Originally Posted by BrunoT
New members, pay attention and learn what a good thread is.
This guy had something to offer as well as to ask.
He created a thread of wide general interest, not just one created only for HIS needs/interests.
He used coherent grammar and spelling.
He didn't create a thread on a topic where 35 threads already exist.
He included pics to further our understanding of the machine, not as a substitute facebook page to show off his toys.
Now, try to be like him.
Glad to finally hear more feedback on this machine.
Does the platform cushion the shock on knees/ankles well?
I love this post! Too funny. And thanks by the way!
To answer your question, I used the machine for about a week and a half and my knees and ankles felt great. The platform was very "bouncy" if you will. It allowed the machine to take a lot of the shock and I feel that standing was better for my back in general instead of getting all thrown around while sitting. Not sure if that makes sense, but that's the only way I can explain it, lol.
Originally Posted by mowerbrad
I can't think of many companies in my area that really use stand-on mowers. I saw my first toro grandstand "in the field" just the other day. I have yet to see the scag v-ride but they look kind of cool. I love stand-on mowers and hope to have one in the near future...but I bleed green, so I'd have to really like the scag to get it.
Any other pics of lawns after you mowed them with the scag?
Yeah it's funny that you say that because besides Wrights, I really never see that many stand ons around here. To this day I don't think I've seen a Grandstand or an Exmark Vantage around here. It's funny that you say you bleed green and would have to really love the scag to buy it. I never thought I would buy anything but Toro or Exmark. But I tried this mower and will definitely be adding an orange machine to the fleet, which says a lot because I am totally OCD about having all red equipment between Exmark, Toro, and Redmax. lol
Oh and I did find two pics that I took. I will try to remember to bring my camera in today after work.