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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Honey Do Property Mgmt., Jun 17, 2008.
740 hours, 22 horse is this a good deal
Is the engine a Kohler or Kaw.? If I remember correctly(and I may be wrong) the 22 Kohler had some issues. Also the 22 is a little underpowered for that size mower. If the mower has been taken care of that is good price but I'm affraid you may be unhappy with the engine power.
Thanks for the input and ive had a few others tell me the same as well. Will the mower bog out
The mower will definately bog down in long grass. I've got a 22hp engine on my 52" and wouldn't go any smaller.
i think that model is a homeower ?? i have 2 60in exmark lazers, one has a 25 kohler w/horizantal shaft, the other has a 27 kohler w/ a horizantal shaft and the ultra vac 3 bag bagger, honestly the price sound a little to good to be true, but im not sure, if it is the homeowner verison, the price might be right, but im not sure
i dont think this is a homeowner version this thing is a monster, its huge. Could i be mistaken about the engine size?
they didn't build a 60" with a 22 hp
Sounds like a good deal to me.
just sounds a little to cheap to me with that amount of hours, i know someone who just sold a 60 in lazer with the 23 hp liquid cooled kawi for 3,500, and it had 2,500 hours, but if it is a homeowner version, or a lazer ct, it might be right, but i really don't know, the best way to find a fair price, is to t ake it to an exmark dealer, and have em checknit out