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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by doubleedge, Apr 12, 2008.
What are the best push mowers for bagging? I ask because I plan to buy 2 instead of a zero turn.
Snapper pro Hi vacs are awsome for bagging. I love mine.
I have 2 Snappers and they're really good and the drive system is simple. Tony
However, my buddy Richard showed me his new Toro personal pace today and it's pretty good too.
I have 2 of the homeowner personal pace, but they clog too much when going through wet or thick grass. Ill check out the snappers.
how big a cut on your snapper push mower and how much hp?
Hands down Toro proline dont waste your time on anything else I have owne or used them.
Exmark metro is a close second then who cares from there.
I Have an old 1988 toro proline commercial 2-stroke I believe 6.5hp. This mower still bags very well and still very sturdy. I paid $850 for the mower new and would buy another one if they were still made with the same motor. I have only changed spark plugs, blades and have rebuilt the carburetor once. I'm not sure what motor they have on them now.
Honda's are great baggers. I have the HRX's and they are nice, but if you are doing alot of lawns get the HRC
True Cut high vac!
Any more opinions? Looks pretty mixed atm.