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Old 02-10-2013, 07:26 PM
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I use a bullrider and have been pretty happy with it. Im a husky guy and you gotta know when to step off of it for a min. You will get used being fluid with your movement cause it can take a bit to make the wheels swivel from a dead stop.

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Can I use the Selbro 2 wheel caster type sulky on a non Hydro mower. I have a Gravely Pro-Walk 36G 16hp.
My weight in 150-160lb.

If not what is the best 2 wheeled sulky you recommend for this mower.

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Old 11-03-2014, 11:22 AM
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Can I use the Selbro 2 wheel caster type sulky on a non Hydro mower. I have a Gravely Pro-Walk 36G 16hp.
My weight in 150-160lb.

If not what is the best 2 wheeled sulky you recommend for this mower.

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Only problem with any Belt drive is you need to be able to pull it backwards sometimes. Not easy with a sulky attached
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Old 11-03-2014, 11:36 AM
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The mower has reverse assist but not sure if it will be enough you sometimes have to give it a pull backward to get it going.
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