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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by FFEMT, Jun 19, 2004.
let us know how much $$$ you make with it.
The 144Z sits on the bigger frame and comes with a 19hp kawaski twin....For $5899.00
Or you could get the 144Z with a manual lift deck, 17hp motor and NO Eye Que...for $4999.00
My 44z cost $4599.00
Has the 44inch deck and the 17hp motor.
And last the 34z comes in at $3999.00
Has a 34inch dech and a 15hp motor
So actually the stripped down 144z is not a bad deal..
I priced a identically equipped Exmark laser HP and it priced in at
I liked the smaller size of the 44z for what I will be cutting ...
44Z~$4300 34Z frame w/ 44" deck/17 ka
144Z~$4700 w/ manual deck and 17ka no donaldson air cleaner, not on Gravely's web site yet
144Z~$5600 hydro deck and 19 ka w/ donaldson air cleaner
i meant by trim edge on the left side how far does the deck stick out past the wheel
Please forgive me I'm still a noob..
Snapped a pic for ya....
Not a lot of trim edge I guess.....
It has plenty of offset for trim work in my opinion. I tried a demo machine on 13 lawns the week before last, and was pretty impressed. Fast, easy to handle, plenty of power, and nice cut. I am thinking of replacing my 42"/20hp, Walker with the 44Z.
its not bad it didnt look like any in the other pics how is the eye thing? fill me in on that please
eye-q is an overly complicated solution to a simple question "when is it time to change my oil and filters?" (basically). it is really neat, however i didn't get it on my 260Z when i bought mine. If i was running a 10 person crew i would get it, as it allows user-tracking to determine operator effeciency and other neat stattistics. However for a small operation its overkill.
other companys should make that like scag and grasshopper
So how do you like it so far? I am looking into one.