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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CraigPLC, Sep 29, 2012.
this is what i like about this site thanks for the info maybe someone will listen
I've seen a few Cub Commi's in my area and they do leave a nice stripe and they look well built however that IS not enough for me to even start to dissect their line up and consider it for use. Why, simple there is too many other mowers out their are are just better for all the right reasons. I feel like their not in the game to be the best like Toro, Scag, Ferris, Walker, etc.... I dunno why i feel that way, more than likely its because i don't see allot of them and i know thats no reason to X them off the list .but if they were all that i would see more of them
I'm at the point now that if a mower doesn't have full suspension i wont even consider it. Thats how happy i am with Ferris. Cut, comfort, build quality, its that good.
Craig, i know your problems with Bad Boy. I can't believe you painted it yellow. Is that true or did you photo shop that chit?
I'm thinkin' PS. You noticed the color, now take a close look at the fruit in the decal on it. I'm pretty sure that BB doesn't put that decal on their machines
No just their customers after owning one!
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with those green wheels and the yellow metalwork, is that thing actually a limon? LOL
I am sure BB and the dealer you bought it from feel the same way about you as well Craig.
The Tank's are of a cobby design just like DC but people still like them.
the real cub cadets died several years ago.
I'm Sure They Do!!! But that's OK...
Here in Southeastern Michigan we have 21 independent dealers supporting Cub Cadet Commercial line of product - the most dealers of all the mower companies. Ferris 2, Gravely 10, Scag 5, eXmark 3, Hustler 5, Wright 2, John Deere 5, Dixie Chopper 6, Toro 6, Walker 1, etc.