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Old 03-07-2010, 07:34 AM
scotlykins scotlykins is offline
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BS.......you don't have a clue....... drive IS NOT smooth on the exmark or new Toros! WAY overresponsive, cannot keep them straight whatsoever!!!!!! You must work for exmark to post crap like that!! I wanted to buy a toro, but he l l no... Cannot believe I even responded to this... OMG
I like responsive controls. I noticed that when I first rode one. It has more speed also than the old Lazer.

We do many tight areas, such as apartment complexes and it is an asset for a mower to be responsive. Going straight !!
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Old 03-07-2010, 08:46 AM
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Where abouts are you mowing? Im convinced different decks perform better or worse given the various grass varieties.
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Old 03-07-2010, 01:06 PM
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mowerknower, I'm surprised to hear you say you sell Toro too, but the lazer is head and shoulders above it. The G3 is basically the same rig, and when I demo'd them both I found the handling/performance virtually identical. They're the sportscars of zero turns. I can kind of understand why SLC may say what he does. If you're used to the comparatively more sluggish handling of another brand the handling of the lazer/G3 may indeed seem overly touchy.
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Old 03-07-2010, 01:10 PM
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Where abouts are you mowing? Im convinced different decks perform better or worse given the various grass varieties.
Yes, that true. Deck performance reports read here need to considered in that light.
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Old 03-07-2010, 09:35 PM
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The G3 is basically the same rig, and when I demo'd them both I found the handling/performance virtually identical.
They are not the same rig. The machines are similar but the decks are different. Toro is using the Turbo Force deck. They have been using that deck for 5 years now. I had a Toro with that deck and it would not cut with my Lazers with the Ultra Cut decks.
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