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Old 03-03-2002, 12:48 AM
shawns mowing shawns mowing is offline
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Gravley ZTR 250 Thanking About Buying

I Just Wondered If Any One Use's Or Has Any Info On Gravley ZTR Mowers? I Can Buy A Gravley 250 ZTR 50 inch Deck 20 HP Inteck Briggs-Staton 12 Hours On Unit For $5500,00. I Never Owned a Gravley. Are They Dependable?
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Old 03-03-2002, 01:03 AM
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Shawns mowing

Shawn, others can correct me if im wrong but i think that model is a homeowner type mower
Id go with a commercial grade mower.Homeowner isnt desiged for the rigors a mower goes though when cutting commercially.
I believe you are talking about the zt250
The pm250z is a commercial grade machine and looks like a tough machine.
I will let guys who have gravely advise you on their merit as i have never owned one.
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Old 03-03-2002, 01:07 AM
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Sorry I Am Talking About The Commercial mower.
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Old 03-03-2002, 09:16 AM
Eng Mwr Guy Eng Mwr Guy is offline
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If it is ZT 2250 here are the quick spec's and list prices:

Note this is the same frame and drive system as the commercial grade machine. The deck is lighter duty. The seat is not a suspension seat.

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ZT 2250

Cut your lawn in half the time

Step up to the ZT 2250 - a zero-turn for homeowners who want that estate-style cut you can only get with professional equipment. The 2250 combines 22-horsepower engine with speeds up to 7-mph and a big 50-inch deck to get you off the lawn in no time. Pivot around trees and flowerbeds like a pro - the high-back seat, ergonomic wrap-around controls, and hydraulic deck lift make the ZT 2250 a cinch to operate.

Suggested Retail Prices:
#992041 22 HP Briggs & Stratton ELS Twin OHV w/50'' Deck $6,499

FEATURES ZT 2250
50" Deck standard
Side Discharge standard
Adjustable Height Rollers standard
Pivoting Front Axle standard
Hydraulic Deck Lift standard
Self-adjusting Belts standard
7 MPH standard
9 Gallon Capacity standard
Maintenance-Free Gravely® XL Spindles™ standard
Mulch optional
Bag optional
Rollover Protection System optional
Due to updated improvements, prices & specifications are subject to change without prior notification.
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Old 03-03-2002, 10:45 AM
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late in 01 whitleys in monroe nc, offered a full blooded commercial bobcat z w 52 cut for 6200.
65 seems a bit much for a mower designated homeowner .
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Old 03-03-2002, 01:41 PM
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Sorry, i got the impression it was homeowner because they list it in the residendtial section on the brosures that i have.
And the mower deck is not the air-flo deck
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Old 03-04-2002, 01:23 AM
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I have nothing but good things to say about Gravely wb's but save your time and money and keep looking for a different ZTR
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