33 in. Cub Cadet walk behind from Home Depot?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by carolinaborn82, Apr 15, 2008.

  1. carolinaborn82

    carolinaborn82 LawnSite Member
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    I am wanting to upgrade my push mower to a self propelled walk behind. I am hearing good things about cub cadet equipment so I am wanting to know if the 33 inch walk behind from home depot would be a good purchase. It is priced at $1200. I know it is not commercial so would I be making a mistake, or is it something I should look more into?
  2. lawnwizards

    lawnwizards LawnSite Silver Member
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    it all depends on what you will be cutting. under 10 small yards and you should be o.k. over that and you should look at something more sturdy.
  3. A-Land

    A-Land LawnSite Senior Member
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    I think there is a sears craftsman model as well, in fact I think there is a hydrostatic version........... For light use, it would be fine. Anything more than a few yards and just take that money and invest in used commercial equipment... You can get a really nice machine for cheap if its used. You might want to look at Better as well.... for around $2000 you would have a very well built machine....
  4. WHIPPLE5.7

    WHIPPLE5.7 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I myself wouldn't touch a briggs motor unit and that machine is pretty light for real mowing but if you can make a couple grand before burns up more power to ya.
  5. stick30

    stick30 LawnSite Member
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    Thats where I started looking at.

    But I found the Simplicity Pacer that you can get for $700-$800 more and get hydro, adjustable deck, electric start, floating deck and from what some say one heck of a stripe.

    I was going to drop 3k+ on a Ferris Hydro or a Snapper Pro SW20 but feel this is a great value at that price.

    They are all owned by B&S and look and have very similar features.

    Note: the Snapper Pro is a dual hydro and very attractive at $3699 list.

    With the 12 months same as cash option I am struggling which one to buy.

    Good Luck.
  6. lawnwizards

    lawnwizards LawnSite Silver Member
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    simplicity uses alot of the commercial ferris parts in their machines. talk to your dealer and they can tell you more about them. goodluck.

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