11-27-2012, 04:42 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Ocean City, NJ
Originally Posted by robertcoats
Here's a few photos from an old brochure....
Honda made a series of hydrostatic versions, with various deck sizes; these were based off of Bunton, Inc. designs and assembled at the Bunton plant in Louisville, KY.
• HRC7013, 13hp single-cylinder engine, 36 and 48 inch decks
• HRC7018 & HRC7020, 18hp & 20hp twin-cylinder engine, 52 and 60 inch decks
There was also a gear-transmission model, the HRC7113, also a 13hp unit with a 36 and 48 decks. It had a transmission made by the Auburn, Inc. company.
All had mulching kits and massive side-mount grass bags, as well as the ride-on Sulky...
See attached .PDF file for images..
Caveat: I work for Honda, but the preceding is my opinion alone.
4 21" Snapper Hi Vacs
Shindaiwa and Kawasaki Handhelds (with 2 stihls)
Lesco #80 SS spreader and BP sprayer
Quality Steel 62x96" utility trailer with overhead basket JJ trimmer racks, and hand tool rack.
Corona, Jackson, and True Temper hand tools/wheel barrels, Green Barrels, and too many Nice shop tools.
Lets max out the hits explains my post count….
The kid who does landscaping, and does it quite well.