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Old 03-12-2012, 02:15 PM
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WHat is your bottom dollar on this? I need a 36" for this season, but dont have 2200 for a 36".

PM me your lowest number. Im interested for the right price.
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Old 03-12-2012, 03:03 PM
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I think this is way to far away if i remember but where is it? Cant see on my phone
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I think this is way to far away if i remember but where is it? Cant see on my phone
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It is located in Rutherford, New jersey.
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Yup...always east of me a million miles
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Old 03-12-2012, 04:46 PM
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WHat is your bottom dollar on this? I need a 36" for this season, but dont have 2200 for a 36".

PM me your lowest number. Im interested for the right price.
PM sent..........
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hey bro would you be interested in trading i have a brand new snow-ex 575 tailgate salter and some money
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:52 PM
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hey bro would you be interested in trading i have a brand new snow-ex 575 tailgate salter and some money
Sorry, i have no use for a spreader.
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If I can ask, how do the ECS controls work with a belt drive? How does it differ from a dual hydro drive with ECS?
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Old 03-14-2012, 12:01 AM
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If I can ask, how do the ECS controls work with a belt drive? How does it differ from a dual hydro drive with ECS?
Ask anything you want lol. I've never used pistol grips, but from what it looks like, they look painful to use if youre using it for the day. These are very comfortable to operate. I cant answer with the hydro's because i've never used a hydro walk behind.
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Old 03-14-2012, 12:08 AM
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Reverse is powered by "armstrong".

As for the actual levers on a belt drive ECS, they are very similar to operation on a belt drive pistol grip. Once you stop the mower, you must move the gear transmission to the "reverse asset" and then release the levers while "helping" to pull the mower backwards.

On a hydro, once you squeeze the levers harder, it reverses without "armstrong" power.

While this belt drive is harder to muscle on a 48"+ mower, it is very quick and easy on a 36" deck.

On this mower, you get a great floating 36" deck at a price point of a gear drive mower.
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