Originally Posted by ed2hess
In my mind it doesn't compare to the regular commericial mowers that Scag build but ....it is a cheap model. For example the belts that drive the wheels are half the size as regular Scag belts....that will be a problem when they get wet. The Briggs is loud... The gearing is too high good for sulky not good for walking. First gear too slow and second to fast. This is a cheap lightweight unit much like the green machines or the low end single hydro Ferris. We considered it but passed for the new Snapper Pro 36" dual hydro but it was almost $4K. So ...if you are looking for cheap well it is there.
Exactly what I was thinking. I'll stick with the regular belt drive. It i a shame that they don't make a floating dec on the other belt drives. You think they would get the idea instead of building a seperate new mower that is lower in quality. These companies....What are they thinking!!