Originally Posted by xstatikplus
As it goes with any machine you learn where it will scalp and where it won't. If you know the property shouldn't be much of a problem if you don't risk it in tricky spots until you get a good idea of where a new machine can go and where it can't.
You HAVE to know the property which ever size deck you have.
I've been thrown over the bars on several walkbehinds because of uneven spots or hidden objects next to beds etc...
That's why I want to get rid of all my bigger walkbehinds and just use a 36 hydro for gated properties.
However, I have been stopped in my tracks with my 36 also.
Just have to read the landscape really good.