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Old 04-17-2014, 08:59 AM
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I've told the story before, but we had a BX2360 w/54" MMM, 42" brush hog, FEL, etc... Kept it for a year, it was a great little machine, but not quite enough. Moved up to a B2920 last year w/60" MMM, 48" brush hog, FEL, etc... it's much, much more.

the size of the B isn't that much larger, length is about the same, but the tire size is the biggest difference. The BX always felt a little "tippy" especially with the FEL. We had the tires filled too. The B feels solid as a rock. We do a LOT of hillside work and work on slopes and the extra weight in the tires helps out tremendously. The B also doubles for mowing duty on some of our larger sites. Side by side the 60" deck offers as good a quality cut as our Lazer Zs.

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