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Old 09-29-2012, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by ddixon7 View Post
A walker is so big and clunky. I don't see how you would cut a small yard, especially a hilly one.

Does it strain your back to use the levers between your legs?

Again comments from the uninitiated. Walkers shine on the small yards because they are so nimble.

Hills suck for most mowers. Even my 60'' mid mount had a hill mowing learning curve.
Its hill mowing ability was greatly improved with a set of aggressive tires.
A walker would be no different.

As for the
They are adjustable.
Its a natural position with your left arm resting across your left leg with your hand on the control levers.
I find the amount of movement required to control the mid mount to be far more tiring than the small amount of movement required to control the walker.
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