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Old 07-01-2002, 10:01 PM
dogdad4 dogdad4 is offline
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Smaller Z 's ?

I have a 300 pro wb that has been great for 5 years. I am in the market for a new Z and have looked at different makes. I ended up buying the new Hustler Z and was happy with it......until the paint started to lift off the deck. The factory bought it back. The reason i did not get a new gravely is that you guys make your machines way to big. Also , I don't see to much need to have hydrolic lifting decks. I move my deck in one of two positions and rarely change from those. You could be simpler and have lower prices. all the competitors seem to have smaller ,shorter units that fit better on trailers. If you guys made such machines , i would definetly consider a new Gravely. Any news of smaller Z's in the future?
Old 07-02-2002, 10:24 AM
The Gladiator The Gladiator is offline
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Smaller Z

Yes, We will be introducing several new models this fall. They will be shorter, have 44" & larger decks, engine hp from 19 ~ 23hp and very attractive pricing. We will have them at the Green Show later this year.

Dan Kilgas
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