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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by Armsden&Son, Jan 18, 2014.
Bump for Johnny!
how are most of you walker people hauling the grass clippings. I
love my walkers but I am looking for a better way to deal with clipping.
F450 withn12 foot dump. Or we dump on site it about a 75/25 split.
Do you pull a trailer with it or do you carry walkers with another truck and trailer
Same here 60/40 split for haul away and dump on site.
Jeff, one truck trailer combo unless we are doing leaves, then one truck trailer and debris on another truck.
are you backing up the trailer into the truck and dumping or do you have a high dump walker
and are you unhooking trailer to dump truck
I have posted before about walker but since this is just for walkers I thought I would check it out. I'm looking to buy a walker to this year I currently have a gravely 48" but looking for a walker on my nicer yards and for leaf cleanup. I don't have a lot of money to spend and I'm wanting to pay cash and not buy new for now. I have a buddy that has a 1996 with the 16hp motor. I have heard if it's the single cylinder it's ok but stay away from the twin cylinder. With the clientele I have now I won't be putting more than about 100-125 a year and that's high. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I'd go with the 20hp Kohler, it should be perfect for what you need it for, the 16 just seemed gutless when I tried one JMHO.
thanks for photo I have been thinking about getting a Isuzu npr but cant pull the trigger. Not real sure it will be enough room