Originally Posted by joemower
Not trying to start a debate here nor try to talk someone into buying something they don't want. Just wanted to throw out a little FYI to the "mid mount" lovers. Walker has come a long way from their old days of just doing the best job of bagging a lawn slowly. If you haven't tried a Walker Super Bee yet you may be missing out. I've used my share of mid mounts in my 26 year career and none of them have been able to handle hills, cut under obstacles, or maneuver as nicely as a Super Bee. Sure I've seen mid mounts go faster and tear grass but the Super Bee is pretty fast too. The mile or two per hr. that it's lacking is more than made up by it's maneuverability and it's out front mow design. It's rear discharge/mulching combo deck is pretty slick too. I own two of them now and have been extremely impressed with them. It doesn't cost anything to demo one...
To back up what your saying I have heard that the super b is a superb (no pun intended
) mower. As for the other walkers with the ghs there a great mower. I like the controls better than a midmount and I like the menuverabilty better to. They deffinatly have there place. I just wish I owned one!
As for the navigator from what I have seen they dont cut as well (stripe wise) but it seems to handle the same ( I demoed one just didtn cut with it)