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Old 05-07-2011, 11:24 PM
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Navigator Vs FastCat

I have two mowers I am looking at. One is a used Exmark Navigator with 210 hours on it for $5200 the other is a Bobcat FastCat pro which I believe will run me about $6200 I have to double check with my dealer.

Just wondering what you guys think...Is it worth an extra 1K to buy brand new and have to buy a bagging system also? Or is an almost new Exmark Navigator a good deal.

I do not want to bag all of my properties but I can leave the deck on partial collection in the spring and summer than full bag in the fall for leaf season...Decisions Decisions
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Two completely different machines. Go with the Bobcat. Way more versatile.
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I got a fastcat pro 61, I love it cuts great
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Old 05-08-2011, 08:45 AM
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Two completely different machines. Go with the Bobcat. Way more versatile.
I realize they are completely different I am just considering the fact that the awesome bagging capability of the navigator might be a good asset in the fall for leaf season.
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