Originally Posted by TLS
Maybe the OP'ers sticks are in the high position?
You have to ride a ZTR like a horse.
But, I still question how these other (lesser) mowers supposedly rode better.
The Flex-Forks are smoother riding then the effects of smaller, lighter and more flexing caster arms of lesser ZTR's.
So that only leaves the rear tires as the variable. It's either pressure or sidewall stiffness.
But that being said, I didn't notice any difference between my 2006 and the 2012 demo.
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I noticed a difference immedietely in ride of the chasses itself but the flex forks really did work on the newer designed Super, the mower is superior but I do not like the added 200 pounds.
I would want to demo the newer unit on steep slopes because the weight would make it slide to the bottom more easily. I cut some really steep stuff.
His complaint is very valid, I had a guy tell me his new super was doing the same thing 3 months ago and it pissed him off good so if you all find a cure I will pass it along to him.
He claimed his old XR7 60 did not have the deck jump but the new one did, hopefully it is just the 60 and not the 72.