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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by bob, Nov 19, 2003.
BH FRANKENSCAG Where are u hears your chance at a ztr
That bloke must have alot of spare time on his hands.
He did a good job I think.
Hehehe... obviously a homeowner machine. Snapper deck not the best, dixon drive system far from best and Briggs engine not the best either all of this stuff is just fine for homeowners but not commercial use.
LOL, looks like a log splitter with a seat!
Can't you just see backing down a hill with those caster wheels going first, Does kinda look like a log splitter with a seat. Marks Mowing Servce
I bet it steers like a shopping cart with one rusty front wheel
I am impressed with the number of bids he has gotten so far!!
Now don't you wonder way the cutting deck isn't bolted on? Could it be that it won't fit (bolt on) correctly.
Those caster wheels look like they'd dig right in and start trenching.
It'd be really colorful wouldn't it.
Where do you see a Dixon drive systemat? I have owned all 3. The first one which was cones, chains and sprockets, the next which was hydro drive and the one they make on thier biggest mowers now which is the same type Hydros used on Scags and other brands. That drive system pictured dont look anything like any of them.