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Old 08-26-2013, 05:21 PM
lisavinoles@cableone.net lisavinoles@cableone.net is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: Sherman TX
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Scag vs Bad Boy

No, the money was not the issue. The ISSUE is that the Scag is in the shop every week or two. NOT reliable. With all the grass I need to keep up with, I need a reliable tool. Maybe now with TWO mowers, I'll at least have one working at any given moment.

And no... I watched the clock on the "north 40". It DEFINITELY was that much faster. Even if you only consider the fact that I did NOT have to "overlap" to get a good cut, it was STILL WAY FASTER. With the Scag, I had to overlap by at least 1/3 to 1/2 to get a clean cut.

I still stand by my posts about the superior quality of the Bad Boy.
 
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