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Old 04-09-2009, 11:22 PM
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Nice, after seeing everyones standers, i really want to get one! But, i love my exmark and don't really need a second mower. I use my 21''s more often anyway.
Yeah thats why I wanted one lol. I use my 21's a decent amount too. each mower has its place.
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Looks great! Looks like your trailer fits nicely.
yeap everythig fits alright the 36 and 21 next to each other are a bit of a squeeze though
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Old 04-09-2009, 11:31 PM
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Yeah thats why I wanted one lol. I use my 21's a decent amount too. each mower has its place.
Last year was the first year I got one of my push mowers out in 2 years. I don't ever have the need for one, but when my trimmer broke, I had to break it out.
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Old 04-09-2009, 11:44 PM
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Last year was the first year I got one of my push mowers out in 2 years. I don't ever have the need for one, but when my trimmer broke, I had to break it out.
I use my hondas alot, for people who want their lawns bagged and for cleanups leaves high grass ect. they are great mowers
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Old 04-13-2009, 11:11 PM
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Lawn from today, cut with the stander. I cut a couple others as well.
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Bobcat CT225 tractor-loader
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Quick 36”
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Old 04-13-2009, 11:14 PM
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Looks good . Lines are getting better !!
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Old 04-13-2009, 11:22 PM
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Yeah I agree, lines are getting alot better. I'm still getting used to my Gravely and I've mowed like 40 hours with it lol
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Old 04-14-2009, 10:00 AM
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you need to work on your stripes man, and just unplug the hour meter until you mow 50+hrs with it and then plug it back on....
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Old 04-14-2009, 02:56 PM
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yeah thats a 5x10, right now a 6x12 would be perfect I am not sure what I will get next year we will see when the time comes
I'd recommend a 7x14 dual axle. If you already have a 5x10 single axle, why only step up a few feet unless you have storage restrictions for your trailer.
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Old 04-14-2009, 02:58 PM
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I'd recommend a 7x14 dual axle. If you already have a 5x10 single axle, why only step up a few feet unless you have storage restrictions for your trailer.
agreed, since you already have the 5x10 open and 5x8? dump I'd go with a 7x14 or 8x16 tandem axle which give you plenty to grow....seems to only go 2' longer.
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Old 04-14-2009, 09:15 PM
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Looks good . Lines are getting better !!
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Yeah I agree, lines are getting alot better. I'm still getting used to my Gravely and I've mowed like 40 hours with it lol
Little bit, this account they weren't bad, but when there is a longer path they are a bit crooked. Ill get better with time
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you need to work on your stripes man, and just unplug the hour meter until you mow 50+hrs with it and then plug it back on....
Yeah I know I will get better though, my quick was easy to get used to the wright takes a bit more time. I didn't know you could unplug the hour meter, I might have to do that
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I'd recommend a 7x14 dual axle. If you already have a 5x10 single axle, why only step up a few feet unless you have storage restrictions for your trailer.
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agreed, since you already have the 5x10 open and 5x8? dump I'd go with a 7x14 or 8x16 tandem axle which give you plenty to grow....seems to only go 2' longer.
Yeah like I said in the quote A 6x12(thats the biggest I could probably go now because of storage) is what I could use now, but next year it might be different. If I decide to add a walker or ztr in 2yrs I might wan a 7x 14 or 7x16. But I will see what the future holds
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