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Old 08-20-2011, 12:33 AM
cutsmartboys94 cutsmartboys94 is offline
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Im in the same situation richdrod is. I got about 15 Residential clients and im looking to upgrade from my 21 inch walk behind. A guy on my street is selling a arien zero turn. I'm not sure what model it is, but its a 2005, 20 hp, with a 48 inch deck, and it has about 250 hours on it. Im wondering if that is a good deal for $1200
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Old 08-20-2011, 05:23 PM
GravelyWoman GravelyWoman is offline
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I just started out this year "officially" licensed and insured! I started with a 48 inch Gravely HD ZT, commercial version. The cost was right around 4800.00 including a mulching kit.
I am part time. I have loved this mower! I had a mulching kit installed and currently have 90 hours on it since April of this year. I am currently experimenting with blades to see which gives me a better cut....so far high lift have been the way to go! I have about 20 accounts and ten require weekly mowings!

Good luck!
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