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Old 02-10-2012, 06:08 PM
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Not sure about bad ass, but thanks haha. You would come around on the Walker's if you had to bag every single account. Though a midmount with a good catcher does the same thing.
what are you bagging btw?

no reason to bag unless youa re removing debri, or cutting bermuda, zoysia or other warm season grasses.

otherwise, i think the mower is the finest perma bagger you can get. however, i would never have a center wheel on the rear. only would use the double oscillating tail wheels. that, and only a diesel powered, power dump model.

i super hate bad stripes, and third wheel marks, unleveled deck marks eat me up!!
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Old 02-10-2012, 06:18 PM
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Great business card! Does it have a back to it or is it blank?
Blank back side.

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what are you bagging btw?

no reason to bag unless youa re removing debri, or cutting bermuda, zoysia or other warm season grasses.

otherwise, i think the mower is the finest perma bagger you can get. however, i would never have a center wheel on the rear. only would use the double oscillating tail wheels. that, and only a diesel powered, power dump model.

i super hate bad stripes, and third wheel marks, unleveled deck marks eat me up!!
Um, because everyone else here does? LOL. I do mow some warm season lawns. I have some houses with cottonwood or other trees that have leaves constantly falling. And most of my lawns grow fast enough I would have to triple cut to get it to look decent, and that's not efficient at all. Would rather just dump mower 1 or 2 times per lawn. Plus it saves a lot of time not having to do as much blowing.

It is the perception of customers in my market that bagging is just simply an understood part of the job. The only things that don't get bagged are empty lots, and **** hole yards that I (and the customer) don't care about lol.
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Old 03-11-2012, 09:45 PM
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anymore pics of the walker? any issues with the 26 EFI?
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Old 03-11-2012, 10:32 PM
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anymore pics of the walker? any issues with the 26 EFI?
I had 1 problem with it last year, had a wire come lose that made it run rough. Took it to the dealer because I didn't have time to mess with it, cost a couple hundred bucks for them to diagnose it.
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