Thread: Dixie Choppers
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Old 08-20-2006, 04:33 PM
REALSLOW REALSLOW is offline
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Originally Posted by Richard Martin
Nope, it doesn't happen. Dixie's top plate section is as thick as anybody's and if you're hitting stuff hard enough to bend 10 ga sides then you need to learn how to operate a mower.
That may be true about me operating the mower but they are mine to do with as I please but at least the decks I buy appear to be able to take a good shot like that unlike a junk Dxie deck. Like I said I looked at Dixie in the past and took one look at the cheesie deck and said no thanks. I have not really looked at them seriously since I just walk up to them take a few glances and say gee all the parts appear not to quit fit right.
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