pathfinder1810
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pathfinder1810

LawnSite Member, from Magnolia, TX

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    1. d0nut
      d0nut
      Hi,

      I saw that you're from pearland or close to it and just purchased a ztr badboy after many considerations. I live in pearland with 1acre. I have been searching and seems sold on the hustler 42 sport. Which dealers did you go to that let you do all the demo test, especially testing at your house? That is just incredible service. I'd appreciate it very much if you can share some of the dealers that you've visited so i can test them out. Thanks!
    2. TaterTot
      TaterTot
      Hi,
      Would you mind posting another comment on your thread regarding your purchase of the Bad Boy mower and your experience with it after having used it for a month or so? Thanks.
    3. retrodog
      retrodog
      Hey, people here prefer the kohler, is it worth the extra five hundred bucks, prolly no. It is ashame what Briggs has become in the market, it is a better engine, but so many people have been burned by them it scares them. I say buy the Briggs, if it locks up within the first 5 hours, don't be worried, Briggs will replace no questions asked. As long as you get past the first 5 hours you are good. I have 6 out there that are being used commercially with no issues. I have had some cranks go bad within the first 5 hours though too. I think in the long run you will be happier with the Briggs, and keep the extra money for something else, unless you just want a 60" deck. I am glad you looked at the Bad Boy, sometimes all the negativity on here turns people away from them... I will put my BB's title for title against any mower out there right now...lol
    4. retrodog
      retrodog
      Hey, people here prefer the kohler, is it worth the extra $500, prolly no. It is ashame what Briggs has become in the market, it is a better engine, but so many people have been burned by them it scares them. I say buy the Briggs, if it locks up within the first 5 hours, don't be worried, Briggs will replace no questions asked. As long as you get past the first 5 hours you are good. I have 6 out there that are being used commercially with no issues. I have had some cranks go bad within the first 5 hours though too. I think in the long run you will be happier with the Briggs, and keep the $500 for something else, unless you just want a 60" deck. I am glad you looked at the Bad Boy, sometimes all the negativity on here turns people away from them... I will put my BB's title for title against any mower out there right now...lol
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