Originally Posted by Ridin' Green
I know. In reality though, there's not that much actual difference in price between the top of the line engines and the ones they've chosen (for the manu's). They could have kept the price down to within a few hundred of where it is now, and still used a good engine. Just stepping up in engine quality shouldn't raise the price 3K.
Whell your talking about steping up to a wet clutch pto, faster speed, kubota built pumps, kubota gas engines and so on. This is a mower built to compete with the cheapest deere's and toro's. You can't do that when a good engine alone retails at close to 2 grand retail.
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