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Old 06-02-2006, 12:30 PM
chimmygew chimmygew is offline
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My point is that you shouldn't comment on something you have NO experience with. They are new to my area and I demo'ed one. Really smooth cut, easy to handle. Wish it had just a little lower profile as far as the seat goes. I liked the fact that everything folds open for easy access of maintenance. I like the deck lift better on my Scag over the electric lift on the BadBoy. There is a guy here that uses them on cemeteries and swears by them. He switched over to them after using Dixie Choppers for several years.
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