yet available on the 60 or 72 models, but give them time, eh? Cost for 48" unit, $1,200.<p>gus
05-27-2000, 09:02 PM
Here's a site you might find interesting, unit comes with a spindle driven blower.<p>www.turfspecialty.com
05-28-2000, 05:41 AM
Thanks Guys!!<p>----------<br>"guido"<br>David M. Famiglietti
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