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Old 03-30-2011, 01:26 AM
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Hey Rye I actually have a lawn renovation client there around the corner from you His back yard is very steep and ends at a wooden stockade fence.I wouldn't take my zero turn's on it but did use my commercial walk behind with no problem.Don't know how steep your hill is, you might want to check the angle before getting a zero turn.Tractor would probably be a little safer due to the fixed wheels opposed to the swivel casters.It's not fun sliding down a hill sideways on a zero turn heading for your fence. Been there and done that.If your mowing hills make sure what ever mower you get has a pressurized oil system so you don't burn it up on the hills.
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