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Old 10-09-2004, 08:52 AM
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Another Exellent Product From Accelerator

Peter, thanks for getting my new extension for my bagger. Fits and looks great. I hope it works as good as the bagger itself. Can't wait to try it. Marc
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Old 10-10-2004, 07:49 PM
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Is that the 6.2 with extension? I want to see if it'l work on a 48"WB.
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Old 10-10-2004, 08:10 PM
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Is that the 6.2 with extension? I want to see if it'l work on a 48"WB.
Yes it is. That setup runs all the way back as far as the pistol grips. Marc
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Old 10-11-2004, 10:32 AM
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Have you used it yet? I just ordered the 6.2 it's costing me $419. I didn't order the extension tho. I'm curious to know how it is when full on a WB. Does it really put a lot of weight to one side, etc.
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Here is my new bagger on the Stander.....the pic also shows the new Quikchute....

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Old 10-11-2004, 03:31 PM
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Have you used it yet? I just ordered the 6.2 it's costing me $419. I didn't order the extension tho. I'm curious to know how it is when full on a WB. Does it really put a lot of weight to one side, etc.
That price sounds about right for the 6.2, and have had no weight issues by itself, but I have not used the extender yet. Just got it the other day, with the upcoming leaf season in mind. But I saw a picture of John Gamba using his on grass, so I might try it out later this week on the green stuff (to see if my mower will flip over or not) and let you how it turns out. Marc
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I like those standers. just no dealer near me. Even with Exmark I have to drive 30 minutes to go to a dealer. There is a Scag dealer 5 minutes away from me but I don't like Scag WB's.

I saw Johns set-up but thats on a ZTR so it should be able to handle the weight. I'm hoping if I get the extender and use it on wet leaves it won't be dragging on the ground. My 6.2 should be in this week.
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