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Old 03-17-2003, 07:06 PM
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New Push Mower for mulching: Toro or John Deere?

My township just banned bagging grass. I do not wish to maintain a compost pile so I am in search of a superior mulching self powered push mower. I have had a Honda Harmony for five years. I mulched half of the first season and had to switch to bagging because the Honda seemed under-powered. I am in search of the best mulcher. I am torn between the Toro Super Recycler and the John Deere JS63C. I have heard rave reviews on the Toro but cannot find any unbiased input on the JD. Which is the better mower? Toro Super Recycler or the John Deere JS63C?

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Old 03-17-2003, 07:33 PM
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I did extensive research on this and have owned a super recycler for over 10 years. My father just purchased the super recycler 20038 with the B &S 6.75 engine. I can say after seeing a neighbor with a JD mower that the 10 year old super recycler does a much better job mulching and performing an even cut. I suspect that the newer version (20038) will even perform better.

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Old 03-17-2003, 08:14 PM
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I have that jd,it's about 9mos old.bad points-castor wheels cheap built,replced them once.trans wont stay in second.good points-plenty of power(6.75)mulches great,3rd gear mows fast.I like it,but will try something different next time.I borrowed toro personal pace from hd while jd was getting new castors, I hated it,1wheel drive,spun all the time,didn't like personal pace,alot more effort than jd.
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