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Old 12-29-2012, 05:56 PM
pseudosun pseudosun is online now
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Don't rule out fixing some things on your mower. It wasn't as hard as i thought; i surprised myself. Get a manual, and read it, and just get familiar with how everything operates. For 60 properties, i'd get a 32 with a sulky. When your legs start to give out, it will be nice to ride behind it. Looking for a slightly used 32" scag would be a good option. If you aren't even worried about your legs getting sore, try that 30" as suggested above. It's really a big difference over the 21, if you don't overlap too much. I know this isn't recommended here, but there was a period when i'd just get used residential riding mowers, and just use them up. You don't go into debt, and you can ride
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