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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by A.J.'s Lawn Service, May 22, 2002.
which is better 1 or 2 wheeled sulky
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I've got a one wheeled velke brand sulkey on my John Deere 36" walkbehind, it works great, goes over ruts and bump really well!
Jim- Rosemark Lawn Servicing
I like the two wheeled sulkys because usually the wheels line up with the drive wheels of the walk-behinds, leaving fewer wheel marks.
Two wheeled velkes are much better I own both and would never purchase another single wheel.
The two wheel leaves less ruts because your weight is divided between two points of contact rather than 1
Also the wheels follow the footpath of the mower leaving a nice stripe, comparable to a lazer.
And much more foot room for the rider which doesn't seem like abig deal until you go from a 2 to a 1 its very constricting
I use a one wheel and it works great, but if I had it too do over I would probaly buy a two wheel just for the pita factor of when you have to add air or grease the thing.
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND GET A AIR RIDER SULKY OR A ROCKET WHEELS FROM TRIMMER TRAP(DUAL CASTERS). ONE WHEELERS GET KINDA RICKITY AFTER A WHILE
I vote for the two wheel but if your looking to buy check out the new one from toro.