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Old 10-07-2012, 09:48 PM
StanWilhite StanWilhite is online now
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I have to agree with you here. All the names are confusing! I just wish that dealer didnt put solid tires on the 460 as the hybrid tires are one of the key features that contribute to the amazing ride and works in conjuntion with the air seat and isolated platforms...
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I agree, the seat and soft tires are a winning combination.
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:52 PM
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Ive been interested in BadBoy for a few years now and ive decided im getting an outlaw.

I searched and read every thread and review on the brand i could find. I did find some not so good reviews but certainly no worse reviews than exmark, hustler, toro, ferris, scag and so on.

The people that bash them dont seem to be able to provide any compelling evidence as to why they are so terrible and that is why i take those reviews, posts or threads for a grain of salt.

What i see happen more often than not is when someone has a problem with exmark (for example) everyone jumps in to help the owner fix the problem. But when someone posts a problem with badboy you only get people saying how horrible they are and you got what you paid for. Easy to see from that alone that the negative talk is unfounded about BadBoy.

Ive looked at the specs on all the machines that are popular, i dont see anywhere that badboy cut corners in anything they built, if anything they are very over built, they are literally tanks. Even their home owner models are crazy over built
One bb weight 1230 exmark lazer 1260 who has heavier built mower 2---look at front caster grease cap, 3--- look at bb deck supports 4-- look at add ons (example front no flats) this is comparing an outlaw xp vs lazer x to me at end of day you get what you pay for
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Old 10-09-2012, 01:18 AM
StanWilhite StanWilhite is online now
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One bb weight 1230 exmark lazer 1260 who has heavier built mower 2---look at front caster grease cap, 3--- look at bb deck supports 4-- look at add ons (example front no flats) this is comparing an outlaw xp vs lazer x to me at end of day you get what you pay for
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A couple of things sometimes get overlooked such as deck width, type of engine, and whether or not the weight of a ROPS is accounted for.
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:17 AM
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just sayin i would get it over a dixie chopper anyday
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