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Old 07-22-2015, 09:49 PM
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Digging this weather, easy cutting these days.
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Isn't that the truth!!! I had forgotten how quickly I could cut some properties. The last two days -- great work days!
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Old 07-22-2015, 09:55 PM
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Say it ain't so. Heres to hoping for a burn out so BarnZEE and I can tip a few back.
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Old 07-23-2015, 09:23 AM
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Anybody have experience with snapper PRO? I'm thinking about buying a S50 48" Z with the iCD Deck. Good, bad, ugly? $5k Good price?

Need a faster mower but need something very compact
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Old 07-23-2015, 10:12 AM
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Anybody have experience with snapper PRO? I'm thinking about buying a S50 48" Z with the iCD Deck. Good, bad, ugly? $5k Good price?


Need a faster mower but need something very compact
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Love my snappers but I'd never by a z in less than a 52. You'd be better off getting a 48 snapper walk behind. The newer snappers are a lot better than even the 2008ish models
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Old 07-25-2015, 09:45 PM
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Finally got a good helper! I also agree this weeks weather was PERFECT! The little rain we did get yielded a few damp morning cuts but nothing like we've had. A few bone dry ones by end of week but they are ones that always dry out quickly. I'll take a few more hits of rain to keep us going, it has made all our lawns like our irrigated ones. This year will be extremely rough but profitable!
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Old 07-25-2015, 10:58 PM
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Anybody have experience with snapper PRO? I'm thinking about buying a S50 48" Z with the iCD Deck. Good, bad, ugly? $5k Good price?

Need a faster mower but need something very compact
Yup... If your going to get a Z... Needs to be at least a 52". I'm looking at buying the new 61" snapper Z. I have a snapper 52" Z looking to sell. Used right now as a back up. Low hrs... Probably going to sell for 4500
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Old 07-27-2015, 02:33 PM
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Seems as though the grass got used to being naturally watered daily and now after 2 or 3 days without, it's getting dry. Several have that "burn" along the street from the pavement getting hot.
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Seems as though the grass got used to being naturally watered daily and now after 2 or 3 days without, it's getting dry. Several have that "burn" along the street from the pavement getting hot.
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Yeah I can't believe how quickly it dried out. Most of my yards this week I've been taking off minimal growth.
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Ive noticed that too oak. My lawn just started that too.
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Any of yins guys cover the north huntingdon area?
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