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Old 05-01-2005, 10:53 AM
JFCizek II JFCizek II is offline
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Exmark Questions

Is anyone out there using a Exmark LazerZ CT model ??? I am looking at one to ad onto my mowing jobs. I already have a Kubota ZD 21 , and looking for a smaller ZT for my daughter to run . Any info would be helpful I know a number of people that use Exmark but no one seams to know about this CT model. I would like to get one with a 48'' deck. I would like to stay away from the homeowner grade ZT, I looked at CubCadet and was not impressed at all . I know that I want 2 hydro pumps and 2 hydro motors, any other brands that I should look at in the $ 5000 range . Thank you
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Old 05-01-2005, 11:14 AM
Tvov Tvov is offline
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Is this in the right forum? Try posting this in commercial mowing?
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Old 05-01-2005, 12:42 PM
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beransfixitinc beransfixitinc is offline
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Honestly, if you are planning to use it in a serious business, you should probably look more at the HP than the CT. The CT, while still a commercial grade piece of equipment, would be better suited to 5 acres or less on a single estate. The HP is still the same form factor as the CT but with beefed up features.
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