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Old 10-25-2013, 06:29 AM
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Originally Posted by michiganmower10 View Post
seems like you do good work man, nice equipment, only feedback ive heard on the 30s is that there poor in wet conditions, i guess youll have to find out with the houses you do how it handles it, granite it sucks mowing wet any way you look at it but with full routes you gotta start sometime during the day, keep it up man.
Thanks man. I did notice in thick wet stuff the 30 gets a bit sloppy but my scag and every other mower i have do the same thing so its not a big deal. Overall its a time saver
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