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Old 05-27-2013, 09:30 PM
zspeed130 zspeed130 is offline
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Thinking of adding a fastrak or big dog or something to my fleet?

Currently running a 60 in dixie , a few very large properties totaling 20-30 acres a week. The rest are resi's from small neighborhood to 1 acre lots. I am use to the dixie size and cut but on many lawns I have to double cut to get a good cut. Thinking a hustler fastrak or a big dog that another guy will be running. This will make the big lawns go faster but also the larger properties. It will take a bit of a beating but not be abused IMO. Thinking a 48-52 big dog or fasttrak? I want low maintnence and reliability. Dont want a walk behind (have a gravely pro 50 for the few areas I need to walk. I want a good cut and nimble machine for my smaller lawns and to help on the bigger lawns and mulching leaves in the fall. Any advice?


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Old 05-27-2013, 10:19 PM
Jimslawncareservice Jimslawncareservice is offline
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how about a stander. I went with 2 this spring, and my productivity will sore once we get past all this rain. Just a thought.
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Old 05-27-2013, 10:44 PM
Brules Brules is offline
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Scag V-ride or the Gravely stander sound like they would be what you need......
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:34 AM
herler herler is offline
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Get another Dixie so you have two.
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