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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by John Gamba, Nov 7, 2004.
What do you think?????????
I think that is a walker painted red and gray with Exmark written on it.
If it looks like a Walker....smells like a Walker....does the same thing as a Walker....why not just get the Walker?....Ive had 2 and been very happy with them!
Where did you get that slick?
Looks interesting...........As always, would like to run a demo with it.
I had a chance to demo one about 2 weeks ago at a show my local Exmark dealer does each year here in High Point. It was actually raining and we cut grass to 3" that was about 5" tall. It did a good job of bagging, never clogged up and had decent ground speed. Felt a little differant than the walker, not really better or worse just differant. If you need a dedicated bagging machine, check this out.
Even though I am a die hard Walker owner and fan I would demo one and then wait and see what others are thinking of them.
I can make out a 27 Kohler but what is the other engine option? I would never go back to a carburated Kohler after owning the 26EFI.
What else can the thing do? Does it have attatchments or not?
It looks interesting.
18500 BTS,7MPH,Easy to work on. They say the cut is better and you can get more in the hopper.
Here maybe this will help.OH it does have a 5"--11" Blower.
There was one of thoose at the GIE friday but I didnt pay much attention to it, I thought maybe they had made it all along ( not a big Xmark fan) I was looking at the 32- 36 inch hydro walk behinds mainly and I will say that the Exmark seem to be a good machine
This is me before the beer bloated belly as Mower-Babe Put It. LOLOL