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Discussion in 'Wright Manufacturing, Inc. (Archived)' started by Jimslawncareservice, Jan 6, 2009.
has anyone attempted to put a clam shell type bagger on a stander?
Do you mean something like Exmark's QDS (dump from the seat rear bagger for a Z)? Some one used to make a bagger which mounted like these:
but with a peco-style aluminum dump like:
only the top and bottom were parallel instead of wedge-shaped, and the impeller was spindle-driven.
Someone sold a 52" Stander with one mounted on it on ebay last fall--I don't remember who made it.
They look like they would ruin the handling of a Stander, however.
like the pro 12. It would be so handy while doing spring clean ups with the jrco and in the fall with leaves. I was so busy drooling over the standers at the mn green convention i forgot to ask my wright rep.
I think that this is what you are looking for (see the following thread, picture originally posted by Mr. Velke: http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=247316&highlight=stander+leaves):
I thought that this (from later in the thread) was a neat setup for leaves (maybe you could make a dump version--I think the handling might be a bit more balanced, although maneuvering may be harder):
#1 would work for leaves but not with a jrco. I have a cyclone rake they ar e a bit long. bagging is the only thing keeping me from getting a stander.
Who ever has that 52 inch Stander - with the Cyclone Rake - can you please call me ASAP. I have a 52 inch Stander and would like to know if your ar happy with this set up. Does the attachment from cyclone work well on the outlet or did you have to modify it. Also do yu havepics of how you attached it to the back of the Stander.
I live in Louisville, KY 502 599-1777