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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by davis45, Mar 30, 2009.
Would like to get a longer trailer to fit all three mowers on. Who knows, maybe one day.
Do you ever run the 60" and 72" on the same day? Stripes are very nice!
I really like those Hustlers. Which is your favorite and which one is most often used?
Yea. The 72" is for cemetery's only due to the rear discharge. I will use it in the stone areas and have someone on the 60" doing open areas. Thanks
The 60" is the one used most often and the favorite. I love the resi fastrack on the smaller lawns, leaves a great cut, but I've had that about a year and a half and it only has 150 hours I think.
Would like to sell the 60 and 48 if anyone is interested. Check out the Classifieds, looking to get a 52" with bagger.
Ah, had the studs break off on the rear wheel of the 72" today. Now I still have 10 acres of cemeteries to do with the 60".
Customer insisted on red mulch, about 2 yards, I have never used red before, the supply yard doesnt even sell any! So I had to go to flippin Home Depot and get it in BAGS! Oh well, I told them it would increase the cost. I just dont understand why people think it looks better than your regular hardwood mulch.
I love the looks of red mulch myself. Put down 52 cubic ft of it yesterday.
It looks cheap and amateur. Only place I have ever seen where it looks good is on southern style homes down in Texas, Louisiana and such.