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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Eazysgirl, Dec 10, 2003.
Does Anyone have any Info on Billy Goat Walk Behinds?
well, no, but your name got my attention, and i just wanted to say hi.
We have one where I work. A walk behind brush cutter. Pretty durable, has a 11hp Honda pullstart. The throttle cables and blade clutch cables leave a little to be desired. The front skids wear fast, although we operate in a lot of sand so you may have a longer life span on them than we did. Belts and cables are the only items replaced so far.
What bobby's trying to say is male or female
how do these handle hills.
have no idea, its pretty flat down here, but some of our guys have run em on the sides of ditches without too much trouble. They have power and grab and go they say. Sorry I cant be more help on the hills.. I dont drive em. I just get to pick up all the pieces and put it back together!
Thanks Guys, I'll just have to see for myself .
Which model of Billy Goat are you looking at?
I own a billy goat brush cutter the first 10 min is fun. they do make a good looking 24in walkbehind. The cost is 1200 no sulky
It's the Countor Self Propelled High Wheel Mower 24', 6.5 HP. All of our lawns are very small. What we call Villas. Picked it up for 800.00. Didn't think that was bad . plus needed a mower .Had a 50' Graverly.Way to Big for what we do.