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Old 12-24-2012, 05:35 PM
Monroe'sLawnCare Monroe'sLawnCare is offline
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Originally Posted by MJ Services View Post
I ran a single axle with two Sachs. One zrt and one walk behind. Along with trimmers blowers toniest etc. it was awesome having a single simply due to only having two tires to replace, more maneuverable and it fit everything I needed. Not having brakes sucked tho. I just sold it to upgrade to a dual axle but only because u needed it to start hauling my new compact tractor. If you're sure u won't need a dual axle then don't get it. If u think u might need extra space in the future along with more weight capacity, then just get the dual mow. But if you're strictly doing mowing and nothing more then I'd recommend the single axle. So really only u can answer this question. Hth
Did you ever have any problems stopping without trailer brakes in rain or wet roads?
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