Originally Posted by Exmarkboy13
1)some 80 grit sandpaper, and Cats Eye Gold scag paint would work wonders on the machine.
2)use the cubcadet to tow your 5x8 around with the scag on it. yes, it works, very well actually. they sell a hitch post at lowes called "Hitchin Post" or something similar made just for this
3)slow and steady with the scag until you get used to it. its obviously real wet in the spring, and your gonna tear your yards up if you turn to fast for your abilities.
other than that, everything looks pretty good. looking forward to some work pictures in the spring....
I Have the scag paint and wire brush on my grinder and the cub cadet is getting a plow put on and there is no way in H3ll my cub cadet will make it around the hydro is shot in it 300.00hrs of use took its toll on the poor mower and yeah im kinda testing the waters with the scag and wet grass i gotta get into the groove of slow and steady because back in the day i would whip the tractor around. lol