I'm thinking about stepping it up to a 36" WB. I went to my nearest Scag dealer and they are also a Hustler dealer. I looked at the hustler, and also liked it alot too. I'm rather torn between the two. I like the Trimstar's design especially compared to the V-Ride that Scag offers (handle style).
With the Trimstar I noticed right away that the very front of the deck was welded closed.. therefore not leaving a gap between the baffle itself and the front of the deck. I'm not sure if this would really affect the cut or not. Then again I like how Scag has the Advantage deck with the custom built baffle, that is adjustable.
For a 09 never used Scag 36" WB with a 16hp Kawasaki (brand new condition) I could get it for $3100. However I am (if accepted.. which I should be) Going through the police academy from may-july which is mon-friday 8-5, so really I'd have two days a week to mow. With the econemy the way it is right now I am not sure what I should try to do. I recently repainted the deck of the ferris, I also played with the throttle a little bit and the engine sounds a bit better. I am going to check on the belt tension in just a minute to see if that is what is causing the cutting issue. In the mean time.. does anyone have experience with Scag/Hustler W/B mowers? What would you personally recommend?
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