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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by chuacro, Jun 7, 2009.
How do you look at and possible buy one of these mowers? I live in Memphis,TN
Thanks for your help
Go to a dealer that sells them?...
No dealer support..... why would you want to buy one other than to help out the Chinese economy?
Believe it or not I have a couple of accounts that i could use a 28" mower on. Some people just never think ahead when they install small gates.
You can Google "worldlawn WY2811HD" and get a whole bunch of places to buy them.
thank you very much.
I try to buy "made in the USA" products as much as possible.
Because no one else makes a 28" timed blade duel belt drive machine with that also specs a large enough engine to mulch.
I guess it's not OK to buy a Chinese mower but it is OK to buy a Crapsman made in Mexico who has a Government that allows, even encourages their masses to illegally enter the U.S. and steal all the trade jobs by working for wages that put you below the poverty line. Good call!
LMAO id rather have that then the chinese communist goverment which kills their citizens over political protests. and which manipulate their currency
My point is ....neither is preferred, but buy the best product to meet your needs.
Actually there are a pretty significant amount of those in our market and the local dealer services them. A couple big companies that do residential are using them. They go two years and throw them away.
I made an inquiry last Winter, and was directed to a local dealer that handle Exmark (I bought my machine from this dealer many years ago and keep in touch). As soon as I asked about this mower, his response was quick and decisive, "... you don't want anything to do with that machine for your use." His message was loud and clear that it was a less-than-acceptable quality machine for commercial use. End of story for me.