View Single Post
Old 03-12-2010, 08:48 PM is offline
LawnSite Member
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Morristown TN
Posts: 85
Well Scag is a very good brand, great cut and quality machine. Walk behinds are a big jump from a push mower but still more for beginers or small properties. They are work to run and don't leave behind as nice a cut as you are walking on the grass or draging a Velky behind the cut path. Z turns will cut more grass and leave a cleaner cut. Standers are the best of both worlds, compact, great cut, no back problems, and can cut steeper banks. As for size, well that depends on the properties you are cutting. 36" will get into back yards and still put down some grass. Never liked anything between 36" and 52". 52" has three blades and seems to mulch and cut taller, thicker grass better. Bigger than that is great for big flat properties not res or hilly areas. Next is HP, don't buy a 36" with less than 15-16H or a 52" with less than 23H. More power means it will cut taller thicker grass easier and will last longer in the long run becuse the motor is notr working as hard. Wright makes a great Stander.

'97 F350 w/12 cy aluminum dump
52" Wright Sentar
52" Scag Turf Tiger
36" Wright Stander
36" Scag Hydro w/Velky
3x Stihl FS130 weed eater
Stihl FC110 edger
2x Stihl BR600 blower
40" Echo Hedge Trimmer
75" Echo Hedge Trimmer *CUSTOM*
Stihl MS 880,440,200T,019T saws
Stihl HT 75 pole prunner
New Holland LX865 skid steer+attachments
Wood Chuck WC16 chipper
8x16 trailer
8x20 tri axle
Polaris Sportsman 500 for spraying and fertilizing
Why be normal, when you can be SUPERIOR!!:nono:
Reply With Quote
Page generated in 0.03773 seconds with 8 queries