Originally Posted by a clear difference lawn
I ran a 34 Gravely exclusively last season (I had 2 of them) and yes I struggled mightily at times to keep up. I had to work till dark on Sunday some weeks. I can already tell that the 52" is going to really help with productivity. Best case scenario would be to get a bigger trailer but I don't have that luxury due to limited space. Personally, I waited until I could use a bigger mower on at least half of my properties before pulling the trigger. I literally pulled out a tape measure at every account and worked it out. So far, I am very happy with the new mower.
It cool to see your small little business grow! I have read all your thread and compared it to my situation and i going to start your same set up in the next couple of months.
Two 21" mowers
Stihl: 2 String Trimmers, Hedge trimmer, Edger, Blower
5x8 landscape trailer w/rack
Mower Man LS
Honda Ridgeline 3.5-liter, 24-valve SOHC VTEC V-6 engine
Honda - Troy bilt push mower-Bagger/Side discharge/Mulch
Briggs And Stratton 6.75hp Troy bilt push mower-Bagger/Side discharge/Mulch
Briggs And Stratton 6.75hp Troy bilt push mower- Bagger/Side discharge/Mulch
Srm-225 Echo Weedeater
Pb 250 Echo Blower
Sthil FS 70 RC-E String Trimmer (27.2cc)
Stihl Back pack BR550
Gravley Pro 36" + jungle jim sulky
Gravely Compact pro 34"