Originally Posted by dropctony
I don't think I would be interested in the last pro turn you spoke about that was entry level. It seems that would be taking a step backwards yes? Also, why do the baggin system stop counting for something? That is much needed IMO for various properties I do, especially some of the realty and bank properties that I do that haven't been cut and is over 2.5' tall. I will check out the website to see what qualifies or a second piece.
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No you would not want the entry level machine. The 100 series and up would be great for you. I don't know why the bagger does not qualify for the fleet program anymore. Most people now buy a ZTR and a 21" or dethatcher to qualify for the fleet savings.