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Old 06-15-2013, 10:08 PM
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They cut so good. But please understand these mowers have a sole purpose. They are dedicated baggers. They are made for small high end properties that have to be perfect. They are good for tight areas and horrible on hills. If you cut huge hilly properties you would be wasting your money with this machine. If your cutting high end, very intricate, precise semi flat properties from 1/4-3/4 acres, then you can't get a better mower. They are great for cleanups. They are expensive to fix but are reliable if taken care of like anything else. You have to pay attention more with this mower since its a dedicated bagger and everything it cuts runs through another blade on its way to the hopper. So if you hit a huge rock, log, stick, baseball ect, the machine will try to bag it, and destroy all kinds of things including your wallet. That's why you run them on properties that don't have that crap on them. I've noticed you really have to watch out for golf balls since all the properties we cut with this machine always backup to golf courses.
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