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Old 07-14-2009, 11:13 AM
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Old 07-14-2009, 11:24 AM
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sweet styff, I thought the crapsman wbs were red though
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Old 07-14-2009, 11:48 AM
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sweet styff, I thought the crapsman wbs were red though
Yea, u make a good point, but it is like 7 years old...
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Old 07-14-2009, 12:44 PM
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Yea, u make a good point, but it is like 7 years old...
oh, ok. I thought crapsman started making wbs in 2006
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Old 07-14-2009, 12:50 PM
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That is a sweet setup yall have there, very good. Those ag tires on that Z, how well do they do turns? Do they rip up the grass? I was thinking of them for a pair for my 60 Z. I have turf tires, and if you don't do that turn just right there goes a clump of the grass.

That JD, what size engine does it have?
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:00 PM
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oh, ok. I thought crapsman started making wbs in 2006
I dont think so, when i get a chance, ill look it up and see what year it is but it is atleast 5 years old....
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:07 PM
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That is a sweet setup yall have there, very good. Those ag tires on that Z, how well do they do turns? Do they rip up the grass? I was thinking of them for a pair for my 60 Z. I have turf tires, and if you don't do that turn just right there goes a clump of the grass.

That JD, what size engine does it have?
Um, the tires are a pain in the A$$, you have to be very careful... I tear grass up all of the time, it drives me nuts... Where i live it is F.....L.....A......T.... FLAT! the only reason we have them is we bought the mower down in Kentucky or Tenesee, where its HILLY, (the dude we got it from had some balls, i swear, he was on steep hills...

I am gonna run out to my garage right now, i want to say 25 Hp, but give me a few min...


\ <-----Thats what the hills were like... LOL

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Old 07-14-2009, 01:20 PM
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Ok, i just looked, but with out tearing it apart i cant tell... I googled it, and found a few diffrent engine sizes....

Twin cylinder air-cooled 19.9 horsepower Kohler KQ532 with oil filter.
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20 h.p. onan twin
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:28 PM
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Ok, i just looked, but with out tearing it apart i cant tell... I googled it, and found a few diffrent engine sizes....

Twin cylinder air-cooled 19.9 horsepower Kohler KQ532 with oil filter.
or
20 h.p. onan twin
I heard things about using ag tires against turf because of ripping grass. I think there was a thread on here about it, but I never really got a clear answer. I wish everywhere I mowed was flat, I would buy a pair of slicks lol.

I have an 855 deere small compact tractor 20 years old. It has the yanmar 3 cyl diesel. I know those small garden tractors had diesels on some of them, I think they were the 55 series, like 455 I think. I didn't see the emblem on your front grill to say "diesel" so I was assuming it was a gas.

That mower will last, everything back then was built 100 percent better than now, the stuff they put out now is nuthing but shi*. You got one hell of a mower.
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Old 07-14-2009, 01:36 PM
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I heard things about using ag tires against turf because of ripping grass. I think there was a thread on here about it, but I never really got a clear answer. I wish everywhere I mowed was flat, I would buy a pair of slicks lol.

I have an 855 deere small compact tractor 20 years old. It has the yanmar 3 cyl diesel. I know those small garden tractors had diesels on some of them, I think they were the 55 series, like 455 I think. I didn't see the emblem on your front grill to say "diesel" so I was assuming it was a gas.

That mower will last, everything back then was built 100 percent better than now, the stuff they put out now is nuthing but shi*. You got one hell of a mower.
Thanks, the only hill we mow is at our moms house, and it is because we have a pond...
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