Originally Posted by demhustler
simple guard plates would help as physically, as psychologically
2. Ted, does it works on u-turns 2(3)point-turns)
getting faster and heavier - it hard to stop and turn those babies
Grasshopper beats superz on small-medium lawns due to turns (and with or without turf damage)- rear wheels on deceleration just have not enough traction (similar to going downhill nose down)
I would imagine the brakes can be applied at any time or in any direction, as in while you're doing a zero turn. I'm also pretty sure young guys will be using the front brakes to do burn outs since it would be pretty easy to do. Not that I'd try it!