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Old 05-31-2012, 02:32 AM
dutchacres dutchacres is offline
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Exmark cut quality is at the top so I would not touch it if it was me. They do tend to clump more than a Scag or Ferris in damp wet grass but being a homeowner you will probably not cut in those condition a lot. That ultracut deck was the best Exmark deck made IMO. I ran that deck for years and loved them. The only thing I really did not care for was the sealed bearings on the spindles. You will have a great mower with it as is. Post some before and after pics so we can see the beauty.
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