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Old 02-12-2014, 11:09 PM
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*Walks up to 48 zero turn…cocks pistol…shoots it in engine block*

Take the 36 wb

you can do a lot with a 36.

you don't need to flood yourself with extra equipment too early.

IF you have the "don't know feeling" get a 36" wb because you are going to use it for sure.

If you get run over and the flood gates just open up and you don't know how you will ever keep up?
step 1) raise prices a little.
Step 2) if you still need to buy another more productive mower… and you have every reason to at that point (as well as the revenue to justify it)

If you find a silly good deal on a 48 while your shopping for your 36…you could be a little adventurous/speculative and pick it up...
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