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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by recycledsole, Oct 13, 2012.
You might want to check the definition of never.
Sorry, I don't get it. I said they don't and that I don't think they did. But none of this has anything to do with Bob-Cat walk behind mowers, does it? If you guys wanna bust my effin stones over something like this I can just stop replying and helping people. Is that what you want?
My ignore list just grew.......good day...unsubcribed
Yeah, it's easier then dealing with these children.
Some people can dish it but can't take it....
sure looks that way mods will close this one fast
The original question from someone who has owned several Classic Bobcat mowers! Yes they are good commercial machines! Bulletproof and parts are readily available..
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Dang i been looking around and those things are priced really reasonable.. Almost to good to be true.. They also offer a 36 hydro with Z controls but could'nt find a price on that..
I have a Bobcat 48" from the mid 90's with a kawi fb460v on it that I still use..And I must say they are darn good mowers..people dont realise it but in the early days they were copied off of alot..the only problem I have with mine is the power.. but were talking about a 90's machine when they all came with 12hp engines..A 36 with a 16hp kawi will tear $hit up..It stripes great with no kit, cuts great,super simple - like a walkbehind it sopposed to be. parts are cheep..If you dont mind pistol grips..(Bobcat has always been the easiest pistols IMO) you really cant go wrong, and the price is, well you cant beat it