Has anyone ever have a customer tell you not to use a rider on their lawn in hot dry conditions because it will suck up the grass by the roots out of the soil? and to use a push mower instead because the blades turn slower? I did a couple of years ago. I was using a cub cadet lt1050 ( please no lectures on my stuff) the homeowner came out and told me that by using the tractor the blades turn fast enough to "suck up the grass" and to use the 21" push mower. Last year I told them in their spring letter that i would be charging another $10 if required to push it rather than ride. I lost them , but they were PITA's over all, so i really didn"t care except that I lost a customer. What are your thoughts??